Cal Tec Safety Ltd

Safety Audit
LPG/LNG Layout M.V: Flag: Port: Operation: Auditor: Date: Cargo on Board:

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Contents
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY .......................................................................................3 GENERAL INFORMATION .....................................................................................4
PART 1 - AUDIT SUMMARIES AND ASSESSMENT ................................................5 PART 2 - CERTIFICATION/DOCUMENTATION .......................................................6 PART 3 - CREW MANAGEMENT/ADMINISTRATION ............................................. 13 PART 4 - NAVIGATION/COMMUNICATIONS ........................................................ 17 PART 5 - CREW SPACES (SAFETY MANAGEMENT)............................................ 29 PART 6 - LSA/FFE ............................................................................................... 36 PART 7 - MOORING, DECK AND STRUCTURAL ................................................... 45 PART 8 - CARGO, BALLAST AND POLLUTION ..................................................... 51 PART 12 - ENGINE ROOM AND STEERING GEAR ................................................ 67 PART 14 - AUDIT FINDINGS ................................................................................ 75

PHOTOGRAPHS ................................................................................................ 76
Parts 9, 10, 11 and 13 are not used in this report format

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Executive Summary

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General Information
Vessel Name Previous Names : :

I.M.O. Number S.Dwt. S. Draft G.R.T. Built Keel Laid Flag Class

: : : : : : : : : : : : : : :

LOA LBP Breadth Depth Moulded Cargo capacity

Number of cargo spaces Next special survey due Total Crew Master

: : : :

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Part 1 - Audit Summaries and Assessment Grade Standard :- Excellent/Good/Average/Poor/Very Poor
Part 2 3 4 5 Title
Excellent Good Average Poor V. Poor

Certification and Documentation Crewing and Administration Navigation and Communications Crew Spaces (Safety Management) LSA and FFE Moorings, Deck and Structure Cargo and Ballast Systems Not used Not used Not used ER and Steering Gear

6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Senior Officers Language Abilities
Grade Standard :- Excellent/Good/Average/Poor/Very Poor
Rank
Excellent Good Average Poor V. Poor

Master Chief Officer Chief Engineer 2nd Engineer

NB – Off set “X”s are used to indicate degree within the grading.

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Part 2 - Certification/Documentation
Priority

Inspections
Date Port State Next Due Port Comments

MARPOL

U.S.C.G.
(TVEL, LOC etc)

U.S.C.G. (Mon etc) USCG
(DCM)

National Flag

Charterers

Charterers

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Part 2 - Certification/Documentation
Priority
201 20101 20102 20103 20104

Certification
SOLAS International Loadline
Safety Construction Safety Equipment Safety Radio Issued Expiry Ann Due Comments

20105 International Oil Pollution 201051 Int. Sewage Pollution 20106 20107 20108

Int. Tonnage Cert. Safe Manning Shipboard Management DOC SMC

Ship Type Specific Certificates
201091 Certificates of Fitness 201092 NLS Certificate (MARPOL AII)

Other Certificates
20111

U.S. Financial Responsibility (FMC)

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Part 2 - Certification/Documentation
Priority
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Safety Servicing
(Record due dates)

Date
20201

Comments
IMO A602(15) SOLAS I 8

PFE Extinguishers (2yearly) Fixed FE Systems CO2 system (2yearly)

20202

SOLAS I 8 Class Rules

202021 Halon system (2yearly) 202022 D.P. System (2yearly)

SOLAS I 8 Class Rules SOLAS I 8 Class Rules

20203

SCBA BA Sets (1 year)

IGC 14.2.6

(inc Escape & ELSA sets) 202031 CABA cylinders (5yearly)

Class Rules

20204

Medical Medical locker (Annually)

Recommend

20205

LSA Liferafts (Annually)

(Note location)
1 2 3 4 5
SOLAS III 20.8.1

202051 Survival Craft falls E-for-E (30m) Renewal (5 years) (4 years if not E-for-E)

SOLAS III 20 SOLAS III 20

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Part 2 - Certification/Documentation
Priority
203

ISM Manuals
(List manuals in SMS)

(ISM 11.1)

Updated Recently Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No

Comments

20301

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Part 2 - Certification/Documentation
Priority
204

Regulatory Publications (ISM 11.1) IMO Publications Consolidated SOLAS(2001) (Including 2000 amendments)
Consolidated MARPOL (2002) LSA Code (1997) FSS Code (2001) Alarm Code STCW 95 + amendment 2 (1997) International Code of Signals (IMO 1987) (Inc amendments to 1995) IMO Routing (7th) Annual Summary Notices to Mariners Prevention of Collision Regulations (1972 + amendments to 1995) IAMSAR

Edition

20401

Yes/No

20402 20403 20404 20405 20406 20407

Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No

20408 20409 20410

Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No

20411

Yes/No

20412 204121

Ship Type Codes IGC or GC & amendments
IBC (1998) or BCH Code and amendments

Yes/No Yes/No

204129

IMDG Code (amend 30/00)

Yes/No

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Priority
204

20413 204131 204132 204133 204134 204135 204136

Regulatory Publications (ISM 11.1) IMO and Industry Guides All vessels Bridge Procedures guide (1998)
Guide to Helicopter Operations GMDSS Handbook (or ITU Pubs) Code of Safe Working Practice (1998) Medical Guide (Ship Captains/WHO) Bridge Team Management Mariners Handbook

Edition

Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No

20414

Ship Type Specific Inert Gas Systems (1990)
Medical First Aid Guide(MFAG)

Yes/No

20417

Yes/No

204181 20419 20420

Recommendations for Gas Tanker Manifolds Clean Seas Guide (4th 1994) Ship to Ship Transfer Guide (Tankers - 1997, LPG - 2nd 1995) ISGOTT (4th edition 1996) ICS Gas Tanker Safety Guide (2nd 1995) Chemical Tanker Safety Guide OCIMF Mooring Equipment Guidelines(1997) (And/Or Effective Mooring Guide)

Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No

20421 20422 20423 20424

Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No

20426

Liquified Gas Handling Principles on Ships and Terminals (2000) Guide to Pressure Relief Valve Maintenance and Testing

Yes/No

20427

Yes/No

20428 20429

Other Publications Flag Regulations
USCG regs (CFR 33, 35, 46) on board

Yes/No Yes/No

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Part 2 - Certification/Documentation
Priority
204

Regulatory Publications (ISM 11.1)
Approved Manuals and Records All Vessels Approved Loading & Damage Stability Data (IMO A749(18))
Approved MARPOL plan available VRP and USCG approval letter available Annual review carried out Register for Lifting Appliances up to date (ILO 152) Oil Record Book in order and up to date

Comments

20430

Yes/No

20431 20432 204321 20433 20434

Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No Yes/No

Ship Type Specific
20436 Approved Proced. & Arrangements Manual (MARPOL Annex II vessels) Cargo Record Book(MARPOL Annex II) Cargo Information Manual (LPG vessels) Yes/No

20437 20438

Yes/No Yes/No

20442

IG Operations Manual (Does not need to be approved)

Yes/No

205 20501

Recommended Publications
Official Log, or equivalent, and FRE 13 up to date

(ISM 11.1)

Yes/No

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Part 3 - Crew Management/Administration
Priority

Crew Management Manning in compliance with Safe Manning Certificate? 30102 Crew qualifications are adequate for trade of vessel? 301021 Appropriate for flag? (Lib, Pan etc) 30103 Random check of medical certificates satisfactory? 30104 Junior officers suitably trained/experienced on vessel type?
301 30101

SOLAS V 14.2

STCW AII/4, AIII/4, ISM 6.2

ILO II 147

(Tasco/Gas/Chem/DG/FF etc)
30105

Procedures in place for monitoring and controlling work hours?(Watch keepers
reqd, recommend for day workers)

STCW A VIII/1 STCW B VIII/1

302 30201

Emergency and Training Records Company Training Records available and up to date?

ISM 6.3-6.5 SIRE 3.10

30203

Personal training records available and up to date?
(Random sample)(Golar–ISF Booklets)

ISM 6.3-6.5

30204

Training courses provided by Company? (e.g. ship handling, navigation,
bridge team training and management techniques, electronics, instrumentation).

IMO A680(17) SIRE 3.10 BTM

30205

30206

Training in use of ships lifting equipment provided and records maintained? (Cert. Issued) Formal training in Bridge Team (resource) Management techniques provided?

COSWP 7.5.8 ISM 6.3-6.5

IMO A680(17) Exxon MSC 4.8

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Part 3 - Crew Management/Administration
Priority
303 30301

3030101 3030102 3030103 3030104 3030105 3030106 3030107 3030109 3030110 3030111 3030112 3030113 3030114 3030115 3030116 3030117 30302

P M System Records available and up to date? Check if following items covered by PM system:Cargo tank P/V valves IG non-return valve Ballast tank vents Cargo heating system testing Cargo system filters IG alarms and trips Cargo pump alarms and trips
ESD Systems? Deluge/spray systems Fire/gas detector loops Last test of Survival Craft engines Last test of remote shut-offs Last test of Emergency Lighting Emergency generator Emergency fire pumps Lifting equipment limit switches Maintenance of survival craft launching appliances and on-load release gear (if fitted), up to date?
(Note date last examination and winch test (5 yearly))

ISM 10.2.4

SOLAS III 20.11.1

30303 30304

Safety Maintenance records in order and up to date? Instruction manuals available for on board maintenance of LSA?

SOLAS III 20.3 ISM 10.2.4 SOLAS III 36

304 30401

30402

30403

Accident/Incident Reporting Does the Company operate a formal accident/incident investigation procedure? Are records of personnel accident, incidents and near miss events maintained? Does medical log agree with contents of accident files.

ISM 9.1 IGC 1.5.3.3

ISM 9.1

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Part 3 - Crew Management/Administration
Priority
305 30501

Drug and Alcohol Monitoring Alcohol record sheets completed and satisfactory?
Drug & Alcohol Test Equipment in good order? Calibration kit available and complete? Date last calibrated? Note Dates of tests: Last unannounced Alcohol test? Last unannounced Drug test?

STCW B VIII/2 5 OCIMF D & A Guide ISM 10.2.4

30502 30503 30504 30505 305051 306

Register of Lifting Appliances/Mooring Equipment Documentation

30602

Date and type of last entry?
(Annual/Quintennial)

COSWP 7.6.1

30604

30605

30606

Records of certificates and maintenance of cargo equipment available? Dated certificates available for all ropes, wires, mooring shackles and rope tails? Winch brakes last tested?

BLU 2.2.6 ISM 10.2.4

SIRE 10.1

Recommend for nontankers
MEG 7.9.3 ISM 10.2.1

Recommend 2Y

30607

Ropes in use for mooring exclude polypropylene?

MEG 6.3.1.3

Obs

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Part 3 - Crew Management/Administration
Priority
307 30701 30702 30703 30704 30705

Miscellaneous Class quarterly listing available on board? Class items up to date and no CCs listed? DPA identified and known on board? Class Record of Safety Equipment complete and detail correct? Language in manuals and drawings for machiney appropriate?
(V/ls built after 1.7.98)

Obs

Obs

ISM 4 Class Rules

SOLAS II-1 26.10

30706 30707

30708

Assessment of potentially dangerous spaces made and spaces identified? Company audit scheme in place, report available including nonconformities and close-out system? Vessel Particulars Questionnaire (VPQ) up-to-date, available and copy lodged with SIRE and/or CDI? (1997
edition)

COSWP 17.1.1

ISM 12.1, 9.1

SIRE 1.14 Exxon MSC 1.9

30709

Company has policy of visiting vessels at least 6 monthly? (Note date of last
visit)

SIRE 5.1.2

307091

30710

Company audit report available including non-conformities and closeout system? ESP file complete and up to date?
(Reqd on tankers and bulk carriers over 5Y old )

SIRE 5.1.3 ISM 12.1 ISM 9.1 SOLAS XI 2 IMO A774(18) SIRE 7.1

30711 30712

Calibration Register maintained? Vessel entered in Fuel Analysis Program? (Note name of Company and if
records maintained)

Recommend

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Part 4 - Navigation/Communications
Priority
401 40101 40102 40103 40104

Radars Two sets fitted and fully operational?
(>3000 GRT)(Functional Independence) One set 3cm (9 Ghz)? ARPA fully operational?(if applicable)

SOLAS V 19.2.7.1

SOLAS V 19.2.3.2 SOLAS V 19.2.8.1 33 CFR 164.38

40105 40106

Means provided to allow pro-active passage plan monitoring? (also include turns) Type approval label attached to ARPA? Gyro/Log inputs operational?
(Speed input to ARPA water stabilised only – GPS is not water stabilised) (If GPS input – post warning sign)

Recommend

33 CFR 164.38

33 CFR 164.38 BPG 4.2.4.1 SOLAS V 19.2.3.3

40107 40108

Information on Blind Sectors posted? Performance monitors fitted and operational?
(Check records)

BPG 4.2.1 IMO A477(12)

402 40201

40202 40203

Speed Indicating Device Doppler, Electro-magnetic type log or GPS Provided? (Reqd on v/ls built after 1984) Operational?
Transverse speed indication provided?
(Reqd on new V/ls >50000GRT)

SOLAS V 19.2.3.4

SOLAS V 19.2.9.2

403 40301

Echo Sounder Operational and used in coastal waters? (Inc trace recorder)
Trace marked with date and time when used? (Starting and stopping) Remote readout available and operational?

SOLAS V 19.2.3.1 33 CFR 164.35 BPG 4.6

40302 40303

BPG 3.2.4

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Part 4 - Navigation/Communications
Priority
404 40401 404011 404012

Standard and Gyro Compasses Condition of Standard Compass and fittings? Illumination adequate?
(Not specified in 02 amendments)

SOLAS V 12(b)2

Standard Compass Last adjusted?
(recommend annual verification by Master)

SOLAS V 19.2.1.1 BPG 4.4.1

404013 40402 404021 404022 40403 40404

Annual verification carried out by Master? Gyro Compass fitted and operational? Gyro Compass Last serviced? Repeaters aligned correctly? Compass errors checked and logged each watch? Means to take visual bearings available?
(Repeaters, azimuth rings, also over reasonable arc of horizon)

Recommend

SOLAS V 19.2.5 Makers Instr.

STCW AVIII/2 34.2 BPG 3.2.5, 4.4.3 SOLAS V 19.2.1.2

40405

Heading input provided to radar/ARPA, AIS beacon and operational?

SOLAS V 19.2.3.5

405 40501 40502

40503

40504

Steering Gear Block diagram posted? Is steering gear changeover procedure posted and officers familiar with operation? Off Course alarm tested and operational and officers familiar with operation? Is Off-Course alarm magnetic type, independent of Autopilot and power fail alarm fitted? RDF Equipment DF fitted and operational or exemption certificate on board? (Not
reqd after 1.7.02 if GPS fitted)

SOLAS V 26.3.1 33 CFR 164.35(k) SOLAS V 26.3.2

IMO A342(9) BPG 4.3.3

Exxon MSC 4.1

406 40601

SOLAS V 19.1.2.2

40602 40603

Date of last calibration check?
(recommend verified annually by Master)

SOLAS V 12(p)

DF logbook of check bearings being maintained?
(Where reqd to be carried min 4 in each quadrant annually)

SOLAS V 12(a)vii ISM 10.2.4

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Part 4 - Navigation/Communications
Priority
407 40701

Other Bridge Equipment Rudder angle, RPM and Rate of Turn (where fitted) visible from conning position?
(Rate-of-Turn reqd on new (>1.7.02) v/l's >50000GRT only)

33 CFR 164.35 SOLAS V 19.2.9.1

40702 40703 40704 407041

Displayed on bridge wings?
(Suez Canal regs)

GPS and/or Loran fitted and operational?(Reqd 1.7.02 – replaces DF) Course recorder fitted, used and time set to GMT? (Obs on tankers if not fitted) Event recorder fitted? (to cover ME,
helm, Propeller pitch and thruster movements) (Obs only on tankers)

SOLAS V 19.2.4

Exxon MSC 4.1

40705 40706 40707 40708 40709

Quantity and Condition of binoculars? Clearview screens/wipers operational? Instructions for routine/emergency control of ME posted in wheelhouse? Instruments operational and labelling in appropriate language? AIS Beacon fitted? (New vessels from
1.7.02, existing tanker and passenger from 1.7.03 and others latest 1.7.06 – check rule ref GRT)

Recommend

SOLAS V 19.2.4

40711 407111 40712 407121 40713

Number of sextants? Condition? Chronometer Rate Book kept? Daily entries made? Sound reception system fitted and operational? (for fully enclosed bridges
on vessels built after 1.7.02 – recommend on others)

ISM 10.2.4

SOLAS V 19.2.1.8

40714 40715 407151

2 means of communication with ER? Gas detection alarms operational? Tank high/low pressure alarms operational?

SOLAS II-1 37, 50 IGC 13.6.4 IGC 13.4.2

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Part 4 - Navigation/Communications
Priority
408 40801 40802 40803 40804 40805

Charts & Publications Full effective correction/update package including tracings provided? Notices regularly received? Date and number of last notice received? Number of & date last chart update received?(3 monthly approx) All charts, publications and Light Lists etc., latest editions and corrected?
(Including electronic charts)

BPG 4.9.1 ISM 11.1

SOLAS V 27 BPG 4.9.1 ISM 11.1 ISM 10.2.4 SOLAS V 27

40806 40807 40808 40809 40810 40811 40812 40813

Chart correction records available? Random check charts against Cumulative Notice satisfactory? T&P file kept? Navigation Warning file kept? Sailing Directions Corrections file kept? Full set Publications as per Chart Index? Charts / Publications Index corrected? Is Electronic chart system fitted?
(If so – state type and approval under IMO A817(19)

(Voyage charts)
ANM Instr SOLAS V 27 SOLAS V 27

ISM 11.1

BPG 4.9.1 SOLAS V 19.2.1.4

408131 408132 408133

What back-up arrangements provided? Is it operational? Have officers received training in use of system?

SOLAS V 19.2.1.5

STCW A I/14.2.1.1

409 40901

Passage Planning Procedures Practised to an appropriate standard?
(Verify Company requirements acceptable and followed)

BPG 2 ISM 7

409011 409012 409013 40902 40903

Forms used and retained on file? Planning Checklist in use? Route Assessment completed? PI techniques practised? Frequency of position fixing and methods used during arrival and pilotage adequate?
(Should be 6 min max/ continuous)

BPG 4.2.3.1 STCW AVIII/2 49 BPG 3.3.2 Exxon MSR 4.9

40904 40905

Pilot information card available? UKC calculation included in Plan?

BPG 2.6.3 GMS Ops.Man 10.1 33 CFR 157.455

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Part 4 - Navigation/Communications
Priority
410 41001 41002 41003 41004 41005

Standing Orders Bridge Daily Order Book in use and signed? Copy of Company Standing Orders attached? Master's personal Standing Orders attached? Orders signed by Master and all Deck Officers? Bridge resource management policy and procedures in place?
(BPG applies this to all ships)

BPG 1.3.1.1

BPG 1.3.1

BPG 1.3.1

33 CFR 157.415 BPG 1.3

41006

Company navigation policy and procedures available on the bridge?

STCW B VIII/2 3-1/4

Recommend

411 41101

Muster Lists On display?

SOLAS III 8.3

412 41201 41202 412021 41203

Manoeuvring Information Are these posted and understandable? In IMO or USCG format?
Manoeuvring Booklet provided? Are officers familiar with turning circles and stopping distances?

33 CFR 164.35 IMO A601(15) IMO A601(15)

Recommend

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Part 4 - Navigation/Communications
Priority
413 41301 41302 414 41401 414011 41402 41403 41404 41405

Distress Signals Note expiry dates for bridge items Rocket Line (minimum 4 units) Parachute Rockets (minimum 12) Signalling Equipment Aldis lamp/battery? (Inc spare bulbs) Battery (if provided) fully charged? NUC, Deep Draft, Lightering shapes in good condition? Nav and NUC lights and alarms operational? Bell gong and whistle operational and in good condition? Rescue Signal Table displayed?
(SOLAS No. 1 poster)

SOLAS III 18 SOLAS III 6.3

SOLAS V 11

Colregs

Colregs

SOLAS V 29

415 41501 41502 41503 41504

Man Overboard Lifebuoys Rigged correctly and capable of quick release? Lifebuoys mass adequate?
(Makers instr. at least 4kg)

SOLAS III 7.1.3

LSA 2.1.1.4, 7

Are lanyards connecting buoy to signal 4m long? Is release gear free? Note expiry dates for light/smoke units. Port Starbd

41505 415051 416 41601 41602

Lifejackets Sufficient number on bridge? (Min 3) Location marked by IMO signs?

SOLAS III 7.2.1.2 SOLAS III 7 2.2

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Part 4 - Navigation/Communications
Priority
417 41701 41702 41703 41704

Deck Log Book Boat/Fire drills held monthly?
(At least 1 boat and 1fire drill per month) Bridge Movement Book (i.e. Bell book)

SOLAS III 19.3

SIRE 4.3 ISM 10.2.4

written in ball-point? All sections of log completed and log up to date? Standard of entries acceptable? (Inc
CFR entries)

41705 417051 417052 417053

Log entries made for:times of UMS operating? radar operation?
(4 hourly performance checks)

use of checklists? manual steering test each watch?
( if not included in Checklist)

SMS STCW AVIII/2 34.3 BPG 3.2.5.2

417055

watertight closure report prior to leaving berth?
(Hatches, doors – v/l secured for sea)

SOLAS II-1 24, 25

41707 417071 417072 417073 417074 418 41801 41802 418021 418022 41803 41804

Make Note of Dates for Last Fire drill? Last Boat Drill? Lifeboats last in water ? Rescue Boats last in water ? Last Spill Pollution drill? Waste Disposal Garbage Disposal Log maintained and Satisfactory? (IMO format),) Method of Plastics Disposal?
(Shore/Incinerator)

SOLAS III 19.3.2 SOLAS III 19.3.2 SOLAS III 19.3.3.3 SOLAS III 19.3.3.6 SIRE 6.3

MARPOL A V 9.3 ISM 10.2.4

If shore - receipts available? If incinerator - Method of plastic ash disposal? Garbage disposal prohibition notices posted? Waste management plan in place?

MARPOL A V 9.1 33 CFR 151 MARPOL A V 9.2

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Part 4 - Navigation/Communications
Priority
419 41901

Fire Detection System Operational?
Areas Protected? Weekly testing carried out? Method of isolating loops provided? Instructions detailing the procedure for isolating loops posted and understood? Records of testing available?

SOLAS II-2 52 SOLAS II-2 7.2.1 (New)

41902 41903 419031

Recommend

41904

ISM 10.2.4

420 42001 42002 42003

Contingency Planning SOPEP Manual available for use on bridge? Copies of ship's plans available? Information file on towing equipment available?
Documentation correct, including contact list?

MARPOL AI 26

MSC 35(63) SOLAS II-1 3-4

Recommend only

42004

421 42101

Fire Control Plan Available on bridge?

SOLAS II-2 15.2.4 COSWP 5.2.2 Class rules

42102

IMO symbols used?

IMO A654(16)

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Part 4 - Navigation/Communications
Priority
422 42201 42202

Miscellaneous Safe access within wheelhouse?
(No obstructions likely to cause injury)

COSWP 6.4.3

Permit to work file maintained containing copies of issued permits?

ISGOTT 2.8.1 & 11.6.1 TSG 3.5.4 LGHP 9.8.1 ISM 7 COSWP 16

422021

Permit system covers hot work, enclosed spaces, electrical work, overside work and work aloft?
(Where applicable)

42203 42204 42205 42206

Records of daily soundings maintained? Instrument labelling in language appropriate to crew? Condition of masts, stays and fittings? Wheelhouse visibility?
(Applies to vessels built after 1.7.98 and as far as practicable on existing ships)

ISM 10.2.4

SOLAS V 22

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Part 4 - Navigation/Communications
Priority
423 42301 42302 42303 42304 42305 42306 42307 42308

GMDSS Station Area of operation? VHF DSC?
MF/HF DSC? Satcom with EGC? EPIRB? Navtex Equipment in good working order? ALRS Vol 5 available at GMDSS station? (Not stowed in cupboard) Grounded during cargo operations?
(GMDSS equipment – may need to be switched off)

SOLAS IV 7 SOLAS IV 7.1.1

SOLAS IV 9.1, 10.2 SOLAS IV 7.1.5 SOLAS IV 7.1.6 SOLAS IV 7.1.4

ISGOTT 4.11.2 TSG 3.5.3

423081

42309 42310 42311 42312 42313

Warning notice on above displayed at GMDSS equipment Other Comms Equipment Fax? Weatherfax? 2nd VHF set with USCG Ch 22A(both) and one set from emergency supply? All equipment in good order? Method of compliance on GMDSS maintenance :(a) Shore based maint. contract (b) Duplication of equipment (c) On board maintenance
(V/ls operation in areas A1 & A2 may use combination. V/ls operation in areas A3 & A4 must use combination of at least two of the above methods)

(Recommend)
33 CFR 26.03 SOLAS IV 13 SOLAS IV 15 SOLAS IV 15.6/7

424 42401

Radio Publications Radio Signals (ALRS) publications up to date and corrected? Emergency Transmission Instructions Are instructions for operation clearly posted?

ISM 11.1

425 42501

OCIMF C/list 13

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Part 4 - Navigation/Communications
Priority
426 42601

42602 42603 42604 42605 427 42701 42702 42703 42704 42705 42706 42707

GMDSS Log Book ISM 10.2.4, BPG 3.5.3 Routine entries covering daily positions and weekly testing of Walky talkies, lifeboat radio and GMDSS components and inspection of EPIRBs, SART’s verified? Monthly tests of EPIRB and SARTs carried out? Date last check of radio batteries entered in log book? Record of battery densities sighted? Charged automatically? Hand Held VHF sets Min 3 for survival craft? Sets used for emergencies only? Expiry date of batteries (If applicable) Sets highly visible and watertight? Channel 16 fitted plus one other? Number of other sets on board? Sets intrinsically safe with approval label showing US cargo classifications or alternative approval?
(For sets in everyday use. Note – covers must be used to maintain approval)

SOLAS IV 17 ISM 10.2.1

GMDSS Log

SOLAS IV 13.6.1

SOLAS III 6.2.1.1

IMO A809(19) IMO A762(18) 3.1

46 CFR 110.15, 111.80

428 42801

SART Beacons Minimum 1 each side of vessel?
(If fitted in survival craft must be 1 for each survival craft except for'd liferaft.)

SOLAS III 6.2.2 MODU 10.13.2

42802 42803

Condition of SART? Note expiry dates for SART batteries.

429 42901 429011

Emergency Radio Batteries Fully charged & SG checked? Annual capacity check carried out?
(Should be records available showing times takes to discharge batteries)

SOLAS IV 13 SOLAS IV 13.6.2

42902 42903 42904 42905 42906

Suitable hydrometer for battery type available? Goggles, gloves and apron in locker? Eyewash bottle in locker? 'No Smoking' notice posted at locker? Condition of battery locker inc Fire Flaps, cabling and light fittings?
(Should be only one type of battery in locker unless separated by screens)

COSWP 22.17.2 COSWP 22.17.4 COSWP 22.16.2 COSWP 22.16.3, 6, 8

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Part 4 - Navigation/Communications
Priority
430 43001 43002 43003

Radio Aerials Are aerials and insulators in good condition? Are aerials rigged out of reach and/or safety screens fitted around aerials? Satcom dome radiation zone marked?
(Usually 3 metre zone)

COSWP 22.12.8

COSWP 22.12.2

431 43101 43102 43103 43104

EPIRBs Float Free satellite unit? Battery/hydrostatic release expiry dates? Condition of EPIRB and HRU?
Tested annually? (Record last date)

SOLAS IV 7.1.6

SOLAS IV 15.9 IMO MSC

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Priority
501 50101

Muster Lists Content complies with SOLAS?
(Alarms, passenger mustering, maintenance, key substitutes etc) (as applicable)

SOLAS III 37

50102 50103

Sufficient number displayed? Emergency muster information displayed for shore officials? (Clear
sign posted giving instructions and emergency signals etc)

SOLAS III 8

50104

Designated communications person identified? (Should not be Master and
may be in GMDSS Log)

SOLAS IV 16

502 50201

Muster/Assembly Stations Adequately marked / signposted?

SOLAS III 11

50203

Lifejackets available for each person?
(Either in cabin or at boat station)

SOLAS III 7.2.2

503 50301 50302

Escape Routes and Exits Clearly marked with luminous IMO type signs/lights? Direction arrows or arrow tape/lighting used to mark routes?
Escape Breathing Sets provided?
(min 2) (Reqd 7/02)

COSWP 28.2.2 SOLAS II-2 13.7.1.1 COSWP 28.2.2 SOLAS II-2 13.3.2.5

50304

SOLAS II-2 13.3.4 FSSC 2.2

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Part 5 - Crew Spaces (Safety Management)
Priority
504 50401 50402 50403 504031

Fire Hoses (Internal and External) General condition, including gaskets and hose bindings? Suitable tools present? Nozzles present and in good condition? Nozzles spray/jet type?
(All v/l's after 1986 strong preference on older vessels)

SOLAS II-2 10.2.3.1.1

SOLAS II-2 10.2.3.3.4

505 50501 50502 50503

Portable Fire Extinguishers Locations and extinguishers numbered? Date last checked on board?
(By ship staff)

Recommend

IMO A602(15)

Date pressure tested ashore? (10Y)

IMO A602(15) Class Rules ISM 10.2.1

50504 50505 50506

Instructions in pictorial form?
(otherwise in English or crew language)

IMO A602(15)

Ship's PM tag attached? Are extinguishers colour coded?
(On new ships must be red but 5% of surface must be coded for medium, some companies use coloured labels, on existing ships extinguishers to be changed to red as pressure tested)

Recommend
COSWP 28.7.4

506 50601 50602 50603 50604 50605 507 50701 50702 50703 50704

Fire Control , Damage and & LSA Plans On display?
Is drawing of fire main on display? Plans legible and detail correct? Are plans/changes class approved? Fire plan symbols in IMO format?

SOLAS II-2 15.2.4 MSC/Circ 451

IMO A654(16)

Fire Doors Manual or Magnetic release? All doors closed?
(not wedged or tied back)

Are doors free from home made hooks? Are door closers operating as designed?

SOLAS II-2 9.4.2.2

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Part 5 - Crew Spaces (Safety Management)
Priority
508 50801 50802 50803 50804 50805 50806 50807 50808 50809

Hospital/Medical Locker Condition/appearance? Are scuppers clear and toilet/sink water traps full? Medical Log kept and up to date? Stretchers suitable for enclosed space rescue available? Oxygen equipment available? Personnel trained in the use of the equipment? Cylinders full, spares? Pressure test date of cylinders (5Y)? Resuscitator available on board?
(For access to dangerous spaces on dry vessels) (Recommend on all except tanker and Gas where reqd)

ILO Art 14

ISM 10.2.4 Medical Scales MGN 1726 Medical scales ISGOTT 11.8 ISM 6.3-6.5 Medical scales

ISGOTT 11.8 COSWP 4.8.9 COSWP 29.2.13 IGC 14.3.2

50812

Antidote kit available for noxious cargoes/gases carried?
(Where applicable)

IGC 14.3.2 BCH 3.16.11

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Part 5 - Crew Spaces (Safety Management)
Priority
509 50901

50902 50903

Galleys/Storerooms Condition, cleanliness including deckheads, bulkheads, tiling/flooring? Exhaust vents/grids clean and intact?
(External means of closure fitted)

COSWP 14.2.2, 3

ISGOTT 2.3 COSWP 14.5.8, 9.6.1 COSWP 14.5.4, 6 SOLAS II-2 10.6.4

Deep fat fryers fitted with safety covers and unplugged?(On v/ls built
after 7/02 fixed ext. system required + alarm etc)

50904

Stocked medical kit available?
(Should include burn spray, bright coloured band aids and food handling gloves) Free of Infestation? (if No - state type)

IMGS 1 COSWP 14.1.5

50905 50906 50907

Galley food storage satisfactory? Garbage handling procedure followed? (Storage on deck must be in
covered leak proof containers)

COSWP 14.1.14

50908 50909 50910 50911 50912 50913

Garbage segregation satisfactory? "No Smoking" sign displayed and policy enforced? Fire blanket available in galley ? Work surfaces, storerooms/handling areas clean and tidy? Galley staff wearing appropriate protective clothing? Fixed FE system fitted to galley range vent trunking? ( KL>7/86)
(Where trunking passes through accommodation spaces - recommend for pre 7/86 vessels)

COSWP 14.1.2

ISGOTT 2.3 COSWP 9.6.2

COSWP 14.1.8, 14.2.1

SOLAS II-2 10.7.5

50916 50917

Scuppers clear? Non-wooden chopping boards in use?

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Part 5 - Crew Spaces (Safety Management)
Priority
510 51001 51002 51003 511 51101

Internal Accom Fire Dampers Frequency of operation? Condition? Clearly marked? Lifts (if fitted) Signs displayed outside each lift entrance warning against using lift during emergency?
(in appropriate languages)

51102 51103 51104 51105 51106

Certificate of test on display in lift? Date last tested? (2Years or D/D) Machinery guarded? (Or space locked) Doors/interlocks operational? Emergency lighting provided in lift and operational?

COSWP 20.12.2

Recommend
COSWP 7.2.1, 20.5.2

SOLAS II-1 42.2.1.3 SOLAS II-1 43.2.1.3

512 51201 512011 51202 51203 51204 51205 51206

Accommodation Openings Closure satisfactory and all dogs fitted and free? Condition of door seals? All ports and doors closed? Sign displayed at doors "To be kept closed during cargo operations"? ER hatch closed? Air lock alarms operational? (If fitted) Accommodation free of jury rigged radio aerials? Alleyway Access And Lighting Lighting adequate?
Fittings in good condition? Safe access within accommodation spaces? (Condition of decks etc) Electrical equipment switched off when not in use? Low level lighting fitted for emergency escape? (Or photo luminescent tape max
300mm above deck)

ISGOTT 6.1.2 ISGOTT 6.1.2

513 51301 51302 51303 51304 51305

33 CFR 154.570 COSWP 6.4 COSWP 13.4.4 COSWP 13

SOLAS II-2 13.3.2.5.1

51307

Condition of steps and treads?

COSWP 6.4.8

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Part 5 - Crew Spaces (Safety Management)
Priority
514 51401 51402 51403 51404 51405

Smoking Restrictions Are Company and Port smoking regulations being complied with? Are these posted and understood? Only safety (self extinguishing) type ashtrays in use? Designated smoking areas identified?
Doors and ports in smoking areas closed? (Recommend doors fitted with
self-closers if not already)

COSWP 8.2.2

Recommend
COSWP 12.7.6

ISGOTT 4.8.2 TSG 3.5

Tankers

515 51501

Air Conditioning System Can intakes be sealed? (Reqd on v/ls
built after 1.7.02, and all tankers, recommend on others)

SOLAS II-2 5.2.1.1 ISGOTT 6.1.1, 4

51502 51503

Do flaps close properly? System set on Re-circulation?

ISGOTT 6.1.4 TSG 2.10

516 51601 51602 51603

Emergency Stops Locations of groups of switches? Frequency of testing? Clearly labelled?

ISM 10.2.1

517 51701 51702 51703

Training Manuals Located in each messroom/recreation room or in each cabin? Comply with SOLAS III reg 35? Contents ship specific?
(Inc GMDSS equipment)

SOLAS III 35

SOLAS III 35 ISM 6.3-6.5

519 51901 51902 51903 51904

Safety Clothing Adequate stocks on board? In use? Condition? Stock of Hi-Vis vests maintained?
(RoRo V/ls)

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Part 5 - Crew Spaces (Safety Management)
Priority
520 52001 521 52101 52102 526 52601 52602 52603 52604

Ventilation and Heating Operational? Sanitary Facilities Operational? Toilet water traps not dried out? Miscellaneous Are copies of Officers licences displayed? Company Safety & Environmental Policy displayed? (plus D & A Policy ) Condition of service spaces?
Notice displayed warning against use of mobile phones, pagers, cameras etc outside the accommodation? (In
accom & at gangway)

COSWP 32.3.2

Lib. MR 10.293

ISM 2.1, 2.2

ISGOTT 4.10.2 TSG 3.5.2

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Part 6 - LSA/FFE
Priority
601 60101

60102 60103 60104 60105 60106 60107 60108 60109 60110 60111 60112 60113 60114 60115 60116 60117 60118 60119 60120

Survival Craft (lifeboats) Launch Instructions posted adjacent and easily seen in emergency lighting? Lighting of launch area satisfactory? Exterior free of cracks or damage? External fittings in good condition?
(Including Bowsing Tackle if applicable)

SOLAS III 9.2.2 IMO A760(18)

SOLAS III 11.4

Tricing pennants rigged correctly?
(If applicable)

SOLAS III 11.8

Remote release wire free of flammable materials? Engine tested weekly? Waterproof starting/operating instructions posted nearby? Fuel tanks full? Plugs clearly indicated inside boat? Reflective marking tape fitted? Seat Markings? Seat belt fittings in good condition?
(All, not just those in way of hatches)

ISM 10.2.1 LSA 4.4.6.12

LSA 4.4.6.8 LSA 4.4.7.1 IMO A603(15) LSA 4.4.2.3

Cleanliness? Water replaced regularly? All equipment and small gear correct? Number & Call sign marked on canopy? Condition of embarkation ladders? Lifeboat engines operational? Mountings for SARTs in lifeboats 1m above water level? Note Expiry Dates Medical kits Food packs Water packs Hand Flares Parachute Rockets Smoke Floats

LSA 4.4.8 ISM 10.2.1 LSA 4.4.9.3

LSA 6.1.6 ISM 8 IMO A697(17)

60122 60123 60124 60125 60126 60127

LSA 4.4.8 LSA 4.4.8 LSA 4.4.8 LSA 4.4.8 LSA 4.4.8 LSA 4.4.8

60128 60129 60130

Boats with On-Load/Free Fall release gear Release gear set properly? Clear instructions posted? Maintenance requirements known and carried out correctly? (Inc records)

LSA 4.4.7.6.2.2 SOLAS III 20.11

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Part 6 - LSA/FFE
Priority
602 60201 60202 60203 60204 60205 60206

Lifeboat Air Bottles (Where fitted) Operating instructions posted? Lifeboat air bottles full and in good condition? Pressure test date? Air pipework in good condition with no leaks present? Filling hose (high pressure) available? Air pressure gauges in good condition? Lifeboat Fire Protection (Where fitted) SOLAS III 31.1.7 Operating instructions posted? Water sprays last tested?
Spray nozzles in good condition? Condition of spray system pipework?

LSA 4.8

603 60301 60302 60303 60304 604 60401 60402 60403

COSWP 10.4.8 ISM 8

Rescue Boat/FRCs Condition? Equipment correct? Sufficient immersion suits for designated complement? (Suits should
be equipped with gloves and not mittens)

SOLAS III 31.2

60404

Rescue boat fuel stowed outwith accommodation?

605 60501

Liferafts Inflatable or rigid? Location, capacities and condition?
(vessel must have sufficient capacity each side for all persons or rafts must be transferable, also rafts must not be obstructed by overhead structure).

SOLAS III 31.1.1.2

60502 60503 60504 60505 60506 60507 60508 60509

Launch instructions posted adjacent?
(easily visible under emergency lighting)

H.R.U. service dates? Rigged correctly? Apparent condition of weak link and H.R.U.? Senhouse slip fitted to forward liferaft? Boarding line or ladder available for all rafts including fwd raft? Lifejackets available for capacity of fwd raft? Ship name and POR attached to liferaft? (Not on casing, maybe watertight
containers or tags)

SOLAS III 31.1.4

SOLAS III 11.7

SOLAS III 7.2.1.2

(Recommend 6)
LSA 4.2.7.2

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Part 6 - LSA/FFE
Priority
606 60601 60602 60603

Survival Craft Davits Davits for Lifeboats, Rescue Boat and Liferafts free and well maintained? Date falls due reversal? Date falls due renewal?
(If not reversible falls must be inspected periodically and renewed at 4 years max (SOLAS III 20.4.1))

SOLAS III 20.11.1

SOLAS III 20.4.1 SOLAS III 20.4.1

60604 60605 60606 60607 60608

Dates stencilled on/near davits? Davit trips free and in good condition? Condition of wires? Lifeboat lowered to water level? Crew proficient in launching procedures? (Check crew knowledge of
emergency duties)

Recommend
LSA 6.1.2.7

60609

Boats fitted with On-Load Release Gear Davits equipped with hanging-off points and suitable pennants available?
(Required for some systems)

SOLAS III 16.2

60610

Weight of boat supported only by hooks?

607 60701

Lifebuoys Total number? Sufficient?
(8 or as per SOLAS III 32 or 22 if built after 1.7.86)

SOLAS III 32.1 SOLAS III 22

60702 60703 60704 60705 60706

Locations as per Class Record and LSA plan? Required attachments correct? Reflective tape? Markings clear and correct? Condition of roping and lights?

SOLAS III 7.1

SOLAS III 7.1.4

608 60801 60802

Lifejackets Condition? Required attachments fitted?
(Min 400cm2 reflective tape on exposed faces or both sides if reversible)

LSA 2.2 IMO A658(16)

60803 60804 60805 60806 60807
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Light batteries in date?
(Lights of white colour reqd)

Children's sizes? Donning instructions displayed in accommodation alleyways? Locations marked with IMO signs? If any inflatable lifejackets on board are they serviced annually?

SOLAS III 8.4.3

SOLAS III 7.2.2, 20.10 IMO A760(18) SOLAS III 20.8

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Part 6 - LSA/FFE
Priority
609 60901

Immersion Suits Sufficient number?(Should be equipped
with gloves and not mittens) (At least three per lifeboat, unless fully enclosed boat. One for each person assigned to crew Rescue Boat, even if fully enclosed but the three per lifeboat can be counted for this if carried).

SOLAS III 32.3 SOLAS III 22.4(Pass)

60902 60903 60904 60905 60906 60907 610 61001

SOLAS approved? Locations? Condition? Suit zippers adequately lubricated? Last serviced? Service interval? (Makers instructions)

IMO A658(16)

Recommend

Thermal Protective Aids Sufficient number?
(Ships with open boats One for each person on board without an immersion suit, plus in each boat, sufficient for 10% or 2. In each liferaft sufficient for 10% or 2 minimum. Ships with totally enclosed boats In each boat sufficient for 10% or 2. In each liferaft sufficient for 10% or 2 minimum.)

SOLAS III 32.3 SOLAS III 22.4(Pass)

61002 61003 61004

SOLAS approved? Location? Condition?

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Part 6 - LSA/FFE
Priority
613

61301 61302 613021 61303

Emergency Control and Equipment Stations Location of station(s)? Station 1 Station 2 Station 3 Station 4 Equipment listed/present as stated? Condition of space and equipment? Emergency lighting provided and operational? Number of complete firemans outfits
(B/A set, gloves, helmet, lamp, boots, suit, lifeline, axe)? (Gas 4 sets <5000m3, 5 sets >5000m3)

SOLAS II-1 42.2.1.6

SOLAS II-2 10.2 FSSC 2.1 IGC 11.6, 14.2

61304 61305 61306 61307 61308 61309 61310 61311

Condition CABA sets and outfits? CABA sets are positive pressure type? Locations widely separated?
(Recommend if more than 2 sets provided)

ISGOTT 11.5.2

SOLAS II-2 10.10.3 SOLAS II-2 10.10.3.2

Air cylinders fully charged?
(Test gauge available )

Recommend

Anti-sparking covers available for CABA set cylinders? Sufficient spare cylinders on board?
(1 spare bottles per set, 2 on pass)

Recommend

Air cylinders last pressure tested (5 yearly)? Spare face masks on board?
(2 for 4+ sets, 1 for 2 sets)

ISM 10.2.1

Recommend

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Part 6 - LSA/FFE
Priority
614

Additional Protective Outfits (Inc. BA Sets) Vessels carrying Liquified Gas Number of additional outfits?
(BA sets, protective clothing, rescue line/belt, torch) (2 sets under IGC 14.2, 2+ 2 sets under 14.2 if v/l over 2000m3 (Inc 6 spare cylinders under 14.4.4)) (NB IGC 14.4 does not apply to LNG)

61402

IGC 14.2 IGC 14.4.4

614021 614022 614023 615 61501 61502

All BA sets tested ashore annually? Locations clearly marked? Condition?

IGC 14.2.6

Recommend

Escape Breathing Devices (Chemical & Gas) Locations? Cylinders last pressure tested (5 Year)? Eye protection provided?

IGC 14.4.2 BCH 3.16.10 IBC 14.2.8

61503 61504

Date last ship inspection? Sets CABA type?

ISM 10.2.1 IGC 14.4.2 BCH 3.16.10 IBC 14.2.8

616 61601 61602 61603 61604 61605 61606 61607 61608

Breathing Apparatus Compressor Fitted and operational?
(Gas – reqd, recommend on others)

46 CFR 154.1415 IGC 14.2.3.1

Connected to emergency power supply? Running hours log maintained? Date filter last changed? Spare filter cartridge on board? Outside air supply to compressor? Relief valve set correctly? Set at bottle working pressures?
(Max 10% above working pressures)

Recommend

ISM 10.2.4

Recommend Recommend

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Part 6 - LSA/FFE
Priority
617 61701 61702 61703 61704 61705

Fixed Gas Flooding Systems SOLAS II-2 10.5, 10.7 Type? Areas Protected? Date of last cylinder pressure test? Automatic fan trips last tested? Operating instructions posted? Storage room fan operational and switch position clearly marked?

619 61901 61902 61903 61904

Fixed Water Spray Systems Areas covered?
(Pass v/ls >36 pers and Gas v/ls)

SOLAS II-2 6 IGC 11.3.1 ISM 10.2.4

Are test records available? Operating instructions posted? Can system be supplied by other water pumps?

IGC 11.3.4

620

62001 62002 62003 62004 62005 62006 620061 62007 62008

Fixed DP System IGC 11.4 Areas protected? Capacities? Last test of system? Last loosening of powder? Hoses and nozzles in good condition? Capacity stencilled on tank?
(Recommended)

ISM 10.2.1

Date of last test stencilled on tank?
(Recommended)

Nitrogen bottles full? Means to check pressures provided? Clear instructions posted, valves marked?(Recommended) Condition of DP system pipework?

Recommend

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Part 6 - LSA/FFE
Priority
621 62101 62102 62103 62104 622 62101 62102 62103 62104 62105 62106 62107 623 62301 62302 62303 62304 62305

Other Fixed Fire Extinguishing Provisions Types? (water mist, dry powder etc.) Spaces served? (eg RoRo spaces) Gas propellant cylinders pressure test date? Operating instructions posted? Fire Hoses/Boxes Condition of hoses, seals, nozzles, bindings etc.? Nozzles spray/jet type? Pressure tested annually? Records of testing maintained? Condition of box? Unobstructed? Tools available with each hose? Fire Line and Hydrants Are hydrants capped and unobstructed? Are caps easy to remove? Pipework and hydrants free of leaks? Are isolating valves clearly marked and free? Are caps drilled and holes clear?

SOLAS II-2 20.6 ISM 10.2.1

SOLAS II-2 10.2.3.3.4

ISM 10.2.4

SOLAS II-2 10.2.3.1.1

SOLAS II-2 10.2.1.4

Recommend

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Part 6 - LSA/FFE
Priority
627 62701 62702 62703 62704

International Shore Connection Number and location?
Is location(s) clearly marked at gangway access? Are required fittings present? Are ship’s staff aware of location of ship/shore connection?

SOLAS II-2 10.2.1.7 ISGOTT 4.4.1

Recommend

FSSC 2.2

628 62801 62802 62803 62804

Fire Control Plans External plan containers each side or one portable container? Is container(s) easily opened? Are contents in good condition? Is copy of current crew/passenger list and cargo plan in container(s)? Fire Flaps and Dampers Free? Operated weekly ? Are open/shut positions clearly marked? Are flaps numbered and labelled for inclusion in "Close-Down" plan? Seals in good condition? Funnel flaps in good condition and tested? Spare Charges for all Extinguishers 100% minimum? (100% for 1st 10 then
50% for remainder up to max of 60) (COSWP states that there should be sufficient spares on board for demo purposes)

SOLAS II-2 15.2.4.2

SOLAS II-2 15.2.4.2 ISGOTT S/S C/list

629 62901 62902 62903 62904 62905 62906

SOLAS II-2 14.2.1 ISM 10.2.1 SOLAS II-2 5.2.1.1

SOLAS II-2 15.2.4

630 63001

SOLAS II-2 10.3.3 COSWP 10.3.6

63002

1 spare extinguisher for each stored pressure extinguisher on board?
(100% for 1st 10 then 50% for remainder up to max of 60)

SOLAS II-2 10.3.3.2

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Part 7 - Mooring, Deck and Structural
Priority
701 70101 70102 70103 70104 701041 701042

Anchoring Equipment Anchor chains, pins and swivels in acceptable condition? Windlass in good condition and brakes in good order? Windlass gear covers fitted and in good condition? Bitter end release arrangements accessible and apparently free? Sledge hammer for use in release available? Suitable covers available for Spurling pipes and used?

ISGOTT 3.5.5

Class rules

Recommend

Recommend metal

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Part 7 - Mooring, Deck and Structural
Priority
702 70201 702011 702012 702013 70202 70203 702031 70204 702041

Mooring Equipment and Fittings Mooring winches operational and in good condition? Winch storage reels equipped with split flanges? Plugs fitted to spill containment around winches? (if hydraulic) Mooring decks (working areas) painted with non-slip coatings? Mooring bitts and chocks marked with correct SWL? (not on wear surface) Fairleads and rollers free? Fairleads closed type?
(Lightering vessels only)

Brake efficiency

COSWP 25.3.3

SIRE 10.2

COSWP 25.3.4 SIRE 14.1.3

Winch brakes in good order? Winch brakes set to 60% MBL of wires? (Reqd on tankers, recommend on
others)

ISGOTT 3.5.5 MEG 7.5.6

702042 70205

Winch test data available and marked on reels? (Recommend marked on reels) Moorings wound on storage drums correctly? (Reqd on tankers, recommend
on others)

MEG 7.9.3

MEG 7.9.3

(Brake efficiency)

70206

Direction of reeling marked on drums?
(Reqd on tankers, recommend on others)

MEG 7.9.3 ISGOTT 3.5.5

703 70301

Moorings Mooring arrangement adequate and sufficient numbers of moorings available? (2 spare wires/ropes reqd on
tankers recommend on others. 4 spare tails + 1 shackles reqd for tanker STS ops.)

BLU 2.2.3

70302

Moorings in good condition?
(Wires end-for-ended each drydock, tails replaced at specified intervals, as applicable)

COSWP 25.3.5 MEG App B 2 SIRE 10.2

70303

Are moorings of adequate size for vessel? (Note mooring retention number =
number x BS)

MEG 3.2.1

70304 703041 70305 70306 70307

Rope tails & Mandal shackles used, or available for use, with mooring wires? Rope Tails correct length and size?
(11m/+25% MBL)

COSWP 25.3.5 MEG 6.2.7 MEG 6.2.7

Are moorings on same lead of same material?(wires or ropes) Are moorings turned-up properly on bitts? Appropriate stoppers used?
(Double tailed also material)

MEG 1.5 COSWP 25.3.11 MEG 8.2

MEG 8.8 COSWP 25.3.12

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Part 7 - Mooring, Deck and Structural
Priority
704 70401 70402 70403

Fire Wires Are fire wires properly rigged fore and aft? (also port requirements) Are turns on bitts lashed? Fire Wires correct size? (<100kDWT:
28mm/45M, 100 - 300kDWT: 38mm/60M)

ISGOTT 3.7.2 MEG 3.11

MEG 3.11

705 70501 70502 70503

Emergency Towing Arrangements Towing strong points and fittings on board? (Tankers >20000DWT) Rigged and unobstructed? Maintenance program in place and followed for wires, chains and fittings? Pilot Boarding Arrangements Condition? (Note number also) Properly constructed? Manropes? Pilot ladders free of tripping ropes? Overside lighting adequate for safe access? Lifebuoy with light, harness/line and heaving line available? External Watertight Doors Seals in good condition? Dogs in place and free? Closure satisfactory? Condition? Doors clearly marked for spaces served? Main Deck Openings W/T Integrity Condition of seals/closures on manholes? Condition of seals/closures on access hatches?

IMO MSC 35(63) SOLAS II-1 3-4

Makers Instr.

706 70601 70602 70603 70604 70605 70606

IMO A667(16) SOLAS V 17(g)

COSWP 18.3.3 IMO A667(16) COSWP 6.3.4

707 70701 70702 70703 70704 70705

ISGOTT 6.1.2

Recommend

708 70801 70802

COSWP 26.5.1

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Part 7 - Mooring, Deck and Structural
Priority
709 70901 70902 70903

Gangways & Accommodation Ladders Accommodation ladders facing direction? Lifebuoy with light available + line and quoit? Is safe access provided?

IMO A667(16) 3.1

COSWP 6.1.7

COSWP 6.4.3 SIRE 5.3

Recommend 2 means

70904 70905 70906

Number and condition of gangways and accommodation ladders? Net in good condition and properly rigged? No Visitors/No Smoking notice displayed?
(Non-tankers - recommended )

COSWP A18.1, 2

COSWP 18.5.1

ISGOTT 4.7.1

70907 70908 710 71001 71002 71003 71004 71005 710051 71006 71007

Visitor muster info displayed?
(Giving instructions and alarm signals)

Recommend

Warning notices displayed?

TSG 2.6.2

Condition of Deck Visual condition of deck area? Apparent condition of steam/hydraulic lines? Decks free of oil/oily material?
(pollution risk)

Deck housekeeping satisfactory?
(incl. accommodation decks)

Is safe access provided? Safe access provided to bow area?
(Tankers only)

COSWP 6.4.3 SOLAS II-1 3-3

Are walkways clear? Are trunks and access hatches unobstructed? Lights and light fittings in good condition? Railings around decks/crane platforms in good condition? Platforms and walkways in good condition? (Inc at winches and windlass)

71008 71009 71010

COSWP 6.4.3

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Part 7 - Mooring, Deck and Structural
Priority
711 71101 71102 71103 71104 711041 71105 71106

Sounding Pipes and Air Vents Condition of sounding pipes? Sounding pipes capped? Are air vents in good condition? Flame screens fitted to fuel tank vents and in good condition? Mesh size correct? (30 x 30) Savealls in satisfactory condition and fitted with proper mechanical plugs? Saveall capacity marked in BBLS or M3? Paint and Flammable Liquid Lockers Is fire extinguishing arrangement provided? (Fixed system when >4m2) Type or medium used? Condition of space? Instructions posted and valves labelled? Are light fittings secure? Stores Cranes Cranes well maintained and in good condition? Condition of trips? Note date last tested? SWL clearly marked? Hook/block painted highly visible colour?

Loadline 19, 20 Loadline 19, 20

Class Rules

46 CFR 30.10

Recommend

712 71201 71202 71203 71204 71205 713 71301 71302 713021 71303 71304

SOLAS II-2 10.6.3

COSWP 21.2.4 ISM 10.2.1 COSWP 7.7.1

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Part 7 - Mooring, Deck and Structural
Priority
714 71401

Oxygen and Acetylene Bottles Oxygen/acetylene stowage separate and outside E.R.?
(Non-tankers - recommended )

COSWP 23.8.3 OCIMF C/list Sect 4

71402 71403

Is fixed piping installed from gas bottles to welding position? Notice posted "Bottles v/v's to be closed after use"?

Recommend

716 71601

71602 71603 71604 71605

Miscellaneous Draft, loadline, bow thruster and bulbous bow markings clearly and properly visible All openings and hatchways suitably guarded? ER sludge/bilge standard discharge connection and fittings available? Deck lighting adequate?
Deck workshop equipment guarded and goggles available? (Equipment
should be isolated in tanker mode) Approved safety torches (flashlights) only in use? (Tankers)

Loadline 4.5.6 SIRE 13.2

COSWP 6.4.7

MARPOL AI 19

33 CFR 155.790 COSWP 6.4.4 COSWP 20.5.1

71606 71607

Deck area free of unauthorised electrical equipment?

ISGOTT 2.4.4 TSG 3.5.2

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Part 8 - Cargo, Ballast and Pollution
Priority
803 80301 803011 80302 80303 80304 803041 80305 80306 803061 803062 803063 803064 803065 806 80601 80602

Cargo Spaces Venting Arrangements (Gas) Type of vent system? Operational and in good condition? Flame screens condition (30 x 30 mesh)? Operating pressures marked? Upriser(s) fitted with sump and drains? Sump fitted with level alarm? Maintenance records available? Fixed extinguishing system provided? Type Operational including remote arrangements? Clearly marked? Pressure test dates of cylinders? Operating instructions displayed? Deck and Cargo Deck Lighting Adequate? Lights and fittings in good condition?

46 CFR 30.10-25 IGC 17.15

IGC 8.2 IGC 5.2.1.7 ISM 10.2.4

COSWP 6.4.4

809 80901 80902 80903 80904 809041 80906

Cargo Handling/Lifting Appliances Numbers and SWL? SWL clearly marked on equipment? Lifting hook and block painted highly visible colour? Condition of wires and fittings? Limit switches operational? Date trips last tested?
General appearance of equipment?

COSWP 7.7.1

COSWP 7.5.5 COSWP 21.2.4 ISM 10.2.1

COSWP 13.7.3

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Part 8 - Cargo, Ballast and Pollution
Priority
817 81701 81702 81703 81704 818 81801 81802 81803

Oil Spill Clean-up Materials Are cleaning materials available as required? Equipment clearly identified? Is location clearly marked? Light fittings secure? Security Adequate deck watch maintained? Gangway security checks made? “No Unauthorised Entry” signs posted at all entrances? Ballast Handling Ballast tank vents in good condition? Date last overhauled? All pumps operational? Procedures in place for changing ballast at sea and records maintained? Ballast Management Plan in place?

33 CFR 155.360 ISGOTT 6.9.1

820 82001 82002 82003 82004 82005

Loadline ISM 10.2.4

IMO A774(18) ISM 7 IMO A868(20) 33 CFR 151.2035, 2040, 2045

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Part 8 - Cargo, Ballast and Pollution
Priority
822 82201 82202 82203 82204 82204 825 82501 82502 82503 82504 82505 827 82701 82702 82703 82704 82705 82706

Closed Operating Condition (Gas) Ullage system operational? Local readouts operational? Temperature gauging system operational? Pressure gauges operational? Date systems last calibrated? Inert Gas (Gas) Non-return valves (2) operational? Are spool pieces clearly marked? Are purge connections clearly labelled? Pipework condition? IG valves in good condition? Emergency Shut-Down System (ESD) Is system operational? Are manual trips clearly marked? Date system last tested? Are fusible elements in good condition? System tested prior to each cargo operation? (Note date last tested) Closing time of manifold valves?

IGC 13.2

IGC 13.5

IGC 13.4 IGC 13.1.4

IGC 9.5.3

ISM 10.2.1

IGC 18.7

IGC 5.6.4

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Part 8 - Cargo, Ballast and Pollution
Priority
828

Cargo Containment System and Tank Dome Fittings (Gas) Type of system used?
(Moss/Technigaz/Gaz Transport)

82801 828011 828012 828013 828014 82802 82803 828031 828032 828033 828034 82804 828041 82805 82806 82807

Method of interbarrier space protection? Interbarrier space pressure relief valves in good conditon? Gas detection within insulation? Hull temperature monitoring gauges operational? (LNG Vessels) Drip tray temperature alarms fitted and operational? (LNG Vessels) Dome fittings in good condition? Relief valves type and condition? Class seals intact? Date relief valves last tested? Records maintained? Operating pressures marked?
(recommended)

GC 9.2.2(b)IGC

GC 8.2.2, IGC

GC 13.6.7(e), IGC GC 13.5.2, IGC

ISM 10.2.1 ISM 10.2.4

Give details of emergency disch. method. If pump, can it be installed into full tank? All instrumentation in good condition? Are all electrical gland seals in good order? Sample points fitted for Liquid/Vapour and in good condition?

IGC 5.8.1

IGC 10.1

SIGTTO Inf 6

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Part 8 - Cargo, Ballast and Pollution
Priority
829 82901

Drains and Scuppers (Bunkering on Gas V/ls) Are drains and scuppers effectively plugged with mechanical plugs?
(Around accommodation and bunker manifolds)

33 CFR 155.310 ISGOTT 6.9.3

82902

829021

Are air driven pumps (2) available to remove oil from drip trays and from within coamings? Are pumps equipped with bonding straps?

33 CFR 155.310

831 83101

83102 83103 83104 831041 831042 831043 831044

Void and Ballast Spaces (All Tankers) Routine established for monitoring atmosphere of ballast tank, void and double hull spaces? Records of monitoring maintained? Void Spaces Are void space bilges dry? Is void space bilge alarm operational? Date last tested Date pumping arrangements last tested? Are void space seals in good condition? Are void spaces sounded daily?
(weekly on gas)

ISGOTT 8.2

ISM 10.2.4

ISM 10.2.1 ISM 10.2.1

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Part 8 - Cargo, Ballast and Pollution
Priority
832 83201

83202 832021 832022 832023 83203 83204 832041 83205 83206 83207 83208

Cargo Valves and Pipelines (Gas) Visual condition of cargo/bunker/hydraulic lines etc satisfactory? All valves tight?
(Evidence of valve test program)

Exxon MSR 6.4

All valve actuators working ?
(free of any jury-rigging)

83209 83210

Valve position indicators in good condition and clearly marked? Are valve closure times known? Cargo pumps, valves and pipelines marked? Deck/Pipe insulation and inserts in good condition? Pipework protected against thermal expansion? (Loops or bellows) Drip trays fitted at all valve and pipeline flanges? Electrical bonding in good condition? Are pipes free to move inside clamps? Flexible cargo hoses in good condition, blanked and test certificates available? (if carried) Means to test integrity of isolation valves provided? Do Cargo line pressure relief valves release to vent mast, liquid collelcting line or to cargo tank? (Note condition of
valves, including seals and pipework)

IGC 5.2.1.3

IGC 5.2.1.2

LNG

IGC 5.2.1.4 IGC 5.2.1.2 IGC 5.7.3

GC III3.8.2, IGC

83211

Vessel fitted with stern loading arrangement? (Not etype of monitoring
system fitted and operational)

832111

83212

Dedicated DP system provided for Stern loading platform and fully operational? Fuel gas piping shroud marked with sign ”No Cutting or Chipping”?

GC 11.4.7, IGC

833 83301

Deck Showers/Eye Baths (Gas) Are showers/eyebaths fitted, operational and clearly marked?
(Dependent on cargoes carried)

IGC 14.4.3 46 CFR 153.216

835 83501 83502

Hydrate Control (Gas) Are means available to control hydrates? Is system operational?

IGC 17.7

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Part 8 - Cargo, Ballast and Pollution
Priority
837 83701 83702 83703 83704 837041 837042 83705

83706 837061 837062 83707 83708 83709 837091 837092 83710

Compressor Rooms (Gas) Lighting effective and fittings in good condition? Fans operational and ventilation rigged correctly? Ventilation fans run continuously? Are all compressors operational? Standby compressor available? HD and LD compressors operational? Compressors’ prime mover? If steam, pipe lagging in good condition? Boil Off burned in boilers? Main and auxiliary fuel gas heaters in good condition? Condition of fuel gas piping? Standby compressor available? Shut downs tested regularly and logged? Safety equipment in place and in good order? Entry procedures followed? Entry restriction signs posted? Signs visible whether doors open or closed? Full body rescue harness and Line permanently rigged in each space?
(Where applicable)

ISM 10.2.1, 4

COSWP 6.5.1

83711 83712 83713 837131 837132 837133 837134 83714 83715 83716 83717

Are spaces free of gas leaks? Instrumentation in good condition? Hold air drying system in good condition? Number of fans? Connection to IG main blanked off? Condition of main and auxiliary dryer? Quantity of reserve drying agent carried? Date condensers and reheaters last pressure tested? Is vapouriser fitted and operational? Are records of maintenance available? Are records of consumption of freon gases kept?

ISM 10.2.1

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Part 8 - Cargo, Ballast and Pollution
Priority
837 83718 83719

Compressor Rooms (cont’d) Pipework free of soft patches? Removable bends and spool pieces clearly marked and labelled?
(Recommended)

83720 83721 83722 83723 83724 83725 83726 83727 838 83801 83802

ELSA set located in space? Bottle full and unit operational? General alarm repeater fitted? Bolts and other fixings on compressors secure? All compressor and fan shafts properly guarded? Bulkhead penetrations in good condition? Escape routes clearly marked?
(recommended)

ISGOTT 2.17.8

Is safe access provided?

COSWP 6.4.3

Motor Rooms (Gas) Are air lock alarms/ventilation trips operational and tested regularly? Forced ventilation operational?

ISM 10.2.1

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Part 8 - Cargo, Ballast and Pollution
Priority
842 84201 84202 84203

84204

Manifolds (Gas) Are Manifolds constructed to OCIMF/SIGTTO standards? Portable drip trays in good order? Are all unused manifolds kept blanked, one bolt per hole, when not in use? Are manifolds colour coded and marked on hose rail or ship's side?
(recommended)

ISGOTT 6.9.5

84205 84206 84207

84208 84209 842091 84210 842101 84211 84212

Purge connections fitted? Are lines marked up with last test pressure and date? Are suitable spill containers and gratings in place in way of bunker connections? Local gauges fitted outboard of manifold valve? Are line filters fitted (note date last inspected)? Can they be bypassed? Methods of dealing with cryogenic spills understood? Clearly documented? Is fire fighting equipment ready for use near manifold? Are cargo derricks/cranes of sufficient SWL for requirements of OCIMF?
(LPG V/ls < 6000 m3 =3 MT; 6000 15000m3 = 4 MT; 15000 - 50000m3 = 5MT; > 50000m3 = 5MT)

33 CFR 156.170

33 CFR 155.310

IGC 13.4.3

ISGOTT 4.4.1 TSG 3.7.1 STME 11.1 SLPGM 12.2.1

843 84301 84312

Cargo Heating (Gas) Date cargo heater last pressure tested? Cargo heater in apparent good condition?

TSG 1.4.1

ISM 10.2.1

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Part 8 - Cargo, Ballast and Pollution
Priority
844 84401 84402 84403 84404

Cargo Pump Controls, Alarms and Trips (All Tankers) Operational? Location of trips? Positions well marked? Alarms and trips regularly tested and logged?

ISGOTT 6.4 33 CFR 155.780 ISM 10.2.1, 4

84406 84407 84408

Crew aware of p/p alarm/trip settings? Date last tests carried out? Is entire cargo system operable from CCR?

ISM 10.2.1 IGC 13.1.3

845 84501 84502 84503 84504 847 84701 84703 84704

Cargo Transfer Procedures (All Tankers) Permanently posted?
(Reqd on all trades, not just USA)

33 CFR 155.740

Contents adequate?
(VEC description included)

33 CFR 155.750 ISM 11.1

Pipeline Diagram posted? MSDS for Cargo’s carried and posted?

33 CFR 154.310

High Level Alarms (Gas) Fitted and working? Deck alarm fitted and operational Alarm clearly marked as required?

ISGOTT 6.4

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Part 8 - Cargo, Ballast and Pollution
Priority
848 84801 84802

Cargo Stability/Stress Finder Fully operational? Instruction manual on board?
(Including test conditions, tests run 3 monthly)

SOLAS XII 11(Bulk) ISM 11.1

84803 84804 84805

Certificate of approval available? 2 Hourly records of stresses kept during cargo/ballast operations? Stability calculations (Pre-arrival,
sailing, and worst possible voyage conditions) sighted and satisfactory?

ISM 10.2.4

BC 2.1.3.1

84806 84807 84808

Damage stability assessed prior to departure? Are records of load/discharge stresses kept? Damage control plan available on bridge? (Recommended for v/ls built
before 1.2.92)

IMO A749(18)

BLU 5.1.1 ISM 10.2.4 SOLAS II-1 23-1 ISM 11.1

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Part 8 - Cargo, Ballast and Pollution
Priority
852 85201

Cargo Planning and Records (Gas) Has plan been prepared?
(Plan should make reference to ISGOTT 5.3 and 5.5)

ISGOTT 5.3, 5.5 33 CFR 155.750 COSWP 29.1.3 ISM 7

85202 85203

85204

85205 85206 85207

Is cargo order book in use? Are records of load/disch rates logged adequately including manifold pressures? Are Chief Officers Standing Orders available and signed by watch officers? Ship/Shore Check List completed? Is information available and posted on pump capacities? Is information available and posted on the maximum filling rates of individual tanks? Is information posted on tank filling limits? Vessel experience factor calculated and available? Is inhibitor certificate on board?
(If applicable)

ISM 10.2.4 ISM 10.2.4

Recommend

ISGOTT 5.7 TSG App 9

Recommend

ISGOTT 7.14.3

85208 85209 85210 85211 85212

IGC 15.1, 15.2

Recommend

Are cool-down procedures documented and adequate? Are heel management procedures adequate?

854 85401 85402

85403

Cargo Instrumentation (All Tankers) Instrumentation in good condition? Cargo system gauges checked annually and certificate issued by Chief Engineer? Is valid certified gauge available on board?

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Part 8 - Cargo, Ballast and Pollution
Priority
856 85601 85602 85603 85604 85605 85606

Ullage/Temp Gauge System (Gas) Is CCR ullage indication operational? Is CCR temperature indication operational? Is CCR pressure indication operational? Date last calibrated? Are temperature/pressure max/mins clearly marked? Information on critical temperatures displayed? Inert Gas System (Gas) Is it operational? Is I.G. Log maintained by Deck department? Is system properly calibrated before use? Are alarms, trips and shut-downs regularly tested and results logged? Can cargo tanks be purged: Below 5% O2 by vol Below 0.2% O2 by vol
(for carriage of PO)

ISM 10.2.1 IGC 13.4.1, 13.5.1

858 85801 85802 85803 85804

OCIMF c/list Sect 9 ISM 10.2.4

ISGOTT 6.4 ISM 10.2.1, 4

85805 85806 85807 858071 858072 859 85901 85902

IGC 9.5.1 IGC 17.6.1

Is N2 available on board?
(reqd for PO/EO padding)

IGC 17.20.15

N2 bulk storage tank in good condtion? Instrumentation satisfactory?

O.D.M.E. (Tankers) Is equipment operational?
Does printer readout confirm this?

MARPOL AV 9(1), 15(3)

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Part 8 - Cargo, Ballast and Pollution
Priority
861 86101 86102 86103 86104 86105 86106 86107

Fixed Gas Detection Equipment (Gas) Fixed system-make/model/status Spaces covered? Calibration gas available? Calibration regularly carried out and records kept? Detection equipment covers range of cargoes carried? High and low sensor heads provided to allow for different vapour densities? Audible and visual alarms fitted and operational? Portable Gas Detection Equipment (All) Sufficient equipment on board?(2
meter functions each covering O2, LEL, CO plus personal meters for above and Draeger pump/tubes for above plus acetylene and CO2)

IGC 13.6.7

IGC 13.6.6 ISM 10.2.1, 4 IGC 13.6.1

IGC 13.6.2

IGC 13.6.4

862 86201

ISGOTT 9.1.6 BC App F6 IBC 13.2.1 IGC 13.6.13, 14

86202 86203 86204 86205 86206 86207

List equipment on board:
Make/model/gases measured/status

Are calibration gases available for each? Calibration regularly carried out and records kept? Is equipment checked before each use? Are weekly function checks carried out? Are Officers familiar with equipment provided?

ISGOTT 11.3.1 ISM 10.2.1, 4

ISM 10.2.1

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Part 8 - Cargo, Ballast and Pollution
Priority
863 86301 86302 86303

Checklists Are cargo checklists in use? Are log entries made? C/O acquainted with contents to an acceptable level?
(Discussion on procedures)

ISM 7

864 86401 86402 86403

Sounding Routines Is comprehensive routine carried out? Frequency? (Should be daily) Log maintained correctly?

ISM 10.2.4

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Part 12 - Engine Room and Steering Gear
Priority
1201 120101 120102 120103 120104 120105 120106 120107 120108 120109 1202 120201 120202 120203 120204 120205

Engine Control Room Bridge control operational? UMS operation with checklists?
(Includes bilge alarm test)

ISM 7

Deadman alarm fitted and operational?
(If UMS - Alarm or log book on bridge)

Chief Engineer's Standing Orders available? USCG pollution warning notice posted? Bunker transfer procedures permanently posted? Bunker transfer procedures adequate? Pipeline Diagram posted? MSDS for Fuels handled?

Recommend

33 CFR 155.450 33 CFR 155.740

33 CFR 155.750

33 CFR 154.310

1202061 1202062 1202063 1202064 1202065 1202066 1202067

Machinery Space Records Logbook entries satisfactory? Ammeter readings for steering motors logged after tests? Records of generator load tests available? Regular test of ME manual/local controls and bridge communications? Records of testing resistance of portable tank cleaning hoses available?(Max 6 ohm/metre) Note dates from ER Log: Last test of Emergency Generator? Last test of Emergency Fire Pump? Last test of Survival Craft engines? Last test of remote shut-offs? Last test of Emergency Lighting? Last test of Emergency Steering gear? ME/Aux engine trips/shutdowns?

ISM 10.2.4

Recommend

ISM 10.2.4

Recommend monthly

ISGOTT 9.1.4 ISM 10.2.4

ISM 10.2.1

ISM 10.2.1

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Part 12 - Engine Room and Steering Gear
Priority
1203 120301

Steering Flat Condition of steering gear and compartment?
(Note any leakage on steering gear)

120302 120303 120304 120305 120306 120307 120308 120309 120310 1203101 1204 120401 120402 120403 120404 1205 120501 120502 1206 120601 120602 120603 120604 120605 120606 1207 120701

Communications systems operational? Door(s) to E.R. closed? Gyro repeater fitted/aligned? Hand rails, gratings (or non slip surface) ?
(Recommend gratings over NS paint) Header tank full? (or storage tank)

SOLAS II-1 29.10 SOLAS II-2 9.4.2.2 SOLAS V 12(f) SOLAS II-I 29.13, 19.1 SOLAS II-1 29.12.3

Gauge glass valves self closing and closed? Emergency Steering tested and satisfactory? Copy of block diagram posted? Emergency Steering diesel power pack in good condition? (if fitted) Fuel tank full?

ISM 10.2.1

SOLAS V 26.3.1

IG Plant (If Fitted) Is equipment operational? Fixed O2 equipment operational? Calibration demonstrated? Driers and scrubbers operational? Main Fire Pumps Operational status of pumps? Remote start locations?

SOLAS II-2 62.16.2

SOLAS II-2 10.2.2

Emergency Fire Pump
Location? Prime Mover? If diesel powered, is fuel tank full? Instructions posted? Is pump operational? Pump tested and satisfactory?
SOLAS II-2 10.2.2.3.2

OCIMF checklist

ISM 10.2.1

120702 120703 120704

Switchboards Is suitable insulated matting provided in front of main and emergency switchboards? Instructions posted for treatment of electrical shock? Cover panels properly fitted? Records available of routine tightness checks on terminal connections? (5Y
or drydock whichever is less)

SOLAS II-1 45.2

COSWP 22.11.2

COSWP 22.11.2

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Part 12 - Engine Room and Steering Gear
Priority
1208 120801 120802 120803 120804 120805 120806 120807 120808

Emergency Generator Generator tested and satisfactory? Auto start functional? Instructions posted? Can fuel supply be shut off remotely? Remote shut-off tested and satisfactory? Clearly marked? Is fuel tank full? Are gauge glass valves self closing and operational? (Cylindrical glass not
acceptable on fuel tanks)

ISM 10.2.1

ISM 10.2.1

SOLAS II-1 42, 43 SOLAS II-2 15.6.2.2

120809

Is regular test routine in operation? (For USCG 2 hrs/month on load(2hr load test)) Is power supplied to main air compressor and fuel booster pumps? Emergency lighting tested (if possible) and result?

SOLAS II-1 42.7, 43.7 46 CFR 97.15-30 ISM 10.2.1

120810 120811

ISM 10.2.1

1209 120901 120902 1210 121001 121002 121003 121004 121005 1211 121101 121102 121103

Main Air Bottles (Diesel ME) Fully charged? 1 open, 1 closed? Deck Spray/Sprinkler System (If Fitted) Number of pumps? Capacity? Operational? Can system be supplied by other pumps? Covers required areas Emergency Alarms Alarms audible throughout engine room spaces? Tested if possible? Are staff familiar with evacuation procedures? (Random check to verify
awareness within ER staff of alarm signals and escape routes etc)

IGC 11.3

ISM 10.2.1 ISM 7

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Part 12 - Engine Room and Steering Gear
Priority
1212 121201 121202 121203 121204 121205 121206 121207 1212071 1212072 121208 1212081

Workshops and E.R. Stores Machinery guarded? Instructions posted and safety posters displayed? Goggles available? Clean and tidy? Fire detector head unobstructed? Hot work instructions posted? Chemical stowage location? Chemical safety gear provided? Segregation of chemicals adequate?
(Acids and Alkalis)

COSWP 20.5.1

COSWP 20.4.10

COSWP 27.5.2

Welding curtain provided and segregation adequate? Welding equipment in good condition, including low voltage protection device?

COSWP 23.7.3

COSWP 23.6.1 COSWP 23.6.11

1213 121301 121302 121303 1214 121401 121402 121403 121404

Purifier Spaces Are door(s) closed and not lashed in open position? Are bilges clean? Savealls free of oil or debris? Incinerator Fitted and operational? Safety devices operational? Instructions posted? Waste not stored in vicinity of incinerator? (Spontaneous combustion) Sewage Unit Operational? Notice stating USCG approval and type? Direct overboard valve (Bypass) sealed shut? Valve clearly marked? Tank marked “Sewage Holding Tank”?
(Where fitted)

COSWP 8.6.4 COSWP 9.4

1215 121501 121502 121503 121504 121505

33 CFR 159

Recommend

1216 121601

Flame Screens Spare mesh on board? (30 x 30 mesh)

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Part 12 - Engine Room and Steering Gear
Priority
1217 121701 121702 121703 121704 121705 121706 121707 121708 1218 121801

Fuel Gas Burning Equipment? Condition of fuel gas piping? Fuel gas piping shrouded passing critical locations? Forced draft ventilation operational? Two extraction fans provided? Fuel gas piping shroud marked with sign ”No Cutting or Chipping”? Fuel gas shroud hood space in good condition? Doors kept closed with appropriate sign? Condition of Gas Detector Head? Emergency Bilge Suction Valves clearly marked and free?

GC 16.2(b), IGC

GC 16.5, IGC

SOLAS II-2 47.2

GC 13.6.7(f), IGC

1219 121901 121902 1220 122001 122002 122003

Sounding Pipes Caps in position and attached by chain? Deadweight closing device operational? OWS Equipment Operational?
USCG pollution warning notice displayed? Overboard valve sealed shut?
(Wire or plastic seal OK if chain/padlock used key must kept by C/E)

SOLAS II-2 4.2.2.3.5

33 CFR 155.450 MARPOL AI 16

1220031 122004 122005 1221 122101 122102 122103 122104

Valve clearly marked? Alarm operational? Bypass blanked? (If fitted)

Engine Room Bilges Clean? (No free oil present) Free of rubbish/rags? Lighting adequate? Frequency of bilge alarm testing?
(Should be daily if UMS, weekly if manned)

ISGOTT 2.14.4

ISM 10.2.1

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Part 12 - Engine Room and Steering Gear
Priority
1222 122201 122202 122203 122204 122207 122205

122206 1222061 1223 122301

Emergency Exits/Fire Doors All doors closed and not secured in open position? Unobstructed? Are doors free of home made hooks? Are exits and routes clearly marked with luminous IMO type signs? Is escape route lighting adequate? Warning notice posted restricting access during UMS periods? Are warning signs posted on:Noise levels? Equipment starting unexpectedly? Engine Room - General Pipework apparently free of soft patches/cement?
(If 'No' state position and condition)

SOLAS II-2 9.4.2.2

EEC, IMO A605(15)

COSWP 15.9.3

122302 122303 122304 122305 122306 122307 122308

Pipe lagging in good condition and not oil impregnated? Decks clean and oil free? Machinery free of oil leaks? E.R. free of temporary leak collectors? Safe access to all areas? Condition of fuel tank quick closing mechanisms? Are gauge glass valves self closing and operational?
(Cylindrical glass not permitted on fuel tanks)

COSWP 9.5.1 ISGOTT 2.14.4 COSWP 9.5.1

COSWP 6.4.3

SOLAS II-2 4.2.2.3.5

122309 122310 122311 122312 122313

Fuel tank surfaces in E.R. with sign "No Hot Work"? Apparent condition of seawater pipework and pumps? Condition and effectiveness of ER lighting? Equipment / machinery adequately guarded? Lifting equipment in good condition and clearly marked with SWL?
(Including chain blocks and lifting beams)

COSWP 7.2.2

COSWP 7.5.3, .5, 7.7.1

122314

Are fuel oil delivery line and adjacent hot surfaces jacketed?
Reqd on new vessels from 1.7.98 and on existing vessels by 1.7.03)

SOLAS II-2 4.2.2.5

122315

Visual condition of ER spaces?
(Including condition of funnel flaps)

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Part 12 - Engine Room and Steering Gear
Priority
1224 122401

122402 1224021 1224022 1224023 1224024 1224025 1224026 1224027

E.R. Firefighting/LSA Equipment Is equipment in place and unobstructed? General condition of equipment: Extinguishers? Semi-portable extinguishers? Fire hoses and hydrants? Portable foam applicators? CABA/Firemans outfit (if Applicable)? Escape Breathing Devices? (2 min) Sand boxes? LifeJackets available for duty personnel? (min 2) Safety Clothing Is clothing and equipment available? Is clothing and equipment in use? Are ear defenders being worn? Are safety helmets being worn?
(As appropriate)

SOLAS II-2 2.2.1.7 SOLAS II-2 2.2.1.7 SOLAS II-2 2.2.1.7 SOLAS II-2 2.2.1.7 SOLAS II-2 2.2.1.7

SOLAS II-2 2.2.1.7 SOLAS III 7.2.1.2

1225 122401 122402 122403 122404

SOLAS II-1 36 COSWP 4.5

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Photographs

” CalTec 2002

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