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state-of-the-art Jeddah Maritime Information Sharing Centre is set to boost
information sharing and support maritime security in the region. The first 15
national operators to work in the centre have completed a three-week training
in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (25 August – 12 Sep 2019) with the support of IMO. more...
Ghana is the latest country to benefit from training on the implementation of IMO maritime security standards in SOLAS Chapter XI-2 and the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code. The workshop (9 -13 September) was held in Accra, Ghana. Participants discussed ways to cooperate at the national level to acquire the necessary support they need in order to take ownership of implementation and compliance with the requirements. more...
IMO is continuing its work to promote ratification of the
international treaty covering wreck removal – at the 10th Maritime Salvage
& Casualty Response Conference
in London, this week (11-12 September). Depending on its location, a shipwreck may be a hazard to
navigation, potentially endangering other vessels and their crews. The
Nairobi Convention covers the legal basis for States to remove, or have
removed, shipwrecks, drifting ships, objects from ships at sea, and floating
offshore installations. more...
Mr. Kitack Lim