An accident investigation published by an investigative authority is sent to the UN organization, IMO (International Maritime Organization), where it is reviewed by a working group that tries to find common factors which could prevent future accidents. The group also briefly describe each event from the operator’s point of view, i.e. from a perspective that should be interesting for individual seafarers. These lessons learned are divided into categories of event, such as grounding, fire/explosion, etc. They each consist of three sections: What happened? Why did it happen? What can we learn? Read more on the IMO website about IMO Lessons Learned and their descriptions.