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.
Mooring line parts and hits deck officer’s head before going overboard through the fairlead, making the officer unconscious. Later it was found that he had sustained multiple skull fractures.
Inability to follow IMSBC Code requirements leads to two explosions and severe injuries to the chief engineer. Find out more about the accident inside the article.
According to AMSA, in many cases, the secondary means of support are inadequate for their intended purpose and in fact introduce unacceptable hazards and risks.