The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has published a new edition of the ICS Bridge Procedures Guide, widely acknowledged as the principal shipping industry guidance on best practice for safe navigation, which is used by seafarers and training institutes worldwide.
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MEPC 69/4/xx – Comments on document MEPC 69/4/13 (Liberia) relating to a Proposal for Additional Revision of the Application Schedule of Regulation B-3 of the International Convention for the Control and Manage
Submitted by ICS and INTERTANKO, Marine Environment Protection Committee, 69th Session, Agenda Item 4, February 2016. .
This fifth edition was withdrawn in September 2021 and replaced by the sixth edition. The Bridge Procedures Guide is widely acknowledged as the principal industry guidance on safe bridge procedures, and is used by Masters, watchkeeping officers, companies and training institutions worldwide. The Guide is referenced in the footnotes of several International Maritime Organization (IMO) Conventions.
Submitted by ICS, Sub-Committee on Human Element, Training and Watchkeeping, 3rd Session, Agenda Item 8, December 2015.
Submitted by ICS, Sub-Committee on Navigation, Communications and Search and Rescue, 3rd Session, Agenda Item 18, November 2015.
Submitted by ICS and Interferry, Sub-Committee on Human Element, Training and Watchkeeping, 3rd Session, Agenda Item 10, October 2015.
Organisations representing the global shipping and oil industry have announced that the size of the ‘High Risk Area’ for piracy in the Indian Ocean has been reduced and issued new advice to merchant ship operators.
The global shipping industry, represented by a wide cross section of international shipowners' associations and seafarers' unions, has collectively updated the industry's Guidelines on Large Scale Rescue Operations at Sea.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has announced an exciting final programme for this year’s ICS International Shipping Conference which features high-profile speakers from across the global industry.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), the principal global trade association for merchant ship operators, held its Annual General Meeting in Rotterdam last week, at the kind invitation of the Royal Association of Netherlands Shipowners.