Maritime classification societies were born out of a need to ensure the continued safety and security of the maritime domain with respect to the vessels and the various marine aiding constructions. The role of a classification society is thus quite set and of utmost importance. Find out more inside the article.
It’s been said that most of the accidents that take place at sea are because of human error in some form or another. There is an integral connection between human error and marine industry. We try to find out this relation.
A new film from the IMO shows how IMO’s Women in Maritime programme is helping to support gender diversity in the maritime sector
A variety of marine communication systems have been used in the maritime industry since the start. Learn how marine navigation is carried out using these navigation systems.
In 2014, the maritime industry saw the launching of some of the most interesting vessels ever made. Take a look at the important and noteworthy launches of the maritime industry in the article inside.
The year 2013 saw the launch of some of the biggest and challenging ship in the history of maritime industry. As the year comes to an end, we take a look at some of the major ships and marine vessels which created news this year.
Fresh maritime professionals are facing a tough time searching jobs in the shipping industry. Find out how deck cadets and junior engineers should tackle the difficult unemployment situation of the maritime industry.
Finding a new maritime job is not an easy task. There are a lot of highs and lows that can take a toll on any seafarer’s morale. In this article we have mentioned eight important ways in which mariners and job seekers can fight frustration during the job search process.
CSR is a code of conduct through which a maritime organization achieves its business goals maintaining the decorum of law, ethical and international standards for safety of people involved in the organization, and protection of marine environment.