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Missing Seafarers Reporting Programme mobile enabled

The Missing Seafarers Reporting Programme online platform, from Human Rights at Sea, is now fully mobile enabled for all smart phones, tablets and mobile devices, to improve accessibility for immediate reporting of missing seafarers and fishermen globally.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}“In the age of mobile communications, it is vital that websites are not only usable on desktops and laptops, but on smaller screens too,” said Mike Robinson, director of CData Ltd, which built the platform.

“Using the latest web technology we were able to build, from the bottom up, a responsive layout design for the Missing Seafarers Reporting Programme that is specifically written for mobiles and tablets without the need of additional scripts and forwarding that may have an impact on existing site performance.”

The Programme aims to support seafarers, fishermen and their families by the registration of those missing at sea into a global database, through an independent international online platform known as the Missing Seafarers Register.{/mprestriction}

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