Rahul Sapra, Senior Surveyor and Yves Vandenborn, Director of Loss Prevention of The Standard Club, on Monday (7 September) published a notice to alert the maritime industry to the newly updated Singapore Crew Change Guidebook (SGCCG) that now includes a FAQ section to clarify commonly asked questions:
In regards to our recent news item on Singapore MPA’s Port Marine Circular (PMC 36) on the revisions to crew change procedures in Singapore, the Singapore Crew Change Work Group (SGCC WG) has updated the Singapore Crew Change Guidebook (SGCCG).
The new version 4.0 of the guide now includes an annex with a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to assist the maritime community in complying with the requirements to conduct crew changes in a safe and responsible manner.
The updated Singapore Crew Change Guidebook is available for download here.
Source: The Standard Club
Photo credit: Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore
Published: 9 September, 2020
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