Take early and substantial action to keep well clear. The Nautical Institute gives this advice in its latest Mars Report in which a dangerous situation unfolded in a busy traffic separation scheme (TSS). The Nautical Institute gathers reports of maritime accidents and...
GPS “smoothing” can make a portable pilotage unit (PPU) less accurate. This was one of the contributory factors in a vessel grounding discussed in The Nautical Institute’s latest Mars Report. The Nautical Institute gathers reports of maritime...
Correct stud/bolt torquing of engine parts is a critical feature of maintenance, as shown by The Nautical Institute’s latest Mars Report. In this report, a stud that was not tightened enough resulted in engine damage. The Nautical Institute gathers reports of...
The Nautical Institute’s latest Mars Report points to the importance of monthly Planned Maintenance System inspections. In the report, an accident could have been prevented if this maintenance had been carried out properly. The Nautical Institute gathers reports...
Having a procedure in place is one thing, but following it can be quite another affair. This is proven by The Nautical Institute’s lates Mars Report, in which a lack of following procedures resulted in a fatal man overboard (MOB). The Nautical Institute gathers...
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