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Marine Transportation in the Philippines: The Maritime Accidents and their Causes
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 Title & Authors
Marine Transportation in the Philippines: The Maritime Accidents and their Causes
Dimailig, Orlando S.; Jeong, Jae-Yong; Kim, Chol-Seung;
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 Abstract
This paper details the maritime accidents that occurred in the Philippines from 1972 to 2010. Firstly, it describes the general maritime situation in the country. It was followed by the traffic and safety infrastructure and the prevailing weather in the archipelago. The third section deals with the accidents' statistics and their geographical locations which is further sub-divided into three regions. It is grouped according to 10-year period. This paper describes the actual maritime situations, the pertinent national regulations, the inter-agencies policies and their safety regimes. It illustrates the shipping environment in the country including the maritime aids and infrastructure and the on human element factors.
 Keywords
Maritime Transportation;maritime accidents;maritime agencies;capsized;ships groundings;collisions;human element;STCW 78 Code;VTMS;Nautical Highwa;
 Language
English
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