Sixth edition ICS Bridge Procedures Guide

Sep 30 2021


ICS are pleased to announce that the new edition of the ICS Bridge Procedures Guide is now available to pre-order.

Place your order of the sixth edition of this bestselling guide today. Ebooks are available from Witherbys and Weilbach.

 

For over 40 years, the ICS Bridge Procedures Guide has reflected and defined current best practice on the bridges of merchant ships operating in all sectors and trades. Now in its sixth edition, it is widely acknowledged as the leading industry guidance on safe bridge procedures and is a recommended carriage on all vessels by the International Maritime Organization (IMO). 

 

The new edition will be published in January 2022 at an RRP of £160.

 



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