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March 13th, 2018 at 10:48 am

Bryant’s Maritime Blog – 13 March 2018

Headlines:

USCG – port state control and BWM;

USCG – NOAD Schema 3.4 to be retired;

Tokyo MOU – CIC preliminary results;

RMI – seafarers on polar waters ships; and

RMI – report of injury or loss of life.

March 13, 2018

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USCG – port state control and BWM

clip_image004 The US Coast Guard issued a bulletin summarizing the remarks of Rear Admiral John Nadeau at the Connecticut Maritime Association (CMA) conference concerning port state control and ballast water management. (3/12/18) [http://mariners.coastguard.dodlive.mil/2018/03/12/3-12-2018-cma-shipping-2018-summary-of-remarks-by-asst-commandant-for-prevention-policy-rear-adm-john-nadeau/].

USCG – NOAD Schema 3.4 to be retired

clip_image005 The US Coast Guard National Vessel Movement Center (NVMC) issued a notice stating that NOAD Schema 3.4 is being retired in 30 days. Any submitted NOAD form utilizing Schema 3.4 after the retirement date will be rejected. (3/12/18) [https://www.nvmc.uscg.gov/nvmc/(S(hd0m0mruxqdxto2geeesy3tq))/News.aspx?newsId=72464928-f37c-43a4-b871-a1cec0445f21].

Tokyo MOU – CIC preliminary results

clip_image007 The Tokyo MOU issued a press release stating that preliminary results of the concentrated inspection campaign (CIC) on safety of navigation show that member Authorities inspected 6,720 vessels, of which 36 were detained (0.54%). (3/12/18) [http://www.tokyo-mou.org/doc/Press%20release%20on%20results%20of%20CIC%20on%20Safety%20of%20Navigation-f.pdf].

RMI – seafarers on polar waters ships

clip_image009 The Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) issued an advisory concerning certification requirements for seafarers operating on ships in polar waters. Marine Safety Advisory 07-2018 (3/1/18) [http://www.register-iri.com/forms/upload/MSAdvisory_07-18.pdf].

RMI – report of injury or loss of life

clip_image010 The Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) issued an updated form for the Report of Injury of Loss of Life. MI-109-1 (March 2018) [http://www.register-iri.com/forms/upload/MI-109-1.pdf].

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