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    A Guide to Managing Maintenance in Accordance with the Requirements of the ISM Code (IACS Rec 74)

    £25.00
    This document aims to assist ship operators in meeting the shipboard maintenance requirements of the ISM Code by providing guidance on the development and improvement of maintenance management systems.
    ISBN: 9781856097529
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    Published: March 2017

    A well designed and effectively implemented maintenance management system not only helps meet the safety and pollution prevention objectives established by the ISM Code, but also safeguards against risks to the ship, the crew and the environment. This publication aids in achieving this by providing guidance on the development and improvement of maintenance management systems. It covers:

    • How the ISM Code defines maintenance
    • how to approach maintenance
    • details of records that should be kept on board
    • the identification and testing of critical equipment.

    It also includes a checklist of the key maintenance system management controls.

     

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    Published: March 2017

    A well designed and effectively implemented maintenance management system not only helps meet the safety and pollution prevention objectives established by the ISM Code, but also safeguards against risks to the ship, the crew and the environment. This publication aids in achieving this by providing guidance on the development and improvement of maintenance management systems. It covers:

    • How the ISM Code defines maintenance
    • how to approach maintenance
    • details of records that should be kept on board
    • the identification and testing of critical equipment.

    It also includes a checklist of the key maintenance system management controls.

     

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