Accident Transport

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The transport sector is considered a critical infrastructure, since failure can have a significant impact on the economic and social well-being of a country.

With the growing increase in international distribution, any error in the transport field, due to intentional or unintentional causes, may have very serious consequences compromising the stability of a country.

The result of technical failures or human errors can result in damage to ships, aircraft and facilities (ports, terminals, airports) that also include injuries, loss of life and property damage. Small-scale accidents occur much more frequently than others.

Vessels accidents related to the dangerous goods release such as fuels and chemicals, especially in the presence of an area populated such as port facility are a matter of concern.

accidents that are caused within ports and airports happen on regular basis, sometimes leaving victims with extremely serious injuries. Accidents happen due to lack of maintenance, inadequate management of naval or air traffic, design and construction faults.

The risks in the transport sector are high, just think about the dangers of criminal acts and piracy, voluntary and involuntary. Conflicts such as wars and civil unrest are a cause of infrastructures and transport damage.

Accidents occurring in the aquatic and air environment can be much more complex and difficult to investigate than land transport.

Consultants work on accidents at sea (vessels and port areas) and at air (aircraft and airports). Our investigations tasks allow us to obtain information on the real circumstances of the accidents and determine what happened.