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Jerry Percy Jul 7
They are the reason you go out to sea. Make them the reason you get back. Visit:
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The Skipper Jul 7
“As a fisherman, I admit that sometimes I try not to think about the risks but I know that’s not the answer...We have to take every precaution possible. There will always be risks, stuff can still happen but it’s still important to do your bit.”
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Trinity House Jul 14
One of the best parts of a day’s fishing? That feeling when you’re heading home and see those familiar landmarks come in to view. Make sure you get back to the quay . Visit
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West Mercia SAR Feb 18
A short film of one of our boat crews earlier today. More on Facebook
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Kirsty Walsh 15h
Great to have your support 😊
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Seafish Sep 6
If you're working on a fishing vessel, PLEASE wear a PFD. Especially if you work alone. It could save your life via
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HM Coastguard Aug 16
Two lifejacket wearing fisherman have been rescued from a life raft after their vessel sank off Tyneside earlier today
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Worcester City Council Feb 21
We've seen unprecedented flooding across Worcester, making rivers and flood waters more dangerous than ever before. If you and your mates are out on the beer this weekend keep them well clear of rivers and flood water. Make sure you and your friends get this weekend
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Marcel | WestMerciaSAR Feb 24
I captured this around 4pm today. The Severn racing through Jackfield with the Boat pub getting flooded for the second time in the last few days.
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Fishermen's Mission Aug 11
This is your . The reason why you do your safety checks, put on your PFD and look after your crew. It’s simple. If you are still unsure about the law on commercial fishing safety. Please check now.
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@FisheriesAPPG Jul 13
The new campaign aims to connect with on staying safe at sea. They have plenty of resources on new and pre-existing information, as well as links to training and guidance.
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Southern IFCA Jul 7
This check out the campaign that aims to connect & engage with fishers on issues of staying safe at sea. The law on commercial fishing has changed with additional health & safety responsibilities, visit for all the info
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Real Cornish Crab Jul 8
Replying to @realcornishcrab
The campaign is not focusing on how dangerous fishing is - fishermen already know that. The team working on the campaign spoke to about what would make them take their safety more seriously at sea and they said "getting home to their loved ones".
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Lancaster Area Search & Rescue Aug 15
Over 120 people spoken to today about on the River Lune at Skerton, Denny Beck / Halton and Crook O’Lune during - fantastic work by our volunteers, giving up their Saturday to ensure people make it
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sean mckinley Jul 16
Nothing better than getting ashore and being met by the wee boss makes it all worthwhile
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Fishermen's Mission Aug 11
Fishing on your own? knows that, if he goes over, his PFD will give him a good chance of survival. The law on commercial fishing has changed. The website makes it easy to check if you are complying with the law. Visit now:
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Gareth Morrison Jul 7
As part of 🇬🇧 there is strong emphasis on with the campaign . Too many commercial fishermen drown or get seriously injured each year . Watch this 👉🏻
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NFFO Aug 11
"It's no fish ye're buying, it's men's lives” Walter Scott, Venture III Throughout many of our fishermen have continued to risk their lives to put food on our tables. Remember to keep them safe by asking them to come back
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FishingAnimateur Jul 13
Good vessel owners look after their crew. It is your responsibility to make sure your crew are safety compliant. Make you do everything you can so they can get back to their loved ones Find out how:
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CFPO Aug 23
Opportunity to a £100 Amazon voucher - just complete this quick survey and help the FISG assess the impact of the campaign and understand more about commercial fishing safety. Thanks to for this pic. Please share!
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