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How to reduce the risk of liquefaction onboard

The London P&I Club has released a joint publication, in cooperation with TMC Marine and Bureau Veritas, to provide operational guidance for vessels that carry cargoes which may liquefy. The Club notes that, although significant progress on the issue has been made so far, the liquefaction phenomenon continues to be as relevant today in 2017.

Sand loading at Vietnamese Ports: What to be aware of

Illegal dredging of sand within Vietnamese territorial waters reportedly contributes to river bank erosion and inhibits local residents ability to produce quality aqua-cultural products. Thus, the London P&I Club has issued advisory to warn shipowners that, when contracted to load sand from Vietnam, they must ensure that they have the appropriate export license issued by the Vietnamese Authorities.

Why warranty surveyors are essential for deck cargo loads

In the past year many deck cargoes were shifted in heavy weather. Invariably, after further investigation, it has been discovered that the stowage and securing of these cargoes did not comply with the ship’s Cargo Securing Manual or the practices laid down within the Code of Safe Practice for Cargo Stowage and Securing or other applicable codes of safe practice, Paul Walton, a director with international marine consultant LOC, writes in an article in the London P&I Club’s latest StopLoss Bulletin.

London Club warns of increased cyber fraud incidents

The London P&I Club is aware of an increasing number of incidents related to cyber fraud and reminds Assureds to be vigilant and to be duly diligent by putting in place appropriate procedures in order to combat the risk.

London Club identifies failures in mooring stations

The London P&I Club continues to note the regularity with which Club-appointed inspectors record negative findings in and around the ship’s mooring station. In its latest StopLoss issue, the Club identifies that the most common finding include lack of anti-skid deck paint in key areas; lack of hazard marking of protruding objects and platforms and low awareness of the dangers of snap-back zones

Cyber Risk: A new area of vulnerability for maritime industry

The London P&I Club has launched new loss prevention publication StopLoss to address all issues related to cyber risk, potentially the biggest threat to both Shipowners and their ships as the use of information technology spreads into all areas of the business.

Permits to work: a seafarer’s friend

The London P&I Club has launched new LP Focus issue to address all issues related to permits to work as frequently, fatalities or serious injury to seafarers – or environmental, ship or cargo incidents – are caused by failing to use the Permit to Work system, or the requirements have been ignored.
ignored or misunderstood when the permit has been
issued.

Causes and prevention of container losses

Much recent industry focus has been given to the risks posed by ever bigger container ships carrying an increasingly large number of boxes. The London P&I Club has launched new LP Focus issue to address all issues related to container losses.

Lubrication oil analysis

The modern diesel engine is a technically complex system, requiring expert operation and fault finding capabilities by the onboard operators. With increasing power outputs and levels of complexity, the ever-increasing levels of technical understanding rise on an annual basis. The London P&I Club has launched new LP Focus issue to address all issues related to Lubrication oil analysis.

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