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  • Methodological approach for safety assessment of cruise ship in port
    Vidmar, Peter, 1977- ; Perkovič, Marko
    Cruise ships arriving in ports carry approximately 1000%3000 passengers and crewmembers. Such a concentration of people presents a high degree of risk in the event of a major disaster. To avoid the ... possibility of hazard events, the safety assessment is a mandatory document for every cruise ship. One of the methodologies for the systematic assessment of risk is a Formal Safety Assessment, a tool to determine and evaluate the risk of potential hazards. Deviations from predicted events could occur underway as well as at a port. Passenger terminals located in close proximity to other cargo terminals are additionally influenced by risks that are not manageable by the cruise ship safety management system. Possible accidents on cargo terminals, oil spills or fires could influence the safety of other ships and environment. A general approach is presented and discussed with particular focus on the specifics of the particular port, where the passenger terminal is close to other cargo terminals. The paper discusses the diverse aspects of safety analysis and methods for evaluation of individual and social risk.
    Vir: Safety science. - ISSN 0925-7535 (Vol. 80, Dec. 2015, str. 189-200)
    Vrsta gradiva - članek, sestavni del
    Leto - 2015
    Jezik - angleški
    COBISS.SI-ID - 2597731
vir: Safety science. - ISSN 0925-7535 (Vol. 80, Dec. 2015, str. 189-200)
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