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2022-04-19

Fall from the pilot ladder on the bulk carrier Atlantic Princess (safety report)

On 3rd July 2013, a company representative was boarding the bulk carrier Atlantic Princess via the ship’s pilot ladder as it lay at anchor off Whyalla, South Australia. The man fell and landed on the deck of the pilot launch below. This report from the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) examines the safety issues involved and actions taken to address them. The ATSB has provided the document, which is copyrighted to the Commonwealth of Australia, under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia licence. (1.8 MiB, PDF, 24 pages)


 1 file(s)  69 downloadsCategory: Marine Safety & Accidents, Maritime Education and TrainingDownload
2022-04-05

Shipping Industry Guidance on Pilot Transfer Arrangements, Third Edition

This guidance, published in January 2022, was produced by the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and International Maritime Pilots’ Association (IMPA) in collaboration with industry partners. It is intended to remind seafarers and companies of the vital importance of adhering to established rules and procedures on safe boarding arrangements for pilots. (768 KiB, PDF, 8 pages)


 1 file(s)  75 downloadsCategory: Marine Safety & Accidents, Maritime Education and TrainingDownload
2022-04-01

Pilot Ladder Safety (set of colour posters)

This is a collection in a single file of five printable posters: 1) Poor ladder condition; 2) Retrieval lines; 3) Combination ladder arrangements; 4) Securing pilot ladders at intermediate length; and 5) The cutting edge. It is courtesy of Maritimecyprus.com with colour photos and data from The American Club. (622 KiB, PDF, 10 pages)


 1 file(s)  25 downloadsCategory: Marine Safety & Accidents, Maritime Education and TrainingDownload
2022-03-29

The work practices of marine pilots: a review

This Australian study identifies the risk factors for pilots arising from long working hours, the uncertainty of pilotage work, and commercial pressures, amongst other things. Although the research covered pilots in the Queensland/Great Reefs area, the insights should be useful to pilots and pilotage authorities in general. The document has been made available by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) licence. (352 KiB, PDF, 44 pages)


 1 file(s)  86 downloadsCategory: Marine Safety & Accidents, Maritime Education and TrainingDownload
2022-03-25

Pilot Ladder Safety by Herman Broers (illustrated article)

'Pilot Ladder Safety' fills a big gap in the existing literature on the subject. As the author, an experienced pilot, notes in the Foreword: "I discovered there are many things a captain, an officer, or even a bosun, AB or OS has to keep in mind when rigging the ladder. The usability of the documentation in place regarding this matter is not very good. What can be found online are tales of colleagues showing the accidents, the mishaps and the errors they see on a daily basis." (15.5 MiB, PDF, 48 pages) Please consider giving a small donation to help us grow this Downloads section. Buy Me A Coffee


 1 file(s)  59 downloadsCategory: Marine Safety & Accidents, Maritime Education and TrainingDownload
2022-03-22

Pilot Ladder Checklist

This is a short checklist to ensure the safety of pilot ladders and minimise the risks associated with their use. It was published by Pilotladdersafety.com, an independent website and blog. (83.6, PDF, 1 page)


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