A general cargo vessel was proceeding in a Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) at reduced power due to engine problems, making 4.5 knots at dead slow ahead. It was dark, but visibility was good.
We are a community that is better, stronger and more effective when we work together and when everyone bears their share of the work to be done.
A general cargo vessel under pilotage was up-bound in a canal waterway under reduced speed in anticipation of meeting several down-bound vessels.
Bad design is making equipment inefficient, unsafe – and, ultimately, expensive. Could HCD be a way to improve the process?
On Friday the 16th of February the Seafarer’s Hospital Society hosted the “Sustainability at Sea: Why Seafarers’ Health matters” conference at Trinity House in London