The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) is running a unique series of digital events which will give shipping industry leaders an insight into how the post-COVID direction of national policies and corporate strategies outside the industry will impact on the future of shipping and international trade.
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Today, the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), along with the International Maritime Health Association (IMHA) and the International Association of Independent Tanker Owners (INTERTANKO), have issued new protocols to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 cases on board.
This booklet has been prepared as a guide to the voluntary societies involved in port-based welfare globally. It is intended to outline the responsibilities of the authorities and other organisations that might become involved when problems are identified aboard a vessel whilst in port.
Provides authoritative and comprehensive guidance on engine room procedures, to ensure that ships’ engine rooms are operated and managed safely while protecting the environment.
An International Maritime Health Association (IMHA) interim paper offering a common sense, best practice approach to mitigate the risk of transmission of Covid-19 in seafarers joining the ship with quarantine and testing.
Agenda: AMENDMENTS TO THE IMDG CODE AND SUPPLEMENTS Submitted by: ICHCA, ICS, IVODGA and WSC
Agenda: AMENDMENTS TO THE IMDG CODE AND SUPPLEMENTS Submitted by Liberia, BIMCO, ICHCA, ICS
Alarming reports of ship managers and individuals failing to comply with national crew change guidelines / Failure to adhere to crew change protocols must not be tolerated.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has today reminded the global shipping industry that failure to adhere to crew change protocols must not be tolerated.
International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) Secretary General, Guy Platten, addressed the Ministerial International Maritime Summit on Crew Changes hosted by the United Kingdom in London to urge national governments to take decisive action and solve the crew change crisis affecting world shipowners, seafarers and supply chains.