Bahamas Maritime Authority assigns Deputy Director (Maritime Affairs)

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Captain Ghulam Hussain, Deputy Director (Maritime Affairs), Bahamas Maritime Authority

The Bahamas Maritime Authority (BMA) has actually assignedCapt Ghulam Hussain as Deputy Director (Maritime Affairs) with obligation for Bahamas depiction at IMO as well as intergovernmental conferences.

Hussain signs up with the BMA having lately held a comparable setting at the Nautical Institute where he was Technical Manager as well as Head of IMODelegation In that duty he acquired comprehensive experience functioning within both Working as well as Correspondence Groups at the IMO.

With greater than 35 years of maritime experience, Hussain holds a U.K. Master Mariner Certificate of Competency as well as went to sea for 14 years. Subsequently he operated in numerous naval areas consisting of acting as Chief Executive Officer of a ship having business, acting as its Designated Person Ashore (DPA). He is likewise an accepted ISO 9001 Lead Auditor.

In 2014 he signed up with the Nautical Institute (London) as Accreditation Manager as well as headed the Dynamic Positioning (DP) Accreditation Department, expanding his knowledge in managing its around the world DP Scheme at an essential time for the overseas sector.

“Captain Hussain brings to this post a comprehensive list of qualifications and accomplishments,” claimedCapt Dwain Hutchinson, Managing Director as well as Chief Executive Officer of the BMA. “He is a well-respected figure in the maritime field and the shipping industry, having held senior roles in various professional organizations, with commendable and inspirational world-wide exposure and considerable experience in dealing with global maritime issues. His expertise, talent and skills are a welcome addition to our organization and we are delighted that he has chosen to join us. Captain Hussain will be taking over from Marie Caillerie whose contributions have been greatly appreciated by us all. Her expertise, professionalism and competence have solidified and enhanced The Bahamas leadership role in the regulatory process and maintained our quality reputation with our global stakeholders.”

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