LMM Vision Issue 15 - Q4 2023

22 LMM V I S I O N ISSUE 15 | Q4 2023 LMM VI S ION QUARTERLY EDITION ISSUE 15 – Q4 2023 ISSN: 2653-9519 A JOINT PUBLICATION OF LATSCO MARINE MANAGEMENT INC. & SAFETY4SEA © LATSCO MARINE MANAGEMENT INC. (LMM) © SAFETY4SEA LMM 4, Xenias Str, 14562, Kifisia www.latsco.com SAFETY4SEA 2, Afentouli Str, 18536, Piraeus info@safety4sea.com www.safety4sea.com DISCLAIMER / TERMS OF USE The content of this magazine is provided by LATSCO MARINE MANAGEMENT INC. (LMM) & SAFETY4SEA for information sharing and educational purposes only. While both LMM & SAFETY4SEA have taken due care and diligence to ensure that all the information and material provided herein is, to the best of their knowledge and understanding, true accurate and complete. Furthermore LMM & SAFETY4SEA make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the Information. Any reliance placed on such Information is therefore strictly at the readers own risk and no responsibility is accepted for any loss or damage howsoever arising. The reproduction or distribution of any part of this publication in part or as a whole is NOT permitted without the prior written consent of LMM & SAFETY4SEA as all intellectual property rights are fully reserved by LMM & SAFETY4SEA for their own content respectively. Furthermore LMM has no liability whatsoever with regards to the material provided by SAFETY4SEA, while SAFETY4SEA has no liability whatsoever with regards to the material provided by LMM within this publication. This disclaimer shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law. Lessons learned INCIDENT REPORT Significant Other Factors ●● Loss of situational awareness. ●● Isolated Danger (underwater rock) was marked on ENC. ●● Passage Plan from pilot-drop up to anchorage was missing information. ●● Passage Plan route was not followed. ●● ECDIS alarms acknowledged without corrective action taken. ●● Master’s orders were not challenged by other bridge team members. ●● Congested anchorage considerations. ●● Inadequate communication / coordination among the bridge team. ●● Master’s change of command took place at the last lock of Panama Canal. ●● Never deviate from the passage plan. ●● Always take positive action on activation of alarms. ●● The ‘challenge’ is a key principle of good BRM. When one member of the bridge team sees a developing situation, dangerous or otherwise, it must be communicated to the person having the con. Vessel after repairs