Search results “Safety life at sea” for the 2013
Conrad -  Safety of Life at Sea
Naples, March 2011//November 2012 song about love, no love, sea. NO bullshit. written, recorded and mixed by Conrad. mastered by Filippo Strang. artwork by Manuele Altieri http://www.miacameretta.com http://fallodischi.blogspot.it http://soundbutcheryonlinemastering.com/ out for fallodischi (tp30-015) and miacameretta records (miacam-015) on tape. free download here: http://www.mediafire.com?ds311ll8ht6te68
Views: 1094 sbonlinemastering
Keeping Ships Safe At Sea
Keeping Ships Safe At Sea Trinity House © 2013
Views: 1311 Trinity House
Learning Life Jacket Safety at the Sea Explorers Marine Camp
By Video Journalist Stephanie Stern Campers at the Sea Explorers Marine Camp get life jacket safety tips. Featured Interviews: Tracy Marcus, Camp Director, Sea Explorers Marine Camp; Don Patafio and Bob Steel, Volunteers, U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary For more information visit: www.CCESuffolk.org/Sea-Explorers-Marine-Camp Get DVD of this story - for Personal Use - at http://www.MyLITV.com/DVD
Views: 4427 MyLITV
Avmar Limited - Life Buoy Release System - Marine Safety Equipment
Life Buoy Release System - http://avmar.co.uk/?portfolio=lifebuoy-system-mk-ii Marine Safety Equipment - The difference between life and death when someone goes overboard from a ship or vessel can be the time it takes to launch a lifebuoy to the person in the sea. Most lifebuoys are installed in a holder on the bridge wing or a similarly remote location, to which access may take time. The Hammar lifebuoy system is a complete, easy-to-fit package for the rapid launch of lifebuoys onboard a ship. After activation, stainless steel lever is removed by a strong spring in order to ensure the safe, rapid deployment of the system. For a shipyard, the system offers easy installation and trouble-free sourcing, as all parts are delivered in a complete package. The system is cost-effective, not only because it saves time but, more importantly, it may even save lives. ------------------------------- Avmar Limited is one of the United Kingdom's leading distributors of Marine Safety and Survival Equipment. Avmar was established in 1990 and is based in Ipswich, Suffolk. During the past 21 years we have built up strong working relationships with Marine Safety companies and Liferaft Service Stations throughout the world. http://www.avmar.co.uk/
Views: 4376 Avmar Marine
Marine & Offshore Workplace Safety
Due to the unique dangers presented by the marine and offshore industry, Brady offers a suite of products aimed at reducing the safety risks within the industry. Brady's marine products seek to meet or exceed SOLAS (Safety Of Life At Sea) regulations covered by the IMO (International Maritime Organisation). Whether you work on a Cargo Ship, Drill Ship, FPSO, Fixed Platform, Semi Submersible or Jack Up Rig, Brady has a safety solution for you. For more information, please contact us at (65) 6477 7261 or [email protected] Alternatively, visit us at www.bradyid.com.sg.
Views: 2373 BradycorpSouthAsia
Mariners around the world rely on Inmarsat for safety at sea
Inmarsat charts the 100 year international history of safety at sea and explains why mariners have trusted their lives to FleetBroadband, its next generation satellite safety services, for more than 30 years.
Views: 2140 Inmarsat
BlueNaute™ is an Attitude and Heading Reference System which offers service that is totally adapted to the needs of maritime navigation, in conformity with the obligations of the International Maritime Organization and the SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) treaty. BlueNaute™ relies on the technology of the Hemispherical Resonator Gyroscope, or HRG. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ BlueNaute™ est une Référence Inertielle de Cap et d'Attitudes offrant un service totalement adapté aux besoins de la navigation maritime civile, conformément aux obligations de l'Organisation Maritime Internationale et du traité SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea). BlueNaute™ fait appel à la technologie du Gyroscope Résonnant Hémisphérique, ou GRH.
Safety at Sea seminars for kids and adults at Mariners' Museum
The Mariners' Museum, Landfall Navigation & Storm Trysail Foundation were pleased to present the Safety at Sea Seminar NEWPORT NEWS - No matter the season, it's important to be safe on water. The Mariners' Museum, Landfall Navigation and Storm TrySail Foundation are hosted a boating safety seminar. The adult program was held on Sat., Feb 23, 2013 and the junior program for sailors 12 and was held on Sun., Feb 24, 2013. Leading the seminars was Capt. Henry Marx, owner and president of Landfall Navigation. He's sailed and raced for more than 40 years on both coasts, the southern coast of Norway and the Caribbean. Topics included: Big Boat coastal Navigation, Storm Preparation, Man-Over-Board, Dinghy Safety, Knowing your Equipment, View from the other end of the Tow Line, and Life Raft Demonstrations.
Views: 143 Landfall Navigation
Ship inspections help protect life, property and the environment.
One of the ways the Australian Maritime Safety Authority ensures safety of life, property and the protection of our sensitive environment is through Port State Control (PSC). Specialist marine surveyors are employed by AMSA at ports all around Australia and it is their job to ensure that ships visiting our ports comply with Australian standards. AMSA performed over 3100 of these PSC inspections last year in ports all around the country. Join Naweed Omar, a freemantle based surveyor, as he conducts a typical inspection on a bulk carrier.
Independence of the Seas: 2012 Transatlantic Lifeboat Testing
On Tuesday December 4th 2012 the Independence of the Seas arrived in Nassau Bahamas following her transatlantic voyage from Southampton England. Following SOLAS regulations all of the ships starboard lifeboats were lowered and fully tested to ensure they are fully functional. During this test session all of the ships emergency alarms are sounded and the crew must man their emergency stations. Itinerary: --Video - Port Time-Lapse: http://youtu.be/q3hlrZZqMyo --Photos - All: http://picasaweb.google.com/DMPicone --Video - Captain Announcements: http://youtu.be/0DBjx2pEfoo Nov. 22: Southampton, England --Video - Day 1: http://youtu.be/3AGap9cUUFU --Video - Olympus Rocks Parade: http://youtu.be/FRoWryd0PgQ --Photos - Day 1: https://plus.google.com/photos/115365916503583655211/albums/5821664932475883569 Nov. 23: At Sea --Video - Day 2: http://youtu.be/9D-kIAchHC0 --Photos - Day 2: https://plus.google.com/photos/115365916503583655211/albums/5821667626578693537 Nov. 24: At Sea --Video - Day 3 - Morning Inside: http://youtu.be/3VVYBHi8cA8 --Video - Day 3 - Afternoon Outside: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PW9MujvL_Qg --Photos - Day 3: https://plus.google.com/photos/115365916503583655211/albums/5821668686259914721 Nov. 25: Lisbon, Portugal --Video - Day 4 - Arrival: http://youtu.be/MGgtyIAJfVQ --Video - Day 4 - Departure: http://youtu.be/3rTIg-9KG7s --Photos - Day 4: https://plus.google.com/photos/115365916503583655211/albums/5821673936503657505 Nov. 26: At Sea --Video - Day 5: http://youtu.be/g7ve9ibo0wY --Photos - Day 5: https://plus.google.com/photos/115365916503583655211/albums/5821677691029769889 Nov. 27: Ponta Delgada, Azures --Video - Day 6 - Arrival: http://youtu.be/h75r7KHK84Q --Video - Day 6 - Island & Departure: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RIeUKowQ1IM --Photos - Day 6: https://plus.google.com/photos/115365916503583655211/albums/5821679824450676145 Nov. 28: At Sea --Video - Day 7: http://youtu.be/IPbX5Qcf_Gs --Video - Chef's Bake-A-Cake Challenge: http://youtu.be/gZ6Wiux3Unc --Video - Fourth Annual Interdepartmental Tug-O-War: http://youtu.be/DuzM0CZk4Kg --Photos - Day 7: https://plus.google.com/photos/115365916503583655211/albums/5821692780819413569 Nov. 29: At Sea --Video - Day 8: http://youtu.be/L5I9C1QqszU --Photos - Day 8: https://plus.google.com/photos/115365916503583655211/albums/5821699222138324897 Nov. 30: At Sea --Video - Day 9: http://youtu.be/hveWxvi5zLY --Video - Rock Britannia Party: http://youtu.be/s5MdBVedwbA --Photos - Day 9: https://plus.google.com/photos/115365916503583655211/albums/5821703920974103185 Dec. 1: At Sea --Video - Day 10: http://youtu.be/lOx-7pUwXxU --Video - Mad Hatter's Ball Parade: http://youtu.be/UMewt7BiMaI --Photos - Day 10: https://plus.google.com/photos/115365916503583655211/albums/5821707875088209745 Dec. 2: At Sea --Video - Day 11: http://youtu.be/h1L85nhtOtI --Photos - Day 11: https://plus.google.com/photos/115365916503583655211/albums/5821710315268879569 Dec. 3: At Sea --Video - Day 12: http://youtu.be/Kzn50lS01Qw --Photos - Day 12: https://plus.google.com/photos/115365916503583655211/albums/5821713254987065105 Dec. 4: Nassau, Bahamas --Video - Day 13: http://youtu.be/f_gcBTBFhx4 --Video - Lifeboat Testing: http://youtu.be/Cx7H84YDEIM --Video - Carnival Miracle Arrival: http://youtu.be/3Q_zDZo_-AU --Photos - Day 13: https://plus.google.com/photos/115365916503583655211/albums/5821714642880577729 Dec. 5: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida --Video - Day 14: http://youtu.be/2mmtsDlZryc --Photos - Day 14: https://plus.google.com/photos/115365916503583655211/albums/5821722624663276177
Views: 89518 Derek Picone
Safety on the beach - RNLI
In this video the RNLI look at how the weather affects their work and how to stay safe on the beaches this summer. See more details on the RNLIs top tips for staying safe on the beach at http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/get-ready-for-summer
Views: 10015 Met Office - Weather
seamans life'at sea..
drill time and happy time.
Views: 2982 Anthony Francisco
This Wild Life - Sleepwalking (Bring Me The Horizon Cover)
This Wild Life's acoustic cover of 'Sleepwalking' by Bring Me The Horizon from the album, Clouded (Atmosphere Edition) - available now on Epitaph Records at http://smarturl.it/twlclouded See This Wild Life and William Ryan Key on their 2019 Europe Co-Headline Tour - visit http://thiswildlifeband.com for tickets and VIP upgrades! Visit http://store.thiswildlifeband.com for our latest merchandise! Site: http://thiswildlifeband.com Spotify: http://thiswildlifeband.com/spotify Facebook: http://facebook.com/thiswildlife Instagram: http://instagram.com/thiswildlife Twitter: http://twitter.com/thiswildlife LYRICS My secrets are burning a hole through my heart And my bones catch a fever When it cuts you up this deep It's hard to find a way to breathe Your eyes are swallowing me Mirrors start to whisper Shadows start to sing My skin's smothering me Help me find a way to breathe Time stood still The way it did before It's like I'm sleepwalking Fell into another hole again It's like I'm sleepwalking I'm at the edge of the world Where do I go from here? Do I disappear? Edge of the world Should I sink or swim? Or simply disappear? Your eyes are swallowing me Mirrors start to whisper Shadows start to sing My skin's smothering me Help me find a way to breathe Sing it! Time stood still The way it did before It's like I'm sleepwalking Fell into another hole again It's like I'm sleepwalking Wake up! Take my hand and Give me a reason to start again Wake up! Pull me out and Give me a reason to start again Time stands still (Time stands still) Time stands still (Time stands still) Your eyes are swallowing me Mirrors start to whisper Shadows start to sing My skin's smothering me Help me find a way to breathe Time stood still The way it did before It's like I'm sleepwalking Fell into another hole again It's like I'm sleepwalking (It's like I'm sleepwalking) (It's like I'm sleepwalking) (It's like I'm sleepwalking) Time stood still The way it did before It's like I'm sleepwalking #thiswildlife #epitaph #bringmethehorizon
Views: 21098878 This Wild Life
Cruise Ship Safety - Stop Smoking at Sea 4of8
Cruise Ship Safety - Stop Smoking at Sea http://www.PaulFDavis.com world cruiser has touched 70 countries w life-changing messages ([email protected]) www.NY-life-coach.com www.Facebook.com/speakers4inspiration www.Twitter.com/PaulFDavis www.Linkedin.com/in/worldproperties cruise ship safety - stop smoking at sea
Siemens tank management solution at SEA-Tank Terminal 510
http://www.siemens.com/chemicals SEA-Tank Terminal built one of the fastest and most flexible transhipment terminals: Terminal 510 in Antwerp, Belgium. Find out how Siemens as a turnkey partner for electrics and automation helped to make this project a success, to prove safety, long-term reliability and investment protection and to increase the return of investment.
Views: 5875 Siemens
How Personal Flotation Devices Save Fishermen's Lives
It's a fact that Personal Flotation Devices (PFDs) - when worn correctly - save fishermen's lives. In this short film, a fisherman from Northern Ireland tells us how he owes his life to the lifejacket (PFD) which he was wearing when his vessel foundered and sank in September 2013. In this video, we show you how to don and inflate a waistcoat-style PFD. We show you how the lifejacket inflates automatically in contact with water. And we show you how to deflate, re-arm and re-pack the lifejacket - ready for next time. The fisherman in the video was rescued by the Portaferry Inshore Lifeboat. He was wearing a PFD supplied a month previously by a Joint Initiative backed by the Fishermen's Mission, Seafish, the Department for Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD) through the European Fisheries Fund, the Northern Ireland Fish Producers' Organisation, the RNLI and Asda. This Initiative was founded to ensure that fishermen around the coast of Northern Ireland receive a free PFD and the training required to ensure its proper use. Fishing remains a dangerous occupation - and it is imperative that fishermen wear PFDs at sea to ensure their safety. This Joint Initiative was made possible with the help of: The Department for Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD) through the European Fisheries Fund; The Asda Foundation; Sea Fish Industry Authority (Seafish); The Northern Ireland Fish Producers' Organisation (NIFPO); The Fishing Industry Safety Group (FISG); The Fishermen's Mission; Mullion Survival Technology Ltd (SIOEN Industries Group); The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI). PFDs supplied by MULLION Survival Technology Ltd. (SIOEN Industries Group) Filmed and edited by George Wilkins, Panopticon Films, Hull Executive Producer for Seafish: Dr Lynn Gilmore ©Sea Fish Industry Authority 2013 http://www.seafish.org
Views: 13016 Seafish
S2S Safe to Sea
Superyacht safety video for guests and crew
Original video here:- http://www.palmamultimedia.com/superyacht-safety.html A short demo of our productions for our superyacht training and information videos. Safety at sea is of the utmost importance and a short video will help your guests and crew familiarise themselves with the procedures on board. Totally bespoke videos in multiple language formats on disc or uploaded to the system of your choice.
Views: 1181 Palma Multimedia
A matter of life or death - life jackets save lives
Two Coast Guard rescue swimmers from Coast Guard Sector San Diego spend a couple hours in the water to demonstrate the importance of wearing a life jacket and how the ocean and cold water affect them. Coast Guard video by Petty Officer 3rd Class Connie Gawrelli.
Views: 8448 U.S. Coast Guard
Life at sea - Third time on a small chemical tanker.
A little video from my third time out as a cadet on a small chemical tanker, this time the video is only from Norway. the "subtitels" on this video will be in danish. and not in english.
Views: 1192 thomas hooge
Life at Sea
Hubby'sCabin: AdinesiaVoyageToThailand...Preparing for duty! ^_^
Views: 47 wytt r'gie
Liferaft inflation tests at Ocean Safety Southampton
A very quick video we thought we would share of a recent testing of a Ocean ISO liferaft inflation on the pontoons next to our offices in Southampton.
Views: 1355 Ocean Safety
Low wage workers at Sea-Tac fight for fair wages and safety
Behind a giant banner simply reading "UNION!" poverty-wage airport workers, faith leaders and community members marched down Pacific Avenue towards Alaska Airlines Global HQ. Reverend John Helmiere of Valley and Mountain United Methodist Church, wearing the white collar of his faith, glanced over at the over-sized letter informing the airline that these workers have formed a union, and then knocked on the locked glass doors.
Views: 639 Working Washington
Jacob White, Safety Officer at Maersk Drilling
"They are a new team who haven't be together so instead of being out on a rig and having it in real life and not knowing what everybody else can do, here they are learning in a safe environment."
Views: 722 Maersk Training
Submariners - Life on a Submarine
Become a Submariner and you'll discover that it's a busy life at sea, made up of watches (work shifts), rest periods and exercise drills, with four meals in-between. Inside, you'll find a control room, cafeteria, galley, main generator room, motor room, wardroom, weapons compartment and machinery control room. It's a challenging environment where you'll work very closely with your fellow Submariners, but also where you'll form strong friendships with your colleagues.
New invention "Wearable Life Raft " The Caddy Pac LLC
Manufactured for your safety on the waters inland or out to sea, the Caddy Pac is made with your safety and survival as it's number one priority. The Caddy Pac is a wearable compact inflatable life raft created to be your own personal survival pack. The Caddy Pac fits all size people and provides a safe and reliable way to EXIT the water in case of emergency. My name is Donnie Tatum and I am the inventor of the Caddy Pac a I believe this procuct will benefit all who fear for their safety in or around water. I am seeking a buyer for my product or a licensing agreement in 2013. This product can be used on airlines, cruise ships, oil rigs, pleasure boats,recreational vehicles,dive boats,single engine planes, etc.... Please help me bring unnecessary drowning to an end.
Views: 208 Donnie tatum
Life at Aema 2012 (Anglo Eastern Maritime Academy )
Thanks to all my friends and Aema Staff for supporting me while I was making this short film during our Merchant Navy Training (GME 7) at Anglo Eastern Maritime Academy, Mumbai, India
Views: 3281 Dharma Teja K
Life At Sea on C.F.A.V. Quest
Sailing to the Gulf of Mexico, ran into some dirty weather :)
Views: 683 EastCoastGirl
Coast Guard Noosa Promoting Safety at Sea
Sea Lions crew spent a morning out on the beautiful Noosa River looking for boaties doing the right thing. This group was doing exactly that by having the children on board in life-jackets and by choosing a safe spot in the river to anchor and do some fishing. The crew rewarded them by presenting the kids with some terrific Coast Guard Banners to hang on their walls and by giving the skipper an information pack which contained information about Coast Guard Noosa, the local Noosa area and a boating magazine.
Views: 96 CoastGuardNoosa
Inflatable life raft
6 person inflatable life raft demonstration from the safety at sea seminar at new port harbor yacht club.
Views: 479 Andy Stagg
An 'elf and safety test at Weymouth Sea Life Tower - with Wessex FM!
The happy elf and the grumpy elf from Wessex FM head to Weymouth Sea Life Tower to find out what happens at their regular 'elf and safety tests!
Views: 577 James O'Neill
Safe Boarding of Vessels
Boarding and leaving a vessel at sea or anchorage can be dangerous. Not only is the actual boarding itself sometimes difficult and hazardous, but the equipment from the launch itself to the personal protective equipment (PPE) supplied may not meet required standards.
Views: 6377 mbj8955
National Geographic Supercarrier - Airport at Sea
The USS Ronald Reagan: this intimidating marine monster is the world's largest combat airport, perfectly designed for one task: to launch and retrieve legions of strike fighter jets anywhere in the world, on extremely short notice. And the 5,000 men and women onboard have to perform this task to perfection. Surrounded by roaring jet engines, explosive jet fuel, and dangerous weapons, a single mistake would spell disaster. But the crew's training prepares them for the many deadly situations that could occur on this massive vessel of war. Explore this super carrier's powerful array of offensive and defensive technology and meet the hands that run the Reagan's billions of dollars worth equipment. F/A 18 pilots like George DeGennaro prepare for launch and take to the skies and the 'G3 Division' assembles a 500 pound bomb -- by hand. From combat aircraft and weaponry to the safety drills that simulate everything from mass casualties to explosive leaks, take a full and uncensored, behind the scenes look at the American military's ultimate weapon in super carriers: USS Ronald Reagan.
Views: 29700 renaissance27
Safety @ Sea 20th Anniversary
Safety @ Sea celebrated its 20th anniversary on October 19, 2013. [email protected] is the original hands-on maritime safety training event with flare launching, fire fighting, survival suit training and damage control instruction.
Views: 328 Josh Gilliland
Are large cruise ships safe?
Safety experts are concerned over the safety of large cruise ships that have grown to unprecedented sizes. Jay Herring, a former Carnival Line senior officer and the author of "The Truth About Cruise Ships," joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" with more on their safety regulations.
Views: 58812 CBS This Morning
Miracle Rescue at Sea  Fisherman Survival After 18 hours With NO Life Jacket Found Alive
Miracle Rescue at Sea Fisherman Survival After 18 hours With NO Life Jacket Found Alive. Rescued at Sea After 18 hours Miracle Fisherman Survival NO Life Jacket Dramatic Rescue. Steve Mourmouris encounters rough weather and falls out of boat with no life vest. Many boats and choppers past by but couldn't see him in the florida ocean.
Views: 235 mamma tejada
Jersey Coastguard Safety at Sea Campaign 2013
Islanders are being reminded of the need to take precautionary measures when taking to the water as Jersey Coastguard launches its annual 'Safety at Sea' campaign in conjunction with Guernsey and Alderney Coastguards.
Views: 298 Ports of Jersey
Boaters Rescued At Sea after 18 hrs Westpac's Life Saver Rescue Helicopter video
Boaters Rescued At Sea after 18 hrs Westpac's Life Saver Rescue Helicopter video. An upturned esky has saved two men who spent more than 18 hours at sea after their boat capsized off the coast of Ballina in northern NSW. Skipper Paul Maher, who turns 26 on Sunday, must have thought all his birthday and Christmas presents had come at once when rescue crews hoisted him and 34-year-old John Lynch to safety in the early hours of Saturday. It was Lynch's first time fishing, according to police involved in the rescue. Police believe the two men, who were celebrating their last day of work for the year with a fishing expedition, ran into trouble when the boat began to take on water through a hole that had previously been repaired. Jethro Lampe, a senior rescue crewman with the Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter service, was part of the aerial team that spotted the men and hoisted them to safety. He said the large white esky meant the two men were easier to see from the air. "The esky kept them both together so we only had to search for one rather than two persons, plus it's a bigger object in the water, so easier to spot," he said. "[The men] were pretty exhausted but they seemed healthy and well, just after some water and some warmth." The men had set out from Ballina boat harbour on Friday morning and reported being about two kilometres off the Ballina breakwall when they issued a distress call just after 4pm, saying their boat was sinking. A spokeswoman at RACQ Careflight rescue, which was also involved in the search, said the men were reported missing around 5pm after their boat failed to dock at Ballina. Emergency services launched a full air and sea search for the 18ft cabin cruiser, including a search under night goggles. However, the men were forced to spend the night at sea after the search was suspended around midnight. At around 6am on Saturday morning, crewmen from the Westpac Life Saver helicopter spotted the nose of the blue and white cabin cruiser, which Lampe said was almost completely submerged nine nautical miles from the coast. The desperate men were spotted shortly after clinging to the esky, one at each end. They were wearing bright yellow lifejackets and floating some distance from their capsized boat. Both men were winched to safety and taken by helicopter to Lismore Hospital where they were treated for mild hypothermia and exposure. "The essential factor that saved their lives is that they were wearing life jackets. Plus, conditions at sea remained favourable, so they were very lucky," said senior constable Graham Hill. "They had the floating esky and they made a decision to remain together, which also meant they could give each other positive reinforcement through the night." He said the pair floated 20 nautical miles -- about 38 kilometres by land -- during the night and had tried to get back to their vessel several times but it was moving too quickly. "They could see shore lights the majority of the evening so they knew they were close to shore but when they tried to swim they realised it would have meant leaving the esky, and they decided it was better to stay with it."
Views: 754 ToThePoint
Under Sea Walking - Mauritius
The Underwater Sea Walk is one of the most unique attractions that one must experience when visiting Mauritius. It is a true once in a life time experience for all the non divers out there! Experience the ultimate sensation where time stops, worries fade away and breathing underwater becomes possible, safe and easy... Enjoy a safe and fascinating underwater walk on the ocean bed (about 3-4m depth), and witness firsthand the magnificent marine life of Mauritius, the beautiful fauna, corals, and a wide variety of fish, all in their natural habitat. Qualified experienced guides will accompany you along the course of the Underwater Sea Walk guaranteeing your maximum safety. This is a wonderful experience and a great opportunity to discover the underwater world from within, and make your fantasies come true. The Underwater Sea Walk does not require any knowledge of swimming or diving and you are not even required to remove your glasses. The excursion begins with a motorboat transfer from the center of Grand Baie to a platform situated inside the lagoon at the North of Mauritius. Upon arrival to the platform you will receive a pre departure briefing on the gear, the local marine life, on safety procedures and on the underwater walking trail. Then, with the help of the guide you will go off board the platform to start your underwater walk adventure.
Views: 7336 Yvette Sirkar
Houses in Mumbai where sea waves splash as far as into the living rooms
We visit some of the slum clusters in Mumbai which are built right on the shores and sea waves splash right up to the living rooms of these shanty dwellings. We speak to some of the residents who claim to be living here for several years despite the threat of their houses being washed away by tide. (Audio in Hindi) Watch full show: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/ndtv-special-ndtv-india/video-story/281128
Views: 1763751 NDTV
How & Where the Indian Oil Rigs stand on the sea?
Mumbai High (Bombay High) is India's most important Oil Rig. It caught fire in 2006 killing about 40 people. But they built it up again.. Bigger, Better, Safer. Called Mumbai High North (MHN), the main platform is called MNP and this sits on a 30 stories high Steel Structure made of Huge Tubes - about 13,500 Metric Tonnes in weight. The film describes how this gigantic structure is Fabricated in Oman, Transported through Sea and Installed in the Offshore seas of Mumbai by ONGC. The video is a property of our client L&T Ltd and we have developed this video. We have showcased it here only for presenting our skill set.
Views: 524752 Anthelion Technology
Who's keeping cruise passengers safe?
CNN's Drew Griffin examines why cruise ships don't have to follow strict U.S. regulations. For more CNN videos, visit our site at http://www.cnn.com/video/
Views: 2949 CNN
climbing on deck alone at 4 knots with self-rescue tether design 4 sea - from deck
Details: http://www.design4sea.com/videos#TOC-Self-rescue-at-4-knots Climbing aboard alone at 4 knots with self-rescue tether design 4 sea. Less than 2 minutes./ Remonter à bord seul à 4 noeuds avec longe auto-sauvetage design 4 sea. Moins de 2 minutes / Subir a cubierta solo a 4 nudos con gaza auto-rescate Design 4 Sea. menos de 2 minutos. Self-rescue tether: http://www.design4sea.com/safety Test boat: Academia Naútica Probanza http://www.probanza.es
Views: 5973 Design 4 Sea
Glasdon UK | product demonstration | Water Rescue Equipment
For more information on our range of water safety equipment or to buy, please visit https://uk.glasdon.com/water-safety-equipment/bypass Water Safety Products - Guardian™ Lifebuoy Housing The Guardian™ Lifebuoy Housing is easily–visible and weather resistant. Wall, rail or post mounting, it's ideal for the protection of lifebuoys and other water safety equipment. https://www.lifebuoyhousings.com/guardian-tm-lifebuoy-housing/view/bypass Glasdon Lifebuoys Glasdon Lifebuoys are low maintenance and robust, ideally suited for locating near larger bodies of water, lakes or rivers. Glasdon lifebuoys are fully compliant with Chapter III of the Life Saving Appliances code as per the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS). https://www.lifebuoyhousings.com/glasdon-lifebuoys/view/bypass B-Line™ Throwing / Rescue Buoy B-Line™ Water Rescue Throw Bag is an accurate, lightweight water rescue throwing device which is ideal for locating near lakes and rivers. https://www.lifebuoyhousings.com/b-line-tm-throwing-rescue-buoy/view/bypass Water Rescue Equipment Storage Container Tough and weather resistant, the Slimline™ Water Rescue Equipment Storage Container can be sited at the side of swimming pools, rivers and lakes. https://www.lifebuoyhousings.com/water-safety-equipment-storage-container/view/bypass Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/GlasdonUK?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on: Twitter - https://twitter.com/GlasdonUK LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/glasdon-uk-limited Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+GlasdonUKLtd Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/GlasdonUK/ Flickr - https://www.flickr.com/photos/glasdonuk Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/glasdonuk
Views: 5236 Glasdon UK Limited
Liferaft Tour for PST with Sea and Shore Safety in Ireland
liferaft pst stcw95 stcw78
Views: 144 Ben Pluck
Rough Science 24 Lost at Sea
Build a distress flare, make an emergency flotation device, and create a warning light activated by seawater.
Views: 7289 Mr Owl's Science
Tsunami and you - Living more safely with natural hazards
Geoscience Australia, in partnership with AusAID took part in the three-year natural hazard risk reduction project, Strengthening Natural Hazard Risk Assessment Capacity in Papua New Guinea from 2010-2013. As part of this project, educational materials designed to inform the people of East New Britain of the hazard posed from tsunami, earthquake & volcanic eruption were created. These education materials detailed how residents can alter their actions to make them more resilient to the effects of these hazards. This animation accompanies a trio of booklets and posters. This animation follows the experiences of three East New Britain locals during and directly after an earthquake and tsunami event. When the earthquake occurs Felix is far out at sea in a boat, transporting people between islands, Sammy is fishing at the beach and Isa is at the markets, selling goods from her garden. All three people use their knowledge of earthquake and tsunami hazard to keep the members of their community safe. Remember the warning signs of a tsunami: Shake: Strong earthquake shaking Drop: The sea may go out quickly Roar: A roaring noise will be heard when the tsunami is near For more information please contact [email protected] http://www.ga.gov.au
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Valve, Hardware, Ship building, Ship part by DH Controls / 디에이치콘트롤스
Screw Down Valve Tank and its internally installed structure placed in the blow of the vessel should be changed to screw type instead of existing cylinder type according to the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea regulated by IMO (International Maritime Organization), and this product is installed in ballast tank and it turns on/off the valve hydraulically. It turns on/off the valve automatically according to the system. 2-Way Pneumatic Valve It is installed around the engine room, and it operates valve pneumatically and controls temperature and pressure automatically. (Electric type is also available.) 3-Way Rotary Valve It is installed around the engine room, and it operates valve pneumatically and controls temperature automatically. (Electric type is also available.) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ● Company : DH Controls Co., Ltd./디에이치콘트롤스 ● Address : 35-15, Junam-ro, 327beon-gil, Daesan-myeon, Uichang-gu, Changwon-si, Gyeongsangnam-do 641-921 Korea For more information ● e-catalog:http://dhcontrols.en.ec21.com/company_info.jsp ● Inquiry: [email protected] Keywords: Hardware, Ship building, Ship part, Screw down Valve, 2-Way Pneumatic Valve, 3-Way Rotary Valve -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Rock Fisherman survives after being swept out to sea at Vaucluse
A rock fisherman was saved by a number of rescue services this morning at Diamond Bay, at the coast of Dover Heights & Vaucluse At around 9.30am, a male fisherman was swept off rocks by a large wave. His fishing partner called emergency services and full scale rescue operation was underway. Bondi Lifeguards sent out their Jetski, whilst the Westpac Life Saver Helicopter and MRU Ambulance helicopter was dispatched. Ground crews from local police, police rescue, surf life saving NSW and paramedics watched from the cliff face. The male was initially assisted by Bondi Lifeguards, prior to being winched by the Westpac Lifesaver Helicopter. Both helicopters landed in Christensen Park in Vaucluse where the fisherman was assessed by paramedics. The fisherman suffered abrasions to both legs, but otherwise was in great spirits. A life jacket which the fisherman had been wearing is the sole reason why he is alive today. Emergency services were very pleased with the outcome, and commented that all rock fisherman should follow this man's lead by ensuring they all wear life jackets. Rock fishing safety tips are available from this link http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/fisheries/recreational/saltwater/safety Stephen Leahy, from the Westpac Life Saver Helicopter said this was a great result. A recent article shows their operations and highlights the dangers of rock fishing without a life jacket. LINK: http://www.freenews.com.au/eastern-suburbs/296-rock-fisherman-drowns-after-being-swept-off-rocks-in-little-bay

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