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These Regulations relate to offshore installations to which the Mineral Workings (Offshore Installations) Act 1971 applies.
The Regulations require an official logbook to be maintained in respect of each installation and entries to be made therein of occurrences relating to the safety of the installation and the safety, health and welfare of persons on or working from the installation or the safety of persons in its neighbourhood. Completed logbooks are to be returned to the Department of Trade and Industry.
The Regulations also provide for the maintenance on board each installation and ashore of records of persons on or working from the installation and for the making of returns to the Registrar General of Shipping and Seamen of the death or loss of any person on or from the installation. An obligation is also imposed on the installation owner to inform the next-of-kin or the employer of the deceased or lost person.
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