To increase the use of water transport as desirable mode of transportation in a country endowed with beautiful coastline and inland waterways that stretched up 10,300 km and open to the international water for global trade, safety of navigation must be paramount.

Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency under the leadership of Dr. Dakuku Peterside has embarked on massive human capacity building to enable their staffs to perform effective regulatory functions for industry by training the staff in various levels of operations.

FCIINT Centre for Technical Development is one of the chosen training vendors to offer peculiar IMO based specialist training on safety. ¬†The training workshop which started today the 25th September 2017 is focused on empowering delegates to understand the essence of the Annex 14 of the IMO convention titled “Measures to Prevent Unlawful Acts Which Threaten the Safety of Ships and the Security of their Passengers and Crew” and also to appreciate the implications of the associated codes and how safety operations through regulation of the maritime trade is linked to global trade prosperity.


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