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.
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.
On the 26th – 28th of November 2019, TOS will be exhibiting at the WindEurope Offshore 2019, you can find us at stand E-C10.03. WindEurope Offshore 2019 is the world’s most renowned meeting place for the offshore wind industry. In 2017 the event provided a platform to 400 exhibitors, enabling them to showcase their expertise, to expand their network and to learn about the latest trends in the offshore wind sector.
We can see the barge from our HQ in the Waalhaven. Only two harbour basins further away, we can spot the JB-115. Visiting the barge, we received a warm welcome from our crew. Mijke Zabel, Senior Consultant Offshore, with most of the crew in the galley.
WE ARE READY! Welcome at WindEnergy Hamburg. Our crew at stand B7.480.02 is ready to inform all visitors of the four days exhibition about our People & Ship Delivery services. WindEnergy Hamburg is the world’s largest wind energy conference and exhibition. Global Wind Summit combines the WindEnergy Hamburg and the global conference of WindEurope.
TOS has a strong knowledge/database on maritime & offshore personnel with relevant education and certification. As a growing company, we benefit from this. Furthermore, their open communication is really appreciated by myself and team-members working closely with TOS. I would recommend TOS to other companies due to the fact they are knowledgeable and think in solutions, not problems.’
While sailing on a Multi Purpose Barge near the coast of Walney Island (UK), Tony (Rigger) made beautiful pictures of the offshore wind farm, Walney 1.