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A letter to the stakeholders of the world maritime industry

A proposal for the successful implementation of the laws and regulations adopted by the International Maritime Organization

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A proposal for the successful implementation of the laws and regulations adopted by the International Maritime Organization

Greetings to those active in the maritime industry through the worldwide

I needed to share an important point with you:

I strongly believe that the content of the Code and the conventions that have entered into force should come out of the current format. Because this volume of text does not and will not have a beneficial effect on the stakeholders. Or they need to spend a lot of time and money to make them effective.

Solution: Generate content in beautiful and engaging images with short and useful explanations alongside each image. Because transferring knowledge and awareness to stakeholders will thus be much more effective and lasting. 

Content production in text and image will be much more efficient and save money and time.

I recommend that you submit this to the International Maritime Organization in the form of a formal proposal.

I have done this as an example of one of the regulations of the International Maritime Organization and you can submit it to the International Maritime Organization.

The former and current Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization have understood this, so they are looking for answers to the following questions:

1. Why are laws not ratified with the utmost satisfaction of members and in the shortest possible time?

2. Why are laws not enforced in the shortest possible time? and finally, 

3- Why not see the successful and effective implementation of laws by stakeholders?

Of course, I shared this offer with some international experts from Canada, South Korea and the Netherlands. They agree with these reforms, too, of course, after seeing the sample done.

The content of conventions and codes of the International Maritime Organization are both large in volume and not written in a simple manner. And this has caused stakeholders, especially employees onshore and offshore, to have a poor understanding of them in the shortest possible time.

According to the former Secretary General of the International Maritime Organization: It is like writing a book that nobody reads, or making a film that nobody sees

Another example is the implementation of the International Maritime Organization's policies and programs to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (Agenda 2030) in the international maritime transport industry.

In this respect, the International Maritime Organization needs to reform its current practice.

The transition from generating large volumes of text to producing small but impressive volume, so that the audience is not tired after reading a few lines but rather after reading multiple pages and fully understanding the content.

So, on this matter, I've started taking action and it has been done by successfully

Keep in mind that while sailing and repairing a variety of vessels, the impact of beautiful and captivating images on the mind of a sailor or expert is far greater than the impact of the text, in large volumes, and sometimes unclear.

Best Regards

Reza Mohammad Alibeike 

26 Feb 2020


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