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HAPPY EASTER FROM MARITIME SAFETY&SECURITY

HAPPY EASTER from

MARITIME SAFETY&SECURITY

CERTIFICATEs RENEWAL – MSO TRAINING

Another deadline for training and certificates renewal is coming.

We cordially invite you for certificates renewal training 11-12.04.2018 r. to Szczecin City.

The training package consists of the following modules:
MFCC;
MTCC;
MENTAL HEALTH;
ENG 1 / DANISH MEDICAL CERTIFICATE (DMC).
For more information please contact our Maritime Safety & Security office, write to : office@maritime-security.eu

QUALITY CERTIFICATION of MS&S – ISO 9001: 2015

We are pleased to announce the transition of Maritime Safety & Security to the new quality standard ISO 9001: 2015. Certificates attached.

CERTIFICATEs RENEWAL – MSO TRAINING

Another deadline for training and certificates renewal is coming.

We cordially invite you for certificates renewal training 14-15.03.2018 r. to Szczecin City.

The training package consists of the following modules:
MFCC;
MTCC;
MENTAL HEALTH;
ENG 1 / DANISH MEDICAL CERTIFICATE (DMC).
For more information please contact our Maritime Safety & Security office, write to : office@maritime-security.eu

„SeaMan’s Book” – new, free aplication for seafarers & MSOs

We are pleased to announce the start of cooperation with the application “SeaMan’s Book”, in which all seafarers, including MSOs, can manage their documents, get reminders of ending certificates,and what’s more- add CV.

THE APPLICATION IS FREE of CHARGE, WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT !

Seam Men's Book Aplication

 

CERTIFICATEs RENEWAL – MSO TRAINING

Another deadline for training and certificates renewal is coming.

We cordially invite you for certificates renewal training 13-14.02.2018 r. to Szczecin City.

The training package consists of the following modules:
MFCC;
MTCC;
MENTAL HEALTH;
ENG 1 / DANISH MEDICAL CERTIFICATE (DMC).
For more information please contact our Maritime Safety & Security office, write to : office@maritime-security.eu

CERTIFICATEs RENEWAL – TRAINING

Another deadline for training and certificates renewal is coming.

We cordially invite you for certificates renewal training 17-18.01.2018 r. to Szczecin City.
The training package consists of the following modules:

MFCC;
MTCC;
MENTAL HEALTH;
ENG 1 / DANISH MEDICAL CERTIFICATE (DMC).
For more information please contact our Maritime Safety & Security office, write to : office@maritime-security.eu

MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR 2018 !

CERTIFICATEs RENEWAL – TRAINING

Another deadline for training and certificates renewal is coming.

We cordially invite you for certificates renewal training  13-14.12.2017 r. to  Szczecin City.
The training package consists of the following modules:

  • MFCC;
  • MTCC;
  • MENTAL HEALTH;
  • ENG 1 / DANISH MEDICAL CERTIFICATE (DMC).

For more information please contact our Maritime Safety & Security office, write to :  office@maritime-security.eu

Worldwide Threat to Shipping (WTS) Report

Selected information from WTS Report  9.10.2017-9/11/2017

IMB WARNING 080600 UTC NOV 2017
To: ALL SHIPS TRANSITING TAWI-TAWI / NORTH EAST SABAHWATERS / CELEBES SEA / SULU SEA / SOUTHERN PHILIPPINES. ASG planned kidnapping in Sabah watersand coastal areas. Philippines intel advised that at 032200 November 2017, ASG/KFRG sailed out fromSilangkang, Parang, Sulu to execute their plan of seajacking/abduction of sea going vessel in Lahad Datu,Malaysia. The group is aboard a 2-engine, colored blue jungkong speedboat. As of the morning of 04 November2017, the said group was monitored in Sitio Situggo, Brgy Dungon, Bongao, Tawi-Tawi from where they can launchattacks in the waters of Sitankai, Lahad Datu or Pearl Bank. Further information states that the group is targeting aKorean vessel but may opt for other ships and nationalities plying the Tawi-Tawi-Sabah waters. Extreme caution isadvised. SOP/countermeasures necessary. All ships are advised to maintain strict anti-piracy watch and takeadditional measures report all attacks to local authorities and to the IMB piracy reporting centre as per IMO circular1334.
CENTRAL AMERICA-CARIBBEAN-SOUTH AMERICA:
SAINT LUCIA: On 25 October, a chartered catamaran was boarded by 4 men in Soufriere. Two of the menwere armed with guns, and one with a knife, all had their faces concealed. The men made many threats and a shortstruggle ensued. One victim was hit in the face with a gun, the other struck on the head. The boarders demandedcash, cell phones, and passports. The cash and cellphones were surrendered readily and the passports andaccess to the locked cabin refused. After 20 terrifying minutes of further threats of violence and death the 4 men leftwith the dinghy. (www.noonsite.com)
BRAZIL: On 29 October, robbers boarded a passenger ferry on the Amazon River in the state of Para androbbed the passengers and crew. (www.ibtimes.co.uk)
WEST AFRICA  –
SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE: On 27 October, five skiffs approached an underway LPG Tanker near position00:41N – 006:03E, 35 nm northwest of Sao Tome & Principe. Each boat had 2 persons onboard, wearing greenclothing. Alarm was raised, crew was mustered, Master increased speed and commenced evasive maneuvers. Dueto the bad weather and the evasive maneuvers, the skiffs aborted the attack and moved away. (IMB; MDAT-GoG)
 
 NIGERIA: On 25 October, armed pirates from a speed boat boarded an underway crude oil tanker nearposition 03:35N – 006:49E, 51 nm south-southwest of Bonny Island. The 23 crew transferred control to, andretreated into the citadel and contacted the owners for help. The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre received themessage and immediately liaised with the Nigerian Naval Operations Centre who dispatched a warship whicharrived at the location and went alongside the vessel. After the crew emerged from the citadel a search wasconducted. No pirates were found onboard the vessel. The owners asked the IMB PRC for an escort until thevessel was out of the High Risk Area (HRA). IMB PRC duty officer relayed the message to the Nigerian Navy andthe warship escorted the vessel until it was out of the HRA. The vessel continued her passage to the next port.(IMB)
INDIAN OCEAN –EAST AFRICA – RED SEA:
YEMEN: On 24 October, armed pirates in two skiffs approached, fired upon an underway fishing dhow nearposition 11:50N – 054:30E, 37 nm southeast of Socotra Island. One crewman was reportedly killed and threeinjured. The coalition navies responded and assisted the fishing dhow. Medical and damage control assistance wasprovided by the coalition navies resulting in the fishing dhow being able to continue her journey. (IMB; UKMTO
EAST ASIA –SOUTHEAST ASIA – INDIAN SUBCONTINENT:
INDONESIA: On 3 November, three robbers armed with knives in a small wooden boat boarded an anchoredoffshore supply ship near position 01:11N – 103:59E, Batu Ampar Anchorage, Batam. Duty crewman on routinerounds noticed the robbers and shouted at them resulting in the robbers threatening him with their knives. Thecrewman immediately informed the bridge and the alarm was raised. Hearing the alarm and seeing the crew
alertness, the robbers escaped. A search was carried out and ship’s properties reported stolen. (IMB)