Mariners on any vessel with KVH VSAT service can place free VoIP calls to ISWAN’s confidential 24-hour SeafarerHelp phone line.
ISWAN has published 2018-19 statistics from its international helpline for seafarers and their families, SeafarerHelp, as part of its first annual review.
A new training course will provide management-level personnel on shore and on board ships with an introduction to mental health awareness.
New guidance is now available to assist welfare organisations dealing with incidents of seafarers being abandoned and vessels being arrested or detained.
Seafarers are to take part for the first time in judging the International Seafarers’ Welfare Awards 2019. The annual awards, which are organised by the International Seafarers’ Welfare and Assistance Network (ISWAN), recognise the best examples of seafarers’ welfare provision across the globe.
Nominations are now open for the International Seafarers’ Welfare Awards 2019, which recognise the best examples of seafarers’ welfare provision across the globe.
The International Seafarers’ Welfare and Assistance Network (ISWAN) calls on the Port of Odessa to reconsider its decision to close down its seafarer centre.
New guidance on dealing with situations involving missing seafarers has been launched for the benefit of shipping companies and manning agents.
North P&I Club has launched its new ‘Mind Matters’ campaign, including a confidential helpline for crew provided in partnership with the International Seafarer’s Welfare and Assistance Network (ISWAN).