May 13-14, 2014
Stamford Marriott Stamford, CT Keynote Address Deborah franco, Vice president Hr, HsQe, and administration, Harley marine services, inc.
Conference Topics Human factors: safety and training Subchapter M, Crew Endurance Management and onboard training
LnG suppLy and bunkering Where’s the supply of LNG going to come from?
WHat opportunities are there for building new barges? Articulated Tug Barges, LNG, LPG, and deck barges
epa tier 4 compliance Be fully prepared for the 2014 phase-in of standards for marine diesel engines
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Harley marine services (Hms) is raising the bar on operational responsibility One of the fastest-growing marine transportation providers in the country, HMS has made a serious commitment to safety, the environment and responsible operations. It’s received ISO 9001 (Safety), 14001 (Environment) and ISM Certifications with ABS and is in the process of attaining OHS&S 18001 (Occupational Health and Safety) certification.
spearheading the company’s certification efforts is Deborah franco Combining her experience at HMS with the industry insights of an AWO boardmember, Deborah will discuss some of the major challenges faced by the tug and barge segment. Deborah will also reveal Harley Marine’s strategy to keep HMS growing and how it plans to stay in the forefront of environmental leadership and stewardship. Join us at tugs & Barges 2014 for this and other crucial, business-changing perspectives.