Crowley and RelyOn Nutec have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to directly increase the availability of marine wind safety training in the United States. The world’s largest specialized safety training and consultant for the oil and gas, coastal, renewable and industrial sectors.
Global Wind Enterprise (GOOO) creates satellite resources and the Union develops and manages geothermal training that can be transmitted geographically. These utility providers and certified wind turbine manufacturers provide certified training standards that meet GWO organization standards.
Jenny Lewis, RelyOn Nutec, Gulf Manager for the Gulf of Mexico, said: Crowley is a world leader in coastal operations and supplies. Combined with RelyOn Nutec’s experience in chain management, this safety-critical training in wind training and management systems, professional and international availability ensures that it is delivered in a developing region.
The training works in partnership with the government and local higher education institutions to support the safety of sailors and technicians. The partner will take advantage of RelyOn Nutec GWO’s training and use of its own experience in the energy sector to increase its fleet (CTV), coastal services (“SOV”), and wind. Cargo ships (“WIV”).
“This partnership combines Crowley’s commitment to safety and sustainability in the US coastal markets in the industry’s leading and successful engineering, shipping, project management and logistics sectors. , ”Said Jeff Andrei, vice president of Crowle New Energy. This directly facilitates the strategic and sustained growth of skilled manpower to support a reliable workforce for the new energy sector.
Crowley’s new energy division provides a variety of life cycle services to support emerging energy sectors in the United States and neighboring states. To learn more about Crowley Power Services, visit crowley.com/wind.