The Burry Group, and its subsidiaries Norcon Marine Services and Burry’s Shipyard, are committed to delivering service in a method that ensures the safety of its resources, including clients, visitors, vessels, and other physical assets. In fulfilling this commitment to protect both people and property, The Burry Group has devised a comprehensive technical plan, which ensures vessel safety and reliability as well the ability to deliver the service requirements for its customers for the length of its existing and future contracts. The Burry Group’s technical plan consists of:

  • ISM Norcon Marine Services Certification #10097300



Norcon Marine Services operated under the requirements of the International Standard for the Safe Management and Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention (ISM) as stipulated by the International Maritime Organization.

  • ISO 9001:2008 Quality System Certification (No. 121704-2012-AQ-USA-RvA)


Norcon Marine Services and Burry’s Shipyard have implemented a quality management system that is certified to International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2008 requirements. This demonstrates the Burry Group’s ability to:

  • Consistently provide product that meets customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements, and
  • To enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system, including processes for continual improvement of the system and the assurance of conformity to customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.

Safety Management System (SMS) that is ISM compliant and contains:

  • Commitment from top management
  • A top tier policy manual
  • A procedures manual that documents what is done on board a ship, during normal operations and in emergency situations
  • Procedures for conducting both internal and external audits to ensure the ship is doing what is documented in the procedures manual
  • A Designated Person ashore to serve as the link between the ships and shore staff and to verify SMS implementation
  • A system for identifying where actual practices do not meet those that documented and for implementing associated corrective action
  • Regular management reviews
  • Safety Management Certificate


  • All vessels built and maintained to DNV-GL Classification
  • In-house engineering and Naval architect support/consultant
  • In-house monthly inspections by qualified Technicians (electrical, mechanical, structural)