Good Prospect of Being Recovered, Rescued and Taken to a Place of Safety

Good prospect of being recovered, rescued and taken to a place of safety means arrangements designed to give a good probability – in all but the most severe storm conditions and sea states – of rescuing, recovering and taking to a place of safety persons who have to evacuate or escape from an installation, or who fall overboard or are involved in a helicopter ditching on take-off or landing.

Source: Prevention of Fire and Explosion, and Emergency Response on Offshore Installations, Offshore Installations (Prevention of Fire and Explosion, and Emergency Response) Regulations 1995, Approved Code of Practice and guidance (UK HSE L65), Second Edition, 1997. Regulatory Guidance

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