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Code of Practice for the Safe mooring of Vessels on the Thames, updated to 2013

Year: 2010
Language: english
Genre: Guide
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 36
Description: The mooring and unmooring of vessels is potentially a hazardous
operation. It is also an operation, which demands a high degree of
teamwork. To be both efficient and safe, all involved must be properly
trained and equipped, and must have a clear understanding of the
contribution made by others, as well as their own role and responsibilities.
This Code has been compiled with the assistance of the port community
and river users. It describes established good practice for the safe and
efficient mooring and unmooring of vessels on the Thames and is published
for the guidance of all involved, be they linesmen, boatmen, tug crews,
ship’s staff, masters, pilots or berth operators. Accordingly, it has been
given wide circulation in anticipation that all concerned will wish to
contribute to the achievement of safety by complying with its provisions.
The Code is reviewed and amended as necessary, but in any event at least
every three years. This edition replaces the original 2003 version, for which
a number of addendums had been issued during the intervening period.





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