Coast Guard Journal of Safety at Sea: Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council [Volume 58, Number 2] [open pdf - 0B]
This edition of the Coast Guard Journal of Safety at Sea, Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council is dedicated to Fishing Vessel Safety. From the "Commandant's Perspective" by Rear Admiral Paul Pluta, Assistant Commandant for Marine Safety & Environmental Protection: "I am very pleased that authors from across the nation and indeed from around the world have contributed articles for this special edition of Proceedings, and I look forward to productive collaborations with all fishermen and safety professionals to make the industry safer. The Coast Guard has had a long history of involvement in efforts to improve safety in the commercial fishing vessel industry." Among the articles featured in this edition are: "Historical Overview: 'Dying to Fish, Living to Fish'"; "The Sinking of the Carol"; "Near Miss or Collision, What Can Make the Difference"; "Understanding & Preventing Lobsterman Entanglement: A Preliminary Survey"; and "Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety, A UK Perspective."
U.S. Coast Guard: http://www.uscg.mil/
Coast Guard Journal of Safety at Sea: Proceedings of the Marine Safety Council (April-June 2001), v.58 no.2