Security of data and other sensitive information is becoming a concern of maritime as ships are increasingly using systems that rely on digitization, integration, and automation. Here are some guidelines towards maritime cyber security.
The Seafarers Happiness Index 2017 Q4 presented thought-provoking statistics regarding seafarers welfare, establishing a downward trend which raised important discussions as to what can be done to address this decline.
This is a story of what a woman in maritime can do; a pathway towards overtaking the difficult conditions navigating the male-dominated maritime industry. From the importance of mentoring to the need for equal training.
Sexual harassment irrespective of what, how and against whom, is against the law; the victim and the perpetrator can be males or females, of the same or opposite sex. What is the shipping industry’s adjustment to this topic?
Wondering what makes people care about working safely? Safety culture does! A number of recent high profile incidents highlight why regulators, classification societies and IMO constantly put emphasis on implementing a successful safety culture.
More and more organisations are facing high staff stress levels, poor decision making, staff turnover, interpersonal conflicts or absenteeism. Thus, how organisations may be more mindful and subsequently more effective at both communicating and collaborating a shared goal?
Baby Boomers, Gen Z, and Gen X leverage digital tools in order to interact and engage with the world, becoming Millennial-minded! Here are seven trends that may prove if a shipping organization is ready to welcome the Millennials or not.
China is constantly inviting countries into cooperation on all fronts, infrastructure, trade, and joint investments aiming to a more efficient, green and sustainable transport through better logistic solutions. However, how possible is for ‘One Belt, One Road’ to reshape world shipping trade?
We stand on the brink of a technological revolution that is utterly changing the way we live, work and behave. Just imagine what was the job market like at Y2K and how it will evolve till 2050, especially in the maritime industry!
China plans combat drills in South China Sea23/03/2018
US, China trade war raises concerns for shipping23/03/2018
Injury during small boat operations23/03/2018
Building professional resilience: A quick guide23/03/2018
Port Corpus Christi to accommodate more Suezmaxes23/03/2018
- Cyber Security
LR, BLOC to create maritime blockchain lab23/03/2018
Port of Antwerp to promote onshore power for ships23/03/2018
- Loss Prevention
Largest salvage company created in Mediterranean23/03/2018
Fire-damaged 'Maersk Honam' will be towed to Jebel Ali23/03/2018
Port of Rotterdam builds Container Exchange Route23/03/2018