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  • Concurrent with the National Council Congress and Exposition in Chicago, 111., October 17-20, Todd Shipyards Corporation held its own Safety Conference at the Oxford House Hotel in Chicago.

    Attending the Todd Conference were safety engineers, personnel managers and workers' compensation claims control people. In all, approximately 18 people participated in the sessions. Harry Fisher, Todd's corporate manager of insurance, led the discussions on the impact the Safety Program has on workers' compensation.

    Joe Berthelot, of Todd New Orleans, La., covered the personnel/manager/safety engineer and claims coordination.

    Clifford Jones, director of corporate resources, led the conference sessions dealing with new employee i n d o c t r i n a t i o n programs, and techniques in training and motivating supervisors in accident prevention. Supplemental discussions on other topics related to Todd's Accident Prevention / Safety / Workers' Compensation Programs were participated in by Todd's insurance carrier and broker.

    The individual representatives from each of the yards led various sessions of the conference devoted to OSHA and NIOSH approved safety equipment. These workshop sessions dealing with the acceptable safety apparatus, equipment and aids, including personnel protection items, resulted in the Todd Corporation adopting specific standards to insure compliance with Federal and state laws.

    In addition to Todd's in-house conference, many of the attendees participated in the Shipbuilders Council of America's Industrial Health and Safety Committee meeting, which was held at the Conrad Hilton Hotel. A highlight of this meeting was the showing of Todd's new slide presentation titled "Working Safely at Todd." The Todd Safety Conference, with representatives from all of its divisions, is a continuation and an extension of Todd's intra-house company policy for the exchange of ideas on increasing operating efficiency and personnel performance.

  • J.T. Gilbride, chairman, announced that Todd Shipyards Corporation will present to its stockholders William H. Todd, 54, financial advisor, as a nominee for election to the board of directors at the annual meeting on July 19, 1978. In commenting on the nomination, Mr. Gilbride said: "Over the years

  • Todd Shipyards Corporation, headquartered in Jersey City, N.J., recently reported a profitable fiscal 1987 first quarter and the appointment of two Todd executives to top management positions. Following the retirement of J.T. Gilbride chairman and chief executive officer, at a meeting held immediately

  • Carl R. Meurk, executive vice president of Todd Pacific Shipyards, was the recipient of the National Management Association's Silver Knight award in the NMA Todd Seattle Chapter's special presentation recently at the Tyee Yacht Club. The Silver Knight of Management is the highest award the NMA

  • Todd Pacific Shipyards, Seattle Division, recently sponsored the first international marine diesel engine seminar to be held on the West Coast. Four major diesel manufacturers made half-day presentations at the two-day conference that was attended by more than 150 persons representing more than 40

  • officer and a director since 1981, to succeed Mr. Gilbride as chairman and chief executive officer, and John T. Gilbride Jr., vice president of Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation and general manager of Todd's Seattle Division to become president and chief operating officer, effective July 16, 1986

  • Keel-laying ceremonies for the first guided missile frigate (FFG-7 Class) follow-on ship was held April 29 at Todd Shipyards, Seattle (Wash.) Division. This ship, designated FFG-10, is the first in a multi-ship Navy program which may run through the next 10 years. The principal speaker for the keel-

  • Todd Shipyards Corporation reported recently that the U.S. Navy had exercised options amounting to $21.6 million authorizing Todd's Galveston Division to proceed with the modification of the S/S Great Republic, the second of two C5-6- 78A Seabridge Class roll-on/roll-off (RO/RO) container cargo type

  • are an important source for solutions to today's energy problems. Besides F.A. Hughes of Epsom, England, the Fuel Tech organization is comprised of Todd Combustion, Inc. (TCI); International Power Chemicals, Inc. (IPC); and Todd Marine, Inc. Todd Marine Inc. is chartered to represent Fuel Tech, Inc

  • and maintenance of small ocean craft, inland waterway tugs, and barges of up to about 6,000 dwt was dedicated recently at the New Orleans Division of Todd Shipyards Corporation. The new 306-foot by 65- foot drydock, combined with the addition of a 450-foot wharf and the reconstruction of another 525- foot

  • Although the recent commismissioning of the guided-missile frigate HMAS Adelaide appeared ordinary and publicity-shy at Todd Pacific Shipyards, it was a historic event. First, it was learned Her Majesty's Australian Ship Adelaide is considered the newest and first Australian Navy ship built for Aust

  • Harrison G. Rowe has been appointed general manager of the San Francisco Division of Todd Shipyards Corporation, succeeding Angel Garate who has retired after a long Todd career, according to an announcement by Arthur W. Stout Jr., president of Todd. Ross J. Jeffrey has been appointed assistant general

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    November 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 46

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    to bear out the op- Within these ? eets, roughly 1,000 are Large peers have faced rough currents. 15 operating in the U.S. GOM). Mexi- timism of Todd Hornbeck and others. classi? ed as “stacked” with a little under The parent company of Bourbon Marine co, where Hornbeck Offshore Services Evercore

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Seaspan Shipyards 
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    November 2019 - Marine News page: 95

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    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 22

    Case Study Plastics in the Ocean Photo: © Alejandro/AdobeStock Plastics in Marine Sediment An explosion since WWII he amount of plastic fragments in Santa Barbara The study is the ? rst of its kind in that it examined accumula- Basin sediments has been increasing exponentially tion of plastic over time

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THOUGHT LEADERSHIP CLASSIFICATION
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    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 62

    T THOUGHT LEADERSHIP CLASSIFICATION How Should Classi? cation Evolve to meet the needs of a modern maritime industry? By Arun Sharma, Executive Chairman, Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) Arun Sharma is Execu- tive Chairman of the In- dian Register of Shipping (IRClass) and Chairman of IACS. Courtesy

  • MR Oct-19#33 HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL
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    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 33

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    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 31

    HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL early 2016. By 2019, multiple export travelling in ballast…” typically after (which began in late 2015); these move shipping, has the potential to bring about facilities had already come online, with discharging on the U.S. West Coast and on Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCCs)

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    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 29

    HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL in the event of military activity, drove an ef- lantic. Transits by other well known, but long to be the ? rst ship through the widened canal, fort at Canal expansion, in the early 1940s, gone, U.S. carriers including Grace Line, sailing westwards. Five days later, in the

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    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 27

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    , playing a major role Canadian Capt. Vice Adm. Rob Parker, who has previ- dawn of autonomous shipping, electron- in debris removal and infrastructure re- Todd Bonner, currently stationed at ously served as the Master of Ceremo- ic navigation, advances in fuel systems development. This system meets our Combined

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    September 2019 - Marine News page: 47

    ? t from DP. As DP technology evolves, sensor tech- nology is allowing DP systems the capability to do things they couldn’t, just 10 short years ago. Todd adds, “As this technology continues to develop, it will open new oppor- tunities for DP in other market sectors.” As DP systems evolve further, more

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    September 2019 - Marine News page: 46

    maturity, the pricing to out? t vessels with DP has transition to a new system appears very straight forward, come down appreciably. And, says Beier’s Todd, “The soft- but a DP operator must be able to smartly assess and act in ware is mature but advancements in hardware and sensor failure conditions

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    September 2019 - Marine News page: 45

    oil and gas. Both need a stable, well positioned vessel to provide equipment, support, maintenance and supplies to the offshore structures.” – Ben Todd, Vice President and COO, Beier Integrated Systems (Phase 1, Phase 3 Courses and Assessments) for dynamic in all the schemes, with each posting the

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    September 2019 - Marine News page: 44

    Integrated Systems, LLC and GE’s Power qualify and operate this equipment are vast. And yet, Ben Conversion business own and operate U.S. Gulf Coast- Todd, Vice President and COO of Beier Integrated Sys- based training facilities that speci? cally target dynamic tems, a major stakeholder in the DP equipment

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    Authors Contributors & Mr. DeMarcay is a partner in Nicolette Nye is Vice Presi- the law ? rm of Baldwin Haspel dent of Communications and Burke & Mayer. His areas of Member Development of the practice include Commercial National Ocean Industries MarineNews Litigation, Admiralty, Personal Associati

  • MN Oct-19#52 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
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    October 2019 - Marine News page: 52

    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS USMMA Advisory Board Chao MarcusFitzgeraldCedeno Frostad Pickel Toomy King supervision of the business and affairs U.S. DOT Secretary Names AIWA Prepares for 20th of the company. He will be responsible USMMA Advisory Board Anniversary Annual Meeting U.S. Transportation Secretary

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  • MT Jul-19#54 MTR 100
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    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 54

    MTR 100 Schmidt Marine Technology Partners Mark Schrope, Director No. of Employees: 3 www.schmidtmarine.org Schmidt Marine Technology Partners (SMTP) is a relatively new program of the Schmidt Family Foundation estab- Schmidt Ocean Institute lished in 2015. SMTP helps to grow early stage marine technologi

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    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 50

    MTR 100 McLane Research Labs E. Falmouth, Mass. President/CEO: Susumu Honjo No. of Employees: 20 https://mclanelabs.com McLane Research Laboratories, founded in 1983, is a leader in time-series in-situ oceanographic pro? lers, samplers, and ? otation. In 2019, McLane launched the Credit: Rebecca

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    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 42

    MTR 100 InterMoor Houston, Texas, President/CEO: Mark Jones, CEO No. of Employees: 300 www.intermoor.com InterMoor In the past 12 months, InterMoor was chosen by operators form of chain pocket, wire roller and detachable and locking and large contractors to secure some of the largest ? oating mechanisms

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    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 38

    MTR 100 station in the North Sea, working with communications ? rm this project also tested the ability to transfer power through the Tampnet, to support ? eld construction operations. winch/mooring line itself, which would remove the need for The lines used to drive the winches are UV (sunlight) and