- Secured Anchorage: NPA’s Fresh Bid To Resuscitate Settled Matters
- MARITIME AGENCIES ADOPT MODALITIES TO ADDRESS OVERLAPPING FUNCTIONS
- Prioritise Training Officers to Curb Marine Incidents in Nigeria – AMES
- Six Dead, One Battles for Life as Nigeria Records Two Marine Accidents in 48 hours
- FG, NEXIM Bank, Others Sign MOU to Activate Marine Endowment
- AVOIDING OR MITIGATING RECESSION IN POST COVID NIGERIA
- PRESS RELASE: Lopsided appointments of General Managers/Heads of Departments in Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA)
Mr Rowland Flawer is one of the many who are victims of diving accidents in Nigeria. In 2014, he got stuck during an operation at Kainji Dam and his hand was cut off…no painkiller and subsequently sacked without benefit. Flawer and the rescue diver sent after him were sent 95ft below with Oxygen.
The National Association of Professional Divers (NAPROD) holds the view that the inauguration of the Diving Advisory Board by the Federal Ministry of Labour will lead to the enforcement of the Diving at Work Regulation (2018) and ensure that employers do the right thing.
The recent Marine Notice issued by the management of the Nigerian Port Authority (NPA) to Ship Masters, Ship owners and other operators whose vessels currently enjoy some level of security at the designated anchorage, seems to signal fresh battle of the Secured Anchorage Area, SAA, controversy.
Parastatals under the Federal Ministry of Transportation have agreed on modalities for handling areas of overlap in their responsibilities.
In a bid to reduce the spate of marine incidents in the country, the Association of Marine Engineers and Surveyors (AMES) has called for restoration of training officers on ships and ship-owning companies.
The Maritime industry has this week recorded two gruesome accidents on board two vessels within 48hours which claimed the six lives and left one seafarer battling for his life.
The Federal Government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the NEXIM Bank and the Sealink Consortium to activate the use of the nation's marine endowment for economic diversification.
The maritime sector has been completely ignored but it has the capacity to generate over Seven Trillion Naira annually and four million jobs over 5 years. All that is required is the implementation of local content and Cabotage rules especially relating to the oil and gas sector which is currently dominated by foreigners.
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