Mooring Incidents

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Mooring Incidents

Mooring Incidents


Large Personal Injury Claims by Accident Type (Number)

STRUCK BY MOTOR VEHICLE

BURNS

CHEMICAL EXPOSURE

STRAIN BY HOLDING OR CARR

BURNS BY STEAM OR FLUIDS

CRUISE CANCELLATION

EXPLOSION

STRAIN BY PULLING OR PUSH

DROWNING (04)

FALL (OTHER)

FALL/SLIP FROM GANGWAY

CAUGHT IN MACHINERY

MOORING INCIDENT(06)

SLIP AND FALL

PASSENGER CASUALTY

FALL FROM LADDER OR SCAFF

STRAIN BY LIFTING

STRUCK BY FALLING/FLYING

7 th highest in frequency

81 claims value 34.65$m


Large Personal Injury Claims by Accident Type (Value)

STRAIN BY HOLDING OR CARR

CHEMICAL EXPOSURE

STRAIN BY PULLING OR PUSH

BURNS BY STEAM OR FLUIDS

CAUGHT IN MACHINERY

FALL (OTHER)

FALL/SLIP FROM GANGWAY

EXPLOSION

STRUCK BY FALLING/FLYING

STRAIN BY LIFTING

MOORING INCIDENT

FALL FROM LADDER OR SCAFF

SLIP AND FALL

CRUISE CANCELLATION

PASSENGER CASUALTY

7 th highest in overall cost

81 claims value 34.65$m


Large Personal Injury Claims by Accident Type (Av Value)

ILLNESS - DIED

ELECTRICAL

SEAMAN WAS ILL

COLLISION WITH PIER

VESSEL CAPSIZED

RAPE

STRUCK BY SLIDING OBJECT

VESSEL SANK

FIRE

HEART FAILURE - DEATH

FALL (OTHER)

STRUCK BY FALLING/FLYING

SLIP AND FALL

PASSENGER CASUALTY

CRUISE CANCELLATION

FALL FROM LADDER OR SCAFF

MOORING INCIDENT

STRAIN BY LIFTING

EXPLOSION

COLLISION

EXPOSURE TO HEAT OR COLD

STRAIN FROM USING TOOL/MC

N/A

OVERCOME BY FUMES

SUFFOCATION (04)

STRAIN BY REACHING

DROWNING (04)

INJURED IN FIGHT /00

INJURED BY NON-POWER TOOL

FALL FROM BOSUN'S CHAIR

SEXUAL ASSAULT

FALL/SLIP FROM GANGWAY

CAUGHT IN MACHINERY

BURNS BY STEAM OR FLUIDS

STRAIN BY PULLING OR PUSH

CHEMICAL EXPOSURE

STRAIN BY HOLDING OR CARR

CRUISE

CANCELLATION/COMPENSATION

(00)

INJURED BY POWER TOOL

SLIP (NO FALL)

BURNS

81 claims value 34.65$m

3rd most expensive claim by av value


Large Mooring Incidents Trend

18

16

14

12

%

10

8

6

4

2

0

1987

1988

1990

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

Number % Value %

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

Ex 1 large claim 10.23 $m 2002


Large Mooring Incident Claims by Tradeband

%

45

40

35

30

25

20

15

10

5

0

TANKER

RO/RO

TUG & BARGE

BULK CARRIER

CONTAINER

PASSENGER

DRY CARGO

DEBITING SHIPS

PARCEL CARRIER

RIG & SUPPLY

Number % Value %


Large Mooring Incident Claims by Cause

%

40

35

30

25

20

15

10

5

0

CREW ERROR

EQUIPMENT FAILURE

UNDER INVESTIGATION

SEE BRIEF DESCRIPTION

DECK OFFICER ERROR

MEDICAL

PILOT ERROR

SHORE PERSON. ERROR

Number % Value %


Causes in detail

Equipment Failure

5%

Hit by - NON Parted

Ropes/Wires

42%

Hit by -Parted

Ropes/Wires

53%

Caught up in

ropes/wires

20%

Equipment

misuse/failure

6%

Wash

10% Ship to Ship

3%

Slipped

off/jammed on

equipment

20%

Mooring General

60%

Weather related

10%

Tug operation

related

13%

Mooring General

58%


Type of Injury From Mooring Incidents

Hand

Shoulder 3%

3%

Knee

3%

Face

3%

Chest

3%

Pelvis

2%

Eye

1%

Foot

1%

Thigh

1% Ankle

1% Wrist

1%

Leg

23%

Arm

7%

Death

14%

Head

7%

Multiple Injury

11%

Back

14%


19

21

23

25

26

29

30

32

33

34

35

36

38

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

48

49

50

51

52

53

55

57

60

64

Large Mooring Incident Claims by Age of Person Injured

9

Experienced as well as inexperienced ?

8

7

6

5

%

4

3

2

1

0

Number Claims


Mooring Data Collection Exercise

Sample: 94 Vessels inspected between February and June 2009


Are non deck crew used for mooring ?

Yes

43%

No

57%


Less than 50% carry out annual brake tests


Most ships do not have fully non slip decks


Are heave-in/slack-out directions clearly marked on

winch handles?

No

49%

Yes

51%


27% of vessels keep moorings on drum ends


27% of vessels keep moorings on drum ends


Are fairleads and rollers free and regularly greased?

No

4%

Yes

96%


22% ropes not made up to bitts correctly


Are the correct stoppers being used?

No

8%

Yes

92%


11% mooring procedures not adequate


Procedures not adequate


Procedures not adequate


Procedures not adequate


Which do you let go first ?


Hands Free ?


What is the condition of ropes/mooring links/wires?

Excellent

Very Poor

Below Standard

Good

Satisfactory


Mooring Study Preliminary Findings

Sample: 94 Vessels inspected between February and June 2009

Key Issues Raised:

• 43% of vessels use non deck crew during mooring operations

• Controls

• Training - are non deck crew aware of risks ?

• A small number of vessels admitted to only using two seafarers for mooring operations.

• Controls


Mooring Incidents

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