LR Debuts Marine Fire Safety Pocket Checklist

Thursday, June 04, 2009

Lloyd’s Register, in conjunction with the P&I Club, has produced the Marine Fire Safety Pocket Checklist to help reduce incidents at sea and the risk of Port State Control (PSC) detentions.

Lloyd’s Register and the UK Club have analysed deficiencies found by PSC inspectors in ports worldwide over the three-year period. They have related these to their own experienced observations and developed a reusable checklist to help crew members pre-empt and manage the risk of fire more effectively.

The booklet was launched at Thomas Miller P&I’s offices in on May 26.

 

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