Accidents in enclosed spaces continue to cause serious injuries and fatalities on board ships. Accident analysis shows that failure to follow established procedures is one of the primary causes of such accident. Despite regulations being in place to control the risks associated with enclosed space operations, seafarers are still dying in enclosed space incidents.
We are proud to announce that 300 titles are now available through the Seagull Training App. Furthermore, we are planning to release more titles for the app within 2019.
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In recent years, Port State Control inspections have revealed a number of deficiencies with regards to ship emergency systems and the crew’s ability to use systems and procedures correctly in critical situations. As a response, Tokyo MoU has announced that they will have a Concentrated Inspection Campaign (CIC) on Emergency Systems - jointly with their Paris MoU counterpart - from September 1st 2019 to November 30th 2019.
Seagull Training Administrator (STA), the backbone of Seagull Maritime comprehensive training and competence management platform, has been updated with a NEW Dashboard..
Personnel recruitment in the maritime sector has to comply with international and national requirements regarding the competence levels expected for rank. Shortage of qualified seafarers, especially officers, have been identified as a global issue that is likely to worsen in the future. For Crew Managers this may impose a challenge on hiring the right people for the job.
Accidents in enclosed spaces have long been a source of serious injuries and fatalities. Analysis into these accidents shows that the underlying cause is often a failure to follow established procedures that are put in place to ensure the safety of seafarers. Whether this is due to insufficient knowledge or a disregard for safety precautions, the fact remains that effective training is required to increase the safety of enclosed space entry operations.
One of the world's leading paint and coating suppliers, Jotun, has co-operated with Seagull Maritime AS, to develop an informative set of e-learning modules on the theme of onboard paint maintenance, with emphasis on in-service treatments.
OCIMF (Oil Companies International Marine Forum) has recently released their new Vessel Inspection Questionnaire (VIQ) that takes effect on 17th of September 2018. With a complete section on maritime security devoted to Cyber Security, this is the first major revision of OCIMF’s VIQ since 2013.
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