What gets you back #HomeAndDry?
The law on commercial fishing has changed. Get on board to find out what you can do to get back to your loved ones home and dry.
With ILO Working In Fishing Convention (ILO188) now in force, there are additional health and safety responsibilities on all commercial fishing vessel owners and skippers for themselves and their crew.
The Home & Dry campaign aims to connect and engage with fishermen on the issues of staying safe at sea. The purpose of this site is to act as an information hub, a collection of all the relevant safety information to help members of the commercial fishing industry get access to sea safety training, guidance and technical expertise. It’s here to make the transition to safer fishing simple.
Learn how the law on fishing safety has changed.
All your important safety documents in one place. Crew certificates, equipment, renew alerts and more.
Control and manage risks on your vessel.
Simple checks to make sure your vessel is stable.
Take action to prevent anyone from going into the sea from your vessel.
PFDs are mandatory but a PLB is just as important.
Download a free MOB drill checklist to keep onboard.
Simple recovery solutions.
Find out what funding is available for safety equipment and vessel safety improvements.
Comply with legal requirements and take advantage of voluntary training opportunities.
A guide to simple guide to safer working practices.
Read the latest guidance on safe working under COVID-19.
Home and Dry has been created by the Fishing Industry Safety Group (FISG). The FISG is a stakeholder group, whose aim is to improve the safety of commercial fishing at sea. Its ultimate goal is zero preventable deaths at sea and to reduce the number of serious accidents and vessels lost at sea due to health and safety issues. The FISG is made up of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA), Seafish, National Federation of Fishermen’s Organisations (NFFO), Scottish Fishermen’s Federation (SFF), Northern Ireland Fishermen’s Federation (NIFF), Welsh Fishermen’s Association – Cymdeithas Pysgotwyr Cymru (WFA-CPC), the RNLI and the Shipbuilders & Shiprepairers Association (SSA).
The Home and Dry campaign is supported by Trinity House.