Welcome to the home of global maritime safety

USS Kidd crew board the Iranian-flagged fishing dhow Al Molai to detain 15 suspected pirates who were holding a 13-member Iranian crew hostage. Credit: US Navy

Seafarers’ wages will soon be better protected in the event that they are taken hostage, on or off a...

The hoisted Sewol seen on its side. Credit: PA

A South Korean government commission said on 9 May that the Sewol ferry, now lying on its side in Mokpo port, will be set upright on 10 May to make a final search for remains of five victims who remain missing....

Pilots at the Port of Charleston (above) could be affected if the regulation conflict is not resolved. Credit: SCPA

Harbour pilots working vessels at two major US East Coast container ports could be left vulnerable to safety hazards unless a conflict in regulations over...

Russian icebreaker Vladimir Ignatyuk in the McMurdo Sound in Antarctica. Credit: National Science Foundation

Russia plans to launch five satellites between 2018 and 2022 to establish a “comprehensive communications system” for the Northern Sea Route (NSR).

These new sate...

Indian firefighters battle the blaze aboard Maersk Honam. Credit: Indian Coast Guard.

The two recent cargo fires on container ships Maersk Kensington, 6,188 teu, and Maersk Honam, 15,262 teu, in March have thrown stark light on the continuing risk fires pose to life, ca...

Security guard keeping lookout for pirates. Credit: Capt Singh Inderjeet

Safety and security are like bacon and eggs – they can survive apart but they are generally better together. The concept and practice of safety culture is now deeply embedded in  maritime thanks to...

Please reload


Waking up to wellbeing

April 10, 2018

Please reload

Please reload

Search By Tags
Please reload

Follow Us
  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Twitter Basic Square