- Inspect structural strength, peak and machinery bulkheads, and stern tubes.
- Inspect watertight bulkheads, decks and inner bottoms, watertight decks, trunks, tunnels, duct keels and ventilators.
- Inspect main machinery means of maneuvering and going astern.
- Inspect ventilations systems in machinery spaces, protection against noise.
- Inspect boilers and other pressure vessels, boiler feed systems, steam pipe systems, air pressure systems, cooling water systems.
- Inspect electrical installations, main source of electrical power and main switchboard, lighting systems.
- Inspect emergency source of power and emergency switchboards, locations and construction of cables and general precaution against shock , fire and other hazards.
- Check remote control of propulsion machinery from bridge and steering gear.
- Check communication between engine room and bridge, engineer’s alarm.
- Inspect ballast and bilge pumping and drainage arrangements.
- Check anchors, anchor handling equipments and chain cables.
- Check emergency towing arrangements.
- All weather tight door should be in good condition.
- All dog, clamp, handle in good condition, well greased. Can be opened from both sides.
- Door sealing and gasket in good condition.
- All machinery place opening should be check, it should be good condition.
- All overboard non return valve in good condition.
- Sea chest valves, SW lines condition.
- All sounding pipe cap should be closed and self closing arrangements should be on good condition.
- All db tanks manhole door properly tight and its gasket on good condition.
- LL , draft markings on ship side. LL certificate validity
- All ventilator opening are provided with efficient weather tight closing appliances.
- Air pipe should have proper means of closing and opening
IOPP Survey preparations:
- Validity of the IOPP Certificate checked.
- Proper entry of ORB and, sludge disposal receipts to shore facilities attached to ORB.
- Calculate the sludge formation, and compared with 1% of voyage fuel consumption.
- Incinerating time, incinerated waste oil amount, remainder of waste oil in waste oil tank should be reasonable.
- Incinerator kept ready for demonstration, such as heating of waste oil tank, alarms, control and functional test, done prior to survey.
- OWS in good order, its piping free from oil leaks, overboard valve from OWS locked in closed position.
- If possible, one section of discharge pipe removed and free from oil residues.
- ODM checked for 15-ppm alarm and automatic stopping.
- High level alarms of sludge tank, waste oil tank and bilge holding tank checked.
- Spare filter for OWS must be onboard.
- USCG Notice posted near OWS and bilge pumping out station
- Environmental policy pasted in ECR, common place
- DPA details
- Crew resp and duties.
- Check lists(arrival, departure, wash water ovbd), permits( hot work, safe entry , cold work , sea water, critical equp. ), operating procedures posters, all record books – log book, ORB, circular letters
- Crew preparedness for emcee situations, reg drills training
- Reporting of any NC, near miss,
- PMS followed , spares inventory, critical spares identified and ROB maintained.
- Proper familiarisation , handing over
- FFA, LSA equip, emergency escape marked.
- FFA – fire detection and alarm syst, fire control plan, portable and fixed extinguishers, hypermist / sprinkler, fire pumps, QCV, ES, Vent and funnel flaps
- LSA – l/b, r/b, davit, life raft, l/j, immersion suits, emergency escape, emergency lighting, emergency generator, EEBD, General emergency alarms
- Navigational equipments – gyro compass, radar, echo sounder, BNWAS, ECDIS, navigational lights, search light, signalling light, day light
- For tankers – Pump room fire detection and extinguishing system, IG, deck fire fighting system
- Documents – SAFCON cert, SEQ cert, LL, any COC
- ODS – record book maintained and updated.
- NOx tech file
- Incinerator ready for demonstration, alarms and trips, refractory condition, GRB
- Collection and reporting of FO data
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