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Tag: Certificates

ATSB secures drone qualifications

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The Australian Transport Safety Bureau announced that it is now qualified to operate Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems as part of its investigations, by securing a relevant certificate through the Civil Aviation Safety Authority.

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USCG: Subchapter M now effective

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US Coast Guard informed that July 20th 2017 signifies the entry into force of a portion of Subchapter M, as towing vessels, with keels laid or major conversions on or after July 20, are required to meet 46 CFR Subchapter M and obtain a Certificate of Inspection prior to operating.

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Paris MoU issues guidelines for electronic certificates

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Paris MoU issued guidelines, approved by the IMO Facilitation Committee, informing shippers of how to facilitate the use and acceptance of electronic certificates. It is often that flag states using electronic certificates to experience instances of Port State Control authorities denying the validity of these certificates.

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Ship station license becomes digital in Denmark

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In line with its plans to enhance digitalization in shipping, the Danish Maritime Authority announced that the Ship Station License has now become digital, reducing the number of administrative burdens imposed on the industry. The DMA has recently digitized other ship certificates too.

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LISCR clarifies issues about STCW certificates

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The Liberian Maritime Authority issued a Marine Notice, in order to provide clarification on references to the paragraph in regulation I/2, relating to requirement that a Convention certificate must be kept available in its original form on board the ship on which the holder is serving.

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USCG: How to obtain Ship Sanitation Control certificates

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The USCG issued a bulletin for vessel owners and operators, informing on how to obtain a Ship Sanitation Control Certificate and/or a Ship Sanitation Control Exemption Certificate. The aim of the bulletin is to clarify the U.S. policy on vessel inspections and issuance of certificates, as it pertains to International Health Regulations 2005.

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