Posted by : sanjay swain Wednesday, August 7, 2013


                              ON BOARD TRAINING


A) ON BOARD TRAINING FOR ALL TANKERS PERSONNEL 

ALL TANKER PERSONNEL SHOULD UNDERGO TRAINING ONBOARD AND, WHERE APPROPRIATE, ASHORE, WHICH SHOULD BE GIVEN BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL EXPERIENCED IN THE HANDLING AND CHARACTERISTIC OF OIL, CHEMICAL OR LIQUEFIED GAS CARGOES AS APPROPRIATE AND THE SAFETY PROCEDURE INVOLVED. 
REGULATIONS

KNOWLEDGE OF THE SHIP’S RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE SAFETY OF PERSONNEL ON BOARD A TANKER IN PORT AND AT SEA. 

HEALTH HAZARDS AND PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN

DANGERS OF SKIN CONTACT, INHALATION AND ACCIDENTAL SWALLOWING OF CARGO, OXYGEN DEFICIENCY ,WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO INERT-GAS SYSTEM, THE HARMFUL PROPERTIES OF CARGOES CARRIED, PERSONAL ACCIDENTS AND ASSOCIATED FIRST AID, LISTS OF DO’S AND DON’TS.

FIRE PREVENTION AND FIRE FIGHTING

CONTROL OF SMOKING AND COOKING RESTRICTIONS, SOURCES OF IGNITION, FIRE AND EXPLOSION PREVENTION, METHODS OF FIRE FIGHTING, OF PORTABLE EXTINGUISHERS AND FIXED INSTALLATIONS


POLLUTION PREVENTION

PROCEDURES TO BE FOLLOWED TO PREVENT AIR WATER POLLUTION AND MEASURES WHICH WILL BE TAKEN IN THE EVENT OF SPILLAGE


SAFETY EQUIPMENT AND ITS USE

THE PROPER USE OF PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT, RESUSCITATION, ESCAPE AND RESCUE EQUIPMENT


B) ON BOARD TRAINING FOR LIQUEFIED GAS TANKER PERSONNEL


PERSONNEL WHO ARE REQUIRED TO BE TRAINED UNDER REGULATION V/I SHOULD BE PROVIDED SUPPLEMENTARY SHIPBOARD TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE BASED ON THE SHIP’S OPERATION MANUAL. SUCH TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE SHOULD COVER THE FOLLOWING SYSTEMS AS APPLICABLE:



1. THE CARGO HANDLING SYSTEM, INCLUDING PIPING SYSTEM; PUMPS; VALVES; EXPANSION DEVICES AND VAPOUR SYSTEMS; SERVICE REQUIREMENTS AND OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS OF CARGO-HANDLING SYSTEMS AND LIQUID RE-CIRCULATION;


2. INSTRUMENTATION SYSTEMS, INCLUDING CARGO LEVEL INDICATORS; GAS-DETECTION SYSTEMS; HULL AND CARGO TEMPERATURE MONITORING SYSTEMS; THE VARIOUS METHODS OF TRANSMITTING A SIGNAL FROM A SENSOR TO THE MONITORING STATION AND AUTOMATIC SHUTDOWN SYSTEMS;

3. BOIL-OFF DISPOSAL, INCLUDING USE AS FUEL; COMPRESSORS; HEAT EXCHANGER; GAS PIPING AND VENTILATION IN MACHINERY AND MANNED SPACES; PRINCIPLES OF DUAL-FUEL BOILERS, GAS TURBINES, DIESEL ENGINES; EMERGENCY VENTING AND RE-LIQUEFACTION;


4. AUXILIARY SYSTEMS, INCLUDING VENTILATION AND INERTING; QUICK-CLOSING, REMOTE CONTROL, PNEUMATIC, EXCESS FLOW, SAFETY RELIEF, AND PRESSURE/VACUUM VALVES; STEAM SYSTEMS FOR VOIDS, BALLAST TANKS AND CONDENSER;


5. GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF OPERATING THE CARGO-HANDLING PLANT, INCLUDING INERTING CARGO TANKS VOID SPACES; TANK COOL-DOWN AND LOADING; OPERATIONS DURING LOADED AND BALLASTED VOYAGES; DISCHARGING AND TANK STRIPPING; EMERGENCY PROCEDURES, AND PRE-PLANNED ACTION IN THE EVENT OF LEAKS, FIRES, COLLISION, STRANDING, EMERGENCY CARGO DISCHARGE AND PERSONNEL CASUALTY.


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