How do you draw people’s attention to all the stories about NINA and safety issues? Captain Maarten Prijt had the idea of putting up a clothesline in the Rockpiper crew office in Keppel Singmarine Shipyard in Singapore.
“People often stand here reading articles – you could say they literally walk into them!” Prijt and his crew are getting on well with NINA. “Our safety round across the shipyard is now called a ‘NINA round’. What’s the difference? Well, for example, where we used to check whether a welding cable was allowed to follow a certain path, we now look at the safety of the user as well. That extra care is what it’s all about.”