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Monthly Archives: October 2013

KMSTC offers courses with low prices till 1jan2014

Marine and Offshore courses: Offshore courses: 1. BOSIET Course 3 day 5700 (OPITO approved) – 8800 UAH 2. FOET Course 1 day 5858 (OPITO approved) […] Read More

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US proposes new offshore safety rule incorporating latest technology

The US Department of the Interior proposed Wednesday an offshore drilling safety rule designed to incorporate technologies and practices that industry has adopted since the […] Read More

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CNOOC: Two New Oil Fields Start Production

Hong Kong – CNOOC Limited (NYSE: CEO, SEHK: 00883) announced that, Wenchang 19-1 North and Weizhou 12-8 West oil fields have recently commenced production. Wenchang […] Read More

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Piracy at Sea Falls to Lowest Level in Seven Years

The International Chamber of Commerce’s International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has revealed that piracy on the world’s seas is at its lowest third-quarter level since 2006, […] Read More

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First BOSIET Course

17oct 2013 First BOSIET course passed in premises of KMSTC. 8 Delegates received essential knowledge for working in offshore sector. Safety starts with attitude. Read More

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OPITO Certificates of approval on delivery of BOSIET, HUET and FOET courses

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VIKING Expands Global Safety with Onboard Training

A group of IT entrepreneurs with a background in marine and crew training and a unique product caught the attention of leading marine and fire […] Read More

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ITF Launch New Free Android/IOS App

A new ITF Seafarers app for IOS and Android has been launched which combines two earlier apps: ‘Look up a ship’ & ‘Find an inspector/union’. Earlier […] Read More

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Costa Concordia to be Piggy-backed Away

Thursday, October 10, 2013 Dockwise, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. (Boskalis) has been awarded the contract to load and transport the lifted […] Read More

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Join us on Google+

We are happy to announce that we have joined to Google+ pages and you are welcome to follow us https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/116769852900028315647/116769852900028315647/posts/p/pub. Here you may search for the […] Read More

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Watch our Channel on YOU TUBE

Now you may watch the news and activity of our training center on the You Tube Channel  “KMSTC (Kherson Maritime Specialized Training Center)” using following […] Read More

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OPITO approval official

      KMSTC at KSMA with great pleasure would like to share the news on official approval of our training center by OPITO to […] Read More

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The shipping industry has seen too many lifeboat incidents over the years, and a number of them have involved fatalities.

Statistics show that lifeboats have cost morelives during training drills than they have saved during actual rescue situations. In 2008 Bent Nielsen, then an employee […] Read More

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Share Views on Paperwork Now Reminds IMO

Maritime stakeholders and other interested parties are reminded that they have just one month in which to provide input to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) […] Read More

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Why Maritime Safety Cultures are Hard to Change (It’s Not All Bad News)

This is the third article in a series on establishing a healthy safety culture in the maritime industry. The first article provided an overview of the necessary […] Read More

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