Number of Major Shipping Accidents Down at Port of Singapore

Number of Major Shipping Accidents Down at Port of Singapore

Significant decrease:

According to the MPA, the Port of Singapore had just .12 incidents per 100,000 vessel movements in 2018, down from 0.8 in 2009, representing a decrease of 85 percent.

This is the only explanation in the post is this:

The MPA credits, in part, the use of technology and digitization for the drop in number of accidents.

It doesn’t state whether this only cover inside Singapore port limits, or the entire area under VTS from Singapore. (?)
If the last then the McClain accident will be counted as one incident, although 10 people died. which will be the same as a small oil spill.

Here is an article that goes a bit deeper into what is meant by this:
https://www.maritime-executive.com/article/singapore-targets-digital-safety-solutions