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Open Ocean participates in ISO talks on security guards aboard ships

The comprehensive marine security system Open Ocean has been introduced, and the group participated in an ISO conference on security personnel aboard ships

Web Bulletin 2012

Blog: An inside look at U.S. Coast Guard's port state inspections

The Coast Guard Compass blog has published a feature on port state inspections in Hawaii

Web Bulletin 2012

Pirate attacks decline sharply due to naval action, armed guards

Pirate attacks have declined sharply in 2012, with 177 incidents in the first half versus 266 in previous first half

Web Bulletin 2012

In New York, ICS head says Law of the Sea should remain

Speaking in New York, the secretary-general of the International Chamber of Shipping says the Law of the Sea should not be fundamentally revised

Web Bulletin 2012

Canada signs $9.3M pact with Irving for Arctic patrol ships

Ottawa has signed the first contract with Nova Scotia's Irving Shipbuilding to kick off a major naval construction plan

Web Bulletin 2012

AWO praises House for TWIC bill reducing mariner in-person visits

Mariners would need to make only one in-person TWIC visit instead two, under a bill passed by the House of Representatives

Web Exclusive 2012

Piracy bureau issues first report since Washington declaration

The International Maritime Bureau has issued a report on the "human cost" of piracy, indicating that 1,206 seafarers were held hostage in 2011

Web Exclusive 2012

Former Coast Guard vice commandant cites
loss of confidence in Marine Safety Program

April 2008

Newfoundland deaths prompt questions about survival suits

April 2008

Coast Guard plans to hire civilians to boost its troubled Marine Safety role

October/November 2007
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