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Year: 2008
Language: english
Author: The Shipowners’ Protection Limited
Genre: Guide
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 12
Description: It is important to note that all vessels which are alongside a quay or double banked with
another vessel must provide a safe means of access to enable personnel to access the berth
or other vessel as applicable. The United Kingdom’s Merchant Shipping (Means of Access)
Regulations 1988 No 1637 states “In every ship of 30 metres or more in registered length (or,
in the case of an unregistered ship, of 30 metres or more overall length) the employer shall
ensure that there is carried on the ship a gangway which is appropriate to the deck layout,
size, shape and maximum freeboard of the ship and which complies with the specifications
contained in section 2 of the Code” and “a portable ladder is used for the purpose of access
to the ship only where no safer means of access is reasonably practicable”.



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