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New maritime editions information - this week's latest maritime publication releases

25.02.2021

This week's New Editions
The latest maritime publication releases and important regulatory guidance for each title to help you decide if its requirement for your vessels.

 

 Witherbys – Upstream and Offshore Energy Insurance

Witherbys – Upstream and Offshore Energy Insurance
Essential for offshore vessels

This publication is a guide to offshore energy insurance and outlines the products that have been developed by the insurance industry to provide financial support.

This 3rd edition covers topics such as:
• Offshore construction
• Operating insurance
• Business interruption, delay in start-up and loss of hire
• Offshore liability risks
• Pollution insurance
• War, terrorists and political risk.

 

ESP code

IMO - ESP Code 2020
Recommended for all vessels

The 2011 ESP Code provides requirements for an enhanced programme of inspections during surveys of single-hull and of double-hull bulk carriers and single-hull and double-hull oil tankers, in accordance with the provision of SOLAS regulation XI-1/2 and in line with the IACS UR Z10 series.

It provides, in particular, special requirements for:

- renewal, annual and intermediate surveys
- preparation for surveys
- documentation on board
- procedures for thickness measurements
- reporting and evaluation of surveys.

 

summary NM NP247

Admiralty - Annual Summary of Notice to Mariners Part 1
Essential for all vessels

To supplement Weekly NMs, the UKHO produces an Annual Summary of Notices to Mariners (NP247). This publication contains the Annual Statutory Notices to Mariners Numbers 1-26, a summary of Temporary and Preliminary Notices to Mariners still in force at the start of the year, and a Cumulative Summary of Amendments to ADMIRALTY Sailing Directions.

The paper version of the Annual Summary of Notices to Mariners is published annually in January.

 

summary NM NP247

Admiralty - Annual Summary of Notice to Mariners Part 2
Essential for all vessels

To supplement Weekly NMs, the UKHO produces an Annual Summary of Notices to Mariners (NP247). This publication contains the Annual Statutory Notices to Mariners Numbers 1-26, a summary of Temporary and Preliminary Notices to Mariners still in force at the start of the year, and a Cumulative Summary of Amendments to ADMIRALTY Sailing Directions.

The paper version of the Annual Summary of Notices to Mariners is published annually in January

 

protectionism

Witherby - ICS Protectionism in Maritime Economics Study: Full Report

International Chamber of Shipping presents a global trade study which outlines the protectionist trade policies being implemented by governments worldwide.

Prepared for International Chamber of Shipping by Professor Craig VanGrasstek, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, with Dr Ben Shepherd, Developing Trade Consultants, the study also shows how each country analysed can identify and reduce their restrictive measures to lower the cost of doing business and increase their share in global maritime trade, which was estimated at US$14 trillion in 2019.

Key features
A Protectionism in Maritime Economies (PRIME) score, based on factors such as management and licensing rules, government integrity, and tariffs, that allows general comparison by aggregating the different measures of a country’s trade policies.
Detailed country profiles covering all national economies assessed in the research.
Full research methodology, references and data.

drug trafficking ICS

I.C.S - Drug Trafficking and Drug Abuse on Board Ship
Essential for all vessels

This publication provides guidance on how to combat drug trafficking at sea and to recognise the signs of drug use and dependence among crew members.

Considered the leading industry publication on the topic, this 6th edition has been fully updated by industry experts to assist shipping companies, Masters and officers, to help prepare, prevent, protect and how to respond when faced with drug trafficking and drug abuse at sea

The guidance contained in this publication demonstrates how to protect the ship and the crew and reduce the risk of drug trafficking occurring on board.

The publication covers:
• Key global trafficking routes
• Ports and places commonly targeted by drug traffickers
• High profile drug seizures
• Vulnerabilities of shipping
• Risk management and security strategy
• Ship security procedures
• Port facility security procedures
• Training and education
• Emerging drug trends, including drug characteristics and identification
• Responding to unusual activity at sea, in port, or involving passengers or crew
• The signs of drug/alcohol use by crew members
• What to do when drugs are found on board.
It also includes a new section on cyber security measures and drug trafficking in the COVID-19 era.

IMO lables poster

IMO Poster – IMDG Code Labels, Marks & Signs
Recommended for vessels carrying IMDG

This updated full-colour wall chart now illustrates the labels, marks and signs required under SOLAS and detailed in the IMDG Code.

 

Via: VOYAGER WORLDWIDE

 

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