We were part of the 30th Session of the International Maritime Organisation (#IMO) General Assembly in London. The IMO General Assembly is the highest governing body responsible for approving the work programme, budget and determining financial arrangements and electing the IMO Council. Read more here: goo.gl/8Ctx7e
Fiji Ministry of Infrastructure & Transport together with Government Commercial Statutory Authority were part of the Opening Parade for the Telecom Miss Fiji Pageant in Suva, yesterday. The Pageant was official open by the Hon Minister Praveen Kumar with the theme "Climate Change".
Ongoing consultations on Particularly Sensitive Sea Areas (PSSA) by the National #PSSA Task Force are being Facilitated by #MSAF. You can read more about PSSA here: goo.gl/CW8e6o #Fiji ... See MoreSee Less
The National Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) Working Committee comprising of the Fiji Maritime Workers Association, Fiji Ship Owners Association, Fiji Trade Union Congress, Ministry of Productivity, Employment & Industrial Relations, Ministry of Infrastructure & Transport and #MSAF, met at Fiji Ministry of Infrastructure & Transport HQ to discuss the Industry Submissions on the Draft Maritime (Labour Convention) Regulations 2017 before the Regulation goes out for another round of industry consultations from the 12 - 14th September 2017. This is the second time the National MLC Working Committee has met. ... See MoreSee Less