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Friday, August 23, 2019

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RMT Concerned Over Offshore Wind Policy

said: “RMT is concerned that the offshore wind industry has already adopted a regressive business model based on subcontracting and deregulation. Costs cut on that basis are a completely false economy and inhibit job creation.“We need high employment and safety standards across the offshore energy sector, ensuring that UK law applies and is enforced for all current and future energy workers on the UK Continental Shelf. This would protect pay and conditions for workers across the offshore wind supply chain, from seafarers transporting infrastructure and expertise to the skilled women and men

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Simulation: Maritime Professional Training

ship and tug operators up to the VTS controllers.   The Market Today MPT cuts a wide wake in the industry focusing on five primary areas: passenger vessels, commercial deep-draft vessels, energy exploration and support vessels, tug and barge vessels, megayachts, and inland vessels. The offshore energy sector has suffered with the precipitous drop in oil prices but many of those mariners are looking at ways to improve their skill set to either compete for the remaining jobs, or move into other segments of the marine industry.    There are growth opportunities, as international regulations

Morandi to Head GustoMSC’s Houston Office

Dr. Alberto Morandi has been appointed to the position of General Manager of GustoMSC’s office in Houston. He will be responsible for running the office and will act as point of contact for GustoMSC’s U.S. clients. GustoMSC is a design and engineering firm serving the offshore energy sector, and its U.S. office represents the company’s design solutions, associated hardware and specialist consultancy and engineering services in the local markets of the U.S. and the Americas. With Dr. Morandi’s appointment, GustoMSC said it aims to further ensure close working relations

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First Wave of Seacat Services Apprentices Graduate

Press release - Offshore energy support vessel operator Seacat Services announced the graduation of the first group of young seafarers from its Maritime Apprenticeship program.   The graduates have taken the first step toward long-term careers in the offshore energy sector and will now discuss future career opportunities with Seacat Services.   The yearlong apprenticeship program, which was introduced last year and is set to continue with a fresh 2015/16 intake, seeks to address a skills shortage in U.K. offshore renewables and buck a trend that has seen overseas developers and contractors

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