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Dynamic failure of pilot boats: Risk mitigation & management


published on 12 December 2020 498 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "RINA & IMarEST Southern Joint Branch".
Following a surf riding and broaching incident and subsequent collision by an experienced vessel operator, QinetiQ have been undertaking extensive investigations into the risk mitigation and safety management of pilotage operations. This presentation looks to discuss the risks presented during pilotage services, and provide a critical review of vessel design and service delivery approaches to understand the potential risk mitigations and management of pilot boat safety.
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