Earlier this month, it became clear that the European Commission may stop recognising Filipino seafarers’ competency certifications after it was found the country does not comply with STCW regulations. Shipping industry leaders have now established a new advisory...
A European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) audit has found the Philippines does not comply with STCW regulations. As a result, the European Commission is now mulling whether it will still recognise Filipino seafarers’ competency certifications. This was reported...
The Port State Control (PSC) regimes’ joint Concentrated Inspection Campaign (CIC) will be on the Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW). The upcoming CIC will be included in routine PSC inspections from 1 September. According...
The shipping industry was one of the first industries to implement comprehensive international safety standards set forth by the International Maritime Organization (IMO). Lanier Law has now published the Maritime Safety Guide, which condenses the many rules and...
Operating ships running on LNG has its own specific risks. Reason for RelyOn Nutec to open a new LNG training facility at its Rotterdam training centre. At the facility, it is possible to simulate realistic scenarios that cover everything from small leaks to large...
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