Our Americas Members often deal with contracts of carriage subject to the US Carriage of Goods by Sea Act ("COGSA") and the Harter Act, here we address FAQ's.
This Notice confirms approval by the IG of an updated version of the Wave Bylaws. This version is called Wave BL Network Bylaws dated November 1st 2023 (‘Wave Bylaws version 2.0’) and supersedes Wave Bylaws version 1 which remains approved for the purposes of Club cover
P&IQ Scholarship 2024
The International Group of P&I Clubs and The Education Committee are pleased to announce the scholarship application process is open to all who would like to take part in the highly successful P&I Qualification programme.
The Moroccan Ministry of Health has issued a new circular regarding ships arriving in Morocco from French ports.
As the maritime industry continues to prioritize the reduction of emissions, biofuels are gaining recognition as a crucial solution in the short and medium term
This circular provides details of the AGM of the Association that will take place in Tokyo at 9:00am on 6th November 2023 and the arrangement for voting by proxy.
The UK P&I Club, one of the world’s leading mutual insurers of third-party liabilities for ocean-going merchant ships has announced that it has appointed Peter Jones to the newly-created role of Underwriting Director at the Club’s long-established Singapore branch.
Burns are injuries to the skin which can be caused by several hazards in the workplace such as heat, cold, chemicals, friction, electricity and radiation.
The coming into force of the Electronic Trade Documents Act last week in the UK is a potentially transformational moment in the development of electronic bills of lading.
In this article, the Club provides an overview of the emerging technology of shipboard carbon capture highlighting pros and cons where appropriate.
Crew Health Advice: Positive Self-Esteem
Self-esteem can heavily influence people's choices and decisions - it serves a motivational function by making it more or less likely that people will take care of themselves and explore their full potential.
New South Korea Ballast Water Regulations
South Korea is implementing stricter regulations on ballast water due to concerns surrounding the discharge of treated water into the ocean from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan.