CCS GUIDELINES FOR POLAR SHIP
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The polar region covers the Arctic and the Antarctic and is considered coldest area on the planet. It has remained silent for so many years as the ice and snow cover it all year round combined with the adverse whether conditions. Taking global warming into account, the sea ice in the above mentioned geographic region is melting faster and this is creating navigable open areas in summertime.
The present China Register guidelines have been prepared to provide industry with the professional guidance for design and provision of equipment of polar ships; it also addresses the operation, periodical surveys and certification of these ships. The document gives all required information to the designers and ship owners about the regulatory documentations relating to Arctic Passages.
The content is arranged in several chapters dealing with the survey and certification of polar ships, ship hull structures and provision equipment, stability of the ships including both intact and damage stability, shipboard machinery and electrical installation including main propulsion and steering, deck equipment and all auxiliary equipment, safety equipment and arrangements such as firefighting, lifesaving, navigational and communication equipment, and operational matters including limitations and operational capability of the ships, pollution prevention, risk management and training.
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