STCW no longer fit for purpose?

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JK
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STCW no longer fit for purpose?

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How about stop hiring the cheapest crew they can find.
Pay well, for well trained people.

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Revolver wrote:How about stop hiring the cheapest crew they can find.
Pay well, for well trained people.
Seems to work for the Navies :lol:

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Re: STCW no longer fit for purpose?

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You can't regulate for competence.
You can regulate for how much has been learned which is relevant, but not the entire picture.

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