Six maritime actors launch competition to drive Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Six maritime actors launch competition to drive Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The Editorial Team August 3, 2022 https://safety4sea.com/six-maritime-actors-launch-competition-to-drive-d...

Thome Group, together with Hafnia, Anglo American, RightShip, Rio Tinto, and Wilhelmsen have joined forces to launch Maritime Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Innovation Lab 2022.

World Maritime University seeks seafarer opinion on working hours

World Maritime University seeks seafarer opinion on working hours
Sam Chambers August 3, 2022 https://splash247.com/world-maritime-university-seeks-seafarer-opinion-o...

The World Maritime University (WMU) is calling all seafarers to participate in a survey on hours of work/rest, workload, and ship manning.

Stella Maris Philippines expresses gratitude to the late President Fidel V. Ramos

Stella Maris Philippines expresses gratitude to the late FVR
Christina Hermoso August 3, 2022 https://mb.com.ph/2022/08/03/stella-maris-philippines-expresses-gratitud...

Balanga Bishop and Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Bishop Promoter of Stella Maris-Philippines Ruperto C. Santos, on behalf of the organization that looks after the spiritual welfare of seafarers, expressed sadness on the passing of former President Fidel V. Ramos.

Internet onboard: What are the pros and cons for seafarers

Internet onboard: What are the pros and cons for seafarers
The Editorial Team August 2, 2022 https://safety4sea.com/cm-internet-onboard-what-are-the-pros-and-cons-fo...

Using internet today is like breathing air. While you cannot see it around, it is of outmost importance for the proper function of everyday activities.

Of course the seafaring profession does not remain unaffected, as the increasing digitalization onboard, provide many benefits, as well as drawbacks.

Seafarer support hubs face Covid-fuelled challenges

Seafarer support hubs face Covid-fuelled challenges
Eric Priante Martin 2 August 2022 https://www.tradewindsnews.com/people/seafarer-support-hubs-face-covid-f...

North America’s seafarer centres encountered volunteer shortages and a tough market for paid staff as they worked to help mariners tackle pandemic-related problems

Data Reveals How Cargo Ship Pollution Actually Affects Fuel Regulations

Data Reveals How Cargo Ship Pollution Actually Affects Fuel Regulations
Rain Jordan Aug 03, 2022 https://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/52321/20220803/data-reveals-how...

Touching seafarers' lives with pastoral care

Touching seafarers' lives with pastoral care
Yashika F. Torib August 3, 2022 https://www.manilatimes.net/2022/08/03/business/maritime/touching-seafar...

IT has become a common notion that seafarers are hardy people. They are accustomed to a life of physical, mental and emotional difficulties, and as these come with the job, people expect that seafarers would easily come out of their struggles.

Atty. Brenda V. Pimentel: Prospects for the maritime industry under the SONA

Prospects for the maritime industry under the SONA
Atty. Brenda V. Pimentel August 3, 2022 https://www.manilatimes.net/2022/08/03/business/maritime/prospects-for-t...

Maritime groups sign manifesto of support for Marcos, laud creation of Department of Migrant Workers

Maritime groups sign manifesto of support for Marcos, laud creation of DMW
August 3, 2022 https://www.manilatimes.net/2022/08/03/business/maritime/maritime-groups...

THE heads of the biggest manning group in the country recently signed a manifesto of support for President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. and lauded the creation of the Department of Migrant Workers (DMW).

The hidden traps of connectivity onboard

The hidden traps of connectivity onboard
The Editorial Team August 1, 2022 https://safety4sea.com/cm-the-hidden-traps-of-connectivity-onboard/

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