new ideas are proposed, encapsulated within Blue Riband, as possible solutions to the shortage of Marine
Engineers in Canada. The project presents a new way to manage the high
quality human capital needed, to make sure shipping remains viable, well
into the future.
You can visit the project’s website at http://www.blueriband.ca, to view what some of the ideas are.
Welcome to http://www.blueriband.ca,
a website created to expand the conversation on reforming and advancing
the Marine Engineering profession. Marine Engineers are highly trained
professionals who play a key role in the operation of ships, and other
offshore structures around the world.
This website exist to
introduce and discuss a series of ideas to make Marine Engineering more
sustainable in Canada. These ideas are grouped into a theoretical
business model called Blue Riband.
Blue Riband is a “big picture”
project that blends new ideas and best practices from various
institutions, to give a hybrid organization focused on Quality – Quality
in service to clients, quality of life for a marine engineering career.
“Best practices” from…
shipping enterprise, crewing agency, Union, Transport Canada, Class,
International Shipping Industry, Pilots Association, CIMarE, Class,
& other professional bodies – Doctors, PEng, Technologist.
There is an
area of The Common Rail, the electronic forum area of www.dieselduck.net to help move the discussion along.
not perfect, neither are the ideas of Blue Riband, or my presentation
of these ideas; if you see something that could use improvement, I’d like to hear from you…