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CHANGING OVER THE WATCH
CHECKLIST
M/V
WATCH OFFICER : 3rd OFFICER

Date:
2nd OFFICER CH. OFFICER

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Hand n! "#er t$e Wat%$ Are all members, taking watch, capable of carrying out their duties? & '/ N ( Is the vision of the taking over fficer ad!usted to prevailing conditions? & '/ N ( #e$uired entries made in %hief fficer&s 'og (ook. &  )$en OK ( #eport by incoming A( on safety inspection in accommodation area. &  )$en OK ( #eport by incoming A( on inspection on steering gear compartment. & )$en OK ( ,roper hand-over of current orders by changing helmsmen. & )$en OK (

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PM

#elived fficer.s /ignature0
A1 %hecking ,1 %hecking

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Ta* n! "#er t$e Wat%$ + C$e%*: & )$en OK ( ,assage ,lan 2avigational %hecklist. 3he 1aster&s (ridge and 2ight /tanding rder (ook. 3he %hief fficer&s 'og (ook. 3he progress of ship during previous watch. 3he present ship.s position. 3he present course and speed. 3he general weather condition and forecast. 3he prevailing visibility. ,revailing/predicted tides and currents. Any navigational aids in sight or shortly to be so. 2avigational dangers or potential danger which the ship re$uired to pass. Alteration of courses. 3he location of other ships relative to the ship&s course and speed. 2avigational warnings. perational condition of all navigational e$uipment. 8yro 9 magnetic compass error. #adio communications. :eck work at locations affecting the safety of the crew.

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PM

;atch

fficer.s /ignature0
A1 %hecking ,1 %hecking

1aster&s /ignature0