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...
Don’t sidestep procedures to save time, The Nautical Institute warns in its latest Mars Report. In this Report, an open tank valve resulted in contaminated cargo. The Nautical Institute gathers reports of maritime accidents and near-misses. It then publishes...
Safety underpins any nuclear project. In its latest webinar, Core Power says its nuclear reactor for ships will change the risk profile of nuclear from low risk/high impact to very low risk/very low impact. It plans to achieve this through the modular reactor’s...
Proper isolation and lockout (“lockout/tagout”, LOTO) must be completed before carrying out maintenance on any equipment. The Nautical Institute gives this advice in its latest Mars Report in which a crew member suffered burns on his fingers. The Nautical...
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