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Crew change challenges pose the obvious logistical and manpower issue for the maritime industry. However, what is less apparent but very much real is the psychological effects that it has
The COVID-19 situation saw a rise of reported online scam cases in Singapore, with criminals moving their illegal activities online and developing new tactics to target potential victims. To equip
2020 was a tumultuous year. The COVID-19 pandemic has turned everyday life topsy-turvy when people all over had to contend with a new normal of lockdowns, zoom meetings, mask rules,
Second Engineer Officer Cheryl Lee took the plunge and transited from sea to a shore job on 1 June 2019. “Till today, I still miss sailing” she said. After 10
Young SMOU (YSMOU) and the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) organised a Youth Maritime e-Forum, reprising the success from its inaugural Youth Maritime Forum held five years ago,
Brother Matthias Yao and Brother Zulkifli Mohammed have stepped down as advisors of SMOU as of 16 February 2021 and we welcome incoming SMOU advisor Brother Eric Chua, MP for
Photo Credit: MT Golden Nori Crew and Sheriff Agency If the pandemic was not challenging enough for seafarers, owed wages just compounded the predicament for the 21-member crew of MT
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It was during a field visit to the Wavelink Maritime Institute as a polytechnic student when a Tripartite Nautical Training Award (TNTA) programme poster caught the eye of Deck Cadet Nur

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