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Eng1 Medical


Under MLC you are required to have a valid medical certificate recognised by the administration before you can start work at sea. The ENG1 is a basic medical examination, carried out by an MCA certified doctor, confirming that you are in a fit condition to work on board. 239 more words


Running in France - you have to know this

Lynne, who follows this blog and is possibly even more excited than me about the Disneyland Paris Half Marathon, tweeted me the other day to say a couple of things had changed on the website (ie they are removed the word ‘limited’ from the January entry day). 540 more words


Health Check: I feel a bit sick, should I stay home or go to work?

The following general article was published in The Conversation.

Health Check: I feel a bit sick, should I stay home or go to work? 729 more words

General Practice

Probate: The first 3 things to do after someone dies.

In this blog i will be explaining the 3 things you need do in the early days after someone dies.

Step One: You will need to get a medical certificate from a GP or hospital doctor. 779 more words


Aeromedical Certification after alcohol or drug infractions *****8500-8 Section 18.v.

Aviators are a special breed, often close to adventure and active socially. When they are not flying, they may be subject to indiscretion and bad choices. 780 more words

Pilot Medicals

It's Only Just Begun!


I left off by saying that I received my documents from the Crew Manning Advisor(CMA). She is pretty cool. Basically, I just had to get a Criminal Background Check from my local police department, a medical, and a C1/D Visa. 959 more words