Watch: North Club launches can test training pack to address liquefaction risk

North P&I Club has launched a new series of bite-sized training packs to help seafarers avoid the contributing factors to workplace casualties. The first training pack focuses on the Can Test, the IMSBC complementary test for bulk cargoes, to address suspected bulk cargo liquefaction, which has claimed lives of an estimated 112 seafarers since 2007. 

Watch: US Navy provides 3D simulator for aircraft carrier flight deck crews

The US Office of Naval Research Global and the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division collaborated to create a training simulator for aircraft carrier flight deck crews. The simulator has 3D technology and enables the communication of the full flight deck team with akey decision-makers.

Getting down to the root causes

Based on the reconstruction of an actual Line Orientated Evaluation, the video shows how human behaviour can be identified, providing snapshots throughout a LOE assessment to illustrate examples of how human behaviors can be witnessed.

IMO workshop focuses on maritime legislation drafting

IMO’s Interactive Workshop on General Principles of Drafting National Legislation to Implement IMO Conventions, held at IMO Headquarters in London, on 18-22 September 2017, aimed to provide participants with the tools necessary to understand global treaties and how these are developed and adopted.

Teekay delivers training courses in Glasgow

This video exposes Teekay’s maritime training services in its Glasgow Training center where for the last two years, it has hosted more than 500 “students” – from cadets to experienced Masters and Chief Engineers. Teekay operates navigation and cargo management simulators with the aim to improve and maintain crew skills.

Ice rescue training

Video shows how the crew at Coast Guard Station Burlington Vermont, on Lake Champlain remains ready in all seasons for the moment they get a search and rescue call.

Keeping a ship in good seaworthy conditions

Through this video Muhammad Danial Bin Abdul Razak, student at at the Singapore Maritime Academy, makes clear why not only he but also other highly trained engineers are essential in keeping a ship in good seaworthy conditions.


The sulphur cap is less than a year away and with most vessels choosing compliant fuel, do you expect to see a spike in incidents and accidents related to the switch over?

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