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MNTB Director addresses seafarers of tomorrow

On Friday, December 6, the Director of the Merchant Navy Training Board (MNTB), Kathryn Neilson, addressed the seventy Vships cadets and staff during their conference; highlighting the vitally important work implemented by the MNTB right now. 

IMO should provide short-term measures to cut emissions

The UK Chamber’s of Shipping Policy Director, Anna Ziou, calls for collaboration amid approaching 2020 sulphur cap, awaiting for the IMO meeting which will be the key to demonstrate the industry’s commitment in its GHG ambition. 

UK Chamber of Shipping: It is important to strictly implement sulphur cap

UK’s BBC discussed with David Balston, the Director of Policy for the UK Chamber of Shipping, about the upcoming 2020 sulphur cap, why UK follows the path of strictly implementing the regulation around its ports and the possible benefits for coastal communities in terms of reduced pollution.

UK Chamber of Shipping: More work needed against climate change

The UK Chamber of Shipping’s Chief Executive, Bob Sanguinetti, emphasized on climate change as the biggest challenge of today’s society and underlined the need for the UK to seize the opportunities going forward and work in closer partnership with the sector to meet its zero carbon emissions targets.

UK Chamber of Shipping: How a ‘just culture’ can make the difference in shipping 

While the voting procedure for the 2019 SAFETY4SEA Awards is open, Fena Boyle, Policy Manager, Safety, UK Chamber of Shipping tells a few words about the ‘Safety Culture Charter’ for which the organization has been shortlisted for an Initiative Award. This initiative aims to make safety a top priority, encourages the reporting of near-misses and accidents and the creation of a just culture by building a safe and trusting environment.

UK maritime industry cooperates to tackle use of Dangerously Weighted Heaving Lines

The British Ports Association, British Tugowners Association, Port Skills and Safety, UK Chamber of Shipping, UK Major Ports Group, and UK Marine Pilots Association issued a joint notice to raise awareness against DWHLs use and the consequences. The notice highlights what is expected of seafarers in the International and Domestic codes of the ILO Code of Practice.

UK Chamber of Shipping develops Safety Culture Charter

The UK Chamber of Shipping announced that, with the support of their operators, has developed a ‘Safety Culture Charter’ to promote and adopt a positive Safety Culture within their member organisations, leading from the top down. The initiative aims to reduce the number of accidents and incidents at sea. 

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