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22 September 2022 — News story
Capsize of a single-handed creel fishing vessel near Cairnbulg, Scotland, with the loss of one life.
2 September 2022 — News story
Flooding and sinking of the survey workboat Bella in the approaches to Lynmouth, England.
14 July 2022 — News story
Mooring deck accident on board a cargo vessel at Kavkaz South anchorage, Russia, with the loss of one life.
29 July 2022 — Guidance
Evaluation of the effectiveness of regulations to improve marine safety by determining the circumstances and causes of marine casualties and promoting action to prevent reoccurrence.
8 July 2022 — News story
In our final Maritime Safety Week blog, Simon Graves and Graham Wilson explain how issuing a safety warning during an investigation can have an immediate effect.
7 July 2022 — News story
We are taking the opportunity during this Maritime Safety Week to raise awareness of essential components for safer mooring operations.
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