When working with elements that have potential energy, proper personal protective equipment (PPE) and correct body position are vital for safety. The Nautical Institute gives this warning in its latest Mars Report, in which a crew member got injured after being hit by...
Don’t forget personal protective equipment (PPE) when carrying out maintenance tasks on board a ship an expect the unexpected. The Nautical Institute gives this advice in its latest Mars Report, in which an engineer suffered hot sludge burns. The Nautical...
In its latest Mars Report, The Nautical Institute describes how a crew member sustained injuries after working with acetone. The seafarer stated he had not been shown the Material Safety Data Sheet and was unaware of the risks. The Nautical Institute gathers reports...
Grinding wheels and discs can shatter, be aware of this and use personal protective equipment appropriately. The Nautical Institute issues this warning in its latest Mars Report, in which a crew member suffered injury due to a shattering grinding stone. The Nautical...
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