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ICS publishes new landmark practical medical guide which can deliver a remarkable difference in seafarers’ and fishers’ lives on board vessels
Leadership Insights series: Seafarer Health & Wellbeing
International Chamber of Shipping’s comment following the conclusion of the IMO ISWG-GHG 14
"We are disappointed by the lack of progress on setting new levels of ambition for GHG reductions to provide shipping with a clear net zero target for 2050. But we remain optimistic that a deal can still be stuck at the crucial MEPC meeting in July. More positively, governments are increasingly understanding the value of the ICS Fund and Reward proposal to accelerate the production and uptake of low and zero-carbon fuels."
Leadership Insights Series: Seafarer Health and Wellbeing
Shaping the Future of Shipping –Seafarer 2050
ICS is bringing together government Ministers, Regulators, Financiers, NGOs, Shipowners, industry CEOs to discuss what will be required of seafarers in 2050.
MSC 107-19-INF.6 – Best practice industry publications released in 2022/2023 and relevant to the Maritime Safety Committee
Agenda: ANY OTHER BUSINESS. Submitted by ICS
International Medical Guide for Seafarers and Fishers – Video
This modern and practical medical guide from ICS has been written and reviewed by an international group of maritime medical practitioners and experts with many years' experience of working with and training seafarers and fishers. It can be used on board all ships and fishing vessels, anywhere in the world, and in onshore safety departments, medical assistance centres and training institutions who support seafarers and fishers.
Conserving biologically diverse areas beyond national boundaries
Nearly 200 nation states at the United Nations in New York have agreed final draft text for a treaty to protect high seas marine life.
Disaster management for shipping and ports
Resilience is a core requirement of the supply chain, making unpredictable, large-scale natural disasters, such as the earthquake that hit Turkey and Syria in February, particularly problematic.