Dr. Conrad Oca discusses the legacy of Capt. Gregorio Oca, and the future of Filipino seafarers and the Philippine Maritime Industry.
“Capt. Gregorio Oca’s attention to cleanliness and detail speaks of a man for whom no detail is ever too small to improve or make better.”
The hospital facilities and staff are updated in terms of equipment and training, so they can serve the seafarers and their families better.
“Being loyal and being genuine. I learned these from Capt. Oca. These traits are extremely important.”
Capt. Oca told us, ‘Love your work. We are here to serve the seafarers—we shouldn’t argue with them.’”
“To dedicate myself to work with the same passion and commitment we give our own families. This is because our work means so much to seafarers, who in turn sacrifice so much for their families.”
“Keeping one’s word. Owning up to one’s actions. Learning to trust and to be trusted in return.” These are among the values that Engr. James Blanco learned from Capt. Gregorio S. Oca
Ms. Reggie Lansang paints a picture of the great Capt. Gregorio Oca, AMOSUP founder, and lover of food.
We don’t need to panic about our finances if we start planning how to deal with it post pandemic.
We know what to do during abandon ship and fire and explosion drills. But this is not a drill. Get your survival kit fast, and don’t forget to bring your optimism.