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is supporting regional cooperation on oil and hazardous and noxious substances
(HNS) spills in the Northwest Pacific region. IMO’s
Roel Hoenders is taking part in meetings of the Marine Environmental Emergency
Preparedness and Response Regional Activity Centre (MERRAC) taking place in
Incheon, Republic of Korea (17-20 July). The Centre was originally established
by IMO and UNEP to create effective cooperative measures to spill response
under the Northwest Pacific Action Plan (NOWPAP)*. more...
70 years of helping international shipping become safer, more secure and develop a greener environmental footprint – that's what IMO is celebrating in 2018, with a series of events and commemorative productions being released throughout the year. The latest is a short animated film which shows how IMO has developed mandatory international regulations covering almost every aspect of shipping. As a result, modern shipping conforms to the highest practicable standards and is the safest, cleanest and most efficient way to move goods around the world. more...
The ongoing comprehensive review of the IMO treaty on
Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Fishing Vessel
Personnel (STCW-F) is set
to continue this week. The Sub-Committee on Human Element, Training and Watchkeeping
(HTW 5), meeting at IMO Headquarters (16-20 July), will continue its
work to review the minimum standards of competence set out in the
treaty in order to bring them up to date and reflect realities in the fishing
industry. The STCW-F treaty was adopted in 1995
and entered into force in 2012. It is a key pillar among the international instruments addressing fishing vessel safety.
Mr. Kitack Lim