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Lessons Learned from Marine Casualties
in China are the first to undergo a newly developed course designed to
assist maritime training institutes to introduce the topic of
energy-efficient ship operation into their teaching curriculums. More
30 participants from maritime universities, shipping colleges and
institutes from across China are attending the workshop, taking place in
Hangzhou (8-9 December). more...
A meeting of salvage and wreck professionals in
London, United Kingdom has been introduced to IMO’s Nairobi Wreck Removal Convention.
The treaty provides the legal basis for States to remove, or have
removed, shipwrecks that may threaten the safety of lives, goods and property
at sea, as well as the marine environment. IMO’s Jan De Boer outlined the Convention’s
key provisions in a session on “Operating within guidelines, conventions and
authorities’ requirements” at the 19th Salvage & Wreck Removal Conference (7-9
The effective implementation of IMO garbage regulations (MARPOL Annex V) on ships and in port reception facilities was the main focus of an IMO regional workshop on marine litter for the East Asian seas region, held in Jeju, Republic of Korea (5-8 December). Participants shared experiences of implementing marine litter requirements. Site visits included the waste oil disposal facility and clean-up vessel operated by the Korea Marine Environment Management Corporation (KOEM), which hosted the workshop. more...
Mr. Kitack Lim