Fatal diving incident
The Danish Maritime Authority Investigation Board has produced a report regarding a recent fatality which occurred during diving operations. The fatality occurred when a diver was working underwater at approximately 41 metres, and his air supply was cut off due to an unintended squeezing of his umbilical.
Further information is available at dmaib.com/Ulykkesrapporter/MAERSK_TENDER_24072010.pdf
Published: 25 November 2011
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