World Class Quality
Commitment to quality is the foundation of SQE Marine, as it serves clients and benefits our bottom line. Our solutions ultimately distinguish our position within the industry.
Value for Money
Value for money is not about providing the lowest price. Instead is providing the best value for a reasonable budget, fully tailored to client needs.
Established in 1998 and continuously expanding our product & services portfolio, we are proud that we have served so far more than 1,400 clients across the globe.
One of the key shipboard challenges is the proper implementation of Company’s SMS that is being inspected and audited on a continuous basis. Looking for the right people on the right ship with the rights systems?
Several Regulations require specific documentation to be placed and staff members to be familiarized with the requirements to ensure operational readiness.
An audit can apply to an entire organization or might be specific to a function, process, or production step. Ensure compliance and conformance the inspection requirements with our services!
We operate on the highest standards and foster transparency, this is why we have provided full price range and extensive work samples on this website.
Several Regulations require specific shipboard documentation to be placed onboard and crew to be familiarized with all the requirements to ensure operational readiness. Want an SMS fully tailored to your needs?
We are providing open, in house, distance and licensed training courses fully tailored to corporate and industry needs.
Forthcoming Training Courses
New training courses will be announced soon.
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Latest News / Blog Posts
VIDA requires EPA to develop national standards of performance for incidental discharges (similar to the discharges in the EPA 2013 Vessel General Permit (VGP)) by December 2020.
IMO issued Resolution MSC.428(98) as a response to the several cyber attacks occurred and to address cyber security within shipping, setting the legislation frame for cyber security, requiring “cyber risks to be appropriately addressed in SMS no later than the first annual verification of the company’s DoC after 1 January 2021”.
World Maritime University (WMU) launched a report, focusing on the systemic failures in the implementation of the regulatory regime for seafarers’ hours of work and rest, undermining the credibility of international regulations relating to working hours.