LEGISLATING FOR SAFETY
The processes carried out at marine terminals, and the nature of some of the cargoes carried across the oceans of the world in ships, could in the event of accident cause loss of life and damage to property or the environment of catastrophic proportions. New methods must be evoloved for the identification and assessment of risk if such risk is to be eliminated. New methods of control must be developed which must be more flexible than those identified with restrictive legislation and more suited for dealing with developing situations. The general approach to these problems as they are dealt with the United Kingdom is discussed in this paper. It is hoped that the paper may contribute in some way to their solution.
- Proceedings of the Second West European Conference on Marine Technology, held may, 1977, London Cost is 28 pounds, to be paid by International Money Order.
Royal Institution of Naval Architects, England10 Upper Belgrave Street
London SW1X 8BQ, England
- Robinson, D M
- Publication Date: 1977
- TRT Terms: Fatalities; Hazardous materials; Legislation; Liquefied natural gas; Loss and damage; Marine safety; Maritime crashes; Regulations; Risk analysis; Safety; Tankers; Terminal operations; Transportation
- Old TRIS Terms: Damage control; Hazardous materials transportation; Lng safety; Ship casualties; Tanker safety
- Subject Areas: Law; Safety and Human Factors; Transportation (General);
- Accession Number: 00173275
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: Royal Institution of Naval Architects, England
- Report/Paper Numbers: Proceeding
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Apr 26 1978 12:00AM