Web Alert: CHIRP - Preventing a collision

News & Insights 13 June 2018


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The Standard Club has been working with the Confidential Hazardous Incident Reporting Programme for over two years to promote safety at sea and accident prevention, through the creation of video bulletins highlighting hazardous incidents and giving advice for minimising the risks.

The Standard Club has been working with the Confidential Hazardous Incident Reporting Programme (CHIRP) for over two years to promote safety at sea and accident prevention, through the creation of video bulletins highlighting hazardous incidents and giving advice for minimising the risks.

CHIRP is releasing targeted videos each month featuring just one issue. This month they look at a specific incident in which the collision regulations were not followed with regards to overtaking.

The bulletin is available here. Read more on the other bulletins in the series here.

These safety bulletins rely on reports to be submitted to CHIRP from all sectors of the maritime industry. Reports can be submitted confidentially here

The case studies and lessons learnt from submissions are published in their quarterly bulletin Maritime Feedback in both written and video form. The reports are also investigated with the ship’s owner and can be used to escalate problems to people who can make a difference, such as naval architects, classification societies and flag state authorities.

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