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Brexit - Recognition of seafarer certificates of competency if there’s no deal

(www.MaritimeCyprus.com) The UK Chamber’s immediate concerns on how seafarer employment would be affected by a no-deal Brexit. If the UK leaves the EU in...

EMSA - Seafarer Statistics in the EU - Statistical review (2015 data STCW)

  (www.MaritimeCyprus.com) The statistical review presented in this report by EMSA, is based on data extracted from certificates and endorsements registered by EU Member States...

Cyprus Flag Administration - Changes to Seafarers' Identification and Sea Service Record Book

The Cyprus Department of Merchant Shipping has announced a number of changes to the format of the Seafarers' Identification and Sea Service Record Book...

Maritime Employers Should get Ready for STCW 2010

The transitional period for the STCW 2010 ends on 1st January, 2017, the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has warned. To prevent last minute...

New training requirements for seafarers in the Arctic finalised by the IMO

The IMO has now agreed on training requirements for seafarers navigating Arctic and Antarctic waters. The requirements are to enhance safety of navigation in...

Paris MOU – Hours of Rest, preliminary results re Concentrated Inspection Campaign

The Paris MOU issued a news release announcing the preliminary results of its Concentrated Inspection Campaign (CIC) on hours of rest. Unsatisfactory compliance with hours...

Endorsements attesting the recognition of non-Cyprus certificates of competency

The Department of Merchant Shipping (DMS) has announced changes to the application procedure and application forms for the issue, renewal and replacement of endorsements...

New safety and health guidelines to protect seafarers

Maritime occupational safety and health experts agree on guidelines to bolster the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006. Recognizing the special needs of seafarers, experts have agreed...

Port State Control - Black Sea MOU Concentrated Inspection Campaign on STCW hours of rest (Sept.1 - Nov.30, 2014)

The six maritime authorities of the Black Sea MOU on Port State Control (PSC) (Bulgaria, Georgia, Romania, Russian Federation, Turkey, Ukraine) have announced that...
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