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Press Article: Safety is directly linked to training and experience24 April, 2017In an exclusive interview with SAFETY4SEA, Yves Vandenborn, Director of Loss Prevention, talks about the club’s initiatives to tackle human error.
Web Alert: China MSA recommendations & control measures for ships navigating in restricted visibility off Fujian waters21 April, 2017The club's correspondent in China (Huatai) has recently issued circular 1704 highlighting the increasing number of navigational incidents due to poor visibility along the coast of Fujian province in China.
Web Alert: Maritime Labour Convention 2006 ratified by Turkey13 April, 2017The Maritime Labour Convention 2006, has been ratified by Turkey, as declared in the Official Gazette numbered 30018 dated 25 March 2017.​
Web Alert: Quantitative risk assessment in wreck removal tendering12 April, 2017This web alert is based on comments made by Sam Kendall-Marsden, Head of Division, UK & Americas, during a panel discussion on ‘The Changing Process in Wreck Removal’ at the International Salvage Union Associate Members’ Day in London on 22 March 2017.
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How much do you know about #pollution in #Canada? Our events this week provide advice for shipowners following a collision

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24 Apr

Norway is the first country to ratify the #HNS Convention…

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24 Apr

Yves Vandenborn, Director of Loss Prevention, talks about the club’s initiatives to tackle human error - @safety4sea…