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List of Medical Centres suspended (or) withdrawn

The following medical centres have been withdrawn or suspended by the Department of Marine Administration to conduct Myanmar Seafarers Medical Examinations and Certifications.

No.

Medical Centre

Status

Date of suspended/withdrawn

1. Aye Yeik Tha Clinic Medical Centre

Withdrawn

1st April 2014

2. International Marine Centre Medical Unit

Withdrawn

1st April 2014

3. Kan Bawza Specialist Clinic

Withdrawn

1st April 2014

4. Kaung Htet – Myat Myintar Clinic

Withdrawn

1st April 2014

5. Shwe Bon San Medical Centre

Withdrawn

1st April 2014

6. Shwe Zi Wa Specialist Clinic

Withdrawn

1st April 2014

7. Yadanar Myaing Health Screening Centre

Withdrawn

1st April 2014

8. OSC Hospital

Suspended

1st April 2014

9. Pun Hlaing Hospital

Suspended

1st April 2016

10. Sai Care Clinic

Suspended

1st April 2016

11. Green Cross Hospital

Suspended

1st April 2018

12. Victoria Hospital

Suspended

1st April 2018

13. Shwe Bhone Diagnostic Excellence Centre

Suspended

1st April 2019

*Withdrawn : This medical clinic has been withdrawn to conduct Myanmar seafarer medical examinations and no longer approved for issuance of such certificates since from the specified date.
**Suspended : This medical clinic has been suspended to conduct Myanmar seafarers medical examinations and temporarily paused to issue such certificates since from the specified date until further notice.

Incident reporting

All vessels involved in a marine incident in Myannmar waters need to make a report. You may also need to make a MARPOL or pollution report. Emergency contact numbers can be found below.

Contacts:

MRCC : (Territorial seas to EEZ)
Email : mrcc.yangon@mptmail.com.mm ,
              mrcc.myanmar2012@gmail.com
Phone : +951 202417
Fax: +951 202417

Maritime Police Force (MPF): (Port limits to Internal Waters)
Email : mmpfflotilla@gmail.com
Hot Line (24 Hour): +95 1 555006, +95 9 426564152

Myanmar Port Authority (MPA): (Within port limits)
Duty Officer (Port Tower)
Phone : +951 388 068
E-mail : mpa@mptmail.net.mm
VHF Ch. 16

Department of Marine Administration (DMA): (In all cases)
E-mail ; sse@dma.gov.mm , dma@motc.gov.mm
Duty Officer (Hot Line): +95 1 9010038
Ph: +95 1 556097
Fax: +95 1 397641

National awareness workshop on the implementation of the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code and the International Maritime Solid Bulk Cargoes (IMSBC) Code

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National awarness workshop on the implementation of
the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code
and the International Maritime Solid Bulk Cargoes (IMSBC) Code
Yangon, Myanmar, 12 to 16 November 2019

 

INTRODUCTION
1. A National awarness workshop on the implementation of the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code and the International Maritime Solid Bulk Cargoes (IMSBC) Code will be held in Yangon, Myanmar, 12 to 16 November 2019.
2. The activity is organized within the framework of the Under IMO’s Integrated Technical Cooperation Programme (ITCP) and in collaboration with the Department of Marine Administration of Myanmar.
3. This capacity building programme aims at providing training to shore-side personnel involved in the management of dangerous goods in packaged form and solid bulk cargoes in all their various aspects (e.g. correct identification, classification, packing, labelling, handling, storage, loading, stowage, unloading and transport), which will enable them to improve their understanding of the IMDG and IMSBC Codes as well as enhance implementation and good practice when dealing with these mandatory international instruments.

PARTICIPANTS’ PROFILE AND NOMINATIONS
4. The target audience for the training course should be shore-side personnel engaged in the transport of dangerous goods and/or solid bulk cargoes intended to be transported by sea. It would be appreciated if, when nominating participants for this activity, the technical expertise profile indicated below was observed:
Shore-based personnel such as those who:
– classify dangerous goods and identify proper shipping names of dangerous goods;
– pack dangerous goods;
– mark, label or placard dangerous goods;
– load/unload Cargo Transport Units;
– prepare transport documents for dangerous goods;
– offer dangerous goods for transport;
– accept dangerous goods for transport;
– handle dangerous goods in transport;
– prepare dangerous goods loading/stowage plans;
– load/unload dangerous goods into/from ships;
– carry dangerous goods in transport;
– enforce, survey or inspect compliance with applicable rules and regulations; or
– are otherwise involved in the transport of dangerous goods as determined by the competent authority.

COURSE DATE AND VENUE
12 –  16 November 2019
(Tuesday to Saturday from 9 am – 5 pm)
Park Royal Hotel , Yangon, Myanmar