MarTID: The Global Survey of Maritime Training Practices Debuts
of productivity and safety of vessel operations. The MarTID project is completely non-commercial, and reports are free and distributed widely. It is supported by the generous contributions of the three partnering organizations – the World Maritime University (WMU), New Wave Media and the Marine Learning Systems group. All three stakeholders agree that best practices can be achieved only if this effort is based on real data. Your data – protected and anonymized. Specifically, the report provides information on: industry spend on training, resources used and future trends
Assessing Skills in the Maritime Industry
hope that the safety of all can benefit. The Author Murray Goldberg is CEO of Marine Learning Systems (www.MarineLS.com). An eLearning researcher and developer, his software has been used by 14 million people worldwide. (As published in the January 2018 edition of Marine News
Can Employers Ask About Prescription Drug Use?
training classes for drug and alcohol testing as well as sexual harassment. Mark received his Juris Doctor from Pace Law School where he graduated cum laude and now serves as the President of the Pace Law School Alumni Association. (As published in the September 2017 edition of Marine News
For Payroll Purposes, is Your Seaman Really a Seaman?
, admiralty, personal injury, transportation, real estate, construction and corporate law. Prior to attending law school, DeMarcay served on the Washington based legislative staff of Congressman Jimmy Hayes. On the web: www.bhbmlaw.com (As published in the July 2017 edition of Marine News)
US Shipyards: Building for America, Jobs for Americans
Business and Finance Development. Offices under his portfolio manage the Federal Ship Financing program, Capital Construction Fund, Capital Reserve Fund, Small Shipyard grants, Marine Insurance, and Fair and Reasonable Rate determinations. (As published in the April 2017 edition of Marine News
Effective Harassment Prevention Training
are your employees. The Author Lee Seham is a partner in the labor/employment law firm of Seham, Seham, Meltz & Petersen and General Counsel of the non-profit drug testing consortium American Maritime Safety, Inc. (As published in the March 2017 edition of Marine News
USCG Guidance and Reporting Marine Casualties
are familiar with the Coast Guard’s guidance, and heed the recommendation to contact the Coast Guard whenever in doubt to avoid Coast Guard enforcement action for a failure to report a marine casualty, as penalties can range up to $35,000. (As published in the October 2015 edition of Marine News - http://magazines.marinelink.com/Magazines/MaritimeNews
MN100: Deadline July 1st
The August 2014 editon of MarineNews, the leading voice in the North American workboat market, will feature 100 leaders and innovators, including workboat owners & operators; workboat builders and repairers; product and service providers. Participation is free, but to be considered you must apply, and the deadline of July 1, 2014 is approaching fast. To have your company featured in this edition, please visit:http://mn100.maritimemagazine.com/ Or e-mail Joe Keefe at: Keefe@marinelink.com