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Ship safety course aims to save lives

Friday 7 September 2018 | Published in Environment

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Ship safety course aims to save lives
At the Pacific Community domestic ship safety training workshop yesterday were: (from left), Transport ministry compliance manager Rei Enoka, Sergeant Marah Tairi and Andrew Ngaiaere of the Cook Island Police Service maritime division, Maritime Affairs staff member Elenoa Rokodi, fisheries officer Saiasi Sarau, workshop manager Fonga Taio, Savenaca Virivirisai of Cook Island Towage, Omirete Tabureka of Maritime Affairs GEM division, Maritime Cook Islands' Brendan Smith and MMR Penrhyn fisheries officer Taimana Matara. Seated (from left) are maritime technical manager, Ministry of Transport Saungaki Rasmussen, Maritime Cook Islands fleet manager Stacey Mischeski and harbour master John Jessie. 180906025

One man was down and being resuscitated when the captain of the Layar Mas 291 made the “abandon ship” call, due to an out-of-control fire in two containers.

One man was down and being resuscitated when the captain of the Layar Mas 291 made the “abandon ship” call, due to an out-of-control fire in two containers.


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