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Dublin Port | MOB (Man Overboard) Exercise


published on 3 November 2021 70 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Dublin Port Company". Originally published on 2021-11-02.
This is an exercise that is carried out at regular intervals by all crews on the Pilot boats and Tugs operating in Dublin Port, it is essential that crews are trained and ready to respond to any eventuality involving a MOB. In some instances it could be a casualty from another vessel. Being familiar with equipment and knowing what to do in any emergency is essential on board any vessel.

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