수산해양기술연구(구 한국어업기술학회지) 58권 3호 (p.251-261)

우리나라 다랑어선망어선의 어선원 안전 위험요소 분석

Analysis of safety risk factors of fishermen on the Korean tuna purse seiner
키워드 :
Tuna purse seiner,Safety risk factor,Safety accident,Safety management system

목차

서 론
재료 및 방법
결과 및 고찰
   재해 현황
   조업 과정별 재해 형태별 발생 빈도
   재해 형태별 심각도
   위험도 평가
   재해에 따른 신체 손상 부위
   위험도가 높은 안전사고의 원인 및 대응 방안
결 론
사 사
References

초록

Tuna purse seine fishery (TPF) constitute more than 60% of distant water fishery production in Korea based on a statistic of 2018, and 28 ships from four different companies were under operation at the western and central Pacific Ocean. On this research, common risk factors during TPF were investigated via enumeration of five years Korean fisherman’s insurance payment statement, followed by some counterplans to diminish the accident rate. The accident rate of TPF on the Pacific Ocean peaked by 43.0% in 2014 and constantly decreased to 23.0% until 2018, presenting an average of 33.6%. Meanwhile, the accident rate on the Indian Ocean reached the highest point 55.1% in 2014 and declined to 11.6% in 2016, having an average of 24.7%. The average accident rate of the Indian Ocean scored 8.9% lower than the rate of the Pacific Ocean, but no statistic significance was observed. Depending on the process of operation, ‘casting or hauling of net’ was the most frequent part that people received an injury (40.4%). When the accidents were classified by their types, ‘falling down’ was the most recurrent cause of the injuries (28.5%). At the point of severity, the worst injuries were induced by crush hazard. Considering aforementioned accident frequency and severity, all the factors on the accident type list were divided into three different groups including high risk, moderate risk, and common risk. This study is expected to contribute to the reduction of occupational accidents during the work of fishermen and establishment of a safety management system for distance water fishing vessels.