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 Offshore Vessel Operations in Ice and/or Severe Sub-Zero Temperatures First Edition 2014
Guidance to operators and charterers of offshore support vessels employed for use in areas impacted by ice or severe sub-zero temperatures with the aim of encouraging high standards of safety and environmental protection for those operating in Arctic and Sub-Arctic regions.
The recommendations contained in this paper are intended to embrace the full range of vessel types and services associated with offshore support activities. While much of the guidance will apply to all vessels, section 4.3 addresses the specific issues
associated with a particular type of vessel or its operation. It should be noted that the guidance may not be particularly relevant to vessel activities associated with port services, such as the provision of tug or icebreaking support in port areas. Downlaod the guidance HERE