MARINE FIRE RESPONSE TRAINING MANUAL

 MARINE    
  FIRE            
 RESPONSE
 TRAINING 





Table of Contents
4 MARINE FIRE FIGHTER - TECHNICIAN LEVEL 3
4-1 Extra Hazards in the Marine Environment. 3
4-2 Vessel Operating Systems. 6
4-3 Vessel Stability 13
4-4 Dewatering. 27
4-5 Organizational Resources 36
4-6 Strategy and Tactics 42
4-7 Fireboat Operations 57
4-8 Post-Incident Activities 62
4-9 Legal Issues 63

Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System (BNWAS)

                                   Bridge
      Navigational  
Watch  
Alarm  
System
 This (BNWAS) is a reminder about the requirements that comes in
force on July 1st, 2012.

BACKGROUND


Following various Marine accidents, the Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm (BNWA) system is intended to prevent
human failure on vessels’ bridges. The system monitors the awareness of the Officer of Watch (OOW) and

Cargo Securing Manual



CARGO
SECURING
MANUAL


ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
This Example Cargo Securing Manual contains extracts from the IMO publications listed below, reproduced with the kind permission of the International Maritime Organisation.
MSC/Circ.745 - “Guidelines for the Preparation of the Cargo Securing Manual”.
Resolution A.715(17) - “Code of Safe Practice for Ships Carrying Timber Deck Cargoes, 1991”.
MSC/Circ.675 - “Recommendations on the Safe Transport of Dangerous Cargoes and Related Activities in Port Areas”.

THE NEW SOPEP MANUAL

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION
1. PREAMBLE
2. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
2.1. Reporting Requirements Flow Chart
2.2. When to Report
2.2.1. Actual Discharge
2.2.2. Probable Discharge
2.3. Information Required
2.4. Follow-up Reports
2.5. Whom to Contact
3. STEPS TO CONTROL DISCHARGE