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Maritime Safety related Topics and Guidelines

 

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Shipping is perhaps the most international of all the world's great industries and one of the most dangerous. It has always been recognized that the best way of improving safety at sea is by developing international regulations that are followed by all shipping nations.

IMO's first task when it came into being in 1959 was to adopt a new version of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), the most important of all treaties dealing with maritime safety.

IMO has also developed and adopted international collision regulations and global standards for seafarers, as well as international conventions and codes relating to search and rescue, the facilitation of international maritime traffic, load lines, the carriage of dangerous goods and tonnage measurement.

The Maritime Safety Committee is IMO's senior technical body on safety-related matters. It is aided in its work by a number of Sub-Committees.

 

These pages are part of OSHA's commitment to provide employers and maritime workers with information and assistance to help in complying with OSHA standards and in ensuring a safe workplace.

 

  • Maritime Compliance Information. OSHA. Links to OSHA compliance information including directives, letters of interpretation, Review Commission decisions, crane certification, and to the OSHA Office of Maritime Enforcement.

 

 

  • OSHA Maritime Outreach Training Program. OSHA has developed an OSHA Outreach Training Program for the Maritime industry. This new program builds on OSHA's successful Outreach Training Program platform to extend safety and health training to employees and employers in the maritime industry.

 

Shipyard Employment. OSHA eTool. Shipyard work has traditionally been hazardous, with an injury-accident rate more than twice that of construction and general industry. OSHA has included the industry in its Strategic Plan to reduce injuries and illnesses and prevent fatalities. The eTool describes common hazards and possible solutions for tasks performed during the maritime industry's ship repair, shipbuilding, ship breaking, and barge cleaning processes.

Safety and Health Topics Related to Maritime

 

 

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