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A Guide to P&I Cover

   The present official P&I Guide has peen specifically compiled and released to provide all interested parties with the discussion of the rules relating to the cover and law, prevention of the claims and sometimes handling of the claims. The original intention of the authors of this document was to serve as a reference paper for the insurance managers, to give them a proper explanation of the cover that is provided by the P&I Club; however, in the course of working on the content the authors have also concentrated on the control and prevention of claims. The management heads of the Club were convinced that significant progress could be achieved and has been achieved in the reduction of the number of claims through explaining to the ship masters and officers all important lessons that the Club learnt from the investigations of the previous claims. Therefore this document is expected to prove of interest to the seafarers and, equally, to the shore-based staff of the members. The content of the paper is divided into numerous chapters covering the liabilities of passengers and third parties, life salvage, crew claims, stevedores, pollution rules and tables, wreck removal, towage claims and other important aspects such as discharging appliances, collision rules, repatriation, contractual cover, exceptions and exclusions etc.

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War Risks Class Rules 2016-17

   The publication was officially released by the UK P&I Club. The Rules contained in this booklet have been formally adopted as per the powers conferred by the Articles of Association of the War Risk Class. The intention of the UK P&I Club is to provide all members of the subject Club with the excess war risk cover of five hundred million dollars excess of the vessel's value which, in turn, is deemed not to exceed one hundred million dollars. In addition to the above, the Club can also provide the full cover of the primary hull and P&I war risks under the conditions outlined in the present publication. The content of this booklet has been arranged in three main sections followed by four Appendices. The first section of the book is dedicated to the directors and contains the information on the Boards and the Committee members. The second section addresses the managers and provides the contact details of the London agents of the managers. In turn, the third section contains the Rules. This one is organized in several chapters covering the definitions used throughout the Rulebook, introductory information, Rules applicable to the British vessels and other vessels to which Rule 4.A.1 would apply, detention or diversion expenses, P&I, i.e. protection and indemnity risks, sue and labor, discretionary claims, and all other aspects.

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Risk Focus - Consolidated 2016

   Risk Focus - Consolidated 2016 - the lates official release by the UK P&I Club. This issue secifically highlights the enclosed spaces, the master pilot exchange, moorings, loss of power, slips, trips and falls, and mental health. The information contained in this booklet might be useful for crew members, ship owners and operators when trying to reduce the number of accidents happening on board ships. Apart from focusing on the statistics and listing the main reasons of the accidents, the authors of this book try to perform some analysis of what has happened and what measures are to be implemented in order to avoid same things in the future.

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UK P&I Club Contacts and Rules 2016

   The latest - 2016 - edition of the "Contacts and Rules" traditionally containing List of Correspondents and Rules. We would definitely recommended a copy of this publication to be placed on each vessel. The publication, as usual, addresses such the important matters as liability, loss of and damage to the effects, diversion expenses, pollution risks, wreck liabilities, quarantine expenses, stowaways and refugees, cargo liabilities, fines, property on the entered ships, enquiry expenses, general average etc.

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Our Loss Prevention Programme

   This UK P&I Club publication is fully dedicated to the Loss Prevention Programme. The risk management programme was developed with the intention to combine practical solutions addressing the needs and claims experience of the members with research into the wider issues directly impacting on P&l insurance and the exposure to claims. The Club deals with thousands of claims every year, using the experience/expertise of its professional claims handlers, lawyears and ex-seafarers.

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Risk Focus - The Master Pilot Exchange

   Risk Focus: The Master Pilot Exchange - Good communication and team work during pilot operations. UK P&I Club publication. Introduction - The Final Piece of the Passage Plan? - The transit to and from thre Berth - Tugs - The berth...

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Mutual Strength - October Review 2015

   UK P&I Club - Mutual Strength - October Review 2015. Overview - Financial Overview - Financial Highlights - Large Claims - Additional Claims Frequency and Value - Claims Values - Financial Strength - Underwriting Discipline - Experience and Expertise - Claims - Claims Analysis by Type - Investments - Capital Strength - Risk and Capital Management.

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Guidance on Preparing Cargo Holds and Loading of Solid Bulk Cargoes

   The process of preparing of cargo holds of the ship for the next intended carriage is definitely one of the most critical elements in the list of bulk carrier operations; it requires proper and very careful planning and of course competent execution, since the lack of preparation will not only lead to claims related to cargo quality (like contamination, water ingress, shortage), but also to the various contractual claims, such as delayed or even failed surveys, charter-patry disputes and off-hire claims. As the name implies, this publication by the UK P&I Club will shed some light on the process of preparation - among the topics included in the guidance, there are cargo declaration, standards for cargo hold cleanliness, fixing the cargo voyage, some specific requirements and instructions, common clause of cargo damage, loss prevention - basic standards, safety and maintenance, etc.

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Hellas HiLights - December 2015

   The thirty-third issue of the Hellas HiLights by the UK P&I Club released in December 2015. In this issue the authors addressed three important aspects of the maritime industry of today, namely ship-to-ship cargo transfers and VEF, cargo wetting damage and bauxite liquefaction. Have a look in this issue of the popular newsletter to be up-to-date with the latest changes to the shipping world.

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US Bodily Injury News - Winter 2015-16

   The very latest release by the UK P&I Club dated winter 2015/2016. Here are the main topics of this publication: A ship owner's obligation to those lawfully onboard - Maintenance and cure, Unseaworthiness; Sec. 905 (b) post Scinda - A real and impactful defense - The negligence standard, Status requirement, What consitutes a vessel under Section 905 (b); Statute of laches and limitations, Shipowners and charterers, Turnover and Active control duty, Dual employment doctrine, Duty to intervene, Indemnity issues between ships and stevedores; The psychology of gain versus risk versus loss, Negotiation, Life care plans, Next number versus last number; Managing the cost of maritime healthcare in the United States...

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Post-Casualty Towage

   Executive summary; P&I coverage during towage generally; P&I coverage during post-casualty towage, ie not ordinary course of trading; Roles in “usual” casualties – Hull arranging towage; Salvage and contractual towage distinctions; Role of the various interested parties; Warranty Certificates are important; P&I coverage during post-casualty towage – no contractual risk cover absent agreement; Which specific P&I risks concern a P&I Club during towage of a casualty?; Basis on which the Club may approve P&I coverage of casualty tows; P&I assessment category One: contractual aspects; Warranties and approvals in towage contracts; P&I assessment category Two: Safety aspects; What exactly does it mean for P&I coverage if the Club has contract or safety reservations?; What is SOL cover; Checklist for P&I cover of tows; Liability arising out of towage of or by an entered ship - Customary towage of an entered ship, Towage of an entered ship other than customary towage, Towage by an entered ship.

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Legal Briefing - Polar Code - A New Regulation for Polar Shipping

   UK P&I Club publication. New regulation - Safety measures - Certificate and survey - Ship structure and machinery installations - Fire and safety protection and life saving appliances and arrangements - Safety of navigation, communication and voyage planning - Manning and training - What does the Polar Code mean for ship safety? - Pollution prevention measures - The application area of the Polar Code - Conclusion.

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Cargo Ventilation - Loss Prevention Guide

   Why ventilate?; Safety; How to use this guide; Glossary of terms; When to ventilate; Cargoes that may require ventilation; What is sweat? The simple explanation; Hygroscopic/non-hygroscopic cargoes - know your cargo; Finding the dew point; Three-degree rule - applicable to hygroscopic agricultural cargoes only; How effective is ventilation?; When should cargo be ventilated?; When should ventilation be stopped?; Types of ventilation systems; Stowage and Dunnage; Recent developments in the rice trade; Carges that do not fit the rules; Equipment for measuring the dew point; Myth or truth?; Air, moisture and relative humidity; How much condensation is produced; Hygroscopic cargoes; Scientific rational for ventilation.

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FAQs Relating to OW Bunkers

   The UKDC publication dated November 2014 and giving the clear answers to the most important and frequently answers about the OW bunkers, e.g. what OW entities are affected, if they can act as physical suppliers and intermediaries or not, will the 3rd party suppliers have a lien over the fuel and/or ship or not, what approach should ship owners take when they are faced by a threat of arrest by physical supplier, what conditions and terms shall apply to the contracts with OW, and some other questions of critical importance. This short but useful booklet will be of interest for everyone involved in the shipping business.

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Risk Focus - Loss of Power

   UK P&I Club publication - Risk Focus - Loss of Power. Industry has noted an increasing number of blackouts and main engine failures - Blackouts - Main engine manoeuvring failures - Low sulphur fuel problems - Loss of power - the ‘Bowtie approach’...

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US Bodily Injury News - Summer 2015

   UK P&I Club - US Bodily Injury News - Summer 2015 release. ISM Code doesn’t expand shipowners’ Scindia duties - The objectives of the ISM Code and implementation of the ISM Code in the Unietd States - Shipowners’ Scindia duties are quite narrow - Implications for shipowners. Heavy weather injuries - Man overboard - Unsecured empty cans on deck - Communication failure - Slippery when wet - Breach of turnover duty? - Active control - Intervention. Longshore injury suit dismissed - Medical consolidation companies – do they really deliver? - Franza ruling troubles cruise line operators.

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Stowaways Checklist

   Stowaways Checklist is a very short yet quite useful publication by the UK P&I Club providing necessary guidance in steps to be taken when dealing with stowaways. The booklet contains some very basic information and covers the most common situations. The publication is definitely needed for the proper day to day operation of the vessel and will be of great use for crew members who need relevant information on the subject matter.

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Project Cargo Matters

   Another publication by the UK P&I Club - Project cargo matters - is intended to provide necessary guidance on how to safely load, stow, secure and discharge heavy lifts and project cargoes, explain what the project cargo is and why special attention isrequired, addresses relevant industry regulations, codes and guidelines, tells readers about vessel types and suitability, necessary voyage instructions; other topics include The cargo; The vessel; Loading and discharge; Stowage requirements; Cargo securing; The voyage; Record keeping; Recommendations; Other relevant publications.

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Paris MOU New Inspection Regime - Aide-Memoire

   Here is the UK P&I Club publication dedicated to the new inspection regime of Paris MOU. It contains necessary guidance to masters, shipowners and operators on the latest reporting obligations and targeting system. There are six most important matters addressed, namely ship risk profile, company performance, inspection types, inspection frequency, reporting obligations, and refusal of access.

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Return of Calls after Lay-Up

   UK P&I Club publication - Return of Calls After Lay Up - A properly laid ship reduces P&I risks. Club policy on lay up returns - Evidence of safe lay up; Minimum 30 consecutive days; No cargo; Hot or cold variable rate return of calls – determined by the presence; Seamen under permanent contracts; Pro rata; What is the lay up return retention rate? Mechanism of calculation; Seamen risks; Collision, FFO and wreck removal risks; Return of paid premium – not lay up rate; Time charterer and other fixed premium entries; Special survey following six months lay up: notice to Club of re-commissioning; Hot to apply? When should an owner apply for laid up returns? How is the outstanding fourth premium instalment handled? What if a claim arises during the lay up period? Can payment of calls be deferred during lay up? Is a ship still eligible for lay up return if the 30 consecutive days cross policy years? Can a ship in dry dock apply for lay up returns? What happens if the ship is moved within port limits? Does a watchmen on board the ship constitute as crew on board?..

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Leadership in Action - Review of the Year 2015

   Introduction; Financial overview; Chairman's statement 2015; Financial highlights; Underwriting discipline; Fleet profice; Claims; Indystry issues; Risk management and reinsurance; Investments; Insurance regulation and governance; Capital management.

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How to Handle Project Cargoes

   The UK P&I Club's guidance on how to safely load, secure, stow and discharge various heavy-lifts and project cargoes. Key points - Vessel types and suitability - Responsibilities - Key rules and guidelines - Cargo condition - Cargo footprint and stowage location - Cargo securing - Heavy-lifts - Vessel strength/load spreading - Vessel stability - Voyage planning and contingencies...

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Hellas HiLights - April 2015

   Hellas HiLights - UK P&I Club Publication - April 2015. Issue 31. Introduction; Polar bears... in Cyprus... qu'est-ce qui se passe? Self-assessment; Cappuccino bunkers; A brief overview of the Philippine Legal System; Hide and Sell; Contact details.

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Legal Briefing - European Union Advance Cargo Declaration Regime

   Equality of protection of goods shipped through European Union customs - General overview, Scope of application of the EU Advance Cargo Declaration regime, What cargo information is to be submitted, who is liable to declare specific cargo information in advance, who is the "Carrier" under the Regulation, what IT system is to be used? Practical examples on the application of the Advance Cargo Declaration Regime - Bulk cargo and containerised cargo...

Category: P & I PUBLICATIONS | Views: 659 | | Comments (0)

Legal Briefing - Chinese Marine Pollution Laws

   The author of this release is Helen Huang, Claims Executive. Contents as follows - Overview; Guide to Chinese pollution regulations; Pre-contracting with approved OSRO; SCope of application; Compulsory insurance and establishment of domestic oil pollution fund; Strict liability and limitation of liability; Direct action against insurers; Selected articles from the Regulation...

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