Impact of the Formal Safety Assessment on Shipboard Operations

  • Damir Zec
  • Dinko Zorović
  • Duško Vranić

Abstract

The paper presents, in broad outlines, the concept of theFormal Safety Assessment, a newly proposed official methodologyfor the rule-making process in IMO. It examines possiblepotentials and drawbacks of the proposed methodology and attemptsto identify the most important long-term consequencesof its application in the international shipping and shipboardoperations.

References

Ruxton, T., Fonnal Safety Assessment of Ships, Transactions,

!marE, vol. 108, 1996, pp.287-294

Riding, F. J., Fonnal Safety Assessment (FSA) - pulling

risk into marine regulations, Transactions, !marE, vol.

, 1997, pp.185-193

Canter, P., Fonnal Safety Assessment - A Progress

Report, Seaways, 9/1997, pp.15-19

Goss, R., Cost-benefit Analysis at Sea, Seaways, 11/1997,

pp.3-7

Fonnal Safety Assessment- Interim Guidelines for the

Application of FSA to the IMO Rule-Making Process,

MSC 68/23 - MEPC. 40/16

How to Cite
1.
Zec D, Zorović D, Vranić D. Impact of the Formal Safety Assessment on Shipboard Operations. PROMET [Internet]. 1 [cited 2019Aug.23];10(3):127-30. Available from: http://traffic.fpz.hr/index.php/PROMTT/article/view/757
Section
Older issues