Port state control: T29-135/2017E-MP4
safe and sustainable from port to port.
"Since the mid-nineteen seventies, the world’s port state regimes have worked together to ensure safety of life, protection of the maritime environment, and decent living and working conditions for seafarers. As part of its long-standing commitment to maritime safety, Canada has brought together ministers from around the globe to affirm their commitment to responsible and sustainable shipping. Ships engaged in international trade must comply with internationally accepted safety, security and environmental standards. Port state control has evolved into a globalized inspection program now considered the ultimate safety net, as well as one of the most effective initiatives undertaken by governments around the world"--Narration.
|Title||Port state control|
|Subtitle||safe and sustainable from port to port.|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Contrôle des navires par l'État du port : sécurité et durabilité d'un port à l'autre. Title from title screen.|
|Number of Pages||1 streaming video (5 min., 54 sec.) :|
|System Requirements||System requirements: Windows Media Player. Mode of access: World Wide Web.|
|Subject Terms||Harbours, Ships, Navigation, Safety regulations|
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