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Shipboard ISM Code Safety Posters 11.06.2018 11:50

Our company offers you shipboard safety posters. Our posters – are clear illustrated instructions on safe execution of marine operations, pollution prevention, labor protection and security under the requirements of the ISM Code, ISPS Code, SOLAS, MARPOL and MLC 2006.

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Our posters are printed on self-adhesive vinyl (80 microns). You can choose the desired language and color scheme, and we also provide the opportunity to place your logo and the name of the vessel on the poster. Posters on self-adhesive PVC film are glued to a smooth, clean, skimmed surface at a temperature of + 8 ° C. Subject to the conditions of gluing, the service life on the street at temperatures of -40 ° C to +80 ° C to 3 years. The image on the signs is applied resistant to sunlight, atmospheric agents and abrasion resistant materials. Signs photo-luminescent coating provides brightness 2 MCD/m2 for at least one hour after termination of exposure to the light source.

We offer you to get acquainted with the full collection of our Shipboard ISM Code Safety Posters and see our catalog presented on our website:





In this context, MEPC 73 agreed that Administrations should encourage ships flying their flag to develop implementation plans, outlining how the ship may prepare in order to comply with the required sulphur content limit of 0.50% by 1 January 2020.

Contained within Section 5.4.2 of Mooring Equipment Guidelines (MEG4) is a description of the Line Management Plan (LMP).
31 December 2018 is coming into general application the EU Ship Recycling Regulation (EU SRR 1257/2013).
The Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) has introduced new Mooring Equipment Guidelines (MEG4) for the safe mooring of tankers and gas carriers at terminals.
OCIMF (OCIMF - Oil Companies International Marine Forum) has issued the Guidelines to Harden Vessels, including recommendation for development of the Vessel Hardening Plan (VHP).
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