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21 Jul 2016



Japan Club: Condition Surveys overview during 2015

The Japan P&I Club has issued a special circular referring to the condition surveys carried out during 2015 with the aim to prevent various types of incidents by checking risk factors, regardless of the impact they may have, that could eventually lead to claims.




London Tilbury Seafarers Centre officialy re-opens

The London Tilbury Seafarers Centre, which now offers a new 24-hour lounge for seafarers after a major refurbishment programme has officially reopened by Port of London Authority (PLA) Chairman.


Interview with Trevor Blakeley, RINA

SAFETY4SEA Team met Trevor Blakeley, Chief Executive, The Royal Institute of Naval Architects at Posidonia 2016 for an interview regarding Institution's contribution to the industry.



No impact on operations at Turkish Straits

Inchcape Shipping Services says there has been no impact to operations at the Turkish Straits following the attempted coup in Turkey, with all passages taking place as per schedule.

Port of Antwerp signs MoU with Iran

The Antwerp Port Authority has signed a collaboration agreement with Shahid Rajaee Port Authority which controls the port of Bandar Abbas in Iran.

APL adds port calls to Bosphorus Express Service

APL has announced that its Bosphorus Express (BEX) service will be making additional calls at Beirut and Iskenderun, extending market coverage of the service that serves Asia, the Mediterranean and Europe.

Powering a cruise ship

Royal Caribbean has produced a video which profiles the work of Chief Engineer Marco Marzoochi, C/E of the Anthem of the Seas, who demonstrates the many skills and great knowledge required to manage the daily operations of the Engine Dept.

ABP sets “drop- in” event to provide voice for future plans

Associated British Ports will hold a ‘drop-in’ event at the Port of Newport on 22 July, as part of a consultation around proposals for the future development of the port estate.




Bilge cover left open neglecting the oncoming risk

IMCA has reported an incident in which crew, during a routine walk around the vessel, noticed in the engine room that a bilge cover had been left open. There was no barrier or signage in place. On investigation the bilge cover had been opened to permit brine pump maintenance work.


PSV involved in a near miss whilst on location

The Marine Safety Forum has published safety alert regarding a near miss in the 500m zone which involved a PSV entering the zone at an excessive speed. The excessive entry speed and direction of approach was observed by the other watch officer on the vessel and also by the crew of the installation.

Interviews @ Posidonia 2016

John Georgiadis, Norsafe


Richard Janssen, SMIT Salvage


Clay Maitland, NAMEPA

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In this issue:

IMO MSC 96 Outcome
Tokyo MoU Annual Report
Panama Canal Expansion Project
VGM Requirements
US PSC Performance
Identifying snap-back zones
Violent attacks worsen in West Africa
Global supply and demand for seafarers
Master dies during enclosed space rescue
Paris MoU agrees on new CIC for 2018

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