Corruption

Corruption

INTERCARGO participated at the

IHS Maritime & Trade Risk Forum 2017 (http://events.joc.com/maritime-risk-forum-2017/agenda/tuesday-january-24-2017)

in the panel about

LOW-LEVEL CORRUPTION: A HEIGHTENED RISK FOR SHIPPING COMPANIES.

  • The main points made by INTERCARGO are outlined in the attached.
  • Also attached (members only): January’s IHS Safety at Sea magazine hosts an article on corruption

where INTERCARGO has contributed with comments from our Chairman J. Platsidakis

and background material provided by the Secretariat.

Also attached INTERCARGO's Terminal Reporting Form.

Attachments:
FileDescriptionFile sizeCreated
Download this file (INTERCARGO Terminal Reporting Form, v.5.1.pdf)INTERCARGO Terminal Reporting Form, v.5.1.pdf 99 kB25-Jan-2017
Download this file (INTERCARGO intervention at IHS Forum 24.01.2017.pdf)INTERCARGO intervention at IHS Forum 24.01.2017.pdf 342 kB25-Jan-2017

INTERCARGO had led a Round Table letter to all PSC MoUs suggesting the establishment of a fully independent Internal Affairs Review (IAR) panel where owners could be assured that complaints of corruption or negligence would receive a sympathetic and independent assessment. Please click here and use the INTERCARGO Reporting Form to report problems and concerns.

Port state control and corruption were among the major concerns raised during INTERCARGO’s Technical Committee and Executive Committee meetings in Athens on 12 and 13 October 2015. Please click here and use the INTERCARGO Reporting Form to report problems and concerns.

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