MPA Singapore issued a circular providing information on the implementation of the requirements on life saving appliances for Singapore registered ships (SRS) as adopted by MSC 96, which will take effect from 1st January 2020 as part of the associated SOLAS amendments.
MPA Singapore issued a marine circular providing information about the procedures needed to be done when a vessel manoeuvres into its ports, effective from 08 April 2019. The circular provides guidelines for vessels proceeding to or departing from a terminal in a reporting sector.
Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) published a paper on training and certification requirements for ships operating in Polar waters and for those ships which hold Polar Ship Certificate issued in accordance with the Polar Code.
MPA Singapore issued a circular urging shipowners to submit their Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan by the 1st of September 2018, before IMO’s requirement of fuel oil consumption data for vessels becomes mandatory in a global scale.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore released a circular, warning operators to take all necessary measures to prevent their vessels from emitting excessive soot, ash, or dark smoke from engine exhaust and/or ancillary shipboard machineries throughout the duration of vessel stay in port.
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