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Focus on Safe Access to Vessels

 
Publication number Date Published Date Revised
09-08-013June 2009April 2014
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Author(s) Jason Reichert
Description During a vessel's port stay, many different people such as pilots, agents, inspectors, and tankermen require access to the vessel. It is important that gangway, brow, or ladder access points are strong, stable, clean, and well-lit to avoid potential injuries. In this publication, examples are provided of proper access and UNSAFE access.
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Keywords vessel inspections, cargo and passenger vessel, Vessel boarding
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