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HAVEN

A place of safety for vessels

HARMFUL INTERFERENCE

Any emission, radiation or induction which endangers the functioning of a radionavigation service or of other safety services or seriously degrades, obstructs or repeatedly inter- rupts a radio-communication service operating in accordance with the International Telecommunications Union Regulations.

SOLAS

International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, as amended

GOVERNOR SAFETY STOP

On throttling-type governors, the safety stop is a weighted arm that needs the support of a governor belt. If the belt breaks, the idler arm drops and shuts the steam supply valve to the engine. On Corliss units, the flyballs fall to the lowest position and knock off the safety cams; the cams disengage the catch blocks on the steam intake valves so that no steam is admitted to the engine.

OUTWARD BOUND

To leave the safety of port, heading for the open ocean.

SAFE HARBOUR

A harbour which provides safety from bad weather

INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION

A Specialized Agency of the United Nations responsible for maritime safety and efficiency of navigation. The IMO provides for cooperation among governments in the field of governmental regulations and practices relating to technical matters of all kinds affecting shipping engaged in international trade: to encourage the general adoption of the highest practicable standards in matters concerning maritime safety, efficiency of navigation, and the prevention and control of marine pollution from ships, and to deal with legal matters related to the purposes set out in Article 1 of the Convention.

SAMSA

South African Maritime Safety Authority.

SAFETY RELIEF VALVE

An automatic pressure actuated relieving device suitable for use as either a safety or relief valve, depending on application.

BOATSWAIN'S CHAIR

A short board or swatch of heavy canvas, secured in a bridle of ropes, used to hoist a man aloft or over the ship's side for painting and similar work. Modern boatswain's chairs incorporate safety harnesses to prevent the occupant from falling.
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