A serious injury means:

  • any injury, other than a major injury, to a person employed or carried in a UK vessel which occurs on board or during access which results in incapacity for more than three consecutive days of the accident; or
  • as a result of which the person concerned is put ashore and the vessel sails without him or her, unless the incapacity is known or advised to be of three consecutive days or less, excluding the day of the accident.


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