Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Applies New Regulations to Offshore Passengers in UK Airspace.

March 4, 2015 - Rebecca Baker

From 1st April 2015, the CAA will apply new regulations to the carrying of passengers offshore in UK air space. This action will prohibit helicopter operators from carrying passengers whose body size is incompatible with the authorised underwater escape exits. Passengers with a shoulder width of or more than 55.9cm (22”) will be classified as extra broad (XBR), while passengers with a shorter measurement will be classed as regular. Although this may affect some offshore workers, the CAA claims that 30% of all helicopter seats are suitable for XBRs. Read More
Atlas is Attending EWEA OFFSHORE in Copenhagen

February 20, 2015 - Rebecca Baker

As Europe’s largest offshore wind and energy exhibition and conference, EWEA is the pinnacle event for this industry. From 10th- 12 March, companies from around the world will attend the event at the Bella Centre in Copenhagen, Denmark. Read More
Siemens Prepares Base for Westermeerwind Construction

January 23, 2015 - Rebecca Baker

Siemens has decided to make Urk a base port for the management of the Westermeerwind nearshore wind farm construction. Read More
Atlas Wishes you a Successful 2015!

December 31, 2014 - Coraline Mulder

With our global network of professionals contributing to projects around the world and our dedicated team of staff working around the clock, 2015 looks set to be another successful year for Atlas. Read More
Atlas present on Recruitment Day of WindEnergy Hamburg

September 4, 2014 - Coraline Mulder

On 26 September Atlas Professionals will be present during the Recruitment Day of WindEnergy Hamburg 2014. It will give wind industry companies a platform to present themselves to jobseekers of all kinds – experienced wind experts, lateral entrants and young professionals. Read More