Onboard alarms are often ignored

A survey conducted by the Shipowners' Club raises concerns about false alarms on board Photo: Shipowners' Club

Frequent false alarms are a problem for the majority of seafarers, according to the results of a study into the effectiveness of bridge alarms conducted by the Shipowners’ Club and the University of London.

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