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It remains the legal responsibility of the master to keep a ship safe, but the tools which the master requires to undertake this job are in the hands of shoreside terminal staff
‘Large casualties need assistance, they cannot be out at sea for a long time, and we’ve all seen that,’ said Jeroen Mooij
Marine insurers and underwriters cite the lack of specifications for blends of very low sulphur fuel oil
IUMI conference in Toronto hears of ‘catastrophic’ engine room fire during a scrubber installation
‘Underwriting the exposures means pricing your exposures to a risk-adequate level, and the results would indicate this hasn’t happened on a global basis. You don’t need an algorithm to figure that out,’ Sean Dalton maintains
Government reluctance to attribute terror blame makes war risk clauses harder to interpret, IUMI told
‘People in positions of authority don’t want to commit to saying what happened, because that has diplomatic ramifications… No one wants to make a decision, it’s too much of a hot potato. It’s much safer to do nothing’ — Richard Neylon of HFW
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