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Interview :Marek Grzybowski 3 questions for Alfred Naskręt, Master Mariner, Director Maritime School Gdynia

CTW crews must be prepared to work even in unfavorable weather conditions

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Crew Transfer Vessel crews must be prepared to work even in unfavorable weather conditions. Ships equipped with DP systems should be operated by persons holding appropriate certificates issued by NI (Nautical Institute), including a heavy crane  with accompanying ballast operations
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Marek Grzybowski: Gdynia Maritime School will train builders and service technicians of offshore wind farms. How big are the staff shortages in the Wind Offshore industry?

Master Mariner Alfred Naskręt:  The estimated shortages in Poland are at the level of 40,000. I would like to add that the necessary employees are faced with increasingly higher conditions. There is not much time left until the construction of offshore wind farms begins. Therefore, we are planning a promotional campaign among young people and people who should change their industries. Support from the media is very welcome

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Marek Grzybowski: The Wind Offshore industry is developing dynamically. What specialists do you need to build and operate offshore wind farms?

Master Mariner Alfred Naskręt: First of all, a large number of “builders” is needed. The windmills are very well adapted to assembly. However, proper handling of folded parts requires a proper preparation. Basic training for safe work on a wind farm according to GWO (Global Wind Organization) standards is not enough.
New elements appear in a specific marine environment: environmental protection, evacuation from WTG (Wind Tower Generator) in case of fire, or survival in a raft. Let’s add to this the activities of the service fleet, e.g. CTV (Crew Transfer Vessel) and jack-up ships
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Marek Grzybowski: The Wind Offshore industry is a specific business. What staff will train specialists for ships, equipment assemblers, and service technicians?

Master Mariner Alfred Naskręt: Above I mentioned “builders”. Immediately after a group of service technicians shows up. Each WTG, under certain conditions, must be properly serviced (just like our cars, the time regime is maintained).
CTW crews must be prepared to work even in unfavorable weather conditions. Ships equipped with DP systems should be operated by persons holding appropriate certificates issued by NI (Nautical Institute), including a heavy crane with accompanying ballast operations. Let’s not forget the land service: workshops, logistics, and even hotel facilities. There is little time left.

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