Archivos diarios: octubre 17, 2014
17 DE OCTUBRE DE 2014, 09:37 HORAS.-
BOLETIN HIDROMETEOROLOGICO AVISO A LOS NAVEGANTES
Y NOTICIAS DE LOS RIOS, EN VIGOR. INFORMACION
SUMINISTRADA POR: SERVICIO METEOROLÓGICO
NACIONAL Y SERVICIO DE HIDROGRAFÍA NAVAL
1 PARTE AVISO DE TEMPORAL:
AVISO 296: DEPRESION 987HPA EN 49S 42W MOV SE SIN CAMBIO PROVOCA
VIENTO FUERZA 8 DEL N ENTRE 40S-50S 30W-35W
Lee el resto de esta entrada
estibadores levantaron la medida tras una reunión en el Ministerio de Trabajo de la Nación, luego de que las partes acordaran el pase a planta de 22 trabajadores Lee el resto de esta entrada
ZF Marine penetrates domestic inland waterway markets – enjoying good success
with two U.S. majors. The prospects for an even brighter future hinge on the performance
of its early entries. So far, so good.
By Joseph Keefe Lee el resto de esta entrada
Once, the stars were all that mariners needed to navigate the seas. Today, maritime companies
rely on hi-tech systems to operate and navigate equally hi-tech vessels. All of that comes with new
and signifi cant risks.
By Christopher Cooke and John Coletti Lee el resto de esta entrada
We recently came across a very interesting report issued to Congress by the United States Coast Guard. The May 2012 study might seem dated, but that’s hardly the case. Actually, it’s a telling description of what can go wrong, why and perhaps, a blueprint for how to go forward and fix things. That’s our take, in any event. The Report chronicles oil spills from all vessel types, including the towing industry, tank ships, the offshore industry, freighters, and
fi shing vessels. Section 703 of the Coast Guard Authorization Act of 2010 directs the Coast Guard to conduct a study of oil spills involving commercial vessel sources, covering 2001–2010. The data for this report was derived from incident investigations in the Coast Guard’s Marine Information for Safety and Law Enforcement (MISLE) information system.
The Coast Guard Report included consultation with and input from Maritime Industry Experts such as the American Waterways Operators (AWO), the Great Lakes Pilots.