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MaritimeProfessional 16 28 56 59 statistics career pro? le regulation 10 The Perfect Storm 28 WISTA Leads the Way 26 Drug Testing & the Law | | |
Maritime Employment and the Alexandra Anagnostis-Irons and Jeanne Clarifying 46 CFR Part 16 Drug
Generational Gap. Grasso help grow WISTA’s in? uence. Testing Requirements.
By Eric Peters By Joseph Keefe By Walter J. Brudzinski 56 Ice Navigation | career development
Amendments to the Polar Code underscore | the need for competence in Arctic waters.
12 The Other Side of the Flange 38 ‘80s Brain Drain |
By Dr. Orson Smith and
MarPro examines the human resources Companies struggle to balance cost-cut-
Captain Michael Terminel ting with skills retention. aspect of the OW Bunker collapse.
By Barry Parker By Patricia Keefe statistics (part II) 62 Safety on the High Seas |
Losses decline, new threats emerge, the human element worries. 16 So, You (still) want to 59 Maritime Professional | | be in Bunkers? Development in India
A primer for the curious from marine fuel Changing priorities and enabling transi- 8 | Editor’ s Note giant Dan-Bunkering. tions in India.
9 | The List
By Joseph Keefe By Unudurti R.P. Sudhakar 51 | Editorial Calendar 64 | Advertiser’s Index 4 Maritime Professional 2Q 2015I I