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Crew Welfare

Keep informed with the latest news, comment and analysis on the issues surrounding the safety and security of seafarers globally, highlighting the plight of the essential workers that keep shipping moving.

 

 

 

Safety is rising up the decarbonisation agenda

DNV and Lloyd’s List look behind the number of casualties in the Safety Trends report to ask why accidents happen at all, and what might be done to mitigate risk at a time of transition

Safety Regulation

China’s capsized fishing ship sinks with no survivors

A total of seven bodies have been recovered and 12 more have been spotted inside the ship

Casualty Asia Pacific

DNV and Lloyd’s List Intelligence forum to focus on maritime safety

With human error accounting for four in five maritime safety incidents, the industry must do better sharing experiences and lessons

Safety Casualty

OSM Thome merger comes to fruition

The new company will have almost 1,000 ships under management in all important market segments

Ship Management Consolidation

Eagle Bulk crew released after Gabon kidnap

US-based company says the crew is undergoing medical checks and will be repatriated and reunited with family in coming days 

Piracy and Security Crewing

Seafarer well-being key amid looming crew shortage, say Asian shipowners

ASA urges stakeholders to take action to improve seafarers’ working conditions and competency, while also calling for measures to tackle piracy and prepare for impacts of environment-related policies

Crewing Safety
INTERVIEW

Wallem banks on 120-year experience to tackle modern challenges

Wallem chief executive John-Kaare Aune shares with Lloyd’s List the firm’s approach to tackling pertinent issues such as crew management, alternative fuel, competition among shipmanagement firms, and the outlook for China’s economy

Ship Management Crewing

Malaysia halts search for Pablo’s missing crew

Dark fleet tanker Pablo caught fire off southeast Malaysia on May 1. Twenty-five crew members have been rescued following the casualty, while three remain missing

Sanctions Casualty

Crew recovered after Gulf of Guinea kidnapping

The Liberia-flagged tanker was located five days after being boarded by armed attackers off Congo. Some crew members were kidnapped when the ship was abandoned

Piracy and Security Crewing

Study shows mismatched expectations between maritime workers and employers

A new survey on 500 maritime employees and over 100 employers has shown that there is a misalignment between the expectation of employees and employers in several HR practices. The study designed for employees and employers across all parts of maritime, vessel types, and levels of experience all focused on Singapore

Crewing People

Seafarer survey shows a decline in satisfaction and happiness

Seafarer Happiness Index is lower than levels recorded in the second and third quarter of last year

Crewing Regulation

Dominica’s Doumbia-Henry wants to take IMO to ‘next level’

The International Maritime Organization has the potential to address all the issues of the current time, says secretary-general candidate

IMO People
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