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Violation to port requirements
Capt. MHD. Rasiq Bilal, Senior Environment, Health and Safety Office, Ports and Marine ops Dubai, in his speech, explains the requirements to build ports and the problems related to the violations from the rules. This presentation was a part of the Dubai Marine Surveying Seminar 2009 on Marine Insurance and claims. Capt. Zahir Irani, IIMS, Regional Director for Middle East, gives his vote of thanks after the session.
Duration: 00:29:15
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