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Compliant with Convention: Protecting our Seafarers Worldwide

December 18, 2015 - Rebecca Baker

During 2015, Atlas Professionals have undergone an extensive audit program to confirm that the organisation remains in compliance with the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) 2006. The MLC embodies all the current standards of existing international maritime labour conventions and recommendations in order to better protect seafarers and their families. Audits to confirm attestation of compliance to MLC 2006 have taken place for a total of 21 entities across Atlas’ 24 offices, of which 15 offices specialise in the supply professionals falling under the scope of the convention. Read More
Atlas Obtains Successful Results from Annual Customer Evaluations Survey

December 7, 2015 - Rebecca Baker

Recently, Atlas’ QHSE department sent out their Annual Customer Evaluation survey. As a service led organisation, we value the feedback from our customers in order to improve our services and to develop our investment in the future of the Energy and Marine industries. Read More
Putting our Customers First: Atlas Attends BSI – ISO Quality Management Training

December 7, 2015 - Rebecca Baker

Last week, Atlas’ UK Business Managers attended a BSI course at Armada House in Bristol. The course was centred on how the ISO Quality Management Standard can benefit the organisation and ensure confidence in our services for both clients and personnel. Read More
Join us at Offshore Energy 2015

October 5, 2015 - Coraline Mulder

On 13 and 14 October 2015, Atlas Professionals will be attending Offshore Energy at stand 11.093A in Hall 11 where we invite you to come and meet our team to discuss talking points in the industry. Read More
Atlas’ Geomotive Ready for Audit Set for April 2015

April 7, 2015 - Rebecca Baker

With the largest list of registered professionals in the offshore geophysical survey industry, Atlas’ Geomotive office in Vic, Spain is at the forefront of providing geophysical personnel to the offshore industry. Read More

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