NAIA requires travelers to turn on gadgets
By Rudy Santos (The Philippine Star) | Updated July 11, 2014 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - The Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) started yesterday requiring all passengers on international flights, regardless of destination, to switch on all their electronic gadgets.

The move comes in the wake of a new regulation by the United States requiring US-bound travelers from Europe and the Middle East to submit to closer inspection of electronic items such as laptops and smartphones over fears that militants linked to al-Qaeda are developing new explosives that could be slipped onto planes undetected.

In a related development, a source said that aviation security officers from Canada will be in the country to inspect NAIA's security procedures from July 24 to 26... Continue reading — More >>

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8th Batch of "K" Line MESP Entrance Exam Schedule

   Iloilo City - August 16, 2014
   Luna Street, Lapaz, Iloilo City
   Iloilo National High School

   Cebu City - August 23, 2014
Boulevard, Cebu City
   Abellana National High School

For Inquiries Contact the following.
09178627907 - Peter Fadul
09176241872 - Jay Alfaro

Training Department

310-0317 / 528-0835


To All VMC Crew

Please find below Memorandum Circular issued by Marina regarding Adoption and Adaptation of the New MLC (Management Level Course).

Those who have taken MLC prior to the issuance of the Memo will have to take updating (Gap Training) while those who havent will have to take the full courses.

Availability of new MLC training will be around May 2014 . At the moment, all training centers have stopped their training until the new MLC curriculum has been finalized.

We encourage all our crew to find time to schedule, plan, and take these courses as soon as possible and to target renewal of Officers COC and COE before the end of 2015 view all COCs and COEs will expire Dec 31,2016.

Thank you very much!

Marina Circular No. 2014-01 Series of 2014
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Best Regards,
VMC Management

phone VERITAS Emergency Hotlines;
phone 0917-511-1372
phone 0947-996-0107

Policy at ATI Batangas Inc.


VERITAS MARITIME CORPORATION aims to achieve the Company's stability, credibility and success as a leader in the shipmanning industry, and ensures profitability for its stakeholders, by providing highly qualified and competent seafarers under internationally-accepted standards, to the satisfaction of our Principals and Shipowners through timely, quality and cost-effective service and good management of all resources, as it continues to grow and develop while enhancing the skills, knowledge and well-being of its Corporate members, in an atmosphere of fairness, peace, harmony and compassion.

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