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The Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) is Australia's tropical marine research agency. They play a pivotal role in providing large-scale, long-term and world-class research that helps governments, industry and the wider community to make informed ... Moredecisions about the management of Australia's marine estate.
Heron Island Research Station (HIRS) is internationally renowned for coral reef research and student training in marine sciences. Facilities and equipment rarely found in an offshore facility combined with its enviable position on the world's largest ... Morereef make HIRS the ideal location for marine and climate change research. Situated on the southern Great Barrier Reef, HIRS is the oldest and largest marine research station on the Reef. With crystal clear water and near pristine conditions, the Station provides easy and direct access to the marine environment.

The Station caters to Australian and international researchers and educational groups, offering modern wet and dry laboratories, indoor and outdoor aquaria, a large animal holding tank, separate research and teaching laboratories, seminar facilities, a library, computer room and extensive boating and diving facilities. HIRS, the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) and Heron Island Resort are the only inhabitants on the Island.
Antwerp Maritime Academy (Hogere Zeevaartschool Antwerpen) is the only college in Belgium offering training in Nautical Sciences and Marine Engineering. Education at the Antwerp Maritime Academy aims at two careers: one at sea as a merchant marine officer, ... Morebecoming a Captain (Master) or a Chief Engineer; the other is an on-shore career in a nautical-economic or nautical-technical function.

The Nautical Sciences training consists of two cycles: at the end of the first three-year cycle, one can obtain a Bachelor's Degree in Nautical Sciences and at the end of the second cycle of one year, one can obtain a Master's Degree in Nautical Sciences.

The Marine Engineering training consists of a three-year cycle after which students obtain a Bachelor's Degree in Marine Engineering.
Achilles — Our business is built on the idea that, in an ever-more-connected world, we're not just responsible for what we do – we're also accountable for what's done on our behalf. And where there's accountability, there's a need for control…... More

When we started out in 1990 operating in the gas and oil industry, we saw that control was something buyers needed more of. So we designed our community model, our supporting services and the technology that powers them to address this need. We wanted to drive a new kind of procurement with less risk, less cost and less compliance issues. At the same time, wanted to bring suppliers into the fold – to help them meet buyers' needs while reducing their own qualification burdens.

Today, with all kinds of stakeholders holding businesses to ever-higher standards, it's even more important for businesses to have a complete picture of their supply chains – not just in terms of their business performance, but their ethical and environmental standards too. Against this backdrop, our drive to develop and refine our offering has only increased.

Now we're working from offices all over the globe, serving a network of over 800 buyers and 175,000 suppliers in all kinds of industries. As such, we're proud to be part of a truly worldwide community dedicated to raising standards and doing business in ways that benefit everyone.
Since its founding in 1862, ABS has been committed to setting standards for safety and excellence as one of the world’s leading ship classification societies. We search for and establish the best solutions for the industries we serve, and are at the ... Moreforefront of marine and offshore innovation.

In a constantly evolving industry, ABS works alongside its partners tackling the most pressing technical, operational and regulatory challenges so the marine and offshore industries can operate safely, securely and responsibly.

The surveyors, engineers, researches and regulatory specialists who form the ABS team work in more than 200 offices in 70 countries around the world. With a passion for making the world a safer place, while also delivering practical and innovative solutions, ABS stands ready to assist and advance the marine and offshore industries.
The American Petroleum Institute (API) is the only national trade association representing all facets of the oil and natural gas industry, which supports 10.3 million U.S. jobs and nearly 8 percent of the U.S. economy. API's more than 625 members include ... Morelarge integrated companies, as well as exploration and production, refining, marketing, pipeline, and marine businesses, and service and supply firms. They provide most of the nation’s energy and are backed by a growing grassroots movement of more than 40 million Americans.

Although our focus is primarily domestic, in recent years our work has expanded to include a growing international dimension, and today API is recognised around the world for its broad range of programs.
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) is the national trade association for the U.S. wind industry. With thousands of wind industry members and wind policy advocates, AWEA promotes wind energy as a clean source of electricity for American consumers.... More

As the premier organisation representing the interests of America's wind energy industry, AWEA counts hundreds of organisations in its membership program. Our members are wind power project developers and parts manufacturers, utilities, and researchers – organisations at the forefront of the wind energy industry.

AWEA's network of hundreds of thousands of wind energy activists hail from across the country, and these individuals call on their members of Congress to support wind energy through our advocacy program. Meanwhile, our Regional Partner organisations promote the growth of wind energy nationwide at the local and state levels.
The Association of Diving Contractors International (ADCI) represents the commercial diving industry around the world. Founded in 1968, ADCI was originally a small group of diving companies with a goal to create a non-profit organisation dedicated to ... Morethe art and science of commercial diving. The establishment of industry-wide safe standards for commercial diving was the foundation upon which ADCI was built. Since then, ADCI has grown to encompass more than 600 member companies, furnishing services and/or support for the conduct of safe underwater operations from 41 nations throughout the world.
The Association of Diving Contractors (ADC) is the trading name of UK ADC Ltd, the industry body representing diving contractors working Inland/Inshore in the UK and Ireland that constantly seeks to: ... More

Actively cultivate and promote the art and science of commercial diving within the context of the activities of its members

Establish uniform safe standards and operating practices

Encourage industry wide observation of such standards and operating practices

Encourage the enactment and enforcement of appropriate laws for the protection and regulation of the business of commercial diving

Do any such other things as considered by the membership or management committee of ADC to be in the interest of this industry sector

ADC represents members working in what is probably the most diverse sector of the various work areas covered by Diving at Work Regulations 1997 and its appropriate Approved Codes of Practice.

With a membership that extends from the very smallest diving contractors working in swimming pools, rivers, lakes and harbours to those working in the outer most reaches of UK coastal waters in depths varying from less than 1m to a maximum of 50m. The sheer range and variety of activities carried out in this sector are almost as wide as some river estuaries where work takes place. The objective of this website is to introduce interested parties to the full scope of activities carried out by the Association."
Established nearly half a century ago, the association IRO is an independent non-profit organisation that supports and promotes the interests of its nearly 425 member companies.... More

Acting as the gateway to Dutch suppliers in the energy industry, the IRO mission is ultimately aimed at maintaining and strengthening the position of the Dutch Oil, Gas and Offshore Renewable industry by creating a level playing field for its members. A sharp focus on cost efficiency, innovation and sustainability within the Dutch supply industry are instrumental to achieve this goal.

The IRO members consist of a wide variety of both multinationals and SMEs. They represent the entire supply chain within the Oil, Gas and Offshore Renewable industry, with activities covering: Engineering & Consultancy, Construction & Fabrication, Plant & Equipment Supply, Contracting & Installation, Exploration & Production and Personnel & HSE, both for offshore upstream oil & gas and offshore renewables (wind and marine energy).

The association focuses on three important topics that are vital for the continuity of the industry: Trade & Export Promotion, Innovation & Technology and Human Capital & Education. The range of services that IRO provides to its members varies from maintaining government & NGO relations and facilitating networking opportunities within the IRO community to participating in international trade missions and exhibitions as well as providing Business Intelligence and training courses.
The Association of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Specialists (AGS) is a non-profit making trade association established to improve the profile and quality of geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering. The membership comprises UK organisations ... Moreand individuals having a common interest in the business of site investigation, geotechnics, geoenvironmental engineering, engineering geology, geochemistry, hydrogeology, and other related disciplines.

Our Mission 

promote and enhance the quality of professional practice in geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering

facilitate close liaison between all geotechnical and geoenvironmental organisations

champion and represent the geotechnical and geoenvironmental industry

represent and uphold Member’s interests in commercial and professional matters

agree and publish guidelines on good practice and on ethical and professional matters

encourage quality management systems in geotechnical and geoenvironmental work

assist and influence decision making within Client organisations

In furtherance of these objectives, meetings and seminars are held each year in various parts of the country and a series of publications have been issued. In addition, a Newsletter is distributed six times a year to key individuals within organisations across all sectors of the industry to publicise the work and progress of the AGS and its working parties and to present informed articles and commentaries on topical issues or events.
Over 12,000 ASTM standards operate globally. Defined and set by us, they improve the lives of millions every day. Combined with our innovative business services, they enhance performance and help everyone have confidence in the things they buy and use ... More– from the toy in a child’s hand to the aircraft overhead.

Working across borders, disciplines, and industries we harness the expertise of over 30,000 members to create consensus and improve performance in manufacturing and materials, products and processes, systems and services.

Understanding commercial needs and consumer priorities, we touch every part of everyday life: helping our world work better.

For more than a century, ASTM has been well known as one of the world’s largest and most established standards creating organizations. Today, ASTM also offers a wide range of products and services that go well beyond standards: training, proficiency testing, certification and the new portal service Compass. These offerings significantly enhance the benefits ASTM provides to its stakeholders worldwide.
The Australasian Hydrographic Society (AHS) is the South West Pacific and South East Asian regional focus for those interested in hydrography and related sciences. The recent and extraordinary progress in oceanology means that the maritime industry and ... Moreundersea exploration will be to this century, that which aviation and aerospace exploration was to the last.

In our region in particular, hydrographic and related information increasingly facilitates the generation, sustainment and transportation of resources. Better hydrographic and geophysical information now allows the responsible development of offshore projects that might have been considered financially untenable a matter of years ago. More accurate information will continue to allow the shipment of resources with greater effectiveness, speed and safety. Of perhaps greater significance is that the quality and quantity of data coming from hydrography and related sciences now allows undersea cabling and pipelines that are more direct, geophysically prudent and environmentally responsible.

Similarly, in the recent past there has been an examination of the security of regional interests, both in the private and public domains. There has been a growing acknowledgment amongst maritime services, such as police, customs and regional navies, that accurate hydrographic data in the littoral environment is fundamental to providing security, protection and humanitarian support.

In this challenging time it is apparent that hydrography and the associated skills that identify and ensure safe passage of shipping, irrespective of flag, are seen as bridging gaps in regional understanding, where few other lines of communication may exist. This is due to hydrography and the like being increasingly acknowledged as egalitarian in purpose and therefore humanitarian in the broadest sense. This is not new, but the extent of acknowledgement is.
Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) — as Australia's national regulatory body, we promote the safety and protection of our marine environment and combat ship-sourced pollution. We provide the infrastructure for safety of navigation in Australian ... Morewaters, and maintain a national search and rescue service for the maritime and aviation sectors.
BIMCO (Baltic and International Maritime Council) is the world's largest international shipping association, with 2,100 members in more than 120 countries. Our global membership includes shipowners, operators, managers, brokers and agents.... More

BIMCO's four core service areas provide value and trusted support to our members:

Our products include BIMCO’s world leading standard contracts and clauses for the shipping industry and our innovative contract editor SmartCon. We also run the BIMCO Shipping KPI System which can be used to benchmark ships’ operational performance.

Regulation: BIMCO takes an active role on behalf of shipowners during discussions and decisions with global and regional regulators. We work towards a level playing field for shipping – including fair trade and open access to markets.

Information and advice: we deal with 10,000 member queries every year on many issues and see over three million page views on our website each year. Our staff share their expert knowledge with members, giving practical advice to safeguard and add value to their businesses.

Our training activities include face-to-face courses, eLearning, webinars and tailor-made courses for companies.
Originally, we started out as the British Geotechnical Society, formed in 1949 as an unincorporated association. We became a registered charity by statutes adopted in December 1981 and amended in January 1997. We became the British Geotechnical Association ... More(BGA) by statutes adopted in June 2000 and amended in June 2005 and June 2011. The charity number is 284131.

We organise regular technical discussion meetings about a range of topics relevant to ground engineering. These include regular events such as the Rankine Lecture, the Touring Lecture (which travels around the UK regions), the Geotechnique Lecture, and the Geotechnical Engineering Lecture. We work closely with other learned societies and hold regular joint meetings and events with the Engineering Group of the Geological Society, the British Tunnelling Society, the International Geosynthetics Society, and the Offshore Engineering Society.

As well as awarding the role of the speaker for the prestigious Rankine Lecture, we periodically award the Skempton Medal and the BGA Medal for contributions to geotechnical engineering and associated publications. The Fleming Award is for team working and innovation in construction. Young engineers are eligible to enter the Cooling Prize and we now also award an annual prize for the best MSc dissertation in a ground engineering related subject.

The BGA is one of the most vibrant and active societies in engineering. Why not embed yourself within our community by joining the BGA. We offer special rates for students and the retired. Corporate membership is also available.
The Central Dredging Association (CEDA), founded in 1978, is an international, independent professional society for all those involved in activities related to dredging, water-based infrastructure and dredged sediment management and who live and work ... Morein Europe, Africa or the Middle East. It is an easy-to-access leading platform for the exchange of knowledge and an authoritative reference point for impartial technical and scientific information.

Through its publications, conferences, professional and educational activities and participation as non-governmental observer in numerous international regulatory bodies, CEDA fosters technological innovation, advancement of best practice and contributes to global sustainable development.

CEDA members – corporations, organisations and individuals – come from many different fields and include national government bodies and agencies, port and navigational authorities, owners of large infrastructures, dredging companies, equipment manufacturers, academia, research institutions, consultancy firms.

CEDA's views, positions as well as products and services are based on input from all professional groups within its membership and CEDA represents the common interests of all these fields.

CEDA has over 550 individual and 150 corporate members from 38 countries.
Decom North Sea is the single topic, multi region membership organisation which connects capability with opportunity across the oil and gas decommissioning sector. As a not for profit organisation, Decom North Sea is working to enhance knowledge transfer ... Moreand facilitate collaborative activities to deliver "innovative models" that minimise decommissioning costs, ensuring best value for tax payers and maximising business potential for its member companies.

Decom North Sea has grown since its inception in 2010 to more than 350 members drawn from operators, major contractors, service specialists and technology developers.

With decommissioning spend alone being forecast at an estimated £17.6 billion over the next decade (Oil & Gas UK Decommissioning Insight Report 2016), Decom North Sea play a vital role in solution development, cross sector learning and helping to build supply-chain capability. Decom North Sea work with a number of strategic partners including the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA), Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and Oil & Gas UK to achieve these objectives.
The most important tasks of Flanders' Maritime Cluster are the promotion, enhancement and development of marine and maritime activity in Flanders, Belgium. To make this a reality, we offer an annual program of activities in addition to our services. ... MoreIn order to optimally enjoy our offer as a company or organisation, you are cordially invited to become a member of Flanders' marine and maritime cluster organisation.
Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) is Canada's leading test center for in-stream tidal energy technology. FORCE works with developers, regulators, and researchers to study the potential for tidal turbines to operate within the Bay of Fundy ... Moreenvironment.

FORCE provides a shared observation facility, submarine cables, grid connection, and environmental monitoring at its pre-approved test site.

FORCE receives funding support from the Government of Canada, the Province of Nova Scotia, Encana Corporation, and participating developers.
Companies join the Global Wind Organisation (GWO) because together they can have a positive and meaningful influence on the safety and productivity of the workforce they employ. ... More

GWO members collaborate by sharing evidence and risk information such as injury statistics. This helps them identify areas of work in the wind power supply chain where the creation of standardised training can ensure safety for technicians, while delivering productivity benefits which grow as the standard becomes established.

We are a non-profit membership organisation where both wind turbine manufacturers and owners of wind turbines are eligible. Since our formation GWO has attracted many of the world's largest original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and wind turbine operators, training over 44,000 technicians in 2017.