The UK P&I Club have received the following update from Oasis P&I Services, on the implementation of a ban on the transportation of highly toxic chemicals in the Yangtze River basin in China.
Maritime Crew Resource Management
The UK Club has announced it is working with CAE, the global leader in civil aviation training, on a human element safety training initiative.
The UK P&I Club recently held a webinar on the subject of Salvage and wreck removal.
Carriage of Bauxite which may liquefy - Group A and revised Group C IMSBC Code schedules are now mandatory
From 1st January 2021 the revised IMSBC Code 2020 enters force.
The Club is pleased to bring you the second in our "Inside Ship" video series, this time focusing on the action needed on the bridge when steering gear fails.
Under the IMSBC Code, a Group A cargo is one which may liquefy if shipped at a moisture content in excess of its transportable moisture limit.
UK P&I CLUB LIVE WEBINAR (Series 6): Legal aspects of Passage Planning and Bridge Resource Management_FINAL
In a recent decision on the CMA CGM Libra, the Court of Appeal held that defects in passage planning, could render a vessel unseaworthy.
Risk assessments conducted by the UK Club promote risk awareness and encourage risk management practices on board.
UK P&I CLUB LIVE WEBINAR (Series 5): Practical aspects of Passage Planning and Bridge Resource Management_Part 2
During registration, a lot of viewers raised the issue of Bridge teams interacting with Pilots and the best practices associated.
UK P&I CLUB LIVE WEBINAR (Series 5): Practical aspects of Passage Planning and Bridge Resource Management_Part 1
This webinar has been split into two videos, this first webinar recording contains the complete webinar in which Capt Anuj Velankar, Sr Loss prevention executive, dealt with the case study of the CMA CGM Libra, what can be learnt and the best practices to be followed moving forward.
After the fishing bans to the types of Truss-trawl for shrimp, cage and pot, gill net, light-seining(lift) net were firstly lifted on 1 August 2020, the fishing bans of the other primary fishing types in the Chinese waters 26° 30′ North, including the Taiwan Strait, Qiongzhou Strait, South China Sea, etc., will be lifted at 1200 hrs on 16 Aug 2020.