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Safety Brochures


Year: 20XX
Language: english
Author: International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) with association
Genre: Guide
Publisher: International Chamber of Shipping (ICS)
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 8+5+6+6+12+6
Description: 6 short brochures released by the International Chamber of Shipping in association with International Shipping Federation (ISF), and others (IMPA, Intertanko, Intercargo, BIMCO, IMO and UNHCR).
IMPLEMENTING AN EFFECTIVE SAFETY CULTURE - BASIC ADVICE FOR SHIPPING COMPANIES AND SEAFARERS (2013).
This brochure provides some basic advice on the successful implementation of an effective safety culture within shipping companies as required by the IMO International Safety Management (ISM) Code. The intention is to help companies, managers and seafarers to fulfil the spirit as well as the letter of the ISM Code.
SHIPPING INDUSTRY GUIDANCE on PILOT TRANSFER Arrangements (2012).
The following guidance is intended to remind seafarers and shipping companies of the vital importance of adhering to the rules and established procedures concerning the provision of safe boarding arrangements for pilots.
ARCTIC SHIPPING - Position Paper (2014)
The following position paper is therefore intended to establish some key principles with respect to the governance of maritime activity in the Arctic and the regulation of ships navigating Arctic waters.
Shipping industry GUIDANCE on the USE of OILY WATER SEPARATORS Ensuring compliance with MARPOL (2006).
The following industry guidelines are intended to highlight some of the issues concerning the use of oily water separators (OWS) and to remind company management, and shipboard personnel, how they can act to prevent MARPOL infringements.
RESCUE AT SEA - A guide to principles and practice as applied to migrants and refugees (2006).
This leaflet has been prepared jointly by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). It is intended for masters, ship owners, government authorities, insurance companies, and other interested parties involved in rescue at sea situations. It provides guidance on relevant legal provisions, and on practical procedures to ensure the prompt disembarkation of survivors of rescue operations, and measures to meet their specific needs, particularly in the case of refugees and asylum-seekers.
‘MANILA AMENDMENTS' to the STCW CONVENTION - A Quick Guide for Seafarers (2010).
This short brochure, produced to coincide with the new IMO Day of the Seafarer (25 June, the day on which the ‘Manila Amendments’ were adopted) summarizes what seafarers can expect from the updated STCW Convention.
 
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oksanldze 08-Dec-2016 16:38
IMPLEMENTING AN EFFECTIVE SAFETY CULTURE - BASIC ADVICE FOR SHIPPING COMPANIES AND SEAFARERS (2013).
This brochure provides some basic advice on the successful implementation of an effective safety culture within shipping companies as required by the IMO International Safety Management (ISM) Code. The intention is to help companies, managers and seafarers to fulfil the spirit as well as the letter of the ISM Code.
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