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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.

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Serious injury during mooring operations: rope parted

What happened The Marine Safety Investigation Unit of Transport Malta has published Safety Investigation Report 10/21 into a serious injury which occurred during the mooring of a chemical tanker of […]

| Included in IMCA Safety Flash 23/22


LTI: fractured finger during anchor handling  

What happened? A crew member suffered a serious finger injury when he got his finger trapped. The incident occurred when a vessel had been installing mooring elements, suction anchors and […]

| Included in IMCA Safety Flash 22/22



Fall leading to serious personal injury

What happened A crew member suffered a fall leading to concussion and other serious injuries. The incident happened when he was single-handedly trying to hold and manoeuvre a drill tool […]

| Included in IMCA Safety Flash 20/22


LTI: Diver suffered crush injury to finger

What happened A diver sustained a crush injury to his finger. The incident occurred when a diving support vessel was working on a decommissioning project, and the dive team were […]

| Included in IMCA Safety Flash 20/22










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