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Competence Assured with the Atlas Competence Programme

October 21, 2019 - Gabrielle Burghouwt

Successful competence management is crucial in 2020 and beyond. Dingena Peddie-Theunisse of Atlas Professionals, helps professionals and (sub)contractors catching this wave. With almost a decade of her time dedicated to competence management, Dingena is a true competence expert. Next to Organisational Development Manager at Atlas Professionals, she also is member of the Competence & Training Committee of the International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA). The ideal person to give an insider view on the increased importance of offshore competence management. Read More
Successful Offshore Energy Exhibition

October 14, 2019 - Coraline Mulder

On 8 & 9 October, Atlas Professionals exhibited at the Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference (OEEC). It is the only dedicated offshore exhibition and conference in the Netherlands focusing on Oil & Gas, Offshore Wind and Marine Energy. Read More
Professional completes Atlas expedition to raise awareness for mental health | World Mental Health Day | Zero Harm

October 10, 2019 - Gabrielle Burghouwt

In support of World Mental Health Day, Atlas Professionals talks to professional Joseph Day, who has recently completed an expedition to the Atlas Mountains in Morocco to raise awareness about mental health. Read More
Better than cure: dengue prevention and control

August 1, 2019 - Gabrielle Burghouwt

Dengue is a mosquito-borne viral disease that has rapidly spread in all regions of World Health Organization (WHO) in recent years. After a drop in the number of cases in 2017-18, a sharp increase in cases is being observed in 2019. Operating globally, Atlas Professionals’ would like to share some tips on how to recognize, prevent and control dengue in line with its Zero Harm safety culture framework. Read More
Never a boring moment in 33 years at sea!

May 29, 2019 - Gabrielle Burghouwt

Following in his father’s footsteps, Chief Integrated Rating Ronald Gulliford, embarked on his seagoing career at the tender age of 16. Ronald started off on cargo ships and then advanced to Anchor Handlers and he says that 33 years later, there are few vessel types he hasn’t worked on and this has largely been in South East Asia and his native Australia. Read More

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