The Marine Safety Forum (MSF) has published a safety alert regarding an incident in which a crewman suffered a broken leg. The injury occurred when the crewman got his leg caught under a bundle of pipes that shifted whilst preparing them for a lift. It took fifteen minutes to free the injured crewman, and helicopter medevac ashore was necessary.
Further information is available from marinesafetyforum.org/images/msf-safety-alert-16.07.pdf
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