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    maritime safety and the prevention of marine pollution through the exchange of ideas experiences and information acquired in marine accident investigation Its purpose is to promote and improve marine accident investigation and to foster cooperation and communication between marine accident investigators The objectives of MAIIF are To foster develop and sustain a co operative relationship among national marine investigators for the purpose of improving and sharing of knowledge in an

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  • Conventions & Resolutions
    entered force in January 2010 IMO Resolution A 1075 28 Guidelines to assist investigators in the implementation of the Casualty Investigation Code and MSC MEPC 3 Circ 4 Revised harmonized reporting procedures also apply SOLAS Chapter XI 1 makes parts I and II of the Code mandatory while Part III contains related guidance and explanatory material These regulations expand on SOLAS Regulation I 21 which requires Administrations to undertake to conduct an investigation of any casualty occurring to any of its ships when it judges that such an investigation may assist in determining what changes in the present regulations might be desirable The objective of the Casualty Investigation Code is to provide a common approach for States to adopt in the conduct of marine safety investigations into marine casualties and marine incidents It emphasises that marine safety investigations do not seek to apportion blame or determine liability Instead a marine safety investigation is one which is conducted with the objective of preventing marine casualties and marine incidents in the future Download IMO Resolution MSC 255 84 Download IMO Resolution A 1075 28 Download IMO MSC MEPC 3 Circ 4 Download Tied in with this Code are two further important instruments

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  • Investigation Manual and Job Aid
    MAIIF Advisories Members Menu Minutes of Meetings and Presentations Login Form User Name Password Remember Me Forgot your password Forgot your username Investigation Manual Click to download the MAIIF Investigation Manual 2014 Investigators Job Aid Click to download the Investigators Job Aid Draft Fire Manual Contents Introduce Draft Guide for Conducting Marine Fire Investigations 25 Kb PDF Download Chapter 1 Chemistry and Physics of Fire 199 Kb PDF Download Chapter

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  • Contacts
    Job Aid Contacts Office Holders Members Honorary Members Non Members Related Sites Enclosed Space Entry Investigation Reports J MARISIS Fishing V L safety IMO Lessons Learned for seafarers MAIIF Contact Form MAIIF Advisories Members Menu Minutes of Meetings and Presentations Login Form User Name Password Remember Me Forgot your password Forgot your username Contacts Office Holders Members Non Members Honorary Members For an alternative contact you may contact us via

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  • Related Sites
    AUSTRALIA 313 Australian Transport Safety Bureau BAHAMAS 263 Bahamas Maritime Authority BRAZIL 259 Directorate of Ports Coasts CANADA 259 Transportation Safety Board of Canada CHILE 298 DIRECTEMAR CHINA 271 China Maritime Safety Administration CYPRUS 190 Department of Merchant Shipping DENMARK 243 Danish Maritime Accident Investigation Board EGYPT 236 Egyptian Authority for Maritime Safety ESTONIA 201 Estonia Maritime Administration European Maritime Safety Agency 277 FINLAND 247 Accident Investigation Board of Finland FRANCE 232 BEAmer Marine Accident Investigation Office GERMANY 290 Federal Bureau of Maritime Casualty Investigation HONG KONG 254 Marine Department HUNGARY 159 Transportation Safety Bureau ICELAND 372 Icelandic Marine Accident Investigation Board International Labour Organization 163 International Transportation Safety Association ITSA 239 ISLE OF MAN 229 Isle of Man Ship Registry JAPAN 257 Japan Transport Safety Board LATVIA 193 Transport Accident and Incident Investigation Bureau LIBERIA 216 The Liberian International Ship Corporate Registry LUXEMBURG 417 Marine Accidents Investigation Department MALTA 195 Marine Safety Investigation Unit Marine Accident Investigators Forum in Asia 328 MARSHALL ISLANDS 262 Maritime and Corporate Administrator of the Republic of the Marshall Islands NEW ZEALAND 344 Transport Accident Investigation Commission NORWAY 204 Norwegian Maritime Directorate NORWAY 257 Accident Investigation Board Norway PANAMA 234 Panama Maritime Authority PANAMA

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  • Enclosed Space Entry
    Menu Home Conventions Resolutions Investigation Manual and Job Aid Contacts Related Sites Enclosed Space Entry Investigation Reports J MARISIS Fishing V L safety IMO Lessons Learned for seafarers MAIIF Contact Form MAIIF Advisories Members Menu Minutes of Meetings and Presentations

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  • Investigation Reports
    Related Sites Enclosed Space Entry Investigation Reports J MARISIS Fishing V L safety IMO Lessons Learned for seafarers MAIIF Contact Form MAIIF Advisories Members Menu Minutes of Meetings and Presentations Login Form User Name Password Remember Me Forgot your password Forgot your username To access national accident investigation reports click on the appropriate Country Antigua Barbuda Australia Bahamas Brazil Canada China Cyprus Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Hong Kong Hungary

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  • J-MARISIS
    the chance to come up with a comprehensive safety risk assessment of the areas in which they trade by providing detailed historic casualty information for free It marks the first attempt to use casualty data and accident investigation reports online in a way that will help shipping companies get an overview of the safety risks they face The Japan Marine Accident Risk and Safety Information System J MARISIS has been operational locally in Japan since 2013 but has recently gone global offering casualty data sourced from seven major countries and information in English Users can select a region of the globe through Google maps and historic information on all casualties in that region along with an explanation of the casualty and any related navigational recommendations specific to trading in that area In some instances a full accident report is provided via a web link Casualty information and accident investigation reports have been provided to the Japanese website by Australia the US UK France Holland New Zealand and Canada which have provided more than 460 reports dating back to 1990 However Japan has also provided casualty data from its own historic records around the globe covering more than 15 000 separate

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