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Safety at Sea - a Review of Norwegian Activities
1 Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute (MARINTEK), Norway
2 Norwegian Coastal Administration, Troms and Finnmark Region, Honningsvaag, Norway
ABSTRACT: This paper offers a brief review of recent and ongoing Norwegian activities aimed at improving safety at sea, focusing primarily on waters under Norwegian administration. Our discussion of international activities is mostly limited to ongoing IMO Polar Code efforts and Arctic Council search and rescue topics.
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Citation note:
Berg T.E., Kvamstad B., Kjersem F.: Safety at Sea - a Review of Norwegian Activities. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 195-201, 2011

Other publications of authors:

B. Kvamstad, K.E. Fjortoft, F. Bekkadal, A.V. Marchenko, J.L. Ervik

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