While winter can be pretty mild along the Gulf coast, there are areas where shipyards need to prepare for the winter.
Electrical engineers are in high demand across multiple industries, but the excitement of working at a shipyard can be difficult to pass up.
Benefits packages for employees have been a major topic of discussion this year. With the discussion about essential workers and the long-term impact of the pandemic on the table, employers are considering the best ways to attract and maintain top employees.
Have you considered taking your welding skills to the maritime industry? Shipbuilding can be a rewarding and lucrative career, and welding is always in demand.
When hiring for shipyard positions, does your company use skills testing? If so, how do you use the results to make informed hiring decisions? There are a variety of skills you can test for, including fabrication, math, and specializations such as welding or electrical experience.
Most of us desire career advancement and satisfaction throughout our working years. Even if you start in an entry-level position at a shipyard, you have an opportunity to work your way up and advance your career.
At Hutco, we believe safety is one of our most important core values. Within any fabrication environment, safety is an essential consideration.
Are you out of work due to the COVID-19 pandemic? If so, you may be worried that your welding skills aren’t staying fresh.
Risk prevention is essential in terms of industrial environments. There will always be an element of risk, but that’s exactly why it’s important to focus and refocus on the risks your business specifically faces every day.
Safety is always important in manufacturing environments, whether you’re the employee or the employer.