Maritime safety in an era of new technologies and alternative fuels central to IMO World Maritime Theme for 2024.Continue Reading
United States Coast Guard search and rescue officer Caleb Halle to receive IMO 2023 Award for Exceptional Bravery at Sea.Continue Reading
Anneliese Jost (Germany) is to receive the International Maritime Prize for her contributions to the objectives and work of IMO.Continue Reading
A workshop on strengthening port security in Comoros is taking place in Moroni, Comoros from 18-22 September 2023. The event is bringing together 26 participants, including Port Facility Security Officers (PFSOs) from Moroni, Anjouan and Mohéli ports, as well as representatives of the Port Authority (Société Comorienne des Ports (SCP), customs, Gendarmerie Nationale and the Designated Authority (Agence National des Affaires Maritimes (ANAM)).
The Gambia is being supported to develop its National Oil Spill Contingency Plan, which is the foundation for an effective and sustainable oil spill preparedness and response framework. An in-person national workshop in Banjul, the Gambia (11-15 September), was delivered under the framework of the GI WACAF Project.
IMO's commitment to supporting regional mechanisms dealing with oil spills in the Pacific Islands was strengthened through delivery of a regional workshop which included the introduction of the RETOS tool for assessing levels of oil spill preparedness in Brisbane, Australia (15-17 September).
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