TT Club examines enclosed space incidents on ships

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The issue of enclosed space incidents on ships continues to plague the industry, involving both seafarers and shore-based workers. 

Ships at sea are governed by the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) and are required to operate within the International Safety Management (ISM) Code that mandates the establishment of safety objectives and a Safety Management System (SMS).

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