MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
In Russia, a regulatory and legal mechanism for the implementation of the national maritime policy is being developed in modern conditions, including in the field of preserving the health of seafarers, saving the human potential of the maritime industries. This was stated by the head of the medical service of the IMF High Command, Colonel of the Medical Service Igor Mosyagin, speaking at the XI International Forum “Arctic: Present and Future”.
In 2020-2021, the preparation of a number of documents in the field of strategic planning and legislative support of the maritime activities of the Russian Federation continued.
“Currently, the draft of the new edition of the Marine Doctrine is at the stage of approval, in which the issues of preserving the health of seafarers are presented not in fragments in various sections of the document, but formed in the form of an independent section,” said Colonel of the Medical Service Igor Mosyagin.
According to him, in accordance with the current regulatory framework, the development of marine medicine in the period up to 2030 is planned to be carried out in three stages. The first stage provides for the creation of scientific groundwork, organizational and regulatory legal frameworks to ensure the development of marine medicine. Within the framework of the second and third stages, the implementation of the created scientific and technical groundwork, organizational and regulatory legal frameworks to ensure the development of marine medicine will be determined, and it is also planned to increase the capabilities of the marine medical complex.
“At the moment, the activities of the first stage are being implemented in full, there are no prerequisites for disrupting the planned activities,” said Igor Mosyagin.
The XI International Forum “Arctic: Present and Future” is a key public event in the country, where socio-economic development of the Russian North and the current Arctic agenda are discussed. The goal of the Forum delegates is to find a systematic approach to each problem and to work out optimal solutions in the field of sustainable development of the Arctic region.
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