Students will be prepared to carry out the internal, supplier audits required by the ISO 9001. Have a full understanding of the documentation and auditing processes; examine the inter-relationship with Quality, Environmental & Safety Management Systems; gain practical skills & techniques, dos & don’ts of the voluntary ISO 9001.
The course is designed for marine safety professionals, ship owners, ship management specialists, and marine consultants. Participants are introduced to the evolution of the ISM code, safety management principle and how they apply to safe ship operation, and how to plan and prepare for audits.
The Penbay Chapter will have its fall meeting on Wednesday, November 20th at the Sail, Power and Steam Museum in Rockland. TS State of Maine Chief Engineer Sandy Cameron 84’E will be the guest speaker.
RSVP to Lindsey before November 12 at email@example.com
Section 608 of the Federal Clean Air Act requires persons who work with or purchase regulated refrigerants for stationary equipment to become certified through a closed book exam. This examination is a total of 100 questions, broken down into four sections: Core, Type‐I, Type‐II and Type‐III. The certification types are defined as follows:
Type‐I: Required for servicing small appliances
Type‐II: Required for servicing or disposing of high‐pressure appliances, except small appliances and MVACs
Type‐III: Required for servicing or disposing of low‐pressure appliances
Universal: Earned when a candidate successfully passes all four sections of the exam.
Candidates must pass the Core secon along with one or more of the Types to earn a certification.
Materials Allowed: A calculator (four‐function preferred,) a pressure/temperature chart and scratch paper.
Time to Complete Exam: 2 hours
Passing Score for Each Section: 70% or better.
Maine Maritime Academy will be at the Pacific Maritime Expo, happening November 21-23, 2019. Stop by and see us at booth 643!
Details here: http://www.pacificmarineexpo.com
Thursday, November 21: 10am-5pm
Friday, November 22: 10am-5pm
Saturday, November 23: 10am-2pm