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Guidelines: Post-Piracy Care for Seafarers Ver 2.0

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The following guidelines are intended to provide a general structure for caring for seafarers following a piracy incident. These guidelines are based on a study currently underway at the Seamen’s Church Institute (SCI) that is designed to develop more specific recommendations for assessment and intervention. SCI welcomes comments from interested parties in its ongoing efforts to develop specific guidelines to address the mental health impact of piracy on seafarers. This document is not only relevant to cases where seafarers are captured by pirates, but also for all seafarers who traverse waterways where piracy presents even a remote threat.
Uploaded by seamenschurch on 09/15/2010
Digital publication details: 4 pages.

Mission to Seafarers Annual Report 2008

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Welcome to the 2008 annual review from The Mission to Seafarers. In this review you'll find information on the work MtS has carried out in 2008, supporting the world's 1.3 million seafarers across its worldwide network, established in over 250 ports.
Uploaded by flyingangelnews on 11/27/2012
Digital publication details: 20 pages.

Mission to Seafarers Annual Report 2010

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Welcome to the 2010 annual review from The Mission to Seafarers. In this review you'll find information on the work MtS has carried out in 2010, supporting the world's 1.3 million seafarers across its worldwide network, established in over 250 ports.
Uploaded by flyingangelnews on 11/27/2012
Digital publication details: 16 pages.

Mission to Seafarers Annual Report 2009

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Welcome to the 2009 annual review from The Mission to Seafarers. In this review you'll find information on the work MtS has carried out in 2009, supporting the world's 1.3 million seafarers across its worldwide network, established in over 250 ports.
Uploaded by flyingangelnews on 11/27/2012
Digital publication details: 20 pages.

Seafarers UK Annnual Report 2011

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The Annual Report from Seafarers UK
Uploaded by flagshipmagazine on 05/16/2012
Digital publication details: 46 pages.

Guidelines: Post-Piracy Care for Seafarers Ver 3.0

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The following guidelines provide a general structure to care for seafarers following a piracy incident. These guidelines emerge from a study currently underway at the Seamen’s Church Institute (SCI) designed to develop recommendations for clinical assessment and intervention. SCI welcomes comments from interested parties as it develops specific guidelines to address the mental health impact of piracy on seafarers. This document addresses a continuum—from transiting high-risk areas without incident to prolonged captivity of seafarers.
Uploaded by seamenschurch on 08/20/2011
Digital publication details: 5 pages.

Preliminary Guidelines: Post-Piracy Care for Seafarers Ver 1.3

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The following guidelines are meant to provide a general structure for the care of seafarers following an incident of piracy. These guidelines are preliminary to an ongoing study designed to develop more specific recommendations forthcoming in the second half of 2010. What follows is culled from a variety of sources in the professional mental health literature. The Seamen’s Church Institute (SCI) does not assume any responsibility for the recommendations listed below but welcomes comments from interested parties in our ongoing efforts to develop specific guidelines to address the mental health impact of piracy on seafarers.
Uploaded by seamenschurch on 05/25/2010
Digital publication details: 4 pages.
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Preliminary Guidelines: Post-Piracy Care for Seafarers Ver 1.2

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The following guidelines are meant to provide a general structure for the care of seafarers following an incident of piracy. These guidelines are preliminary to an ongoing study designed to develop more specific recommendations forthcoming in the second half of 2010. What follows is culled from a variety of sources in the professional mental health literature. The Seamen’s Church Institute (SCI) does not assume any responsibility for the recommendations listed below but welcomes comments from interested parties in our ongoing efforts to develop specific guidelines to address the mental health impact of piracy on seafarers.
Uploaded by seamenschurch on 03/03/2010
Digital publication details: 4 pages.

Standard Employment Contract for Filipino Seafarers

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This document is from the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration. This is titled, "Standard Terms and Conditions Governing the Employment of Filipino Seafarers Onboard Ocean-going Vessels."
Uploaded by harbortimesonline on 05/17/2010
Digital publication details: 40 pages.

Seafarers UK, Annual Report 2012

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Seafarers UK charity, Annual Report and Accounts 2012.
Uploaded by flagshipmagazine on 05/07/2013
Digital publication details: 40 pages.
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