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Document ID (ISN)103947
CIS number 05-146
Year 1981
Convention or series no.
Title Accident prevention on board ship at sea and in port. Code of practice
Original title Predupreždenie nesčastnyh slučaev na sudne v more i v portu [in Russian]
Bibliographic information ILO Publications, International Labour Office, 1211 Genève 22, Switzerland, 1981. 151p. Illus. Index. Price: RUB 1.63.
Abstract Russian version of the code of practice drawn up by a meeting of 9 international experts, convened by the ILO at Geneva in 1977 and attended by representatives of WHO, IMCO, the EEC and the WFTU (see CIS 78-1444). Contents: duties and responsibilities of employers, masters, officers and ratings, housekeeping, protective equipment, training in the use of internationally agreed life-saving appliances; manual lifting and carrying loads; safe access to ship; use and upkeep of ropes, slings and chains; anchoring and mooring operations; work on deck or under deck spaces; work in boiler and machinery spaces; electrical equipment; catering services; safety in living accommodation; life-saving; fire precautions and fire fighting appliances; tankers and combination carriers; other special types of ship; medical aid; personal hygiene and protection. Appendices: contents of ship's medicine chest; artificial respiration and resuscitation.
Descriptors (primary) occupational safety; ILO; sea transport; ships; harbours
Descriptors (secondary) first-aid equipment; responsibilities; IMCO; WHO; European Communities; access to workplaces; manual lifting; resuscitation; electrical safety; rescue training; housekeeping; personal protective equipment; fire protection; safe working methods; translation; directive; WFTU
Document type F - Information notes, codes of practice, standards
Country / State or ProvinceILO
Subject(s) Transport and communications
Broad subject area(s) Mechanical hazards, transport
Industries and occupations
Browse category(ies) Water transportation