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I’ve been asked to comment on the effectiveness of the CHIRP FEEDBACK reports. I note MSF gets a mention is some of them. I’d be interested to know if your organisation uses CHIRP as a source of learning.
John, HSE have produced a Docks Information Sheet titled Ships’ RADAR in Port but the information is equally pertinent to use offshore. It is available online. It says:
“A typical container ship (with a capacity of about 3000 TEU) might have radar sets of 50 kW (3 cm wavelength) and 60 kW (10 cm wavelength), and a smaller vessel such as a tug…[Read more]
In truth no, but the text from ISGOTT re use of Radars is as per below. Could it be the scanner motors and in the case of offshore installations height relative to the installation? Of course, that would only be the case when close to the installation/
“Radar sets, operating on 3 cm and 10 cm wavelengths, are designed with a peak power output of…[Read more]
The forum was created to allow such sharing of information Nicola, so pleased you have used this medium. I will also flag this event at the forthcoming MSF Steering Group Meeting.
John Wibberley Co-Chair