What is the difference between the manager level and operational level on a ship?

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Asked on June 8, 2021
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Management level means the level of responsibility associated with:

.2.1 serving as master, chief mate, chief engineer officer or second engineer officer on board a seagoing ship, and
.2.2 ensuring that all functions within the designated area of responsibility are properly performed;

Operational level means the level of responsibility associated with:
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3.1 serving as officer in charge of a navigational or engineering watch or as designated duty engineer for periodically unmanned machinery spaces or as radio operator on board a seagoing ship, and
.3.2 maintaining direct control over the performance of all functions within the designated area of responsibility in accordance with proper procedures and under the direction of an individual serving in the management level for that area of responsibility;

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