What is the minimum scope of an expanded inspection?

Documentation; structural condition; weather tight condition; emergency systems; radio communication; cargo operations; fire safety; alarms; living and working conditions;

navigation equipment; life saving appliances; dangerous goods; propulsion and auxiliary machinery; pollution prevention. In addition, subject to practical feasibility or any constraints relating to the safety of persons, the ship or the port, an expanded inspection will include verification of specific items of risk areas depending on the type of vessel inspected.


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