A world without seafarers would be a world left unknown. And therefore we took this opportunity to commemorate the contribution made by our seafarers by celebrating 5th April, National Maritime Day with exciting team building activities like The Roadblock (Minefield) and Human Knot to increase a sense of belonging among our sea staff.
A festival of spring, love and colours celebrated across India makes Holi a special occasion for socialising and celebrating joy. We encouraged our sea staff to enjoy with colours and exciting activities as mentioned below:
The LPG/C Saltram is a storage tanker at Suape in Brazil. As vessel is under Brazilian Cabotage, it is mandatory to employ some Brazilians staff on board. Vessel has several Brazilian women working on board in rotation as deck officers and engineers. These lady officers work with equal vigour, energy and dedication as men.
ASSET (Anglo Eastern Staff Satisfaction & Engagement Team) introduced a concept of Building Relationships Onboard (B.R.O) in order to identify the most approachable individual on board (Healer), who would then encourage positive culture/ environment on our vessels.
Most of us wouldn’t like the idea of allowing young children being exposed to screens long hours spells – Whether it’s the phone, computer screen, Kindle, tablet or any other digital device born from technological advancements.
My first owned motorcycle was purchased right next to Anglo Eastern office in Sion 17 years ago. The craze to own one with your own hard earned money was a feeling no one can explain. So I went ahead and brought it for a mere 8ks .