MCIB

(redirected from Marine Casualty Investigation Board)
AcronymDefinition
MCIBMarine Casualty Investigation Board (Ireland)
MCIBMedical Claim Insurance Branch (Canada)
MCIBMicro-Controller Interface Board (robotics)
MCIBMy Computer Is Broke
References in periodicals archive ?
A Marine Casualty Investigation Board probe found there were safety failings on the single crew vessel.
Tenders are invited for the marine casualty investigation board invites applications for inclusion on a panel of suitably qualified investigators to carry out contracted marine casualty investigations on behalf of the board in accordance with the merchant shipping act 2000 and s.I 276 of 2011.Type of contract: services
The report by the Marine Casualty Investigation Board recommended that the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport issue a warning of the hazards associated with toxic gas generation and retention in refrigerated seawater (RSW) systems of fishing trawlers, according to the Irish Examiner.
Ireland's Marine Casualty Investigation Board (MCIB) has begun an investigation.
The Marine Casualty Investigation Board sparked outrage when it first claimed it did not need to raise either boat to carry out its investigations.
A report by the Marine Casualty Investigation Board said the RIB entered a cove near Bishop's Island after earlier facing tough tides.
The Marine Casualty Investigation Board was established in June 2002 under the Merchant Shipping (Investigation of Marine Casualties) Act 2002.
Ireland's Marine Casualty Investigation Board has begun an investigation and sent a two-man team out to spend the next few days interviewing the crew, trainees and liaising with French authorities.
The Marine Casualty Investigation Board's interim report found the victim, who has not been named, died almost instantly.
The Coast Guard and Marine Casualty Investigation Board will try to establish how bad the sea was, if a freak wave caused the RIB to flip over and whether Caitriona was critically hurt.
Dublin's Marine Casualty Investigation Board found there was extensive damage in the 4.2metre flat-bottomed craft.
The Marine Casualty Investigation Board report found the pair did not have life jackets on when their bodies were recovered.
Full browser ?