An overview of a domestic commercial vessel incident investigation, investigation findings and safety messages to prevent a similar incident from occurring on board your vessel.
Poor risk assessment of river entrance bar crossing results in near misses with surfers.
Unheeded weather warnings result in fishing charter vessel flooding.
Inspection cover removal leads to catamaran sinking.
Rope entanglement while setting cray pots results in person overboard.
Fatigue contributes to fishing vessel grounding
Person overboard without lifejacket following risky behaviour in adverse weather conditions.
Work boat capsizes while relocating shifted mooring.
Onboard fire results in masters’ quick and safe decision.
No risk assessments and gate design results in passengers overboard.
Handover procedures and distraction contribute to channel marker collision.
Fatigue contributing to fishing vessel grounding.
Passenger sustains injury from poorly rigged gangway.
Capsize of Landing barge (Operated as a Class 1E and 2D) – Stability
Sudden vessel movement resulting in master incapacitation highlights onboard safety risks.
Towing of vessel in distress leads to back injury.
Disconnection of LPG system the source of explosion on a houseboat.
Master distraction leads to vessel grounding during sea trials.
Serious injury to pilot on class 2 vessel in poor weather conditions.