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DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ea.2022.06.011

A Study on the Safety Protection of Maritime Rescuers

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Yongxin Yu

Beihai Rescue Bureau of the Ministry of Transport, Yantai, Shandong, China.

*Corresponding author: Yongxin Yu

Abstract

The rescue system and the maritime rescue system are the two main components of our rescue system, one of the main components of international rescue work is the maritime rescue work. The rapid development of the economy and science and technology has given an important impetus to the development of the maritime industry in China, but the risk to the lives of those working at sea is greatly increased by the fact that external natural conditions can largely restrict and affect the work at sea. The orderly implementation of rescue work at sea requires the effective cooperation of society and various organisational sectors. We must pay attention to rescue work at sea to improve a strong guarantee for the safety of people's lives and property. The research paper is a study of the safety protection of maritime rescuers. The main purpose is to improve safety protection of rescuers in scientific methods and suitable safety protection articles when conducting rescue tasks. The concluding chapters described the results of protection in rescue environment and rescue operations. A number of recommendations are made concerning the need for further investigation in the subject.

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How to cite this paper

A Study on the Safety Protection of Maritime Rescuers

How to cite this paper: Yongxin Yu. (2022). A Study on the Safety Protection of Maritime Rescuers. Engineering Advances2(1), 124-127.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ea.2022.06.011

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