Marine Safety Challenges and Solutions
Your Guide to Mitigating Risks At Your Ship Loading Site
The greatest marine safety risk to your workers is falling in the water. A worker may drown, be carried away by the current or become pressed between the dock and your ship. Life jackets are a necessary precaution but not always effective.
Fortunately, you can take steps to protect your workers with the right marine saftety equipment. A sturdy ship gangway that adapts to changing conditions at your site prevents falls and allows workers to safely access vessels. When gangways aren’t an option, marine ladders made of high-strength aluminum with rubber treads also mitigate the risk of accidents.
Before you select marine safety equipment model, you must analyze your site and your risks. For example, do you know how to select a gangway that provides consistent ship access despite changing tide levels?
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