02.04.2015

Law of the Sea and Maritime Security Law - IMO Lecture

   Law of the Sea and Maritime Security Law - CDR James Kraska, JAGC, United States Navy and Howard S. Levie, Chair of Operational Law, International Law Department. Live lecture. Please note there is no actual video, you will use the audio file together with some slides joined together in the form of the video. However, this lecture is very useful for shipping law students and everyone interested in the law aspects of the shipping industry.

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11.02.2015

International Maritime Law Institute Promotional Video

   Shipping today is perhaps one of the most international industries, serving more than ninety percent of global trade; the expands of the globe seas is also through the instrumentality of ships, a means of convergence between contents and countries. Because of the international nature of the shipping industry, it have long been acknowledge that action to improve safety in the maritime operations would be more effective if carried out at international level rather than by individual countries acting unilaterally and without coordination with others. Several countries proposed that the permanent international body should be established to promote maritime safety more effectively...

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02.11.2014

ILO Marks the Coming into Force of the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006

   Maritime Labour Convention 2006 - A live webcast from the Port of Singapore. Welcome to the special broadcast by ILO Television, marking the entry into force of the 2006 Maritime Labour Convention, the MLC, or, as it is more popularly known, The Seafarer's Bill of Rights. To mark this historic occasion, we have come to one of the world's busiest ports, Singapore. Literally tens of thousands of seafarers and ships pass through this port every year...

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16.10.2014

International Maritime Law, the history

   Hello, welcome to this video which is produced by Maritime-Mea. My name is Gilles van der Meij. I have sailed on fifty ships and visited a few hundreds as a class surveyor. In this video I will brief you on the history of the rules and regulations on a ship. The starting point is the first classification society. I will show you how disasters at sea ended up in regulations. I will explain how the different governments collaborate and end in the modern time where disasters still happen.

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