WHAT A MARINE SURVEYOR NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT WORKING IN ENCLOSED SPACES
|Author(s)||Capt. Michael Lloyd, Adam Allan|
|Publisher||Int'l Institute of Marine Surveying|
|D O W N L O A D|
The content of this guidebook was developed to serve as a practical reference for the marine surveyor directly engaged in the activities conducted in the enclosed spaces on vessels. It is expected to provide them with the invaluable assistance so that they can fully appreciate the dangers that may potentially be faced in such spaces. They will also see and understand the potential consequences of the inadequate entry procedures.
The guidelines provided in the pages of this volume are based upon the great practical experience of the MRM, i.e. Mines Rescue Marine, personnel training people to safely operate in enclosed spaces in various industries. The ultimate goal of the author of the guide is to assist the marine surveyors in making proper assessment of the hazards that may be there in the enclosed spaces they are intending to enter, and provide required practical guidance on how to behave in the different situations commonly faced in such spaces.
The contents opens with the chapters devoted to the categorization of the enclosed spaces, main definitions and terms in use, recording and reporting procedures, followed by the description of the design features that are associated with those spaces, analyses of the real case studies, etc.
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