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MAIB safety information and flyers

Safety flyers are produced to provide specific safety messages regarding a marine accident investigation.

Fishing flyers

  1. Safety lessons: developing a safe system of work on fishing vessels
  2. Safety lessons: keeping crews safe when living on fishing vessels in port
  3. Safety lessons: keeping alert to risks during single-handed fishing operations
  4. Safety lessons: conducting regular, realistic drills on fishing vessels
  5. Safety lessons: establishing a safe shooting routine on potters
  6. Safety lessons: keeping your fishing crew safe by reviewing risk assessments
  7. Safety lessons: keeping a proper lookout at sea and wearing flotation devices
  8. Safety lessons: keeping vigilant of flooding risks on fishing vessels
  9. Safety lessons: correct use of fishing vessel deck equipment
  10. Safety lessons: maintaining electrical equipment on fishing vessels
  11. Safety lessons: safe systems of work on fishing vessels
  12. Safety lessons: dangers of walking on fishing vessel tipping doors
  13. Safety lessons: minimising the risk of cold water shock
  14. Safety lessons: assessing risks when mooring your fishing vessel
  15. Safety lessons: assessing the suitability of an unfamiliar berth
  16. Safety lessons: assessing the risk of falling overboard from your fishing vessel
  17. Safety lessons: raising the alarm if you go overboard from your fishing vessel
  18. Safety lessons: increasing survival chances if you enter the water
  19. Safety lessons: developing a strong safety culture on your fishing vessel
  20. Safety lessons: importance of safety alarms and regular drills on vessels
  21. Safety lessons: assessing the stability of small fishing vessels
  22. Safety lessons: planning your watchkeeping arrangements
  23. Safety lessons: dangers of unfenced openings on your fishing vessel
  24. Safety lessons: what to do if your fishing vessel catches fire
  25. Safety lessons: dangers of recovering lost fishing gear
  26. Safety lessons: keeping a safe navigational watch on your fishing vessel
  27. Safety lessons: stability of your modified under 15m fishing vessel
  28. Safety lessons: precautionary measures when shooting nets on trawlers
  29. Safety lessons: locating vessels in distress
  30. Safety lessons: dangers of single-handed fishing operations
  31. Safety lessons: using Digital Selective Calling if your vessel is in trouble
  32. Safety lessons: stowing and securing liferafts properly
  33. Safety lessons: safe use of portable pumps on fishing vessels
  34. Safety lessons: safely operating gear on single-handed fishing vessels
  35. Safety lessons: helping fishing vessel watchkeepers to stay alert
  36. Safety lessons: keeping safe when fishing in areas of high traffic density
  37. Safety lessons: maintaining a proper lookout on stand-on vessels
  38. Safety lessons: assessing working deck arrangements on fishing vessels
  39. Safety lessons: ensuring the stability of fishing vessels
  40. Safety lessons: keeping safe around fishing vessel working gear
  41. Safety lessons: dangers of disturbed periods of rest while at sea
  42. Safety lessons: safe working practices on fishing vessels
  43. Safety lessons: checking a vessel for watertight integrity
  44. Safety lessons: operating a vessel in heavy weather conditions
  45. Safety lessons: maintaining equipment on your fishing vessel
  46. Safety lessons: checking electrical systems and insulation material on vessels
  47. Safety lessons: give-way in fog even when fishing
  48. Safety lessons: dangers of living on shut-down fishing vessels
  49. Safety lessons: long working hours at sea
  50. Safety lessons: keeping safe while pair trawling
  51. Safety lessons: modifications to your vessel can reduce stability
  52. Safety lessons: prioritising lookout duties on your vessel
  53. Safety lessons: correct use of equipment on fishing vessels
  54. Safety lessons: keeping safe on board small fishing vessels
  55. Safety lessons: checking fishing vessels for shortcomings
  56. Safety lessons: awareness of stability risks when beam trawling

Shipping flyers

  1. Safety lessons: safe carriage of solid bulk cargoes on ships
  2. Safety lessons: assessing ship stability for the intended voyage
  3. Safety lessons: inspecting exhaust systems on boats
  4. Safety lessons: guidance for ships carrying fumigated cargoes
  5. Safety lessons: ensuring safe mooring operations
  6. Safety lessons: best practice for loading cargo on ships
  7. Safety lessons: improving survival chances when abandoning ship
  8. Safety lessons: hazards of weighing anchor in heavy weather
  9. Safety lessons: preparing for non-standard towage operations
  10. Safety lessons: checking critical equipment on ships
  11. Safety lessons: maintaining fire protection standards on ferries
  12. Safety lessons: minimising the risks of radiation exposure on ships
  13. Safety lessons: using safety davit devices on ships
  14. Safety lessons: running ship engines in port
  15. Safety lessons: preventing accidents with non-cargo lifting appliances on ships
  16. Safety lessons: staying safe during towing operations
  17. Safety lessons: working at height on ships
  18. Safety lessons: working safely under a suspended load
  19. Safety lessons: identifying potentially dangerous spaces on ships
  20. Safety lessons: securing freight vehicles on ships
  21. Safety lessons: securing cargo before sailing
  22. Safety lessons: keeping safe near watertight doors on ships
  23. Safety lessons: ensuring an effective bridge team on your ship
  24. Safety lessons: best practice for ship anchoring
  25. Safety lessons: commercial diving operations on merchant vessels
  26. Safety lessons: contingency passage planning prior to voyage
  27. Safety lessons: effective communication between ship's bridge team and pilot
  28. Safety lessons: assisting pilots to ensure safe passage for ships
  29. Safety lessons: identifying spaces on ships that have dangerous atmospheres
  30. Safety lessons: vessel handling training for berthing operations
  31. Safety lessons: assessing ship mooring arrangements as a whole system
  32. Safety lessons: dangers of hazardous cargo and enclosed spaces on ships
  33. Safety lessons: evaluating your ship to carry fumigated cargoes
  34. Safety lessons: design and use of boats as ship passenger tenders
  35. Safety lessons: crew procedures during and after a ship fire
  36. Safety lessons: good lookout practices and duty of care at sea
  37. Safety lessons: using safe chemical cleaning procedures on ships
  38. Safety lessons: providing relevant training for ship operations
  39. Safety lessons: adhering to safety management systems on ships
  40. Safety lessons: using an integrated ship management system
  41. Safety lessons: training and supervision of marine engineers
  42. Safety lessons: planning pilotage operations

Sailing vessels (recreational/charter) flyers

Powered small craft (recreational/charter) flyers

Published 15 January 2015
Last updated 15 June 2015 + show all updates
  1. New Safety Flyer to the Fishing Industry published today
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