New Maritime Progress Book
Monday, June 24, 2013

The Maritime Progress book, first published in 1997, is an authoritative reference manual of signage, safety awareness and training material onboard ship. The new is designed to be compact focusing on the signs most commonly used onboard all types of vessel. Specific reference to International regulations, standards, codes and guidelines are easily found as appropriate within.

Key features of the new book are:
•Quality of product is maintained whilst list price remains unchanged since 2009
•A much larger selection of sizes and shapes offered as standard for each sign
New products introduced during the past five years are included
•Sign images have been updated to the latest International standards
•Posters and Manuals combined under one banner of ISM Safety Works
•Fold out flap containing easy to follow 'How to Order' instructions
•A detailed categorized index

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