Norwegian company DNV Denied conflicts of interest in the accident investigation of row 12 Metro’s, as the head of government pointed out, Claudia Sheinbaum,
“DNV confirms that the report was prepared without the involvement of any expert who may have a conflict of interest in this case. DNV used the methodology, the findings of our experts, and the root cause of the Mexico City Metro Line 12 incident. The analysis supports the findings of our report.
DNV was contracted by the Mexico City government to carry out expert opinion on the collapse of Line 12, although at the time, Sheinbaum had presented it as a company of high reputation in investigations of this nature, today the President have encountered. organization.
“DNV confirms that it has already submitted the third and final report root cause analysis (RCA), prepared by an international team of experts in accordance with the RCA methodology and in accordance with strict internal quality and review procedures”, indicates the DNV information.
The head of government alleged on 4 May that the Norwegian firm had a conflict of interest, after receiving a third report of expert opinion.
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“We allege that there is a conflict of interest. In the third report they do not follow the method they established and furthermore, a lawyer appears who participated in the trial against the President at the time. Andres Manuel Lopez ObradorSheinbaum said.
Similarly, DNV underlined that these factual complaints against its employee are false and explained that the counsel said, galindo alvaradoThe government of Mexico City has no authority over the documents distributed.
“Mr. Galindo Alvarado has been an employee of DNV since July 2019. He is not the DNV’s legal representative in Mexico. He has no authority, interference or decision-making power over the reports, nor has he at any time investigated the incident or determined the deliverables. Participated in writing.
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“All reports were prepared by a global team of DNV technical experts in Mexico, the United States, Germany and Spain,” concluded DNV.
DNV responds to GCDMX and denies conflict of interest