IMCA has updated the US Gulf of Mexico vessel data associated with its authoritative study ‘Marine Construction Vessel Impacts of Proposed Modifications and Revocations of Jones Act Letters Related to Offshore Oil and Natural Gas Activities” submitted to the US Customs and Border Protection agency in early April of last year. This supplement is part … Continue reading “IMCA Jones Act update”
Over 2,000 downloads in first four weeks Developed by leading members of IMCA for use by the offshore oil & gas industry The International Marine Contractors Association’s (IMCA) Resilience Awareness Programme, launched online in late January, is demonstrating highly encouraging downloading statistics. The first four weeks have seen well over 2,000 downloads from the IMCA … Continue reading “Encouraging uptake for IMCA’s personal resilience videos”
Mark Ford, IMCA Technical Manager, has been unanimously endorsed by the International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) to become a member of the IACS Advisory Committee (AVC).
IMCA member companies work together on the programme Resilience help us make better-quality decisions in stressful situations Leading members of the International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) have come together to develop the IMCA Resilience Awareness Programme tailored specifically for the men and women working in the marine contracting industry. They did this in the knowledge … Continue reading “Marine contracting industry launches personal resilience awareness programme”
The International Marine Contractors Association’s (IMCA) Capt Andy Goldsmith, Technical Adviser – Marine, will be speaking on crucial aspects of Dynamic Positioning (DP) at the European DP Conference in London on 6 February. IMCA has been at the forefront of DP since it was first introduced to the offshore industry. Guidance and station keeping event reports provided by IMCA members are used throughout the industry.
In this edition of IMCA’s newsletter, Making Waves, we have a feature article on building resilience, with a new IMCA programme setting out a personal resilience awareness programme tailored for the marine contracting industry. Other highlights of issue 85 include: New appointments to the IMCA team focus on member and client engagement Reports from recent … Continue reading “Making Waves 85 – January 2018”
eCMID System downtime The eCMID system will be unavailable for around 1 hour from 12:00 UTC on Wednesday 3 January 2018 while we implement the changes announced in our previous communications. Please plan any inspections around this time accordingly. Any inspections commenced prior to the update will automatically be upgraded by the new software version … Continue reading “eCMID – Planned Downtime and January 2018 changes”
IMCA Chief Executive Allen Leatt speaks to the Offshore Support Journal (December 2017) on the impact of the current oil price on the wider industry, IMCA and its planned strategic direction.
The International Marine Contractors Association’s (IMCA) Capt Chris Rodricks has been awarded a prestigious Life Time Achievement Award at the Indywood Maritime Excellence Awards. Chris, recently appointed as IMCA’s business development adviser for the Middle East & India, was presented with the honour by the principal guest at the event Mohammed Ibrahim Alqahthani of Saudi … Continue reading “IMCA MEI Business Development Adviser receives Life Time Achievement Award”
The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) website now includes the new IMCA Store for online ordering. Implementation of the system sees the catalogue of logbooks, competence records and other printed items all available ensuring that members around the world can place and pay for orders at their convenience. The IMCA Store features both a secure … Continue reading “Publication ordering made simple at IMCA”