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The Republic of the Marshall Islands has released an accident report into the fatal injury of an oil tanker electrician, who was electrocuted onboard the vessel STI WINNIE.
On 2 May, 2019, the oil tanker STI WINNIE, owned by Scorpio Marine Management, was sailing in the Arabian Gulf with a final destination the Ras Laffan, Qatar. While the electrician of the vessel was trying to maintain the inert gas (IG) scrubber pump starter panel, he was exposed to high volumes of electrical energy and lost his life.
The AIBN (Accident Investigation Board of Norway) has published its accident report following the engine failure on the Norwegian cruise ship Viking Sky during a storm in the Norwegian sea, which resulted in the vessel drifting in rough waters just 100 meters of land.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has published a Marine Safety Recommendation Report following its findings on the fatal accident on the DUKW Amphibious Vessel, Stretch Duck 7. This follows a preliminary report that has already been published and circulated, calling the USCG to require sufficient buoyancy for DUKW amphibious passenger vessels and to require the removal of canopies, side curtains and their associated framing while underway for those without sufficient reserve buoyancy.