Mooring operation is one of the most important and dangerous tasks that seafarers have to perform on the ship’s deck. Learn about ten important points that must be considered while carrying out mooring operations on ships to ensure safety of the ship and its crew.
DNV GL has developed a solution that reduces the risk of offshore floating vessel mooring line failure going undetected by replacing physical sensors with a machine learning algorithm that accurately predicts line failure in real time.
In the early evening, the crew of a chemical tanker in ballast was preparing for departure and pilot advised the Master that he intended to use a mooring launch/tug to assist in maneuvering.
SHIPMOOR uses the combined power of cloud-based servers to undertake the static (Phase I) and dynamic mooring (Phase II, where required) analysis for each vessel.
Nylacast introduces the Chock Liner with its patented low friction technology supporting safe and reliable moorings of vessels of all types and purpose.
A crew member suffers severe laceration injuries to his left hand when carrying out mooring operation. Find out more about the accident inside the article.
A crew member’s right leg got entangled in the messenger line while carrying out mooring operation on board a ship. Learn more about the accident inside the article.
A crew member, part of the ship’s aft mooring team, dies as a result of an accident during mooring operation after suffering fracture dislocation of the cervical spine. Find out more about this serious accident inside the article.
Neglecting specific guidelines for mooring and failing to move away from the snap back zone, a chief officer loses his life during mooring operation. Find out more about the incident inside the article.