BMA and BSA annual meeting with USCG and EPA
Posted on: 11th October 2018
The Bahamas Maritime Authority (BMA) and Executives of The Bahamas Shipowners Association (BSA) held their annual meeting with the United States Coast Guard (USCG) and US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in Washington from 4 – 5th September 2018.
The meetings were mutually beneficial and allowed for the exchange of information, guidance and experience on a range of safety, security, training and environmental protection subjects relating to ships operating in US water and the more broader regulatory compliance. The picture shows from right to left BMA Acting Managing Director & CEO Captain Dwain Hutchinson (far right), Jeffrey G. Lantz USCG Director of Commercial Regulations and Standards (second from right ), USCG Rear Admiral John Nadeau (third from right), BSA Chair John Adams (4th from right), BSA Deputy Chair Domenico Rognoni (5th from right) and other BSA Board members and BMA representatives at the USCG Headquarters