Press Article: Remote pilotage should be a last resort even in a health crisis

News & Insights 20 May 2020


Some ports are now enforcing remote pilotage on ships arriving from countries where there is a high incidence of the coronavirus, but the practice should still be used sparingly, argues John Dolan, Deputy Director of Loss Prevention at Standard Club

Some ports are now enforcing remote pilotage on ships arriving from countries where there is a high incidence of the coronavirus, but the practice should still be used sparingly, 'we would recommend that the operation is only conducted when it is enforced by port regulations or in extreme emergency situations' argues John Dolan, Deputy Director of Loss Prevention at Standard Club. 

The full article can be read on the Lloyds list website here.

カテゴリー: Loss Prevention

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