12 New Ambassadors Promote CHIRP, MARS Reports
12 new ambassadors have been appointed in Brazil, Cambodia, Ghana, Greece, New Zealand, South Africa, Turkey and UK to encourage people in the industry to report hazardous occurrences and lessons learned to the charitable trust CHIRP or the Nautical Institute’s MARS program.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer ambassador please contact Captain John Rose. He is particularly interested to appoint people living in India, the Philippines, Hong Kong and Singapore. “As a charitable trust we are reliant on the generosity of our sponsors. We will welcome more sponsors of CHIRP Maritime, our aim is to reach a more global audience. Any suggestions you may have will be gratefully received.”
CHIRP contact details can be found here.
A CHIRP report can be generated either online here, as a written report (via post/Freepost), or by telephone to the Charitable Trust’s office in Farnborough England. Reports come from professional and amateur participants in the maritime sector and upon receipt, all reports are validated by Captain John Rose, director (maritime).
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