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AAPA, MarAd secure 2.4 million face masks for maritime personnel

Industry partners advocated aggressively for federal issuance of the protective gear

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SAFETY ALERT: Lack of accurate vessel data can undermine AIS

IMO postpones all meetings in shadow of COVID-19

Despite the move, work goes on pertaining to a number of important maritime issues

Coast Guard utilizes cellphone GPS for offshore rescues

The i911 program uses a mariner’s cellphone number to assist in pinpointing their location

SAFETY BULLETIN: Removing duck boat canopies, side curtains

Survitec appoints Ron Krisanda as executive chairman

New dates announced for CMA Shipping due to coronavirus

The annual conference in Connecticut has been postponed to June 29-July 1

CMA Shipping: No plans to cancel event over coronavirus

'Very specific control measures' will be taken at the Connecticut site

Coronavirus impact on seafarers underestimated, ship manager says

Synergy Group cites crew-change restrictions and onboard quarantines in some countries

Coast Guard pursues enforcement action against Bouchard

The company failed to comply with an order to repair or moor the tug Danielle M. Bouchard at a dock

Harken Industrial to acquire Cascade Rescue

Coast Guard orders six Bouchard vessels out of service

Three tug and fuel barge units in New York Harbor pose a 'risk to safety,' the service says

SAFETY ADVISORY: Coast Guard warns against use of hemp and CBD products

Use puts mariners at risk of having a THC-positive drug test, the service says

SAFETY ALERT: Damaged lifeboat cables

The Coast Guard cites the unintentional on-load release of some types of hooks


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Professional Mariner Editor Dom Yanchunas visits the Kanawha Valley for a conversation with West Virginia inventor Linwood Hamilton, who has developed a pair of inventions to improve safety in the inland towing industry. One is a rake that would fit onto the bow of a barge. The other is thruster piping inside a lead barge of a tow.

Added: 2015-11-03

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