“El déficit de personal en marina mercante ha sido provocado por los empresarios”

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Chile: La Federación Nacional de Sindicatos de Oficiales de Naves afirma que, en Chile, existen “abusos que hacen que el personal busque sectores donde le ofrezcan mejor trato”.

La Federación Nacional de Sindicatos de Oficiales de Naves Mercantes y Especiales, organización que agrupa a Trabajadores Embarcados, que actúan de Oficiales de Cubierta y Máquinas, operando la flota de naves de Marina Mercante Nacional, respondió a la declaración pública realizada por la Alianza Marítima A.G. en relación a mesas de trabajo que se realizan para tratar déficit de Oficiales y Tripulantes de la Marina Mercante, “lo que no es efectivo”, según la entidad. 

En la mesa de trabajo que analiza el déficit de personal actúan en representación de los trabajadores organizaciones sindicales como el

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Estadísticas UNCTAD

 https://hbs.unctad.org/merchant-fleet/

World fleet development and composition

In January 2021, the world fleet reached a carrying capacity of 2.1 billion dwt, 63 million dwt more than the previous year. Over recent years, tonnage has increased considerably in all segments except general cargo carriers. Bulk carriers recorded an especially rapid increase. Between 2011 and 2021, their share in total carrying capacity rose from 39 to 43 per cent, whereas the share of oil tankers shrank from 31 to 29 per cent, and the share of general cargo from 6 to 4 per cent.

Shipbuilding and recycling

In 2020, global shipbuilding was concentrated in China, the Republic of Korea and Japan. These three economies accounted for 94 per cent of shipbuilding in terms of gross tonnage. In ship recycling, Bangladesh and India jointly accounted for 71 per cent and Pakistan for an additional 17 per cent.

https://hbs.unctad.org/merchant-fleet/

 

Oferta para capitanes

BBC Chartering, es una de las empresas líderes mundiales en el transporte marítimo de carga no contenerizada, con sede en Leer, Alemania. La compañía opera una flota de más de 150 modernos buques multipropósitos con capacidades de izaje de hasta 800 toneladas y cuenta con 30 oficinas en todo el mundo. Además, contamos con un activo programa de renovación de flota en el que la tendencia es que los buques sean más grandes, ecológicos y con mayor capacidad de levante.

 

Para nuestra oficina en Santiago buscamos:

 

PORT CAPTAIN /OPERATION SUPPORT

 

 

Principales tareas para el cargo:

  • Preparar los planes de estiba y la planificación previa de las escalas del buque en el puerto

  • Supervisar los trabajos en caliente planificados

  • Supervisar las operaciones

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Russia's Diplomatic Deep Freeze Has Implications for Antarctica

 

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Isolating Putin’s Russia in the Antarctic context will likely result in irreparable damage to collaboration.

Lyubov Orlova, a longtime Russian expedition cruise ship to Antarctica, photographed in 2008 (Oregon State University/Flickr)

PUBLISHED MAR 18, 2022 1:48 PM BY THE LOWY INTERPRETER

 

[By Elizabeth Buchanan]

Moscow’s latest invasion of Ukraine has turned Vladimir Putin’s Russia into a pariah state, essentially overnight, and seen the country saddled with an unprecedented international sanction regime. The long-term implications of freezing cooperation and dialogue with Russia are significant – even for the future of far distant areas of the global commons, such as Antarctica.

Antarctica is set aside under the Antarctic Treaty as a continent for peace, science and international collaboration. It is a strategic theatre in which Australian national interests

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RightShip's Crew Welfare Assessment Falls Short

Opinion: 

 

 

File image courtesy MUA / ITF

PUBLISHED FEB 21, 2022 3:53 PM BY HUMAN RIGHTS AT SEA

In our view, the RightShip Crew Welfare Self-Assessment Tool does not meet basic tests for public transparency, accountability, or remediation. Its self-certification process fails to identify and report cases of egregious abuse and abusers through transparent public disclosure.

Background

Launched in October 2021 by SSI, the Seafarers Code of Conduct and integrated self-assessment tool were developed by industry group SSI and the Institute of Human Rights and Business (IHRB) in association with the Rafto Foundation.

The Code states that “the initiative aims to support a safe, healthy and secure onboard work environment, and goes beyond the ILO Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) to focus on the full spectrum of seafarers’ rights and wellbeing.”

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