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Lessons Learned from Marine Casualties
The first set of international requirements for onboard lifting appliances and winches are expected to be finalized during this week’s meeting of the Sub-Committee on Ship Systems and Equipment (SSE) (20-24 March). Also set for completion are draft amendments to the MODU Code. The Sub-Committee’s agenda also includes work on life-saving appliances and arrangements, including new requirements for ventilation of survival crafts and finalization of functional requirements for SOLAS chapter III. See photos. more...
IMO’s Lee Adamson spoke with CNN’s Eco Solutions television programme to share key facts about IMO’s efforts in tackling GHG emissions from ships. Important measures like the adoption of a mandatory data collection system for ships’ fuel oil consumption and the 2020 reduction in the global sulphur cap were highlighted. more...
IMO is conducting an Advanced Drills and Exercises Workshop
for inspectors and officers responsible for port security in Trinidad and
Tobago. The training, underway in Port of Spain (14-17 March), is focusing on
the key IMO instrument for enhancing the security of ships and port facilities
– the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code. The Code’s
preventive security provisions include the objective of all actors being
thoroughly prepared for security incidents and terrorist attacks by
regularly conducting drills and exercises. more...
Mr. Kitack Lim