Research and analysis

Keeping safe at the coast: statistical briefing note

A 2011 paper analysing fatal maritime incidents in 2010, and whether lifejackets would have saved any of the lives lost.

Documents

Casualty review panel: statistical briefing note 2010

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Details

Relevant to anyone who takes part in sea-based activities, this paper was put together by a panel of members from:

It looks at a number of fatal incidents, and judges how many lives could have been saved by wearing lifejackets or buoyancy aids.

Published 1 May 2014