Chris Dyson, a Senior Partner and Marine Engineer, Brookes Bell Group, notes that although the shipping and offshore industries are constantly striving to improve safety standards, incidents in the marine environment continue to occur, with considerable financial, environmental and human costs.
Chris Dyson has been with Brookes Bell Group since 1998. In 2003 he entered into partnership, and he continues to provide specialist advice as a Marine Engineer. Before joining the Brookes Bell team Chris served at sea for thirteen years on vessels including LPG and LNG carriers, Crude and product tankers and Large diesel electric passenger vessels. Rising to the rank of Second Engineer Chris’ expertise includes in depth knowledge of Slow speed engines, Medium speed diesel, Diesel electric propulsion and Steam turbines.
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