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Global Marine Forms
New Business Unit
Global Marine Inc., of Hou- ston, Texas, recently announced the incorporation of a wholly owned subsidiary, Global Marine
Production Systems Inc.
Global Marine Production Sys- tems provides standardized off- shore production systems from stock for fast delivery and offers turnkey engineering and con- struction management services.
Activities are designed to help clients achieve early offshore pro- duction to accelerate positive cash flow in marginal fields and in other applicable field develop- ment projects.
Management consists of Harry
H. Bauer, president; John E.
Barnes, manager, structural en- gineering ; William K. Johnson, controller; Michael D. Jackson, manager, marketing; and Terry
L. Winters, manager, engineer- ing and construction.
For more information on Glo- bal Marine Production Systems,
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Field Operations Manager
For Cranes, Water Blasters
Frank L. McNabb has been promoted to field operations man- ager-cranes and water blasters for Weatherford Oilfield Products and Equipment of Houston, Tex- as. He will be responsible for field services and rental operations re- lated to American Aero cranes and American Water Blasters in the Gulf Coast region.
Mr. McNabb, formerly based in Houma, La., will be trans- ferred to Houston. He joined the
Weatherford organization in 1979 as a service mechanic for Amer- ican Aero cranes and American
Water Blasters in Houma. Prior to joining Weatherford, Mr. Mc-
Nabb compiled more than 10 years' experience in hydraulic service operations.
Weatherford is a major sup- plier of hydraulic pedestal cranes to the offshore drilling and pro- duction industries. The company also reports it was the first
U.S. commercial manufacturer of high-pressure water jetting equip- ment.
Fisher Maritime To Hold
Eight Workshops On
A series of eight one-day work- shops on the "Fundamentals of
Liability Avoidance for Marine and Small Craft Management and
Engineering" will be given across the nation this spring. The work- shops will discuss many of the forms of liabilities that arise in each of construction, design, re- pair, and operation.
Conducted by Fisher Maritime
Transportation Counselors, the workshops will be presented in
Los Angeles on April 18, Seattle on April 20, Boston on April 29,
Philadelphia on May 12, New
Orleans on May 17, St. Louis on
May 19, Jacksonville on June 1, and Houston on June 3.
The workshops are updated from a similar series conducted in 1981 for the marine and small craft industry. Over 180 firms participated by sending one to six representatives to the work- shops.
Some of the major topics cov- ered in each workshop include: court-accepted definitions of de- fects, evaluating design alterna- tives for safety, liability for ves- sel inspection, adequacy of insur- ance coverages, court interpreta- tions of "safe" designs, operat- ing and maintenance manuals, and incoming materials inspec- tions.
The workshops will also ad- dress purchase orders, files and record keeping, repairer's liabil- ity for non-performed work, the dangers of adhering to industry standards, hidden warranties giv- en by builders, and the "flow" of potential liability from supplier to installer.
Details and registration infor- mation can be obtained from
Fisher Maritime by calling (201) 763-4266 or writing to 50 South
Orange Avenue, South Orange,
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