Carbon emissions, safety and cyber security were at the top of the agenda at the annual Tripartite Shipbuilding Forum which attracted more than 100 delegates. At the end of two days of debate it was agreed that the industry needs to design ships differently and be more technologically innovative to reach world climate goals and counter cyber security risks.
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The second edition of The Guidelines on Cyber Security Onboard Ships has been released. The latest practical advice has been compiled by the joint industry group, which is led by BIMCO and now includes new members OCIMF and IUMI, as well as the original contributors CLIA, ICS, INTERCARGO and INTERTANKO.
Compares flag State laws on armed guards and arms on board
Annual Review 2017
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has welcomed the extension of EUNAVFOR Operation Atalanta, following a decision by the EU Council, which will continue to see military forces deployed for counter piracy operations in the Western Indian Ocean until December 2018.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) will focus clearly on its core agenda this year, with experts from key areas of industry across the board speaking at its 2016 International Shipping Conference, to be held at the British Library on Wednesday 7 September.
Submitted by ICS and the United States, Maritime Safety Committee, 96th Session, Agenda Item 12, March 2016.
FAL 40/9/XX – Guidelines on the Facilitation Aspects of Protecting the Maritime Transport Network from Cyber-Threats
Submitted by BIMCO, CIRM, CLIA, IACS, ICS, INTERCARGO, and INTERTANKO, Facilitation Committee, 40th Session, Agenda Item 9, February 2016.
Annual Review 2016
MSC 95/21/[X] – Industry Guidance on Large Scale Rescue Operations at Sea – Ensuring the Safety and Security of Seafarers and Rescued Persons
Submitted by International Chamber of Shipping, Maritime Safety Committee, 95th Session, Agenda Item 21, March 2015.