Tuesday, 24 July 2018

The tragic episode recalls the port risk factor so present in this profession

The tragic episode recalls the port risk factor so present in this profession. This year is already the second fatality


Severe accident in the port complex of Vitoria do Espirito Santo in Portocel in the bar of the stream Port of Aracruz has tragic end for 3 families of the Estiva of EspĂ­rito Santo.


The stevedores scaled on the ship Septiba bay for the discharge of eucalyptus from the port of Rio Grande docked in the Cradle 102 around 12; 25 as they entered the basement 1 of the ship when arriving at the basement floor one of the dockers to pick up the equipment felt a strong odor. fell and fell. and came to fainting with a toxic gas the other three stevedores went to meet his friend to help him fainting after. The rest of the suit to see the situation ran after rescue, behind oxygen mask and tube for the rescue that of beginning was provided by the crew soon was attended by the equipment of the Portocel, the firemen arrived at the place count made the resgante following the protocols, the four stevedores sending them to the hospital.


The ship was evacuated and the Activities of Portocel are paralyzed after an accident in the basement.
Unfortunately three died and the fourth remains hospitalized in serious condition in the Hospital
The causes of the accident are being investigated by the terminal's health and safety team, fire brigade and area-related technicians.
My sincere condolences to the TPA family
Adenilson S de carvalho
Clovis Lira da Silva
Luiz Carlos Milagres




SEPETIBA BAY
Bulk Carrier Bulk Carrier
 IMO: 9496343
MMSI: 636016208
Indicative: D5FA2
Flag: Liberia [LR]
AIS Type of ship: Cargo
Year of construction: 2012
The tragic episode recalls the port risk factor so prevalent in this profession. This year already and the second fatality four dockers and a paramedic died on board the ship SUMIEI anchored in the port of Banjarmasin, south of Kalimantan, Indonesia on Saturday night, February 24 in the discharge of palmito victims of toxic gasses.
Posted by karen at 7:45 PM
Labels: Accident, Port of victory
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