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A Study on Policy Measures to Enhance the Safety of Fishing Industry
Report No. 2015-03 Research Manager Seon Hee, Eom
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Research Member : Jung Sam, Lee / Ji Eun, Lee


Summary


○ As for the current status of fishing boat accidents, the number of accidents took place during 2011~2014 stands at 426. Based on the type of fishing, the great proportion of accidents took place in coastal complex fishery, followed by offshore stow-nets fishery, coastal gill net fishery, offshore angling fishery and offshore longline fishery.

- The most common cause of fishing boat accidents is operator negligence, followed by lack of vigilance, mishandling & equipment failure. The most common type of accidents is found to be collision. The next highest contributor is fire, followed by death, stranding and capsizing. The highest number of accidents took place in the South Sea, followed by the West Sea, East Sea and foreign oceans.

○ According to the fishermen survey and field investigation, risk factors vary depending on the type of fishing. However, a common response was that fish catching has a high risk of tripping or falling. Also, fishing operations such as netting, departing a vessel and the preparation of departure commonly show a high risk of accidents, which requires proper measures.

○ According to a survey on the safety of fishing operation, the number of fishermen who think the fishing industry is more dangerous than the other industry is less than expected. Also, those who are aware of fishing related policy such as safety regulation turns out less than the majority.

- However, more than the majority of the fishermen who surveyed were willing to follow safety related regulations. At the same time, they agreed on the need for the safety management policy of fishing industry. Consequently, safety management policies which encourage the participation of fishermen will be effective.

○ Having started a joint discussion on enhancing the safety of fishing industry, international maritime and fisheries related organizations such as IMO and FAO are expected to establish international regulations on the safety of fishing industry in the near future.

○ Lastly, the study presented policy directions (basic directions), strategies and policy tasks to increase the safety of fishing industry.

- The basic direction of safety management policy is to establish a comprehensive safety management system for fishing industry. Strategies for this policy are as follows; establishing the foundation for qualitative assessment of safety management, building a safety management system by fishing type, strengthening the R&D and supply businesses, and establishing and improving a support system for safety management policy.

- Also, the following tasks were suggested for policy strategies; developing safety and safety management indicators, conducting safety compliance survey to fishermen, establishing safety management system by fishing type and fishing operation, improving inspection certification system for fishing vessels and fishing gear, practical training for fishermen and their families and conducting it on a regular basis, expanding the development and distribution of safety technology and equipment, status survey on the safety of fishing industry, establishing a basic plan on the safety management of fishing industry, building safety related database and big data systems, restructuring and improving the legal governance, introducing a system of safety supervisor, restructuring the damage compensation system and expanding the integration of safety management system for fisheries industry. 



Research Project Report 상세보기
A Study on Policy Measures to Enhance the Safety of Fishing Industry
Report No. 2015-03 Research Manager Seon Hee, Eom
File

Research Member : Jung Sam, Lee / Ji Eun, Lee


Summary


○ As for the current status of fishing boat accidents, the number of accidents took place during 2011~2014 stands at 426. Based on the type of fishing, the great proportion of accidents took place in coastal complex fishery, followed by offshore stow-nets fishery, coastal gill net fishery, offshore angling fishery and offshore longline fishery.

- The most common cause of fishing boat accidents is operator negligence, followed by lack of vigilance, mishandling & equipment failure. The most common type of accidents is found to be collision. The next highest contributor is fire, followed by death, stranding and capsizing. The highest number of accidents took place in the South Sea, followed by the West Sea, East Sea and foreign oceans.

○ According to the fishermen survey and field investigation, risk factors vary depending on the type of fishing. However, a common response was that fish catching has a high risk of tripping or falling. Also, fishing operations such as netting, departing a vessel and the preparation of departure commonly show a high risk of accidents, which requires proper measures.

○ According to a survey on the safety of fishing operation, the number of fishermen who think the fishing industry is more dangerous than the other industry is less than expected. Also, those who are aware of fishing related policy such as safety regulation turns out less than the majority.

- However, more than the majority of the fishermen who surveyed were willing to follow safety related regulations. At the same time, they agreed on the need for the safety management policy of fishing industry. Consequently, safety management policies which encourage the participation of fishermen will be effective.

○ Having started a joint discussion on enhancing the safety of fishing industry, international maritime and fisheries related organizations such as IMO and FAO are expected to establish international regulations on the safety of fishing industry in the near future.

○ Lastly, the study presented policy directions (basic directions), strategies and policy tasks to increase the safety of fishing industry.

- The basic direction of safety management policy is to establish a comprehensive safety management system for fishing industry. Strategies for this policy are as follows; establishing the foundation for qualitative assessment of safety management, building a safety management system by fishing type, strengthening the R&D and supply businesses, and establishing and improving a support system for safety management policy.

- Also, the following tasks were suggested for policy strategies; developing safety and safety management indicators, conducting safety compliance survey to fishermen, establishing safety management system by fishing type and fishing operation, improving inspection certification system for fishing vessels and fishing gear, practical training for fishermen and their families and conducting it on a regular basis, expanding the development and distribution of safety technology and equipment, status survey on the safety of fishing industry, establishing a basic plan on the safety management of fishing industry, building safety related database and big data systems, restructuring and improving the legal governance, introducing a system of safety supervisor, restructuring the damage compensation system and expanding the integration of safety management system for fisheries industry. 



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