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1. General The lifeboats are stored on the boat davits on both sides of the ship, In case of emergency, the crew can board the lifeboat and escaped with the lifeboat directly from its stowage position. The launching appliance consists of a boat davit (davit arm, frame, platform, falls, suspension block, and gripes/lashing device) and a boat winch (reduction gears, hand brake and centrifugal brake). Swinging out and lowering of the lifeboat can be controlled both from the inside of the lifeboat and at the ship's deck. The lowering speed of the lifeboat can be controlled by operating the remote control wire inside the lifeboat or by operating the remote control lever on the ship's deck. Moreover, it is possible to suspend the lowering operation of the lifeboat at any height. Recovery of the lifeboat is performed by operating the boat winch with the push-button switch box. When the davit arm reaches a prescribed position, the boat winch is automatically stopped by the limit switch. After the activation of the limit switch, the boat winch is operated manually to wind up the lifeboat to its stowage position. The boat winch is provided with a safety device to prevent the reverse operation of the manual handle. The lifeboat is equipped with on-loadloff--load release gear which complies with the requirements of the IMO LifeSaving Appliance (LSA) Code. The release gear system is equipped with a hydrostatic interlock system so that it will normally not release the hooks until the boat is waterborne. To avoid possible injury or death, read this manual carefully before using the boat davit, the boat winch, and the on-loadloff--load release gear.

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Also.1206 describes more detailed procedures for periodic servicing and maintenance of lifeboats.BRITISH MARINE PLC PERIODIC SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE OF LIFEBOATS. Lifeboats. launching appliances and release gear. launching appliances and release gear are required by SOLAS regulation III/20 to be inspected weekly and monthly according to the instructions for on-board maintenance complying with the requirements of SOLAS regulation III/36. Inspection and maintenance of lifeboat and release gear system Inspection and maintenance plan Lifeboats should be inspected and maintained weekly and monthly in accordance with the following tables. Tables 1 to 7 (see page 35 to 40). the method of inspection . Records should be kept on form SMM -25 / F -44 . The tables list the items to checked. which are conducted on board under the direct supervision of a senior ship’s officer. the procedures to be followed and the frequency at which the items are to be attended to. LAUNCHING APPLIANCES AND ON-LOAD RELEASE GEAR Page 31 of 49 6 Inspection and maintenance General precautions SOLAS regulation III/20 requires that all life-saving appliances shall be in working order and ready for immediate use before the ship leaves port and at all times during the voyage. MSC.1/Circ. This manual includes only the weekly and monthly inspection and maintenance.

2. or replace if significantly wasted. 6.2. Adjust to proper tension on V-belt.4 Drain valve Remove any dirt and check correct operation.2.2 On board maintenance procedures 6.2.2.2. 6.2.2 Operating list An operational test of the engine should be carried out on board the ship and in the afloat condition after launching at an appropriate opportunity to check the running condition.2.3.2. 6. Tighten up pipe connecting parts when any leakage was noted.2. 6.2.2.2.2 Boat 6.2.BRITISH MARINE PLC PERIODIC SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE OF LIFEBOATS. LAUNCHING APPLIANCES AND ON-LOAD RELEASE GEAR Page 32 of 49 6.2. Any shortage of quantity should be supplemented to the correct number.2 Damage of fabric Repair fabric products by same material according to degree of damage.1 Oil coating and filling When any rust exists.2. 6.2. any defective parts should be repaired in accordance with following procedures. After the operational test. 6.1 General As a result of inspection. 6.2.2.2.3 Engine 6.2. Defective parts other than the following should be recorded along with their details and ordered for maintenance and repair by the manufacturers.2. Rotating parts should be filled with lubricating oil.2.2.3 Gasket Repair with adhesive sealant according to degree of damage. remove rust and coat with machine oil.2.1 Rust on metal parts Give anti-rusting treatment according to degree of damage. .2.5 Water spray system Remove any deposit from spray nozzles.3. ensure that the valves for the cooling water cooling line are opened and flushed with fresh water and drained completely.

the method of inspection.4 Adjust the length of boat falls as necessary so that the clearances between the davit arm and davit arm stopper at fore and aft are almost the same. .2.3. 6. . 6.3.3.3. Tables 1 to 7 (see page 35 to 40).3 Inspection and maintenance of launching appliances (davits and winches) 6.2. .2.3.3.BRITISH MARINE PLC PERIODIC SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE OF LIFEBOATS.2 Wire rope 6.1 Battery Fill up battery with electrolyte if level is bellow the designed position.2. 6.4. 6.2. Any shortage of quantity should be supplemented to the correct number.2 Check fixing condition of wire ropes.3 kink or looseness of ply was observed.2.4 Electric parts 6. Tighten up electric terminal if it is loose.2 On-board maintenance procedure 6.1 General As a result of inspection. LAUNCHING APPLIANCES AND ON-LOAD RELEASE GEAR Page 33 of 49 6.2. the procedure to be followed and the frequency at which the items are to be attended to.1 Inspection and maintenance plan Launching appliances should be inspected and maintained weekly and monthly in accordance with the following tables. Defective parts other than the following should be recorded along with their details and ordered for maintenance and repair by the manufacturers. Records should be kept on form SMM -25 / F -44 6.1 Wire ropes should be changed in the following cases: .2. any defective parts should be repaired in accordance with following procedures. or .4 erosion/corrosion was observed.2.2.2.1 break of elemental wire was observed.3. 6.2.2.3 Change the boat falls within an appropriate period.2 7% reduction of nominal diameter was observed.3.2. The tables list the items to checked.

6. the detailed structure of the davit and winch and the functions of their parts should be understood. the boat should be secured to prevent movement.2.1 Prior to commencement of the maintenance work of the winch. adjusting the angle and tightening the bolts again.3.2 Oil should be checked and changed if discoloured. Wire rope should be oiled or greased every two months in general.2.3.4 Wire rope/oil grease should be regularly checked to prevent loss of oil/grease. oil should be added until its surface comes to the designated level in the oil gauge. For appropriate gre3asing. In case that oil level is low.3.4.5 Ensure that material and diameter of suspension links are as specified by the release gear manufacturer.2. 6. LAUNCHING APPLIANCES AND ON-LOAD RELEASE GEAR Page 34 of 49 6. 6.2.2. the gear box should be replaced or repaired.3 Gear oil inside the boat winch should regularly be checked regarding amount.3.4.3.4 In case that the angle of brake has dropped due to abrasion of the brake lining. .2.2.2 All grease nipples of the davit should be greased at least once a month.3. 6.3. 6.2. 6.4.2. Greasing also should be regularly conducted.2.2. 6.4 Greasing 6.BRITISH MARINE PLC PERIODIC SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE OF LIFEBOATS.3.4. 6. change of colour and mixture of moisture. the angle of the break level should be adjusted by loosening the bolts.3.3.3.3. In case that a defect is found on a surface of gear.3.1 Lubrication is essential for the function of the davit and winch and regular checking is necessary.3 Boat winch 6.3.2.3 Surfaces of each gear inside the gear box should be checked.3.

Lubricate/grease. Check moving condition. Check wear and corrosion. Lubricate/grease. sheave pin Davit arm stopper and trigger hook Visual Operation Lubricate Lubricate Visual Operation Lubricate Visual X X Boat fall. Check moving condition.5 years). X X X X X c/o c/o c/o Davit arms Operation Operation X X X X X X X X X X X c/o c/o c/o c/o c/o c/o c/o c/o c/o c/o c/o c/o c/o c/o c/o c/o c/o c/o c/o Sheave. deformation and depression. Replacing boat fall (5 years) Check wear.BRITISH MARINE PLC PERIODIC SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE OF LIFEBOATS. Turn buckle Lubricate Turn ends Replacing Lashing wire rope Deck operation device Remote control wire Boat chock Visual Operation Lubricate Visual Operation Lubricate Visual X X X X X X X X X X . Check wear. LAUNCHING APPLIANCES AND ON-LOAD RELEASE GEAR Page 35 of 49 Table 1 – Inspection procedure and maintenance plan for davit Maintenance Plan Weekly Monthly Responsible Person Items Frame Method Visual Visual Inspection Procedure Check corrosion. suspension block Hinge pin. Moving out from stowed position. Turn ends of boat fall (2. Lubricate/grease. corrosion and looseness. Check wear and corrosion. Lubricate/grease. Check moving condition. Turning out from stowed position Check wear and corrosion. deformation and depression. Check moving condition. Check corrosion. breakage of wire and corrosion. Lubricate/grease. Check wear and corrosion. Lubricate/grease.

c/eng. bearing. Check normal operation. c/off. Check normal operation. c/eng. c/off. Check wiring and other defects. Lubricate/grease. X X X X X X X X c/eng. Maintenance Plan Weekly Monthly Responsible Person X X X X X X X X X X X Electrician Electrician Electrician Electrician Electrician Electrician Electrician Electrician Electrician X X . c/eng. Centrifugal brake Wire end cotter Brake Level Speed change lever Method Visual Operatio n Visual Visual Visual Operatio n Lubricate Inspection Procedure Check level and deterioration of lubricating oil. oil seal Brake system. LAUNCHING APPLIANCES AND ON-LOAD RELEASE GEAR Page 36 of 49 Table 2 – Inspection procedure and maintenance plan for winch Maintenance Plan Weekly Monthly Responsible Person Items Gear box. Check wiring. Check wiring and other defects. Check looseness. Check corrosion or any defects. X X X Table 3 – Inspection procedure and maintenance plan for electric parts Items Electric motor Limit switch Push-button switch box and cable Start panel Method Visual Operation Visual Operation Lubricate Visual Operation Visual Operation Inspection Procedure Check wirings Check normal operation. Check corrosion or any defects. Lubricate/grease. Check unusual noise.BRITISH MARINE PLC PERIODIC SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE OF LIFEBOATS. Check normal operation. gear. c/eng. Check operating condition.

Inspect for any damage to canopy. c/off. tiller and emergency tiller. Remove any dirt or on moving parts. Inspect for good operation of main steering and connecting emergency tiller. c/off X X . c/off. Inspect for deformation or other defects. LAUNCHING APPLIANCES AND ON-LOAD RELEASE GEAR Page 37 of 49 Table 4 – Inspection procedure and maintenance plan for boat Maintenance Plan Weekly Monthly Items Method Inspection Procedure Inspect for deformation or other defects. c/off. c/off. Inspect for any damage. c/off Release gear Painter release device All hatches Window Visual Visual Operation Visual Visual Steering gear Operation Check resetting condition. c/off. c/off. c/off. Remove any dirt or on moving parts. X X X X X X X X c/off. c/off. Responsib le Person Outside hull Visual X X c/off.BRITISH MARINE PLC PERIODIC SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE OF LIFEBOATS. X X X Inspect for any damage. Inspect for peeling or any damage of retro-reflective material. Inspect for easy operation and good condition of gasket. Check resetting condition. c/off. Inspect for any crack on glass. Outside canopy Buoyant lifeline Foldable canopy*1 Inside boat GRP Wood Metal Drain Valve Visual Visual Visual Visual Visual Visual Visual Visual X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X c/off. Inspect for any damage of rudder. Clean both sides of glass.

c/eng. Check securing condition of the tank (corrosion or leakage and connecting parts). c/eng. Check any leakage on connecting parts. c/off. Check viscosity of oil with finger and ensure it’s not dirty. c/eng. Check an amount of oil. Start and operate the engine. c/eng. c/eng. Air support system ( if applicable) Inspect for any damage. Maintenance plan Weekly Monthly Responsib le Person X X X X X c/eng. X X c/off. Inspect for proper operation. c/off. c/off. Fuel oil tank Visual X c/eng. c/eng. c/eng. c/off. c/eng. Table 5 – Inspection procedure and maintenance plan for engine Items Engine Method Visual Operation Visual Lubricating oil Visual Inspection procedure Check in good condition. Check any leakage on pipe. c/eng. Visual Visual Inspect for any damage. Check operating properly. Inspect for corrosion or any damage. c/off. Check operation of throttle. Inspect for corrosion or any damage. Check an amount of fuel oil. Inspect operation of valve. c/off. Check an amount of fresh water. Inspect for proper tension of Vbelt. *2 X *2 X X X X X X X c/off. Inspect for any damage of belt. Check light on when preheating. Remove any deposit.BRITISH MARINE PLC PERIODIC SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE OF LIFEBOATS. c/eng. LAUNCHING APPLIANCES AND ON-LOAD RELEASE GEAR Page 38 of 49 Stern tube Propeller and guard Breather valve Water spray System (If applicable) Visual Visual Operation Visual Operation Clutch V-belt Spray pipe Spray nozzle High pressure pipe Regulat or Air cylinder Visual Visual Visual Inspect gasket and check for leakage of seawater. Inspect for any damage. Fuel oil pipe Water cooler Cooling water pipe Starter switch Glow lamp Visual Visual Visual Operation Operation X X X X X X X . Check operation of clutch.

LAUNCHING APPLIANCES AND ON-LOAD RELEASE GEAR Page 39 of 49 Tachometer Oil pressure warning lamp. Electr. Measure voltage of battery. c/eng. Check light on. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Items Oars Thole pins Boat hooks Buoyant bailer Buckets Survival manual Compass Sea-anchor Painters Hatches Watertight receptacle and fresh water Dipper with lanyard Graduated drinking vessel Food ration in watertight container Rocket parachute flare Hand flare Maintenance plan Weekly Monthly X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Responsible Person . Stop the engine. When voltage is low. X X X X X X c/eng. Electr. charge battery. quantity and expiry date where applicable No . Check any defects on wiring. Table 6 – Inspection procedure and maintenance plan for electric parts Items Battery Inside lamp Canopy lamp Search light Electric wiring Method Visual Measure Operatio n Operatio n Operatio n Visual Inspection procedure Check lead wire. Table 7 – Inspection procedure and maintenance plan for lifeboat equipment Check for condition. Electr. Electr. c/eng. Check light on. Electr. Check proper light on or light off condition. Charge lamp Stop wire Operation Operation Operation Check proper indication of revolution. Maintenance plan Weekly Monthly Responsib le Person X X X X X X Electr. Check light on.BRITISH MARINE PLC PERIODIC SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE OF LIFEBOATS.

LAUNCHING APPLIANCES AND ON-LOAD RELEASE GEAR Page 40 of 49 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Buoyant smoke signal Waterproof electric torch One daylight signalling mirror One copy of lifesaving signals One whistle A first-aid kit Anti-seasickness medicine One seasickness bag for each person A jack knife Three tin openers Three buoyant rescue quoits A manual pump One set of fishing tackle Portable fire extinguishing equipment A radar reflector Thermal protective aids Compartments for storage A means for collecting rainwater A boarding ladder Seat belts Instructions for immediate action Water resistant instructions X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X .BRITISH MARINE PLC PERIODIC SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE OF LIFEBOATS.

3. Release gear. When repairs. . LAUNCHING APPLIANCES AND ON-LOAD RELEASE GEAR Page 41 of 49 7. where fitted  cables for control and release  hook fastening 7.2.  operate the on-load release mechanism  reset the on-load release mechanism 7. 7. where fitted  maneuvering system  power supply system  bailing system 7. thorough servicing and annual servicing are completed.3.2 OVERHAUL OF ON-LOAD RELEASE GEAR Overhaul of on-load release gear includes:  Dismantling of hook release units  Examination with regard to tolerances and design requirements  Adjustment of release gear system after assembly  Operational test as per above and with a load according to SOLAS regulation III/20. where fitted. Annual inspection 7. a statement confirming that the lifeboat arrangements remain fit for purpose should be issued by the manufacturer’s representative.3  Examination of vital parts with regard to defects and cracks.3. Operational test of on-load release function  Position the life boat partially into the water such that the mass of the boat is substantially supported by the falls and the hydrostatic interlock system.3 Life boat.1 ANNUAL DYNAMIC WINCH BRAKE TEST AND THOROUGH EXAMINATION (TO BE CARRIED OUT BY THE MANUFACTURER OR OTHER PERSON AUTHORIZED AND TRAINED BY THE MANUFACTURER) Annual operational testing should preferably be done by lowering the empty boat.1. The following items should be examined and checked for satisfactory condition and operation:  condition of lifeboat structure including fixed and loose equipment  engine and propulsion system  sprinkler system.BRITISH MARINE PLC PERIODIC SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE OF LIFEBOATS.11.3. where fitted  air supply system. Operational test of off-load release function  position the lifeboat fully waterborne  operate the off-load release gear  reset the on-load release gear  Recover the lifeboat to the stowed position and prepare for operational readiness. The following should be examined for satisfactory condition:  Operation of devises for activation of release gear  excessive free play  hydrostatic interlock system. 7. the brake should be abruptly applied. When the boat has reached its maximum lowering speed and before the boat enters the water. is not triggered.

 Wires and sheaves.3. The following items should be examined for satisfactory condition and operation  Brake mechanism  Replace brake pads if necessary  Remote control system  Power supply system Also refer to the manufacturers’ instruction booklets. The following items should be examined for satisfactory condition and operation  Davit structure. . which are available onboard the vessels. Winch.5. deformations and excessive free play.BRITISH MARINE PLC PERIODIC SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE OF LIFEBOATS. in particular with regard to corrosion. sheaves and moving parts. misalignments. LAUNCHING APPLIANCES AND ON-LOAD RELEASE GEAR Page 42 of 49 7. possible damages such as kinks and corrosion  Lubrication of wire.3. Davit.  Functioning of limit switches  Stored power systems  Hydraulic systems 7.4.

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