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Safety Advisory Bulletin 96-01: Shifting a Ship by Warping

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
00-08-003December 1996December 2022
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Author(s) Mike Lynch
Description This bulletin describes a break-way/grounding incident involving a bulk cargo vessel, the origin of the problem, and steps that can be taken to prevent such an occurrence.
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Keywords bulletin, cargo, vessel, safety, ship, marine safety, pollution prevention

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