Recent personal injury cases at mooring stations and Best Practice: Mooring Snap-back zones

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Recent personal injury cases at mooring stations and Best Practice: Mooring Snap-back zones

The UK P&I Club has been alerted to a number of recent incidents involving crew at mooring stations, most of which have resulted in horrendous life-changing injuries, one was fatal.

Read the full article on the UK P&I website here

and Best Practice: Mooring Snap-back zones:

Best Practice: Mooring Snap-back zones

In recent years it became common practice to mark snap-back zones on ships decks in the vicinity of mooring machinery, rollers and fairleads. However, industry advice with respect to identifying and marking snap-back zones came under review last year following an incident where a deck officer was seriously injured during a mooring operation when standing in a location that had not been identified as being within a snap-back danger zone.

Read the full article on the UK P&I website here

Source: UK P&I

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