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Jamie Hawke – 2017 Update

August 2017 – Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN) Aviation Training Update. Since re-enlisting Jamie has all but completed three course analysis, design and development being: Flight Deck Officer (FDO) Helicopter Transfer Officer (HTO) Helicopter Transfer Party (HTP) The learning outcomes from the completed AD&D are now being used to determine the type of Simulation required […]

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RENA GROUNDING ENQUIRY

Didn’t follow ‘Best Practice’ processes, Poor Navigation – What do you think? A poor Safety Culture existed onboard – How do you fix that? All comments welcome

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MERT Worldwide – Three Step Training

  MERT Worldwide – Three Step Training Method Step One – Introduction We will develop a training schedule in consultation with you the client. We may need to visit the ship to better understand your specific training needs. We will develop a training program specific to your needs. Step Two – Training (Coaching – Simulation […]

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Costa Concordia and Rena disaster

MERT Worldwide – Maritime emergency Response Training Over one year ago and the COSTA CONCORDIA salvage is well underway and the ship is now upright.  And the Rena off the coast of New Zealand is now a new reef. Who will pay to clean up of these two incidents? What are the lessons learnt? Where […]

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MERT Worldwide – Various Video Clip Accidents

MERT Worldwide – Maritime Emergency Response Training Anchor Chain Breaking  

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Super Yacht Sinking – Yogi

MERT Worldwide – Maritime Emergency Response Training “The story of Yogi must be told and it should be used as an example of how badly things can go wrong when training and familiarization fail and self-imposed operational demands combine with otherwise benign, albeit officially sanctioned, design deficiencies. Withholding information related to the loss of Yogi contravenes […]

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MERT – Costa Concordia

MERT Worldwide – Maritime Emergency Response Training The trial of Francesco Schettino, charged with manslaughter, causing a shipwreck and abandoning his ship in the Costa Concordia tragedy, finally got underway on Tuesday. Four other officers had been charged but were given plea bargains.   The trial got underway in the Tuscan city of Grosseto for […]

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