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RightShip Safety Insights - Pilot and Accommodation Ladders


published on 20 June 2023 264 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "RightShipVideo". Originally published on 2023-05-30.
Over the past two years, RightShip has reviewed more than 21,000 PSC inspections, assessed over 2,500 incidents, and inspected over 4,600 vessels. This is in addition to the reviewing a large number of SIRE reports as part of the vetting process. Despite the industry’s efforts and campaigns to educate, we have observed an upward trend in deficiencies and non-conformities involving pilot ladders and arrangements. The data gathered from RightShip Inspections indicates that the pilot ladder related non-conformity percentage rate is in excess of 16%. Read our full report here: https://rightship.com/insights/lessons-learned-pilot-and-accommodation-ladders

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Mykyta Kontsevyi Ukraine
on 22 June 2023, 14:06 UTC

Thank you ! So important video!
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