Why become a member?
 

What are the benefits of HELMEPA Member Managing Companies?

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Distance themselves from operational risks and perform a social work.
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Affiliate themselves with the international recognition HELMEPA enjoys by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), Port State Control Authorities (PSC) and others.
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Join a total of ships and companies with an unwaveringly low deficiency/detention rate.
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Provide their Officers and shore-based staff with the opportunity of Refresher Training HELMEPA compiles in cooperation with a special Training Committee.
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Have access to online independent learning for their officers, in English.
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Are provided with audio-visual and printed information material and placards with guidelines as legislation requires.
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Their officers can attend HELMEPA’s “Marine Environmental Awareness” seminar, certified by Germanischer Lloyd and recognized by the Administration of Cyprus.
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Have confidential access to IHS-Fairplay maritime incident data to correct erroneous reports made at the expense of their member-vessel.
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Enlist their officers as HELMEPA members, supplied with individual identity card, useful when engaged in an incident.
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Their officers and staff have direct electronic access to HELMEPA publications.
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Receive timely updates on IMO regulations and other national legislation amendments, such as of the US, Australia, Canada and others.
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Become informed on maritime issues through regular monthly, bi-monthly and quarterly electronic bulletins.
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Enjoy additional recognition on RightShip’s Environmental Rating.
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Affirm their voluntary commitment by flying HELMEPA’s flag on the masts of their member-vessels and displaying the Certificate of Membership on the bridge or in the Master’s office.
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Establish direct contact with USCG/Washington DC on PSC, Pollution Prevention, Safety and Security issues.
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Contribute to the bolstering of Greek shipping’s positions, through the longstanding relationships of HELMEPA with international organizations.
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Demonstrate their high level of Corporate Social Responsibility through their support of:
 
(a) The “HELMEPA Junior” and “HELMEPA Cadets” Programs for the environmental awareness of students and the youth in Greece.
(b) HELMEPA postgraduate scholarships to Greek scientists in environmental, maritime and engineering disciplines.
(c) The environmental motivation of the wider community through the social media.
(d) Activities, such as voluntary beach clean-ups with the appropriate publicity.
   
   
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