Submitted by ICS and WSC, Sub-Committee on Carriage of Cargoes and Containers, 1st Session, Agenda Item 3, July 2014.
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CCC 1/6/XX – Amendments to the IMDG Code & Supplements – Non-Declared and Misdeclared Dangerous Goods
Submitted by ICS, Sub-Committee on Carriage of Cargoes and Containers, 1st Session, Agenda Item 6, July 2014.
Guidelines to help shipowners comply with a new International Maritime Organization (IMO) regulation requiring ship-specific plans and procedures for the recovery of persons from the water, have been launched today by the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), the global trade association for shipowners.
Shipowners and seafarers' unions have joined forces to express concern at flag states’ failure to submit maritime casualty reports as required under international Conventions.
Submitted by International Chamber of Shipping, International Group of P&I Clubs, International Union of Marine Insurance, and International Salvors’ Union, Legal Committee, 101st Session, Agenda Item 11, April 2014.
E&T 21/5/?? – FINALIZATION OF DRAFT AMENDMENT 03-15 TO THE IMSBC CODE Proposed Ammendements to Section 13 “References to related information and recommendations”
Submitted by IACS, Intercargo, BIMCO and ICS, Editorial and Technical Group of the Sub-Committee on Carriage of Cargoes and Containers, 1st Session, Agenda Item 5, March 2014.
ICS Position Paper Informally Circulated to IMO Member States, MEPC 66, March 2014.
MSC 93/20/XX – Work Programme – Clarification for Regulation 5-2 of chapter VI of SOLAS regarding Prohibition of blending of bulk liquid cargoes and production processes during sea voyages
Submitted by Norway, Panama, Marshall Islands, Liberia, ICS, BIMCO and INTERTANKO, Maritime Safety Committee, 93rd Session, Agenda Item 20, March 2014.
Maritime Employer representatives, coordinated by the International Shipping Federation (ISF), met with International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) counterparts this week at the International Labour Organization to review the ILO recommended minimum wage for the Able Seafarer. It was agreed that from 1 January 2015, the ILO minimum monthly basic wage for an AB is increased to US$592 and from 1 January 2016, the basic wage is increased to US$614.
The Board of Directors of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), representing national shipowners’ associations from 35 nations and over 80% of the world merchant fleet, recently met in London.