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Royal Eagle Services
7397 Highway 182 East
Morgan City, LA  70380
Phone:  985.329.2559
Fax:  985.329.2563

 

 

         

We provide a work force that is Specifically Trained and Certified in their craft and who are also given additional Safety Training that is designed to meet and/or exceed the industry standards for working on the Offshore Vessels in the Gulf of Mexico.  At this time we provide persons to fill four (4) specific job titles as listed below to work with the vessel crews on the offshore vessels.  These persons are all fulltime employees of Royal Eagle Services and take part in the benefits programs provided by Royal Eagle Services.  These employees all undergo specific Offshore Safety Training to include SafeGulf Training, Vessel Security Awareness, Water Survival Training, etc. They also undergo Job Specific Training, Rigging, and Cooks undergo Safe-Food Handling, etc. 

Certified Rigging Foreman:
Directs the loading and/or off-loading of the vessel and assists in the securing of the cargo for transport while at port or at the offshore rig/platform.  

Certified Rigger:
Directly guides the cargo with the use of tag-lines into position while loading or offloading the vessel. They will connect and/or disconnect the crane with the cargo being handled and secure the cargo for transit. They may also conduct other job duties as outlined in the Rigger Roles and Responsibilities.

Chef (Cook):
Prepares and cooks the meals for the entire crew working the vessel. He/She will be in charge of maintaining the galley and cookware and he/she will also prepare the grocery list for the hitch (14 & 7 or 28 & 14).

Galley Hand:
Will assist the chef in the maintaining of the galley and cookware. He/She will also assist in the sanitary duties on the vessel to include washing and drying of the vessel laundry.
 

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