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Marine Survey/Marine Consultancy/Marine Surveyors/Marine Expert in Vietnam: In shipping, Marine surveyors of AIM Control (including "Independent Marine Surveyors", “Marine Consultancy Experts", “Marine Professional Investigators”, “Loss Prevention and Adjusters” “Hull & Machinery Surveyors", “Ship inspectors”, “Bunker Surveyors” and/or "Cargo Surveyors", Inspection Divers) are the personal who conducts inspections under surveyor’s maritime professional qualifications and certificates. A team professional marine surveyors of AIM Control, multi-disciplinary engineers in shipping area. The AIM Marine Surveyors® (AIM Control)® was established during the 1993's by a small group of marine surveying professionals. AIM Marine surveyors perform inspections of vessels of all types including pleasu...
Marine Consultancy in Lithuania, in Baltic States and the European part of Russia Marine Consultancy in Lithuania, Marine Consultancy in Baltic States and Marine Consultancy the European part of Russia www.marinesurveys.eu
All aspects of marine consulting and vessel auditing are undertaken by GW Marine Consultants. With a wealth of experienced Master Mariners and Chief Engineers, GW Marine Consultants are able to provide our clients with experienced professionals to facilitate all types of marine project operations.
Established in 2005 by Capt. Mike Meade, M3 Marine Group is one of Asia's largest independent offshore ship brokerage and marine consultancy groups. Based in Singapore, we focus on providing offshore ship broking and a comprehensive range of technical and commercial consultancy services tailored to meet the needs of the Offshore Marine, Oil & Gas industry.
What exactly does a marine consultant do? Will they need anything from you? This video describes how the consultant fits into the design process and what you can expect from them.
You searched long and hard, and now you have a short list of marine consultants . . . but how do you compare them? We want some rational criteria. What are the questions to ask? What makes a good marine consultant? I explain six critical criteria to evaluate your marine consultant, and what you should expect from them. This knowledge becomes invaluable when negotiating with your consultant and ensuring you get a quality product in the end. Get more helpful tips and other updates at https://www.dmsonline.us
How we try to prevent maritime accidents by http://www.maritime-mea.com. A crash course of the history on international maritime rules and regulations , how maritime accidents spawned the different conventions and how these conventions turn into international and national law. The IMO ( international maritime organization) and the origins of conventions like Solas and Marpol are mentioned. But also Class Societies like DNV-GL, BV, Lloyds Register will pass the revue. The video will be displayed on the website of Maritime-MEA including the text.
I will discuss where to search for marine consultants. Like most services, you want to comparison shop for your consultant. So where do you go to find options? Print magazines? Internet searches? LinkedIn? Conventions? I cover the positive and negative for each of these options, plus I reveal a hidden gem: how to find a very comprehensive list of all marine consultants in North America. Get more helpful tips and other updates at https://www.dmsonline.us
Marine Engineering Consultants offer complete engineering services, aluminium boat building, refits, repowers and project management, and are a service and sale agent for a number of marine products and brands.
Marine Surveying, boats, houseboats, barges, yachts
Whether it is sophisticated Technical HSE Consulting Support, HSE Management System Program Development, Occupational Safety Awareness Training, or on-site Safety Management Services, AES Marine Consultants, LLC has a cost-effective helpful approach for today’s employers.
invited as a guest speaker at the IIMS Chennai conference. Professionalism in Marine Surveying. presented under the capacity of IIMS regional director of Middle East for the brighter future of surveying
Now that you've submitted your application to study Marine Science at Newcastle, you may be thinking ‘What’s it really like to be a student at Newcastle?' We'll be holding a live webinar on the 17th February to answer all your questions and so you can hear, first-hand, from current Marine Science students, just exactly what it’s like to study here. Our panel of friendly experts includes Lecturer and Admissions Tutor Dr Clare Fitzsimmons and students Emma, Oliver and Carl who currently study MSc International Marine Environmental Consultancy. The team will be live on this page to take your questions. You can submit your comments and questions early by using the event wall or using #NCLanswers . Don't worry if you can't make the live broadcast, it'll be available straight after the eve...
ZMC have lots of good contacts with international dredging and Marine construction contractors. These contractors use their material/vessels in world-wide operation. For this projects many vessels needs a on -- off hire inspections. Usually it will be done with the vessel at slipway/docking situation. On special request and on request of both party's it can be done in floating situation. Several times ZMC was appointed as qualified expert to execute the inspection job on: Survey vessels. Work boats (multi cats). Tugs. Pontoons.
In April 1912, Titanic, the largest ship in the world was lost on her maiden voyage. A ship of legends, many myths have grown up surrounding the ship. Queen Mary 2 naval architect, Stephen Payne, presents a lecture to set the record straight and set the ship in the right historical context. Special Lecture Series: Peachman Lecture Sponsoring Department: Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering http://name.engin.umich.edu Speaker Bio: Stephen went to Southampton University to study Ship Science (Naval Architecture) where he graduated with an Honours Degree in June 1984. In January 1985 Stephen joined the London based firm of Technical Marine Planning Ltd., a small consultancy that was engaged by Carnival Cruise Lines in the design and construction supervision of the new Carnival cru...
Session 26 features an interview with Mick Yokitis, U.S. Naval Academy Assistant Football Coach Wide Receivers. Mick is in his seventh season with the Midshipmen and is a 2006 graduate of the Naval Academy where he earned three varsity letters at wide receiver. Mick also served in the United States Marine Corps upon graduation. This episode is full of extremely useful information for any student-athlete (and parents of) that is looking play football at the college level.
Since 2010, Dr Woodcock has worked as a Lecturer in the School of mathematical Sciences at UTS. Prior to this, he was a Research Fellow at the University of Glasgow in Scotland and also worked in private sector consultancy in London. His primary research interests lie in the application of mathematical models to describe biological and ecological systems. This multidisciplinary work brings together applied mathematicians and statisticians along with marine biologists, microbiologists and environmental engineers to develop a greater understanding of the natural world and how we can use this to improve and sustain human life and society. His recent projects have covered a vast range of applications from improving the design and efficiency of wastewater treatment systems to minimising the gr...
YOU WON'T WANT TO MISS THIS !!! FORMER NATO INTELLIGENCE OFFICER & RUSSIA TODAY MIDDLE EAST CORRESPONDENT PETER EYRE SPEAKS OUT - On Contact Zero TV - Episode Zero - with your host Eliahi Priest Peter Eyre's admissions are explosive, including breaches of Nuclear Security and an illegal Nuclear Weapons deal by a Former British Prime Minister. Peter is speaking out now as last week he was diagnosed with Stage 4 Cancer. I would greatly appreciate it if in watching this and hearing his message, you could give generously to assist Peter with the treatment he seeks in Japan. https://www.gofundme.com/3zp4db-peters-cancer-treatment Peter's Bio: Peter joined the military at the tender age of 15 and whilst in his teens travelled the world. He participated in areas of conflict in the Middle E...
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New Regulations & Compliance Affecting Shipping Ballast Water Treatment Moderator: Professor Constantine Arcoumanis, ex-Ambassador of Greece for Energy Policy & New Technologies, ex-Vice President of City University, London Panelists: Mr. Ioannis Efstratiou, Acting Director - Department of Merchant Shipping of Cyprus Dr. John Kokarakis, Director Technical Business Development – Bureau Veritas Dr. Loizos Isaias, Head of Maritime Service Centre – South East Europe & Middle East - DNV GL Mr. Emmanuel Vergetis, Naval and Mechanical Engineer, Senior Consultancy Specialist, Lloyds Register Dr. Loukas Barmparis, President - Safe Bulkers Mr. Marinos Anastassiou, Newbuilding/Technical Manager – Star Bulk Mr. Konstantinos Stampedakis, Managing Director, ERMA FIRST ESK...
Important discussion on one of the main principals in shipping. Useful for Importers, exporters and all those attached to shipping industry.
Seminar title: Performance of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park since the 2004 re-zoning Seminar type: CoralCoE seminar series Presented by: Mike Emslie Date: Thursday 25th February 2016 Abstract: Networks of no-take marine reserves (NTMRs) are widely advocated for preserving exploited fish stocks and for conserving biodiversity. We used underwater visual survey data of coral reef fish and benthic communities to quantify the short- to medium-term (5 to 30 years) ecological effects of the establishment of NTMRs within the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park (GBRMP). The density, mean length and biomass of principal fishery species, coral trout (Plectropomus spp.), were consistently greater in NTMRs than on fished reefs over both the short- and medium-term. However, there were no clear or consi...
The Independent | 21 May 2018
The Independent | 21 May 2018