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Social responsibility has been a fundamental part of NCB Hazcheck’s (Exis Technologies) existence for more than 35 years. We aim to enhance the transport of dangerous goods (DG) by sea with our developed products. Safety of life and protecting the environment has been an integral part of the company’s ethos. Since integrating into the NCB Group in 2018, our ‘Safety of Life and Cargo at Sea’ mission has been the driving force behind the development of innovative industry solutions.

Using data collected by CINS (, an estimated 600,000 containers may be shipped with undeclared DG annually, based on industry volumes and projections. Each container could lead to an incident.

Supplying ground-breaking software solutions like Hazcheck Detect we are helping the industry to overcome the challenge of identifying misdeclared and undeclared DG. These issues have been around since the beginning of containerisation.

The company’s core beliefs and values lie at the heart of making the maritime environment a safer place.

Mission to Seafarers

Seafarers are a pivotal link to the marine world and the ability to ship and receive goods. significance of community and social responsibility. It emphasized helping those struggling during challenging times.

Around the world, The Mission to Seafarers provides help and support to the 1.5 million people who face danger every day to keep our global economy afloat. The Mission work in over 200 ports caring for seafarers of all ranks, nationalities and beliefs. Through their global network of chaplains, staff, and volunteers, practical, emotional, and spiritual support is offered to seafarers. This assistance is provided through ship visits, drop-in centers, and a variety of welfare and emergency support services.

In December 2021, NCB Hazcheck made a donation to The Mission to Seafarers South Tees Station, located closest to our offices. This donation aimed to assist in purchasing Christmas parcels for seafarers arriving on ships along the River Tees during the festive period. Collaborating with Stella Maris, the world’s largest ship-visiting network, volunteers conducted gangway visits. They delivered clothes, telephone top-up cards, toiletries, chocolates, and biscuits.

Would you like to volunteer?

Mission to Seafarers is always looking for new volunteers. Volunteering could be three hours per week, or a fortnight, or a month, whatever fits. If you would like to volunteer please contact Mission for Seafarers directly.

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