IMO is assisting Namibia’s maritime administration to put in place a legal framework that gives full and complete effect to IMO instruments dealing with maritime security.
The Regional Programme for Maritime Security in the Red Sea Area (‘Red Sea Project’) has been launched at the Djibouti Regional Training Centre (10 February).
A regional workshop in Djibouti has promoted IMO’s whole of government approach to maritime security in the western Indian Ocean and Gulf of Aden area.
The IMO Secretary-General has appointed Mr. Peter Adams, Head, Maritime Security, Maritime Safety Division, as “Special Advisor to the Secretary-General on Maritime Security”.
Maritime Port security in simple terms refers to the law & security enforcement measures employed to safeguard a shipping port and counter piracy and terrorism.
Maritime law has stated several activities as unlawful and punishable. In this article we bring to you nine main activities which are termed as maritime crimes in the industry.
Earth Observation Satellite Services can play a major role in ensuring maritime security in different areas of the industry. Find out how earth observatory satellite services can help tackle critical maritime issues such as maritime piracy, oil spill etc. Read inside to know more.
The Ship Security Alert System (SSAS) is a method to strength maritime security by using a system which sends alert messages to maritime rescue departments. Know how ship security alert system is beneficial to prevent maritime piracy inside the article
Suriname is the latest country to benefit from IMO maritime security training. Participants at a workshop in Paramaribo, Suriname took part in table-top contingency planning exercises involving a variety of maritime security issues.