Willard Marine, a 56-year-old builder of composite and aluminum boats, has received a contract to supply 42 rescue boats for U.S. Army supply ships and landing craft.
Classification society has released its second version of the Guidelines for Gas Fuelled Ships. This updated version reflects the requirements for the design of
Late on the evening of Tuesday, December 10, a civilian contractor suffered minor injuries while conducting maintenance in a battery compartment aboard Royal Australian Navy submarine HMAS Waller.
Providing a healthy working environment for employees is fast becoming a number one concern for employers in the energy industry. Through education programs in fitness,
One man suffered light burns as a result of an electrical fire onboard HMAS Waller earlier this week.
The fire occurred on Tuesday, December 10 at 10 p.m. (WA
The issue of stowaways is one which has existed ever since vessels began to trade. Although the number of people attempting to gain free passage to another country
Coast Guard members of the 11th Coast Guard District participated in a joint two-day search and rescue exercise, SAREX, with members of the Mexican navy's Search and Rescue Station in Ensenada,
HMAS Tobruk has completed its mission in the Philippines and is returning to Australia with a load of Army engineer machinery, vehicles and 35 Army personnel.
IS Seacos Asia, a wholly owned subsidiary of INTERSCHALT maritime systems AG, Germany, welcomed 60 representatives of 30 companies from 5 different countries at their recent Singapore User Conference,
In the operation and development of a sour gas field, a key challenge is ensuring the process safety and integrity of the asset and, most importantly, the safety
Offshore Patrol Vessels Middle East 2014 examining maritime security challenges in region, world
As policy leaders wrapped up the Manama Dialog, an international security conference in Bahrain,
Barge Industry Comments on Draft Coast Guard Shale Gas Wastewater Transport Policy; Cites Strong Safety Record
The American Waterways Operators, the national
The U.K. Coastguards has been working through the night as parts of the U.K. have been hit by one of the largest tidal surges in decades.
Maritime Rescue Coordination Centres (MRCCs) at Stornoway,
In response to the ongoing threat of piracy in shipping, France and Japan are allowing armed guards on their ships, said U.K. maritime security company GoAGT.
Gerry Northwood OBE,
Maui Acquisition Corp, the parent corporation of The Safariland Group, a global provider of a diverse range of safety and survivability products designed for the public safety,
DNV GL Oil & Gas has appointed Moss Daemi as the Director of its Middle East, India and North Africa Division. “We established our presence in the MENA region over
Carnival Corporation & plc has appointed US Navy retired Vice Admiral William Burke to the newly created position of Chief Maritime Officer, effective December 9, 2013.
“If you think safety is expensive, try an accident!”
This is the second in a series of Maritime Reporter and Engineering News articles on Safety Culture in the maritime industry.
This past week in California, HGH Infrared Systems participated in the Offshore Platform Security Threat Awareness and Response (OPSTAR) program, developed and
New Zealand Government Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee has announced a $2 million package to help Maritime New Zealand (MNZ) improve New Zealand’s wider maritime