SMART4SEA Conference & Awards

31 Jan 2017
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SMART4SEA Conference & Awards

31 Jan 2017
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Alerts

Custom’s fines regulations effective in Algeria

algeria

Japan P&I notes a recent increase of customs fines for Masters who are not declaring cash on board at Bejaia, Algeria. The Club recommends that Masters inform their local agents and declare any cash on board to the customs. The declaration will be handed to customs authorities in their presence.

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RMI clarifies issues re MLC financial security certificates

RMI

The Republic of the Marshall Islands has issued a marine safety advisory to explain a recent case which occurred with respect to the entity named on the MLC certificates of financial security for death and long-term disability. A number of RMI vessels have been issued deficiencies by Port State Control PSC due to these certificates which were required to be posted on board beginning 18 January 2017.

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What travel ban to USA means for crew

US

The UK P&I Club explains what the recent ban to USA means for crew following President Trump's Executive Order of January 27, 2017 on immigration. This decision indefinitely barred Syrian refugees from entering the United States, suspended all refugee admissions for 120 days and blocked citizens of seven countries.

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UK Club warns on the dangers of tumble dryer filters

During a number of recent ship visits, UK P&I Club's Risk Assessors have found many cases where the filter elements and filter chambers of the vessel’s tumble dryers (both domestic and industrial units) have not been cleared of lint build up. The Club highlights the dangers of blocked filters which may result in fire hazards onboard.

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New Regulation for crew disembarkation effective in Fujairah

rescue boat

A new regulation has recently come into force in Fujairah which may result in vessels being delayed where they have to land sick or injured crewmembers for medical attention. The West of England P&I Club informs that the vessel must wait until either the crew member returns on board or is repatriated home before being allowed to sail.

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