Infrastructure transformation and collaboration between all maritime and onshore stakeholders will be key to achieve net zero goals, said speakers at the Leadership Insights Live event on 2 June 2021.
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ICS welcomes Mission Innovation’s ‘Mission for Shipping’ and highlights potential funding partnership with 5billion USD Maritime R&D Fund
The global shipping industry welcomes launch of the ‘Mission Innovation's Mission for Shipping’, led by Denmark, Norway and United States, with its ambition to make 5% of the global fleet capable of running on zero-emission fuels by 2030.
Infrastructure transformation will be critical to shipping's decarbonisation and collaboration between all stakeholders will be key. Hear how ports, cities and fuel providers will play a role on the road to net zero.
Food is crucial to maintaining the health and morale of crews. Without safe, nutritious and appealing food, seafarers would not be able to perform their duties effectively on board ship. The Training Record Book for Ships’ Cooks is the first global resource to help ships’ cooks demonstrate competency and record their training experience as they develop their careers. It is based on the International Labour Organization (ILO) Guidelines on the training of ships’ cooks, which implements the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC) Regulation 3.2.
Commissioned by ECSA and ICS, this Study is intended to identify some of those issues which the European Commission, EU Member States and the European Parliament will all need to consider carefully, in consultation with other stakeholders and the EU’s international trading partners, when the EC publishes a full regulatory proposal and the EU legislative process begins during 2021.
Global shipping fleet to sound horns on 25th June to send a clear message to the world with a #ShoutOutForSeafarers
Shipping industry calls for International Day of the Seafarer 2021 to be marked by thousands of ships sounding their horns at 12 noon local.
Speakers at the ICS Leadership Insights Live event on 12 May 2021 discussed environmentally sound and transparent practices for shipbreaking as well as the impact of COVID-19 on the inudstry.
While industry bodies are working with authorities at national, regional and international levels to prioritise rapid access to vaccinations for seafarers as key workers in all countries, it became apparent that a roadmap dedicated to seafarer vaccination would help to achieve global immunisation. Vaccination of seafarers in their home countries remains the preferred option but measures should be taken now to permit access to vaccination for seafarers from all countries. The roadmap provides a framework to establish a local vaccination programme dedicated to seafarers.
The Vaccination Roadmap framework will help countries establish vaccination hubs dedicated to seafarers across the world
Ship Recycling comes under the spotlight in the latest Leadership Insights - LIVE.