Lessons Learnt: Eye Injury to Fitter
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In this video
While a Tanker was lying at a port anchorage waiting to berth, an Engine Room Fitter was instructed to fabricate a steel locking pin. Even though the Fitter was wearing PPE, including a full face visor, the Fitter suffered a severe eye injury. Watch the video and ask yourself whether this could happen on your ship...Should you like to know more or have any questions we encourage you to get in touch with our Loss Prevention team who will be pleased to assist you.
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