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Cygnus Instruments Ltd, founded in 1983, were pioneers in the development of the ultra sonic multiple echoes technique used for material thickness measurement through coatings. Today they remain a force in maritime instrumentation and gadgetry.
Tritex NDT manufacture and supply Multiple Echo Ultrasonic metal Thickness Gauges used for verifying corrosion levels and measuring metal thickness from one side only, without removing any protective coatings.
Cyber Prism provides a top-down Cyber Survey covering all aspects (not just IT) within the organisation. A comprehensive Report identifies all Cyber Assets, their criticality, vulnerabilities and possible threats, together with an Action Plan for their Protection, Response and Recovery.
At Winter & Co. we offer a professional service to the marine industry and as a Lloyd’s cover holder we underwrite much of our business in-house and are able to offer our clients quick decisions and competitive terms.
IMarEST is The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology. IMarEST is the international professional body and learned society for all marine professionals and a registered charity. It is the first Institute to bring together marine engineers, scientists and technologists into one international multi-disciplinary professional body.
ICOMIA is the international trade association representing the global marine industry since 1966. ICOMIA brings together national boating federations in one global organisation and represents them at an international level, presenting a strong and united voice when dealing with issues challenging the industry.
The International Maritime Organisation is the United Nations specialised agency responsible for improving maritime safety and preventing pollution from ships. It is also committed to technical co-operation.
Lloyd’s Agency manages three distinct, but related functions, which service the marine insurance industry. These are the Lloyd’s Agency Network, the production of certificates of insurance in respect of marine business and the salvage arbitration process arising from use of Lloyd’s Open Form.
Lloyd’s List is a daily newspaper regarded as an invaluable source of information covering the maritime industry. Its coverage includes tankers, containers, ports and dry bulk news as well as other worldwide shipping matters.
Providing independent assurance and expert advice to companies operating high-risk, capital-intensive assets in the energy and transportation sectors. Through their business assurance services they help companies manage their systems and risks across a wide range of areas and industries.
The Marine Surveying Academy Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of the International Institute of Marine Surveying Ltd. As an organisation, Marine Surveying Academy is dedicated to providing the best quality marine surveyor based training and marine accreditation programmes.
The Maritime & Coastguard Agency’s primary role is to develop, promote and enforce high standards of marine safety. This includes minimising loss of life amongst seafarers and coastal users and responding to maritime emergencies 24 hours a day. The Maritime and Coastguard Agency is also committed to minimising the risk of pollution of the marine environment from ships and where pollution occurs, minimising the impact on UK interests.
The PCA was formed in 1991 by a small group of professional charter skippers and owners whose principal activity was that of skippered charter in UK domestic and overseas waters for both the private and corporate sectors.
The Royal Institution of Naval Architects is an international institution whose members are involved at all levels in the design, construction, maintenance and operation of marine vessels and structures.
The RMCI qualification was instigated by the SuperYacht Builders Association (SYBAss) in conjunction with the International Council of Marine Industry Associations (ICOMIA) and working with the International Institute of Marine Surveyors (IIMS) and the Institute of Corrosion (ICorr). The course, the qualification and the certification system were produced in response to the request from these bodies.
There was no recognised qualification or career path for subsea insulation inspectors. In close collaboration with specialist industry partners and associates WGIM – A Wood Group Kenny Business, the International Registered Marine Insulation Inspectors (IRMII) training course has been developed with accreditation made by the International Institute of Marine Surveying.
IIMS manages, through its subsidiary MSA, the accreditation scheme on behalf of the International Marine Contractors Association, which objectively assesses against set criteria the competency of an inspector to perform an eCMID audit on specialist offshore vessels.