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Debbie's deep understanding of the risk management needs of large buyers, and the brokers who serve them, will drive the success of our National Insurance Casualty and Helmsman operations," notes Mark Butler, executive vice president, Commercial Insurance and president, National Insurance.
Helmsman Chris Page, who was driving Porthcawl's Atlantic 85 lifeboat, was able to recover his vision and resume the operation soon after.
22 July 2015 - US-based network engineering and professional services company Network Utility Force has acquired US-based network security and consulting firm Helmsman Technology Group, the company said.
Head launcher Ian Warburton, crew Tim Weare, DLA Graham Lowe, crew Matt Gill, senior helmsman Dave Lowe, and | |helmsman Paul Mountford with their medals Picture: RNLI/BOB WARWICK
In 1974 David was the principal helmsman on the ocean racing yacht Love and War in winning the Sydney Hobart Yacht Race.
But he was not the Sewol's main captain, and worked on the ship about 10 days a month, helmsman Oh Yong-seok said.
Francesco Schettino told his trial in Italy that as the Concordia came perilously close to the rocky coast of Giglio island, he ordered his helmsman to steer to the left, but the crewman reacted slowly and did not carry out the manoeuvre.
Schettino said: 'The helmsman steered in the wrong direction and we crashed.
24 ( ANI ): The captain of the ill-fated Costa Concordia, the cruise liner that ran aground off the Italian coast last year, has blamed the Indonesian helmsman for causing the accident that killed 32 people.
Francesco Schettino told his trial in Italy that as the Concordia came close to the rocky coast of Giglio island, he ordered his helmsman to steer to the left, but the crewman reacted slowly and did not carry out the manoeuvre.
Captain Francesco Schettino has blamed the Costa Concordia's helmsman for the disaster that killed 32 people in January 2012, and said he was not responsible.