Exploring the Role of the International Maritime Organization in Developing the Standards of Training, Certification and Watch keeping (STCW)
The case of maritime safety is a major concern of the International Maritime Organization. One of the most important areas of maritime safety is the Standards of Training, Certification and Watch keeping (STCW) that has always been the focus of IMO. This study seeks to examine the role of IMO in the formulation of STCW. On this basis, the descriptive-inductive method is chosen as the dominant method in this paper. IMO measures in this regard should be sought in both the structural and institutional contexts and the issuance of international regulations. On this basis, IMO formed the Maritime Safety Committee and then the Subcommittee on Human Factors, Specialized Training and Maintenance, under the supervision of the Maritime Safety Committee, on the issue of STCW. On the other hand, by adopting two basic conventions, namely the International Convention on the STCW of Seafarers and the International Convention on the STCW of Personnel Working in fishing ships, it has played an undeniable role in the field of maritime safety. Alongside these two, there is also the fifth chapter of the Convention on the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), which has played a significant role in complementing the STCW.
Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Journal of Teaching in Marine Sciences, Volume:6 Issue:2, 2019
1 - 13
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