SMART4SEA Conference & Awards
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Tag: training

Ballast water training given by Middle East PSC inspectors

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Inspectors from Saudi Aramco’s Environmental Protection Department gave guidance on how to verify that ships entering the Kingdom’s ports are discharging ballast waters, according with the D1 and D2 ballast water discharge standards. The goal of this training is to ensure ships are not delayed, thus preventing port congestion and increasing additional cost.

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Getting down to the root causes

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Based on the reconstruction of an actual Line Orientated Evaluation, the video shows how human behaviour can be identified, providing snapshots throughout a LOE assessment to illustrate examples of how human behaviors can be witnessed.

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Danish Shipping forms new organisation

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Danish Shipping recently announced that it is planning to enhance a number of areas such as, research policy, digitalisation, qualifications and training policy in the coming years, which will cause a new organisation in Danish Shipping's management team.

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Danish shipping digitizes maritime courses

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The digitization was made on the basis of the Danish Maritime Authority’s new rules on the working environment, which entered into force in July 2017. In the future, online tuition will take place in a virtual classroom for small teams of up to 6 participants.

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MSC succeeds in crew retention

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Seafarers today are increasingly attracted to sophisticated training, professional development, and long-term employment, according to a survey by MSC Shipmanagement, the Cyprus-based unit of the global container line Mediterranean Shipping Company.

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Aim for excellence not minimum training standards

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Speaking at CrewConnect Global in Manila, Mark Woodhead, KVH Videotel senior vice president EMEA, stressed that ship operators should aim for training excellence, rather than just attaining the minimum standards required, and use training as a key tool for attracting and retaining high-calibre seafarers in a competitive market.

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USBs serious threat to cyber security

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In the latest issue of Phish&Ships maritime cyber security newsletter, Be Cyber Aware at Sea campaign draws attention to the rise of worrying security weaknesses affecting the industry, revealing that, in the past month, more attacks have been reported.

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