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1.Publications.
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Descriptions of publications on board
Carriage of nautical publications ;Section A
 – Publications which must be carried by sea-going passenger vessels and all other vessels over 300 gross tons.1.International code of signals.2.The mariners hand-book.
Section A
– Publications for which only those parts relevant to a vessel’s voyage and operationmust be carried.1.merchant shipping notices, marine guidance notes and marine information notes.2.Notices to mariners.3.Lists of radio signals.4.Lists of lights.5.Sailing directions.6.Nautical almanac.7.Navigational tables.8.Tide tables.9.Tidal stream atlases.10.Operating and maintenance instructions for nabvigatiional aids carried. 
Ships Routeing:
Part A: General, Design Criteria And Symbols.Part B: Tss.Part C: Deep Water Routes.Part D: Area To Be Avoided.Part E: Other Routeing Measures.Part F: Associated Rules And Recommendations Of Navigation.
 
Mariner’s Handbook: Np 100.
Chapter 1: Charts, Navigational Information, Supply Of Charts, Nav Warnings Etc.Chapter 2: Use Of Charts And Other Nav Aids, Fixing Positions On Charts, Light And FogSignals, Buoyage, Echo Sounding Etc.Chapter 3: Operational Information And Regulations.Chapter 4: The Sea.
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Chapter 5: Meteorology.Chapter 6: Sea - Ice - Icebergs.Chapter 7: Operations In Polar Regions Where Ice Is Prevalent.Chapter 8: Observing And Reporting Hydro Information.
 
Code Of Safe Working Practices For Merchant Seamen:
This Code Provides A Sound Basis Upon Which The Concerned Can Establish And MaintainSafe Working Conditions On Board Ships At Sea And In Port And Designed to Reduce TheNumber Of Accidents.Published For The Maritime And Coastguard Agency Under License From The Controller Of Her Majesties Stationery Office.
Contents Being :
Section 1: Safety Responsiblities/Shipboard Management.
Chpt 1: Risk Assessment.Chpt 2: Health Surveillance.Chpt 3: Safety Officials.Chpt 4: Personal Protective Equipment.Chpt 5: Safety Signs.Chpt 6: Means Of Access And Safe Movement.Chpt 7: Work Equipment.
Section 2: Personal Health And Safety.
Chpt 8: Safety Induction.Chpt 9: Fire Precautions.Chpt 10: Emergency Procedures.Chpt 11: Security On Board.Chpt 12: Living On Board.Chpt 13: Safe Movement.Chpt 14: Food Preperation And Handling
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Section 3: Work Activities.
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