Here is a selection of videos about ships and larger vessels. These videos have been carefully selected and chosen by IIMS, but the Institute cannot accept any responsibility for the content provided by third parties, or any errors and omissions in the videos.
The shipbreaking business is good for the Indian economy, but at what cost? This video will show you how ships end their lives. Video run time: 22 minutes.
One year on from the day it became a requirement, the impact of the Maritime Labour Convention 2006 is documented here. Video run time: 9 minutes.
Working in marine enclosed spaces can be highly dangerous. This video will provide food for thought. Video run time: 13 minutes.
This well filmed short documentary explores the murky and perilous world of shipbreaking in Bangladesh. Video run time: 5 minutes.
Safety onboard Part 1. This video looks closely at ways of safeguarding the personal safety of everyone on board. Video run time: 9 minutes.
Safety onboard Part 2. Following on from Part 1, this video presents more tips and advice for staying safe aboard ship. Video run time: 7 minutes.
Inside the world's biggest container ship ever built. In this interesting video about the world's largest container ships. Video run time: 12 minutes.
Amazing modern shipbuilding process with advanced technology and skillful workers. Video run time: 13 minutes.
Why does solid cargo turn into a liquid? Liquefaction and dynamic separation explained. Video run time: 5 minutes.
The hull cleaning process and the most modern machinery and technology to help clean the hull effectively. Video run time: 12 minutes.
Testing of hatch covers - ultrasonic test, hose test and chalk test explained. Video run time: 7 minutes.