Information security is a big topic in technology circles. But many people don’t realize the impact it can have on other industries, like marine and shipbuilding.
Feeling stress at work is normal. What isn’t normal is allowing that stress to consume you until you’re unable to cope with your day to day duties.
There is both an art and a science to hiring. You need to match skills to duties, but there is so much more than that.
As we head toward the summer months, it’s important that we pay attention to hydration. Truly, hydration is an important topic even when we aren’t facing the heat of the summer sun, but summertime makes it more apparent.
Wellness is a big buzz word for many companies. They want to instill sense of healthful living in their teams, which can improve morale and even offer insurance coverage benefits from their health insurance provider.
For most of the country, March has come in like a lion. But along the Gulf coast, you may be seeing the end of the rainbow after the storm.
You may have heard about Blockchain specifically relating to cryptocurrency like Bitcoin. But did you know that blockchain could have implications for manufacturing, and the shipbuilding industry? Blockchain is a technology designed to be a way for digital information to be distributed but not copied, which is what made it work for a new form …
The promise of January gave way to the reality of February. It’s expected that we tend to abandon our New Year’s resolutions by the time the season of Valentine’s Day is here.
It seems like there is a 3D printed solution for every one of today’s challenges. People are even 3D printing houses from the foundation up, so when will this technology enter the shipbuilding arena? The truth is, manufacturing and the marine industry are already making use of 3D printing technology.
Efficiency is the backbone of any manufacturing or fabrication environment, including a shipyard. Whatever job you have in the workplace, it’s essential that you maintain the company’s standard of qualify and perform at peak reliability.