What is the difference between ship classification and ISM?

Ship classification is to ensure that the structural strength of the ship and the reliability of its equipment are in accordance with the rules of the classification society, whereas ISM is to ensure that safety and pollution-prevention activities in a Company and its ships are in accordance with a documented safety management system that meets the requirements of the ISM Code.

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