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Serco fined £200,000 following Woolwich Ferry deckhand fatality

A company has been fined following the death of a 19-year-old deckhand who died when he fell from a River Read More

Views sought on marine-accident investigation rules

The Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) is asking for comments from stakeholders on planned changes to the way in which marine accidents are investigated in the UK. Read More

Safety deficiencies exposed by cadet’s death

A teenage sea cadet's fatal fall from height has highlighted a number of weaknesses in safety procedures on board the sail-training tall ship from which he fell. Read More

Union slams code on ports safety record

The union that represents workers in the UK ports industry is angrythat, in the wake of a number of recent accidents at UK ports, avoluntary Code of Practice has not been made mandatory. Read More

Push to give marine safety watchdog more authority

A Labour MP is campaigning for safety recommendations made by theMarine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) to be legally binding. Read More

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