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Last updated: 8/16/2016
Kenneth Wahl, Marine Law Consulting Inc.
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Marine Law Consulting Inc.
8440 4th St N
Saint Petersburg
Florida
33702-3610  United States
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727 5804576 (Phone)
727 522 3155 (Fax)
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  NMMA - Associate Member, Port Supply, USCG
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Education/Experience
Masters Degree in Marine Science- 40 Years in the Marine Industry.
National Offshore Safety Advisory Committee Board member.
Social/Volunteer Organizations
National Offshore Safety Advisory Committee
American Professional Captains Asso.
USCG-AUX
Dept. of Homeland Security
USCG-NMC
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Marine Safety Consulting Firm, Servicing Companies and Professionals by supporting them with marine safety assessment guidance and risk mitigation, risk management consultation, analysis, accident reconstruction, and expert analysis in all matters pertaining to vessel operation, recreational boating safety and shipping accidents. Assist federal, state and local government agencies in matters pertaining to the regulation of vessels and maritime operations. We also provide Dynamic Positioning Audits and DP Vessel FMEAs (Failure Modes and Effects Analysis) can be undertaken to ensure the compliance of the vessel to the appropriate DP standards or others as required by the charterer or the vessel owner. The purpose of the audit is to satisfy the Company that the vessel is safe, suitable and ‘fit for purpose’ in accordance with Company DP Vessel Operations Procedure. The DP Audit consists of a detailed survey of the vessels position keeping systems related equipment and personnel. Followed by a series of function tests and trials designed to confirm the capabilities of both the system and the operators.
We also do, Marine & Safety Audits. This audit is required to ensure that the vessel meets the requirements of IMO and those specified for the ‘Certificate of Class’.
Vessel inspections will be based on the International Maritime Contractors Association.
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