Junior engineers going on board ships for training purpose are often made to do several odd jobs which are not even remotely related to engineering. Learn about seven such non-engineering jobs which junior engineers hate to do onboard ships.
Reverse thinking is an alternative procedure for finding solutions to problems on board ships. Can this unique approach help marine engineers troubleshoot machinery? Read inside the article to know more.
In the frenzy and excitement while signing-off from the ship, seafarers often overlook important things, which can land them into problem later on. Mentioned herein are ten important points seafarers must not forget during singing off from ship.
Efficient communication between engine and deck officers is the key to run a ship safely and efficiently. Learn about 10 important situations wherein the engine and deck personnel must communicate clearly in order to prevent any kind of accident onboard.
CO2 fire fighting system is the last resort on ships to fight fire in the ship’s engine room or compartments. Learn about eight mistakes mariners must not make while operating CO2 fire fighting system.