Pumpkins, apple cider, changing foliage... Fall is a magical time of year, gently ushering the transition from summer to winter. It could also be a time where we see a resurgent Coronavirus push everyone back indoors for...

From the desk of Captain Jeffrey Monroe, MM, AMPE

Employers are obligated to provide their employees with protective gear needed to keep them safe while performing their jobs.  In the port industry, we're very familiar wit...

From the desk of Captain Jeffrey Monroe, MM, AMPE

OSHA, the CDC, the World Health Organization, as well as local health units have developed good guidelines for developing policies and plans to meet the challenges of illne...

From the desk of Captain Jeffrey Monroe, MM, AMPE

Every port and terminal should take the time now to update or develop an annual influenza and pandemic plan.  In many cases, these plans are similar sides of the same coin....

Well into the current pandemic, ports and terminals are thinking about getting back to normal, or to the extent they can, a new normal.  How should we prepare as ports and terminals for ramping back up when stay at home o...

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The IAMPE is working with the Loeb-Sullivan Graduate School of International Business and Logistics at Maine Maritime Academy and the Graduate Program at Massachusetts Maritime Academy  to improve professional development for the maritime and port industry. Eligible students can receive up to 4 graduate credits for completing the MPE/IMPE program towards either of the graduate programs.

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