Submitted by Carsten Gydahl-... on Tue, 2015-02-17 10:57
In continuation of the concept from the near miss drawings, we have choosen to focus on well known long term effects of working at sea. This way we can cover both health and safety. The point of all these new drawings is that if you are exposed to these conditions year after year for a long time it may lead to illness. Consequently you may have sustained a occupational disease, which must be reported.
We have 8 drawings describing the long terms effects of:
Submitted by Nina Waaddegaard on Fri, 2013-10-11 12:51
This year, the MSSM (Maritime Health Safety and Environment) Conference brought together almost 300 delegates from the Danish maritime industry under the heading of modern seamanship and good business sense
Submitted by Nina Waaddegaard on Tue, 2013-04-30 15:48
In Germany, they are on the way to introducing new legislation to require all vessels in the German merchant fleet to carry a defibrillator. So far the legislation is at the drafting stage and it has not yet been confirmed by the German Maritime Authorities.