Fallen Comrades

14 Australian maritime workers have been killed on the job in two decades, 1 seafarer, 13 waterside workers, 9 on flag of convenience ships

14 Australian maritime workers have been killed on the job in two decades, 1 seafarer, 13 waterside workers, 9 on flag of convenience ships

FALLEN COMRADES
NEVER FORGOTTEN, NEVER AGAIN

NICK FANOS, Vega Gotland, FoC, Port Botany, March, 2010

BRAD GRAY, Pacific Explorer FoC, Brisbane, February 2010

TREVOR MOORE, Karratha Spirit, December, 2008

BOB CUMBERLIDGE, Westernport, March 2007

PETER ROSS, Cape Coneway FoC, AppletonDock, January 2007

DEAN ROBINSON, Cape Donnington FoC, Port Adelaide, June 2006

JEFF GREY, Kiribati Chief FoC, AppletonDock, Melbourne, June 2003

MICK CARABOTT, MSC Pride FoC, East Swanson Dock, May, 1998

BRYAN PATERSON, Nord Cloud FoC, East Swanson Dock, September, 1997

ROY AUDET, Lauriergracht FoC, Boyne Smelter Wharf, Gladestone, October, 1992

REX LOWDAY, Geelong, August, 1992

JAMES CAIRNS, Trans Ocean Terminals, Melbourne, March, 1991

BRIAN GREAVES, White Bay, September, 1991

BARRY GIFFORD, 5 Darling Harbour, Sydney, June, 1990