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Managing the Risk of Blackouts
Edition: April, 2022
Pages count: 52
Description: This guidance paper ‘Managing the risk of blackouts’ addresses prevention and mitigation of blackouts to support safe and reliable operations of vessels.
This guidance paper offers the ship industry best practices to:
• Improve general understanding of the risks associated with blackout and loss of propulsion.
• Reduce the risk of blackout (e.g. by ensuring that power systems are redundant and fault tolerant).
• Ensure fast and reliable means of system recovery.
As such, this guidance paper offers support to improve how we approach and control blackout risk through prevention and recovery mechanisms. Through implementing the best practices and recommendations from this guidance paper, the industry should succeed in reducing the risk.