Coronavirus (COVID-19) Guidance for Ship Operators for the Protection of the Health of Seafarers – issued by the International Chamber of Shipping
International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) to support all types of ships which operate in international waters.
The challenges surrounding the delivery of safe and efficient marine operations throughout the offshore energy and maritime industries was the focus for a major conference which was held at the Aberdeen Beach Ballroom.
The Nautical Institute’s current five-year Strategic Plan comes to an end in December and now is your chance to influence its direction over the next five years. President Captain Robert McCabe FNI would like to know what you feel is important for 2016-2020.
In May 2019, a meeting took place between Professor Volodymyr Torskiy, FNI Honorary Secretary of the Nautical Institute of Ukraine, and Messrs Joseph Escott, Senior Business Consultant at DV55 Ltd, and Captain Dmytro Rudenko, MNI Senior Advisor at the International Association of Risk Management Practitioners.
The Nautical Institute is collaborating with KVH Videotel, a world leader in the provision of e-learning for the maritime industry, to give its members access to a set of online training courses free of charge.
Imagine a world with no weekends, no eight-hour working day, no minimum working age and no protection for pregnant or vulnerable workers. That’s the workplace that might exist now if the International Labour Organization (ILO) did not exist.
Interlegal Shipping Talks, first meeting for experts in the Ukrainian shipping, was held at Interlegal office. This event, held with the assistance of the Nautical Institute of Ukraine, awoke interest among professionals, scientists and even students.
Every Year the International Maritime Organization (IMO) celebrates World Maritime Day. The exact date is left to individual governments but is usually celebrated during the last week in September. The day is used to focus attention on the importance of shipping safety, maritime security and the marine environment and to emphasize a particular aspect of IMO’s work.
IMO: PRESENT-DAY ACTIVITY AND FURTHER DEVELOPMENT (Address by Efthimios E. Mitropoulos, Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization, Odessa, 25 May 2007)
Rector, Minister, Ambassador Kharchenko, Chairman of the Academy’s Supervisory Board, Professors, students, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen.
As a result of a tender of the European Union, with Publication Reference EuropAid/120541/C/Sv/Multi, we can announce with pleasure that the award for the project entitled: Maritime Training: Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine has been given to the Consortium of Partners as follows:
Mr. Efthimios E. Mitropoulos outlined his agenda for the future as the IMO Council confirmed its support for his continuing to serve the Organization as Secretary-General for another four years.