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A Masters Guide to Container Securing

A Masters Guide to Container Securing

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A MASTER’S GUIDE TO
Container Securing
 
The Standard P&I Club
 The Standard P&I Clubs loss prevention programme focuses onbest practice to avert those claims that are avoidable and thatoften result from crew error or equipment failure.In its continuingcommitment to safety at sea and the prevention of accidents,casualties and pollution,the Club issues a variety of publications onsafety-related subjects,of which this is one.For more informationabout these publications,please contact either the Managers’London Agents or any Charles Taylor office listed in this guide.
The Lloyd’s Register Group
Lloyd’s Register is directed through its constitution to:‘secure forthe benefit of the community high technical standards of design,manufacture,construction,maintenance,operation and performancefor the purpose of enhancing the safety of life and property both atsea and on land and in the air’,and to advance ‘public educationwithin the transportation industries and any other engineering andtechnological disciplines’.
A MASTER’S GUIDE TO CONTAINER SECURINGIS THE FIFTH PUBLICATION IN THE MASTER’S GUIDE SERIES.
Authors
Eric Murdoch BSc, MSc, MRINA, C.EngDirector of Risk ManagementCharles Taylor & Co Limited1 St Katharine’s Way London E1W 1UTUK Telephone(44) 20 7522 7440Emaileric.murdoch@ctcplc.comwww.standard-club.comDavid Tozer BSc, MSc, FRINA, C.EngBusiness Manager Container ShipsLloyd’s Register71 Fenchurch StreetLondon EC3M 4BSUK Telephone(44) 20 7709 9166Emaildavid.tozer@lr.orgwww.lr.orgThe authors acknowledge technical contributions from colleagues and associates.The authors express their particular thanks to:Bob Thompson, Principal Specialist, Lloyd’s Register EMEA;Colin Clifford-Smith, Lead Specialist, Lloyd’s Register EMEA;Tony Bowman, Managing Director, TMC (Marine Consultants) Ltd;Roy Smith, Safety Manager (Operations), Hutchison Ports (UK).Thanks also for assistance to:German Lashing Robert Bock GmbH;SEC - Ship’s Equipment Centre Bremen GmbH;Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A;Maersk Line Limited;MacGregor (DEU) GmbH.
 
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Introduction
3
Basic Advice
4
Do’s and Don’ts
5
Lashing Systems
7
Safe Working
8
Ships and Containers
13
Container Construction
17
Lashing Components
22
Principles of Stowage
31
Ships’ Behaviour
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