Please complete the survey for every successful or unsuccessful crew change attempted during the COVID-19 pandemic. This will help facilitate crew changes throughout the pandemic in as many ports as possible.
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The COVID-19 pandemic is creating significant challenges for ship operators and seafarers, but new research from the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has highlighted that, for users of its ISF Watchkeeper software, incidents of non-conformities continue to drop to increasingly lower levels over the past year.
In a joint letter to António Guterres, the leaders of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) and International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF), urge the Secretary-General to ensure governments were adopting the 12-step set of protocols issued by the UN’s own maritime regulator, the International Maritime Organization.
Guidance to support all types of ships which operate in international waters. Note: This second version from May 2020 has been replaced by an updated version 'Coronavirus (COVID-19) Guidance for Ship Operators for the Protection of the Health of Seafarers, v3'
Clip illustrating the #HeroesAtSeaShoutout campaign on 1st May Labour Day, when the world came together to salute our seafarers.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Guidelines for Ensuring a Safe Shipboard Interface Between Ship and Shore-Based Personnel
Guidelines from ICS and other major bodies addressing major concerns and expectations of ships’ crews and shore-based personnel during the coronavirus pandemic through the implementation of practical, risk-based measures. Guidelines – May 2020
Clip raising awareness for the over 400,000 seafarers now being impacted by governments' continued inaction to facilitate crew changes across the world, callling ships to sound their horns on Labour Day 1 May 2020.
ICS ITF letter template for shipping companies manning agents to fill in, certifying that the seafarer should be allowed free passage to travel between their home and their vessel and has participated in a medical screening.
Letter template from ICS and ITF as facilitation certificate for International Transport Worker – Seafarer. Certifying that a seafarer should be allowed free passage to travel between their home and their vessel and has participated in a medical screening.
ICS submission to the European Commission concerning the impact of the coronavirus (covid-19) outbreak and summary of containment and mitigation measures.