Gaming which practice reduces the risk of a boating emergency?

which practice reduces the risk of a boating emergency?

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Boating is a fun and relaxing way to enjoy the summer, but accidents happen and there are many potential emergency situations that can arise.

Some of these emergencies include: somebody falls overboard into water without life-saving equipment, someone passes out or has to leave their boat, electrical failures happen that cause boats to stop moving or drift away from shore, illnesses and injuries affect members of the boating party.

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For every one of these emergency situations there are precautions you can take before they occur which reduce your risk for facing a boating emergency.

The following precautions are recommended to eliminate risks during boating.

This information is not intended as a substitute for the experience and judgement of physicians or other licensed professionals. Consult your physician or other licensed professional before implementing any of the recommendations described here. Any user of this information does so at his or her own risk. The U.S. Coast Guard, its employees and agents do not assume responsibility or liability for personal injury, property damage, or boating accidents related to the use of this information.

This material is copyright and no permission for its reproduction or distribution by any means is granted. Those who choose to breach this notice are liable to prosecution. Copyright is secured under the Berne Convention Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 • All rights reserved • Reproduction by permission only • Rights in the original of this work have been assigned to RNIB • RNIB takes no responsibility for incidental omissions or inaccurate information. Please check with official sources before publication where accuracy is important.

The British government has always been in the forefront of international copyright issues. They are not known to have ever relinquished or waived any rights under copyright, including the right to claim damages in respect of such breaches. Nicola Gemmell’s article is based on a short guide written by RNIB at the request of the British government some years ago, but has been published on several websites. None have credited her and she is seeking attribution for her work.

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This background information was supplied by:

http://www.gamebirdconservation.org/GBC/guidance/safety.htm

A copy of the original guide, published by RNIB and distributed by the British government in 2008 or 2009, has been requested. A copy is available for download from the UK web site: http://www.britishcouncil.org/patents-royalty/copyright-and-trade-marks/copyright.aspx

In 2007, two British MPs published advice on protecting copyright in publications relating to animal health and welfare:

A search of the UK Patent Office website failed to reveal any previous applications or related patents relating to my article (or that of RNIB).

In February 2011, a correspondent wrote to me asking for permission to use my article. I declined his request: “[I will not grant you use of my article] because it can easily be misinterpreted. It is geared toward the British market and the UK government is the only one that has permission to distribute it. Also, it promotes the RNIB which is a nonprofit organization funded by government and private sources. You never know what nefarious client or company in your country might use this information against you.” He indicated he was acquainted with people at RNIB and they might be interested in translating my article into French to distribute in their neighbor markets.

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In April 2011, a correspondent wrote to me asking for permission to translate my article into Spanish and distribute it in his country. I declined his request: “[I will not grant you use of my article] because it can easily be misinterpreted. It is geared toward the British market and the UK government is the only one that has permission to distribute it. Also, it promotes the RNIB which is a nonprofit organization funded by government and private sources. You never know what nefarious client or company in your country might use this information against you.” He indicated he was acquainted with people at RNIB and they might be interested in translating my article into French to distribute in their neighbor markets.

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