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SRC has entered into a long term deal to provide specialist consultancy services to the Commonwealth of Australia in support of Project SEA 1354 for the procurement of a new Submarine Rescue capability. The contract will run for up to 2 years, to a maximum value of $175,000 AUD. The bulk of the work will take place in the UK.
The SEACOR AZTECA (IMO 9707285) became the 2000th suitable MOSHIP for deployable Rescue Systems to be tracked within SRC's dedicated real-time tracking application. All 2000 ships are considered suitable for the embarkation of rescue systems, being at least 60m in length and with an available deck area of at least 500 square metres. Most ships tracked vastly exceed these basic requirements. For further information of how you could access this treasure trove of relevant information, and use it to improve your rescue capability please get in touch
23 students completed the 2015 CRF course organised by the RAN and delivered at HMAS STIRLING (Fleet Base West). As well as a significant Australian presence, there were students from USA, Canada, Netherlands, UK, Sweden and Vietnam. SRC proud to have provided a major contribution, and extremely pleased with the very positive feedback received.
SRC will assist RAN SMERAS Staff in delivering the CRF Course to be held in HMAS STIRLING, Rockingham, WA during the period 9-20 March 2015. This will be the third time that Stewart Little will have delivered this course, the only accredited CRF course in the world.
SRC will have a table at the 2014 SMERWG Industry Reception at the Naval Barracks in Amsterdam, Wed 9 July. Main topics will be MOSHIP Tracking and CRF/REC Training.
SRC will also be supporting the Australian delegation in a presentation on a proposed CRF training course.
Come along and find out more!
SRC has started a financial award scheme aimed at children of Rescue personnel. The scheme will be used to financially support such children taking part in extra-curricular educational, sporting and leadership activities. To apply, provide brief details through the `Contact Us` tab.
We are delighted to announce that Submarine Rescue Consultancy has now gone live, and we look forward to working with you in the future.