Detentions Surprise for Paris MOU

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Aug 012014
 

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Tanzania-flagged Carolyn: Banned twice

Tanzania-flagged Carolyn: Banned twice

Paris MOU expected detentions to increase in 2013 but even it was surprised when they grew by a whopping 87 per cent. Some 28 ships were refused access to Paris MoU ports, the highest number recorded since 2005.

Says the PARIS MOU: “Although it was anticipated that the number of banned ships would rise, an increase of 87% compared to last year was not anticipated. Most ships, 17, have been banned for multiple detentions, while nine were banned for failing to call at an indicated repair yard”.

Over a three year period the flags of the United Republic of Tanzania, the Republic of Moldova, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Togo recorded the highest number of bannings. Continue reading »

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Santa Alina/MOL Utility SBO Deaths “Senseless” – BSU

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Feb 062010
 
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Fixing handrails in place while containers were being swung led to a fatality

Germany’s BundesBundesstelle für Seeunfalluntersuchung, Federal Bureau of Maritime Casualty Investigation, BSU, has described the deaths of two workers in two separate incidents “Senseless” and forcefully says employers should define the necessary qualification requirements for occupational safety and establish and enforce directives that ensure all persons are properly qualified to discharge their duties and responsibilities in the area of safety and health.

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