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Smoke detection key to tackling EV and battery fires

Seatrade Maritime News 13 Jun 2024
Tommy Carnebo, Training Manager and EV Risk Specialist for Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection, gave a highly engaging presentation on tackling battery fires in the TOC Safety Village at TOC Europe ... Rising concern over fire safety onboard ships.
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MSC ship arrested after close shave with American bridge

Splash24/7 13 Jun 2024
The incident prompted police to clear the Ravenel Bridge of drivers and pedestrians as a safety precaution until the ship was able to regain control of its engines, something that rekindled memories ...
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IMO mandates that containers lost at sea must be reported

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 12 Jun 2024
A step forward for international maritime safety occurred in London ...
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Shipping Deputy Minister and Transport Minister of Montenegro signed MoU

Stockwatch 12 Jun 2024
... the number of which exceeds a thousand, having "the highest standards of training, safety and quality of work, which makes this initiative vital for the future of the shipping industry of Montenegro".
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Traffic resumes through Baltimore’s busy port after $100M cleanup of collapsed bridge

Chicago Tribune 12 Jun 2024
BALTIMORE — Authorities anticipate commercial shipping traffic through the Port of Baltimore will soon return to normal levels since the channel fully reopened earlier this week for the first time since the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse.
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Baltimore’s busy port fully reopens after bridge collapse

The Los Angeles Times 12 Jun 2024
Authorities anticipate commercial shipping traffic through the Port of Baltimore will soon return to normal levels after the channel fully reopened this week for the first time since the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse.
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Traffic resumes through Baltimore's busy port after $100M cleanup of collapsed bridge

Times Union 12 Jun 2024
BALTIMORE (AP) — Authorities anticipate commercial shipping traffic through the Port of Baltimore will soon return to normal levels since the channel fully reopened earlier this week for the first time since the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse.
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Baltimore’s busy port fully reopens after bridge collapse, and a return to normal is expected

Daily Press 12 Jun 2024
BALTIMORE (AP) — Authorities anticipate commercial shipping traffic through the Port of Baltimore will soon return to normal levels after the channel fully reopened this week for the first time since the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse.
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Cyprus and Montenegro sign MoU for mutual recognition of maritime certificates

CyprusMail 12 Jun 2024
He explained that the agreement would allow seafarers to start working on the more than a thousand Cypriot-flagged ships, which are renowned for their “highest standards of training, safety, and quality of work.”.
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Citizen Sleeper 2 Ups The Ante With A Bigger And More Dangerous World

Kotaku 12 Jun 2024
With the aid of a friend and possession of a stolen ship, my Sleeper manages to find brief safety at the beginning of the preview in a small spaceport ... to safety with nothing but a failed contract.
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Russian ships, submarine pass coast of Florida. Why, and what is the US doing about it?

Palm Beach Daily News 12 Jun 2024
doing about the Russian ships and submarine off the coast? ... The Coast Guard issued a marine safety bulletin about the ship, which the agency said was operating in an "unsafe manner" by not responding to radio calls and running without lights.
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Baltimore port fully reopens shipping channel after bridge collapse

The Signal 12 Jun 2024
The shipping waterway ... A National Transportation Safety Board investigation revealed that the ship had power outages before its departure, but the root cause of these electrical issues remains unclear.
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MSC Containership Arrested for Damages from “Runaway Exit” from Charleston

The Maritime Executive 12 Jun 2024
This also means that the National Transportation Safety Board will become involved and is likely to jointly investigate the ship’s high-speed departure from Charleston on June 5.
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Key facts about the EU NIS2 Directive regarding cybersecurity

SAFETY4SEA 12 Jun 2024
Captain Nitin Chopra, Senior Marine Risk Consultant, Allianz Commercial, highlighted in the Safety and Shipping review 2024 that the use of information systems and data on board vessels is increasing, ...
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Container Losses Fall to Record Low with Study of Parametric Rolling

The Maritime Executive 11 Jun 2024
According to the WSC, the liner shipping industry remains committed to working with governments and other stakeholders to implement effective safety measures and ensure the secure transport of containers.

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