Ships must carry various certificates and documents on board to operate legally and to trade freely both nationally and internationally. The maritime industry commonly uses the terms “certificates” and “documents” interchangeably. Technically, however, certificates validate a fact, and documents provide evidence or proof of meeting a standard. This text will treat the two words […]
The Maritime Administration has recently published the latest edition of its Safety Corner.
In this client solution: MITAGS worked with the Staten Island Ferries and the NYC Ferry to conduct simulation research to assess safety concerns from the maritime community regarding additional ferry service by NYC Ferry at the St. George terminal.
MITAGS instructor Dennis Murphy recently wrote a guest blog post for Maritime Executive. In it, he provides a summary of each of the presentations during our recent Subchapter M Conference. He also provides his own commentary on where the towing/tug boat industry is with Subchapter M regulations. It’s a great play-by-play for anyone who was […]
The Transport Safety Investigation Bureau of Singapore recently released a new safety flyer regarding the importance of ensuring proper inspection and maintenance.
When you retire from the military, your next career step is not always clear. You desire to build on your service experience with a job that uses your unique talents. However, finding a post-military job that matches your skill level and expertise can be challenging. Even for those who know what career they want to […]