NINA at Work - February 2012
NINA in Zweden
It’s all very well for a yard to have its paperwork in order, but what happens in practice is much more important. For example, what’s the point in having a certified jetty if the welder hangs off it? The Öresund yard introduced NINA to change the culture – and it has succeeded.
NINA blog: Appreciation
What the crew of the Nordic Giant have to say about NINA
Skipper Jarmo Huotari: “When we had to lift three 100-ton spud poles out of the ship, we first did the risk inventory and then we worked out a lifting plan and informed everyone. Although I’m someone who just wants to get on with things, I recognize the
value of this procedure. It makes everything clear and avoids nasty surprises, making the work safer and more efficient.”