Wearable VHF radio station
Wearable VHF two-way radio is the equipment of rescue equipment and provides communication at the disaster site between the floating rescue equipment and rescue ships. It can also be used to work on board the ship at the appropriate frequencies.
Radio stations are installed in a place from where they can be quickly transferred to a lifeboat or raft.
In the ship's alarm schedule, the person responsible for carrying VHF stations to life-saving equipment should be indicated.
The battery must have sufficient power to ensure operation for 8 hours with increased nominal power and 48 hours of operation in the receive mode.
The source can be a non-rechargeable battery with a shelf life of at least two years, or a battery.