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The AWO-RCP, Subchapter M, and ISO Certification

Posted by Dillon Hogan on June 12, 2018

A story of Total Quality Management for an inland marine company.

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2 Things You Should Know About Dropping Water Temps

Posted by Samantha Schmitz on November 04, 2016

As we begin the month of November those of us that work in and around the water have to start planning for seasonal changes and the accompanying cold weather challenges.  Water temperatures begin to drop rapidly, sometimes over a degree Fahrenheit (F) per day.  This presents a whole new bunch of logistical and safety risks. 

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Subchapter M is Released! What's in Store for Contractors?

Posted by Dan Palen on October 21, 2016

On June 20th, the U.S. Coast Guard published the final version of 46 CFR Subchapter M, a long
awaited revamp of the laws that govern the inland waterway system.  Over the next 11 years, all commercial towing vessels that are longer than 26 feet in length will have to comply to a set of new
rules and regulations.  

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Become a Master of Towing Vessels - Part 1

Posted by Samantha Schmitz on May 25, 2012

Have you ever wondered how you can get a job running a tow boat up and down the Mississippi River?  Did you know that there is actually a shortage of river boat pilots? 

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