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‘Political monster’ casualties more expensive because of unlimited liability

Casualty investigator says authorities often lack knowledge of the technicalities of shipping, are vulnerable to media pressure and frequently need to stay on the right side of their voting base

Europe Sweden

Crew member killed in tanker explosion

Situation on board was under control and the rest of the crew was reported as safe

Asia Pacific Tankers and Gas

Intercargo: Name and shame accident investigation report laggards

A recent exclusive report by Lloyd’s List found that more than 50% of serious accident investigation reports have not been filed with the IMO

Europe Greece

Flag states failing to meet casualty reporting rules

More than half of accident investigation reports that are required to be submitted to the IMO for analysis have not been filed, according to research carried out by Lloyd’s List into very serious casualties that took place between January 2014 and March 2018

Casualty Safety

Maersk Honam containers released to customers

Containership casualty will go for repair following further evaluation

Middle East and Africa Maersk Group

Piracy in Somalia costs $1.4bn in 2017

Criminal networks in Somalia are still capable of sophisticated attacks, as spillover threats from the war in Yemen compound West Indian Ocean dangers, OBP reports

Middle East and Africa Somalia

China sets the pace for flag-state accident reporting

China has produced a report with three other flag states just four months after the Sanchi incident, while in Europe the average investigation and reporting time is 12 months 

Casualty Safety

Hutchison Ports defends safety arrangements

Terminal operator hits back against union criticisms after incident in Australia

Australia Hutchison Port Holdings

Maersk Honam reaches anchorage outside Jebel Ali

Investigation continues as to cause of fire that resulted in the loss of five lives

Middle East and Africa Oman
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