Submitted by Japan and ICS, Sub-Committee on Ship Systems and Equipment, 6th Session, Agenda Item 9, December 2018.
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Offering guidance to companies on how to implement effective cyber risk management onboard ships. The updated Guidelines include a new annex 2 developed by ICS on the incorporation of cyber risk management into safety management systems as required by IMO resolution MSC.428(98).
Poster developed to raise awareness amongst onboard personnel regarding the basic steps that can be taken to contribute to effective maritime cyber risk management.
In light of growing media interest and the diversity of expert opinions on the subject, this study conducted by the Hamburg School of Business Administration (HSBA) on behalf of ICS, assesses and determines the potential effects of autonomous ships on the role of seafarers and the global shipping industry.
Speaking in Tokyo on behalf of the global trade association for shipowners, the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), its Chairman, Esben Poulsson, highlighted serious concerns about the challenge presented by the United States ‘to the proven benefits of multilateralism and the existing global trading order underpinned by a system of international rules and norms which has brought peace and prosperity since World War Two’.
The second edition of the ICS Guidance for the Preparation and Implementation of Garbage Management Plans has been published to help shipping companies comply with the latest requirements of the IMO International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL).
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) have jointly released new ‘Guidelines for implementing the Welfare aspects of the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC)’.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has released a new study conducted by the Hamburg School of Business Administration (HSBA) on behalf of ICS, regarding the potential effects of autonomous ships on the role of seafarers and the global shipping industry.
As reported changes to the world’s climate appear to be increasing the accessibility of the Arctic to international shipping, this ICS position paper is intended to establish some key principles with respect to the governance of maritime activity in the Arctic and the regulation of ships navigating Arctic waters.
MSC 100/11/1 – Comments on document MSC 100/11 regarding the draft amendments to paragraph 9.5 of the IGF
Submitted by ICS and SGMF, Maritime Safety Committee, 100th Session, Agenda Item 11, October 2018.