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CO Detection on Boats
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British Marine CO detection on boats presentation

Guidance from British Marine regarding CO detection on boats. This presentation was made at the British Marine Inland Boatbuilding AGM on Tuesday 10th October 2017 by leigh Greenham BSc CEng MIET in association with the Council of Gas Detection and Environmental Monitoring.

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Floating Leisure Articles Legislation - Floating Leisure Articles placed on the market within the European Union

As a benefit to British Marine members, this report details Floating Leisure Articles placed on the market within the European Union

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Technical Report 114

Technical Report 114


Contact: Ross Wombwell
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Eberspaecher presentation on the risks of DIY Installation.

Eberspaecher presentation on the risks of DIY Installation.

Contact: technical
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British Marine Technical Report 112

British Marine Technical Report 112. A summary of the marine industries developments since report 111 was released in January. The technical report contains updates on RCD and EU law, compliance and standards, MCA notices, HSE updates, funding opportunities, etc. and is relevant for those who need to stay on top of technical, environmental and manufacturing legislation, standards and processes.

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Health and Safety Guide - Boat Use at Work

A wide range of BMF members use boats in the course of their businesses. This use can be a relatively small part of the businesses activities, or the principal activity such as with a sailing school. Small or large, the use of boats of any type requires careful consideration of safety, particularly when members of the public are involved. There is a complex quantity of legislation governing boats and their use which businesses have to be aware of and respond to.

Contact: S Vayro
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Health and Safety Guide - Boat Building and Repairs

British Marine members in the boat building and repair sectors represent a broad range of company sizes, products and services. This business area frequently requires skills in a number of areas, and achieving good health and safety standards, and the business benefits they bring in the most economical way can be a challenge, particularly for the smaller companies.

Contact: S Vayro
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Health and Safety Guide - Marinas and Boatyards

Marinas and boatyards present a particularly challenging and complex environment for putting in place safety management arrangements which fulfill legal, moral and business needs without being unduly complicated, restrictive to marina users’ activities or expensive.

Contact: S Vayro
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Health and Safety Guide for Members

As part of its services to members, British Marine have for many years provided a health and safety manual which gave guidance on a very wide range of health and safety topics.

Contact: S Vayro
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Tidal Thames Checklist

Guidance documents for Hire Boats applying for the PLA tidal Thames transit license.

Contact: Sarah Hayes
Price to British Marine Members: Free
Price to Non British Marine Members: £180.00