Bulk carrier ships have been involved in several accidents in the past because of constructional and operational loopholes. In this article we enumerate 11 important points which are necessary to enhance the overall safety of bulk carrier ships.
Safety of Ships
Fire is the root cause of all the major accidents taking place on board ships around the world. We bring to you a list of 16 fire fighting appliances and preventive measures present onboard ships to fight, suppress, and prevent fire.
Bridge resource management or BRM was adopted in the early 1990s by the maritime industry as a safety and error management tool. Learn more about BRM and its key elements on board ships in this article.
The main aim of any maintenance plan on ship is to get the maintenance and repair work done in the least possible time with minimum costs. Find out the various steps which are taken into consideration in order to make a maintenance plan of a ship.
Under the ISM code, every ship must appoint a ship safety officer (SSO) who has the knowledge, experience, and skills to look over the important safety issues related to ship and its crew’s health. Find out the duties of ship safety officer inside the article.
Seafarers have to face several dangerous diseases, disorders and injuries while working on board ships. Learn about seven of the most dangerous diseases/disorders seafarers must be aware of.
New crew members joining a ship must be familiarized with their duties and important information about the ship. This is to ensure that the new people onboard ship understand their responsibilities thoroughly before commencing their duties.
Nadiro is a safe lifeboat launching system for the lifeboats of merchant ships, oil platforms, and drilling rigs. This system replaces the conventional hook release system with safer hydraulic and ball arrangement system.
Crash manoeuvring of a ship is a procedure which is carried out in emergency situations in order to prevent the ship from collision or any kind of accident. Find out more about crash manoeuvring of the ship and the procedure to perform the same.