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  • Voluntary National Insurance

    Voluntary National Insurance

    Important: Tax and National Insurance can be confusing and depends on your individual circumstances, the information contained within this article is intended as an informative guide and may not apply to your individual circumstances. If you have any doubts regarding the application of this information to your own circumstances we’ll advise you to seek the advice of HMRC or an authorised tax adviser. We are not tax advisers and nothing within this article constitutes advice. I've provided this advice as it's something that a lot of us seem to have issues with (mainly because like a lot of things in this industry nobody tells us anything about it)! As a seafarer (that includes anyone working at sea on cruise ships ...
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  • ISM for Dummies

    ISM for Dummies

    A lot of the older generation of lecturers and seafarers hate and despise the International Safety Management code and everything about it. They generally lecture away about how seafaring was better before its creation, how they didn't need the manuals, checklists, etc.... Now the lecturers are passing this dislike on to their cadets and that, in my opinion, is simply wrong. Cadets are being taught to hate something that they don't fully understand. So, lets try to correct that.
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  • Stowaways

    Stowaways

    Having a stowaway aboard your vessel is a nightmare. From the humble OS to the Fleet Manager, a stowaway will result in a lot of paperwork, aggravation and costs if one is discovered when a vessel has sailed from port. Here, I will be discussing precautions, possible hiding places and what to do if you happen to come across one on board. A stowaway has been defined by the IMO as being "A person who is secreted on a ship, or in cargo which is subsequently loaded on the ship, without the consent of the shipowner or the Master or any other responsible person and who is detected on board the ship after it has departed from a port, or in the cargo while unloading it in the p...
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  • Voluntary National Insurance
    alistairuk
    Important: Tax and National Insurance can be confusing and depends on your individual circumstances, the information contained within this article is intended as an informative guide and may not apply to your individual circumstances. If you have any doubts regarding the application of this information to your own circumstances we’ll advise you to seek the advice of HMRC or an authorised tax adviser. We are not tax advisers and nothing within this article constitutes advice. I've provided this advice as it's something that a lot of us seem to have issues with (mainly because like a lot of things in this industry nobody tells us anything about it)! As a seafarer (that includes anyone working at sea on cruise ships ...
    25th February 2017, 02:36 PM
  • ISM for Dummies
    GuinnessMan
    A lot of the older generation of lecturers and seafarers hate and despise the International Safety Management code and everything about it. They generally lecture away about how seafaring was better before its creation, how they didn't need the manuals, checklists, etc.... Now the lecturers are passing this dislike on to their cadets and that, in my opinion, is simply wrong. Cadets are being taught to hate something that they don't fully understand. So, lets try to correct that.
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    25th January 2012, 08:29 PM
  • Stowaways
    GuinnessMan
    Having a stowaway aboard your vessel is a nightmare. From the humble OS to the Fleet Manager, a stowaway will result in a lot of paperwork, aggravation and costs if one is discovered when a vessel has sailed from port. Here, I will be discussing precautions, possible hiding places and what to do if you happen to come across one on board. A stowaway has been defined by the IMO as being "A person who is secreted on a ship, or in cargo which is subsequently loaded on the ship, without the consent of the shipowner or the Master or any other responsible person and who is detected on board the ship after it has departed from a port, or in the cargo while unloading it in the p...
    22nd January 2012, 05:23 PM
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