It may be impossible for crew to estimate the particle size but they can look out for signs of high moisture content.
28 JAN 2020
24 JAN 2020
Among reports of increasing numbers of suspected Coronavirus cases in China and globally, ship operators should monitor the situation and evaluate the risks present in the next port of call.
22 JAN 2020
CINS and the International Group of P&I Clubs launch set of guidelines covering the carriage of Seed Cake in containers.
21 JAN 2020
A number of fatalities and serious injuries have occurred across the maritime industry due to parting of mooring lines. This week’s loss prevention poster highlights the fact that the first line ashore has the highest potential to snap given the level of load it can experience to steady a moving vessel.
16 JAN 2020
Mental health is an important component of physical wellbeing aboard ship. Yet seafarers have often suffered mental distress alone and isolated due to the stigma attached to mental illness and the lack of understanding in how to react to a seafarer in crisis. In this third of our series of articles on mental health of seafarers, Sandra Guiguet shares her personal experience and training in Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) and how 12 hours of training can make a difference.