This guidance may help with identifying the injuries that the second officer sustained and what can be done onboard to help whilst awaiting further assistance.
This is a joint publication of CINS and the International Group of P&I Clubs outlining updated guidlines for the safe carriage of seed cake in containers.
The UK P&I Club host their third live webinar, this time giving an overview of P&I Clubs and Claims.
Risk Awareness: Third Party Property Claims
An aid to risk identification and loss reduction in third party property claims.
An aid to risk identification and loss reduction in cargo claims for crude, product, chemical and gas tankers.
UK P&I Club Live Webinar (Series 2): Fuel Quality Part 2 Technical Aspects of Fuel Quality Claims
Following the the success of the Club's 1st webinar, Anuj and Ansuman were joined by James Duncombe from CWA to answer various queries raised by the audience on the technical aspects of fuel quality claims.
The UK P&I Club successfully conducted its first webinar, it focused on the practical and legal issues of fuel quality.
Carefully to Carry - Cargo tank preparation and cleaning for general products and chemicals
Product and chemical tankers are often required to carry a wide variety of different liquid cargoes. The proper cleaning and preparation of cargo tanks and lines after one cargo and before loading a dissimilar commodity is of utmost importance if successive cargoes are to be carried without cross contamination.
Reflective learning videos from the Club
The lessons learnt videos and reports are regularly published on the Club website and deal with a broad spectrum of P&I related incidents.
Carefully to Carry: The essential guide to the safe carriage, loading and storage of cargo
This essential guide to the safe carriage, loading and storage of cargo encapsulates the full range of potential issues and dangers around the transporting of bulk cargoes, from the characteristics and risks inherent in specific goods, hold preparation and hatch covers, to best practice when loading and unloading
Belgium - Time Bars
The rules on the time bar of civil actions are laid down in Book III, Title XX of the Belgian Civil Code ("BCC"). Specific time limits applicable to maritime and inland navigation are defined in the Belgian Maritime Law ("BML") incorporated in Book II, Title IX of the Belgian Code of Commerce