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The Maritime Safety Group provides an opportunity for all members to raise and discuss technical matters of interest and relevance to maritime safety through the Group Forum.

The work and activities of the Maritime Safety Committee will be reported regularly in the Forum.  Members may also comment on the Committee’s work, or propose matters for its consideration

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2018-07-20 23:51:43
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With the collaboration of our team at Tactical Long Range Solutions, we can ensure maritime security and safety for all vessels.

All of our personnel have an extensive military background with experience in demanding locations across the globe. We specialize in site security (land based and maritime), medical services, firearms training and VIP protection.
hr 2351 20 Jul 2018
Maritime safety risk mitigation
With the collaboration of our team at Tactical Long Range Solutions, we can ensure maritime security and safety for all vessels.

All of our personnel have an extensive military background with experience in demanding locations across the globe. We specialize in site security (land based and maritime), medical services, firearms training and VIP protection.
 
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2018-01-16 02:47:00
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Is there any quick installation and released vehicle lashing devise to be applied on channel crossing ferries sail less than 2 hours, otherwise there is not enough time to lash all the vehicle on the car deck, and in some severe water conditions might threaten the ship's stability.
naryo 0247 16 Jan 2018
Quick installation vehicles lashing device for short crossing ferries
Is there any quick installation and released vehicle lashing devise to be applied on channel crossing ferries sail less than 2 hours, otherwise there is not enough time to lash all the vehicle on the car deck, and in some severe water conditions might threaten the ship's stability.
 
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2017-05-17 14:40:42
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Some modern container ships are larger than most of the existing fleet, whose experience has been used as the basis of classification rules and requirements. It is therefore reasonable to question whether existing requirements are appropriate for them. One such area that has been questioned is the requirements for anchoring equipment. It has been suggested that the high stacks of above-deck containers may be inadequately represented in the existing requirements.

John Spouge ( DNV-GL) has produced a note on behalf of the Maritime Safety Committee, considering the adequacy of IACS requirements for anchoring of large container ships.

The Note may be read at https://www.rina.org.uk/res/Anchoringlargecontainerships.pdf
Headquarters 1440 17 May 2017
Anchoring of large container ships
Some modern container ships are larger than most of the existing fleet, whose experience has been used as the basis of classification rules and requirements. It is therefore reasonable to question whether existing requirements are appropriate for them. One such area that has been questioned is the requirements for anchoring equipment. It has been suggested that the high stacks of above-deck containers may be inadequately represented in the existing requirements.

John Spouge ( DNV-GL) has produced a note on behalf of the Maritime Safety Committee, considering the adequacy of IACS requirements for anchoring of large container ships.

The Note may be read at https://www.rina.org.uk/res/Anchoringlargecontainerships.pdf
 
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2017-04-26 07:38:41
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Kenya is currently working on the ISO standards for small crafts with the intention to regularize operation of small crafts and promote safety culture. however an important segment has not been considered especially with the development off Marinas, enforcement of AIS need to be considered for vessel reporting to monitor water safety.
talyib 0738 26 Apr 2017
Harmonisation of Standards for Small Crafts operating in territorial and inland waters
Kenya is currently working on the ISO standards for small crafts with the intention to regularize operation of small crafts and promote safety culture. however an important segment has not been considered especially with the development off Marinas, enforcement of AIS need to be considered for vessel reporting to monitor water safety.
 
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