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Health, Safety and Environmental
Vessel Inspection Check-List
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Vessel name: Previous name(s): Owner: Operator: Vessel flag: Vessel call sign: Place of inspection: Date of inspection: Name of master: Project: Scope of work: Start date: The vessel was inspected by: Name: Position: Name: Position: Expected time of duration: Inspection commenced: Inspection completed: Satellite telephone no: Mobile telephone no:
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TABLE OF CONTENTS I. II. III. IV. INTRODUCTION ABBREVIATIONS EXPLANATION OF KEY TERMS USED LIST OF OBSERVATIONS PAGE 4 5-6-7 7 8 9 9 9-10 11-12 13 13-14 14 15-16-17 18 18-19-20 19-20 20 21 21-22 23 24-25 26-27-28 29 29 30-31 32 33 34 35-36 37 38 38 39 40 41 42 43 44-46 47-48 49
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1. MAIN CERTIFICATES 1.1 General 1.2 Check list for certificates 2. VESSEL PARTICULARS / BRIDGE EQUIPMENT INSTRUMENTATION 3. FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS 3.1 Commitments and Policy 4. CERTIFICATION 4.1 Certification of Personnel 5. NAVIGATION AND BRIDGE PROCEDURES 5.1 Procedures and planning 5.2 Publications 5.3 Operational condition of instruments 6. HEALTH, SAFETY AND PERSONNEL PROTECTION 6.1 Health and Safety 6.2 Personnel protection 7. FIREFIGHTING 8. LIFE SAVING APPLIANCES 9. ENGINE DEPARTMENT 9.1 Administration 9.2 Operation 9.3 Machinery 9.4 Machinery Spaces 9.5 Energy Conservation 10. OPERATIONAL SAFETY 11. POLLUTION PREVENTION 12. HOUSE KEEPING 12.1 Galley 12.2 Accommodation 13. INTERNAL COMMUNICATION 14. SECURITY 15. HULL AND SUPERSTRUCTURE 16. HELICOPTER OPERATION 17. SEISMIC VESSELS SPECIFIC 18. SUPPLY VESSELS / ANCHOR HANDLING VESSELS SPECIFIC 19. STAND BY VESSELS SPECIFIC
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I. INTRODUCTION This inspection report has been developed in accordance with guidelines issued by E& P Forum (as of August 1998) and other relevant information available. The report is designed to assist inspectors to assess whether a ship complies with the relevant international regulations and codes of practice prepared by industry and in respect of responsible management of the ship, safe operational practices and environmental protection. Each item in the checklist is identified with a category number in the first column of the list. Most of the items have a letter at the end of the number which will indicate the importance of the item: S= Statutory, R= Required or D= Desirable Where relevant, checklist items have been referenced to the relevant regulation and industry recommendations for analytical reasons. Conducting the inspection Inspection should only be carried out in the full knowledge of the Master or his deputy and with his co-operation. On boarding the ship the inspector should report directly to the Master in order to explain his intentions and objectives. During the inspection of the ship, it is recommended that the inspector be accompanied at all times by a responsible person(s) nominated by the Master. The inspector should be an observer only and should not interfere or become involved in the operation of the ship or be a party in any discussion between the ship and terminal, port authorities etc. On completion of the inspection, the inspector will report to the Master and discuss with him the findings of his inspection. This will give the opportunity to clarify questions, which may have arisen in the course of the inspection (e.g. compliance with Flag Regulations) before he leaves the ship. Whenever possible the written list of observation found and recommendations should be left with the Master. The inspection report The Inspection Report has been prepared in the form of checklists applicable to the different Sections covered by the inspection. Not all items will be applicable to the ship inspected and should therefore be so indicated. When further clarification or additional information is needed to better clarify the inspector’s findings, further explanation should be provided under “ Remarks “ at end of each section. The “ Inspection Summary “ should reflect the findings shown in the relevant sections.
ABBREVIATIONS APBS: Accident prevention on board ships at sea and in port International Labour Office. If however. things are found to be unclear. Geneva ( ILO ) ( second edition ) ARPA: COLREGS: Automatic Radar Plotting Aid International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea 1972 as amended ( IMO ) Direct Selective Call Deadweight Electronic Chart Display and Information System Guidelines for the Development and Application of Health. Safety and Environme ntal Management Systems Emergency Position – Indicating Radio Beacon Global Maritime Distress and Safety System ( IMO ) Global Positioning System High Frequency International Association of Geophysics Company International Chamber of Shipping International Labour Organisation International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code International Medical Guide for Ships International Maritime Organization International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate DSC: DW: ECDIS: E & P Forum: EPIRB: GMDSS: GPS: HF: IAGC: ICS: ILO: IMDG: IMGS: IMO: IOPP: .Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01. Lifeboat and fire-drill are mandatory. a more throughout inspection may be initiated. There must not be any outstanding issues from port authority or class.98 2 12. the inspector may restrict the inspection to ship and crew certificates.10.98 5 Extent of the inspection If the vessel is taken in on " short time " hire. maximum of 2 to 3 weeks. annual periodic in-service inspection should be carried out with a full checklist inspection. II. based upon above inspection/observations. If the vessel is into a charter for more than one year.03. Any recommendations given should be discussed with the vessel contractor for further actions.
98 6 ISGOTT: ISM: ISO: LL: LOF 95: LSA: MARPOL: International Safety Guide for Oil Tankers and Terminals International Safety Management Code ( IMO ) International Standards Organisation Load Line Convention ( IMO ) Lloyds Standard Form of Salvage Agreement Life Safety Appliances International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships 1973 ( as amended ) ( IMO ) Merchant Ship Search and Rescue Manual ( IMO ) Medium Frequency Man Over Board Navigational Warning Service Receiver Not applicable or not addressed Notice to Mariners Regulation for mobile offshore units. laid down by the Norwegian Maritime Directorate Norwegian Ship Control Rules. Oil Companies International Marine Forum Protection and Indemnity Club Radio Direction Finder Salvage Conve ntion 1989.10. ( IMO ) Search and Rescue Transponder Satellite Communication Receiver / Transmitter Safety of Life at Sea Convention ( IMO ) MERSAR: MF: MOB: NAVTEX: N/A: NM: NMD: NMD: NVE: OCIMF: P&I: RDF: SALCON: SART: SATCOM: SOLAS: .98 2 12. issued by NMD FEA-M1990: Regulation for Electrical Installations.Maritime Installations.03.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.
Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.10. If the item is towed on its own buoyancy.98 2 12. Shelf: Installation: Continental Shelf other than the Norwegian Offshore installation. inshore or at terminals ashore Marine Operation: .98 7 SOPEP: STCW 95: VHF: WHO: Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan Standard of Training Certification and Watchkeeping Convention ( IMO ) Very High Frequency World Health Organisation III. May be used to transport cargo at other times. A carrier of small cargo.03. Vessel with Flag other than the Norwegian Anchor Handler: Cargo: Container: Column Stabilised Unit: Crew Vessel: Foreign Flag Vessel: Foreign Cont. normally fitted with lifting hardware. EXPLANATION OF KEY TERMS USED A service vessel equipped for the deployment of anchors and for towing. Items transported by a service vessel. Unit with the main deck connected to underwater hull by columns or caisson A service vessel dedicated to transporting passengers who work on Offshore installations. pipeline or other permanently Installed sub-sea facility Any operation conducted using Vessel offshore. it is referred to as the tow. May also be used concurrently to transport cargo. loading system.
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Certificates shall not have recommendations or notifications restricting the use of the vessel. LIST OF CERTIFICATES ALL VESSELS Certificate of registry ( FAL Convention ) EXPIRY DATE REMARKS 1. If GMDSS Area A1/A2/A3/A4 Cargo ship safety equipment certificate ( SOLAS I 8 & 12 (a)(iii) Intact stability booklet ( SOLAS 1974.98 2 12. and shall be evaluated accordingly. 15. capsules Certificate for launching equipment for lifeboats. reg 20 ) 13. 4. 5. rafts. capsules . 14. International load line (LL 16-19 ) Certificate of tonnage ( Class ) Classification certificate of hull ( Class ) Classification certificate of machinery ( Class ) De-rat exemption certificate ( FAL Convention ) Minimum safe manning document ( SOLAS V 13 (b) Res A 481 ) Cargo ship safety construction certificate ( SOLAS I 10 & 12 (a)(ii) Cargo ship safety radio certificate ( SOLAS 74 / 78 Chapter 4 ) or GMDSS 10. 8.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01. 16. 7. 3.lifeboats. rafts. ALL VESSELS WITH SUBJECT EQUIPMENT Certificates for cranes and lifting gear Certificates for towing lines and equipment Certificate for lifesaving equipment . 9. reg II-I/22 ) Oil record book ( MARPOL 73/78 annex I. 6. Any dispensation certificates shall be regarded as non-conformance.10. 1.1 MAIN CERTIFICATES General All vessels shall have onboard valid certificates as applicable and required by coastal or flag state authorities.03.2 CHECK LIST FOR CERTIFICATES No. 1. 11. 12. 2. Validity of the certificates must be clear beyond operation time stipulated.98 9 1.
) DATE Certificate for rescue boat ( MOB ) Certificate for launching equipment ( MOB ) Certificate for fire fighting equipment Certificate for helideck Certificate for diving equipment Certificate for drilling equipment Certificate for anchor equipment Certificates for navigation light Certificates for magnetic compasses Control book for medicine Document of compliance with the special requirements for ships carrying dangerous goods International certificate for offshore supply vessels Additional certificates for offshore supply vessels Construction and equipment certificate for dynamically supported craft.03. Cargo securing manual? ( Mandatory for all vessels from 1/1 98 ) REMARKS Remarks: .98 2 12. 19. ALL VESSEL WITH SUBJECT EXPIRY EQUIPMENT ( CONT.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01. 31.98 10 17. 29. 28. 30. 27. 26. 20. 22.10. 25. 18. 23. 24. 21.
98 2 12.98 11 2. other are desirable.03. this is indicated by * . chapters IV and V. Where certain equipment and publications are mandatory.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.10. VESSEL PARTICULARS / INSTRUMENTATION / COMMUNICATION Vessel name Former name(s) Type of vessel Nationality IMO number ( 7 digits ) Call sign Owner Operator Yard and year build Originally built as Date of conversion if any Classification society and class notation Length overall Breath Draft summer GRT NET Certified maximum numbers of persons Number of berths Main propulsion arrangements ( engine and propellers ) Main propulsion BHP Maximum speed / consumption Service speed / consumption Fuel capacity / duration Details of bow thrusters Details of stern thrusters SOLAS. INSTRUMENTATION YES NO N/A REMARKS * Magnetic compass * Gyro compass (>500 GRT ) * Radar no 1 Radar no 2 ARPA * Echo sounder * Log * Signaling lamp .
DSC and direct printing communications *NAVTEX INMARSAT *Satellite EPIRB on 406 MHz ( COSPAS-SARSAT ) *Search and Rescue Radar Transponders *Three 2 way hand held VHF sets *2182 kHz watch keeping receiver.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.one other than the master holding a general operators certificate NO N/A REMARKS .two persons holding radiotelephony certificates. *GMDSS ships. ( Required if GMDSS certified). Mobil telephone *Radio log kept updated *Radio telephony ships.98 12 INSTRUMENTATION * Adequate charts for the intended area of operation * Charts corrected to the latest notices * Sailing directions * List of lights * Notices to mariners * Tide tables * International code of signals Navigation system no 1 Navigation system no 2 YES NO N/A REMARKS COMMUNICATION YES *VHF radio station capable of voice and DSC communication *MF radio station capable of voice and DSC *MF / HF radio station capable of voice.03. (Not required if GMDSS certified).98 2 12.10.
week ( emergency drills to be excluded ) .4 STCW 95 A-V111/1 STCW 95 B-VIII/1 STCW 95 A-VIII/1 126.96.36.199.8 Shipboard operation should contain : *Navigation procedures / *Engine Room operations / * Maintenance / * Cargo operations / *Deck operations etc.1. FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS 3.7 S 3.2 R E&P Forum HSE signed and dated by senior management? 3. Safety procedures should contain : *Permit to work system / *Helicopter operation / *Wearing of protective clothing and equipment / *Hygiene / *Working aloft etc.1.15 S Operating manuals written in a language or languages understood by the vessels crew? Operating manuals give specific guidelines on shipboard operation? Operating manuals give specific guidelines on safety procedures? Operating manuals give specific guidelines on shipboard management? A formal reporting system between ship and contractor established? The master is instructed that he has overriding authority and the responsibility to make decisions with respect to safety and pollution prevention? A contractor manual contains guidance regarding hours of work and rest periods in accordance with STCW? Records of hours of work or rest for each crew member available? Is there a watch schedule for each crewmember in accordance with STCW? If a vessel is ISM/SEP approved all the above is covered in the approval.1 R 3. / *Emergency procedures 188.8.131.52 S SOLAS IX ISM 6.10 S 3.3 R E&P Forum HSE disseminated and understood by all involved? 3. Note: 3.6 S SOLAS IX Operating manuals relevant to the vessel? ISM 7 3.1.98 13 3.6 SOLAS IX ISM 7 SOLAS IX ISM 7 SOLAS IX ISM 7 SOLAS IX ISM 9 SOLAS IX ISM 184.108.40.206.11 S 220.127.116.11. COMMITMENT AND POLICY E&P Forum Contractor has a written HSE policy? 3.8 S 3.1 Cat Ref. divided in two periods at least one must be 6 hrs.rest pr.1.4 R E&P Forum HSE organisation responsibility chart clear? 3.03.1.98 2 12. Shipboard management should contain: *Ship reporting requirements / *Compliance with flag and class requirements / *Crew arrangements / *Work schedules to prevent fatigue / *Shipboard meetings / *Crew appraisals / *Training 3.9.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01. Resting time: 10 hrs rest in 24 hrs. 3.1.13 S SOLAS IX ISM 6. Not less than 70 hrs.9 S 3.14 S 18.104.22.168.1.5 R E&P Forum HSE policy updated last year with supplement etc? 3.1.2 YES NO N/A 3.
8.10.1. what is the duration time? 3. accident and hazardous situations? STCW 95 3.16: If internal audit is carried out.1 Ref. time interval? Remarks: .1.1.16 A contractor representative(s) conducts internal ISM 12.19 Is there a system to evaluate the performance of the Res.03.24 Does supervisor participate in accident investigations for whom he is responsible? NO N/A Note: 3.19: If performance evaluation. COMMITMENT AND POLICY YES SOLAS IX 3.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.1.1.1.1 reporting of non-conformities.1.23 Is safety officer in charge of safety meetings? E&P Forum 3.98 2 12.18 A contractor manual contains procedures for the ISM 9.1 board? SOLAS IX 3.2 officers and crew? E&P Forum 3.1 audits of the ship? SOLAS IX 3.1. FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS 3.20 Is there a HSE supervisor in the contractor company? E&P Forum Does HSE supervisor appraisal include assessment 22.214.171.124 14 3.22 E&P Forum 3.1.17 A copy of the internal audit reports is available on ISM 12.21 of performance in HSE aspects? E&P Forum Does HSE supervisor chair relevant HSE meetings? 3.
1.3 R Table A-II/1 The captain has attended an ARPA course? 4.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.1.20 R 4.7 R 4.10 S 4.1 STCW 95 Table A11/1 Req.4 S 4.6 R 4.16 S 4. SOLAS 74/78 STCW 95 Res. YES NO N/A Info.1.5 S 4.98 2 12.1.98 15 4 CERTIFICATION 4. 13 Manning complies with or exceeds the level required by the minimum safe manning certificate? STCW 95 4.1. Info SOLAS 74/88 STCW 95 Res.19 R 4.february 1999 ) The captain has an approved radio telephony certificate? The captain has a valid health certificate? The captain has the ability to converse satisfactorily in English? The chief officer certificate of competency is valid for the rank? The chief officer has attended an ARPA course? The chief officer has been trained in use of the Electronic Chart Display System? The chief officer has Data Positioning class 2? ( when Data Positioning fitted or required ) Desired hours of experience on Data Positioning for chief officer. Info.1 S Reg.1. Info.1 STCW 95 Tabke A-II/1 Req.55 . 4 STCW 78 ITU Art. 1000 hours? Record of Data Positioning experience for captain sighted? The captain has attended a firefighting course? The captain has attended a first aid course? The captain is GMDSS certified? ( when fitted ) ( mandatory from 1.13 S 4.55 STCW 95 1/9 STCW 95 Table A-II/1 STCW 95 Art.14 R 4.1. CERTIFICATION OF PERSONNEL SOLAS V 4. 6 STCW 95 Table A-II/1 STCW 95 A-1/14 2.february 1999 ) The chief officer has an approved radio telephony certificate? Req.03.1.1.12 R 126.96.36.199 S 188.8.131.52 S 4. 4 STCW 78 ITU Art.4 R 4.1. 1000 hours? Record of Data Positioning experience for chief officer sighted? The chief officer has attended a fire-fighting course? The chief officer has attended a first aid course? The chief officer is GMDSS certified? ( when fitted ) ( mandatory from 1.1. The captain has been trained in the use of Electronic Chart Display System? The captain has Data Positioning class 2? ( when Data Positioning fitted or required ) Desired hours of experience on Data Positioning for captains.1.1.1. Req.1.22 S STCW 95 A-1/14 2.15 R 4.8 R 184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11 Cat Ref.21 S 4.1.18 R 4.11 R 4.2 S Art 6 The captain’s certificate of competency is valid for the rank? STCW 95 4.1.
39 R 4.1. STCW 95 Table AIII/1 .1.03. Info.31 R 4.1.37 S 4.55 STCW 95 1/9 STCW 95 Table A-II/1 STCW 95 Art 6 Info.27 R 4.98 16 4 CERTIFICATION 4. Info.) certificate of competency is valid for the rank? The second mate has attended an ARPA course? The second mate has been trained in use of the Electronic Chart Display System? The second mate has Data Positioning class 2? ( when Data Positioning fitted or required ) Desired hours of experience on Data Positioning for second officer.1.1.40 R 4.34 S 4.28 S 4.1.98 2 12.43 R 4.24 R 4.4 STCW 78 ITU Art.1 STCW 95 Table A-II/1 Req.1.1.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.45 R STCW 95 Table A-II/1 STCW 95 Art 6 STCW 95 Table A-II/1 STCW 95 A-1/14 2.10.29 S 4.1. STCW 95 Table AIII/1 STCW 951/9 STCW 95 Art 6 Info.1.25 S 4.1. CERTIFICATION OF PERSONNEL STCW 95 4.44 R 4.36 R 4. SOLAS 74/88 STCW 95 Res.1.23 S 1/9 The chief officer has a valid health certificate? 18.104.22.168 R 4.26 R 4.32 R 22.214.171.124 S 4.35 S 4. YES NO N/A The chief officer has the ability to converse satisfactorily in English? The second mate’s (first mate norw.1. Info.1.1.february 1999 ) The second officer has an approved radio operator license? The second officer has a valid health certificate? The second officer has the ability to converse satisfactorily in English? The chief engineer’s certificate of competency is valid for the rank? The chief engineer has attended a fire-fighting course? The chief engineer has attended a first aid course? The chief engineer has the ability to converse satisfactorily in English? The chief engineer has a valid health certificate? The second engineer’s certificate of competency is valid for the rank? The second engineer has attended a fire-fighting course? The second engineer has attended a first aid course? The second engineer has the ability to converse satisfactorily in English? Req.33 S 4.1.1. Info. 1000 hours? Record of Data Positioning experience for second officer sighted? The second officer has attended a fire-fighting course? The second officer has attended a first aid course? The second officer is GMDSS certified? ( when fitted ) ( mandatory from 1.1.42 S 126.96.36.199 R 4.1.0 Cat Ref.
98 2 12. photocopies are not accepted Remarks: .03.47 S 4.1.46 S 1/9 The second engineer has a valid health certificate? 188.8.131.52.1. CERTIFICATION OF PERSONNEL STCW 95 4.49 R 4.98 17 4 CERTIFICATION 4.50 R 4.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.0 Cat Ref.51 D STCW 95 Reg II/4 STCW 95 Reg III/4 STCW 95 1/9 STCW 95 Reg 8 Info YES NO N/A Ratings forming part of navigational watch possess appropriate certification? Rating forming part of engine room watch possess appropriate certification? All ratings have valid health certificate? Is there a system to certify crane operators onboard? The vessel is sufficiently manned for the intended operation? Note: All certificates must be original.1.48 S 4.1.1.
17 S 5.2 R SOLAS IX The master has established his own bridge standing ISM 7 orders? ICS BPG 5.49 STCW 95 A-VIII/2 3-1 23.12 S 5. PROCEDURES AND PLANNING YES STCW 95 5.5 S STCW 95 Basic watch conditions are defined? B-VIII/2 5.1 S B-VIII/2 Is there a contractor manual covering bridge organization and navigation procedures? 3-1/4 5.4 STCW 95 A-VIII/ 3-1.10.14 S 5.15 S 5.1.7 S 5.49 STCW 95 A-VIII/ 3 1.19 S .8 S 5.36 BPG SOLAS V Reg 20 SOLAS IV Reg 7 184.108.40.206 STCW 95 A-VIII/2 3-7 STCW 95 A-VIII/220.127.116.11 D SOLAS IX Officers countersign bridge procedures and standing ISM 7 orders? ICS BPG 5.3 STCW 95 A-VIII/2 3-1 31 NO NA There is a watch hand-over procedure? The occasions on which the master is to be called to the bridge are clearly defined? Is there a complete passage planning available? Navigation warnings are taken into account in passage planning and during the voyage? The position is checked at sufficiently frequent intervals to ensure that the ship follows the planned course? Is there more than one method of checking position in coastal water? The watch officer has unrestricted access to navigation – communication system and access to use engine when needed? The echo sounder is in use in coastal water? ( evidence must be sighted .1.0 Cat Ref.1.1.3 R SOLAS IX The duties of the watch officer are clearly defined in ISM 7 the bridge procedures? ICS BPG 5.6 S 5.5 STCW 95 A-VIII/2 3-1/24 STCW 95 A-VIII/2 3-1 47 STCW 95 A-VIII/2 3-1.1.29 STCW 95 A-VIII/2 3-18.104.22.168.16 S 5.03.98 18 5 NAVIGATION AND BRIDGE PROCEDURES 5.1.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.98 2 22.214.171.124.18 S 5.11 S 5.recent paper or digital records must be kept) Appropriate charts are in use for the port? The Navtex is operating on the appropriate station for the vessel’s location? Master / pilot information exchange procedures are in use? Ship maintains full navigation procedures when the pilot is onboard? Exchange procedures for the master to assume control from the duty officer are clearly defined? A record of gyro errors is maintained? 126.96.36.199 R 5.10 S 3-1/21 STCW 95 A-VIII/2 3-1/21 STCW 95 B-VIII/2 3-1.1.9 S 5.1.
when possible.33 STCW 95 5.1.33 SOLAS V 5.34 S SOLAS III Reg 6/2.34.2 alteration of course? ( log entry ) STCW 95 5.3 5.30 S 74/83 Is the life boat radio tested weekly and charged if needed? (Not required if GMDSS certified) IV 13 j SOLAS III 5.20 S A-VIII/2 Magnetic and gyro compasses are compared at least each watch? ( log entry ) 3-1.1.27 S Reg 20 All nautical publications are up to date (latest Notices to Mariners)? SOLAS IV 5. Amendments? ( SOLAS ) .2 S 5.33 S 5.1.26 S Reg 20 Adequate charts are up to date (last Notice to Mariners)? SOLAS V 188.8.131.52 S Reg 12.2.4 SOLAS IV 5.1 S SOLAS IX Safety management system ISM 184.108.40.206 5.4 R 5.32 S 220.127.116.11 S 5.28 S Reg 7.2 Is the following publication onboard and up to date? 5.1 SOLAS V Reg 12 g NO NA Three two-way VHF radios located on the bridge for use in the survival craft? These VHF radios in addition to ch.10.2 Two radar transponders are located on the bridge? 5.1.22 S A-VIII/2 Are all navigational equipment checked before each departure / arrivals? 3-1. ) 5.1.1. PROCEDURES AND PLANNING YES STCW 95 5.4 Is there evidence that the distress watch receiver is in operation at sea? ( bridge log / radio log ) SOLAS 5.1. (Not required if GMDSS certified) Reg 12.1 SOLAS III Reg 6/2. 95? International Convention for the Safety Of Life At Sea.23 S A-VIII/2 Findings and errors of navigation equipment are recorded in the log book? 3-1.1.31 S Reg 6/18.104.22.168 S SOLAS III Reg 51 SOLAS III Reg 52 STCW 95 IMO LSA training manual? LSA instructions for on-board maintenance? International convention on Standards of Training.21 S STCW 95 Compass error observations are carried out at least A-VIII/2 once per watch and.22.214.171.124 at least one other channel? There is at least one 3 cm radar? 126.96.36.199 S Reg 19-2 f The emergency steering gear is tested every three months and recorded? SOLAS V 5.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.2 A Distress watch receiver located on the bridge? ( 2182 kHz ).1. after any major 3-1.98 19 5 NAVIGATION AND BRIDGE PROCEDURES ( Cont. Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers.03.0 Ref.1.24 S Reg 19-2 f The steering gear is tested before departure and recorded in the log book? SOLAS V 5.1.98 2 12.
98 2 12.3.98 20 5 NAVIGATION AND BRIDGE PROCEDURES ( Cont.3.4 – 5 IMDG Code International Medical Guide for Ships? 5.2.7 Radio direction finder? info 188.8.131.52 R 5. PROCEDURES AND PLANNING MARPOL 184.108.40.206 GPS Info 5.3.4 ARPA? Info 5.14 Data Positioning system? Info 5.1 Communication system.19 Dead man alarm / vigilance system bridge? SOLAS IX 5.3.6 Echo sounder recorder? Info 220.127.116.11.3.03.16 Rudder indicator? Info 5.3.3. bridge-engine-instrument room-steering gear-working area? Remarks: .17 Pitch indicator? Info 18.104.22.168.9 R 5.15 RPM indicator? Info 5.ships ) 5. 1972 ( as amended ) Guidelines for the control of drugs and alcohol onboard ship? International code of signals ( as amended ) 5.3.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.8 R SOLAS IX International Safety Management Code? ISM 5.3.11 R COLREGS YES NO NA OCIMF SOLAS V Reg 21 NMD International regulation for preventing collisions at sea.13 Electronic chart display? Info 5.3. ) 5.20 R ISM 10.13 S IMO List of lights? / tide tables? 5.12 Auto pilot? Info 22.214.171.124 Cat Ref.2 Radar no 2? info 5.6 R International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships 1973? ( as amended ) ( IMO ) Annex 126.96.36.199.1 Radar no 1? Info 5.3 The operational conditions of following instrumentation are satisfactory if fitted: Info 5.5 Echo sounder? Info 5.3.7 R 5.2.12 R Den Norske Skipskontrollens Regler? ( Norw.8 Speed log? Info 5.2.10 Gyro and repeaters? Info 5.18 Thruster indicators? Info 5.11 Magnetic compass? Info 5.
11 D 6.5 R 188.8.131.52 6.6.14 D 6.4 R 6.16 D 6.1 6.9 R 6.1 The contractor promotes a programme to improve safety awareness on board? 6.1.1 R 2.1.20 R 6.98 2 12.1 APBS 2.98 21 184.108.40.206 R 6.2 YES NO NA APBS 2.1.6 R 6.2 R SOLAS IX The ship maintains a record of all accident to ISM 9.1.1 SOLAS IX ISM 220.127.116.11.1. SAFETY AND PERSONNEL PROTECTION 18.104.22.168 R SOLAS IX Is there a record of near miss accidents? ISM 9.1.5 APBS 2.03.15 D 6.1.1. HEALTH.2 IMGS Ch 17 STCW 95 A-VI/4.18 R 6.8 R 6.7. HEALTH AND SAFETY APBS 6.21 R 6.1.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.1.1.10.4 Info IMGS Ch 17 IMGS Ch 1 Page 48 IMGS Ch 1 IMGS Ch 1 IMGS Ch 1 IMGS Ch 1 SOLAS IX ISM 7 SOLAS IX ISM 7 SOLAS IX ISM 7 SOLAS IX ISM 7 SOLAS ISM 7 SOLAS ISM 7 APBS 12 Is there a formal accident and incident investigation procedure? Contractor procedures detailing on board safety training requirements? A designated safety officer on board? Is there a safety committee meeting held at regular basis? Is lesson learned indicated from these meetings? The medical locker organised according to IMO / WHO / ILO guidelines? The officer designated to handle the medical locker suitably qualified? The inventory of drugs and medicines up to date? Controlled drugs stored in a secure locker? A first aid kit available in the medicine locker ready for swift transfer to the site of an accident? Is there a first aid kit available on the bridge? Is there a first aid kit available in the galley? Is there a first aid kit available in the engine room? Is there a first aid kit available in the instrument / control room? Contractor procedures requiring the crew to wear boiler suit? Contractor procedure requiring the crew to wear safety shoes? Contractor procedures requiring the crew to wear safety helmets? Contractor procedures requiring the crew to wear eye protection? Contractor procedures requiring the crew to wear safety harness? Contractor procedures requiring the crew to wear ear protection? Contractor procedures when working with power tools? .22.214.171.124 Cat.13 S 6.1.17 D 6.12 S 6.7.23 R 6.10 S 6.24 R SOLAS IX ISM 9. Ref.1 personnel? 6.1.19 R 6.
8 Contractor procedure when working with burning torches and welding operation? 6.1.25 R ISGOTT 2.1 Cat.126.96.36.199.5 35 OCIMF OCIMF .98 22 6.37 R 6.33 R 6.36 R 6.28 S SOLAS V Is the pilot ladder in good condition? Reg 17 6. possession.1.1.26 D Contractor procedures covering movements of all types of cranes in safe way? 6.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.1.98 2 12.27 S SOLAS V Is there a life buoy with self igniting light rigged for Reg 17 use with the pilot ladder? 6.46 R SOLAS V Reg 17 SOLAS V Reg 17 SOLAS V Reg 17 APBS 8 APBS 8 YES NO NA APBS 8 APBS 8 APBS 8 APBS 8 OCIMF OCIMF OCIMF A heaving line permanently available for use with the pilot ladder? The pilot boarding area adequately illuminated at night? Is there a safe access from the top of the pilot ladder and into the deck? The gangway / accommodation ladder safely rigged? Lifebuoy with self igniting light at the gangway / accommodation ladder? The gangway net properly rigged? Safe access from the gangway / accommodation ladder into the deck? The area around access illuminated properly? The gangway / accommodation area free of any obstructions? The contractor has a written alcohol policy? All crew are aware of the content of this policy? Testing of drug and alcohol are carried out according to the contractor procedures? Are any unannounced alcotest carried out and recorded? Is there any alcohol onboard? If there is any alcohol onboard.1.31 S 6.40 R 6.39 R 6.03.1.1.188.8.131.52.34 R 6. SAFETY AND PERSONNEL PROTECTION 6. HEALTH.1. HEALTH AND SAFETY APBS 13 6.41 R 184.108.40.206 R 6. distribution or sale of illicit / unprescribed controlled drugs? OCIMF OCIMF OCIMF OCIMF STCW 95 B-VIII/2.1.38 R 6.44 R 6. is there any distribution policy in written form? The contractor has a written policy-requiring period of abstinence before watchkeeping? Contractor procedures prohibit the misuse of legitimate drugs? Contractor procedures prohibit the use.35 R 6.29 S 6.43 R 220.127.116.11. Ref.32 R 6.1.42 R 6.30 S 6.
12 R 6.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.2. PERSONNEL PROTECTION YES IAGC 18.104.22.168.2 R IAGC IX Is there a system of inspection and maintenance.2.2.3 R SOLAS IX Are safety helmets and boots available for visitors onboard? IAGC 6.10 R 6.19 R 6.14 R 6.2.98 23 6. HEALTH.10.1 R SOLAS IX Does contractor supply its personnel with appropriate personal protective equipment? 6.2.4 R SOLAS IX The following safety equipment is available onboard _____ and in good condition: IAGC 6.2.03.2. or SOLAS routine replacement.17 R 6.11 R 6.20 R 22.214.171.124.2.21 R IAGC SOLAS IX IAGC SOLAS IX IAGC SOLAS IX IAGC SOLAS IX IAGC SOLAS IX IAGC SOLAS IX IAGC SOLAS IX IAGC SOLAS IX IAGC SOLAS IX IAGC SOLAS IX IAGC SOLAS IX IAGC SOLAS IX IAGC SOLAS IX IAGC SOLAS IX NO N/A _____ ______ Safety shoes? Safety helmets? Ear protection? Harnesses and lifelines? Gloves? Protective clothing? ( for specific tasks ) Coveralls? Buoyant / inflatable work vest? Oil skins? Protective gauntlets? Protective apron? Welding goggles / face mask? Oxygen resuscitator? Eye wash? Are hospital facilities according to international standard? On board nurse/doctor familiar with medevac procedure Remarks: . SAFETY AND PERSONNEL PROTECTION 6.7 R 6.2 Cat Ref.15 R 126.96.36.199 2 12.6 R 188.8.131.52 R 6.2.16 R 6.2.5 R SOLAS IX Protective glasses? 6.2. to ensure that the equipment and clothing is kept in satisfactory condition? IAGC 6.18 R 6.9 R 6.8 R 6.
0 Cat Ref.18 R 7.1 SOLAS IX ISM 10.1 SOLAS 11-2 Reg 17.24 R SOLAS 11-2 Reg 20.14 S 7. is there two independently driven main fire pumps? If gross tonnage more than 2000 tons.4 SOLAS 11-2 Reg 17.1 SOLAS 11-2 Reg 21 SOLAS 11-2 Reg 4 7.21 S 7.1 SOLAS 11-2 Reg 3. or the fire main pressurised? If gross tonnage more than 1000 tons.2.12 R 7.3 S 7.6 S 7.8 S 7.2 SOLAS IX ISM 10.1 STCW 95 A-VIII 3-2 61-4 YES NO N/A Is the fire control plan posted at appropriate locations or with each officer? Are all fire control plans up to date? Fire control plan available in English and native language? Fire control plan kept in a watertight container outside the deckhouse? At least two fireman’s outfit onboard? All fireman’s outfits accessible? All fireman’s outfits complete? All fireman’s outfits ready for use? Is there any spare air bottles available for the breathing apparatus? A compressor for air charging onboard? The main fire pump appears in good condition? Remote start for the main fire pump.03.4 SOLAS 11-2 Reg 17 1.1 SOLAS 11-2 Reg 4.23 R 7.1 SOLAS IX ISM 10.1 SOLAS 11-2 Reg 20.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.2 S 7.13 S 7.10 S 7. is there an emergency fire pump outside machinery space? Emergency fire pump appears in good condition if fitted? Starting procedures for fire pumps displayed? Fire hydrants appear in good condition? Fire hoses appear in good condition? Fire nozzles appear in good condition? International shore connection ready for use? All fire stations clearly marked? Machinery space fixed fire-fighting system appears in good condition? Engine room officers familiar with the operation of the machinery space fixed fire-fighting system? Remarks: .1 SOLAS IX ISM 10.7 S 7.98 24 7.19 R 7.11 7.15 S 7.22 S 7. FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT SOLAS 11-2 Is there a fire control plan onboard? 7.5 S 7.16 R 7. FIREFIGHTING 7.17 D 7.1 SOLAS 11-2 Reg 20 SOLAS 11-2 Reg 20 SOLAS 11-2 Reg 17.9 S 7.10.20 R 7.3 SOLAS 11-2 Reg 17.4 S 7.1 S Reg 20.2 Info only SOLAS IX ISM 10.3 SOLAS 11-2 Reg 3.3.1 Info SOLAS IX ISM 10.98 2 12.1 7.
Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.2 SOLAS IX ISM 10.44 R 7. Major checks as per classification society.1 SOLAS IX ISM 10.1 SOLAS IX ISM 10.1 Following portable fire extinguishers appear in good _____ condition when carried? IX 7.1 Solas IX ISM 10.41 R 7.36 R 7. Req.4 SOLAS IX ISM 10.34 R 7.45 S 7.1 Water? ISM 7.49 R 7.4 Info Req Info National .98 25 7.27 R 7.0 Cat Ref.1 SOLAS IX ISM 10.1 NO _____ N/A ______ Foam? CO2? Dry Powder? Service of portable fire extinguishers up to date? Inhouse check once a year.1 Solas IX ISM 10.2 SOLAS 11-2 Reg 45 SOLAS 11-2 Reg 45 1.48 R 7. is the storage tank and associated equipment in good condition? Foam / water monitors appear in good condition? Foam applicators appear in good condition? Record of foam test available? Water sprinkler system appear in good condition? Firefighting system for the paint locker appear in good condition? Firefighting system for flammable liquid locker appear in good condition? Maintenance records of firefighting equipment are available? Records appear complete and up to date? Are fire doors and fire dampers maintained in an operable condition? Are escape routes and low-level marking clear? Are all emergency exits according to regulation and free of obstructions? Is the length of dead-end corridors according to regulation? ( not more than 7 meter ) Is the galley provided with a fire blanket? Are smoke escape sets installed in each cabin and closed working area? Are smoking and no smoking area clearly marked? Is a fire drill held and recorded within last month? (Monthly).98 2 12.32 R 7.25 R ISM 10.03. Spare charges for portable extinguishers available? The machinery space fire detection system appears in good condition? The accommodation fire detection system appears in good condition? If foam fixed fire-fighting system installed. SOLAS 11-2 Reg 6. FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT YES SOLAS IX 7.30 S Class. FIREFIGHTING 7.38 R 7.35 R 7.31 S 7.1 Info SOLAS IX ISM 10.2.2.4 SOLAS IX ISM 10.1 SOLAS IX ISM 10.46 S 7.33 R 7.26 R Solas10. 7.47 R 7.1 Solas IX ISM 10.10.42 R 7.39 R 7.2 SOLAS IX ISM 10.50 S SOLAS IX ISM 10.37 D 7.1 SOLAS IX ISM 10.1 SOLAS IX ISM 10.29 R 7.28 R 7.40 R 7.43 R 7.
appear in good operating condition? Buoyant lifelines appear in good condition? At least four line-throwing appliances onboard? Line-throwing appliances within expiry date? At least 12 parachute flares stowed on or near the navigating bridge? Parachutes within expiry date? Lifeboat(s) and the following appear in good condition? Hull? Engine (run for 5 min.1 the rescue area? III 8.1 SOLAS III Reg 27 1.1.25 8.3 SOLAS IX ISM 10.03. as required.1 SOLAS III Reg 7.13 R 8.22 8.2 R SOLAS IX Are remaining survival suits easy accessible close to ISM 10.17 S 8.3 S SOLAS1.1 8.98 26 8.1 SOLAS IX ISM 10.24 8.11 R 8. with lines.0 Cat Ref.date-whistle-retro reflective tape ) The required number of lifebuoys is carried? (< 100m=8 >100m=10) Lifebuoys correctly marked? Lifebuoys fitted.29 R R R R R R R R R R R .20 8.10 R 8.12 R 8.8 8.1 SOLAS IX ISM 10.1 SOLAS IX ISM 10.14 R 8.2/3 SOLAS IX ISM 10.1 Is there a training procedure to unpack and put on Reg 33 survival suits in 2 minutes? 8. LIFESAVING APPLIANCES YES SOLAS 74 8.1 SOLAS IX ISM 10.1 NO N/A Is there 100% coverage of survival suits? Lifejackets appear in good condition? ( light exp.10.1 S Ch III-27 3 Is the vessel carrying at least 3 survival suits for each lifeboat? 8.9 R R S S S Info SOLAS IX ISM 10.6 8.)? Propeller? Rudder? Painters? Ladder? Provision? Small equipment? Lashing? Radio? No outstanding recommendations? _____ _____ ______ 8.4 SOLAS III Reg 7.28 8.23 8. LIFESAVING APPLIANCES 8.98 2 12.1 SOLAS III Reg 49 SOLAS IX ISM 10.26 8. lights or smoke signals? Lifebuoys appear in good condition? Self-igniting lights appear in good working condition? Self-activating smoke signal appear in good operating condition? Bridge wing quick release.5 8.15 S 8.21 8.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.1 SOLAS IX ISM 10.19 R 8.4 R SOLAS IX Survival suits appear in good condition? ISM 10.27 8.1.21 8.1 SOLAS III Reg 6.1.16 R 8.7 8.18 R 8.
56 8.1 NO N/A _____ ______ Are passengers/subcontractors instructed of meeting points and duties? A lifeboat drill conducted within the last month or within 24 hrs if 25% crew-change? Lifeboat operating instructions displayed on or in the vicinity of the lifeboat? If pick-up boat carried.41 R Cut out switch? 8.5.1 Battery recharging system on the lifeboat(s) appear in good condition? SOLAS IX 8.55 8. LIFESAVING APPLIANCES 8. 8.37 R Wheels and pulleys? 8.1 Lifeboat davit(s) following appear in good _____ condition? 8.43 R Life lines? 8.53 R 8.51 S 8.42 R Span wire? 8.34 R ISM 10.2 SOLAS III Reg 16 SOLAS IX ISM 10.57 8.0 Cat Ref.29 R Drain valve cap or plug? 8.98 2 12.38 R Falls? ( turning intervals 30 months ) Replace every 5 years.12 Engine operating instructions legible and mounted in a conspicuous place? SOLAS III 8.30 R Engine transmission cover? SOLAS III 8.59 R R R R R R SOLAS III Reg 8 SOLAS III Reg 18 3 SOLAS III Reg 9.28 R ISM 10.47 R Dock pins? 8.58 8.10.45 R Bowsing in pennant? 8.32 S Reg 41 3.39 R Brake? 8.33 R ISM 10. is it ready for boarding and launching in shortest possible time? If pick-up boat is carried.44 R Access ladder? 8. Non-skid finish on surfaces where persons might walk? SOLAS IX 8.50 S 8.48 S SOLAS III Muster list up to date for all crew? Reg 8 8.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.54 8.03.52 S 8.46 R Pennant quick release? 8.1 Cover? ( enclosed type ) 8.35 R ISM 10.6.49 S 8. following appear in good _____ condition? Hull/air chambers? Engine? Propeller? Rudder and tiller? Painter? Watertight storage? _____ _______ . LIFESAVING APPLIANCES YES SOLAS IX 8.31 S Reg 41.36 R Launchways? 8.98 27 8.40 R Recovery motor? 8.1 Identifying letters/numbers clearly marked on the lifeboat top side? SOLAS IX 8.
98 2 12.69 8.60 R ISM 10.98 28 8.1 Has the life rafts been serviced within the last 12 months? ( 17 months if reasonable explanation ) SOLAS III 8.73 R R R R D Containers and seal? Painters? Launching cradle? Hydrostatic release? Painters appear correctly attached to hydrostatic release unit and weak link? Liferafts are free of obstructions? A record of inspections and maintenance of each life-saving appliance available? A report of a monthly inspection of the life-saving appliances recorded in the log-book? Is there a suitable stretcher onboard? Emergency free float transmitter (EPIRB) appears in good condition and exp.71 184.108.40.206 S 8.61 R Other small equipment? 8.77 S 8.10.7 SOLAS III Reg 19.3 regulation? 8.0 Cat Ref.63 R Are there records showing drills and pick-up time with the pick-up boat? SOLAS III 8.64 S Reg 19.78 S SOLAS III Reg 52.62 R Launching and recovery equipment? 8.70 8.7 IMGL SOLAS IV Reg 7. LIFESAVING APPLIANCES YES SOLAS IX 8.76 S 8.03. LIFESAVING APPLIANCES 8.74 D 8.1 8.72 8.65 S Reg 19.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.7.66 S Is there a sufficient number of liferafts onboard? 8.1 Does this service also include the hydrostatic release units? SOLAS 8.1 Search light? 8.6 Remarks: .date within range? NO N/A _____ ______ 8.67 S SOLAS III Are liferaft containers marked according to Reg 39.68 R SOLAS IX The following appear in good condition? _____ ISM 10.8.
1.1.1 Does contractor provide the chief engineer with a procedures manual covering engine room organization. operation and maintenance? SOLAS IX 9. blocks and tackles. hooks and swivels etc.2 R ISM 7 The chief engineer has established his own engine room standing orders? STCW 95 9.8.5 S 9.2.03.98 2 12.61 9.3 S A VIII/2 Duties of the watchkeeping engineers are clearly defined with standing orders? 3-2.1.10 R 9.5 Remarks: . ISGOTT 2.1.9 D 9.7 APBS 13.3.4 YES NO N/A Minimum watchkeeping requirements defined for ratings? Watch schedules for duty engineer posted? Maintenance programme present? Maintenance records kept? Inventory of spare parts kept? Spare part replenishment system? Safety guidelines available for use with electric welding equipment? Are records available indicating the regular inspection of lifting/securing devices.1. chains.4 S 9.7 R 220.127.116.11 R SOLAS IX ISM 7 STCW 95 A VIII/2 3-2.5 SOLAS IX ISM 10.98 29 9.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.8 D 9.1 Cat Ref. ENGINE DEPARTMENT 9.10.61 STCW 95 A VIII/18.104.22.168.1.1 R ISM 7.5 APBS 20. ADMINISTRATION SOLAS IX 9.1 SOLAS IX ISM 10.6 R 9.1.
6 R Main fire pump? 9.2 Cat Ref.2 SOLAS II-I Reg 29.19 R Unattended machinery space extension alarms? 22.214.171.124.22 S Reg 126.96.36.199.10.24 D 9.2.21 S SOLAS V Changeover procedures for the emergency steering Reg 19-2 gear clearly displayed in the steering gear compartment? SOLAS II-I Emergency hydraulic oil storage tank fully charged? 9.2.2. when fitted? 9. ENGINE DEPARTMENT 188.8.131.52.2.12.12 R Electrical circuit continuity? 9.69 9.3 R Fuel oil tank quick closing devices? 9.2.1 R ISM 10.1 SOLAS II-I Reg. is it correctly aligned with the master gyro? The communication between the steering gear and bridge appears in good operating condition? Is there a rudder indicator visible in the steering gear compartment? Is access to the steering gear unobstructed? Are there handrails around steering gear? Are there gratings or non-slip surface around steering gear? .2.2 Arrangements have been made to supply heading information to the emergency steering position in the steering compartment?(>500grt.8 R Alternator switchboard safety devices? 9.18 R Machinery space fire detection and alarm? 9.7 R Emergency fire pump? 9.27 S 9.98 2 12.2.23 S SOLAS V Reg 12 f NO _____ N/A ______ 9.2.26 S 9.14 R Engineer’s alarm? 9.29 S Info SOLAS II-I Reg 29.11 R Engine room ventilation fan inlet flap closing device? 184.108.40.206.4 R Emergency generator? 9. OPERATIONS YES SOLAS IX 9.15 R Bilge level alarm? 220.127.116.11 R Oil mist detector alarm? 18.104.22.168 SOLAS II-I Reg 11.2.2 SOLAS II-I Reg 29.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.2./92/visual reading) If gyro is fitted in the steering gear compartment.13.17 R Purifier alarm? 22.214.171.124 R 9.03.28 S 9.13.2 R Fuel oil pump emergency stops? 9.2.3 9.2.10 R Engine room ventilation fan shutdown? 9.2.98 30 9.20 S STCW 95 The checking of the steering gear for possible oil A-VIII/2 leaks recorded at least daily? 3-2.9 R Accommodation and other spaces ventilation fan shutdown? 9.4 Records showing the regular checking / testing of _____ the following equipment.13 R Bilge oily water separator / filtering equipment? 9.2.5 R Emergency batteries? 9.
30 S Reg 19-2 The officers familiar with the operation of the steering system? 9.35 S Engine room chemicals safely stowed in a wellventilated area? 9.32 R SOLAS II-2 Emergency escape routes clearly marked from the Reg 45 engine room and other compartments around engine room and free of obstructions? SOLAS II-1 Machinery and surrounding compartments 9.98 2 12.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.36 S SOLAS 11-2 Closing cocks on sounding pipes closed? Reg 15.2 Cat Ref.2.5.2 9.31 R APBS Suitable hazard / warning notices posted in the 5.33 S Reg 43 2.2.1 engine room / work shop? 9.2.6 NO N/A .2. ENGINE DEPARTMENT 9.3 Spare gas and oxygen cylinders stowed apart in a well-ventilated position outside the engine room and accommodation? APBS 5.98 31 9.03.2.2 emergency escape routes adequately illuminated? ISGOTT 9.2.34 R 13.2. OPERATIONS YES SOLAS V 9.2.10.
10.98 2 12.18 D General service pump? 9.3. MACHINERY 9.30 D Fuel oil transfer pump? 9.28 D Domestic freshwater system? 9.25 D Air condition plant? 9.13 D Control air compressor? 9.11 D Shaft generator? 126.96.36.199 D The appearance / condition of the following.03.17 D Main fire pump? 9.9 D Emergency generator and instruments? 9.21 D Oily-water separator? 188.8.131.52.15 D Fuel oil purifiers? 9.3.22 D Salt water cooling pump? 9.14 D Evaporator? 9.23 D Ventilation fans? 184.108.40.206 D Instrumentation on auxiliaries? 9. when fitted.12 D Engine room compressor? 9.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.3.31 D Fuel oil heating system? Remarks: YES _____ NO _____ N/A ______ .3.10 D Boiler(s)? 9. appears satisfactory? 9.3.6 D Auxiliary engine no 2? 9.16 D Lubricating purifier? 9.24 D Ventilation trunking? 220.127.116.11.5 D Auxiliary engine no 1? 9.26 D Domestic refrigeration plant? 9.3.2 D Main engine no 1? 9.3.4 D Instrumentation on main engines? 9. ENGINE DEPARTMENT 9.19 D Foam pump? 9.3.29 D Lubricating oil transfer pump? 9.3.98 32 9.3.20 D Bilge pump? 18.104.22.168.3.3.7 D Auxiliary engine no 3? 22.214.171.124 D Domestic freshwater pump? 126.96.36.199 D Main engine no 2? 9.3 Cat Ref.3.3.
MACHINERY SPACES 9.4.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.8 D Generator flat? 9.98 2 188.8.131.52.03. ENGINE DEPARTMENT 9.6 D Bilges? 184.108.40.206.3 D Control room? 9.7 D Store room? 9.4 D Work shop? 9.10 D Storage of spare parts? Remarks: YES NO N/A .5 D Steering gear flat? 9.98 33 9.4.2 D Engine room? 9.9 D Compressor room? 9.1 D The appearance and housekeeping condition of the following spaces appear satisfactory? 220.127.116.11.4 Cat Ref.
98 2 12.5.98 34 9.5.5.03. ENGINE DEPARTMENT 9. ENERGY CONSERVATION YES 9.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.10.1 D Does contractor have a manual containing a policy on energy conservation? 9.3 D The ship has had an underwater survey within the last 3 years? 9.5 Cat Ref.4 D Does the contractor have procedures for monitoring the main engine’s performance? Remarks: NO N/A .5.2 D The contractor provides energy conservation training to engineers? 9.
1 SOLAS IX ISM 8.17 S 10.98 35 10.19 R 10.03.3 R SOLAS IX Fire in accommodation? ISM 8.21 R 10.23 R 10.1 SOLAS IX ISM 18.104.22.168 10.1 SOLAS IX ISM 8.8.15 R 10.15 ISGOTT 11.11 R 10.1 SOLAS IX ISM 8.3 APBS 21.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.26 R .25 R 10.2 ISGOTT 4.98 2 12.1 SOLAS IX ISM 8.18 R 10.1.1 SOLAS IX ISM 8.1 MARPOL 73/78 Protocol 1 SOLAS IX ISM 8 APBS 2.12 R 10.10 R 10.1 ISGOTT 4.14 R 10.12 NO N/A _____ ______ Fire in engine room? Fire on deck? Collision? Grounding? Tank leaking in double bottom tanks? Sea pollution? Main engine failure? Steering gear failure? Electrical power failure? Bunker spills? Abandon ship? Man overboard? Records indicating that emergency drills have been held? Contractor emergency response procedures of reporting to Authorities? On board emergency response procedures of reporting to contractor? Safety signs and / or notices displayed on deck and in accommodation? Are areas where smoking is permitted clearly marked? Smoking procedures clearly displayed in a public location? Adequate lighting on deck? Engine room lighting and all other working area adequate? Permit system for entering enclosed spaces? Permit system for hot work? Permit system for working aloft or outboard? 10.1 SOLAS IX ISM 8.6 10.7 10.2 R ISM 8.2 ISGOTT 4.1 SOLAS IX ISM 8.9 R R R R R R SOLAS IX ISM 8.13 R 10.1 SOLAS IX ISM 8.4. OPERATIONAL SAFETY YES ISGOTT 10.20 R 10.16 R 10.8.1 R 4.1 _____ following? 10.12 ISGOTT 4.8 ISGOTT 4.22 R 10.5 10. OPERATIONAL SAFETY 10.0 Cat Ref.8 10.6.1 SOLAS IX ISM 8.1.1 SOLAS IX ISM 8.1 SOLAS IX ISM 8.1 10.2 Procedures in place to ensure that sufficient crew are onboard at all times to safely work the ship and handle emergencies in port? SOLAS IX Are emergency procedures available for the 10.24 R 10.
0 Cat Ref.12 Permit system for working on electrical circuits? 10.29 S 10. OPERATIONAL SAFETY 10.5 SOLAS III Reg 8.30 S ISGOTT 4.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.98 36 10.4. OPERATIONAL SAFETY ISGOTT 10.10.98 2 12.12 APBS 17.3 YES NO N/A Safety procedures for working with asbestos? Up to date and complete muster list and emergency instructions displayed in required location? Instructions for lifejacket donning displayed? Remarks: .3/53 SOLAS III Reg 8.27 R 4.28 R 10.03.
POLLUTION PREVENTION MARPOL 1 If vessel is more than 400 grt.9 S S S S R R R SOPEP 2.98 37 11.2 S STCW 2.9.1 S Reg 26 Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan available? 95 11.2.3 11.1 MARPOL V Guidl 4.11 D Remarks: . diesel oil and lubricating oil tank vent? 11.2 Responsible personnel familiar with SOPEP duties? A-I/14 11.6 11.5.1 MARPOL Reg 19 ISGOTT 6.7 11.3 MARPOL V Guidl 4.10.3 Reg 8 MARPOL V Guidl 4.1.8 11.1. POLLUTION PREVENTION 11.10 R 11.3 ISGOTT 5.5 11.03.98 2 12.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.2 YES NO N/A Contractor procedures for spill and clean up? Oil record book available and up-dated in the engine room? (>400grt) Contractor procedures for collection and disposal of garbage onboard? Facilities on board for the separate collection of different garbage categories? All crew aware of requirements for the collection and disposal of garbage? Bunker loading and transfer procedures readily available? A standard discharge connection for disposal of residues from the sludge tank to shore? When in port.0 Cat Ref.4 11.1 MARPOL 1 Reg 20. is there an approved 11. discharge valve for oily-water / filtering equipment is closed? Suitable and permanent spill containment fitted around all fuel oil.
10 S 12.) NMD IV 12.15 S 22.214.171.124 R Are waste food bins covered and emptied frequently? ( min 2 times a day ) 12.c in the refrigerator? An alarm system in the freezers? Is it possible to open the door both ways in food storage? Is the quality of the fresh water good? Is the drinking water tested at regular basis by approved authority? .1.1 R Guidelines provided guidance within the its HSE documentation? 12.3 R Are “ Wash your hands” notices displayed in the toilet areas? 12.1.10. do the standards of hygiene appear satisfactory? 12.c in the meat freezer? A temperature of minimum minus 25 degr.1.1.1. HOUSE KEEPING 12.1. GALLEY YES E&P Forum Has the contractor defined hygiene standards and 12.1.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.14 S 12.16 S 12.0Cat Ref.7 R Is there a cleaning schedule that ensure that all parts of the food preparation areas and equipment are thoroughly cleaned on regular basis? 12.4 R Smoking forbidden and notices displayed in food preparation and storage areas? 12.9 S Art 2 Is there a dishwashing machine onboard? (Statutory if more than 15 persons onb.c and not kept for more than 3 days? ILO 68 12.1.03.1.98 2 12.13 S 12.1.5 R Galley staffs wearing clean clothing.17 S § 24 ILO 68 Art 2 NMD IV § 24 NMD IV § 25 NMD IV § 25 NMD IV § 25 NMD IV § 25 NMD IV § 25 ILO 68 Art 5 ILO 68 Art 5 NO N/A Handling procedure for the dishwashing machine displayed? A temperature of minimum minus 25 degr.12 S 126.96.36.199.1.98 38 12.8 R Cooked food kept stored below 5 degr.2 R From the appearance of the galley and food storage room.c in the fish freezer? A temperature around 0 degr.11 S 12.1.1. and hair covered? 12.
03.98 39 12.2.5 D 12.10.9 D 12.1 D 12.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.2.10 D 12.2.8 D 12.7 D 12.0Cat Ref. 12. HOUSE KEEPING 12.6 D 188.8.131.52.4 D 12.11 D Remarks: ACCOMMODATION Do the cabins appear in clean and tidy condition? Are bathrooms clean and tidy? Do the corridors appear clean and tidy? Ships offices / bridge etc appear clean and tidy? Laundry / wash rooms appear clean and tidy? Control room / instrument rooms appear clean and tidy? Hospital appears well organised and clean? Rails and stairs in the accommodation in good condition? Lighting in the accommodation sufficient? Officers and crews change room appears clean and tidy? Other accommodation space appears clean and tidy? YES NO N/A .2 D 184.108.40.206.2.3 D 12.98 2 12.2.2.
4 S power? IMO A.03.1 S dayroom and messroom? 13.6 R Internal alarm test carried out? (Preferably monthly) NO N/A Remarks: . INTERNAL COMMUNICATION 13. INTERNAL COMMUNICATION YES IMO A.481 13.98 2 12.2 S IMO A.481 A loudspeaker system.5 S Is there an emergency communication between bridge and engine room / steering gear flat? 13.481 Is this calling system connected to the emergency 13.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.10.3 S IMO A.481 Calling system arranged in such way that a sleeping person must leave the bed to answer? 13.98 40 13.481 A two way communication between bridge / cabins / 13.0 Cat Ref. which makes it possible for the duty officer to call for assistance anywhere on the vessel? IMO A.
3 14. 14.1 R SOLAS IX ISM 7 14.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.10. SECURITY 14.2 R SOLAS IX ISM 7 14.0 Cat Ref.98 2 12. is there a watchman to prevent persons gaining unauthorised access to the ship? Actions in the event of terrorist boarding? Actions to prevent piracy? Requirements to carry out searches of the vessel? Preventive procedures to mitigate risk when in high risk areas? NO N/A Remarks: .6 R R R R SOLAS IX ISM 7 SOLAS IX ISM 7 SOLAS IX ISM 7 SOLAS IX ISM 7 SECURITY YES Is there a contractor procedure to handle activist groups? When the vessel is alongside.4 14.98 41 14.03.5 14.
9 D Superstructure? 15.8 D Bridge deck? 15.10.0 Cat Ref.03.10 D Funnel? 15.98 42 15.1 D The appearance and maintenance condition of the following appear satisfactory: 15. HULL AND SUPERSTRUCTURE 15.6 D Upper deck? 15.11 D Watertight doors? YES _____ NO _____ N/A ______ Remarks: .2 D Hull? 15.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.98 2 12. 15.5 D Poop deck? 15.7 D Boat deck? 15.3 D Foc’sle deck? 15.4 D Main deck? 15.
3 D Are there any concerns about helicopter safety amongst the vessel’s officers and crew? NMD IV 16.1 S § 18 Is there any non-emergency use of helicopters.98 2 12. or emergency instruction exists.10.98 43 16.8 S § 21 Rescue craft and crew made ready during any helicopter operation? NMD IV 16.6 D Are helicopter operators satisfied with the standard of safety and emergency preparedness of the vessel? 16.10 R Does a radio only dedicated helicopter operation exist on the bridge? NMD IV 16.11 S § 20 If failure of radio communication.2 S § 19 Is a reputable helicopter operator with a good safety record being used? 16.0 Cat Ref. have aviation policies been agreed with contractor? NMD IV 16.03.13 D Has the designated helicopter landing officer attended a recognised course? NO N/A Remarks: .4 S § 18 Has an emergency action plan been drawn up.7 S SOLAS Does the schedule of fire drills carried out on board include training for a possible helideck crash and ensuing fire? NMD IV 16.9 S § 20 Has the contractor established procedures for communication between the vessel and the SOLAS IX ISM 10.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.5 S NMD IV Is the plan well understood by the crewmembers § 18 concerned? 16.12 D Is there a designated helicopter landing officer onboard? 16.1 helicopter before any operations? 16. for both a helideck accident and a helicopter ditching? 16. YES NMD IV 16. and if so. is there an understanding regarding use of light signals? 16. HELICOPTER OPERATION 16.
03.98 2 12.6 D Forum/ Orange coveralls and rain gear for easy visibility in case people are in the water? 17.9 R 17.22 R 17.? 17.15 R 17.0 Cat Ref.18 R 17.98 44 17. 19 S E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ NO N/A Life raft located at the stern? Lifebouy with self igniting light at the stern? Deck treated with anti-slip surface? Deck free of trip hazard and head level obstructions? Seismic equipment and materials securely stored? Good communication between the bridge and back/gun deck? Good communication between the instrument room and back / gun deck? Emergency stop button for streamed gun array provided? Can the launching apertures be operated by portable joy sticks? Can the operator see all personnel when deploying equipment? Is the complete back deck continuously covered by cameras and all action displayed on the bridge and recording station? Guns pressurised to max 20 bar when out of water? Are warning issued when guns are under pressure? Have serious failure of the trailing and associated gear occurred in the past? If so is lesson learned and corrective action taken? Equipment and machinery operating controls protected and instruction displayed? 17.4 R Forum/ Launching apertures and stern gate protection adequate? 17. SEISMIC VESSELS SPECIFIC 17.17 R 17.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.20 R 17.24 R E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ .10 R 17.2 R E & P A written procedure for handling of seismic Forum/ equipment? (deployment of guns/streamers/deployed equipment) E&P 17.5 S E & P Does the same rule regarding personnel safety gear Forum/ apply to the seismic crew as to the marine crew? E&P 17.16 R 17.7 R E & P Safety harness strap attachment points safe and Forum/ suitable located? 17. YES E&P 17.21 R 17.14 R 17.3 S Forum/ Warning flares / parachutes available on bridge in case of danger of collision between fishing boats and streamers? E&P 17.1 R Forum/ Does procedures exist defining the action plans if vessels are cross the streamers etc.10.23 R 17.8 R E & P Man overboard alarm at the stern? Forum/ 17.12 R 17.13 R 17.11 R 17.
29 R E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ All controls consistent in style and movement? All winch controls springloaded to neutral position? All spilt kerosene washed off / contained? Adequate lighting at all working area? Are seismic cable sections filled.03.28 R 17. which does not leak beyond the containment? . flushed and drained in a manner.98 45 17.25 R 17.10.26 R 17.98 2 12.27 R 17.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.
17. Remarks: . aerosols etc? 17.47 R E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ YES NO N/A Suitable fire protection in all compartments connected to the seismic operation? Portable CO2 extinguisher available for instrument / electrical fire? Fixed fire-fighting system in the compressor room? Fixed fire-fighting system at the aft deck seismic cable reel area? Fixed fire-fighting system in cable storage room? Flammable fluids segregated and kept to a minimum? Access to inert gas protected areas marked with warnings and instructions? Controls for the fixed fire-fighting system kept outside the risk area? Is the control date of fixed fire-fighting medium within regulation? Is the control book for all winches and cranes correct recorded? Crane emergency stop working properly? Formal maintenance program for control of all seismic equipment’s and tools? Drip tray under the cable reels? E&P Forum/ E&P Forum/ Note: See also "E&P Forum "Guidelines for Documenting and Implementing Field HSE Management Systems for Geophysical Operations". o rings. September 1998 for further guidelines on systems implementation.38 R 17.40 R 17.10.37 R 17. SEISMIC VESSELS SPECIFIC 17.42 R 17.98 46 17.34 R E & P Safety warning posted at power tool stations? Forum/ 17.71/280.32 R E & P Are all rotating machinery guarded in the Forum/ compressor room? 17.31 R E & P Any leaking observed on the seismic equipment Forum/ during the inspection? 17.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.33 R E & P Are rotating equipment in the workshop fitted with Forum/ proper guard? 17.39 R 17.0 Cat Ref.30 R E & P Metal bin on the aft deck to allow for correct Forum/ disposal of plastic tapes.35 R 17.45 R 17.43 R 17.03.36 R 17.98 2 12.46 R 17. Report No 6.44 R 17.41 R 17.
17 D Req A discharge rate for drill water of minimum 100m3/h against 70m waterhead? 18.19 D Discharge rate for potable water of minimum 50m3/ against 70m waterhead? Req 18.22 D Req Has the vessel a discharge rate for bulk product of minimum 50tonnes/h against 70m waterhead? 18.27 D Req At least 2 x 3 tonnes tugger winch onboard? Req 18.23 D Req At least 5m3 cool storage? Req 18.24 D Accommodation for at least 8 passangers? Req 18.13 D Req Deadweight more than 1000 tonnes? Req 18.speed? 18.2 D Beam more than 12.5 meter? Req 18.6 D Minimum stern freeboard loaded at least 0. SUPPLY VESSELS / ANCHOR HANDLING SPECIFIC 18.11 D Req Bulkwark height at least 1.26 D At least 2 x 6 tonnes capstans onboard? 18.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.4 D Summer draft less than 4.5 D Req Freeboard around 2 meter? Req 18.18 D Req Potable water capacity of at least 180 m3? Req 18.98 2 12.7 D Cruising speed at least 12 knots econom.10 D Deck area minimum 38m x 11m 18.25 D Do double bottom tanks and both sides protect the engine room? Req 18.16 D A minimum drill water capacity of 400m3? 18.5 meter? 18.3 D Req Depth moulded more than 6.21 D Bulk product capacity of 4 tanks x 40m3 each? 18.15 D Has the vessel a discharging rate for fuel of minimum 100m3/h against 70m waterhead? Req 18.10.5 meter? Req 18.0 Cat.28 D Stern gate from stern roller to upper rail on bulwark? NO COMM .12 D Deck load capacity for at least 350 tonnes? 18.9 D Req Bollard pull at least 100 mt continuous? Req 18.14 D Fuel capacity for more than 500 m3? Req 18.5 meter? 18. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS YES Req 18.03.9 meter? Req 18.1 D Overall length more than 60 meter? Req 18.8 D Req Bow thrust at least 5 mt continuos thrust in either transverse direction? 18. Ref.20 D Vessel equipped with a spare pump with minimum capacity of 50m3/h against 70m waterhead? Req 18.98 47 18.
34 D 18.10. drill and potable water according to requirements? 18.galley areas? ( rate-of-rise-detect. rail and chafing board detachable? Towing wires minimum 1000 meters / 64-millimetre diameter with a breaking strength of at least 2. Ref. karm forks or equivalent with guide pins and insert for specified chain or wire rope mooring and pendant lines? Sufficient wirerope.diametre.38 D 18.35 D 18.5 times continuos bollard pull? Four towing hawser of nylon at least 100 millimetre circumference and 50 meter of length? Hydraulic chain / wire rope stopper of Ulstein sharksjaw.37 D Req NO COMM Req Req Req Req Req 18. are there two chain chasers and two heavy-duty grapples? Full set of anchor handling equipment controls installed in aft control station on bridge? Smoke detectors in all cabins / accommodations.41 D 18.) A fuel meter at discharging manifold with printout? .43 D 18.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01. minimum 2.5 in.31 D Req Are all fittings for receiving and delivery of bulk cargo.36 D 18.30 D Req Oxy-acetylene welding and cutting gear capable of accessing all points on deck? 18.98 48 18. to deploy / retrieve the drilling vessels specified mooring system in the stated water depth by the chain chaser method? On the anchor handling gear.98 2 12. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS YES Req 18.03.42 D 18. SUPPLY VESSELS / ANCHOR HANDLING SPECIFIC 18.29 D Is there an electric welding machine onboard capable of accessing all points on deck? 18.39 D Req Req 18.44 D Remarks: Req Req Req Req Double drum with a minimum capacity of 1000m / 64mm wire for anchor handling? Stern roller of minimum 2 m diameter and 4 meter length? Chain lockers capable of storing minimum 3 x 300 m of 76 millimetre chain? Two windlasses independently driven each for 76millimetre stud link chain? Towing fairlead.40 D Req 18.33 D 18.32 D 18.0 Cat. fuel.
9 S S S S S S S NMD VI § 17 NMD VI § 19 NMD VI § 21 NMD VI § 22 NMD VI § 27 NMD VI § 14 NMD IV §13 IMO A478 NMD IV §13 IMO A478 YES NO COMM Is it possible to launch the MOB boat when “dead ship”? Are facilities and receiving area for rescue operation in accordance with regulation? A communication link between treatment room and radioroom/shore? Is the helicopter “Winch Only” accordingly marked? Does the contractor have an operational manual for rescue operation and drills? A new or like new towline and equipment onboard? One 3 cm radar onboard? One 10 cm radar onboard? 19.1 S NMD VI Full speed to be at least 12 knots in calm weather § 15 and fully loaded? 19.5 19.0 Cat.98 49 19.7 19.Date effective: Revision No: Revision Date: Page: 01.3 19. Ref.4 19.03.10. STAND BY VESSELS SPECIFIC 19.98 2 12.8 19. 19.2 S NMD VI Rescue zone according to regulation? § 16 19.10 S Remarks: .6 19.
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