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code of safe working practices

code of safe working practices

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Code of Safe Working Practices forMerchant Seamen
Consolidated Edition, 2009
London: TSO
An executive agency o the Department or Transport, (DT)
© Crown Copyright 2008. Published or the Maritime and Coastguard Agency under licence rom the Controller o Her Majesty’s Stationery Ofce.Applications or reproduction should be made in writing to the Ofce or PublicSector Inormation, Inormation Policy Team, Kew, Richmond, Surrey TW9 4DU.e-mail licensing@opsi.gov.uk ISBN 978 0 11 553079 1Incorporating amendments 1 to 9.
Published by TSO (The Stationery Ofce) and available from:
Onlinewww.tsoshop.co.uk Mail, Telephone, Fax & E-mail
TSOPO Box 29, Norwich, NR3 1GNTelephone orders/General enquiries:0870 600 5522Fax orders: 0870 600 5533E-mail: customer.services@tso.co.ukTextphone 0870 240 3701
TSO@Blackwell and other Accredited AgentsCustomers can also order publications from:
TSO Ireland16 Arthur Street, Belfast BT1 4GD028 9023 8451 Fax 028 9023 5401
Produced in the United Kingdom for TSONoosh 6205434 07/09
The page numbering system contained within this Code follows the Quality Management System for Documentation procedures currently in use within the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.Each page is numbered on the inside bottom edge and contains:- the MCA identifier for this Code - i.e. MSCP01 the number of the chapter - e.g. Ch1 the revision status of that chapter and page e.g. - Rev1.01 the page number within the chapter e.g. - Page 2The first page of each chapter indicates the total number of pages within ite.g. - Page 1 of 12. This enables the user the check that all the pages within that chapter are intact. Where pages need to be added to or subtracted froma chapter, the first page of that chapter will also be revised to show the newnumber of pages within it.The page numbering in respect of page 1 of Chapter 4, for example, wouldbe:-MSCP01/Ch4/Rev1.01/Page 1 of 10 Where additional pages are added within the chapter, but the whole chapter is not replaced the new page will be numbered:- e.g. Page 3APages that do not carry any text carry the words:- “Blank Page”The Code contains an amendment sheet which provides the current revisionstatus of amendments, chapters and pages (an example appears below)against which the revision status may be checkedPage revisions are indicated by a change in the number 
 the decimalpoint:- e.g. Rev1.02, Rev1.03, etc., while chapter revisions are indicated by achange in the number 
 the decimal point:- e.g. Rev2.01, Rev3.01, etc.(page revision reverts to 01)

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