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40 nationals receive training in marine safety by BC Marine Service

40 nationals who have been attending training course in basic marine safety in the port city of Massawa graduated on June 23. The training involved the concepts of life rescue during marine accident, individual practice of safety and social responsibility, as well as first aid. Massawa, 25 June 2012 – 40 nationals who have been attending training course in basic marine safety in the port city of Massawa graduated on June 23. The training involved the concepts of life rescue during marine accident, individual practice of safety and social responsibility, as well as first aid.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Gebremedhin Habte, director general of Marine Department in the Ministry of Transport and Communications, pointed out that Eritrea has been exerting endeavors as regards ensuring safety and security in its territorial waters, and that the personnel and ship facilities are of vital importance in this regard.

Stating that the trainees comprise experienced and new marine personnel, Capt. Naod Gebreamlak, manager of the Institute, explained that the training involves standards of international marine organization, and that it would play vital role in building the capacity of marine workers.

Among the trainees, Mr. Giorgio Gezai and Kiflom Gebresilasie, expressed satisfaction with the training course, and said that they would work hard to share the knowledge they have acquired through experience.

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