ICS/ISF Publications Catalogue

Global Shipping Sector Position Paper - In Support of Free Trade Principles and Sustainable Development

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), the Asian Shipowners Association (ASA) and the European Community Shipowners Associations (ECSA) have jointly published a global shipping sector position paper "In Support of Free Trade Principles and Sustainable Development".

Global Shipping Sector Position Paper - In Support of World Trade and a Rules Based Multilateral Trading System

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), the Asian Shipowners Association (ASA) and the European Community Shipowners Associations (ECSA) have jointly published a global shipping sector position paper "In Support of World Trade and a Rules Based Multilateral Trading System".

Comments on document MSC 101.8

Comments on document MSC 101.14

Comments on document MSC 101.18.3

Comments on document MSC 101.18.3

Comments on document MSC 101.3 regarding draft amendments to paragraph 9.5 of the IGF Code

Cyber risk management in Safety Management Systems

Proposal to strengthen the Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP)

Short-term measures to reduce GHG emissions from international shipping

Review of candidate short-term measures

Need for clarifications in case of discrepancy on fuel oil compliance

Comments on documents MEPC 74.5.5

Comments on document MEPC 74.10

Comments on document MEPC 74.7.4

Comments on documents MEPC 74.5.2 and MEPC 74.5.12 concerning EEDI reduction beyond phase 2

Updated proposal for an option to limit the shaft engine power

BMP5 low_res

Global Counter-Piracy Guidance BMP_Low_01-04-19

Global Counter-Piracy Guidance BMP_Low_01-04-19

BMP5 high_res

Global Counter-Piracy Guidance BMP_Low_01-04-19

Global Counter-Piracy Guidance BMP_High_01-04-19

ISWAN - Arrested and Detained Vessels, and Abandoned Seafarers

This booklet has been prepared as a guide to the voluntary societies involved in port-based welfare globally. It is intended to outline the responsibilities of the authorities and other organisations that might become involved when problems are identified aboard a vessel whilst in port. The guidance has been produced to assist port welfare committee members and welfare agencies, to review best practice following incidents of seafarers being abandoned, and vessels being arrested or detained. It is hoped that this booklet will provide some practical advice as to actions which should be taken and signposting to organisations who may be able to offer further assistance. This guidance is intended to be adapted by national welfare boards to suit their particular circumstances.

MOU between ASA ECSA and ICS - final agreed text

Answer to the public consultation on the adoption of the Proposal for amending Regulation 2015.757

Why Research and Development is Critical to IMO’s GHG Strategy

Mandatory reporting of Attained EEDI values

MEPC Circular related to the enhanced implementation of regulation 18 of MARPOL Annex VI

Draft MEPC resolution that invites Member States to encourage voluntary cooperation between the port and shipping sectors to reduce GHG emissions from ships

Flag State Performance Table 2017-2018

Flag State Table 2019

Comments on document HTW 6.3

Proposed amendments to table B-I2 of the STCW Code

Comprehensive review of the STCW Convention and Code

Arrangements used in the operational testing of free-fall lifeboat release systems without launching the lifeboat

Global Counter-Piracy Guidance BMP_Low_18-07-18

Global Counter-Piracy Guidance BMP_Low_18-07-18

Global Counter-Piracy Guidance BMP_High_18-07-18

Global Counter-Piracy Guidance BMP_High_18-07-18

Global Counter-Piracy Guidance BMP_High_18-07-18

gog-guidelines-v3

gog-guidelines-v3

bmp5-lo-res

bmp5-hi-res

EEDI Reduction beyond phase 2 – Consideration of technical issues affecting future evolution

EEDI Reduction beyond phase 2 - Consideration of technical issues affecting futureevolutio

Bunker Supplier Licensing Schemes

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