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Vessel Particulars Questionnaire for Bulk Oil/Chemical Carriers

Vessel Particulars Questionnaire for Bulk Oil/Chemical Carriers

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OCIMF

Vessel Particulars Questionnaire For Bulk Oil/Chemical Carriers and Gas Carriers

OCIMF

Vessel Particulars Questionnaire For Bulk Oil/Chemical Carriers and Gas Carriers

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OCIMF
Vessel Particulars QuestionnaireForBulk Oil/Chemical CarriersandGas Carriers
(Ist Edition - 1997)
Oil Companies International Marine Forum
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PageIPurpose and Scope3Chapter 1.General Information.4Chapter 2.Certification and Documentation.8Chapter 3.Crew Management.10Chapter 4.Navigation.13Chapter 5.Safety Management.15Chapter 6.Pollution Prevention.16Chapter 7.Structural Condition.18Chapter 8.Cargo and Ballast Handling.19Chapter 9.Inert Gas and Crude Oil Washing.29Chapter 10.Mooring.30Chapter 11.Communications and Electronics.36Chapter 12.Engine Room and Steering Gear.37Chapter 13.Ship-to-Ship Transfer Information.39Chapter 14.Chemical Carrier Information.40Chapter 15.Gas Carrier Information.41
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IPURPOSE AND SCOPEBackground
This Vessel Particulars Questionnaire asks over 700 separate questions about ship particulars and required or customary on board documents which are of a permanent or semi-permanent nature, primarily related to safety and pollution prevention. Thequestions are indexed by numbers and are logically grouped into separate Chapters.This Document is intended for use by entities which have a need to inspect ships, such as prospective charterers, terminal operators and port State entities.It is intended that this Questionnaire be answered by the ship Operator 
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and be madeavailable to the inspecting party either prior to the shipboard inspection or during thecourse of such inspection. The foregoing will allow the inspector to have at handcomplete and presumably up to date ship information which the Inspector may need or find helpful during the ship inspection.
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Instructions for Use of Questionnaire
For questions requiring a yes or no, the Operator should delete either the “Yes” or the“No” in the question answer box. If a particular question or request for information isnot applicable, the Operator should make a notation of N/A in the question answer box.All measurements should be given in metric units. If for any reason metric units cannot be used, this should be clearly indicated. ______________________ 
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The term Operator as used in this Document means the company or entity which exercises day-to-dayoperational control of, and responsibility for, a ship. The registered owner may or may not be theoperator 
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OCIMF has established a
Ship Inspection Report (SIRE) Programme
which enables OCIMF Members tosubmit their inspection reports to OCIMF for OCIMF’s distribution to OCIMF Members and certainqualifying non-OCIMF members. This Programme incorporates the use and distribution of thisQuestionnaire under special guidelines. Information about the foregoing can be obtained by interested parties by contacting The SIRE Programme Manager, 96 Victoria Street, London SWIE 5JW, England.Tel +44-171-245-3006. Fax +44-171-3370
Chapter 1.GENERAL INFORMATION
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