Even with the highest standards of automation provided on ships, seafarers must follow few checks while operating machinery systems from remote position. Learn about ten important points to consider while handling machinery remotely.
The time before the ship safety equipment survey is a hectic one for the crew as several important equipment and systems are required to be checked, overhauled and renewed. Learn about ten important points which ship’s crew must not miss when preparing for safety equipment survey.
The new FREE guide on safe working procedures in enclosed spaces provides information on practical safety procedures and risk assessments that needs to be taken before making entry into confined spaces on ships.
Proper rest and sleep, however, are not merely matters of personal comfort; they are vital to physical and mental well-being of seafarer. Furthermore, those without proper sleep are likely to make more mistakes and suffer from more accidents.
A variety of accidents take place on a ship’s deck while working. Officers and crew members must be aware of all such accidents which can lead to serious consequences. Learn about seven common types of accidents that occur on ship’s deck.
Many accidents have resulted in loss of life following fires and explosions on ships, especially while carrying out operations involving gas welding and cutting. Learn twenty practical tips to avoid such accidents.
Though getting hurt and facing minor injuries are common on board ships, seafarers must be aware of some of the most common injuries that can pose serious threat to their personal safety. Learn about ten such injuries inside the article.
Working extra hours while carrying out cargo operations on ports, deck officers on container ships might forget some important points due to hectic schedule. Mentioned in this article are ten important points they should always check during cargo watch.
Junior engineers going on board ships for training purpose are often made to do several odd jobs which are not even remotely related to engineering. Learn about seven such non-engineering jobs which junior engineers hate to do onboard ships.