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Navigation Risk Assessment - Navigation within 2.0nm of Corbiere Light House, Jersey


Year: 2015
Language: english
Author: Ports of Jersey
Publisher: Ports of Jersey
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 20
Description: The purposes of this assessment is take a broad look at the navigational hazards within a 2.0 nautical mile radius of Corbiere whilst focusing specifically on the continuation of a provision of a Fog Signal at this station.
This document provides the underpinning narrative to the Port Marine Safety Code navigational risk assessment and is put together in accordance with industry best practice.
The list of common hazard have been drawn from MGN 458 ‘Accident Reporting and Investigation’ which also provides the structure for operational safety perspective definitions used to score the risk (annex 2.0).
In line with the Ports of Jersey Limited (PoJL) corporate risk policy the risks are scored using the PoJL standard likelihoods and severity definitions, for this assessment the operational safety perspective is used.
To assist with a consistent approach with the qualitative assessment of the hazards a standard set of criteria are considered, these are derived from the General Light House Authorities Assessment of Navigational Relevance and Significance criteria (annex 1)
When considering the appropriateness of any Aids to Navigation the principles of the IMO’s E Navigation Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) have been applied.
When quantifying the risk the inherent risk is scored based on the most credible worst case scenario with no control measure in place and the current risk scored on the mostly likely scenario with full control measures in place.
The objective of this assessment is to reduce the current risk to as low as reasonable practicable prioritising
1. The safety of life at sea
2. Safe passage of shipping
3. The protection of the marine environment
4. The maintenance of trade
The review was conducted by a Navigational Advisor Panel (NAP) chaired by the Harbour Master and supported by the Pilotage and Enforcement Manager (Pilot), Marine Operation Manager (Pilot), SMS and Training Manager (Pilot) and the Deputy Marine Operation Manager (AHM).

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