The government directions in order to combat the current Covid virus pandemic means that the activities of the ISO Club are curtailed and regular networking meetings cannot go ahead
Activities Newsletter is published after each meeting. Due to the time lapse between issues any matters of importance will be noted here
The Tas Bull Seafarers Foundation is a not-for-profit foundation established to protect, promote and improve the welfare of visiting seafarers. It aims to ensure the wellbeing of international seafarers by providing social and welfare assistance when they berth at Australian ports.
All projects undertaken have this objective at heart, and in turn, we collaborate and convene with industry partners to enhance the welfare of international seafarers.
Seafarer Connect is an initiative developed and sponsored by the Tas Bull Seafarers Foundation to provide Free WI-FI to seafarers on ships visiting Port Botany.
Ships are provided a Cradle point Router on berthing at a terminal at Port Botany to be used for the ship is alongside.
Routers are enclosed in a secure orange or yellow carry box to protect the devices and provide safe and easy carriage.
To ensure this program is successful we rely on both the terminal operator and the responsible ships officers to ensure each router goes ashore prior to ships departure.
Bernie Farrelly Projects Officer at the foundation and Mick Doleman Chair of the Melbourne Seafarers Centre was scheduled to attend the May meeting [14-05-20] and give an oversight of the work done to support seafarers that come to our ports.
The meeting has been postponed to a date to be determined
Steam Labs Pty Ltd operated by Adam Colwell is the supplier of the Internet service that maintains our Web Site.
Adam has graciously provided our domain at no cost to the Club.
If you have any need for internet services please consider Adam and his team
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