Registry calls for review of IMO’s casualty investigation code
In an exclusive interview, the Liberian registry’s chief operating officer tells Lloyd’s List that the International Maritime Organization’s casualty investigation code needs to be reviewed to emphasise information sharing. It should also take into account the level of training received and identify any mental health issues
Liberian registry’s chief operating officer Alfonso Castillero says blame should not be aimed squarely at flags or owners for failing to meet safety rules. It is up to all stakeholders to provide full and proper information to ensure safety, thereby helping to prevent future incidents, including reviewing the quality of training
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