Supplementing Seagull’s comprehensive library, we are delighted to present three new first-rate e-learning modules for the fourth quarter of 2016. Developed in response to a huge demand for training on Social Media awareness, we released an engaging module on this topic in collaboration with MTI Network. A separate Press release was sent on this and we have already received massive response from both existing and new clients about this module.
We have experienced an increase in demand for our APRO courses and are pleased to offer in connection with our user meeting in November a one day ‘APRO (Ability Profiling) Assessor Course’ to anyone who wishes to become familiar with our psychometric test tool.
APRO is a psychometric assessment program developed to be used as a support tool during recruitment of junior seafarers. Please see attached product...
Supplementing Seagull’s comprehensive library, we are delighted to present eight new first-rate e-learning modules for the third quarter of 2016. Developed in response to the huge demand for training on MLC2006, we are releasing several modules covering this regulation, including onboard video training and a brand new distance course for Fatigue Management. As a result, we now have 16 e-learning modules, 7 distance courses and 2 training films related to MLC 2006.
Seagull Maritime has launched the maritime industry’s first Training Analytics tool using automated prompts to help managers to benchmark training activity levels and prioritize follow up. Developed in collaboration with several Seagull Maritime customers, the Seagull Training Analytics tool provides a simplified process for monitoring crew training activities and targeting areas for improvement.
Fatigue is generally described as the state of feeling tired, weary or sleepy due to prolonged mental or physical work, anxiety, exposure to harsh environments or loss of sleep. The result of fatigue is poor performance and diminished alertness. In the shipping industry the effects of fatigue are particularly dangerous and is often a major factor in large accidents at sea. Not only can such accidents have major consequences for the safety for those onboard the vessel but also possess a major environmental threat
The International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments (BWM Convention) will enter into force on 8 September 2017, marking a landmark step towards halting the spread of invasive aquatic species, which can cause havoc for local ecosystems, affect biodiversity and lead to substantial economic loss.
Did you know that 55% of ships calling into European ports will be affected by this regulation? And that these ships represent around 90% of related emissions?
Tsakos Columbia Shipmanagement (“TCM”) S.A. has strengthened its collaboration with Seagull Maritime AS to bring its in-house ‘Tanker Competence and Promotion Management System’ (TCPMS) to its fleet of fifty-five tanker vessels through Seagull’s Competence Manager.
Australian Port State Control (PSC) is known for taking a healthy interest in maritime safety, in fact the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has a strong reputation for enforcement.
One of the focus areas both in Australian ports and other ports around the world is compliance with ECDIS equipment. Recently AMSA delivered a report to IMO on the subject ECDIS and PSC inspection outlining issues of deficiencies leading to detention.
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