Maersk training to educate offshore wind operators and seafarers | Rigzone


ClassNK has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Maersk Training regarding the training of offshore wind farm operators and the education of alternative fuel vessel crews.

Maersk Training is an international industry leader in skills development and augmentation, with over 16 locations worldwide.

With over 40 years of experience, Maersk Training specializes in providing training for the Oil & Gas, Renewable Energy and Maritime industries, improving the safety and operational performance of their customers. Maersk Training is part of the AP Moller Maersk Group, a Danish shipping giant with over 100 years of experience in maritime and inland freight transport and related services.

With the signing of the MoU, both parties will proactively cooperate to enable high quality training that meets international standards to be provided and therefore a skilled local workforce to be provided to the booming offshore wind industry. growth in Japan as well as in the APAC Region.

Based on its expertise and experience in ship inspection and certification, ClassNK will work with Maersk Training to develop a set of guidelines including boat transfer safety, which is one of the most frequent HSE risks. in the offshore wind sector. In addition, research will be carried out jointly on the training of seafarers for ammonia-powered ships.

ClassNK already provides certification services to the marine training industry to fulfill its mission of supporting the ever-changing needs of the marine industry to ensure the safety of life at sea and promote the protection of the marine environment. .

The company continues to expand its service to support the upskilling of offshore wind farms and alternative fuel vessels to help achieve a decarbonized society.

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