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Aries Marine Corporation ~ Lafayette, Louisiana Aries Marine Corporation, a privately held Louisiana Corporation, was formed in early 1981 by Dwight S. Ramsay to own and operate in the Gulf of Mexico self-elevating workboats and supply vessels. The self-elevating work boats, also called liftboats or jack-ups, provide mobile yet stable work platforms, crane capabilities and living accommodations for work crews performing services to offshore oil and gas production platforms. The Liftboats range in leg length from 130' to 215', and are capable of operating in maximum water depths of 175'. Aries Marine is headquartered in Lafayette, Louisiana and maintains a sales and warehouse facility in nearby Youngsville, Louisiana. Aries Marine employs over 300 people.
News on Ship: In less than 40kb Being a seafarer is all about being away not only from home but also from the world. Many times long days on waters and lack of proper internet connection disconnect seafarers from the social world. These are the problems of past now!! Sailors Club free news service on the ship will keep you connected to the world. While boarding you can read country, political, entertainment, sports, movie reviews, and everything which in gathering the attention. Just mail us your ship mail id(which will be kept highly confidential) At and you will be getting the news in the textual format in less than 40kb. Many ships are already availing these benefits. P.S.: These are free services from Sailors club
Course booking can be done easily using this form. The detailed information of SETRAC is available in the following link https://www.sailors-club.net/maritime-blogs/entry/setrac-maritime-training-institute-course-details
MARINE MAN APPLICATION FROM-IV for ENGINEERS
MARINE MAN APPLICATION FROM-III for EL-ENGINEERS
MARINE MAN APPLICATION FROM-II for RATINGS
MARINE MAN APPLICATION FROM-I It is for DECK OFFICERS.
This is the document where eligibility for Indian CDC is listed.
INDIAN CDC APPLICATION FORM THIS IS THE APPLICATION FORM FOR INDIAN CDC. further details like where to send and which documents are needed are mentioned in the related blog.
Lizlyn Shipping application form fill the form and mail to the mail Id mention in the related post.
Application form North Star Ship Management -II for OFFICERS AND ENGINEERS
Application form North Star Ship Management -I for RATING
H R SHIPPING application form
Earth Ocean Application form
This is Application form of the Shipteck Marine Solutions Pvt Ltd. Fill the form and submit to the mail id mentioned in the job opening.
This is application form of the Mediterranean shipping company, Mumbai. Fill the form and mail to the mail ID mentioned in the job opening.
Fill the form for applying in Deevee shipping company.

FILL THE DETAILS IN THE FORM FOR JOINING RIGEL MARINES

The marine engineer has always jealously guarded his personal experience, sometimes rating this of far greater significance than the learning gained through formal education. This paper considers why experience is important within the engineering community, despite the increase in formal education and the development of sophisticated techniques for analysis of a wide range of engineering problems. The paper also considers some examples where experience appears to have resulted in errors of judgement with unintended consequences. The paper considers how marine professionals think about managing the risks that the industry faces, and how experience at personal, corporate and institution levels influences decision-making and the selection of risk control measures. Finally the paper considers how experiential learning can be included into formal education programmes to provide young professionals with experience during their early formation, which in an earlier age might have been acquired through apprenticeships and training in the workplace.

When ships are removed from service to undertake repair work, the question of safety responsibilities may become blurred in the fervour to complete the task and resume trading. For the master and his crew, the introduction of unfamiliar hazards, such as those arising from hot work processes, will require an elevated element of control and expressly designated responsibilities between the ship and the repair organisation. This brief note outlines the issues surrounding such work and also examines the use of Hot Work Permits, as well as highlighting possible differences in the training standards required for those issuing safety related documentation.

 
 
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