New Training for SES Engineers

Post by: TheYachtMarket News
07 September 2010

As a result of Ships Electronic Services (SES) expansion in the Offshore Industry in Scotland, the company has taken an important step for its engineers who will work on Offshore facilities in the future. SES engineers in this sector will now qualify for the RGIT Basic Offshore Induction and Safety Training, a standard requirement of the Offshore and Gas industry.

 

Steve Hirst, is the second SES engineer to have attained the certification, with a third engineer already in the process. The company is now able offer significant Offshore installation, project work, service & maintenance and full vessel or platform site surveys for all marine electronic requirements on these facilities. With a new premises in Aberdeen the company is fast becoming an integral part of this important industry.

Managing Director Stephen Roper commented, "Our sites in Grangemouth and Aberdeen are well placed to provide our high standards of service and exceptional expertise in marine electronics to the Offshore industry.
However it was essential that any engineers working on these facilities achieved full safety qualifications to be allowed to work on a regular basis. Steve is the second of our engineers to be certified and we are delighted that we are quickly moving forward and expanding our capabilities in this sector of the marine industry.

SES is one of the largest companies in the supply, installation and maintenance of marine electronics for both the commercial and leisure industries, with 6 sites throughout the UK.

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