TOS has been awarded a multi-year crewing framework agreement making it one of Boskalis’ suppliers for nautical, technical and offshore wind personnel worldwide.
On the 23th – 25th of November 2021, TOS will be exhibiting at the WindEurope Electric City 2021, you can find us at stand C1-B21.
Training vessel: On 4 June, our Branch Manager Rudolf Zak was invited, as the only representative of all staffing agencies in the Czech Republic
MAROF Sollicitatietraining: Binnenkort gaan alle tweedejaars HBO MAROF studenten op zoek naar een stageplaats aan boord. Jeremy Stork & Jolie
Today is World Maritime Day in honour of all workers at sea. On this day, we focus on the importance of shipping safety, maritime security and the marine environment. So, stay healthy, stay safe and stay positive!
Over the last couple of weeks, we have worked hard to find ways to get our crew home safely. But also to get our colleagues back to work. After many organisational hurdles behind the scenes, we managed to arrange a charter flight and repatriate more than fifty crew members from Lagos, Nigeria.
Working offshore means working in exceptional circumstances so you need to do safety training first. Once you’ve done courses like basic offshore, banksmen, rigging and slinging, you’re qualified to go. TOS helped me and I was soon ready to start.
ALLROUND CAPTAIN PATRICK: ‘I don’t think there is a single vessel that Patrik can’t sail. He started working for TOS in 2015 as a Chief Officer on a dredger.
On (26), 27 and 28 October 2020, TOS will be exhibiting at Offshore Energy 2020 (OE20). OE20 is the fastest growing gathering of offshore industry professionals. Founded in 2008, Offshore Energy has been breaking records year after year.
Barnhoorn: ‘Since this is a voyage of more than 7,000 nautical miles, the vessel has to sail for approximately 45 days. It’s a relatively long journey for such a small but powerful tug. The living area on board is limited for such a period.