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Job Opportunity- Chief Engineer with P&O Maritime Services FZE Ltd.

Posted: May 24, 2017

 

P&O Maritime Services FZE Ltd require a Chief Engineer.   Click the link or image above to read in full Cefas Endeavour – Chief Engineer

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We’ve been nominated! Getenergy Awards 2017

Posted: May 5, 2017

 

 

 

 

Voting for the 10th Annual Getenergy Awards is now open and GAC Training & Service Solutions (GTSS) and SEFtec NMCI Offshore are up for two of the accolades. You have until 12:30pm on Monday May 8th to cast your vote online at http://global.getenergyevent.com/nominations/

GAC Training & Service Solutions have been shortlisted for Education Partnership 2017 and SEFtec NMCI Offshore have been shorted for Education and Training Provider of the Year.

Every vote counts so please support us and cast your vote today!

 

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Marine Industry Awards 2017

Posted: April 13, 2017

The NMCI are once again delighted to be the Patron of Marine Industry Awards 2017.

Now in its third year, the Marine Industry Awards is the premier event in Ireland to showcase on a national scale the excellence and innovation within Ireland’s Marine sector.

Come join us and showcase the work we do together at this great event to view this Year’s entry guide click here

About the Awards

The Marine Industry Awards 2017, in association with SeaFest, will take place at the Radisson Blu Galway on, Thursday June 29th 2017.

Formerly the known as the Maritime Industry Awards, the awards ceremony has been revamped to greater encompass all aspects of the maritime and marine sectors, and celebrate their contribution to the Irish economy.

This year’s event will be one of the biggest spectacles of the entire year and will host some of the biggest individuals and companies in the industry –  so this is your chance to be a part of that and showcase the great work that you are doing here.

 

Why enter the Marine Industry Awards 2017:

 

  1. Recognition – let your sector know whose top of their game. Shortlisted entrants will have their profiles raised and will receive national coverage in the Irish Independent. Winners will also be part of a post-event picture editorial.
  2. Promotion – get your work in front of the people that matter
  3. Celebrate – give your clients and team a great night out
  4. Network – make valuable contacts and network with other industry professionals and colleagues new and old. Last year’s attendees included:

 

We are delighted to announce that NMCI members and associates are also entitled to a special extended entries deadline, April 25th and the trophies will be handed over at the glamorous Award ceremony at the Radisson Blu Galway on June 29th.

For more details on entering please call James Edwards on 01 5240254 or e-mail james@marineawards.ie.

We look forward to your entry and having you involved with this year’s campaign.

 

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Job Opportunity- Project Manager- Technical Superintendent

Posted: April 6, 2017

Please click on the image or the link below to read more about this job opportunity as advertised by Flagship Management.

Please visit www.flagshipmgt.com for further information.

 

NEW JOB-Project Manager_Technical Superintendent-Ireland

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MNTB Recognised Entry into Enclosed Spaces Training at the NMCI

Posted: March 28, 2017

 

Can you afford not to train?

 

On board Confined Space accidents are not a new phenomenon.

There were 101 Enclosed Space Accidents (reported) between March 1998 and May 2009, resulting in 93 Fatalities and 96 injuries. Since May 2009 a further 12 accidents have occurred resulting in 10 deaths and 7 injuries on the MAIB database alone (Source – Marine Accident Investigation Board). More than half of Enclosed Space fatalities and injuries are sustained by would-be rescuers.

Working in an enclosed or confined space is particularly dangerous as the space may be deficient in oxygen and/or contain flammable or toxic fumes or vapours. Basic procedures to ensure personal safety must not be compromised at any cost irrespective of the type and condition of the work.

 

As legislation is changing to protect seafarers we at NMCI Services recommend crew undertake our one day “Entry into Enclosed Spaces” course.

 

The aim of our MNTB recognised “Entry into Enclosed Spaces” course is to give you or your team training to meet the requirements set out in ‘The Merchant Shipping’ Regulations 1988, IMO Resolution A.864 and the Code of Safe Work Practices for Merchant Seamen (COSWP). The course will meet the new amended requirements laid out in the SOLAS Regulation III/19.

 

Entry into enclosed spaces is a silent killer… having up to date training will help save lives.

Click Here to book your course TODAY!

 

 

Need more information? Call us on: +353 (0)21 4335609 or email services@nmci.ie

 

 

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