seafarer


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a person engaged in sailing or working on a ship

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Commendations went to seafarers with 20 years of service aboard MOL-operated vessels.
While this year we have developed the activity line-up to target seafarers, we hope to build upon the event in the future and engage as broad an audience as possible.
A study of claims in October 2003 showed that 1 out of 4 seafarer illness/injury claims were related to pre-existing illness conditions (figure 1).
The convention includes a series of checks that are supposed to ensure signatory governments issue seafarer identity documents in a safe and reliable way, following the correct technical and legal rules.
Seafarers around the world will continue to need protection from the inevitable consequences of this cavalier approach to seafarers lives and the marine environment.
Under the contract Wartsila's Land and Sea Academy (WLSA) would develop and implement comprehensive training and career path solutions for Odfjell's seafarers.
The Day of the Seafarer is one of the annual United Nations Observances.
Manalo declared that President Benigno Aquino's signing of Republic Act 10706 is another major feat for the Filipino seafarers.
Manila: President Benigno Aquino III is expected to sign a law protecting seafarers that, among other provisions, places a limit on the percentage lawyers can get from indemnification claims.
The government has notified new tax rules for seafarers working on ships flying the Indian flag to help them qualify for non-resident status and end an anomaly that is cited by local fleet owners as the main reason for an acute shortage of sailors to man their vessels.
Foundation Director Tom Soeder said, "We are so pleased to be working with Seafarer, who has impressed us with their commitment to recover, preserve, protect and make available to the world, the scientific, cultural and historical knowledge and material culture that have been locked away for so many years beneath the seas.
Angel Appeal, an arm of The Mission to Seafarers, a British-based global charity for seafarers, is distributing 4,200 health and food packs at four ports in the UAE this month - the Jebel Ali Port, Sharjah Creek, Dhow Wharfage and Dubai Creek.
At the Halifax mission, Maggie Whittingham-Lamont, seafarer co-ordinator, brings cell phones directly on board for seafarers.
People attending seafarer services tend to think back to the world wars and the Battle of the Atlantic, but seafarers are still putting their lives on the line today in armed conflicts around the world, fighting adverse weather conditions and transporting dangerous cargoes.
The move comes as part of its commitment to the seafarer and maritime community during last year's Bahrain Maritime Festival 2010, said a GOP statement.