The ICS Diversity and Inclusion Toolkit for Shipping has been developed to create awareness and inspire change in the strategies, policies and practices that will enable the maritime industry to meet the needs of the diverse seafarer community. It provides descriptions and definitions; provides ways to assess the current needs of diverse communities and identify gaps in services, policies and practice; and makes suggestions on how to fill these gaps.
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Maritime companies that value diversity and inclusion will be able to protect its existing workforce and encourage new talent into the business. This webinar will explore what diversity means to shipping and what more can be done to achieve a more diverse, successful and competitive workforce.
Five industries representing more than 50% of global emissions need stronger international collaboration to deliver reductions in line with the Paris Agreement, according to the first report from a new group aiming to reshape major charter markets and accelerate development of green fuels and technologies.
HTW 9-7 – Proposal for aims and principles of the comprehensive review and revision of the STCW Convention and Code
Agenda: COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF THE 1978 STCW CONVENTION AND CODE. Submitted by ICS
With planned strikes around the world and recent strike at Felixstowe port, ICS takes a look at the potential effects on maritime businesses.
The challenges posed by to maritime logistics by global health issues, conflict and extreme weather are addressed in UNCTAD’s new toolset.
With an unprecedented shortage of skilled workers entering into shipping, ICS discusses what concrete steps can be taken to improve the 'brain drain' in maritime.
Emanuele Grimaldi, ICS Chairman, president and MD of Grimaldi Euromed discusses the practical paths that must be taken as shipping journeys towards decarbonisation
Following the effects of COVID-19 and the crew change crisis there remains an ongoing concern regarding access to in-person and emergency medical care.