Michael H. O'Sullivan
Based in Baltimore, MD, Michael O'Sullivan comes with 42 years' experience in the maritime industry as a marine engineer and engineer surveyor. Within this field, O’Sullivan has served 32 years as a seagoing engineer, including 10 years as the vessel’s Chief Engineer. Following his engineering service aboard vessels, O'Sullivan has worked for the past 10 years as a marine surveyor conducting damage, condition, and investigation surveys.
Atlantic Marine Associates Inc., Baltimore, MD
Marine Surveyor; Marine Engineer | Exclusive consultant to AMA Inc., providing independent marine surveying, consulting, claims handling, and expert witness services globally.
GL Noble Denton, New York, NY
Independent Consultant (June 2013 - December 2013 and September 2009 - April 2011) | Conducted marine casualty and condition surveys on cargo and passenger vessels and on various related marine equipment.
Senior Surveyor (April 2011-May 2013) | Conducted marine casualty and condition surveys on cargo and passenger vessels and on various related marine equipment.
BMT Marine & Offshore Surveys, Ltd, London, U.K.
Staff Surveyor | Conducted marine casualty and condition surveys on cargo and passenger vessels and on various related marine equipment.
Maersk Line, Ltd., Copenhagen, Denmark
Chief Engineer | Responsible for the operation and repair of vessel machinery and engineering personnel. In charge of compliance of Classification Society requirements along with vessel Safety Management System per ISM code. Assisted with shore-based technical management in preparation of vessel voyage repairs and dry docking. Oversaw shore vendor vessel repairs. Maintained vessel consumable and spare parts inventories.
Sea-Land Service, Inc., Cranford, NJ
First Assistant Engineer | Responsible for engineering department personnel, day-to-day operations, maintenance and repair of vessel deck equipment and machinery space equipment.
U.S. Shipping Companies (varied)
Second Assistant Engineer | Assisted with vessel operations and repairs.
Third Assistant Engineer | Assisted with vessel operations and repairs.
Education & training
Calhoon MEBA Engineer School | Baltimore, MD
Upon completion: Third Assistant Engineer License: Steam & Motor Vessels, Unlimited horsepower
Chief Engineer, Motor & Gas Turbine vessels (Unlimited horsepower): United States Coast Guard (USCG)
First Assistant Engineer, Steam vessel (Unlimited horsepower): USCG
Expires 23 October, 2019
Institute for Supply Management (ISM)
Leadership and Management course
Refresher Training - Engineering course
Management of Electrical & Electronic Control Equipment course
Various Training Courses
Helicopter Underwater Egress
Ultrasonic testing of Hatch Covers
Fire Prevention & Firefighting
Personal Safety & Social Responsibility
First Aid / CPR
Applied Electronics for marine systems
Member: Marine Engineers Beneficial Association (MEBA Union), AFL-CIO
Member: Society of Marine Port Engineers of New York
Member: Propeller Club of Baltimore