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posted on: Jul 11, 2020

মেরিন জীবনের পুরোটাই পরবর্তী প্রজন্মের...

মেরিন জীবনের পুরোটাই পরবর্তী প্রজন্মের জন্য স্যাক্রিফাইস সাক্ষাৎকার July 10, 2020 আব্দুল্লাহ-আল-মাহমুদ আমার প্রথম জাহাজে বেশ কয়েকজন অসাধারণ অফিসার...

মেরিন জীবনের পুরোটাই পরবর্তী প্রজন্মের জন্য স্যাক্রিফাইস
posted on: Jul 11, 2020

বহির্বিশ্বে বাংলাদেশের সুনাম ক্ষুন্ন...

বহির্বিশ্বে বাংলাদেশের সুনাম ক্ষুন্ন ভূয়া নেগেটিভ সার্টিফিকেটধারী বিমান যাত্রী : বন্ধ হচ্ছে আন্তর্জাতিক ফ্লাইট : ১২৫ বাংলাদেশিকে বিমান থেকে...

বহির্বিশ্বে বাংলাদেশের সুনাম ক্ষুন্ন
posted on: Jul 10, 2020

Key Countries Agree to Help...

Key Countries Agree to Help Bring Home Seafarers Stuck on Ships By K Oanh Ha and Krystal ChiaJuly 10, 2020  Crews recognized...

Key Countries Agree to Help Bring Home Seafarers Stuck on Ships
posted on: Jul 10, 2020
Seafarers Fear There’s No Plan to Get Them Off Ships

Seafarers Fear There’s No Plan to Get Them Off Ships...

posted on: Jul 10, 2020

Seafarers Fear There’s No Plan to Get Them Off Ships July 9, 2020 by Bloomberg Photo: nattanan726 / Shutterstock By K. Oanh Ha, Krystal Chia and Claire Jiao (Bloomberg) — Like thousands of other seafarers, Karika Neethling wanted to get home as the coronavirus pandemic convulsed the cruise industry in March. Her anxiety grew more desperate when she learned she was pregnant. But for nearly three months, the 27-year-old South African was caught in a web of border restrictions and corporate bureaucracy, shuttled on ships between ports in the Bahamas and Italy as her employer, MSC Cruises SA, worked to get its crews home. “I don’t think we were ever priorities,” said Neethling, who worked as a shop employee aboard the luxury liner the MSC Preziosa. “I was depressed and in despair thinking I might have this baby on the ship.” Neethling isn’t alone. While she’s finally home in...

Governments Back Urgent Action to Facilitate Seafarer Crew Changes

Governments Back Urgent Action to Facilitate Seafarer Crew Changes...

posted on: Jul 10, 2020

Governments Back Urgent Action to Facilitate Seafarer Crew Changes July 9, 2020 by Mike Schuler Photo courtesy International Maritime Organization A group of governments from twelve countries have come together to pledge urgent action to resolve the crew change crisis that has emerged as a result of COVID-19 pandemic. In a joint statement presented Thursday during the virtual International Maritime Summit on Crew Changes, representatives from 12 countries expressed their deep concern about the current crisis and acknowledged that “the inability of ship operators worldwide to conduct ship’s crew changes is the single most pressing maritime operational challenge to the safe and efficient movement of global trade”. At least 200,000 seafarers are estimated to stranded on ships and awaiting repatriation amid government-imposed travel restrictions. This inability for routine crew changes has led to a growing humanitarian crisis in shipping, in addition to concerns that seafarer fatigue and mental health issues may...

SAFETY4SEA Crew Wellness Survey: How happy are seafarers onboard?

SAFETY4SEA Crew Wellness Survey: How happy are seafarers onboard?...

posted on: Jul 10, 2020

Safety4Sea 10 July 2020 SAFETY4SEA Crew Wellness Survey: How happy are seafarers onboard? Life onboard has its own unique characteristics but is a demanding task for those who opt for it. As soon as the industry realized that crew wellness affects safety and efficiency of operations, maritime stakeholders have shed their focus on finding ways to address the issue. In this context, SAFETY4SEA conducted a survey aiming to assess the five key aspects of wellness for people working onboard: Social, Emotional, Physical, Intellectual and Spiritual. Overall, the outcome was better than expected, with seafarers achieving high satisfaction scores in many sections. Seafarers | 27/02/20 Running during Q4 2019, the survey gathered responses from an unprecedented 9,768 seafarers, serving onboard 1,072 ships. The survey was anonymous, aiming at providing an index for benchmark. Participants had to complete a questionnaire divided into two parts. The first part included demographics about ship...

AMSA: Mental health guidance for seafarers

AMSA: Mental health guidance for seafarers

posted on: Jul 10, 2020

AMSA: Mental health guidance for seafarers In light of the humanitarian crisis that followed the COVID-19 pandemic, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) highlights the importance of ensuring that the crew members maintain a good mental health. Maritime Health | 09/07/20 Accordingly, looking after the crew means that the operation will run more effectively, and you will retain happier, productive and more dedicated employees. AMSA provides recommendation on how operators and the masters can ensure that their crew have the necessary information and strategies to help alleviate the effects of stress that can lead to mental health issues: Educate your crew  Masters and senior crew members should know about the psychological impact of stress and mental health issues, including knowledge of the short and long-term consequences of stress. Masters and senior crew should also: ensure crew members have information and awareness through trainingestablish prevention and minimization programsbe able to identify...

Ship Orders Fall to Lowest Level in 15 Years

Ship Orders Fall to Lowest Level in 15 Years

posted on: Jul 9, 2020

Ship Orders Fall to Lowest Level in 15 Years Fewer oil tankers and dry bulk carriers will hit the water, but orders of gas carriers are rising There were 3,200 seagoing vessels ordered world-wide at the start of April.PHOTO: SEONGJOON CHO/BLOOMBERG NEWS By Costas Paris April 19, 2019 Wall Street Journal Ship orders world-wide have shrunk to the lowest level in 15 years as vessel owners struggle with excess capacity that has kept freight rates well below break-even levels. There were 3,200 vessels of a combined 81 million gross tons ordered globally in the first quarter, the lowest figure since 2004, marine data provider Clarksons PLC said in a report released Friday. “The global order book has declined to its lowest level since the early stages of the shipbuilding boom,” George Warner of Clarksons Research said. NEWSLETTER SIGN-UP What’s News What’s News is a digest of the day’s most important business...

Costly cargo: The plight of seafarers in a pandemic

Costly cargo: The plight of seafarers in a pandemic...

posted on: Jul 8, 2020

Costly cargo: The plightof seafarers in a pandemic Sam Bateman 8 July 2020 Lowy Institute Is enough being done to look after international crews aboard“flags of convenience” ships and to maintain global trade? Crew members of a ship docked in Rotterdam (Robin Utrecht via Getty Images) Amid the many consequences of the coronavirus pandemic, thousands of seafarers around the world are now locked onboard their ships with expired contracts and unable to get home. In a normal month, approximately 100,000 seafarers leave their ships and are replaced by others, but travel restrictions imposed by governments, as well as limitations on the availability of international airline flights, have meant that replacement crews cannot get to their ships and relieved crews are unable to get home. There are far-reaching implications of this situation for international trade. Big questions are involved. Is enough being done to look after international seafarers? Who has responsibility for...

Bangladesh: Incessant Delinquency In Inland Shipping And Role Of Marine Court

Bangladesh: Incessant Delinquency In Inland Shipping And Role Of Marine Court...

posted on: Jul 7, 2020

Bangladesh: Incessant Delinquency In Inland Shipping And Role Of Marine Court July 7, 2020 By Sabrina Hasan* Being a riverine country and having a huge population, inland shipping which carries passengers and goods is a great source of economy in Bangladesh. As the mode of transportation is very popular, it requires a greater management system as so many risk factors lie within the transportation. The risk becomes evident from the records of inland shipping casualties as almost every year the country faces the loss of lives and damages of goods due to inland vessels’ accidents. To govern the inland shipping including the registry and other functioning, there are different governing bodies under the ministry of shipping which control, monitor and regulate the system. However, the question has always been there whether the system is sufficient enough to keep the inland marine transportation safe and regulate properly. Considering the news...

Coast Guard, NTSB Investigating Lost Containers in Hawaii

Coast Guard, NTSB Investigating Lost Containers in Hawaii...

posted on: Jul 6, 2020

Coast Guard, NTSB Investigating Lost Containers in Hawaii July 2, 2020 by Mike Schuler Stacks of container toppled on the dexk of the Ho Omaka Hou in Hilo Harbor, Hawaii. The Coast Guard continues to investigate the loss of 21 shipping containers from the barge Ho Omaka Hou off Hilo, Hawaii. All cargo was successfully removed from the barge over the weekend and it returned to Honolulu Monday, where a further damage assessment is being conducted. Twelve containers of have still not been located. Nine of the initial 21 containers have been found. One was located north of Hilo and sank. One washed ashore at Onomea beach, where it was refloated and towed to Hilo Harbor. The rest were recovered to Hilo Harbor and were removed from the water. The incident began early in the morning on June 22 when the operator of the tug Hoku Loa reported to the...

NPP accuses Sri Lanka govt of planning to sell Colombo Port east terminal to Indian company

NPP accuses Sri Lanka govt of planning to sell Colombo Port east terminal to Indian company...

posted on: Jul 2, 2020

NPP accuses Sri Lanka govt of planning to sell Colombo Port east terminal to Indian company The government of Sri Lanka is deliberately delaying the installation of three new gantry cranes at Colombo Port’s east container terminal to quietly pave the way for a sale of the terminal, the Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP)-led National People’s Power (NPP) said Jul 02, 2020 South Asia Monitor The government of Sri Lanka is deliberately delaying the installation of three new gantry cranes at Colombo Port’s east container terminal to quietly pave the way for a sale of the terminal, the Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP)-led National People’s Power (NPP) said. JVP General Secretary Tilvin Silva speaking to journalists this morning accused the government of delaying the terminal’s long-overdue development work in order to justify a transfer of ownership from the Sri Lanka Ports Authority (SLPA) to an Indian company. He further said that the...

চীন_সুযোগ_ছাড়তে_রাজী_না: পায়রা বন্দরের প্রথম টার্মিনাল নির্মাণের দায়িত্ব পেল চীনা প্রতিষ্ঠান

চীন_সুযোগ_ছাড়তে_রাজী_না: পায়রা বন্দরের প্রথম টার্মিনাল নির্মাণের দায়িত্ব পেল চীনা প্রতিষ্ঠান...

posted on: Jul 2, 2020

Defence Research Forum- DefRes 1 July 2020 পায়রা সমুদ্রবন্দরের জন্য এক হাজার ৩৪ কোটি ৪০ লাখ টাকা ব্যয়ে অত্যাধুনিক প্রথম টার্মিনাল নির্মাণে চুক্তি স্বাক্ষরিত হয়েছে। গতকাল মঙ্গলবার বিকেলে চীনের ‘সিএসআইসি ইন্টার ন্যাশনাল ইঞ্জিনিয়ারিং কম্পানি লিমিটেড’-এর সঙ্গে পায়রা বন্দর কর্তৃপক্ষের চুক্তিটি সম্পন্ন হয়। টার্মিনালটি নির্মিত হবে বঙ্গোপসাগরের রাবনাবাদ নদের মোহনা ঘেঁষা কলাপাড়ার লালুয়া ইউনিয়নের চান্দুপাড়া গ্রামের মূল বন্দর এলাকায়। চীন যাতে বাংলাদেশে বন্দর নির্মাণ না করে সে ব্যপারে ভারত,আমেরিকা বরাবরই বাংলাদেশকে প্রেসার প্রয়োগ করে আসছিল।সোনাদিয়া বন্দর আপাতত নির্মাণ বন্ধ হলেও সে প্রকল্প এখনো পুরোপুরিভাবে হিমাগারে পাঠানো হয়নি। এরই মাঝে পায়রা বন্দরে প্রথম টার্মিনাল নির্মাণের কাজ চীন বাগিয়ে নিল।মাতারবাড়িতেও চীনের বড় ধরনের বিনিয়োগের সুযোগ রয়েছে। সোনাদিয়া বন্দর না হলেও চীন তার তথাকথিত Pearl Of Strings এর বলয় থেকে প্রত্যক্ষ এবং পরোক্ষভাবে ভারতকে চাপে রেখেছে।আপাতত চীন পায়রা বন্দরের কৌশলগত এবং অবকাঠামোগত উন্নয়ন করবে।...

বুড়িগঙ্গা সদরঘাট এলাকায় ২ টি লঞ্চের মুখোমুখি সংঘর্ষে এমভি মর্নিং বার্ড নামে একটি লঞ্চ ৫০ এর অধিক যাত্রী সহ আজ সকাল ৯ টায় ডুবে গেছে।

বুড়িগঙ্গা সদরঘাট এলাকায় ২ টি লঞ্চের মুখোমুখি সংঘর্ষে এমভি মর্নিং বার্ড নামে একটি লঞ্চ ৫০ এর অধিক যাত্রী সহ আজ সকাল ৯ টায় ডুবে গেছে।...

posted on: Jul 2, 2020

Defence Research Forum- DefRes June 29, 2020 রাজধানীর বুড়িগঙ্গা সদরঘাট এলাকায় ২ টি লঞ্চের মুখোমুখি সংঘর্ষে এমভি মর্নিং বার্ড নামে একটি লঞ্চ ৫০ এর অধিক যাত্রী সহ আজ সকাল ৯ টায় ডুবে গেছে। লঞ্চটি লোকেশন খুজে পেতে ইতিমধ্যে বাংলাদেশ নৌবাহিনী, বাংলাদেশ কোস্টগার্ড, বিআইডাব্লিউটিএ এবং ফায়ার সার্ভিসে ৪ টি ডুবরি দল কাজ করছে। এছাড়া বাংলাদেশ এয়ারফোর্স একটি বেল-২১২ ইউটিলিটি হেলিকপ্টার সার্চ অপারেশন এ ইতিমধ্যে যোগ দিয়েছে। পাশাপাশি নদীর পার জুরে সার্চ অপারেশন চালাচ্ছে র‍্যাব এভিয়েশন উইংয়ের একটি বেল – ৪০৭ হেলিকপ্টার। লঞ্চ টি লোকেট করতে BIWTA এর একটি সার্ভে বোট ইতিমধ্যে ঘটনা স্থলে কাজ করছে এছাড়া নারায়ণগঞ্জ থেকে BIWTA এর উদ্ধারকারী জাহাজ BIWTA Rustom ইতিমধ্যে রওনা হয়েছে। এছাড়া আরেক উদ্ধার কারী জাহাজ BIWTA Prottoy ইতিমধ্যে অপারেশন যুক্ত হতে প্রস্তুত রয়েছে...

International law takes a step towards Asia

International law takes a step towards Asia

posted on: Jul 1, 2020

International law takes a step towards Asia Aristyo Rizka Darmawan 1 July 2020 Lowy Institute With Singapore a venue for the International Tribunalfor the Law of the Sea, will more Asian countries use it? Ceremony for the 20th anniversary of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea in Hamburg, Germany, 7 October 2016 (Daniel Reinhardt/picture alliance via Getty Images) Published 30 Jun 2020 As the historical development of international law has been dominated by European principles and doctrine, there is an argument that public international law has always been associated with a Western-centric view of the world. Moreover, major public international law judicial organs such as the International Court of Justice (ICJ), Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) and the International Criminal Court (ICC) are all located in the Netherlands, while the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) is located in Germany. This has contributed to a...

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