A key IMCA activity is facilitating the sharing of information on potential hazards at the worksite and lessons learnt from follow-up investigations, thereby helping the industry to avoid repeat occurrences.
Analysis of trends helps focus our work programme on critical areas to deliver more assistance to the industry. In addition, learning from mistakes is a key part of business improvement and the pursuit of efficiency. Avoiding repeating an incident or accident saves lives, time and money – we all know it makes sense. Read more in our HSSE pages.
IMCA safety flashes disseminate important information on incidents and potential hazards and the lessons learnt from them that can help prevent incidents occurring elsewhere in the industry.
Submissions are accepted in any format, but the following template is provided to demonstrate the format and typical types of information that can usefully be included. New users can find out more on how and when to submit a safety flash.
These reports help identify trends, common causes and potential hazards in respect of dynamic positioning and station keeping, that can be addressed in discussion with vessel operators, equipment manufacturers, training establishments and others.
The reporting form is available below, or new users can find out more on how and when to reporting a DP event.