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M+ Maritime I ECDIS Safety Settings | Full Video | Episode 1


published on 11 July 2020 224

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M+ releases the 1st video of ECDIS competency series on “Safety Settings” presented by Safe Lanes. Use them for training crew, enhance safety standards & professional knowledge. Stay tuned for our upcoming series on ECDIS competency, Anchor losses, Incidents, PCS & vetting preparations & Human Elements training. These “first of it's kind” learning videos are based on PSC & vetting observations to provide solutions & enhance your professional competency. Pls feel free to connect to get a clean copy of the videos or discuss more on the topics because “DISCUSSIONS ARE IMPORTANT TO GROW.”

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