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Safe Boarding of Vessels at Sea with GAC


published on 23 February 2022 370 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "GAC Group". Originally published on 2022-02-22.
Boarding a vessel at sea can be dangerous. By following simple rules, it can be done safely. This safety video shows you how to leave the launch boat and climb the ladder when boarding vessels at sea safely as well as boarding preparations, safety precautions and boarding under special conditions. The 3 types of boarding arrangements for pilot are also explained. Watch with sound on.

Transfers are normally safe when everyone takes all the precautions. If you think it is unsafe, remember to exercise “Stop Work Authority”!

• 0:08 Before Boarding the Launch
• 0:49 Getting There (Heading towards the Vessel)
• 1:10 Types of Arrangements to Board the Vessel
• 2:23 Leaving the Launch
• 2:52 Climbing the Ladder
• 3:52 Boarding under Special Conditions

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