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3 Mar 2021
News: The International Group of P&I Clubs launches a safety animation to help prevent the loss of life in enclosed spaces on board ships
The International Group has collaborated to produce a safety training animation that draws attention to the risk of entering such spaces without first taking preventive and protective measures.
News: Singapore deploys new maritime security vessels as rise reported in armed robbery attacks in Asia during 2020
The latest annual report from the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) was recently published.
2 Mar 2021
News: Precautions concerning drugs smuggling at Colombian ports
The local correspondents in Columbia (A&A Multiprime) have published the attached circular on the precautions concerning drugs smuggling.
News: USCG updates cyber compliance timeline for non-SMS US vessels
The United States Coast Guard (USCG) has updated the Vessel Cyber Risk Management Work Instruction to include a compliance timeline and inspection process for non-Safety Management System vessels that are subject to the Marine Transportation Safety Act of 2002.
News: BIMCO adopts revised editions of Towcon and Towhire
On 25 January 2021 BIMCO’s Documentary Committee adopted updated versions of the Towcon and Towhire towage contracts. Towcon 2021 and Towhire 2021 will be published shortly.