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Marine Safety - Some of the Problems and Suggested Solutions 660416

It is the responsibility of the boating industry to make certain that its marine products are designed and manufactured to operate safely and under almost all conceivable conditions. It is also the industry's responsibility to educate boat operators and the general public in common sense boating practices. However, in attempting to improve boating's safety record, it must be remembered that in the final analysis if the boat operator does not use good judgment or comply with the law, then all the engineering improvements, educational programs, and efficient law enforcement will not prevent boating accidents.

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