International Code of Signals
IMO, 1985 - Merchant marine - 175 pages
The International Code of Signals provides a means of communication in situations related to the safety both of navigation and people. This, the latest revision, dates from 1987. It is on today's Daily List because it has been newly added to the portfolio of TSO publications.
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