Safety & Security

NOVEMBER 16, 2015 — The National Transportation Safety Board said today that the video documentation of the cargo ship El Faro and the associated debris field has been completed but the vessel's voyage data recorder…
NOVEMBER 11, 2015 — The workhorses of the industry keep coastal communities safe and the industry going forward. By Shirley Del Valle, Managing Editor, Marine Log (Extended coverage from Marine Log's November 2015 issue).
OCTOBER 21, 2015 — With cargo liquefaction now seen as a major hazard for bulk carriers, classification society DNV GL has published a guideline for the design and operation of vessels carrying bulk cargo that…
OCTOBER 20, 2015 — In its third quarter analysis of trends in global maritime crime, U.K maritime intelligence specialist Dryad Maritime notes a rise of 38% in incidents across Southeast Asia, in comparison to the…
OCTOBER 15, 2015—In the battle against rising maritime piracy, U.K.-based Intelligent Engineering Ltd. (IE) has introduced a new lockable SPS (Sandwich Plate System) security door to keep the ship safe.
OCTOBER 14, 2015— Silver Ships, Inc., Theodore, AL, recently delivered a Freedom 21 all-aluminum patrol/rescue boat to the Southampton, NY, Bay Constables. The 21-foot center console boat was designed and engineered for one-man operation, which…
October 13, 2015 — Accidents resulting in death or injury on board ships in enclosed spaces continue to occur at unacceptable rates (Extended coverage from Marine Log's October 2015 issue).
SEPTEMBER 22, 2015 — The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has banned an Indonesian flagged general cargo ship from entering or using any port in Australia for three months. The ship is the 2004-built, 3,554…
SEPTEMBER 2, 2015 — The U.S. Coast Guard has issued a safety alert following an increase in the number of groundings on Alaskan shorelines involving uninspected commercial fishing vessels. Since July 14, 2015, a total…
AUGUST 28, 2015 — Cyprus police said Wednesday that hackers presenting themselves as a company in Africa have stolen EUR 565,000 euros from a Limassol based shipping company, according to Cyprus media reports. The shipping…
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