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The Ultimate Guide to Personal Safety on Ships

   This publication prepared by MarineInsight team addresses the most important issues of the personal safety on board ships. The reader will know why personal safety must be the top priority on board vessels and how to use the personal protective equipment properly. This document also deals with personal safety in every part of the ship and during various ship's operations, fisrt steps of the person arriving on board. In addition, miscellaneous safety resources and tips are provided in the book.

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Lifeboat Incident Survey - 2000

   The present incident report was intended to highlight some of the major concerns over equipment and the availability on board of appropriate technical information and documentation; however, similar concerns still remain. During recent years there has been continued concern among the Membership of our organisations over the number of incidents that involve lifeboats. One possible benefit from the earlier survey may well have been to make seafarers more aware of the inherent dangers of lifeboat launching and recovery procedures relative proportions of data shown in the charts are unaffected....

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Report on the Investigation of the Escape of Vinyl Chloride Monomer on Board Coral Acropora

   Coral Acropora was bareboat chartered by the vessel owners to a company in the Netherlands Antilles which, in 2002, time chartered her to EVC Ltd. This was the only vessel that EVC chartered. Due to a lack of marine chartering knowledge and expertise, EVC engaged the services of a logistics company named Agility to undertake the charterers' day to day functions in respect of the vessel. Agility's role included communicating the cargo requirements and scheduling to the master, arranging bunkers and appointing port agents. EVC Ltd also owned and operated the terminal at Runcorn, situated on the south bank of the Manchester Ship Canal. The berth was originally a canal layby berth and the necessary infrastructure, such as gas piping, controls and security were added in 1998. The berth was about 3 kilometres from the EVC chemical plant where the storage tanks were located. The cargo was pumped via pipelines to and from the plant. The vessel was usually employed loading VCM from the EVC chemical plant in Runcorn and discharging the cargo into another EVC chemical plant at Barry, Glamorgan. At the time of the accident, due to shore maintenance at the plant in Runcorn. Coral Acropora was being used to import VCM from continental ports to build up the plant's VCM stock. It was the intention for Coral Acropora to return to the Runcorn/Barry route once the stock of VCM at Runcorn had been built to sufficient levels...

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Safe Lifting of Non-Cargo Loads

   Every person who operates lifting devices must have very extensive and thorough knowledge of subject equipment, including the various types of frames, slings, clamps, beams, and shackles. They must also know the limitations of the machinery and the forces involved in each lift. As lifting is a hazardous operation, it's essential to minimize those risks by restricting lifting to proper trained personnel. This guide shows the correct procedures to ensure the safe use of lifting devices on board ships, together with the maintenance and storage of lifting equipment.

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Safe Gangway and Ladder Operation

   The present publication was prepared by Videotel specialists and is aimed to improve the safety of pilot and accommodation ladder and gangway operations helping crew members and deck officers understand correct maintenance and operation procedures. The main parts are - About this booklet; Introduction; Risk assessment; Causes of gangway and accommodation ladder incident; Gangway rigging in port; Accommodation ladder rigging in port; Pilot ladders; While on watch; Maintenance and summary; Assessment questions; Regulations relating to safe access; Checklists; Case studies.

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Manual for Ship Safety Service Training
   Manual for Ship Safety Service Training - Lifeboat and Firefighting Service, comprising the Training Manual as per SOLAS Reg. III/51 and Survival Manual as per IMO Res. A.657(16). Ship Safety Service - Fundamental Principles; Fire Protection - Basic Principle; Fire Defence Appliances and Systems on Board; Conduct During Fire Exercises and in an Fire Emergency; Life-Saving Appliances - Description of Appliances Installations and Gear; Handling and Operation of Life-Saving Appliances and Installations; Conduct During Lifeboat Exercises and in Emergency; Closing Remarks.

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A Master's Guide to Enclosed Space Entry
   The Standard Club series - A Master's Guide to Enclosed Space Entry.

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maritime terrorism risk and liability
   The book focuses on the terrorism risk and liability issues in connection with two general types of maritime terrorism scenarios: attacks that target passenger vessels and attacks that targer (or leverage) containerized shipping. By combining the investigation of risk and liability into a single study, this book offers insights from both into the nature of maritime terrorism risk and the ways in which government might respond to that risk through the instrumentality of the civil justice syste. This book would be of interest to everyone concerned with understanding and managing maritime terrorist risks.

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contemporary maritime policy
   At any given time, more than a dozen ships and their crews are under the control of pirates, being held for ransom. Most of the victims will be released, but some will suffer torture and will be emotionally scarred by the experience. The devastating impact of piracy on mariners and their families has, unfortunately, been a hallmark of this timeless and quite resilient time. For more than 2000 years, piracy has existed wherever there is maritime commerce and a lack of security, raging from mere nuisance to destabilizing threats.

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