페이지 정보작성자 최고관리자 댓글 0건 조회 266회 작성일 20-05-14 18:52
The U.S. Coast Guard AMVER awards, a mainstay of recognizing seafarer contribution to safety at sea, will continue despite the ongoing medical situation.
Historically the awards are given at industry events, embassy receptions, or other maritime celebrations around the world. The current medical situation has forced the AMVER staff to find a way to ensure awards would still get to ships and companies.
“Seafarers earned these awards and it would be unfair to stop a program that recognizes the hard work and dedication of seafarers,” said Benjamin Strong, AMVER Director. “Shipping and commerce continue and so will the AMVER awards.”
With more than 8,000 awards to distribute, the AMVER staff is coordinating with U.S. embassies, Propeller Club Ports, and individual companies to ensure they are delivered in a timely manner.
“We are proud to continue the tradition of recognizing the individual accomplishments of seafarers and companies who volunteer in the AMVER system,” stated U.S. Coast Guard Commander Aurora Fleming, Acting Chief of Search and Rescue.
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