Industry News

16Apr 2019

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) is to address maritime corruption by including the issue in its work programme for the Facilitation Committee.

The decision to include an anti-corruption agenda came at the latest meeting of the IMO’s Facilitation Committee (FAL) in response to a submission from Liberia, Marshall Islands, Norway, United Kingdom, United States and Vanuatu.

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19Mar 2019

With the official Brexit departure date just days away, the entire future of Brexit, and the freedom from the CFP that fishermen have longed and fought for over so many years, is in peril, reports Tim Oliver.

Last week, MPs voted down Theresa May’s withdrawal deal, voted against leaving without a deal, and backed the PM’s call for a delay to the 29 March Brexit date, to 30 June.

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05Mar 2019

Assessing Behavioural Competence On Board

London: 6 March – 8 March 2019

The Nautical Institute is launching a brand new course exploring assessment of behavioural competence on board ships. This 2.5 day, instructor-led programme provides best practice guidance for those engaged in the assessment of seafarers.

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