4 edition of Safety in British ports found in the catalog.
Safety in British ports
Society of Conservative Lawyers.
|Statement||by a committee of the Society of Conservative Lawyers.|
|Series||[Publications] - C.P.C. ; 549|
|LC Classifications||HE952.G7 S63 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||75327373|
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ISBN Also published in French: Sécurité et santé dans les ports. Recueil de directives. Effective training and standards save lives in ports The health and safety of dockers is a high priority for the ITF and its affiliates. Working in ports can be dangerous and dockers face many risks each day, things like working at Safety in British ports book, falling cargo, and heavy machinery.
But certain factors make hazards more likely: untrained, casual labour, sometimes even seafarers used to handle cargo. Following reports of a number of instances around the presence of defective pilot ladders on visiting ships and the regular use of dangerously weighted heaving lines by some vessels at UK ports, the British Ports Association has called on the international shipping community to face up to these ongoing safety issues.
While UK shipping companies are usually fully compliant with safety rules. The Code of Practice for Health and Safety in Dock Work is aimed at providing practical guidelines on a risk management framework, to help employers, employees and others with duties under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Actthe Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulationsas amended, and associated.
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The British ports are hubs of regional economic employment in coastal towns and cities as well as the base of the burgeoning 'blue economy'. Ports are gateways for numerous maritime sectors including cruise, fishing, offshore energy, leisure and of course general cargo movement, with UK Ports handling 95% of the nation’s goods.
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We work with the Maritime Coastguard Agency and wider maritime industry to continually monitor the implementation of the code and discuss how it can be improved. These pages will help you understand: which topics are the main causes of injury and ill health in ports and docks; where to get useful guidance on how to manage these risks; the role of HSE in the ports and docks industry; L A guide to Dangerous Goods in Harbour Areas Regulations is now available.
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