It’s all about safely crossing over
The elegantly arched Wakamatsu Bridge is the everyday view from our office. It is come naturally to ask ourselves what is the meaning of a bridge. What do bridges symbolize to people? By tradition, the bridge means connections, stability and progress. Often people view bridges as the main way to reach a destination, and therefore bridges are a way to cross over obstacles. But this is exactly what we are doing during our NSTC survival trainings: here people are learning how to overcome a potentially dangerous situation, they get the knowledge and skills to build a bridge that leads to safety.
This week passed quickly. We had held a BOSIET course from May 17 to 19, blessed by a wonderful Japanese spring weather.
At the end of the BOSIET course one of the delegates has shared his feeling of increased confidence in travelling offshore on post-training questionnaire
“I am very satisfied as the training was very fruitful. I had joined many seminars and trainings, but the training here was the most fruitful training. I have been working at site for long years, but I now feel that I should have not work at site without training like this.”