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NOTICE ON COVID-19
Please be advised that in virtue of the proliferation prevention of COVID-19 Navis Crew Management will be shifted to work remotely during the quarantine period. You may get in touch with us via our regular contact details: https://navis-odessa.com/contacts
The successful running of a ship depends on the labor effort, discipline and teamwork of the entire crew, from Master to Apprentice, thus we all search for the perfect Master; the proficient, the motivator, the tutor, the one available 48 hours a day, the one with 20 years in the rank at the age of 35, the patient one, the flawless one, who is always “ready when needed one”.
It is important for Shipowners to avoid unnecessary operating costs and one of the few variable components is crewing. The countervailing influence is ship efficiency and many companies put extra competent officers and crew onboard above the minimum required to facilitate onboard maintenance and port operations. Likewise High Synergy arises in course of seafarers’ cooperation with different complementary skills (for example cooperation of people with organizational and technical skills). Hereby well-skilled and properly selected crew makes shipping more efficient and meaningful.
Crewing and Manning Activity
Navis Crew Management (NCM) assigns well-qualified, experienced, skilled and certified ratings and officers on all types of vessels within merchant and offshore in compliance with IMO STCW Code 2010, ILO MLC 2006 qualification requirements and according to the Standards of ISO 9001:2015.
NCM sets up the Quality Management System based on the principle of “Pareto efficiency”.
We are proud to support Cadet Training Programme developing and advancing our future offshore officers in all onboard disciplines - Deck, Engineering and ETO. A diverse fleet enables cadets to gain sea experience of a cross sector on different types of vessels. Our strategy is to encourage the graduates to pursue a long term career growth within our Company.
NCM promotes the right values and attitudes towards work by means of the Standards of Cultural Management Skills and Values Formation as well as through Shipowner specific briefings for safety and proper decorum in the corresponding working environment.
NCM conducts the required briefing to crewmembers concerning the types of vessels they are to embark, their functional duties, responsibilities and background of the Company. There is also a company code to avoid sea accidents, proper decorum and protocol expected from them as competent seafarers. It emphasizes the obligation, dedication and loyalty to the vessel and its owner, superiors, cargo, passengers and crewmembers.
One of the major factors influencing seafarers’ psychology while on board is their families at home. We are always ready to provide our crewmembers’ families with any assistance to ensure productive and effective work on board.
Upon receiving notification about the next employment contract, we inform and assist seafarers with their documents, i.e. renewal/extension.
NCMcreates and develops a pool with the same seafarers to return on board vessels upon request. Crew is kept updated on retention programme regarding proper recruitment and appropriate transportation.