We remind you of the most important articles about maritime rules and regulations published on Marineregulations.news in the last 30 days.
In case you missed them, we now bring them to you all in one place. These articles were published in the period from mid-April until mid-May.
IMO's report from the Sub-Committee on Pollution Prevention and Response (PPR 10)
LR updated its Guidance Notes and ShipRight Procedures
European shipowners welcome the formal approval of the new EU ETS law
Summary reports and analysis of mandatory reports under MARPOL published by IMO
Prohibition on the use and carriage of heavy fuel oil as fuels in Arctic waters comes into effect in 2024
Report from joint MSC-LEG-FAL Working Group on Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships
IACS issues guidelines for the implementation of SEEMP and CII
IMO published the Guidelines for Setting up a Maritime Single Window
UK issues a notice on the reporting of emissions data
IMO has published the annual report on acts of piracy and armed robbery against ships
Anglo-Eastern implements MarineRegulations for onboard publications
DanCompliance and Anglo-Eastern informed about the implementation of MarineRegulations as the standard regulatory publications platform on board all of the global ship manager’s 670 managed vessels.
MarineRegulations brings together more regulatory content than any other platform. Codes, conventions, guidelines, and other content are distributed automatically and always updated, removing the burden and concern from ship owners and managers.
It is no secret that there is an ever-increasing burden of regulatory compliance in the shipping industry.
Ensuring all users and vessels have access to the latest editions of all the required publications has become ever more challenging as a result, not least during the Covid pandemic, when deliveries to ships became even more difficult than usual.
Said Capt. Pradeep Chawla, Managing Director of QHSE and Training at Anglo-Eastern:
“We have searched the market for the most suitable solution to assist us in our transition to digital publications and decided that MarineRegulations – with its breadth of content, simple user interface, and online and offline access – is the best answer to the many different IT infrastructures, networks and communication plans we encounter across a fleet the size of Anglo-Eastern’s.”
Ronni Palmqvist, Founder and CEO of DanCompliance added:
“After a rigorous evaluation procedure, we are delighted to be working with an industry leader such as Anglo-Eastern and it demonstrates that there is no ship owner or manager who cannot benefit from MarineRegulations.”
Headquartered in Copenhagen at the heart of the Danish Maritime Association and with customers around the world, DanCompliance helps ship owners, managers, equipment manufacturers, and service providers to ensure compliance with all the latest regulations. We dedicate our work to improving the level of regulatory compliance in the maritime Industry to the benefit of all stakeholders. Our close cooperation with all major classification societies and our strong commitment to regulatory work, make us the preferred partner for regulatory compliance worldwide.
Anglo-Eastern is a leading global provider of independent ship management services, with 670 vessels under full technical management, over 250 under crew management, and a technical services division that has overseen more than 450 newbuildings and conversions. Crewing the fleet is a pool of 30,000 active seafarers who receive continuous upskilling at Anglo-Eastern’s Maritime Training Centres, while cadets are developed at the Anglo-Eastern Maritime Academy, near Mumbai. Ashore, support is provided by a dedicated team of more than 1,800 employees, who together provide global coverage with local and functional expertise via specialist centres located across Asia, Europe, and the Americas.