LASH FIRE - Legislative Assessment for Safety Hazards of Fire and Innovations in Ro-ro ship Environment

Gefördert in: Horizon 2020 der Europäischen Union

Zeitraum: 01.09.2019 - 31.08.2023

Budget / Förderung: 13.479.771,15 € / 12.209.148,34 €

Link: https://lashfire.eu/

 

 

 


Konsortium

Kürzel Organisation Land
RISE RISE RESEARCH INSTITUTES OF SWEDEN AB Schweden
VTT Teknologian tutkimuskeskus VTT Oy Finland
FRN RISE FIRE RESEARCH AS Norwegen
FLOW FLOW SHIP DESIGN DOO ZA PROJEKTIRANJE, KONZALTING I INZENJERING U BRODOGRADNJI Kroatien
MAR MARIOFF CORPORATION OY Finland
UNF UNIFIRE AKTIEBOLAG Schweden
CMT CENTER OF MARITIME TECHNOLOGIES EV Deutschland
BV BUREAU VERITAS MARINE & OFFSHORE REGISTRE INTERNATIONAL DE CLASSIFICATION DE NAVIRES ET DE PLATEFORMES OFFSHORE Frankreich
APS AP SENSING GMBH Deutschland
STL Stena Rederi AB Schweden
INF EUROPEAN FERRY COMPANY Belgien
SEA SHIPYARDS AND MARITIME EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATION OF EUROPE Belgien
SCK SICK AG Deutschland
NTNU NORGES TEKNISK-NATURVITENSKAPELIGE UNIVERSITET NTNU Norwegen
SAS SOCIEDAD DE SALVAMENTO Y SEGURIDAD MARITIMA Spanien
CIM CENTRE INTERNACIONAL DE METODES NUMERICS EN ENGINYERIA Spanien
MAG MAGELLAN-ASSOCIACAO PARA A REPRESENTACAO DOS INTERESSES PORTUGUESES NO EXTERIOR Portugal
LUL UNIVERSITE DE LORRAINE Frankreich
NSR NTNU SAMFUNNSFORSKNING AS Norwegen
FKW FIKE SAFETY TECHNLOGY LIMITED Vereinigtes Königreich
RS2N RS2N Frankreich
UAC UNIACCESS Frankreich
UCY UNIVERSITY OF CYPRUS Zypern
DFDS DFDS AS Dänemark
F4M FIFI4MARINE BV Niederlande
HAL HOEGH AUTOLINERS AS Norwegen

Ro-ro ships are an important component of the global transportation system, but an increasing trend of ro-ro ship fires in recent years call for improved fire protection. From comprehensive ship operators’ experience and by participation in ongoing work for the European Maritime Safety Agency and the International Maritime Organization (IMO), critical aspects of ro-ro ship fire safety have been identified to form the scope of the project LASH FIRE. It aims to provide a recognized technical basis for the revision of international IMO regulations, which greatly enhances fire prevention and ensures management of fires on ro-ro ships without recourse to external intervention. This is done by developing and demonstrating operational and design solutions which strengthen the fire protection of ro-ro ships in all stages of a fire and which address current and future challenges, including regulatory issues. Twenty specific challenges have been identified, which will be addressed by new solutions developed and demonstrated with regards to performance and ship integration feasibility by system suppliers, researchers, ship owners and shipyards. For the solutions to be considered for regulatory uptake, their impact on risk reduction and cost will be assessed and advisory groups with operators and flag states will be established. Thereby, the project is expected to significantly strengthen the independent fire protection of ro-ro ships and to reduce the frequency of ro-ro ship fires by 35% and the number of fatalities by 45%.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020
research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 814975

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