INTERTANKO's Navigation Working Group is a working group within the INTERTANKO Safety, Technical and Environmental Committee (ISTEC).
Its aim is to improve standards, layout, training, maintenance and operation of navigational equipment in general and to review particular issues in this field as necessary and required, to assist ISTEC in their deliberations. To review the working group terms of reference click here.
INTERTANKO members are encouraged to submit any issues pertaining to navigation to the Navigation Working Group (NWG) for further discussion and action, as they consider appropriate. Suggestions on such issues are below:
Material of this kind may be sent to John Boreman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Information that is of interest to the tanker industry as a whole will be published with the permission of the provider. INTERTANKO will remove any references to the company name and/or other type of identification, unless otherwise instructed.
06.12.2013 - 12:19 GMT
Panama Canal Authority issues advisories on new regulations
The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has recently released some advisory notes which will be of interest to Members. They are: Reminder of the Manning Requirements on Board Transiting Vessels and Vesse...... Login to view this article
13.09.2013 - 11:07 GMT
Final meeting of IMO Sub-committee on Safety of Navigation takes place
At the last meeting of the IMO’s Sub-committee on Navigation prior to it being merged with the Search and Rescue Sub-committee, there were a number of discussions related to the use of Electronic...... Login to view this article
06.09.2013 - 11:02 GMT
Panama Canal proposals on new Traffic Separation Schemes
Panama, at the 59th session of the IMO’s Sub-committee on Navigation, submitted proposals for new Traffic Separation Schemes (TSS) on both sides of the Canal. These new schemes were approved by the...... Login to view this article
23.08.2013 - 11:32 GMT
Prince William Sound – double hull tanker escorts
The US Coast Guard promulgated an Interim Rule ( click here for further details ) requiring that double hull tankers over 5,000 gross tons transporting oil in bulk in Prince William Sound, Alaska b...... Login to view this article
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