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Seafarers on offshore contracts may be unable to access the scheme, RMT and Nautilus fear
Shipping industry steps up efforts to improve crew welfare during the coronavirus crisis, crude tanker rates dip again on talk of Russia-Saudi Arabia oil production truce, and optimism returns to dry bulk sector
Training for maritime can still be done even with travel restrictions, however there are some tips to be observed if the training is to make a difference, says Videotel managing director Raal Harris
With tens of thousands of seafarers trapped on ships, and many more on offshore installations, the challenge of supplying food and other essentials requires meticulous preparation, says Wrist chief Jens Holger Nielsen
The movement of seafarers and marine personnel, including crew changes, is essential to a functioning international shipping industry responsible for moving the bulk of world trade, ICS and ITF said in a joint letter to G20
The company had originally banned crew changes of its vessels until April 14. It has now prolonged this until May 12 due to the coronavirus
Crew changes have been prohibited in the UAE as a measure against the coronavirus, but the country now says it will start easing restrictions
The solution is to find key ports that are close to airports that are big enough that they are able to fly crew home
The UK is one exception to have moved to categorise seafaring as an essential service, which goes to promoting seafarer welfare in trying times such as the current coronavirus outbreak
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