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LR and UK P&I Club launch Life-Saving Appliances app

Lloyd's Register (LR) and the UK P&I Club have released a Life-Saving Appliances pocket checklist app to help ensure that ship personnel are trained in how to inspect, maintain and operate life-saving equipment.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}The app also includes a list of common deficiencies to help ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and help reduce the risk of port state control detentions.

The app is one of a series of six pocket checklist apps, consisting of: ILO MLC, ISM & ISPS, Marine Fire Safety, Marine Pollution Prevention Port State Inspections, and now Life-Saving Appliances. All are available on iPhone, iPad and Android devices.

The apps include functionality that enable ships’ crews and their managers to view necessary legislative and regulatory requirements, save checklists, check off completed activities, add notes/images and send completed checklists via e-mail.

“Today’s seafarers have demonstrated the need for portable, interactive and paperless solutions to on board safety related issues. The success of this series of apps helps to reinforce LR as one of the highest performing Recognised Organisations in the Paris and Tokyo MOU regions,” said Robert Brindle, LR’s principal specialist on Port State Control.

“LR’s aspiration is to continue to provide software solutions such as the apps, helping to ensure compliance with the latest regulations.”{/mprestriction}

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