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Säkerhetsorganisationen på svenska traditionsfartyg

Safety management on Swedish traditional ships

Jesper Eriksson ; Oskar Öberg
Göteborg : Chalmers tekniska högskola, 2013. 36 s.
[Examensarbete på grundnivå]

This report is a study of Swedish traditional ships and their safety organization. The focus is on how the non-profit organizations that operate the traditional ships can adapt to current regulations in the best way. Initially a background on traditional ships, their organization and regulations that regulates them will be presented. The study is focused on which parts that can be more important in the safety organizations for traditional ships. The questions also includes if a non-profit organization might affect the safety and how the role as designated person should be handled in these organizations. Furthermore the study addresses how a non-profit organization that operates traditional ships might improve their safety organization. The information is gathered by interviews with persons that work with safety, controls safety organizations or is active in organizations that operate traditional ships. The answers from the interviews are the foundation for the results of the study. The conclusion of the study is that the most important part of a safety organization on a traditional ship is the handling and prevention of emergencies. This part is also the most important part when it comes to improvement of the safety organization. The handling and prevention of emergencies can be considered to be the core of the safety organization, if this is in place the rest of the safety organization can be built around it. In terms of non-profit organizations the results show that they do not need to affect the safety. The dedication of the members in these organizations often contributes to a good safety culture.

Nyckelord: Traditionsfartyg, säkerhetsorganisation, ISM-koden, säkerhetsansvarig, säkerhetshanteringssystem



Publikationen registrerades 2014-03-04. Den ändrades senast 2014-03-04

CPL ID: 194366

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