Your Shipmates Are Counting on You: Building a Respectful Maritime Workplace
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The MM&P Women’s Caucus has published a resource guide to further its mission of effecting change to assure equal rights, respect and safety for all mariners and workers in the maritime industry.
The new guide, “Your Shipmates Are Counting on You: Building a Respectful Maritime Workplace,” includes links to organizations that offer help and support to those who have experienced bullying, harassment or discrimination, as well as advice on what actions to take in the event that you experience bullying or harassment, or witness others being bullied or harassed.
Recent News and Announcements
Volume 28… Number 40, Oct. 4, 2022 STORIES COVERED In This Issue: U.S.-Flag Fleet Slams “Illegal, Unnecessary” Jones Act Waiver: “It Undermines Dedicated US Supply Chain for Puerto Rico and Should Never Be Repeated” Bipartisan Legislation Would Enhance Cargo Preference, Strengthen Merchant Marine Under Pressure From Unions, “Europe’s Worst Employer” Withdraws From Ferry Conference TS […]
After a public outcry from the international labor movement and elected officials, P&O Ferries CEO Peter Hebblethwaite will no longer be attending the Interferry Conference in Seattle. Read the full story – Seattle Unions to Greet ‘most hated man in Britain’ Monday In March 2022, Hebblethwaite fired nearly 800 workers — represented by Nautilus International and […]
The American Maritime Partnership (AMP) has released a statement on the recent Jones Act waiver. To view the statement, click here.
How do I find a person or address at MM&P or a port office?
The Directory on our Contact page has a list of our leadership, headquarters departments, and the representatives at all port offices. Find it here: MM&P Directory
I want to share news or information with MM&P, what should I do?
A great place to start is by contacting the Communications Department. Email email@example.com
I am new to the industry – do you have entry-level training programs?
Check out the tab on our site Prospective Applicants. Also, MITAGS has provided the following link for their Maritime Apprenticeship Program is designed for entry-level mariners who have limited-to-no maritime experience. View more information about the program here: https://maritimeapprenticeship.org.