BSM unveils new mooring station training facility

Associations, Corporate Social Responsibility, Manning - Seafarers and Offshore, Maritime Education and Training — By on December 21, 2015 at 2:54 PM

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Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM) is delighted to announce the opening of its new state-of-the-art mooring station training facility, designed to provide seafarers and cadets with experience of this crucial and potentially hazardous area of operations.

The facility is based at Subic Bay in the Philippines, and designed to work in conjunction with a comprehensive, interactive training portfolio comprising video learning and class discussion around case studies from real life scenarios.Wallet (9)

Captain Joseph Raluta, Director of the BSM Maritime Training Centre in Manila is very proud of the new addition to his suite of training options: “This new mooring facility demonstrates the commitment to continuous investment in training that BSM is renowned for, ” he says.

“The facility contains a complete range of equipment identical to that which our personnel will encounter on board a vessel. This provides for a comprehensive training experience of mooring operations and associated safety conditions.”

Wallet (9)Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM) is an integrated maritime solutions leader, with more than 130 years of experience in the shipping industry. Managing a fleet of 600 vessels, 20, 000 employees enable the delivery of safe, reliable and efficient ship management services through a
network of nine ship management, 23 crew service and five wholly-owned maritime training centres across the world. Alongside comprehensive shipmanagement services, BSM offers a suite
of complementary maritime solutions that are customised to meet individual customer requirements.Wallet (9)

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