Safety at sea is then a human question - to keep up the good arrangements and to follow the procedures. The cost of high technical safety is small - it is just to get the arrangements right from the beginning, e.g. the Coulombi Egg tanker, FPSO IG systems , WTC towers on 911 or Costa Concordia 2012. Keep it Simple, KIS, and you save money, protect your asset and improve safety! Right arrangements then simplifies for the ship's crew to maintain high safety. Heiwa Co has a lot of experience in these important fields of ship design, conversions, up-grades to increase value and operation incl. crew training and motivation. Different ships are subject to different risks. Like structures on land. Flying planes into tops of skyscrapers is stupid as nothing will happen to the bottom. Prove Heiwa Co wrong and earn € 1 000 000:- .
Safety is not just rules! Safety is also all new facts about past accidents that surface long after the accident, which many administrations tend to neglect. Thus Heiwa Co investigates all new facts about past accidents to learn from them. You can never learn too little from an old accident, thus the Titanic accident 1912 is still of interest. And this is the reason for the Heiwa Co interest in the M/S Estonia accident 1994, the M/T Erika accident 1999, the M/T Prestige accident 2002 and the M/S Al Salam Boccaccio 98 accident 2006. And why not 911 - 2001? Or Costa Concordia - 2012?