North Sea firms have been moving away from traditional training methods for staff and adopting technology from video games that force workers to live through vital training scenarios in the virtual world.
The AIS Survivex parent company, 3T Energy Group has secured a three-year deal worth seven figures with the gas distribution firm Wales & West Utilities.
Working offshore can provide a perfect backdrop for some stunning selfies, you know you’ve snapped a couple for social media in the past, so let’s see them.
AIS Survivex has appointed an Aberdeen-born oil and gas expert to train North Sea workers at their installations.
AIS Survivex has secured a contract with renewables company, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, to deliver training across its UK workforce.
Disparity in pay between workers in oil and gas and offshore wind needs to be addressed for the energy transition take place in earnest, according to a recruitment boss.
We sent a reporter to get hands-on with sea survival training for the offshore wind sector.
AIS Survivex’s photography competition to capture working life in the energy sector has announced the winners for the Oil and gas, Wind and Maritime/others categories.
North Sea sunsets, industrial landscapes and ‘majestic’ wind turbines are among the compositions submitted to a new photography competition which aims to frame life in the energy sector.
3t Energy Group, owner of AIS Survivex, has reached the finals of the Offshore Safety Awards, organised by Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) and Step Change in Safety.
After reporting on AIS Survivex's new lifeboat simulator Energy Voice was invited to try it out, which escalated to us doing our real-life free fall launch.
Energy sector training firm AIS Survivex has invested around £850,000 into the very latest lifeboat simulator technology.
Aberdeen-based energy sector training provider AIS Survivex has appointed a new head of renewables for UK and Europe.
AIS Survivex is launching a series of events designed to highlight the pivotal role training will play in the energy transition.
Leading UK training provider, AIS Survivex, has secured a significant three-year contract extension with a major North Sea operator.
Energy sector survival training firm AIS Survivex has started a redundancy consultation at its bases in Aberdeen and Montrose.