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                                                                       TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

 

Section 1         General Operations

 

1.1          General

1.1.1       Policy

1.1.2       Manual Objectives

1.1.3       Navigation

1.1.4       Master’s Standing Orders

1.1.5       Safety Officer

1.1.6       Safety Committee

1.1.7       Safety Meetings and Drills

1.1.8       Accident/Incident reporting

1.1.9       Contractors and Passengers

1.1.10     Accommodations and Inspections

1.1.11     Pilotage Operations

1.1.12     Anchoring

1.1.13     Log Books

1.1.14     Charter Parties

1.1.15     Surveyors and Surveys

1.1.16     Fire Prevention

1.1.17     Training

1.1.18     Shipboard Verifications

1.1.19     Master’s Reviews

1.1.20     Ship’s Library & Record Storage

 

1.2          Shipboard Organization

                1.2.1       General (organization chart)

                1.2.2       Responsibilities

                                A)  Master

                                B)  Chief Officer

                                C)  Chief Engineer

                                D)  Second Engineer

                                E)  Second Officer

                                F)  Third Officer

                                G)  Third & Fourth Engineers

                                H)  Electrical Technical Officer

                                I)   Chief Cook

                                J)   Bosun

                                K)  Deck Ratings

                                L)  Engine Room Ratings

 


 

1.3          Reporting Requirements

                1.3.1       General

                1.3.2       Daily Report

                1.3.3       Shipboard Management Report

                1.3.4       Safety Meetings and Emergency Drill Reports

                1.3.5       Incident/accident Reports

                1.3.6       QSM Audit Reports

                1.3.7       Master’s Reviews

                1.3.8       Extra Meals and Lodging Reports

                1.3.9       Onhire/Offhire Statement of Facts

                1.3.10     Master’s Cash Account (Form ADM-002)

                1.3.11     Vitualling Account

                Fig           Reporting Ship to Shore

 

1.4          Communications

                1.4.1       General

                1.4.2       Communications Outside USAsia Co. Office Hours

                1.4.3       Electronic Messaging (e-mail)

                1.4.4       Inmarsat C

                1.4.5       Mini M

                1.4.6       Attachments

                1.4.7       Safenet Messaging

                1.4.8       Crew Email

                1.4.9       Summary

                1.4.10     Cellular Phones

 

1.5          Pollution Prevention

                1.5.1       General

                1.5.2       Reporting of Oil Spills

                1.5.3       Oil Slicks in Port/at Sea

                1.5.4       Clean Up

                1.5.5       Sludge, Waste and Bilge Water Disposal

                1.5.6       Air Pollution

1.5.7           Waste Retention and Disposal

                1.5.8       Garbage Management Plan

                1.5.9       Sewage

 

1.6          Salvage Operations

                1.6.1       Master’s Authority

                1.6.2       Master’s Judgment

                1.6.3       Offers of Help

                1.6.4       Lloyds Open Form (LOF)

                1.6.5       Salvage Services Given

 

1.7          Insurance

                1.7.1       General

                1.7.2       Master’s Responsibility

                1.7.3       Hull and Machinery (perils covered)

                1.7.4       Details of Incident

                1.7.5       Surveyors

                1.7.6       Protection and Indemnity Insurance (P&I)


 

1.8          Certification and Surveys

                1.8.1       International Conventions

                1.8.2       Flag State Authorities

                1.8.3       Port State Inspections

                1.8.4       Responsibility

                1.8.5       Procedure

                1.8.6       Certification

                1.8.7       Certificate/Survey Matrix

 

1.9          Repairs and Maintenance

                1.9.1       General

                1.9.2       Responsibilities

                1.9.3       Machinery and Equipment Repair

                1.9.4       Maintenance of Fire and life saving equipment

                1.9.5       Measuring and Monitoring Devices

                1.9.6       Equipment adjustments

                1.9.7       Dry docking

                1.9.8       Lifting Gear and Cargo Lashing Equipment

                1.9.9       Stores and Inventory

                1.9.10     Critical spare Parts

                1.9.11     Parts Sent Ashore

                1.9.12     Drawings and Instruction Manuals

                1.9.14     Cold Weather Operations

                1.9.15     Mooring rope Care and Maintenance

 

 

Section 2             Safe Work Practices

 

2.1          Personnel Basic Rights related to Safety

 

2.2          Hazard Identification and Control

2.2.1       General

2.2.2       Health Hazards

2.2.3       Safety Hazards

2.2.4       Unsafe Conditions

2.2.5       Hazard Identification

2.2.6       Hazard Controls

2.2.7       Hazard Communication

2.2.8       Hazard ID Card.

 

2.3          Safe Work Permit

                2.3.1       Purpose

                2.3.2       Scope

                2.3.3       Responsibilities

                2.3.4       Procedures

                                1  Hot Work

                                2  Fire Watch

                                3  Welding and burning equipment

                                4  Cold Work


 

 

2.4          Job Safety Analysis

                2.4.1       Purpose

                2.4.2       Definition

                2.4.3       JSA Steps

                2.4.4       Develop Solutions

                2.4.5       Development of JSA

                2.4.6       Responsibilities

                2.4.7       Follow up and Revisions

                2.4.8       JSA Reference Guide

 

2.5          Confined Space Entry

                2.5.1       General

                2.5.2       Identifying Confined Space Hazards

                                1  Oxygen Deficient Atmospheres

                                2  Flammable Atmospheres

                                3  Toxic Atmospheres

                                4  Mechanical and Physical Hazards

                2.5.3       Confined Space Entry Procedure

                                1  Prior to Entry

                                2  After Entry

                                3  Rescue.

 

2.6          Tagging and Locking Out

                2.6.1       Purpose

                2.6.2       Scope

                2.6.3       Responsibilities

                2.6.4       Procedure

 

2.7          Hazardous Material Control

                2.7.1       Purpose

                2.7.2       Scope

                2.7.3       Responsibilities

                2.7.4       Procedures

 

2.8          Personal Protective Equipment

                2.8.1       Purpose

                2.8.2       Scope

                2.8.3       Responsibilities

                2.8.4       Procedures

                2.8.5       Respirators

 

2.9          Portable Tools

                2.9.1       Purpose

                2.9.2       Scope

                2.9.3       Definition

                2.9.4       Responsibilities

                2.9.5       Procedures

 


 

Section 3             Ship in Port

 

3.1          Ship Keeping

                3.1.1       Port Regulations

                3.1.2       Manning

                3.1.3       Access

                3.1.4       Deck Officers Responsibilities

                3.1.5       Engineering Officers Responsibilities

                3.1.6       Shore Leave

                3.1.7       Relieving Procedures

                3.1.8       Fire Precautions

                3.1.9       Security

                3.1.10     Visitors

 

3.2          Cargo Operations

                3.2.1       General

                3.2.2       Chief Officers Responsibility

                3.2.3       Duty Deck Officers responsibilities

                3.2.4       Cargo Space Inspections

                3.2.5       Crane Operations

                3.2.6       Hazardous Cargo

                3.2.7       Container Operations

                3.2.8       Damages to Equipment and Cargo

                3.2.9       Cargo Documentation

 

3.3          Mooring and Un Mooring

                3.3.1       General

                3.3.2       Safety Precautions

 

 

Section 4             Preparing for Sea

 

4.1          General

                4.1.1       Weather Forecasts

                4.1.2       Cargo Stowage and Lashing

                4.1.3       Main Engine Preparations

4.1.4           Departure Checks

4.1.5           Shipboard Familiarization

4.1.6           Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) Clearance

 

4.2          Voyage Planning

                4.2.1       General

                4.2.2       Preparation

                4.2.3       Transit Routes

 

4.3          Bunkering

                4.3.1       Responsibilities

                4.3.2       Procedure

Prior to Commencing Bunkers

                                During Bunkering

Completion of Bunkering

                4.3.3       Reserve Bunkers

 


 

Section 5             Ship at Sea

 

5.1          Watchkeeping

5.1.1           Bridge Watchkeeping

.1 General

                                .2 Coastal Navigation

                                .3 Restricted Visibility

                                .4 Master’s Night Orders

                                .5 Bridge Watch Keeping Duties

                                .6 Relieving Watch Keeping Officers

                                .7 Look Outs

                                .8 Watertight Integrity

                                .9 Calling the Master

                5.1.2       Engine Room Watch keeping

                                .1 General

                                .2 Watch Handover

                                .3 Engine(s) Shutdown

                                .4 Machinery Performance

                5.1.3       Periods of Rest for Watch keepers

 

5.2          Navigational Aids

                5.2.1       Limits of Aids to Navigation

                5.2.2       Automatic Pilot

                5.2.3       Radar

                5.2.4       Echo Sounders

 

5.3          Weather

                5.3.1       General

                5.3.2       Preparing for Heavy Weather

                5.3.3       Speed in Heavy Weather

                5.3.4       Freezing Spray and Icing

                5.3.5       Tropical Revolving Storms

                5.3.6       Offshore Vessel Weather Precautions

 

5.4          Ice Navigation

                5.4.1       General

                5.4.2       Entering Ice

                5.4.3       Use of Radar in Ice

5.4.4           Navigating Near Bergs

5.4.5           Machinery

 

5.5          Preparing for Arrival in Port

5.5.1           General

5.5.2           Port Information

5.5.3           Equipment Testing

5.5.4           Entering Port

5.5.5           Port State Control (PSC)

5.5.6           Port and State Authorities

 

 

 

 

Section 6             Offshore Operations

 

6.1          Standby Vessel

                6.1.1       General

                6.1.2       Daily Routine

                6.1.3       Equipment Status

                6.1.4       Fast Rescue Craft (FRC)

                6.1.5       Weather Working Limits for FRC

                6.1.6       Standby Positioning

                6.1.7       Collision Avoidance

                6.1.8       Drills and Exercises

                6.1.9       Standby Vessel Medicines And Medical Equipment

                6.1.10     Medical Kit Available to the Standby Vessel for Use of the Medic and/or Physician

                6.1.11     Rescue Equipment

 

6.2          Supply Vessel

                6.2.1       General

                6.2.2       Cargo Operations

                                Handling of Cargo

                                Bulk Cargo

                                Hazardous Mud Chemicals

                                Fuel and Other Pollutants

                                Zinc Bromide

                                Drill Water

                                Cargo Piping Standardized Color Codes

                                Deck Cargo

                                Cargo Stowage and Stability

                                Tubulars

                                Containers and Baskets

                                Loose Equipment

                                Table of Weights

                                Dangerous Goods

                6.2.3       Tank Cleaning Operations (Liquid Cargos)

                                Preparation

                                Cleaning the Tanks

                                Completion (inspection standards)

 

6.3          Work Boat (utility craft) Operations

                6.3.1       General

                6.3.2       Duties and Responsibilities

                6.3.2       Operating Limits

                6.3.4       Carriage of Passengers

                6.3.5       Safety (Drills)

                6.3.6       Winter Operations

                6.3.7       Maintenance

 

6.4          Anchor Handling

                6.4.1       General

                6.4.2       Planning

                6.4.3       Deck Operations

                6.4.4       Maintenance of Equipment

                6.4.5       Work Deck Safety

 

6.5          Towing

                6.5.1       General

                6.5.2       Towing Gear

                6.5.3       Tow Wire

                6.5.4       Tow Stretcher

                6.5.5       Tow Chain

                6.5.6       Towing Pennant (Weak Link)

                6.5.7       Joining Shackles

                6.5.8       Spare Equipment

                6.5.9       Towing Safety

 

6.6          Iceberg Management

                6.6.1       Description

                6.6.2       Size

                6.6.3       Ice Berg Towing

                                Single Vessel

                                Two Vessels

                6.6.4       Propeller Washing

                Figure 1  One vessel tow

                Figure 2  Two vessel tow

                Figure 3  Prop washing

                6.6.5       Ice Berg Towing Equipment

 

6.7          Personnel Transfers Offshore

                6.7.1       General

                6.7.2       Helicopter

                6.7.3       Personnel Basket

                6.7.4       Fast Rescue Craft

 

 

Section 7             Emergency Procedures

 

7.1          General

                7.1.1       Emergency Organization

                7.1.2       Reporting Emergencies

                7.1.3       Emergency Preparedness (drill schedule)

                7.1.4       Emergency Muster List

                7.1.5       Receipt of Distress Messages

                7.1.6       Marine Emergency Reporting Flow chart

 

7.2          Abandoning Ship

 

7.3          Helicopter Evacuation

 

7.4          Man Overboard

 

7.5          Fire

 

7.6          Collision

 

7.7          Grounding

 

7.8          Loss of Steering and Engine Failure


 

 

7.9          Offshore Installation Emergencies

                7.9.1       General

                7.9.2       Approaching an Installation During an Emergency

                7.9.3       Evacuation of the Installation

                7.9.4       Man Overboard

                7.9.5       Fire

                7.9.6       Helicopter Emergencies

                7.9.7       Medical Evacuation (to standby/supply vessel)

                7.9.8       Medical Evacuation (from a standby/supply vessel)

                7.9.9       Offshore Installation Survival Craft

                                Enclosed Survival Craft

                                Life Raft

                7.9.10     Transfer of Personnel

                7.9.11     Reception and Care of Survivors

                7.9.12     Towing

 

7.10        Search and Rescue

 

7.11        Pollutant Spills

 

7.12        Piracy

 

7.13        Stowaways

 

7.14        Refugees

 

7.15        Criminal Offences

                7.15.1     General

                7.15.2     Evidence

                7.15.3     Dealing With the Crime

                7.15.4     Violence

                7.15.5     Theft

                7.15.6     Sexual Offences

                7.15.7     Sexual Harassment

                7.15.8     Sexual Assault

 

7.16        Police Intervention Emergencies

                7.16.1     Bomb Threats

                7.16.2     Kidnap, Hostage Taking and Extortion

                7.16.3     Threat From Terrorists

 


 

Section 8             Check Lists

 

                Instructions

QSM – 011            Safe Work Permit

QSM – 012            Prior to Sailing Familiarization

QSM – 012A         Non G.M.L. Payroll Crew Information

QSM – 025            Deck Officer Familiarization

QSM – 026            Engine Room Familiarization

QSM – 027            Arrival in Port

QSM – 028            Preparation for Departure

QSM – 029            Steering Gear Testing

QSM – 030            Confined Space Entry

QSM – 039            Contractor Pre Job Safety Check

QSM – 052A         Vessel Audit and Safety Inspection Check List

QSM – 056            Offshore Installation Arrival

QSM – 058            Fuel and Other Pollutants(transfer to offshore installation)

QSM – 062            Bunkering Check List

QSM – 065            Anchor Handling Check List

QSM – 066            Daily Towing Check List.

 

 

Section 9             Forms and Reports

 

                Instructions

QSM – 001            Shipboard Management Monthly Report

QSM – 007            Accident/Incident Investigation Report

QSM – 008            Emergency Drill Report

QSM – 009            Safety Meeting Report

QSM – 010            Corrective/Preventive Action Request (CAR)

QSM – 014            Request For Training

QSM – 016            Employee Performance Evaluation Review

QSM – 016A         Employee Performance Evaluation (Ratings & Hourly Rating)

QSM – 017            Statement of Facts (on/off hire)

QSM – 018            Request to Change Documentation

QSM – 020B          Shipboard Verification Report

QSM – 031            Master’s Review

QSM – 036            Certificate of Document of Receipt

QSM – 037            Shipping Manifest

QSM – 043            QSM System Action Issues

QSM – 044            Watch Keeping and Rest Periods

QSM – 053            Record of Garbage Discharges

QSM – 054            Receipt of Garbage Disposed of to Reception Facilities

QSM – 055            Inspection Release Form

QSM – 057            Equipment Adjustment/Calibration Log

ADM – 001            Victualling Account

ADM – 002            Master’s Cash Account.

 

 

Section 3 Index for Forms and Reports

 

USAsia Co 001 - Shipboard Management Monthly Report

USAsia Co 007 - Incident Investigation Report

USAsia Co 008 - Emergency Drill Report

USAsia Co 009 - Safety Meeting Report

USAsia Co 010 - Corrective Action Request

USAsia Co 010A - Corrective Action Status Log

USAsia Co 011 - Safe Work Permit

USAsia Co 012 - Prior to Sailing Safety Checklist

USAsia Co 012A - Non-USAsia Co Payroll Employee Info Sheet

USAsia Co 014 - Request for Training

USAsia Co 015 - New Employee Orientation Checklist

USAsia Co 016 - Employee Evaluation Form

USAsia Co 016A-Evaluation Vessel Ratings & Hourly Workers

USAsia Co 016M-Master's Evaluation Form

USAsia Co 017 - Statement of Facts On-Off Hire

USAsia Co 018 - Document Change Request

USAsia Co 018A - Document Change Request Log

USAsia Co 019 - Audit Assignment

USAsia Co 020 - QSM Audit Report

USAsia Co 020A - Audit Report Status Log

USAsia Co 020B - Shipboard Verification Report

USAsia Co 021 - Kidnap,Hostage,Extoriation Chk list

USAsia Co 022 - Letter & Parcel Bomb Guide

USAsia Co 023 - Fact Sheet for Release to Media

USAsia Co 024 - Critical Supplier Evaluation

USAsia Co 025 - Deck Officer Familiarization Checklist

USAsia Co 026 - Engine Room Familiarization Checklist

USAsia Co 028 - Preparation for Departure Checklist

USAsia Co 030 - Confined Space Entry Checklist

USAsia Co 031 - Master's Review

USAsia Co 032 - Customer Complaint

USAsia Co 032A - Customer Complaint Log

USAsia Co 033 - Customer Evaluation

USAsia Co 034 - Contract Review & Amendment

USAsia Co 035 - Supplier Capability Questionnaire

USAsia Co 036 - Receipt of Document Certificate

USAsia Co 037 - Shipping Manifest

USAsia Co 038 - Tool Crib Log

USAsia Co 039 - Weekly Vehicle Inspection

USAsia Co 040 - PMS, Crane & Boom Truck

USAsia Co 040A - Fork Lift Maintenance & Inspection Schedule

USAsia Co 041 - Time Slip Form

USAsia Co 042 - New Employee Information Sheet

USAsia Co 043 - QSM System Action Issues

USAsia Co 044 - Record of Watch Keepers

USAsia Co 045 - Project Deviation Report

USAsia Co 046 - Risk Assessment Form

USAsia Co 047 - Inspection & Test Plan (ITP)

USAsia Co 049 - Contractor Safety Check

USAsia Co 052 - QSM Vessel Inspection Checklist

USAsia Co 053 - Record of Garbage Discharges

USAsia Co 054 - Receipt for Garbage Disposed

USAsia Co 055 - Inspection Report Release Form

USAsia Co 055A - Surveillance Report

USAsia Co 056 - Arrival at Offshore Installation Checklist

USAsia Co 057 - Equipment Adjustment Log

USAsia Co 058 - Fuel and Other Pollutants Transfer to Offshore Inst

USAsia Co 060 - Project Completion Report

USAsia Co 062 - Bunkering Checklist

USAsia Co 063 - Cargo Lashing, Anchor Handling & Towing Equipment I

USAsia Co 064 - Visitor's Vessel Inspection Report

USAsia Co 065 - Anchor Handling Checklist

USAsia Co 066 - Daily Towing Checklist

USAsia Co -ADM - 001 Victualling Account

USAsia Co -ADM 002 - Master's Cash Account

 

OVID is being added to this document-

 

After which we will add on other offshore work categories on a case by case basis.