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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

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(Photo: Eric Haun)

IMCA Updates Guidance on Shipyard Safety

working area around the vessel. In the revised guidance we highlight a number of key hazards and list measures that could be taken to minimize risk.”Nick Hough (Photo: IMCA)The revised guidance also includes information on occupational health and worker fitness/health in shipyards including: waste management, toilet facilities, drinking water, food hygiene control, disease prevention and local control of malaria or other diseases with vectors such as mosquitoes, flies and rodents

Ronnie Garrick (Photo: TWMA)

TWMA Appoints Garrick as CEO, President

TWMA, provider of specialized Drilling Waste Management services, is expecting its growth strategy to accelerate, with a target turnover of £200 million ($263 million) and headcount to reach 1,500 following investment from Buckthorn Partners earlier this year.    To support the strategy implementation, Tony Branch will expand his current Director role within TWMA, taking over from Ronnie Garrick as CEO. Mr Garrick expands his remit as President of the Company, focusing and leading on three key growth development areas: merger and acquisitions activity; new geographic expansion; and

Aat Hoorn (Photo: Simwave)

Simwave Hires Hoorn

, big views as well as a full mission engine room environment.    Besides a Certificate of Competence Chief Engineer All Ships, Hoorn carries a professional Master’s degree in Education. Prior to joining Simwave Hoorn worked at various (managing) positions at a.o. Nedlloyd and AVR waste management center. Since 2000 Aat was senior lecturer and senior project manager at STC-Group; the educational and research institute for the shipping, transport, logistics and port industries in Rotterdam.  

Jim George (Photo: OEM Group)

George Joins OEM Group

oil and gas industry with a track record across a diverse portfolio of companies covering operators as well as global supply chain firms. His career includes 13 years at VetcoGray in various procurement roles culminating in category manager for the Eastern Hemisphere; eight years working in drilling waste management at Oil Tools Europe; two years at Kuehen + Nagel, the world’s third largest transportation and logistics firm; and most recently, as the UK supply chain manager at DOF Subsea

Debra DiCianna (Photo: Choice Ballast Solutions)

DiCianna Joins Choice Ballast Solutions

was the Senior Principal Environmental Engineer to the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) responsible for assessing performance and failures of Ballast Water Management Systems (BWMS), reviewing BWMS designs to ensure compliance with applicable environmental standards and regulations, and developing waste management solutions. DiCianna has Master of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh

Walter Robertson & Mike Munro (Photo: NorSea Group)

NorSea Group Appoints Executive Team

of consultancy with the company.  Prior to that, he had a 28 year career with the ASCO Group at Managing Director level.  From 1998 to 2006, as MD of Enviroco Ltd, he oversaw the establishment and running of the company which was set up as a joint venture to provide environmentally focused waste management solutions to the UK Oil and Gas industry. As Operations Director, Munro will be responsible for all operational activity at NorSea Group (UK)’s logistics bases at Aberdeen, Montrose, Peterhead and Scrabster harbours. He has a wealth of marine and logistics experience at senior level

HMS Global Maritime Welcomes Allen Naugle as Director  of Safety Quality and Environment

Allen Naugle Joins HMS Global Maritime

experience to the team, including 21 years serving as a United States Air Force Officer. Prior to his position with HMS Global Maritime, Allen was Director of Operations for TEAM Integrated Engineering, Inc., managing on-site environmental compliance, pollution prevention, hazardous materials/waste management, and environmental security support to multiple U.S. Air Force bases as well as management of several branches, staff and budgets. Allen retired as a Lt. Col. from the U.S. Air Force in 2007 where he was highly involved in implementation and sustainability of potable water and waste systems

Presentation at the 3rd Conference on Ship Recycling

3rd Conference on Ship Recycling Bring out Revealing Facts

issues set out in the Hong Kong Convention.  You can say ship recycling here is sustainable if it takes care of the environment protection and adhere to maintaining proper Inventory of Hazardous Material (IHM). The ship recyclers plan can be sustainable provided various alternatives for better waste management enhance preparedness, hinterland waste management, etc. In this context I do not see why the beaching method cannot be acceptable.” A very remarkable revelation about the Alang ship breakers was made by Komalkant Sharma, Group Chairman of Leela Ship Recycling Pvt Ltd. “Most of

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