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Guide for Bridge Design and Navigational Equipment/Systems - ABS

Year: 2020
Language: english
Author: ABS
Genre: Guide
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 61
Description: This Guide supersedes the May 2019 Revision of the Guide which was originally published in 2018.
The requirements for the functionality of the bridge design and layout, and the navigational equipment/
systems laid down in this Guide are intended to improve and optimize the work environment within the
bridge area and enhance the navigational capabilities, and safety of vessels. The requirements for vessels
fitted with an integrated bridge system for navigational purpose is also included in this Guide.
The notations NBL, NBLES, NBLES+ and NIBS are introduced to replace the previous OMBO notation
and to define the expanded scope of the subject Guide.
The October 2020 edition includes addition of the new NBLES (COS) Notation and requirements
pertaining to this Notation. It is an optional notation assigned to vessels that typically operate in coastal
and narrow waters provided they meet enhanced requirements provided in the new Section 4 of the Guide.
This Guide becomes effective on the first day of the month of publication.



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