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Australia to Return to Pre-Covid Maximum Shipboard Service Limits for Seafarers

Australia is set to end interim regulations that have allowed seafarers to work beyond the maximum time limits set out in international maritime labor regulations amid the COVID-19 crisis. The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) announced Monday that from 28 February 2021, the interim COVID arrangements which have permitted seafarers to serve longer than 11 […]

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