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Reducing the risk of propulsion loss

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Reducing the risk of propulsion loss

The purpose of this lesson is to provide general guidance and practical advice to marine engineers and ship owners on blackout and main engine failures, the risks associated with propulsion loss and the precautions to manage these risks.

The purpose of this lesson is to provide general guidance and practical advice to marine engineers and ship owners on blackout and main engine failures, the risks associated with propulsion loss and the precautions to manage these risks.

It is not intended to replace official IMO regulations and guidance notes or any document that forms part of a vessel’s safety management system.

POSSIBLE CAUSES OF PROPULSION LOSS
POSSIBLE CAUSES OF MAIN ENGINE FAILURE
POSSIBLE CAUSES OF ALTERNATOR FAILURE
POSSIBLE CAUSES OF EMERGENCY GENERATOR FAILURE
POSSIBLE CAUSES OF BLACKOUTS

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Created Date: 09-02-2018
Last Updated Date: 09-02-2018
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