Global provider of integrated shipping, logistics and marine services GAC Group on Friday (28 August) published guidelines for obtaining approval for Hotwork and Bunker permits that has been revised by the Port Authority of New South Wales due to Covid-19:
Due to COVID-19, the port officer does not attend vessels. The Port Authority of New South Wales has issued revised guidelines for processing the approval of Hotwork and Bunker permits. The following procedure will be in place until the port officer is allowed to go back onboard vessels to physically inspect the hotwork and bunker operations:
The original notice from GAC Group can be viewed here.
Photo credit: Port Authority of New South Wales / Nicholas Leonard
Published: 1 September, 2020
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