What will a more detailed inspection consist of?

An in-depth examination of: (1) the areas where clear grounds are established;

(2) the areas relevant to any overriding or unexpected factors; and (3) other areas at random from the following risk areas: documentation; structural condition; watertight/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. The more detailed inspection will take account of the human elements covered by ILO, ISM Code and STCW and include operational controls as appropriate.

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In what circumstances will or may an inspection be an expanded inspection?

What are examples of “clear grounds ” for carrying out a more detailed inspection?