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Quality Assurance

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DNV certified Quality Assurance System

The Quality Assurance Document is intended as a minimum requirement offered by the Port Revel Training Center to ensure quality to users who wish to improve their ship handling skills by training. With over 50 years of experience and over 7000 pilots, masters and officers having attended the courses, Port Revel is the leader in this kind of training.
Adequate QA procedures are implemented at Port Revel in line with ISO 9001 requirements that Artelia (Sogreah) has been fulfilling since obtaining certification in 1995:

  • For evaluation by the customers in order to adapt the course content to their needs,
  • For innovations on equipment in order to improve services to be offered,
  • For ship handling research in order to update the course content,
  • For ship and equipment maintenance in order to minimize down time due to failures,
  • For security of staff and participants during operations in order to avoid danger,
  • For communications with customers and staff in order to avoid misunderstanding.

Safety Rules are in force at Port Revel. A specific document has been in place for a number of years and is regularly updated. In addition, annual visits from Sogreah / Artelia's Health, Safety and Working Conditions Committee ensure that safety and working conditions are rigorously monitored.

In 2014, Port Revel has been assessed, approved and certified by DNV under their standard 3.201 Learning Programmes (SeaSkill). Port Revel is the first manned model training center to obtain this certification.

Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance

Center - Quality Assurance - Port Revel

Port Revel is a permanent forum of ideas, an ideal meeting place where information and experience can be exchanged, or as a pilot once pointed out:

"In regular life, a practising pilot is always alone. He has no-one around to comment on or discuss a particular manoeuvre. The only times when a manoeuvre is analysed and commented is after an accident, when there is an inquiry. And that always takes place in a mood of tension. What I appreciate at Port Revel is that pilots observe your work in a calm, dispassionate and therefore constructive climate."

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