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Posted: Oct 6, 2018

Updated Matrix of Regulation - Oct 2018

This October 2018 Updated Matrix identifies and summarizes international regulations to be complied with for the next several years based on compliance dates for new and existing ships according to ship type, size and age. It includes new regulations adopted at MEPC 72 and MSC 99 in April and May 2018, respectively.
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Posted: Oct 6, 2018

NEW OCIMF GUIDELINES ON MOORING SYSTEM MANAGEMENT PLANS

The Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) has introduced new guidelines for the safe mooring of tankers and gas carriers at terminals. A Mooring System Management Plan (MSMP) is part of the requirements to ensure risks are managed through the safe design and operation of mooring systems. Learn more about the MSMP in this technical news.
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Posted: Oct 1, 2018

Don’t forget about Gangways and Ladders! Pilot dies in gangway accident.

Recently, a vessel pilot died while boarding a vessel when its gangway separated from the vessel, causing two persons to fall into the water. Although the investigation is still underway and additional facts are being gathered, this casualty serves as another reminder that shipboard equipment that seems quite benign can quickly become a hazard to persons boarding and departing a vessel.
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