This 216 page colour reference book is given to each delegate attending the "Essential Dry-Docking course" for reference during and after the course. Fully illustrated with charts, tables, photographs and diagrams, it provides practical and essential information needed to successfully prepare, plan, and execute a comprehensive Dry-Docking.
This 158 page colour reference book is given to each delegate attending the "Hull Inspection-Damage and Repair" course for reference during and after the course. Fully illustrated with charts, tables, photographs and diagrams, it provides practical and essential information needed to help delegates to understand the different types of defects and damages that occur in ship structures.
This illustrated reference book explains the periodical and special surveys that make up the classification process and describes the major international Conventions and Codes that cover safety, security and the environment, plus their associated surveys. Combining easy to understand overviews, in-depth technical information and practical advice, this is aimed at all those directly or indirectly involved with ship operation, whatever their experience, whether newcomers or experienced professionals. Solely for use for delegates attending the MTS Classification and Statutory course.
In response to suggestions from customers, this pocket guide is designed to accompany the Hull Inspection Damage and Repair course notes. This pocket guide acts as a memory aid for delegates when they carry out inspections. It reminds delegates of the key concepts learnt in the course and helps them reach the best repair solution. It is printed in pocket size on waterproof and tearproof paper for practical use during inspections.