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                                                                                                                            [B]STCW Convention and Code – 2011 edition published[/B]

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STCW 2011

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The 2011 edition of the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW), and the STCW Code, including the 2010 Manila Amendments, is now available from IMO publications.

The 2011 edition contains a complete, consolidated text of the STCW Convention, including its original articles, revised annex and supporting STCW Code; the Final Act of the 2010 Conference of Parties to the 1978 STCW Convention, held in Manila, Philippines, from 21 to 25 June 2010; and resolutions adopted by that Conference.

The Manila Amendments:

• update standards of competence required, particularly in light of emerging technologies;
• introduce new training and certification requirements and methodologies;
• improve mechanisms for enforcement of the Convention’s provisions; and
• detail requirements on hours of work and rest, prevention of drug and alcohol abuse, and medical fitness standards for seafarers.

Technical details:
STCW 2011: 368 pages, A4,
Sales number: IC938E
ISBN: 978-92-801-1528-4

Also available in Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish.

Available online as a downloadable e-book.
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IMO – the International Maritime Organization – is the United Nations specialized agency with responsibility for the safety and security of shipping and the prevention of marine pollution by ships.
Web site: www.imo.org

For further information please contact:
Lee Adamson, Head, Public Information Services on 020 7587 3153 (media@imo.org )
Natasha Brown, External Relations Officer on 020 7587 3274 (media@imo.org ).

So, who’s going to download this thing???

Am I reading this right?
40.00 Lbs Sterling?

I’m Interested, but not THAT interested

[QUOTE=anchorman;51029]So, who’s going to download this thing???[/QUOTE]

I will but it is going to wait until I get off later this month or early July.

I saw a draft of it 6 months ago and did not like what I saw on the new technologies etc… and the required training that is coming down the pipe to go along with it. It looked to me like on even time you work and then spend half your time off at school, at least at the beginning.

OK, I may be exaggerating just a LITTLE…

[QUOTE=Capt Leigh;51033]Am I reading this right? 40.00 Lbs Sterling? I’m Interested, but not THAT interested[/QUOTE]

It’s here, for a little less:
http://www.uscg.mil/imo/stw/docs/stcw-c2-final-acts.pdf

[QUOTE=jdcavo;51045]It’s here, for a little less:
[/QUOTE]

U r the MAN.

It will give me something to knock myself out with when I get off watch tonight.

[QUOTE=jdcavo;51045]It’s here, for a little less:
http://www.uscg.mil/imo/stw/docs/stcw-c2-final-acts.pdf[/QUOTE]

The link led me to a blank page…

[QUOTE=jdcavo;51045]It’s here, for a little less:
http://www.uscg.mil/imo/stw/docs/stcw-c2-final-acts.pdf[/QUOTE]

Worked here, all 410 pages ;~(

Thanks for the link sir… thou art the man!

[QUOTE=Jeffrox;51056]The link led me to a blank page…[/QUOTE]

I got it, it took forever to open using my slow-ass ISP here in PI.

The 40 LBS is not how much it cost’s, but how much it weighs…

I got it on my HTC evo but since l’m in Brazil I downloaded over WiFi.