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Crew as collateral damage

The politically tense situation between Iran and the governments of the United Kingdom and United States has been steadily escalating over the past few months, with both sides lashing out at the other about perceived […]


Gender equality taken seriously by IMO

The IMO’s decision to dedicate 25 June, this year’s International Day of the Seafarer, to gender equality is indicative of a gradual cultural shift in the sector towards being more visibly inclusive. Given that shipping […]



Safety at Sea Survey of the Month

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The International Transport Workers’ Federation tipped off the #Australian #Maritime Safety Authority on 11 Sept, that crew on board the Hong Kong-flagged MV Xing Jing Hai bulk carrier in the port of #Brisbane had been underpaid. @AMSA_News read more: https://t.co/5DYuIEhqGd