A Regional Meeting of Asia’s leading seafaring nations has highlighted the plight many seafarers face in the event of a maritime accident and has pledged to lead the drive towards proper and effective implementation of IMO and ILO agreed Guidelines on the Fair Treatment of Seafarers.
Project to transform crew management and seafarer experience reaches first major milestone with enhanced training and digital experience for seafarers.
Minister of State for Shipping, Road Transport & Highways, Chemical & Fertilizer has said that the number of seafarers in India has seen an unprecedented growth of 42.3% due to various policy level changes brought in by the Government in the last four years.
Union Minister of State for Road Transport & Highways, Shipping and Chemical & Fertilizers, Shri Mansukh L Mandaviya announced that the number of seafarers in the country has increased by over 60,000.
Futurenautics Maritime presented to London audience, the key findings from his research organization’s newly released Crew Connectivity 2018 Survey Report, sponsored by KVH Industries, Inc. and Intelsat S.A.
Marlink & Seagull Maritime have entered into a partnership to introduce a step-change in onboard training this year, creating a satcom enabled an environment for the distribution and updating of e-learning material.
The Mission to Seafarers will present awards to seafarers and operational staff within the maritime industry in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the welfare of others.
From the best port, seafarer centre and shipping company to the organisation and individual who have done so much for seafarers – the ISWAN has announced the shortlist for the 2018 International Seafarers’ Welfare Awards.
With support from a number of partners in India, ISWAN is launching a new campaign to discourage Indian seafarers from signing up with crewing agencies which have not registered with the DGS.