AssociationsCorporate Social ResponsibilityGroundingsHealth and SafetyMaritime AccidentsReportsSafety and SecuritySalvage, Towage, Wreck Removals LIFE LINE Online – April 2015 by admin April 13, 2015 April 13, 2015 April 2015 Internationally we can achieve so much more with you! Join us as a Member, Sponsor or Partner and support our work to improve the safety, security and well-being of those heading out onto the world’s waters. Disaster in the Mediterranean Migrants in Distress at Sea: Time to Act More than 3000 people died in the Mediterranean in 2014. They were not passengers on cruise ships or airliners, who we would hear more about. One of our principal concerns at the moment is the pressing need to introduce more effective SAR services to save the lives of the increasing number of migrants in distress at sea. Busy Year Planned for IMRF in Asia-Pacific Can Our Rescue Organisations Do More to Save Lives Through Education? The Trustees for the IMRF’s Asia Pacific Regional Centre have approved an ambitious work plan for the next 12 months. A large part of the work in saving lives that IWS does is through education. The World Maritime Rescue Congress 2015 The IMRF’s Quadrennial General Meeting The IMRF in the Next Quadrennium Subject-matter experts, managers, coordinators, rescue unit crews and other professionals from the maritime SAR community around the world will be … The World Maritime Rescue Congress is also when IMRF members gather for our Quadrennial General Meeting, to discuss … Over the last year our Trustees have conducted a challenging and fundamental review, seeking to define exactly what the IMRF should … News from Estonia A SAR Plan for East Asia The voluntary non-governmental umbrella organisation, Estonian Voluntary Maritime Rescue, was created in April 2010 in … The International Maritime Organization (IMO) held a regional seminar on the implementation of the Global SAR plan in East Asia … McMurdo Group Partners the IMRF NCSR 2 McMurdo Group, the global leader in end-to-end SAR and maritime domain awareness solutions, has become … The International Maritime Organization (IMO) is not renowned for giving its organs catchy titles – … Follow Us The International Maritime Rescue Federation is a registered company limited by guarantee in the United Kingdomand registered as a charity in England and Wales Patron: Efthimios E. Mitropoulos KCMG, IMO Secretary-General Emeritus Registered office: IMRF West Quay Road Poole BH15 1HZ United Kingdom Company Registration Number: 4852596 Charity Registration Number: 1100883 www.international-maritime-rescue.org IMR (International Maritime Rescue)Newsletter 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail admin previous post HSH Nordbank finances Frankfurt development project for Tishman Speyer next post Energy International Risk Assessment (EIRA) Newsletter You may also like Freight Service Awards now open for entry June 16, 2021 Capital markets union and sustainable infrastructure vital for... June 16, 2021 BREAKING: First-quarter figures show sharp downturn… plus more June 16, 2021 The BDI@3025, plain sailing whilst Wets remain grounded.... June 16, 2021 Hot Port News from GAC June 15, 2021 Performance lists Paris MoU June 15, 2021 Bureau Veritas proves value of inspection technologies on... June 15, 2021 IUA publishes new Environmental Liability Guide June 15, 2021 Monaco calls for prudence as coronavirus cases increase…... June 15, 2021 ‘Just’ net-zero transition and Covid-19 must leave no... June 15, 2021 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.