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International Seafarers' Welfare and Assistance Network (ISWAN)

The International Seafarers Welfare and Assistance Network is the new organisation that promotes seafarers welfare worldwide and directly serves seafarers by providing a 24 hour helpline. ISWAN is the result of a merger between the International Committee on Seafarers' Welfare (ICSW) and the International Seafarers Assistance Network (ISAN). ISWAN is a membership organisation with the International Shipping Federation, The International Transport Workers Federation and the International Christian Maritime Association as the core members.

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ITF-International Trans. Workers Federation

The International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) is an international trade union federation of transport workers' unions. Any independent trade union with members in the transport industry is eligible for membership of the ITF.

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Maritime Safety Information

The mission of the Maritime Domain is to provide global maritime geospatial intelligence in support of national security objectives including safety of navigation, international obligations, intelligence activities and joint military operations.

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Maritime Security & Safety (MSSG)

The Society of Maritime Industries is the voice of the UK's maritime engineering and business sector promoting and supporting companies which build, refit and modernise commercial and naval vessels, and supply equipment and services for all types of ships and underwater vehicles, ports and terminals infrastructure, offshore oil & gas, maritime security and safety, marine science and technology and offshore renewable energy.

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Maritime Transport - Safety And Environment

In recent years, the European Union and its Member States have been at the forefront of improving maritime safety legislation and promoting high-quality standards. The aim is to eliminate substandard shipping, increase the protection of passengers and crews, reduce the risk of environmental pollution, and ensure that operators who follow good practices are not put at a commercial disadvantage compared to those who are prepared to take short cuts with vessel safety.

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National Maritime Safety Association

The National Maritime Safety Association (NMSA) represents the marine cargo handling industry in the United States in safety and health matters arising under various statutes, including the Occupational Safety and Health Act.

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Nautical Institute

To provide the strongest possible professional focus, dedicated to improving standards of those involved in control of seagoing craft, while maintaining the Institute as an international centre of nautical excellence.

•To represent the professional views of its members to and within the international, national and local bodies considering the safety and efficiency of shipping operations.
To promote and co-ordinate in the public interest the development of nautical studies in all its branches

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Navigation Safety Policy

As part of our commitment to facilitating the safe navigation and operation of boats within the Broads, we have developed a Navigation Safety Policy for the Broads Authority. The policy will be reviewed on an annual basis with due consideration given to any changes to the operating environment, the organisation and legislation.

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Seamen's Hospital Society (SHS)

The Seamen’s Hospital Society is a long-established maritime charity dedicated to meeting the health, welfare and advice needs of seafarers.

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UK Chamber of Shipping

The UK Chamber of Shipping’s mission is to champion and protect the UK shipping industry on behalf of its members. We are passionate about UK shipping and work to champion its future success and London’s status as the premier global maritime centre.

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