Health and Safety are always crucial for any mariner and shipowner. This is brought very sharply into focus regularly on World Health and Safety Day, this year falling on April 28, 2021.
Acting on industry feedback, RightShip will transition to a new Safety Score that evaluates historic performance and vessel management standards and puts the operator at the heart of improving standards across the industry
With limited time in hand and plenty of things to do, seafarers need to make the best of their shore leave time. Find out how to plan and have a great shore-leave.
Maritime safety is a an important topic which if often neglected in the industry. An infographic by waterfiltermen provide some important facts and figures on safety at sea.
Researchers from the Finnish Geospatial Research Institute and Aalto University will team up with Fleetrange Ltd. and Tallink Grupp as part of a research project carried out under a programme of, and funded by, the ESA.
Staying afloat in sea water during emergency situation, before a rescue team reaches you, requires a lot of hard work and patience. Find out how to stay afloat in sea water in the right manner in the article.
UK P&I Club, has launched a gaming app ‘Risk Ahoy’ to coincide with International Shipping Week, to highlight the hazards that those on board ships face on a daily basis.
The award is a recognition of APL’s safe working practices and initiatives which have demonstrably improved the work life and welfare of sea crew on board APL-operated vessels.
Safety at Sea has announced the shortlist for its 2017 Awards, and SeafarerHelp has been shortlisted for ‘Shoreside Team of the Year’.