The Standard P&I Club Condition Survey

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Ships Name: Survey Type: Survey Port: Date: Survey Company: Surveyor: Contents Section 1 – Ship Information & Interim Report Section 2 – ISM Section 3 – Hull and Machinery Survey Section 4 – Marpol Section 5 – Cargo Section 6 – Bridge Section 7 – Personal Safety Section 8 – Manning Section 9 – Security
Disclaimer This report, and any accompanying documentation or photographs, has been compiled for the sole internal use of the Standard P&I Club ("the Club") for insurance purposes only and should not be disclosed to third parties without the Club's prior written permission. The information contained in this report, and any accompanying documentation or photographs, together with the terms of any insurance cover provided by the Club prior to or following the survey, do not constitute representations as to the condition of the ship or the standards of operation, and should not be relied upon by the member or by any other party as any assurance, representation or warranty of such matters. Nothing herein shall prejudice the Club’s rights under the insurance policy in the event of a dispute between the Club and the member relating to the condition of the ship or the standards of operation. The Club, its managers and the surveyor shall in no circumstances be responsible to any other person for any loss or damage or liability howsoever caused arising from the use of this report or the information it contains. 9 October 2009

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Section 1 - Ship Information & Interim Report
Name: IMO No. Flag: Ship Type: Owners: Technical Managers:

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Date of last change of technical Management or ownership
Current Classification Society Class Notation Previous Classification Society: GRT (t) DWT (t) LBP (m) Main Engine Diesel Generators Year built: Place of Build: Recent cargoes carried: Recent ports of call Trading pattern Risk Profile

kW Rating:

Low Hull Failure Ballast tank/cargo tank failure Cargo contamination Off specification liquid cargo Piping failure Machinery failure Lifting equipment failure Accidental pollution Injury because of unsafe working Injury because of unsafe equipment / environment ISM deficiencies Machinery space fire Nautical errors Potential competence issues

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General comments on ship condition and survey findings Ship description and history ISM Maintenance Hull and decks Tanks, cargo spaces and hatches

Machinery spaces Marpol compliance Bridge Safety

Accommodation Manning Security Summary

Defects and recommendations

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Section 2 - International Safety Management (ISM)
When did a Superintendent last visit the ship? (Date) * Did the Superintendant leave a report? (Y/N)? * Did the Master receive a briefing prior to joining this ship? (Y/N) * Has the Master/Chief Engineer issued any of the following written operational instructions for: (i)Watchkeeping (Y/N) * (ii)Ship safety (Y/N) * Did the Master/Chief Engineer receive adequate handover on joining? (Y/N) * Is the SMS written in a language understood by the Officers/Crew? * Date of last ISM revision? * Does the Master/Chief Engineer issue Standing Orders/Night Orders? (Y/N) * Do the Ship’s Owners or Managers conduct Risk Assessments? (Y/N) * Date last Risk Assessment: * Do the Ship’s Owners or Managers conduct Hazard Identification? (Y/N) * Do the Ship’s Owners or Managers conduct Safety Audits? (Y/N) * Do they cover hazardous ship operations (hot work / tank entry / electrical work etc)? * Date last Permit to Work? * Date last external ISM Audit and by whom: * What were the significant non conformities? * Are effective internal audits carried out? (Y/N); Last date? * What recommendations were left with the Master? * Does the Master carryout an effective ISM review? (Y/N) * Are onboard management meetings conducted? (Y/N) * Does the ship have a formal defect and incident reporting system? * Are critical equipment levels monitored/reported? * Do owners/managers issue fleet notices covering technical/safety issues? * Who is the ships Safety Officer and what training is given? * Is a safety committee meeting held onboard at regular intervals (2 months)? (Y/N) * Are safety meeting minutes forwarded to Owners/Managers ashore and are they acknowledged? (Y/N) * Are safety minutes circulated onboard / pinned up on a notice board? (Y/N) * Does the Master complete accident/near miss reports? (Y/N) * How many reports have been issued in the last two years * How frequent are emergency drills conducted? * Are debriefs carried out following ship fire drills? (Y/N) * Do contingency drills involve coordination with the management office? (Y/N) * Do you consider the ship's crew could deal with an emergency situation? (Y/N) * Does the Contingency Plan detail office contacts and emergency services? (Y/N) * Is there a ballast management policy and records of ballasting? * Is there an environmental protection plan? * Do manning levels ensure records of work regulations are followed? (Y/N) * Are STCW working hours effectively recorded? (Y/N) * Is it apparent that the ISM procedures are followed? (Y/N) * Does the ship have a good safety culture? (Y/N) *

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Surveyor’s Comments on ISM Compliance

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Section 3 - Hull & Machinery Survey
Certificates and Class Surveys Are all statutory certificates, including annual surveys up to date? What conditions of class are imposed? Date of last Special Survey/Docking Survey: Has the ship been detained by PSC in the last two years? Has the ship been layed up in the past three years * * * * *

Hull Construction Describe the type of hull, with details of bulkheads and framing, listing materials and original thickness dimensions (incl. high tensile steel) used in the construction of shell, decks and frames:

Are holds strengthened for heavy cargoes? Ice strengthened? Are cargo spaces able to carry fluids (non tankers)? Maintenance Is there a structured planned maintenance programme for deck/engine dept? Is the PMS class approved? Does the system incorporate a spare parts inventory/ordering facility? How often are PMS records submitted to office? Do officers appear familiar with the PMS? Can a list of overdue maintenance be provided? Are ballast tanks and hatch covers (if fitted) included in PMS? Is the maintenance of a satisfactory standard? Is critical equipment maintenance conducted by the crew or manufacturers?

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Briefly outline the corrosion control policy for the external hull, cargo spaces and ballast tanks:

Are critical spare part levels acceptable and monitored as part of the SMS? (Y/N) Is there a policy of spare part supply (i.e. direct from manufactures?) * Surveyor’s comments and deficiencies noted:

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Hull Condition What is the condition of the deck plating? (GOOD/FAIR/POOR) Are hull markings clearly marked and legible? Advise % area not covered by paint? Shell (P)* % Shell (S)* Are there any sharp indents or buckling on the shell or deck? (Y/N) Is there evidence of steel renewal / temporary repairs (doubler plate)?

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Advise average depth and frequency of pitting: Shell – Depth * mm Frequency * Deck – Depth * mm Frequency * Are there areas of localised accelerated corrosion? Is there any added reinforcement around openings in the deck? (Y/N) The hull's condition is? (VERY POOR/POOR/FAIR/GOOD) Surveyor’s comments and deficiencies noted: * * *

Openings in the Deck Are pipe and hatch penetrations corroded at main deck connection? (Y/N) Are air pipe headers well maintained and marked? (Y/N) Are access hatch doors, gaskets, dogs and plating in good condition? (Y/N) Are air pipes and sounding pipes free from damage/deficiency/corrosion? (Y/N) Evidence of air pipe headers opened and internally examined? Is the ballast and fire main free from corrosion and leakage? (Y/N) Are hydraulic pipes free from corrosion and/or leakage (incl. hydraulic rams)? (Y/N)

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Lifting Appliances/Machinery Are cranes, derricks including winches, blocks, wires, shackles and connecting points free from apparent wear and tear? (Y/N) * Is windlass, mooring winches and other machinery in apparent good order? (Y/N) * Date of last windlass load test? * Are adequate mooring practices followed? * Is the mooring area non slip? (Y/N) * Are the mooring lines / wires in good condition? (Y/N) * Do lifting appliances, wires, blocks and shackles have valid test certificates? (Y/N) * Do they appear well maintained and greased? (Y/N) * Is the gangway, its motor and wires in apparent good order/correctly rigged? (Y/N) * Is the anchor cable and anchor securing arrangements in good condition? (Y/N) * Surveyor’s comments and deficiencies noted:

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Ballast Tanks Describe ballast tank configuration including number of tanks

Do Class records indicate ballast tanks have significant corrosion? Carry out an inspection of ballast tanks and report on their condition. If there evidence of wastage, cracking or buckling? Describe the condition of deck longitudinals, stringer plates and scallop holes: Tank No. A B C D E F G H I J K L M Anode wastage (%) Cleanliness Coating condition Steelwork condition Connecting trunks Pipe work condition Distortion? Oil contamination Structure detached? Valves and spindles Doublers? Access condition Overall condition

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Does the crew conduct ballast tank inspections and if so at what frequency? Are condition reports maintained onboard and sent to the office? Is there a class approved ballast management plan? Does it address stability, pollution and longitudinal strength issues? Are ballasting operational records maintained? Are ballast tank soundings frequently carried out and recorded? Surveyor’s comments and deficiencies noted:

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Cargo spaces – dry cargo ships Carry out an inspection of cargo holds and report on corrosion, buckling and general condition: (Examine at least one forward, middle and after hold) Cargo Hold Structure Coating Temporary repairs Access ladders Water leakage Bilge system function test Sounding pipes Sound pipe protection Grooving on shell frames Cargo lashing points

Are holds suitable for water sensitive, grain and the intended cargoes? (Y/N) Surveyor’s comments and deficiencies noted:

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Cargo Hatch Covers and Coamings Describe the hatch cover design and closing arrangements:

Carry out an inspection of hatch covers and comment on the following (Good / Fair / Poor): Hatch cover Plating condition Coamings (int/ext) Compression bars Sealing arrangements Gasket channels Drainage channels Quick closing cleats Evidence of Water ingress Landing pad condition Coating condition Temporary measures Hydraulic system Panel alignment What additional checks are carried out prior to loading water sensitive cargoes? * Are the officers/crew aware of emergency closing procedures? * Are the hatch covers included in the PMS? * Are sufficient spare parts onboard? * Is sealing tape / sealing foam being used? Comment below. * Are hold ventilation covers / booby hatches in good condition? * Surveyor’s comments and deficiencies noted:

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Cargo Spaces - Tankers General Arrangement Brief technical description of cargo arrangements including, pumping and piping arrangements, ventilation, segregation, tank layout, cargo heating, inert gas and COW:

Cargo Tank Examination Examine cargo tanks for corrosion, cracking and buckling. (Examine at least one forward, middle and after cargo tank) Comment on the condition of the following: Tank No. A B C D E F G H I J K L Primary corrosion Shell and bottom pitting Pitting below tank wash machines Brackets and webs Anodes Coating Heating coil matl. & cond. Pipe work Valves and spindles Cracking and wastage Fixed gauging cond. Ladders for access

The overall condition of the structure is? (GOOD/FAIR/POOR/VERY POOR) Cargo Procedures – Tankers During cargo operations who is responsible for the following duties: i) Manning the control room ii) Inspection of pump room iii) Watch at manifold iv) Tending of mooring ropes v) Topping off and stripping vi) Is there a formal cargo loading / ballast plan available? (Y/N) Are these duties continuously manned? (Y/N) How does the watch at the manifold communicate with the cargo control room?

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Are there procedures for STS? *

Tank Cleaning Describe the arranging of and equipment for tank cleaning (hot/cold washing and COW):

Have cargo tanks been COW on a regular basis? (Y/N) Are there any reported problems with the COW system? (Y/N) Are there any reported defects with the tank cleaning system? (Y/N) Piping – tankers Advise the number of grades which can be carried with two valve segregation: Are pipes and valves colour coded? (Y/N) Advise date when cargo piping was last pressure tested: Pressure (Date) Advise date when heating coils were last pressure tested: Pressure: (Date) Is piping well painted, well maintained and tight? (Y/N) Is there any hard spot corrosion, doublers or temporary repairs on pipes? (Y/N) Is there any temporary piping in use (flexi or steel)? (Y/N) Are flexible cargo hoses certified? (Y/N) Is cargo piping earthed? (Y/N) Is there any loose oil on deck or in savealls? (Y/N) Cargo Systems Are hydraulically operated valves in good condition? (Y/N) Is IG system reported to be operational? O2 content (Y/N) Is the water level in the deck seal satisfactory? (Y/N) Are PV Valves in full working order? (attach last test calibration report) (Y/N) Is Oil Discharge Monitoring equipment reported operational? (Y/N) Is closed loading and gauging in full working order? (Y/N) Are “high” and “high high” level alarms in full working order? (Y/N) How do operators check if valves are fully open or closed? Advise number, application and condition of gas detection equipment:

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Pump Room Are the cargo/ballast and stripping pumps in good efficient working condition? (Y/N) Are shaft glands to the engine room in apparent good order? (Y/N) Is the pump room frequently inspected during cargo discharge? Is there any evidence of leaking pumps or piping? (Y/N) Is the pump room free from loose oil? (Y/N) Are the pump room fans fully operational? (Y/N) Are the emergency stops for cargo pumps operational? (Y/N) Is the escape access clear of obstacles? (Y/N) Is the lighting undamaged/functional and providing adequate illumination? (Y/N) Are floor platings fixed? (Y/N) Are valves reported in working condition? (Y/N) Tank Vents

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On tank vents and ullage ports are flame gauzes fitted and in good condition ? (Y/N) * Are tank access covers, ullage covers and gaskets in good condition? (Y/N) * Control Room Are indicators and control panels in satisfactory condition? (Y/N) Can the ship's officers confirm the control panel to operate without problems? (Y/N) Do ship's officers have adequate knowledge to operate of the control panel? (Y/N) Are cargo samples taken and retained onboard? (Y/N) Surveyor’s comments and deficiencies noted:

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Machinery
General appearance of the Engine Room/Machinery? Does the ship operate UMS? Is there evidence of abnormal running/breakdown in the ER log book? Is there any main engine / DG maintenance overdue? Is the PMS being applied? (Y/N) Are there any significant leakages from Main engine/DG/Ancillary equipment? (Y/N) Are there any generators, purifiers or compressors which are out of service? (Y/N) Are piping systems in good condition and well maintained? (Y/N) Is pipework free from temporary repairs? (Y/N) Are ship side connections in satisfactory condition (Y/N) Is spray protection fitted in fuel and lube oil pipes? (Y/N) Is the switchboard and earth monitoring in apparent good order? (Y/N) Are the engine room lighting levels adequate? (Y/N) Is the engine room properly ventilated? (Y/N) Are the engine room bilges clean and dry? (Y/N) Are the engine room bilge alarms operational? (Y/N) Are watertight doors, dead man operation and limit switches functional? (Y/N) Are watertight doors closed at sea during UMS operation? (Y/N) Are Engine Room floor plates secured? (Y/N) Are there any exposed and un-lagged exhaust manifolds/piping? (Y/N) * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Advise condition of water in main boiler(s) feed tank, the boiler lagging and gauge glass, any recent boiler problems and daily water consumption:

Has an onboard boiler water treatment/analysis programme been implemented? Is the engineer's alarm operational? (Y/N) Are workshops in good order and well stocked? (Y/N) Are goggles and tool supports provided at drilling, cutting and grinding machines? (Y/N) Are permanent eye shields fitted on grinding machines? (Y/N) Does the stern tube leak oil? (Y/N) Was last L.O analysis of stern tube and other machinery satisfactory? (Y/N) Has a laboratory lubricating oil and fuel analysis program been implemented? Are there any significant hydraulic leaks from steering gear piping? (Y/N) Satisfactory test of emergency steering gear (Y/N) Is the steering gear room clean (Y/N) Has a satisfactory test of the emergency generator been completed? (Y/N) Are emergency batteries charged/maintained and records retained onboard? Was the emergency supply placed on load? (Y/N) Do significant fire hazards exist? (Y/N) The condition of engine room/equipment is? (VERY POOR/POOR/FAIR/GOOD)

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Surveyor’s comments and deficiencies noted:

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Section 4 - Marpol regulations
Oil Waste Management and Control List the equipment fitted for compliance with Marpol for the discharge of oil waste from the engine room:

Are additional systems/equipment available to deal with oil waste? Examine the oil record book, is it correctly filled in and up-to-date? (Y/N) Is the OWS overboard discharge valve marked and locked in closed position? (Y/N) What is the ship’s capacity to retain slops? (m3) Is the oil/water separator in full working order and tested? (Y/N) Are ‘discharge of oil prohibited’ notices on board and displayed? (Y/N) Has the chief engineer issued a formal bunkering policy? (Y/N) Is bunker fuel oil analysis carried out? (Y/N) Does the ship provide training in oil spill response? (Y/N) Is there sufficient equipment available to deal with oil pollution operational? (Y/N) Does the ship have an operational incinerator? (Y/N) Is oil waste burned in the incinerator/boiler? (Y/N) Is the ship using low sulphur fuel oil in accordance with Marpol Annex VI? (Y/N) Is the ship using L.S fuel in port in accordance with EU Directive 2005/33/EU? (Y/N)

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Garbage
Are plastics, food stuffs and glass separated? (Y/N) Are officers/crew aware of garbage disposal regulations as per Annex IV (Y/N) Is the garbage record book correctly filled in and up-to-date? (Y/N) * * *

Air pollution What procedures are followed for the prevention of pollution by smoke (Marpol Annex VI)?

Does the ship have a technical file in accordance with Marpol Annex 6 Surveyor’s comments and deficiencies noted:

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Section 5 - Cargo
Commercial Has the Master a copy of the present charter party onboard? (Y/N) * Has the Master instruction available with respect to clausing of B/Ls and mates receipts? (Y/N) * Cargoworthiness Are there company guidelines available for the carriage of the present cargo? (Y/N) * Are cargo holds fully painted? (Y/N) * Is the cargo space fit for the proposed/present cargo? (Y/N) * Is there a cargo loading/discharge procedure signed by the Chief Officer/Master * Does the ship have a class approved loading programme? * Prior to loading are holds inspected / bilges tested by the Chief Officer and records retained? Are pre shipment surveys carried out? What daily routines are carried out to monitor cargo condition? Are hold/bilge/ballast tank soundings conducted daily and recorded? How was the cargo space prepared for the proposed/present cargo? List tests for cargoworthiness: * * *

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How is the condition of cargo established during/before loading and what cargo records are kept?

What are the procedures for checking cargo condition during transit?

Who issues the bills of lading and what is the procedure to ensure that these are correctly endorsed with details of any pre-shipment damage with accurate figures for quantity loaded?

Is a port log completed with start/stop times of loading, draught and weather? (Y/N) * Does the ship take samples of cargo and if so, how are the samples stored?

Before handing over the ship to stevedores, what procedures are followed to point out potential hazards in cargo?

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Additional for Container ships Is the ship especially designed for the carriage of containers on/below deck? (Y/N) * Is the container lashing system class approved? (Y/N) * Is there an approved cargo securing manual on board? (Y/N) * Are containers stowed and secured in accordance with this manual? (Y/N) * Does the ship have a container loading program? * Is the on deck container lashing system a twistlock system with lashing rods and turnbuckles? (Y/N) * Are mid-bay guides fitted below deck in 40 foot bays? (Y/N) * Does the ship carry refrigerated cargo? * Is there an automatic monitoring system? * How often are they checked during transit? * Are sufficient spares onboard for reefer boxes? * Has water sensitive break / bulk cargo been carried in open stow in the holds during the past 2 years (Y/N); describe * Advise the arrangement for on deck stowage, the system for securing containers and the application of lashings. Advise the system for securing containers stowed below deck. State the type of twistlocks in use:

Are D rings/Lashing rods/chains/Twistlocks/Base foundations in good condition? Is the container lashing system in apparent good order and efficient? (Y/N) Is there a system to inspect cargo securing equipment? (Y/N) Surveyor’s comments and deficiencies noted:

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Section 6 - Bridge
Equipment Is navigation equipment included in the PMS? (Y/N) Are charts corrected and do they cover the ship's trading area? (Y/N) Is ECDIS system installed? (Y/N) Are the watchkeepers ECDIS training? (Y/N) Date of last Notice to Mariners and date received? (Dates) Is the navigational equipment reported in working order? (Y/N) Are compass error/bridge bell books and navigational records maintained? (Y/N) Do the entries appear accurate and correct? (Y/N) Is bridge control equipment operational? (Y/N) Have the watch officers been on a bridge team management course? (Y/N) Is the passage plan comprehensive? (Y/N) If not say Is the passage plan berth to berth? (Y/N) Is a dead man alarm system fitted? Bridge Procedures Is a 4/8 watch system maintained at sea? * * * * * * * * * * * * *

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What are the Master’s requirements for bridge watchkeeping, posting the lookout, use of auto-pilot and for position fixing?

Is there a company under keel clearance policy? (Y/N) Do the watchkeepers understand squat? (Y/N) Is the CPP default position known in case of failure? (Y/N) Are any of the following navigational techniques carried out? Parallel Cross Radar Brg Sights Indexing bearings and Distance

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Compass errors

Does the Master set minimum passing distances, ship to ship? What are the distances for crossing and overtaking? How does the Master make sure that these requirements are met?

Explain the procedure to advise new joiners on ship’s watch keeping requirements and how is watch keeping competence evaluated?

Does the Master arrange pre-departure and pre-arrival meetings? (Y/N) Is pilotage exchange recorded and discussed? Does the Master / Office conduct nautical audits? (Y/N) Surveyor’s comments and deficiencies noted:

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Section 7 - Personal safety
Does the company issue safety booklets, bulletins or guidance notes? Do safety discussions include topics such as handling ropes and wires, boarding the ship from a boat, lifting and working during periods of heavy weather? Are crew wearing correct PPE? Are crew familiar with the procedures for safety during mooring? Is there a safety policy for using power tools, and if so, what is it? Are ladders and steps, internal or external, free from damage? Are safety rails and guard rails fitted where appropriate? Is portable gas detection equipment on board and calibrated? Are crew familiar with the use of portable gas detection equipment? (Y/N) Is the permission to work system effective? (Y/N) Accommodation Is the officer/crew accommodation including galley areas clean? (Y/N) Are domestic cold stores clean? (Y/N) Are cold store temperatures acceptable (Y/N) Are door handles operational from both sides and alarms working? (Y/N) Is there an accommodation sprinkler system fitted? (Y/N) Life-saving Equipment Advise type of lifeboat, launch arrangements, davit/boat securing arrangements: * * * * * * * * * *

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Advise type of boat and davit maintenance procedures including the boat hook arrangement.

Are lifeboats free from damage? (Y/N) Do lifeboat davits/release gear appear in good order? (Y/N) Does lifeboat equipment appear in good order? (Y/N) Are limit switches functioning correctly? (Y/N) Lifeboat engine started with satisfactory results? (Y/N) Are lifeboat davits, wires, blocks and cut outs free from apparent defects? (Y/N) When were the lifeboat(s) last lowered to the embarkation deck and water: Are life buoys in place and without damage? (Y/N) Are life rafts correctly stowed in cradles? (Y/N) Fire Safety Does the fire fighting equipment have valid certification / inspection records? Are safety and emergency equipment checked regularly and records maintained? Is testing of the fire detection system carried out? (Date of last test) Is testing of the fixed extinguishing system carried out? (Date of last test) Is the fixed CO2 room/release system protected against accidental release? If a deck foam system is fitted, is sampling being carried out? Are the Officers/Crew familiar with operation of the CO2 system

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Portable fire extinguishers in place? (Y/N) Emergency fire pump runs and found satisfactory? (Y/N) Are fire boxes complete with hose and nozzle? (Y/N) Is the fire locker well maintained? (Y/N) Are fire hydrants and main free from heavy corrosion, damage and leakage? (Y/N) Do the isolating valves and hydrants move freely? (Y/N) Can the crew identify the isolation valves? Are fire flaps operational and in good condition with area served evident? Do fire doors self close and do they appear effectively sealed? Surveyor’s comments and deficiencies noted: * * * * * * * * *

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Section 8 - Manning
Are ship's officers/crew employees of the shipping company? (Y/N) Can officers and crew communicate effectively? (Y/N) Who checks that certificates/endorsements valid? Is manning adequate for the ships workload? Competence What procedures are in place to assess competence and past experience? * * * *

Advise type of certificates held and attach a crew list:Date Certificates Years at Sailed this signed on held this rank ship before this ship Master C/O 2/O 3/O C/E 2/E 3/E 4/E

Years on this type of ship

Sailed this company before

Are ship familiarisation procedures effective for new joiners? (Y/N) Does the Master, Chief Engineer submit crew voyage appraisals? Does the Master, Chief Engineer submit handover reports to the office? Do senior officers attend pre/post voyage office meetings? Do the Owners/Managers operate a cadet training programme? What onboard training is provided for junior officers/ratings? Do they officers/crew appear to have adequate knowledge? Surveyor’s Comments

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Section 9 - Security
Does the ship security plan include piracy? (Y/N) Has the ship security officer received additional training? Are additional piracy prevention measures implemented? Do the company provide security updates / incident notices? (Y/N) Is a proper gangway watch maintained 24 hours per day? (Y/N) Were sufficient checks carried out upon boarding? Are security patrols completed and what additional checks made in high risk areas? Are the appropriate accommodation doors kept locked? (Y/N) Surveyor’s Comments * * * * * * * *

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