What's inside the guide
In the continuous drive to improve maritime safety, the regulatory bodies of the maritime industry strive to improve gas detection and measurement on board ships by introducing new regulations.
Carrying effective gas detection equipment – and making sure that equipment is performing – is an essential and potentially lifesaving consideration. Making sure your crew and your vessel are always safe from harmful gases is vital, so a portable gas detector is an important piece of equipment. We’ve come a long way since the 19th and early 20th centuries. Now gas detection methods are much more precise
This guide outlines some of the issues associated with gas detection, what operators must be aware of in terms of regulations and the actual process of calibrating gas detection equipment. It also looks at the challenges faced by operators and how to significantly reduce costs while increasing safety and efficiency.
- Common Costs
- On-Shore Calibration
- Onboard Calibration
- Price Comparison: On-shore vs Onboard
- Calibration Gases
- No Calibration