Posted by : sanjay swain Wednesday, August 7, 2013

                          

                                HEAVY WEATHER


  1. IF HEAVY WEATHER IS EXPECTED, LIFE LINES SHOULD BE RIGGED IN APPROPRIATE LOCATIONS ON DECK.
  2. ATTENTION SHOULD BE GIVEN TO THE DANGERS OF ALLOWING ANY PERSON OUT ON DECK DURING HEAVY WEATHER.
  3. NO SEAFARERS SHOULD BE ON DECK DURING HEAVY WEATHER UNLESS IT IS ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY FOR THE SAFETY OF SHIP OR CREW.
  4. LASHING OF ALL DECK CARGO AND SPARE GEARS SHOULD BE INSPECTED AND TIGHTENED WHEN HEAVY WEATHER IS EXPECTED. WORK ON DECK SHOULD BE AUTHORIZED BY THE MASTER AND BRIDGE WATCH SHOULD BE INFORMED.
  5. A PERSON REQUIRED TO GO ON DECK DURING HEAVY WEATHER SHOULD WEAR LIFE JACKET AND BE EQUIPPED WITH A TRANSCEIVER.
  6. SEAFARERS ON DECK SHOULD WEAR REFLECTIVE CLOTHING.
  7. SEAFARERS SHOULD WORK IN PAIRS OR IN TEAMS. ALL SEA FARERS SHOULD BE UNDER THE COMMAND OF AN EXPERIENCED SENIOR OFFICER.

                           
SAFE WORKING PRACTICE
(UNATTENDED MACHINERY SPACES)

  1.  ONLY AUTHORIZED PERSONS SHOULD ENTER.
2.    INSTRUMENTATION AND ALARMS, ON WHICH THE SAFETY OF AN UNATTENDED INSTALLATION DEPENDS, SHOULD BE MAINTAINED IN GOOD OPERATIONAL ORDER.
3.    ANY ALARMS THAT HAVE OPERATED SHOULD BE RESET BEFORE THE MACHINERY SPACE IS LEFT. NO ALARM SYSTEM SHOULD BE ISOLATED WITHOUT THE PERMISSION OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER.
4.    A RESPONSIBLE OFFICER SHOULD ENSURE THAT ALL ALARM SYSTEMS ARE SET TO OPERATE AND THAT ALL PERSONS ARE ACCOUNTED FOR BEFORE LEAVING THE SPACE.
5.    SHOULD THE RESPONSIBLE OFFICER ENTER THE SPACE ALONE FOR ANY REASON, HE SHOULD INFORM BRIDGE DUTY OFFICER WHO SHOULD CHECK ON HIS WELL-BEING FREQUENTLY AND AT SPECIFIC TIMES AS LONG AS HE REMAINS THERE-IN.

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