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Safety Regulation & Naval Class II

      4/14/2005

The first conference on Safety Regulations and Naval Class was held in 2002. This conference, to be held in London (UK) will follow on from that and draw on the experiences of the past few years.

Changes in national laws and public perceptions, developments in procurement and support, and recent accidents have increasingly led to Navies re-assessing their existing safety management policies. Foremost in supporting the navies in their re-assessments are the Classification Societies. Significant investment has been made by both Navies and Classification Societies in developing these new procedures and has resulted in a far better understanding of the Navies' requirements and the differences between naval requirements and the requirements of national merchant ship administrations. Since the last conference in 2002, warships have been built to comply with Naval Classification rules and kept in "Naval Class”.

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