Working on ships constitutes a significant risk as they are subject to the whims of nature more than most modes of transport and are prone to accidents and mishaps when out in the ocean. Every commercial vessel and its crew are equipped to handle such incidents. Here is a brief overview of a Safety Management System, the different types an SMS, its role in avoiding accidents, and a brief look at its sections.
Category: Shipping Safety
Accidents aboard a ship – On Deck13th Dec 2021
Marine safety is one of the most wide-spoken subjects in the maritime industry. Safety is often considered a part of a company’s culture and is highly essential to be placed on top priority for companies. Accidents that happen aboard a ship can most times be avoided with precautionary measures, the right training and equipment. It’s noteworthy how simple practices and equipment can avert these accidents from happening. Here are some of the ways in which accidents may occur on the ship deck and ways to avoid it .
The Importance of Keeping Fire-fighting Appliances Ship-shape19th Jul 2019
Almost all fires on ships are caused due to negligence and outdated fire-fighting equipment. Hence, the fire-fighting equipment on board a ship should be regularly checked for its efficiency and usability. Read on to know how this can be done.