As the world is rapidly changing, so does the safety measures and the everyday challenges. LR’s Group Health, Safety, Environment and Security Director, James Pomeroy, share his insights on how these trends will inform HSE strategy.
The traditional thinking about safety has reached some notable landmarks, but the constantly renewed list of unexpected incidents at sea comes to underline a need for a change in safety perception, unveiling there could be more than the traditional ways of ‘doing safety’.
The Swedish P&I Club has issued a new report entitled Main Engine” Damage” which reveals that incorrect maintenance and repair continues to be the most frequent cause of main engine damage.
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