Missing Indonesian Sub Found Broken Up in Bali Sea
By Nilufar Rizki and Sultan Anshori DENPASAR, April 25 (Reuters) – A missing Indonesian submarine has been found, broken into at least three parts, at the bottom of the Bali Sea, army and navy...
The newly revived Maritime Accident Casebook is seeking your comments on the creation of a new association for the study of maritime causalities.
Maritime Accident Casebook is acting secretariat for the proposed Maritime Casualty Investigation Association to feel out individuals and various industry sectors about the desirability of such a body. The purpose of this post is to gain feedback on the proposal. Comment can be posted below or in confidence to [email protected]
It is intended that the association actively promote maritime/offshore casualty investigation as a profession, act as a ‘watering-hole’ for the public and private sectors, promote the concept of casualty investigation as an element in safety enhancement and risk reduction rather than liability-focussed, develop a unified set of competencies for maritime/offshore casualty investigation and encourage compliance with relevant IMO codes and obligations.
It is also intended that the association will bridge the gap between, and collaborate with, public sector-orientated organizations specifically related to casualty investigation, such as MAIFF, and private sector initiatives such as Step Change In Safety, Marine Safety Forum, IMCA and the International Chamber of Shipping, and others for whom casualty investigation is a partial element in their activities.
Please take a look at the proposed Maritime Casualty Investigation Association here.
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