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Old 01 March 2011, 11:57   #1
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BP Delta ARRC

Please could anybody help me out with a phone number or e-mail address for whoever is responsible for recruiting crew for these vessels? Perhaps drop me a PM.

Many thanks.
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Thanks for the help. Or lack of it.
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Old 07 March 2011, 13:19   #3
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Just googling for "BP ARRC" brings up a variety of pages which seem to include people with first hand experience of these boats (people doing fitting, offshore medics, and a guy who had just been recruited looking for more info). Those would all seem more likely routes to the info you are looking for than throwing your toys out the pram on here!

However as with many specialist roles, I'd think the way to get recruited is to show your ability in closely related areas (offshore FRC work etc) which will probably mean you know who the people to contact are (or they know where to come and find you).
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You will need to show a bit more control than that if you want to be an ARCC master

The ARCC boats hang off Grampian ships which iare owned by North Star shipping/Craig group. I believe that BP owns the ARCC boats but the mnagement and crewing of them is handled by North Star, Queens Ferry Aberdeen failing that try BP offshore, Marine department. Dyce

there is a member on the Forum called Delta Rich who is a marine architect for Delta who built the ARCC's for BP. I believe the integrated safety project was codenamed Jigsaw but I'm not sure ab
out that.

Follwing from Polwarts comets about FRC work. You need to be looking at Working on an ERRV and you will do better at getting OPITO Q'ualifications than RYA, Look ay Falke Nutec or RGIT Montrose lok for FRC oatman FRC Coxswain And Dughter Craft Coxswain
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The ARCC boats hang off Grampian ships which iare owned by North Star shipping/Craig group. I believe that BP owns the ARCC boats but the mnagement and crewing of them is handled by North Star, Queens Ferry Aberdeen failing that try BP offshore, Marine department. Dyce
I'm full of it! Sorry I'm fixated on North Star cos they run Avon 6.4's

I was just thinking about this and I remembered that the ships are blue not orange and the correct shiiping line is Highland Group managed by Vector in Aberdeen. Sent you more stuff by PM hope it helps
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Take a leaf out of your own book. 4 posts, all of 'em looking for answers.

Contribute or appreciate a bit fella

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