Hellas Hilights: Issue 39
The renewal season has come to an end for another year and spring is in bloom! Thank you for your continued Membership, which we do not take for granted. If at any time you have any questions or queries please do not hesitate to contact me directly.
2019 promises to be another busy and exciting year, not least because the UK Club is celebrating its 150th year. In June 2018, we launched a global maritime safety
competition "Investing in a Safer Tomorrow'. The competition challenged students and those embarking on a maritime career both at sea and on shore, to develop innovative, industry changing ideas with a focus on improving safety at sea. The competition winner will be announced at the Club's Gala Dinner in London on the 4th July. We will also be hosting events around the globe to celebrate the occasion. You can find out more about the 150th on the Club website.
This edition of HiLights features articles from loss prevention and safe anchoring, pollution laws in China and SPRO contracts and updates on the various activities we have been involved in over the last few months. We also begin our 'Spotlight on' feature which aims to provide an inside view of an individual in the Hellas office. See if you recognise the first participant.
As always, if Members would like articles on specific topics included in future editions please contact our Editor, Efcharis Rocanas at: Efcharis.Rocanas@thomasmiller.com
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The UK Club's local correspondent has informed the Club of China's revised maritime traffic safety law, which will come into effect on September 1st 2021.
The UK Club has recently been made aware of new measures put in place at Chinese ports in an effort to slow the spread of Covid-19, in particular the Indian variant.
IG launch second safety animation to help prevent injuries and loss of life during mooring operations
The International Group of P&I Clubs launches the second safety animation to help prevent injuries and loss of life during mooring operations.
It was back in 1958 that the Greek Code of Maritime Law 3816/1958 became national law