RINA to Train Carnival New Build Inspectors

Tuesday, July 10, 2007
Carnival Corporate Shipbuilding, the newbuilding arm of the world's largest cruise ship group, has contracted with classification society RINA to train its newbuilding superintendents. The three year contract will provide Carnival's inspection teams with training in health, quality and safety, CCS organization, and technical subjects such as fire protection, materials, machinery and plants, coating definition, maintenance and repair, marine metallurgy, welding, piping systems and HVAC, electrical and automation systems and USPHS (United States Public Health Service) requirements.

The basic training module outlined above will be followed buy deeper specialist courses that will cover specific fields in more detail. The training material and contents were developed by RINA in cooperation with Carnival, and will be continuously updated using feedback from superintendents in service. All the tutors are senior RINA technical experts and the courses will be held in the RINA Academy training centre, in Genoa.

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