investigation of accidents in the maritime transport sector

Ex-post evaluations of Directive 2009/21/EC on compliance with flag State requirements and Directive 2009/18/EC establishing the fundamental principles governing the investigation of accidents in the maritime transport sector

 

https://ec.europa.eu/transport/sites/transport/files/2018-final-report-evaluations-fsd-aid.pdf

 

Ex-post evaluations of Directive 2009/21/EC and Directive 2009/18/EC 5 TABLE OF CONTENTS

GLOSSARY ................................................................................................................... 7

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY .................................................................................................. 9

RÉSUMÉ.......................................................................................................................17

PART I – INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY AND CONTEXT ............................................27

 1. INTRODUCTION .....................................................................................................29

1.1 Background ...........................................................................................................29 

1.2. Objective of this report .........................................................................................29

1.3. Contents of this report..........................................................................................29 

2. METHODOLOGY......................................................................................................31

2.1. Evaluation criteria, questions and evaluation framework..........................................31 

2.2.Design of the evaluation........................................................................................32

2.3. Limitations of the evaluation.................................................................................35

3. CONTEXT...............................................................................................................37

3.1. Maritime safety ..................................................................................................37

3.2. Directive 2009/21/EC on compliance with flag State requirements.........................42

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Avilés espejo de la situación marítimo naval

 

 

 

https://www.elcomercio.es/asturias/rescate-helimier-uno-no-queria-subir-helicoptero-se-olvido-dolor-grandes-olas-que-habia-20191211002101-ntvo.html

«Uno no quería subir al helicóptero. Se olvidó del dolor por las grandes olas que había»

El copiloto Carlos Cuenca, el comandante Jorge Fernández y el rescatador Antonio Piñeiro, ayer, en el helicóptero AW139 'Helimer Cantábrico'. / JORGE PETEIRO

Durante más de hora y media, los tripulantes del 'Helimer' lucharon contra la mala mar para rescatar a cinco marineros heridos en Avilés

MARCO MENÉNDEZGIJÓN.Miércoles, 11 diciembre 2019, 02:58

La tripulación del helicóptero de Salvamento Marítimo 'Helimer Cantábrico' tuvo que intervenir anteanoche en una nueva operación de rescate muy complicada, con olas que se acercaban a los nueve metros de altura y en plena noche, lo que hacía que la visibilidad fuera prácticamente nula y la inestabilidad del buque

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Casualties IMO

Casualties

 
 Under SOLAS regulation I/21 and MARPOL articles 8 and 12, each Administration undertakes to conduct an investigation into any casualty occurring to ships under its flag subject to those conventions and to supply the Organization with pertinent information concerning the findings of such investigations. Article 23 of the Load Lines Convention also requires the investigation of casualties.

 
Under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), article 94 on Duties of the flag State, paragraph 7, “Each State shall cause an inquiry to be held by or before a suitably qualified person or persons into every marine casualty or incident of navigation on the high seas involving a ship flying its flag and causing loss of life or serious injury to nationals

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Lack of experience leads to collision between frigate and oil tanke

https://safety4sea.com/

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The Accident Investigation Board Norway (AIBN), the Defence Accident Investigation Board Norway (DAIBN) together with the Marine Safety Investigation Unit of Malta and the Spanish Standing Commission for Maritime Accident and Incident Investigations (CIAIM) have conducted a joint investigation for the collision of the frigate HNoMS Helge Ingstad and the oil tanker Sola TS.

CASUALTIES | 11/11/19

 

The incident

In the early hours of Thursday, November 8 2018, the frigate HNoMS Helge Ingstad, with 137 conscripts and permanent crew on board, and the tanker Sola TS, with 24 people on board and operated by the Greek shipping company Tsakos Columbia Shipmanagement (TCM) S.A. collided in the Hjeltefjord.

 

A total of seven watch standing personnel, including two trainees, were present on the bridge

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Balearia y la sguridad marítima

https://lamarinaplaza.com/2019/09/30/comparativa-lo-poco-que-queda-despues-de-43-dias-del-ferry-encallado-en-denia/

Balearia continúa realizando trabajos de extracción y recuperación del ferry Pinar del Río en la escollera del puerto de Denia, en donde sufrió un lamentable accidente el pasado mes de agosto.