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LEG 100/7; Draft guidelines on the collation and preservation of evidence following an allegation of a serious crime having taken place on board a ship or following a report of a missing person from a ship, and pastoral and medical care of victims (2013) 

This document presents draft guidelines on the above subject. Building on the approach taken in document MSC.1/Circ.1404, the United Kingdom has endeavoured to adapt the guidance to fit the particular issues related to crimes on board as well as incorporating guidance on actions in the event of a missing person and pastoral and medical care of victims.  Read More

FAL 38/4/3; Visa Issues – Comments and Proposed Amendment (2013) 

This submission comments on the final report of the correspondence group contained in FAL 38/4, in particular the debate concerning the inclusion of "visa number, if appropriate" in crew and passenger lists and disembarkation cards. The co-sponsors make a new proposal to amend the Convention in a way that might resolve hitherto divided opinion on the "visa number" issue and harmonize the Convention with ILO Convention 185.  Read More

LEG 99/INF.2; Draft guidelines on the collation and preservation of evidence following an allegation of a serious crime having taken place on board a ship or following a report of a missing person from a ship, and pastoral and medical care of victims (2012) 

This document presents draft guidance to accompany document LEG 99/11/1 on the unplanned output on the collation and preservation of evidence following an allegation of a serious crime having taken place on board a ship or following a report of a missing person from a ship, and pastoral and medical care of victims. Building on the approach taken in MSC.1/Circ.1404, the co-sponsors have adapted that advice to fit the particular issues related to crimes on board as well as incorporating guidance on actions in the event of a missing person and pastoral and medical care of victims.  Read More

LEG 99/11/1 ; Collation and preservation of evidence following an allegation of a serious crime having taken place on board a ship or following a report of a missing person from a ship, and pastoral and medical care of victims  (2012) 

This document responds to the call contained within resolution A.1058(27) for submissions related to guidance following allegations of a crime at sea and builds upon the concepts raised in document LEG 98/INF.3. Contained within the document is the justification and compelling need for this new unplanned output to be added to the biennial agenda of the Legal Committee.  Read More

LEG 98/INF.3; Crime reporting on passenger ships  (2011) 

This document invites the Legal Committee to consider the matter of crime reporting on passenger ships in international commerce, taking into account the legislative framework that was developed in the United States  Read More

MSC 83/4/3; Access of public authorities, emergency response services and pilots on board ships to which SOLAS chapter XI-2 and the ISPS Code apply  (2007) 

This document discusses problems encountered by several CLIA member lines with port State control officers and other public authorities refusing to show proper identification when boarding vessels  Read More

FAL 34/4/2; Comments on amendments proposed in document FAL 33/3/3 (Netherlands)  (2007) 

This document discusses the proposed amendments to the FAL Convention with regards to visa requirements and current security practices onboard cruise passenger ships. Read More

FAL 34/4/1; Suggested amendments to the FAL Convention (2006) 

This document provides comments to the suggested amendments to the FAL Convention  Read More

LEG 91/4/5;  (ii) Follow-up on resolutions adopted by the International Conference on the Revision of the Athens Convention relating to the Carriage of Passengers and their Luggage by Sea, 1974 Athens Convention, 2002 - remaining issues (2006) 

This document comments on the problem of the lack of adequate insurance cover for terrorism liability under the Athens Convention, 2002 (the so-called “war risk issue”) and concludes that, in the interests of facilitating its early entry into force and implementation, the Athens Convention, 2002 should be interpreted as providing an exclusion from liability for terrorism. The consequences of alternative approaches put forward by Norway in document LEG 91/4/1 are identified  Read More

LEG 92/5/3; (ii) Follow-up on resolutions adopted by the International Conference on the Revision of the Athens Convention relating to the Carriage of Passengers and their Luggage by Sea, 1974  (2006) 

The proposals in this document utilize the capacity in the war risk insurance market and reduce carriers’ maximum limit of liability. The proposals use the same solution (through a London broker) as that contained in the Correspondence Group document (LEG 92/5, submitted by Norway), to provide insurance, certification and the right of direct action, but limit liability to a capped amount, so that carriers are not exposed to uninsured risks under the 2002 Athens Convention. These changes are being proposed in order to appeal to the widest possible range of interested parties  Read More