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MOL six-week safety campaign to test full range of ship in company fleet
MOL six-week safety campaign to test full range of ship in company fleet


JAPAN's Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) has commenced a six-week safety campaign that runs until the end of May and targets all types of vessels it operates within its fleet, including containerships, dry bulkers, tankers, LNG carriers and car carriers.
Friday, 20.Apr.2012, 20:32 (GMT)

JAPAN's Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) has commenced a six-week safety campaign that runs until the end of May and targets all types of vessels it operates within its fleet, including containerships, dry bulkers, tankers, LNG carriers and car carriers.

During the safety programme president Muto, company executives, and other personnel will visit vessels to exchange information and opinions with on-board employees.

The safety campaign is intended to achieve the goal of "Four Zeroes". The objects are to "never allow (1) serious marine accidents, (2) oil pollution, (3) fatal accidents, or (4) serious cargo damage", a company statement said.

These goals are set out in the transportation company's midterm management plan "GEAR UP! MOL," which began in April 2010.

Proposals and ideas gained through discussions with seafarers will be shared throughout the group, in a bid to further enhance a safe operational structure.

Particular focus will be paid to recent cases of collisions and grounding accidents, work-related injuries, and engine trouble disabling a vessel.


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