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ILO-Guideline with SEAHEALTH's Fingerprint

ILO GUIDELINE SET THE COURSE FOR GOOD WORKING LIFE AT SEA

At the request of ILO, SEAHEALTH has made the latest guideline on Maritime Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH), which provides guidance for Regulation 4.3 of the MLC Convention.

Voluntary ISM

VOLUNTARY ISM IS BASED ON GOOD DISCUSSIONS AND SYSTEMATICS

“It is about reputation, credibility and our wish to standardise our safety work,“ explains Fisheries Inspector Lars Bonde Eriksen

Safety is the key in choosing a partner to work with

There are more and more rules, conventions and legislation in shipping but Capt. Jan Eliassen of CT Offshore does not feel it makes his job more difficult given that the company provides backing and helps to get the rules understood

Guidance to small ship and special duties

Guidance with short answers reviews the fundamentals of occupational health and safety.

It explains how to put in place the basics for risk assessments and chemicals management.

Joint risk assessment

It is important for officers to involve ratings in risk assessments. They know the job and do the work, points out Søren Bøge, Senior Consultant SEAHEALTH.

Mooring is a dangerous duty that can be made less risky if a risk assessment is done in advance, as recommended by SEAHEALTH in a new guidance.

Think before putting on your gloves

Do a good risk assessment before you operate the winch, urges SEAHEALTH.

The aim of the guidance is to motivate crew to do a risk assessment before starting mooring operations. Think before putting on your gloves - which says Søren Bøge, a senior consultant at SEAHEALTH, is the main message in new guidance drawn up by SEAHEALTH in conjunction with the industry.

Welding on Board

Instruction dvd on welding on board.

English speech and Danish subtitles.

Playing time approximately 10 minutes.



 

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Ratings should also go on a health and safety course

Dennis Rudinas

Dennis Rudinas, Master, has 26 years of experience at sea. For most of these years – from 1990 to 2006 – he was employed by a Norwegian company so he knows about the Scandinavian approach to health and safety.

Everybody knows that...

It is well known that there may not be much oxygen in tanks and other enclosed spaces so it can be dangerous to enter them without breathing gear.

A "wine box" for chemicals

If you have ever opened the packaging of a wine box, you will know that it contains an airtight bag or balloon where the wine is stored under vacuum so that it does
not lose taste or bouquet or evaporate through the packaging. If this principle could be transferred to chemical tankers and freighters by way of so called Vacu- Big-Bags with
chemicals being transported under vacuum in the vessel’s tanks, it could prevent evaporation of volatile organic compounds, VOCs. These substances are, or can be, carcinogenic. They can also cause environmental damage.