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19 February 2024 — News story
We are seeking a Deputy Chief Inspector of Marine Accidents. This Southampton-based role is an excellent senior leadership opportunity.
8 February 2024 — News story
Fatal fall overboard from a fishing vessel approximately 150 nautical miles west of Ireland.
7 February 2024 — News story
Warning to owners and operators of beam and scallop trawlers following a chain failure on scallop dredger Honeybourne III resulting in loss of life.
We are seeking a business support manager. This Southampton-based role is a great opportunity for a self-starter interested in supporting MAIB daily operations.
9 February 2024 — News story
We are seeking a marine accidents inspector. This Southampton-based role is a great opportunity for an experienced mariner.
14 December 2023 — News story
Loss of life when a high-speed passenger craft made heavy contact with a navigation buoy in Southampton Water, England.
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