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16 December 2017 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 19:54 GMT+1



November 15, 2017

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In the 2016 3,145 marine incidents have happened

In period 2011-2016 the lefts have been altogether 16,539, of which 12,663 in waters of the EU

Last year 3,145 marine incidents, events have happened altogether that have caused to the dead women of 106 people and wounding of others 957. The last annual report of the European Agency for Marine Safety (EMSA announces) on the marine lefts and incidents. In the 2016 the loss of 26 ships has happened and in the incidents happened in the course of the year 3,505 ships are involved.

In period 2011-2016 16,539 lefts have happened altogether, of which very 12,663 in territorial waters and internal of the States of the European Union, with the involvement of 18.655 ships and the loss of 253 ships. In these incidents 600 people have died and others 5,607 have quickly hurt.

The precise relationship that halves of the lefts happened in this quinquennium are connected to dealt navigation being itself of contacts, strands and silting ups or collisions, while relatively to the incidents on the job, 40% of these are attributed to the skiddings, the inciampamenti and the falls of the people. Errors humans have caused 60% of the incidents and - specific the relationship - the edge operations have contributed to 71% of the incidents. In the quinquennium the organs you invested of the Member States of the European Union they have carried out 869 investigations on the marine incidents and are published 695 report.




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