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IALA WWA Risk Management Toolbox Training Seminar

At the opening of the Training Seminar on the IALA Risk Management Toolbox in Cape Town a live mermaid appeared at the spectacular Two Oceans Aquarium where the event took place and dazzled the audience. The Seminar was hosted by Transnet National Ports Authority and so was the Level 1 AtoN Manager Course taking place […]

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IALA WWA Seminar on Safety of Maritime Navigation in Africa

A one-day Seminar on Safety of Maritime Navigation in Africa was organised with the Ministry of Equipment, Transport, Logistics and Water in Marrakech, Kingdom of Morocco, back to back with the Second Preparatory Diplomatic Conference (6, 7 and 8 February 2018, Agdal Mogador Conference Centre, Marrakech, Morocco). The Technical Director of the Maritime Organisation for […]

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Marrakech Conference carries IGO momentum forward

The preparatory work for IALA’s change of status from non-governmental to intergovernmental organization (IGO) gained further momentum at the Second Preparatory Diplomatic Conference generously hosted by the Kingdom of Morocco in Marrakech on 7 and 8 February 2018. Welcoming the high-level delegations from 50 countries where IALA has National members, including strong representation from Africa […]

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SIRA workshop

The IALA World-Wide Academy delivered its first course on the use of the new Simplified IALA Risk Assessment (SIRA) method, which was approved by Council as Guideline G1138 in December and is available free of charge on the IALA website, in its Headquarters on 17 and 18 January 2018. The course was attended by nine […]

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e-navigation underway international 2018

The eight e-Navigation Underway International conference was held from 24th to 26th January 2018 on board the DFDS ferry M/S PEARL SEAWAYS, during which time she sailed from Copenhagen to Oslo and then returned to Copenhagen.  The theme for the conference was the realisation of the Maritime Service Portfolios. The conference was attended by 144 […]

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