Recorded Webinar: Pilot Ladder safety and Pilot Transfer procedures

published (on YouTube: on 15 October 2020) -
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Region: India
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Recorded presentation by All India Marine Pilots Association (AIMPA) on the topic "Pilot Ladder safety and Pilot Transfer procedures"

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