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Confirming and Preserving the Scene of the Stevedores Accident
The confirmation of the conditions on the scene of the accident shall be carried out as soon as possible by completing the “Statement of Facts“, and every effort made to preserve the scene until a P&I representative arrives.
Though confirmation of the conditions on the scene shall preferably be made with a responsible stevedoring witness, the vessel shall take all initial steps to secure as much information as possible.
• Matters to be investigated (Take photographs as far as possible!!)
• Details of the activities at the time of the accident.
• Positioning of workers, Details of the Work in Progress and Position of any
Equipment that influenced the accident
• The Name, Age, and Address of the Eyewitness.
• If no eyewitness, the Position, Name, Age, and Address of workers who had been working near the scene
• Conditions of Cargo handling equipment and any other gear related to the accident.
• Any slippery substances like Oil (including grease), Water, etc. on the deck and others if it has influenced the accident.
• Arrangement and conditions of the Lighting near the scene.
• The Name, Age, Where and When injured, and the extent of the injury.
• Any other item which may have had an influence on the accident.
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Confirmation Statement Of Stevedores Accident
Recording And Reporting Of Stevedores Accident
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