Marine Cargo Inspector


Marine cargo inspectors are responsible for evaluating the cargo that is loaded on and unloaded from sea vessels. Depending on the ship's route, they check that all shipments remain in compliance with national and/or international health and safety regulations in order to guard against problems like the spread of infectious disease. They may also make sure that cargo is properly packaged, so that there will be no damage to the ship or the other cargo if a package opens during the journey.

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