Helm Partners with ACTion for subM Compliance

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

August 8, 2019

Logo: Helm

Logo: Helm

Helm Operations and the ACTion group of Channelview, TX have signed a new partnership agreement to help inland marine companies address the challenges of SubM and implement new software to reduce the costs of compliance. 

As part of the agreement, the ACTion group will begin offering safety management services via Helm CONNECT and provide consulting and training to companies moving to the industry standard platform.

Based in Channelview, the ACTion group is one of the inland marine industry’s leading safety management and certification companies. Since its founding in 1999 by Capt. David A. Foret, Jr, the company has been providing various compliance, vetting, training, and related services to the maritime industry. In recent years, the ACTion group has moved to the forefront of digitalization in the industry, developing its own software solutions and most recently forming a partnership with Seamen's Church Institute to support online training for mariners and shore staff. Working with Helm Operations, the ACTion group will phase out its legacy document management software and begin deploying its services through Helm CONNECT, helping its customers progress in their everyday operations.

Helm Operations is the creator of Helm CONNECT, which has become the one of the fastest-growing marine software platform since its launch in 2016. Today, more than 180 companies rely on Helm CONNECT to manage vessel maintenance, compliance, operations, and personnel management including seven of North America’s top ten marine operators. Helm Operations recently celebrated its 20th anniversary and passed the major milestone of 4,000 vessels now using the software platform.

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