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Pilot Ladder 30 month retest explainer


published on 4 March 2024 1058 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Fathom Safety". Originally published on 2024-01-17.
When a pilot ladder reaches its 30 month anniversary it needs a retest certificate. It must be returned to the manufacturer or an approved testing station to be weight tested and inspected.

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abbas khaksar Belgium
on 7 March 2024, 21:20 UTC

In my opinion Pilot Ladder as a means of safe access to the ship must be subject to class surveyor's inspection for annual cargo ship safety equipment survey , not exceeding 15 months ( i.e.+3 months window of annual survey) or at intermediate cargo ship safety equipment survey .
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