Marine Safety Service

Marine Safety Service Inter-Agency Training Academy and Response teams. Training and deployed by SAR, USCG, U.S. military, Fire, EMS and Police teams from around the country.

Marine Safety Service began as a maritime es**rt and training unit for NYC Parks sponsored events in New York Harbor. After 9/11 it became the training division for the Search & Rescue Foundation deploying training and response teams throughout the U.S. and most notably the inflatable boat teams with the 3rd Brigade 82nd Airborne in Response to Hurricane Katrina. Aside from mass inflatable boat te

Marine Safety Service began as a maritime es**rt and training unit for NYC Parks sponsored events in New York Harbor. After 9/11 it became the training division for the Search & Rescue Foundation deploying training and response teams throughout the U.S. and most notably the inflatable boat teams with the 3rd Brigade 82nd Airborne in Response to Hurricane Katrina. Aside from mass inflatable boat te

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Drowning Prevention & Water Safety
09/16/2021
Drowning Prevention & Water Safety

Drowning Prevention & Water Safety

Daniel Pentkowski outlines how Henderson, NV, firefighters partner with non-fire agencies to facilitate drowning awareness and promote water safety.

Twenty-three rescued crew members, amazing stories of survival and teamwork, the first helicopter landing to the SIDE of...
09/16/2021
Capsizing of Roll-on/Roll-off Vehicle Carrier Golden Ray

Twenty-three rescued crew members, amazing stories of survival and teamwork, the first helicopter landing to the SIDE of a ship, multiple hurricanes, conflagrations, lawsuits, many shots of anchor/cutting chain, the total loss of 4,100 vehicles and a modern ro-ro, ~$1 billion in salvage costs, and 24 months later… we have a completed investigation that explains what happened to the Golden Ray.
The NTSB report is a fascinating and detailed product. It concludes that the most expensive salvage operation in history was likely caused by human error, ascribed to the chief officer’s faulty use of stability calculation software.
The term “cyber” is absent in the NTSB’s 57-page investigation.
The vulnerabilities associated with load and ballast planning software have been known for years to the small, but thankfully growing, pool of maritime-cyber professionals. Although righteous efforts failed to compel inclusion of cyber forensics in the Golden Ray investigation, they ultimately prevailed in the form of a cyber forensics mandate “for all major marine casualties and mishaps” in the National Maritime Cyber Security Plan which was rolled out in early January of 2021. This POTUS signed plan has since been archived.
NTSB investigation:
https://lnkd.in/dtYXJpv7

​​​About 0100 eastern daylight time on September 8, 2019, after unloading and loading vehicle cargo during the previous day, the 656-foot-long, Republic of the Marshall Islands-flagged roll-on/roll-off vehicle carrier Golden Ray departed the Colonel’s Island Terminal in the Port of Brunswick...

Twenty-three rescued crew members, amazing stories of survival and teamwork, the first helicopter landing to the SIDE of...
09/16/2021
Capsizing of Roll-on/Roll-off Vehicle Carrier Golden Ray

Twenty-three rescued crew members, amazing stories of survival and teamwork, the first helicopter landing to the SIDE of a ship, multiple hurricanes, conflagrations, lawsuits, many shots of anchor/cutting chain, the total loss of 4,100 vehicles and a modern ro-ro, ~$1 billion in salvage costs, and 24 months later… we have a completed investigation that explains what happened to the Golden Ray.

The NTSB report is a fascinating and detailed product. It concludes that the most expensive salvage operation in history was likely caused by human error, ascribed to the chief officer’s faulty use of stability calculation software.

The term “cyber” is absent in the NTSB’s 57-page investigation.

The vulnerabilities associated with load and ballast planning software have been known for years to the small, but thankfully growing, pool of maritime-cyber professionals. Although righteous efforts failed to compel inclusion of cyber forensics in the Golden Ray investigation, they ultimately prevailed in the form of a cyber forensics mandate “for all major marine casualties and mishaps” in the National Maritime Cyber Security Plan which was rolled out in early January of 2021. This POTUS signed plan has since been archived.
NTSB investigation:
https://lnkd.in/dtYXJpv7

​​​About 0100 eastern daylight time on September 8, 2019, after unloading and loading vehicle cargo during the previous day, the 656-foot-long, Republic of the Marshall Islands-flagged roll-on/roll-off vehicle carrier Golden Ray departed the Colonel’s Island Terminal in the Port of Brunswick...

09/16/2021

Change the 17th to the 30th. Still time to register early bird pricing!!!

09/16/2021
Tim Andro to present "Turning Training into Responding" at the Boston Sea Rovers Annual 2021 Public Safety Workshop, Fri...
09/15/2021
Workshops - Boston Sea Rovers

Tim Andro to present "Turning Training into Responding" at the Boston Sea Rovers Annual 2021 Public Safety Workshop, Friday October 1, 2021.
Tim started in Public Safety as a Firefighter in 1999. Began Northeast diving in 2005, In 2008 became a D/M and Technical shipwreck diver. 2011 become a Public Safety Diver, In 2015 became an ERDI instructor and Mahwah Rescue Dive Coordinator. North Jersey Regional Scuba Taskforce V/P 2017 thru 2018 and currently the President.
Click Here to Register: https://bostonsearovers.com/clinic-home/workshops/#1

Get the most of your weekend with the Boston Sea Rovers. The films on Saturday night will blow you away, the daytime speakers are world class, and the exhibit hall covers all aspects of diving. But don’t forget about the workshops. The workshops are an important component of the clinic; after all ...

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09/14/2021

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What would your local marine rescue organization do with $100,000?
09/13/2021
What would your local marine rescue organization do with $100,000?

What would your local marine rescue organization do with $100,000?

Canadian Victoria Marine Rescue Society (VMRS) plans to establish a new home, construct an all-electric rescue vessel, and more with the help of a five-year $100,000 sponsorship from global shipbuilding software developer SSI.

09/13/2021
His Dog Was A Hero On 9/11 Interview with one of our best friends Fox News reporter Gary Baumgarten - On the boat evacua...
09/11/2021
His Dog Was A Hero On 9/11

His Dog Was A Hero On 9/11
Interview with one of our best friends Fox News reporter Gary Baumgarten -
On the boat evacuations of Manhattan island on 9/11/01 -
Capt. Scott Shields

https://youtu.be/Zn2K3jw5xis

Twenty years after 9/11 I sat down with Scott Shields to talk about how he and his golden retriever Bear were the first K-9 search and rescue team to respond...

Deployed to Africa, USS 'Woody' Williams Key Platform to Train, Engage Partners in Piracy Hotspot - USNI News
09/09/2021
Deployed to Africa, USS 'Woody' Williams Key Platform to Train, Engage Partners in Piracy Hotspot - USNI News

Deployed to Africa, USS 'Woody' Williams Key Platform to Train, Engage Partners in Piracy Hotspot - USNI News

The small, rigid-hulled inflatable boat sped from the Brazilian Navy Frigate BNS Independencia (F-44) last week, taking an armed boarding team to a ship suspected of harboring illicit or piracy activities off western Africa’s coast. It was just a practice drill, though, for the visit-board-search-...

WARNING: THIS DIDN'T END WELL! | Boats vs Haulover Inlet
09/08/2021
WARNING: THIS DIDN'T END WELL! | Boats vs Haulover Inlet

WARNING: THIS DIDN'T END WELL! | Boats vs Haulover Inlet

WARNING: THIS DIDN'T END WELL! | Boats vs Haulover InletWelcome back to another episode where man and machine attempt to do battle with Haulover Inlet! This ...

New Navy Destroyer-Fired Laser (HELIOS) Will Change Maritime War - KTVZ
09/08/2021
New Navy Destroyer-Fired Laser (HELIOS) Will Change Maritime War - KTVZ

New Navy Destroyer-Fired Laser (HELIOS) Will Change Maritime War - KTVZ

By Author: by Kris Osborn, Warrior Maven, Security Television Network Click here for updates on this story September 6, 2021 (Security Television Network) — (Washington, D.C.) When the Navy is ready to deploy a new 60kw ship-fired laser weapon from a Destroyer later this year, maritime att...

Navy Arming Surface Ships with Drone Repellent System - USNI News
09/08/2021
Navy Arming Surface Ships with Drone Repellent System - USNI News

Navy Arming Surface Ships with Drone Repellent System - USNI News

ABOARD THE LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP USS KANSAS CITY, OFF THE COAST OF CALIFORNIA – With the use of drones becoming more prevalent, the Navy has found a way to ensure all of its surface ships can repel unmanned aerial vehicles. The Drone Restricted Access Using Known Electromagnetic Warfare system, or ...

Two Crew Injured by Pirate Gunfire Off Gabon; One Missing
09/07/2021
Two Crew Injured by Pirate Gunfire Off Gabon; One Missing

Two Crew Injured by Pirate Gunfire Off Gabon; One Missing

Two crew members of an offshore supply vessel were injured during a pirate attack in the Gulf of Guinea off the coast of Gabon, the International Maritime Bureau’s Piracy Reporting...

Helicopter- SAR & Air Ambulance of UK 🇬🇧
09/07/2021

Helicopter- SAR & Air Ambulance of UK 🇬🇧

Helicopter- SAR & Air Ambulance of UK 🇬🇧

Timeline Photos
09/07/2021

Timeline Photos

Did you know that drowning can be fatal or non-fatal?

We often think drowning refers only to those who die. In non-fatal drowning, respiratory impairment is stopped before death. Non-fatal drowning can result in a range of outcomes from no injuries to serious injuries or permanent disability.

On September 14 the Society will release its first ever Ontario Non-Fatal Drowning Report. Register for our webinar (Tue., Sep. 14, 1:00–2:00 pm EDT) to learn more. https://bit.ly/3mUJQu2

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09/06/2021

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Kind of a weird question for the group: How many agencies that cover open water, have windmills in their response areas ? And what type of problems do they give you with your RADAR on your boats ? We currently have them on shore, within 200 feet, but there is a proposal to install them on Lake Erie and Im wondering if they create problems for your agencies. Thanks !
We share the seas with Beluga whales. Good throwing arm helps.