IMO MSC / MEPC Resolutions and Circulars 2016 (eBook - network) 10 users network

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March 2016

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IMO MSC / MEPC Resolutions and Circulars 2016 (eBook - network) 10 users network

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IMO Resolutions and MSC MEPC Res-Circs 2015.


Inlcuding the 27th Session 2011 which contains, amongst others, resolutions pertaining to:

- Code of safe practice for ships carrying timber deck cargoes, 2011 (2011 TDC Code)
- International Code on the enhanced programme of inspections during surveys of bulk carriers and oil tankers, 2011 (2011 ESP Code)
- Procedures for port State control, 2011
- Code for the implementation of mandatory IMO instruments, 2011.

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MEPC Circulars

IMO MEPC (Marine Environment Protection Committee) Circulars. (2002 - March 2014)


MEPC Resolutions

IMO MEPC (Marine Environment Protection Committee) Resolution (all).


MSC Circulars

IMO MSC (Marine Safety Committee) Circulars. (2002 - March 2014)


IMO Resolutions

IMO MSC (Marine Safety Committee) Resolutions (all)

Title: IMO MSC / MEPC Resolutions and Circulars 2016 (eBook - network) 10 users network
Product Code: WS9004EC
Published Date: March 2016

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