The Shipowners’ P&I Club highlights key factors that can harm seafarers’ skin while on board, and provides advice on how to protect and take care of their skin
The UK P&I Club has announced that over the last 12 months, several cases of illness on ships indicate possible dehydration in the underlying health of the crew. The majority of these cases concern crew who have suffered from kidney stones.
The sedentary lifestyle reflected onboard ships can lead to overweight crew members. The Shipowners P&I Club has issued two publications concerning maintaining a healthy weight which give guidelines and share advice on the topic.
The UK P&I Club has issued a brochure focusing on crew’s mental health. PEME team together with their accredited clinics provide advice and information on a range of illnesses affecting crew.
The Shipowners P&I Club has published Guidelines for Food Safety on Merchant Ships and Fishing Vessels in order to set a good basis for training courses on health care and hygiene in all maritime training settings.
Claims related to illness have been frequently notified to the Shipowners P&I Club, with the number of claims reported remaining steady in number over the last five policy years. The Club partnered with the International Seafarers’ Welfare and Assistance Network (ISWAN) and issued guidance on maintaining a healthy diet onboard merchant marine ships
In the past 12 months the Republic of the Marshall Islands has received five reports of seafarers serving on board RMI flagged ships who were diagnosed with malaria
Skuld P&I warns on MERS virus
In the latest issue of its StopLoss Bulletin , the London P&I Club draws the attention to malaria, a life-threatening disease to which seafarers are particularly at risk due to the very nature of their employment. Malaria is prevalent in tropical and sub-tropical zones around the world, with the majority of cases occurring in sub-saharan Africa.
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