Frontline, known as one of the world’s largest owners of crude oil tankers, are an active user of Seagull Maritime’s onboard training system. Frontline oversee Ship Management of almost 180 vessels within most vessel types and have used Seagull as their preferred supplier for training management systems for many years. Frontline acknowledge the value of competent crew and motivate their external ship owners to install Seagull onboard their vessels.
The International Maritime Bureau (IMB) reports a continuing fall in piracy incidents during 2017.
180 actual and attempted incidents of piracy and armed robbery were reported in 2017. This represented the lowest annual figure since 1995 and the third drop in a row in the annual reports.
Although this well-known guideline is published by the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency, it is found on ships of many flags and provides safety information to seafarers of many nationalities.
Seafarers' rights to shore leave have been strengthened through amendments to the Convention on Facilitation of International Maritime Traffic (FAL Convention), which enter into force globally on 1st January 2018.
Seagull Maritime continues to update the Seagull Training App. The newly enhanced Seagull Training App is now complete with the possibility to run e-learning modules and learning films directly from the main menu. The App can be used across a range of mobile device including tablets, in both Android and iOS formats, with dynamic screen layouts for all sizes.
Working as a seafarer can have a large effect on your lifestyle. Even something as simple as getting a few hours of good sleep can be made impossible. Watch patterns, heavy weather and noise are a just a few factors that affect the quality of your sleep. Sleep badly and your mood, health and productivity can be negatively affected. Sleep well and you feel mentally sharp, emotionally balanced and full of energy.
Three of the MARPOL Annexes have significant changes coming up in March 2018. The changes were all adopted at the 70th meeting of the IMO Marine Environmental Protection Committee (MEPC) in October 2016.
The negative effects of smoking are well documented. In addition to the many types of cancers it causes, there are number of circulatory and respiratory conditions that are caused and made worse by smoking. This causes some problems for the maritime industry, particularly in areas where the smoking rates are higher amongst seafarers.
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