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    Mid-period on duty

    It's me again

    Emergency Response and Rescue Vessels.

    Every ERRV should be provided with adequate stability data in accordance with the load line requirements. Data from the assessment noted in Section 3.1 should be included to demonstrate the ERRV’s stability in the full range of emergency response and routineoperational conditions likely to be encountered and should
    consider:


    Taking the above into account, what does "Mid-period on duty" mean?

    I have not the slightest idea.

    Thank you.

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    Re: Mid-period on duty

    "mid-period on duty" does not appear anywhere in the extract you posted.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Mid-period on duty

    How stupid of me. I will paste the text in once again.

    Every ERRV should be provided with adequate stability data in accordance with the load line requirements. Data from the assessment noted in Section 3.1 should be included to demonstrate the ERRV’s stability in the full range of emergency response and routine operational conditions likely to be encountered and should consider:-

    a) Departure from port to assigned Installation;
    b) Mid-period on duty;
    c) Arrival back in port on completion of maximum standby duty.

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    Re: Mid-period on duty

    I assume it means that the data should be recorded at the beginning of the shift, at the middle of the shift and at the end of the shift. In this case, as shown, that's on departure and on return and once in the middle of that period of "maximum standby duty".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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