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A Masters Guide to Hatch Cover Maintenance - 5058

A Masters Guide to Hatch Cover Maintenance - 5058

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The Standard
 A Master’s Guide
to Hatch Cover Maintenance
The Standard
Witherby& Co Ltd
The Standard P&I Club’s loss prevention programme focuses on best practice to avert those claimsthat are generally described as avoidable,and which often result from crew error or equipmentfailure.In its continuing commitment to safety at sea and the prevention of accidents,casualties andpollution,the Club issues a variety of publications on safety-related subjects,of which this is one.For more information about these publications please contact either the Managers’ London Agentsor any Charles Taylor office listed at the end of this guide.Our marine vision embraces clients’ expectations of our services.It draws upon the corporate visionand expresses how we wish to work in the future.Our message to our clients is:
Lloyd’s Register understands your business and will work with you to provide solutions that lower your technical and commercial risk to improve your business performance.
In a single phrase,this vision can be defined as:‘Working together to improve businessperformance’.First published by
Witherby & Co Ltd
32-36 Aylesbury Street,London EC1R 0ETTelephone:+44 20 7251 5341,Facsimile:+44 20 7251 1296Email:books@witherbys.co.uk,www.witherbys.com
© Lloyd’s Register – The Standard 2002
British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data
 A Master’s Guide to Hatch Cover MaintenanceISBN 185609 2321
1.Hatch Covers and their Function
2.Basic Advice
3.Common False Beliefs about Hatch Covers
4.Leakage Problems
5.Leak Detection Tests
6.Monitoring and Inspection
7.Maintenance and Repair
8.Heavy Weather Precautions
9.Safety when Working with Hatch Covers
 Appendix 1
Procedures to Open and Close Hatch Covers
 Appendix 2
Hatch Cover Condition Assessment Forms
NOTICE AND TERMS OF USE All rights reserved.No part of this publication may be reproduced,stored in a retrieval system,or transmitted,in anyform or by any means,electronic,mechanical,photocopying,recording or otherwise,without the prior permission ofthe publisher and copyright owner.While the principles discussed and the details given in this book are the product of careful study,the author and thepublisher cannot in any way guarantee the suitably of recommendations made in this book for individual problems,and they shall not be under any legal liability of any kind in respect of or arising out of the form of contents of thisbook or any error therein,or in the reliance of any person thereon.Neither Lloyd’s Register nor any of its officers,employees or agents shall be responsible or liable in negligenceor otherwise howsoever in respect of any inaccuracy or omission herein.Without derogating from the generality of the foregoing neither Lloyd’s Register nor any of its officers,employeesor agents shall be liable for any indirect or consequential loss caused by or arising from any information adviceor inaccuracy or omission herein.
 A Master’s Guide
to Hatch Cover Maintenance

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