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March 2022

(Mar 01 2022)

RightShip - a tool to help charterers understand and assess emissions
OCIMF - encouraging more anonymous accident reports, stabilising the organisation, new chair
Seafarer Happiness Survey Q4 worsening - A drop in people’s self-reported ‘general happiness’ from 6.8 to 6.56
Competency management - how tech can help with managing crew competency and learning
Mastering the master pilot relationship - A Britannia P&I Club webinar shared advice. Perspectives from Captain Ed Verbeek, a retired Amsterdam pilot who also worked as a master mariner
NTSB report on a $72.9m accident directly blamed on fatigue. There were anchor issues involved
Ship management news - BSM training crew in Africa, Thome’s new courses, Columbia’s co-operation with the French navy
How are we getting on with decarbonisation so far - DNV webinar with speakers from Sea Cargo Charter, JP Morgan,Odfjell, Mediterranean Shipping Company
CMA CGM and LR on next steps for decarbonisation - including concerns about availability of future fuels
Ecochlor’s chlorine dioxide ballast water treatment - a different system to electro-chlorination systems, and can be used reliably without a filter
Shipshave’s In-Transit Cleaning of Hulls - cleaning hulls during a voyage, using a semiautonomous
robot tethered to a winch
Svitzer HPS managed assessment of hull fouling - would you take out a service which monitors the level of fouling on your vessel’s hull with underwater drones around the world?
40 percent marine sales growth for APC's polymer coating for chemical tankers - driven by efforts to increase cargo cycling, reduce tank washing time and related emissions

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Oct-December 2023

Exploding batteries - evidence of crew qualifications - refusing bribes - perspectives on decarbonisation and methanol