This fifth edition was withdrawn in February 2021 and replaced by the sixth edition. Ships present organised criminals with the opportunity to transport high volumes of drugs from producing to consuming countries. This book demonstrates how to protect the ship and the crew and reduce the risk of drug trafficking occurring on board.
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Submitted by ICS, BIMCO, INTERCARGO, INTERTANKO and IPTA, Sub-Committee on Implementation of IMO Instruments, 5th Session, Agenda Item 5, July 2018.
Annual Review 2019
As the threat of piracy and violence against crews continues, shipping companies must remain vigilant and ensure they adhere to best practices
Insurers are increasingly engaging with regulatory issues in shipping, as shown by discussions over the 2020 sulphur cap.
he International Maritime Organization (IMO) has agreed to address maritime corruption by including this important issue in its work programme for the Facilitation Committee.
Submitted by: ICS, IUMI, BIMCO, OCIMF, INTERTANKO, CLIA, INTERCARGO, InterManager and WSC to the Maritime Safety Committee, 101st Session, Agenda Item 4, March 2019.
Submitted by ICS, BIMCO, OCIMF, INTERTANKO and INTERCARGO to the Maritime Safety Committee, 101st session, Agenda item 18, March 2019.
The Round Table of international shipping associations plus the OCIMF, representing the global shipping and oil industry have announced that the geographic boundaries of the ‘High Risk Area’ for piracy in the Indian Ocean have been reduced, with new advice issued to merchant ship operators.
Submitted by United States, ICS and BIMCO, Maritime Safety Committee, 101st Session, Agenda Item 4, March 2019.