Norsafe introduces GES 21

31.March 2015: 

Norsafe has developed a new 21 foot freefall lifeboat with room for 26 persons and maximum drop height from about 20 metres.  Read more...
 
 Successful testing for Statoil Mariner

31.March 2015: 

Norsafe has conducted inshore full scale drop testing of five GES52 freefall lifeboats for the Statoil Mariner project.  Read more...
 
 WheatStone platform on it's way to Australia

31.March 2015: 

Chevron's Wheatstone platform, with three Norsafe GES 50 MKIII free-fall lifeboats installed, is now on it's way to Western Australia's coast.  Read more...
 
 Taking hold in the milpro market

18.March 2015: 

Norsafe recently opened a new Military and Professional department, and the delegation that attended the Index/Navdex exhibition is reporting a great interest to our new military purpose built boats. Read more...
 
 Mariner davits on it’s way to Korea

18.March 2015: 

After last week’s successful Final Inspection together with customer inspectors, it was time to load the Mariner davit structure (5 X SW52) onboard MV-MICHELLE for transportation to Norsafe Korea. Another important milestone has been completed and the lifeboat davits are now on its long journey to Norsafe Korea.  Read more...
 
 Approves Norsafe as a certifying course provider

11.March 2015: 

Norsafe Academy has now been approved by the Norwegian Maritime Authority to arrange certifying courses according to the international STCW code.  Read more...
 
 Norsafe Academy receives Flag State Approval

11.March 2015: 

In our process of developing Norsafe Academy as a renowned training facility globally, we are proud to announce the first Flag State Approval. Marshall Islands approve our training facility in Greece to complete Proficiency training on survival craft and rescue boats, in accordance to STCW demands. Read more...
 
 Renew your certificates every five years

11.March 2015: 

According to the “Regulations concerning qualifications and certificates for seafarer” from the Norwegian Maritime Directorate, all seafarers must renew their safety training every five years for the certificates to be valid.  Read more...