A three-day safety stoppage at DP World, Port Botany has brought to light severe problems with wire hoisting ropes that may have ramifications for similar terminals in Australia, New Zealand and around the world.
A collision between a tug and a loaded bulk carrier lead to loss of lives of 18 crew members. Learn more about the unfortunate incident in the article.
While cleaning the lifeboat, a junior officer picked up one of the bottles, assuming it contained the fresh water and took a drink. The bottle contained tank cleaning chemical. Find out what happened next inside the article.
A crew member lost his life after being hit by a spring line during mooring operation. Find out more about the unfortunate incident in the article.
Human error during lifeboat drill fatally injures a crew member and causes serious injury to two. Find out more about the unfortunate incident inside the article
No charts, no plans, lack of bridge cooperation and fatigue leads to the grounding of a vessel.
Engine failure and inefficient communication between the master and the pilot leads to grounding of the ship. Learn more about the unfortunate incident inside the article.
A ship underway coastal area touched the seabed and the bottom of the hull breached in several places along the starboard side damaging several fuel oil tanks. Some local coastlines were polluted as a result. Find out more about the incident inside the article.
During pilotage, a vessel grounded to the channel side and the damage to the vessel was estimated at approximately $4 million. Find out more about the incident inside the article.
High-pressure fuel leak spraying on the port engine’s turbocharger leads to fire in the ship’s engine room. Find out more about the incident inside the article.