Lifeboat Release & Retrieval Systems (LRRS) Inspections & Services

Lifeboat Release and Retrieval Systems (LRRS) which are not maintained properly and or replaced when needed can lead to serious, if not fatal, injuries. MSS operate a comprehensive inspection and replacement service that ensures your equipment is always in the best condition.

We also offer a wide range of hook release systems which all comply with the very latest IMO regulations. They are compatible with all types of rescue and lifeboats to ensure all seafarers are safe when at sea.

Back in May of 2011, the IMO made amended both SOLAS Chapter III and the LSA code, along with related guidelines instruction all ship builders/owners and manufacturers to replace old systems with  the newest LRRS. This has to be done no later than the next schedule dry dock after 1st July 2014 and completed no later that the 1st July 2019.

In order to fully comply with these regulation changes, we offer the Csafe Hook which is of the very highest quality and delivers the maximum safety performance for most types of lifeboat. We are involved in a worldwide global service network that sees us collaborating with a multitude of authorised service agents which allows us to carry out our comprehensive refit service for all our customers, wherever they may be.

These hook modifications include complete management of the overhaul inspection with the final report, the planning and liaising with all OEMs, lifeboat measuring and calculations, boat/fibreglass modifications, installation of keel shoes and hooks and thorough performance testing.

The key features of the Csafe Hook are;

  • Available for 3.5tons, 5 tons, 8.5 tons, 10 tons and 14 tons
  • Assembly includes waterproof cable
  • Retrofitted to most lifeboat makes
  • User-friendly operating system
  • Constructed using stainless steel and other corrosion resistant materials
  • ‘Fail Safe’ design to deal with all climates and conditions

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