New Quality Assurance And Environmental/Safety Directors At IMC

International Marine Carriers (IMC) has appointed David M.

Walton as senior vice president of quality assurance, and John O'Conner the manager of environmental and safety control. IMC is a leading international marine transportation management and operations organization based in Mineola, N.Y., with 20 years of experience in the marine management industry.

Working with IMC's president and CEO Robert G. Wellner and vice president and chief operating officer Thomas F. Keenan, Mr.

Walton will ensure that the company's level of shoreside and fleet management quality control, regulatory compliance and certification are maintained.

Mr. Walton formerly served the company as head of IMC's four Fast Sealift Ships (FSS).

In his position as manager of environmental protection and safety, Mr. O'Conner will supervise and monitor all shore and ship-based programs to ensure their compliance with federal, state and local regulations.

Mr. O'Conner brings 14 years of sailing and marine operations experience to IMC. In addition to his Unlimited Tonnage Chief Mate's License, his background also includes developing pollution emergency response plans and the creation of pollution prevention training programs for ship and management personnel.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 4,  May 1992

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