Towards Performance Based Regulations

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

The US Coast Guard issues regulations to ensure maritime safety. USCG Commandant Bob Papp is interviewed in DNV’s corporate magazine DNV Forum: “To be sure, we have prescriptive regulations, such as many of the lifesaving and fire protection regulations, but we are moving more towards performance based regulations,” he says. The magazine is now being distributed worldwide.

 

Source:  DNV
 

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