KB946E - E-Reader: A Pocket Guide to Cold Water Survival, 2012 - English

KB946E - E-Reader: A Pocket Guide to Cold Water Survival, 2012 - English

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  • SKU: KB946E
  • ISBN: 9789280115659
  • Product Type: E-Reader
  • Manufacturer: IMO Publishing

This guidance is intended primarily for seafarers. It provides information which will help you if you are unlucky enough to fall into cold water, or have to enter it in an emergency, or have to use survival craft in cold conditions. It also provides information which will help seafarers, trained as first-aid providers, to treat those rescued from cold conditions.

This guide briefly examines the hazards of exposure to the cold that may endanger life, and provides advice based on the latest medical and scientific opinion on how to prevent or minimize those dangers. It is a sad fact that people continue to die at sea through a lack of this knowledge. Knowing what is likely to happen if you are exposed to cold water is a survival aid in itself. A thorough understanding of the information contained in this booklet may some day save your life - or someone else's.

Once you have purchased this e-product, you CANNOT download it from the IMRF website.

The IMRF will set up your account at IMO Publishing and send you the login credentials by e-mail. 

You can then download your e-product from your IMO Publishing Account. 

If you already have an IMO Publishing Account, the IMRF will add your purchased e-product to your account, and send you and e-mail when the e-product is ready for download.

This IMO digital publication (e-reader) is in EBK format for use on a single computer/laptop with our Windows-based e-reader software, "The IMO Bookshelf". 

If you have not already have this software installed on their computer, it can be downloaded, free of charge here: http://www.imo.org/en/Publications/Pages/Bookshelf.aspx.

NB: Your customer may print 10% of the text (approx. a chapter) at a time from a single title with a maximum of 75 pages per day across all titles.