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Tag: IMO

DMA: Maritime safety regulation must be international

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Danish Maritime Authority announced that experts from all over the world met in London to debate tomorrow's safety standards. On this context, DMA calls for new regulations and guidelines on safe mooring arrangements and notes that an international regulation on safety is highly prioritised by Denmark.

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Cambodia study looks at port data exchange

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IMO announced that a feasibility study to look into the possible expansion of the Northeast Asia Logistics Information Service Network (NEAL-NET) was undertaken in Cambodia, as part of a project co-funded by IMO and China. The envisaged expansion of NEAL-NET is expected to support the implementation of the revised Facilitation Convention, by 8 April 2019.

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ICS releases latest Flag State Performance Table

Flag State Performance Table

The new ICS Flag State Performance Table for 2016/2017 continues to highlight the sound performance of all of the world’s major flag administrations, regardless of whether they are open registers or so called ‘traditional’ maritime flags. An important development in this period is that participation by maritime administrations in the IMO Member State Audit Scheme became mandatory in 2016.

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IMO SDC Sub-Committee: What’s on the agenda?

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The Sub-Committee on Ship Design and Construction (SDC) meets for its fourth session from 13 through 17 February. Key topics on the agenda include the expected finalization of draft explanatory notes to the SOLAS chapter II-1 subdivision and damage stability regulations and the completion of draft interim guidelines for use of fibre reinforced plastic elements within ship structures.

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MARTHA fatigue report is launched at the IMO

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InterManager, together with The Warsash Maritime Academy, has presented the findings of its fatigue study, Project MARTHA, to IMO. The report highlights growing levels of fatigue, particularly among Masters and Watch Keepers, and noted that motivation was a major factor in fatigue experienced by seafarers.

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Fatigue at sea on the IMO agenda

Ways to enhance seafarer training by utilizing lessons learned from marine casualty investigations and how to prevent fatigue at sea are issues under discussion this week at the IMO Sub-Committee on Human Element, Training and Watchkeeping (30 January-3 February).

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