What does an ISM auditor usually want to check on board a ship?

All records, checklists and files; ISM manuals and corrections to manuals; ship’s safety and fire-fighting equipment; navigational and machinery manuals; charts; log books; reports; standing orders; posters and placards; bridge procedures; maintenance and repair schedules and records; spares, etc.

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