Across the global maritime community, vessels, ports and facilities are increasingly dependent on cyber systems. Failure to anticipate and prepare for a cyber incident could lead to disastrous consequences.
There has been a positive trend for the Norwegian International Ship (NIS) register over the past 3 years, with more ship-owners registering their vessels back to Norwegian flag. According to Olav Akselsen, Director of the Norwegian Maritime Authority (NMA), ‘more than 230 vessels have been registered in NIS since 2014, most of them coming back to Norwegian flag due to changed operational terms for the owners’.
The ‘Seagull Bulletin’ was launched in November 2017 as a complimentary feature for users of the Seagull Training Administrator (STA) and registered users on the Seagull website. Several of our customers have started using the feature and among them is Grieg Star.
ROLLS-ROYCE AND MITSUI O.S.K. LINES TO WORK TOGETHER TO DEVELOP INTELLIGENT AWARENESS FOR SHIPS.
Rolls-Royce has signed a deal with Japanese multi-modal transport company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), to collaborate in the development of its intelligent awareness system.
Plastic Waste: a European strategy to protect the planet, defend our citizens and empower industries.
Do you know how to perform CPR? Let’s have a little refresher on this important life-saving procedure….
All seafarers must be trained to deliver effective first aid to a casualty. Accidents and medical emergencies can happen at any time, on land or at sea, but seafarers do not have the luxury of being able to call an ambulance for help. In the case of a cardiac arrest, prompt treatment is essential if the casualty is to survive. In this Bulletin, we’ll remind ourselves how to perform CPR so that we will be ready to act if the time comes.
Onboard Danish flagged vessels members of the safety group are required to undergo training concerning the working environment approved by the Danish Maritime Authority. This is also called “Section 16 course”. Immediately after the election of a safety representative and appointment of a supervisor, the ship owner shall enrol them for the Section 16 course. The objective of this course is to give seafarer’s necessary training and knowledge required to carry out their duties as a member of the safety organization in cooperation with others to promote a safe and healthy working environment on board ships.
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