Maritime safety is concerned with the protection of life and property through regulation, management and technology development of all forms of waterborne transportation. It is a broad term including everything from ship construction to maintenance to how professional the crews are. It is always the shipping company’s overall responsibility to provide optimal conditions and resources for propelling the ship safely at sea.
Example, It takes 60 seconds for an adult and 20 seconds for a child to drown. By having marine equipment such as a lifejacket or lifebuoy at your workplace, you can save somebody from drowning because it doesn’t take long.
We at Safetylab provide a wide range of high-quality marine equipment as we cherish life.
List of compliance:
ISO 12402-3:2006 – SPECIFIES THE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR LIFEJACKETS,
PERFORMANCE LEVEL 150. IT APPLIES TO LIFEJACKETS USED BY
ADULTS OR CHILDREN.
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