Hellas Hilights- Issue 35
The Summer edition of Hellas Hilights is now available to download. In this issue Greece's resident Risk Assessor, David Nichol looks at the safe carriage of dangerous goods in containers. Claims Executive Christopher Karageorgis looks at the dangers of cargo liquefaction and the steps Members can take to mitigate the risk. Senior Claims Director Tony Nicholson and Senior Claims Executive Stephen Michaels provide an update on employment laws in the Philippines.
We've also added a selection of photos from Posidonia 2016.
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