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This article, written by MSRC's instructor Captain Christian Ouellet, was recently published in the Seaways Magazine.

Captain Christian Ouellet acts as instructor for the Maritime Simulation and Resource Centre (MSRC) since 2009. Holding a Master Foreign-Going certificate, Mr. Ouellet has been in the commercial maritime industry for 25 years. He sailed as an Officer and mainly as a Captain on various types of vessels on the Great Lakes, on the St. Lawrence River and the Gulf, and on the East coast of Canada and of the United States. During this period, he also taught at the Institut maritime du Québec in Rimouski and participated in the development of the GMDSS course and training manual. He then joined Transport Canada as Senior Inspector and between 1997 and 2003, he served as Port Warden, Port State Control Officer, Pollution Prevention Officer and Health and Safety Officer. Prior to joining the MSRC, captain Ouellet was Senior Investigator for the Transportation Safety Board of Canada.


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