What is Code Of Safe Working Practices For Merchant Seamen and its contents?

This code provides a sound basis upon which the concerned can establish and maintain safe working conditions on board ships at sea and in port and designed to reduce the number of accidents.
Published for the maritime and coastguard agency under licence  from the controller of her majesties stationery office.

CONTENTS
SECTION1: SAFETY,RESPONSIBLITIES/SHIPBOARD MANAGEMENT

CHAPTER 1:      Risk assessment.
CHAPTER 2:     Health surveillance.
CHAPTER 3:     Safety officials.
CHAPTER 4:     Personal protective equipment.
CHAPTER 5:     Safety signs.
CHAPTER 6:     Means of access and safe movement.
CHAPTER 7:     Work equipment.

SECTION 2: PERSONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY.

CHAPTER 8:     Safety Induction.
CHAPTER 9:     Fire Precautions.
CHAPTER 10:   Emergency Procedures.
CHAPTER 11:   Security On Board.
CHAPTER 12:   Living On Board.
CHAPTER 13:   Safe Movement.
CHAPTER 14:   Food Preperation And Handling.

SECTION 3: WORK ACTIVITIES.

CHAPTER 15:    Safe Systems Of Work.
CHAPTER 16:    Permit To Work Systems.
CHAPTER 17:    Entering Enclosed And Confined Spaces.
CHAPTER 18:    Boarding Arrangements.
CHAPTER 19:    Manual Handling.
CHAPTER 20:    Use Of Work Equipment.
CHAPTER 21:    Lifting Plant.
CHAPTER 22:    Mantainence.
CHAPTER 23:    Hotwork.
CHAPTER 24:    Painting.
CHAPTER 25:    Anchoring, Mooring And Towing Operations.
CHAPTER 26:    Hatch Covers And Access Lids.
CHAPTER 27:    Hazardous Substances.
CHAPTER 28:    Use Of Safety Signs.

SECTION 4: SPECIALIST SHIPS.

CHAPTER 29:    Dry Cargo Ships.
CHAPTER 30:   Tankers And Other Ships Carrying Bulk Liquid Cargoes.
CHAPTER 31:    Ships Serving Offshore Gas And Oil Installations.
CHAPTER 32:    Ro-Ro Ferries.
CHAPTER 33:    Port Towage Industry.

SECTION 5: APPENDIXES

Appendix 1:    STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS REFERED TO IN THIS CODE.
Appendix 2:    Bibliography.  

AMIT KUMAR