Maritime and Coastguard Agency
About Maritime and Coastguard Agency
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) is an executive agency of the United Kingdom working to prevent the loss of lives at sea and is responsible for implementing British and international maritime law and safety policy. It is also responsible for land based search and rescue helicopter operations from 2015.
Its responsibilities include coordinating search and rescue (SAR) on the coastline and at sea through Her Majesty's Coastguard (HMCG), ensuring that ships meet international and UK safety standards, monitoring and preventing coastal water pollution and testing and issuing Merchant Navy Certificates of Competency (licences) for ships' officers and crew to STCW requirements The organisation is led by Sir Alan Massey, its Chief Executive, who took up post in July 2010.The MCA are chiefly responsible for the syllabus and national training standards issued by the Merchant Navy Training Board (based at the UK Chamber of Shipping).
Maritime & Coastguard Agency
5 jobs with Maritime and Coastguard Agency
Chairing the MCA people committee, with a range of staff across all disciplines of the MCA
Liaising with HR team to co-ordinate future system, pay, policy or process changes.
In-depth knowledge of current data protection law with an industry-recognised, practitioner-level qualification.
Responsible for the oversight of all aspects of Health & Safety (H&S) within the Maritime & Coastguard Agency
Providing quality assurance of cascade training delivery and operational delivery of casualty care. -