Online Accident Reporting System for High-Speed Vessels

January 2002
Logistics & Transport Focus;Jan/Feb2002, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p10
Trade Publication
The regular analysis of accidents is essential if both regulators and industry are to be alerted to trends affecting the safety of high-speed vessels. The accuracy and worth of such analyses are dependent on the regular and informative reporting of accidents. In relation to this, the Royal Institute of Naval Architects has introduced an online HSV Accident Reporting System by which members of the Institution and others involved with the high-speed vessel industry, can report accidents to the Institution through the use of online HSV Accident Report form. Reports may be made on all forms of unconventional and high-speed craft.


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