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  • Mariner Personal Safety (MPS) Near Miss Statistics

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    Safety Moment

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    Near Miss Database

     Currently 45,298 Near Miss Reports in the database

     Analyses completed on the Near Miss data set:  Cause of Near Miss  Vessel Type  Location of Near Miss  Category/Type of Near Miss

    – PPE Near Miss Reports – Equipment Near Miss Reports – Access Near Miss Reports – Safety Equipment Near Miss Reports

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    Definition of a Near Miss

     An unsafe or hazardous condition exists

     The unsafe condition is in proximity to an activity that is underway or about to commence

     The hazard is identified and precautions or corrective actions are taken before the condition leads to an accident

     ABS defines a near miss as an event where no contact or exchange of energy occurred and thus did not result in personal injury

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    Sample Near-misses: PPE Not Used

    1. While cleaning filters with chemicals, a crew member did not use the safety goggles as required by the PPE chart

    2. Duty Engineer found in Engine Room at his evening round in slippers

    3. A person was noticed working from a portable ladder which was unsecured without a safety harness. They were using one hand to hold on to a pipe nearby while the other hand was using a portable electric grinder. As the person was asked to come down, they weren't wearing any safety goggles while using the electric grinder

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    Cause of Near Miss

     71% of all Near Miss Incidents have the cause listed as “People”

    2%

    20%

    3%

    71%

    4%

    Near Miss Cause 

    ENVIRONMENT / WEATHER

    EQUIPMENT

    ORGANIZATION

    PEOPLE

    UNSPECIFIED/OTHER

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    Vessel Type

     Over 50% of Near Misses occurred on Container (34%) and Tanker Vessels (27%)

    5% 7%

    10%

    13%

    27%

    34%

    4%

    Near Miss: Vessel Type

    Tug

    PCC

    BULKER

    N/A/Other

    TANKER

    Container

    Smaller Categories

    “Smaller categories” include: ATB Tug/Barge, Line boat, ATB, Ship, Barge/barge deck, LNG, General cargo, and LPG

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    Location of Near Miss

     37% of all Near Misses occurred on the Deck

    “Smaller Categories” include: Medical, Electric Shop, Bathroom, smoking area, meeting/recreational, Gym/pool, bunker tank, garbage space, ballast tank general, pump room, crew cabin, ashore, storage space, gangway, laundry room, lifeboat, & workshop

    2% 3% 4%

    5%

    6%

    9%

    20%

    37%

    14%

    Near Miss Locations INTERIOR SPACE

    ACCOMMODATION OTHER

    CARGO AREA

    WHEEL HOUSE AND BRIDGE DECKS

    GALLEY

    OTHER + Unspecified

    ENGINE ROOM

    DECK

    Smaller Categories

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    Category of Near Miss (Low Detail)

     The most common types of Near Misses in the database are: Struck by/Against, Cut, Crushed, Strain/Sprain and PPE

    1173

    1481

    2938

    3271

    3455

    3481

    3783

    4871

    4887

    5132

    5320

    5522

    0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000

    SAFETY EQUIPMENT

    ELECTRICAL

    HOUSEKEEPING

    ACCESS

    OTHER

    NAVIGATION, MOORING, AND LINE

    SPILL/LEAK/RELEASE

    FIRE / FIRE HAZARD

    SLIP/TRIP/FALL

    EQUIPMENT

    PPE

    STRUCK BY / AGAINST / CUT / CRUSHED / STRAIN / SPRAIN

    Number of Near Miss Reports

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    PPE Related Near Miss Reports

     In a random sample of 200 records from PPE reports, almost 90% of PPE Near Miss Reports were because of PPE not being used

    1%

    4% 6%

    89%

    Near Miss ‐ PPE 

     PPE MISSING

     PPE CONDITION

     PPE INCORRECLTY USED

     PPE NOT USED

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    Equipment Related Near Miss Reports

     8,979 records in near miss database are attributed to “Equipment”

     This category is broken down in the chart below

    8% 10%

    10%

    11%

    17%

    21%

    23%

    Type of Near Miss Low Detail ‐ Equipment 

     SLIP/TRIP/FALL

     FIRE / FIRE HAZARD

     STRUCK BY / AGAINST / CUT / CRUSHED / STRAIN / SPRAIN

     NAVIGATION, MOORING, AND LINE

     SPILL/LEAK/RELEASE

     EQUIPMENT

    Other (All of above)

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    Access Related Near Miss Reports

     3.721 “Access” related Near Miss Reports

    0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800

    RESTRICTED ASSESS

    UNLOCKED DOOR

    SHORE LEAVE

    WORKING ALOFT WITHOUT PERMISSION

    UNAUTHORISED USE OF EQUIPMENT

    LACK OF PERMIT

    UNFENCED OPENING

    RAILING /ACCCESS

    ENCLOSED SPACE PROCEDURES NOT FOLLOWED

    PERSON IN UNSAFE AREA

    VENTILATION

    OPEN HATCH/MANHOLE

    SECURITY

    OBSTRUCTED EXIT

    OPEN DOOR

    Number of Near Miss Reports

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    Safety Equipment Related Near Miss Reports

     1173 Near Miss Reports related to “Safety Equipment”

     73% of the Safety Equipment Reports are related to Lifeboat Issues

    73%

    22%

    5%LIFEBOAT ISSUE

    SAFETY DEVICE MISSING

    SAFETY DEVICE NOT WORKING

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