|22.12.10||No. 15-10: Increased risks of grounding in Barranquilla, Colombia|
|04.11.10||No. 12-10: Limitations of vessels' anchoring equipment|
|19.12.12||No. 8-12: Look after your back during manual work|
|29.06.12||No. 4-12: Malaria and dengue - precautions to be taken|
|23.05.11||No. 07-11: Environmental issues in the Dominican RepublicEnvironmental issues in the Dominican Republic|
|01.04.11||No. 04-11: USCG Enforcement of U.S. EPA’s Vessel General Permit Program on Ships in U.S. Waters|
Asian gypsy moth (AGM) is a serious insect pest that can be carried on superstructures of vessels and cargo. AGM populations are prevalent in some seaports in Far East Russia, Japan, Korea and Northern China (regulated areas).
Sadly the problem of piracy, especially off the coast of East Africa and in the Indian Ocean, looks set to be with us for the foreseeable future. Like all Clubs and other insurance providers, Gard has received many and different questions concerning piracy from clients and members. While no two cases are identical and each case must be assessed on its own facts, Gard hopes that the collection herein of available loss prevention material from Gard will be considered as useful guidance on the topic of piracy in general.
Some useful links to circulars and other publications concerning current sanctions. Updated 11 June 2013.
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