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The Naval Handbook for Survivors

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The Naval Handbook for Survivors

The Naval Handbook for Survivors


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Abandoning ship is a team effort to enable as many people as possible to survive by using lifesaving equipment effectively. Naval ships are exposed to extreme hazards so survival training is taken seriously at all levels. This handbook complements training given concerning the 25 person life rafts. It covers: evacuation, inflation, equipment, communications, search and rescue, survival techniques, landing in remote areas, how to collect water and avoid heat stroke or hypothermia. 
ISBN
9781870077798
Author
Royal Navy
Published by
Nautical Institute
Publication Date
2007
Edition
Third edition
Publisher's Ref
0296
Format
Paperback
Extent
82 pages
Approx Weight
0.6 kg
HS Code
490199