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Marine Guidance Note (MGN) 564 describes how marine casualties and marine incidents should be reported to MAIB. This notice replaces MGN 458.
This guidance sets out the role of the Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) and includes the type of accidents investigated and how we go about this.
1. About us 1.1 Who we are Located in offices in Southampton, we are a…
MOU between the HSE, the MCA and the MAIB for health and safety enforcement activities and accident investigation at the water margin and offshore.
Memorandum of understanding between the Health and Safety Executive, the…
Operational working agreement between the Health and Safety Executive, the…
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.
Advice to ship owners for adopting the revised performance standards for shipborne voyage data recorders (VDRs) and simplified voyage data recorders (S-VDRs).
Background information about Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA)'s 'Human Element' work.
This leaflet explains the work of the Marine Accident Investigation Branch.
This leaflet provides information if you have been nominated to accompany a marine accident witness to an MAIB interview
About the AICC
Leaflet about the MAIB investigation for family members or friends following death of a loved one as result of a marine accident.
This leaflet provides information for people who have been requested by MAIB to attend an interview following a marine accident.
Understanding the role of the Marine accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) if you've lost a loved one as result of a marine accident.
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