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Publications & Reports

Publication InformationRelease DateFile Type

SFIN 11 - Freeing ports

Dave Dewick

Seafish Information Note 11. An amendment to the standards in relation to freeing ports.

January 2014Download PDF

Construction Standards for fishing vessels 15m length overall to 24m registered length - Introduction

Seafish Marine Services

The following Standards relate to the construction of steel mono-hull fishing vessels and include requirements for superstructure and machinery installations. Items other than those mentioned above are covered by the new CODE OF SAFE WORKING PRACTICE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION AND USE OF 15 METRE LENGTH OVERALL TO LESS THAN 24 METRE REGISTERED LENGTH FISHING VESSELS produced by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA). Recommendations for outfit are included in Parts 8 to 10 of these Standards.

October 2012Download PDF

The Sea Fish Industry Authority - Annual Report and Accounts 2008/09

Sea Fish Industry Authority

The Annual Report provides a detailed Management Commentary and financial review of the activities undertaken by Seafish during 2008/2009 and information on future developments.

January 2010Download PDF

Small Vessel Risk Assessment

Seafish Marine Services

This risk assessment is intended to help identify risks that have the potential to cause harm to any crewmembers onboard the vessel. You are required to protect people as far as ‘reasonably practicable’. A risk assessment is simply a careful examination of what, in the workplace, could cause harm to people, so that you can determine whether you have taken enough precautions or should do more to prevent harm.

May 2007Download PDF

Small Vessel Safety Guidance Booklet (for vessels under 15m overall length)

Seafish Marine Services

This booklet contains a list of questions that the owner/operator of a vessel should consider in order to assess the safety of the fishing operation and therefore demonstrate a responsible approach. The questions are provided for guidance only and as such they may not cover every issue relating to a particular vessel. When assessing safety, all concerns and hazards that may exist on the vessel should be considered.

May 2007Download PDF