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    Posted: 23 Oct 16 at 3:25pm
This is the second in our three-part series of articles, looking at how to prepare for and deal with man overboard situations.


Man Overboard 


Losing a member of crew overboard is a terrifying scenario for every skipper. To help ensure a successful outcome and the safe recovery of a casualty, plans and procedures should be in place.
Personal equipment to enable the crew member to remain afloat, equipment to help you make contact with the man over board (MOB), and a means of recovering the person from the water safely and quickly should all be considered, and the crew should be familiar with using them.
Most importantly, practice your MOB procedures - and then practice them again with someone else in control!

How to Make Contact with your Crew Member in the Water

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http://safetyatseauk.blogspot.co.uk/2016/08/man-overboard-part-2.html

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With Thanks
Frank Woodford MBE
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