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Singapore celebrated Seafarer Day with gifts and new initiatives

In conjunction with the ‘Day of Seafarer 2018’, Jurong Port, MPA Singapore, PSA, SMOU, and SOS jointly presented 600 gift hampers to ships calling at Singapore. The hampers, containing essential daily items, reached about 9,000 seafarers ‘as an appreciation for their contributions to the maritime industry’.

How shipping industry celebrated the Day of the Seafarer

The whole industry celebrated yesterday, the Day of the Seafarer (DotS), under the theme Seafarers wellbeing. Maritime community strongly supported, by all means, the seafarers’ right to be treated fairly and enjoy quality of life at sea.

New research to focus on crew mental health

Crew wellbeing has become a hot issue in recent years both in the maritime sphere and beyond. With a view to increasing understanding of the strains on seafarers’ mental health, and on the occasion of the Day of the Seafarer 2018, the ITF Seafarers Trust announced a new research in cooperation with Yale University.

First of its kind seafarer welfare training programme launched

On the occasion of ‘Day of the Seafarer 2018’ focusing on wellbeing, the ITF Seafarers’ Trust and the World Maritime University announced a new crew welfare training programme designed to equip maritime professionals with key skills and knowledge to support welfare onboard. 

Seafarers’ wellbeing comes first

Apart from taking care of their physical hygiene, seafarers are dealing with the same fundamental problems as we do ashore – challenges, pain, stress and troubles – only some of the circumstances change.

Watch: IMO Sec-Gen’s message on Day of the Seafarer 2018

The video is a message by IMO Secretary-General addressing seafarer’s wellbeing, particularly their mental health and how this year’s campaign on the Day of the Seafarer, highlights specific strategies to tackle stress and other issues affecting seafarers’ mental conditions.

Crew wellbeing at the heart of ‘Day of the Seafarer 2018’

Seafarers’ rights to be treated fairly and enjoy quality of life at sea is the focus this year’s Day of the Seafarer campaign, on 25 June, under the theme: Seafarer’s wellbeing. Day of the Seafarer 2018 will provide a platform to advocate for higher standards of welfare, says IMO Secretary General Kitack Lim.

Campaigns ahead of Day of the Seafarer 2018

Ahead of the Day of the Seafarers, on 25 June, IMO will focus on seafarer’s wellbeing, particularly their mental health. This year’s campaign will have two hashtags: #SupportSeafarersWellbeing and #GoodDayatSea. With this campaign, the IMO wants to demonstrate how much seafarers matter.

Thank you seafarers

Can you imagine life without your laptop or phone? The video, produced by MPA Singapore, is a grateful address towards seafarers, men and women, who work tirelessly on board ships, in order to transport all necessities to each one of us. On 25th June 2017, the Day of Seafarers, MPA calls everyone to thank seafarers for their efforts.

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