Improving Maritime Safety with South-West Pacific Partners

Shaping strategic policy in the fields of hydrography, nautical charting and related navigational safety is the focus of the South-West Pacific Hydrographic Commission Meeting, held in Wollongong, Australia Members of the South-West Pacific Hydrographic Commission work together to improve maritime safety through hydrographic capacity building and forging strong connections as a maritime community. Commodore Fiona … More Improving Maritime Safety with South-West Pacific Partners

Multilateral Cooperation Key to Vessel Safety, Marine Resources Utilisation

The Director-General of Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Dakuku Peterside, says the agency has created operational conditions that have prompted a turnaround in prospects for maritime safety and successful utilisation of the country’s enormous marine resources. Dakuku stated this in Abuja last week while delivering a lecture on “Maritime Safety and Shipping … More Multilateral Cooperation Key to Vessel Safety, Marine Resources Utilisation

MOBtronic Man Overboard Solution Wins Prestigious Safety at Sea Award

MARSS, a company that develops innovative marine and land-based systems for asset protection and life-saving solutions, are delighted to announce that they have won the Best Safety Product of the Year at this year’s prestigious Safety at Sea Awards 2018 The Safety at Sea Awards were held last night (18/10/18) at Le Meridien Piccadilly Hotel, … More MOBtronic Man Overboard Solution Wins Prestigious Safety at Sea Award

DNV GL-Classification steps up to the digital challenge

The maritime world is in the middle of a period of rapid change, with increasing digitalization, new regulations and shifting markets. Classification societies can help to remove barriers, speed up the process, and assist stakeholders make the most of the new landscape, IACS Chairman Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen said at DNV GL’s press conference at Marintec China … More DNV GL-Classification steps up to the digital challenge

Singapore – Unrelenting Focus on Maritime Safety

Two fatal collisions in the Singapore Strait, occurring within a month, are cause for concern. On Aug 21, an American warship collided with an oil tanker. On Sept 13, a tanker and a dredger were involved in an accident. The loss of lives in both cases underscored the gravity of the incidents. The impact was … More Singapore – Unrelenting Focus on Maritime Safety