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  • Maritime New Zealand: Kayakers should always follow safety precautions
    von Toumanidis Elias am 16. August 2018 um 7:30

    As Maritime New Zealand informed, a kayaker who was fishing on a Southland river lost his life when he was dragged by the current out to sea across a gravel bar. Maritime New Zealand analyzes the incident and proposes lessons to be learned. This man did not follow many basic safety precautions. The post Maritime New Zealand: Kayakers should always follow safety precautions appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]

  • Fatigue in fishing: Facts and figures
    von Sarmpezi Sandra am 15. August 2018 um 9:30

    In January 2018, Maritime NZ surveyed people who hold fishing-related certificates, asking their experiences on fatigue and the steps they are taking to minimise it. Most of the 318 respondents were skippers and 82% have been working in the industry for more than 10 years. The post Fatigue in fishing: Facts and figures appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]

  • Best practice guide for CIC on MARPOL Annex VI
    von Ψυχογιού Αλεξάνδρα am 15. August 2018 um 7:36

    SQE MARINE recommends best practices to check compliance with the applicable requirements of the MARPOL Annex VI for the forthcoming CIC which will be held for a period of three months by Paris, Tokyo, Black Sea and Indian MoUs. The post Best practice guide for CIC on MARPOL Annex VI appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]

  • Watch: How green financing can lead to a low-carbon world
    von Toumanidis Elias am 14. August 2018 um 10:30

    Catherine Howarth said that its is positive that the biggest fund managers support requirements on companies to address climate risk. However, high-carbon companies are not showing a high level of commitment towards adopting a low-carbon strategy. Moreover, if the financial markets focus more on environmental matters, this could lead to a transformation towards a low-carbon world. The post Watch: How green financing can lead to a low-carbon world appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]

  • Injury in cargo operations stresses insufficient management of change
    von Sarmpezi Sandra am 14. August 2018 um 8:30

    In its latest Safety Flashes for July, IMCA describes a case involving a crew man, who got his finger stuck between the cargo and the lifting chain, during cargo operations. IMCA highlighted an insufficient management of change (MoC) by the company.  The post Injury in cargo operations stresses insufficient management of change appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]

  • Emergency Procedures: Critical equipment failure
    von Sarmpezi Sandra am 13. August 2018 um 10:00

    A ship equipment contains many items that could be defined as ‘critical’. Normally, criteria for choosing a critical equipment or operation lie as its potential to carry on to a hazardous situation. When trying to decide which equipment items are ‘critical’, consideration is given to human safety and pollution prevention. The post Emergency Procedures: Critical equipment failure appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]

  • Lack of risk perception leads to lost time injury
    von Sarmpezi Sandra am 13. August 2018 um 8:30

    In its latest Safety Flashes, IMCA presents a case of lost time injury, where an experienced AB suffered serious ankle injuries during offloading operations. A vessel was delivering drill pipe casings to a jack-up rig, when he was hit by the casing bundle being discharged.  The post Lack of risk perception leads to lost time injury appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]

  • Samsung Heavy develops autonomous ship systems
    von Sarmpezi Sandra am 10. August 2018 um 13:10

    The South Korean shipbuilder selected Amazon Web Services, an Amazon.com company, as its preferred cloud provider to support its digital transformation. The company's smart shipping systems leverage a wide variety of services to create integrated systems for all vessel-related data collected from land to sea.  The post Samsung Heavy develops autonomous ship systems appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]

  • Container volumes drop at Port of Long Beach in July
    von Sarmpezi Sandra am 10. August 2018 um 12:12

    After setting a 107-year record in container handling volumes in June, the Port of Long Beach saw a 4.4% decline in container volumes in July compared to the same month a year ago. The port attributed the drop to shipping alliances’ decisions in July to shift vessel deployment and port calls. The post Container volumes drop at Port of Long Beach in July appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]

  • Ship found with $232 million worth of hash, all crew arrested
    von Sarmpezi Sandra am 10. August 2018 um 12:02

    Italian authorities have seized 20 tonnes of hash worth as much as 200 million euros ($232 million) in the fuel tanks of a Panama-flagged ship that was stopped in international waters and escorted to Sicily. The entire 11-person crew, all from Montenegro, was arrested for international drugs trafficking. The post Ship found with $232 million worth of hash, all crew arrested appeared first on SAFETY4SEA. […]