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The carriage of bulk mineral cargoes can present unique challenges to masters, crews and vessels, which if not handled appropriately may lead to catastrophic consequences, including the loss of life and of the vessel.

Members will be aware of the continuing need for vigilance when carrying such cargoes, as a number of high profile casualties over recent years have shown.

In order to assist members, masters and crews to carry such cargoes safely, Skuld has worked with experts Brookes Bell to produce a pocket reference guide which sets out the key information needed to assess the safety of a bulk cargo operation against the risks of liquefaction of the cargo.

Published here is an A4 pdf version of the guide which is free to download.

A hard copy pocket guide (A6 format) is being printed and will be available for handout to members from Skuld business units. Please, contact your local Skuld office representative or postal.osl@skuld.com .

For further enquiries in respect of this publication please contact the Skuld Loss Prevention and Recurring Claims Group: lossprevention@skuld.com

Skuld is grateful to Brookes Bell for their assistance in preparing this guide and hopes it will be of assistance to members, masters and crews.

Source: http://www.skuld.com/topics/cargo/solid-bulk/cargo-liquefaction/bulk-mineral-cargo-liquefaction/

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