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Canada hiring marine safety experts for spill-response risk assessment

Transport Canada said the federal government will conduct a risk assessment study of readiness for oil and chemical spills from ships in Canadian waters

Web Bulletin 2013

InterManager seeks ways to improve recruitment, training of crews, on-shore staff

InterManager plans to address issues that arose in a members' survey, including market conditions, recruitment, training and crew payment methods

Web Bulletin 2013

Fiscal Cliff agreement extends tax credit for offshore wind

The Fiscal Cliff agreement reached this week includes an extension of the investment tax credit for offshore wind projects

Web Bulletin 2013
Gulf operators increasingly recruiting from the maritime academies

Gulf operators increasingly recruiting from the maritime academies

Offshore operators in the Gulf of Mexico have been looking farther afield for vessel officers, and maritime academy graduates nationwide are the beneficiaries.

April 2013

ISF publishes guide on complying with Maritime Labor Convention

The International Federation of Shipping has published the Guidelines on the Application of the ILO MLC

Web Bulletin 2012

Coast Guard cutter sails with all-female watch during Lake Michigan transit

The U.S. Coast Guard cutter Mackinaw sailed in Lake Michigan with an all-female watch

Web Bulletin 2012

Survey: Mississippi River disruption would imperil 16K jobs in La., Ill., Mo.

American Waterways Operators and Waterways Council Inc. said a mid-December closure of Mississippi River barge traffic would place the region's economy at risk

Web Bulletin 2012

Ex-MarAd administrators urge support for U.S.-flag operators

Two former U.S. maritime administrators wrote an opinion column urging continued support for U.S. merchant marine

Web Bulletin 2012

Cape May-Lewes Ferry system hires first-ever female engineer

The operator of the Cape May-Lewes Ferry has hired its first-ever woman engineer

Web Bulletin 2012

Report: Bollinger to build 6 fast response cutters for Coast Guard

Bollinger Shipyards said it has won a $250 million contract to build six fast response cutters for the U.S. Coast Guard

Web Bulletin 2012
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