Incident Information on Steel Coils Causing Damage to Tank Top

A Bulk Carrier was contracted to carry an occasional cargo of steel coils between two ports. When the vessel some time later discharged the cargo, it was noted that tank top plate had been indented. Internal inspection in the double bottom, below the cargo holds, revealed that longitudinals and floors had also been damaged.

2013.09.27 - Incident Information on Steel Coils Causing Damage to Tank Top Figure 1

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Steel Cargo Handling Safety

Stevedore Injury During Cargo Operations – Investigation Report

On 20 February 2006, a team of Stevedores was engaged in the discharge of steel products from the starboard side of No. 2 hatch of a Cargo Ship which was starboard side to at Jellicoe wharf in Auckland. The team consisted of a Foreman Supervisor and three Stevedores within the ships hold, a Hatchman on deck and a driver operating the ship’s crane.

2013.05.13 - Stevedore Injury During Cargo Operations Figure 1

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