Supported by the Ministry of Manpower, International SOS has developed a Singapore Declaration on Work-Related Travel Safety, Health and Security in conjunction with this Congress.
The declaration has been reviewed by 5 legal firms and approved by the Work Safety & Health Council. The declaration is non-binding but provides a ground-breaking step in safeguarding the health, security and well-being of the mobile workforce.
The Steder Group says the opening is “a natural expansion” of its existing office network, and considers Singapore, as South East Asia’s maritime and logistics epicentre, to be the logical choice as its base of operation.
Dirk Ghys, who has over 30 years of experience in the maritime and logistics industries, will manage and coordinate Steder’s Asian activities.
Steder Singapore will initially focus on port services, including port agency and ship’s spares logistics, chartering and brokerage activities, and project logistics.
The group will actively promote its heavy cargo logistics capabilities in East Africa for businesses and cargo originating from South East Asia (and the Far East) through its existing operation in Djibouti. Additional services will be added at a later stage.
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Dr M. van Staalduinen, the innovation manager for Dark Web, cyber crime and cyber security at TNO, said the WannaCry ransomware shows the vulnerability of society.