Surveyors Guidance (eBook)

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April 2010

Surveyors Guidance (eBook)

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This eBook contains 1,500 pages of electronic documentation that is essential reference material for surveyors, ship superintendents and ship staff.

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The eBook contains instructions for surveyors involved in the following surveys:
- Carriage of Cargoes, Volume 1 - The carriage of packaged cargoes and Cargo units
(including containers and vehicles)
- Carriage of Cargoes, Volume 2 - Solid Bulk Cargoes
- Crew Accommodation in Merchant Ships
- Fire Protection Arrangements.
- International Code of Safety for High Speed Craft, HSC Code.
- International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention,
The ISM Code.
- Life-saving appliances Volume 1
- Life-saving appliances Volume 2 (testing)
- Lights and Signaling Equipment
- Load Line.
- Merchant Shipping Navigational Equipment
- Passenger Ship Construction, Classes I, II & II(A)
- Passenger Ship Construction, Classes III to VI(A)
- Prevention of Oil Pollution from Ships
- Prevention of Pollution by Garbage from Ships and the provision and use of Port Waste
Reception facilities
- Radio Installations on Fishing Vessels
- Radio Installations on GMDSS Ships
- Survey of Chemical Tankers
- Survey of Gas Carriers
With this value of information on one disc it makes a valuable addition to your technical library.

Survey of Gas Carriers
Chapter 1 - General
Chapter 2 - Surveys
Chapter 3 - Ship Survival Capability and Location of Cargo Tanks
Chapter 4 - Ship Arrangements
Chapter 5 - Cargo Containment and Transfer
Chapter 6 - Cargo Tank Vent Systems
Chapter 7 - Environmental Control
Chapter 8 - Electrical Installations
Chapter 9 - Fire Protection and Fire Extinction
Chapter 10 - Mechanical Ventilation in the Cargo Area
Chapter 11 - Instrumentation (Gauging, Gas Detection)
Chapter 12 - Personnel Protection
Chapter 13 - Use of Cargo as Fuel
Chapter 14 - Special Requirements
Chapter 15 - Operational Requirements
Annex A - Maritime and Coastguard Agency's Approval of Shipboard Computers for Intact and Damage Stability
Annex B - Amendments to the IGC Code and Related Matters
Annex C - Amendments to the GC Code related to Filling Limits
Annex D - Amendments to the GC Code for Existing Ships relating to Filling Limits
Annex E - Guidelines for the Evaluation of the Adequacy of Type C Tank Vent Systems
Annex F - Survey Guidelines under the Harmonized System of Survey and Certification
Annex G - Use of Halons for Fire Extinguishing
Annex H - List of Plans and Documents for Initial Survey
Annex J - Extract from the Survey and Inspection Policy 'Instructions'
Annex K - Proposed Amendments to the International Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk (IGC Code)

International Code of Safety for High-Speed Craft
Chapter 1 - General Comment and Requirements
Chapter 2 - Buoyancy, Stability and Subdivision
Chapter 3 - Structures
Chapter 4 - Accommodation and Escape Measures
Chapter 5 - Directional Control Systems
Chapter 6 - Anchoring, Towing and Berthing
Chapter 7 - Fire Safety
Chapter 8 - Life-Saving Appliances and Arrangements
Chapter 9 - Machinery
Chapter 10 - Auxiliary Systems
Chapter 11- Remote Control, Alarm and Safety Systems
Chapter 12 - Electrical Installations
Chapter 13 - Navigation Equipment
Chapter 14 - Radiocommunications
Chapter 15 - Operating Compartment Layout
Chapter 16 - Stabilisation Systems
Chapter 17 - Handling, Controllability and Performance
Chapter 18 - Operational Requirements
Chapter 19 - Inspection and Maintenance Requirements
Annex 1 - Forms of Safety Certificate for High-Speed Craft
Annex 2 - Form of Permit to Operate High-Speed Craft
Annex 3 - Use of Probability Concept
Annex 4 - Procedures for Failure Mode and Effects Analysis
Annex 5 - Ice Accretion Applicable to all Types of Craft
Annex 6 - Methods relating to the Intact Stability Investigation of Hydrofoil Craft
Annex 7 - Stability of Multihull Craft
Annex 8 - Definitions, Requirements and Compliance Criteria related to Operational and Safety Performance
Annex 9 - Criteria for Testing and Evaluation of Revenue and Crew Seats
Annex 10 - Open Reversible Liferafts

Fire Protection Arrangements
Chapter 1 - General
Chapter 2 - Submission of Plans and Approval of New Appliances and Fire Protection Materials
Chapter 3 - Surveys and Inspections
Chapter 4 - Fire Patrols, Automatic Sprinkler, Fixed Fire Detection and Sample Extraction Smoke Detection Systems
Chapter 5 - Fire Pumps, Fire Mains, Water Service Pipes, Hydrants, Hoses, Nozzles, Couplings and International Shore Connections
Chapter 6 - Fire Extinguishers Portable and Non-Portable
Chapter 7 - Fixed Fire Extinguishing Installations
Chapter 8 - Specialised Ships, Tankers, Chemical Carriers, Liquefied Gas Carriers, Dangerous Goods and Offshore Installations
Chapter 9 - Firemen's Outfits
Chapter 10 - Miscellaneous Items
Chapter 11 - General Advice and Comment
Chapter 12 - Passenger Ships of Classes I, II and II(A) (of 21.34 m in length and over) carrying more than 36 Passengers (L.S. Regulations 51 to 67)
Chapter 13 - Parts A and B
Chapter 14 - Parts A and B
Chapter 15 - Means of Escape: Passenger Ships, Cargo Ships and Tankers (L.S. Regulations 68, 84 and 101 and S.S. Regulation 44)
Appendix 1 - Reference to IMO Resolutions and MSC Circulars found throughout the Instructions

Carriage of Cargoes Volume 1 - The Carriage of Packaged Cargoes and Cargo Units (including Containers and Vehicles)
Chapter 1 - General
Chapter 2 - Packaged Cargoes and Cargo Units
Chapter 3 - Dangerous Goods and Marine Pollutants
Chapter 4 - Document of Compliance for the Carriage of Dangerous Goods
Chapter 5 - Packaged Goods Inspections
Appendix 1 - List of Merchant Shipping Notices, Guidance etc
Appendix 2 - Form for Non-Dangerous Cargo Information (Recommended Layout based on MSC/CIRC.812)
Appendix 3 - Additional Information
Appendix 4 - List of Standards for Slings, Chains etc
Appendix 5 - Illustrative Lashing Charts for Ro-Ro Ships on Short Voyages
Appendix 6 - Hazardous Wastes Point of Contact
Appendix 7 - Examples of Documents of Compliance for the Carriage of Dangerous Goods for Various Types of Ship Document of Compliance
Appendix 8 - MSC Circular 860 of 22 May 1998 - Guidelines for the Approval of Offshore Containers Handled in Open Seas
Appendix 9 - Container Safety Convention Approval Plate Details
Appendix 10 - UN Packaging Marking
Appendix 11 - Portable Tank (IMO) Plate Details
Appendix 12 - Dangerous Goods List
Appendix 13 - United Kingdom Portable Tank Type Approval Certificate
Appendix 14 - United Kingdom Portable Tank Certificate
Carriage of Cargoes Volume 2 - Solid Bulk Cargoes
Chapter 1 - General
Chapter 2 - Solid Bulk Cargoes
Chapter 3 - Inspections
Annex A - List of relevant Merchant Shipping Notices, Marine Guidance Notes and Marine Information Notes
Annex B - Resolution A.866(20), Guidance to Ships' Crews and Terminal Personnel for Bulk Carrier Inspections
Annex C - HSE information sheet, Health Hazards from Dusty Cargoes during the Loading and Unloading of Ships, Docks Information Sheet No 2 (Revised)
Annex D - Form for Cargo Information (Recommended Layout)
Annex E - MSC/Circ.671
Annex F - Addresses
Annex G - Resolution A.864(20)
Annex H - Specimen Document of Authorisation for Grain Cargoes
Annex J - Addresses
Passenger Ship Construction - Classes I, II & II(A)
Part 1 - Plans, Particulars and Materials
Part 2 - Strength, Construction and Watertight Subdivision
Part 3 - Closing of Openings in Hulls and Watertight Bulkheads
Part 4 - Closing of Openings in Enclosed Superstructures and in Bulkheads above the Bulkhead Deck
Part 5 - Stability and Shipside Markings
Part 6 - Bilge Pumping Arrangements
Part 7 - Electrical Equipment and Installations
Part 8 - Boilers and Machinery
Part 9 - Miscellaneous Requirements
Part 10 - Miscellaneous Requirements for Ships with Special Category or Ro-Ro Cargo Spaces
Part 11 - Equivalents, Penalties, Detention and Invalid Stability Information
Part 12 - Passenger Accommodation
Part 13 - Elderly, Disabled and Sick Passengers
Part 14 - Merchant Shipping (Ro-Ro Passenger Ship Survivability) Regulations 1997 (Statutory Instrument 1997 No 647)
Part 15 - A/Amax Calculations
Appendix 1 - Loading and Stability Computers
Appendix 2 - Determining the Vertical Centres of Gravity and Vertical Moments of Weight of Vehicles/Cargo in the Main Vehicle Spaces
Appendix 3 - Guidance Notes on the Stockholm Agreement SLF 40/Inf.14
Appendix 4 - A/Amax Calculation Procedure
Appendix 5 - Guidelines on Approval of Weathertight Doors or similar Closing Appliances to the Openings leading to spaces below the Bulkhead Deck or Subdividing the Ro-Ro Cargo Space
Appendix 6 - Step by Step Guide Calculation
Appendix 7 - Special Notes regarding Stability
Appendix 8 - Recommendation on the Design and Operation of Passenger Ships to respond to Elderly and Disabled Persons' needs
Appendix 9 - Model Instructions relating to the Control of Watertight Doors
Appendix 10 - Stability Information Book

Prevention of Oil Pollution from Ships
Chapter 1 - General
Chapter 2 - Surveys, Certificates and Oil Record Books
Chapter 3 - Control of Operational Pollution and Discharge of Oil
Chapter 4 - Segregation of Cargo Oil and Ballast Water
Chapter 5 - Requirements for Minimising Oil Pollution from Oil Tankers due to Side and Bottom Damage
Chapter 6 - Offshore Installations
Chapter 7 - Miscellaneous
Annex 1 - Summary of Plans for System Approval
Annex 2 - Equivalents allowed under Regulation 3 of Annex I of Marpol 73/78
Annex 3 - Oil like Substances (Annex II MARPOL 73/78)
Annex 4 - Substances referred to in Annex II of MARPOL 73/78
Annex 5 - Equivalent Provisions for the Carriage of Oil by a Chemical Tanker
Annex 6 - Guidance to Administrations concerning Draughts recommended for Segregated Ballast Tankers below 150 Metres in Length
Annex 7 - Guidelines for the Design, Operation and Control of Crude Oil Washing Systems, Additional to Rule Requirements
Annex 8 - Unified Interpretation Requirements for Offshore Installations for Drilling Rigs and other Platforms
Annex 9 - Guidelines for the Development of Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plans
Annex 10 - Guidelines on Surveys under the Merchant Shipping (Prevention of Oil Pollution) Regulations, 1996

Passenger Ship Construction - Classes III to VI(A)
Part I - General
Part II - Strength, Construction and Watertight Subdivision
Part III - Closing of Openings in Hulls and Watertight Bulkheads below the Bulkhead Deck
Part IV - Closing of Openings in Enclosed Superstructures and in Bulkheads above the Bulkhead Deck
Part V - Stability, Survivability and Shipside Markings
Part VI - Bilge Pumping Arrangements
Part VII - Electrical Equipment and Installations
Part VIII - Boilers and Machinery
Part IX - Miscellaneous Requirements
Part X - Miscellaneous Requirements for Ships with Special Category or Ro-Ro Cargo Spaces
Part XI - Equivalents, Penalties, Detention and Invalid Stability Information
Part XII - Passenger Accommodation
Part XIII - Annual Surveys
Appendix A - Guidance Notes for carrying out an Inclining Test
Appendix B - Heeling Tests for Passenger Ships of Classes V, VI and VI(A)
Appendix C - Buoyancy Tests for Passenger Ships of Classes V, VI and VI(A)

Appendix D - Stability Information Book
Annex I - Special Notes regarding Stability for Passenger Ships Classes III to VI(A), excluding Ro-Ro Ships
Annex II - Special Notes regarding Stability of Ro-Ro Passenger Ships of Classes III to VI(A)
Appendix E - Method of Determining the Self-Extinguishing Properties of GRP Laminates
Appendix F - A Code of Practice for Noise Levels in Ships
Appendix G - Use of Ear Protectors
Prevention of Pollution by Garbage from Ships and the Provision and Use of Port Waste Reception Facilities
Chapter 1 - Object of the Instructions
Chapter 2 - Statutory Provisions
Chapter 3 - Definitions
Chapter 4 - Application of Regulations
Chapter 5 - Exceptions
Chapter 6 - Training, Education and Information
Chapter 7 - Minimising the Amount of Potential Garbage
Chapter 8 - Shipboard Garbage Handling and Storage Procedures
Chapter 9 - Inspection of Ships
Chapter 10 - Reports of Alleged Discharges
Chapter 11 - Port Waste Management Plans
Chapter 12 - Port Waste Reception Facilities
Chapter 13 - Special Areas

Load Line
Part 1 - General Effect of the Merchant Shipping Load Lines Act 1995 Part IV and the Regulations made thereunder
Part 2 - Surveys - General Principles
Part 3 - Notes for Guidance in the Application of Schedule 2 of MSN 1701(M): Conditions of Assignment
Part 4 - Notes for Guidance in the Application of Schedule 4 of MSN 1701(M): Freeboards
Part 5 - Intact Stability and Stability in the Damaged Condition after Flooding
Part 6 - Notes for Guidance for carrying out an Inclining Test
Part 7 - Model Stability Information Booklet
Part 8 - Additional Information and Requirements relating to particular Ship Types, Cargoes and Trading Areas
Part 9 - List of Forms used in Load Line Assignment
Annex 1 - Stability Information Booklet
Survey of Lights and Signalling Equipment
Chapter 1 - General
Chapter 2 - Surveys, Reports and Fees
Chapter 3 - Lights and Shapes: General Requirements for Acceptance and Approval
Chapter 4 - The Provision of Lights On Board Ship
Chapter 5 - Electrical Systems
Chapter 6 - Sound Signals
Chapter 7 - Visual Signalling Apparatus
Appendix A - Notes on the Testing of Navigation Lights
Appendix B - Test Procedure for Ship's Whistles
Appendix C - Signalling Lamps
Appendix D - Positioning of Navigation Lights
Appendix F - Definitions and Types of Lens

Survey of Life-Saving Appliances Volume 1
Chapter 1 - General
Chapter 2 - Procedure for Surveys
Chapter 3 - Periodic Surveys of Life-Saving Appliances
Chapter 4 - Lifeboats
Chapter 5 - Rescue Boats
Chapter 6 - Inflated Boats (Non Solas Boats)
Chapter 7 - Liferafts
Chapter 8 - Marine Evacuation Systems and Means of Rescue Systems
Chapter 9 - Lifeboat and Rescue Boat Disengaging Gears and Similar Arrangements
Chapter 10 - Equipment for Lifeboats, Rescue Boats and Liferafts
Chapter 11 - Emergency Rations
Chapter 12 - Radio Equipment and Searchlights for Survival Craft
Chapter 13 - Bouyant Apparatus
Chapter 14 - Lifebuoys
Chapter 15 - Lifejackets and Attachments
Chapter 16 - Pyrotechnic Signals and Line-Throwing Appliances
Chapter 17 - Pilot Ladders and Hoists
Chapter 18 - Stowage and Launching Arrangements of Lifeboats, Rescue Boats, Inflated Boats, Liferafts and Buoyant Apparatus
Chapter 19 - Emergency Signals
Chapter 20 - Immersion Suits, Anti-Exposure Suits and Thermal Protective Aids
Chapter 21 - Training and Maintenance Manuals
Appendix A - Use and Fitting of Retro-Reflective Material on Life-Saving Appliances
Appendix B - Copy of Lifeboat/Passenger Tender Safety Certificate
Appendix C - Details of Materials which will be Accepted by the MCA for the Various Parts of Inflated Boats
Appendix D - Copy of Certificate of Manufacture of an Inflatable Liferaft
Appendix F - Guidelines and Specifications for Hyperbaric Evacuation Systems
Appendix G - A Typical Liferaft Securing Arrangement Showing the Painter, Senhouse Slip, H.R.U. and Weak Link (Serviceable Type H.R.U.)
Appendix G(i) - A Typical Liferaft Securing Arrangement Showing the Painter, Senhouse Slip, H.R.U. and Weak Link (Disposable Type H.R.U.)
Appendix H - At A Glance Guide for Classes III to VI(A) Ships
Appendix H(i) - At A Glance Guide for Classes III to VI(A) Ships
Appendix I - Liferaft Servicing Questionnaire
Appendix J - Sea Anchors - Use in Lifeboat, Rescue Boat, Inflated Boats and Liferafts
Appendix K - Copy of General Exemption for Small Passenger Ships of Class V Operating on Inland Lakes
Appendix L - Equipment Pack Contents for Liferafts as Specified in Schedule 4 Part 6 of MSN 1676
Appendix M - Copy of Pilot Ladders Check List
Appendix N - Symbols relating to Life-Saving Appliances and Arrangements
Appendix O - Natural and Synthetic Fibre Cordage for Life-Saving Appliances

Survey of Chemical Tankers
Chapter 1 - General
Chapter 2 - Ship Survival Capability and Location of Cargo Tanks
Chapter 3 - Ship Arrangements

Chapter 4 - Cargo Containment
Chapter 5 - Cargo Transfer
Chapter 6 - Materials of Construction
Chapter 7 - Cargo Temperature Control
Chapter 8 - Cargo-Tank Venting and Gas-Freeing Arrangements
Chapter 9 - Environmental Control
Chapter 10 - Electrical Installations
Chapter 11 - Fire Protection and Fire Extinction
Chapter 12 - Mechanical Ventilation in the Cargo Area
Chapter 13 - Instrumentation
Chapter 14 - Personnel Protection
Chapter 15 - Special Requirements
Chapter 16 - Operational Requirements
Chapter 16A - Additional Measures for the Protection of the Marine Environment
Chapter 17 - Future Amendments, Proposed Amendments and Related Matters
Annex A - Guidelines for Offshore Support Vessels
Annex B - Guidelines For Dumping Ships
Annex C - Guidelines for the Survey of Chemical Tankers
Annex D - Revised Standards for Design, Testing and Locating of Devices to Prevent the Passage of Flame into Cargo Tanks in Tankers
Annex E - Information on Flashpoint and Fire-Fighting Media for Chemicals to which neither the IBC Code nor the BCH Code Apply
Annex G - Recommendation on Prohibition of the Bulk Carriage of Polychlorinated Biphenyls
Survey of Life-Saving Appliances Volume 2 - Testing of Life-Saving Appliances
Chapter 1 - Lifeboats
Chapter 2 - Rescue Boats
Chapter 3 - Inflated Boats (Non Solas Boats)
Chapter 4 - Liferafts
Chapter 5 - Marine Evacuation Systems
Chapter 6 - Launching and Embarkation Appliances
Chapter 7 - Survival Craft and Rescue Boat Equipment and Fittings
Chapter 8 - Pyrotechnic Signals and Line-Throwing Appliances
Chapter 9 - Lifebuoys and Attachments
Chapter 10 - Lifejackets and Attachments
Chapter 11 - Immersion Suits, Anti-Exposure Suits and Thermal Protective Aids
Chapter 12 - Position Indicating Lights for Life-Saving Appliances
Chapter 13 - Buoyant Apparatus
Chapter 14 - Mechanical Pilot Hoists
Chapter 15 - Searchlights for Lifeboats and Rescue Boats
Annex 1 - Requirements for Proofed Fabrics Used in the Manufacture of Inflatable Liferafts
Annex 2 - Specification for Immersion Suit and Anti-Exposure Suit Materials
Merchant Shipping Navigational Equipment
Chapter 1 - General
Chapter 2 - Conduct of Inspections
Chapter 3 - Siting of Electronic Navigational Installations
Chapter 4 - Echo Sounders
Chapter 5 - Direction-Finders
Chapter 6 - Magnetic Compasses
Chapter 7 - Gyro Compasses
Chapter 8 - Radars
Chapter 9 - Speed and Distance Measuring Equipment
Chapter 10 - Rate of Turn Indicators
Appendix 1 - Notes of the Inspection of Waveguide and Microwave Co-Axial Cables
Appendix 2 - Tools, Miscellaneous Items, Measuring Instruments
Appendix 3 - Measurement of Shadow Sectors

Radio Installations on GMDSS Ships
Chapter 1 - General
Chapter 2 - Survey Arrangements
Chapter 3 - Guidelines for Survey
Chapter 4 - Maintenance
Appendix A - Certificate of Survey
Appendix B - Merchant Shipping Notice(s)
Appendix C - Power Supply Schematic
Appendix D - Power Supply Schematic
Appendix E - Power Supply Schematic
Appendix F - Power Supply Schematic
Appendix G - Power Supply Schematic
Radio Installations on Fishing Vessels
Chapter 1 - General
Chapter 2 - Radio Rules Requirements
Appendix 1 - Limits of the Area Specified in Schedule 2 to the Merchant Shipping (Radio) (Fishing Vessels) Rules 1974
Appendix 2 - Tools, Measuring Instruments, Spare Parts, etc.
Survey of Crew Accommodation in Merchant Ships
Chapter 1 - General
Chapter 2 - Instructions in relation to Specific Regulations
Chapter 3 - Miscellaneous
Annex 1 - Floor Coverings
Annex 2 - Sidescuttles and Windows
Annex 3 - Vacuum Discharge and Pipe Systems
Annex 4 - Thermostatic Mixing Valves
Annex 5 - Fresh Water Produced On Board Ship
Annex 6 - Survey of Crew Accommodation
International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention (The ISM Code)
Chapter 1 - Introduction and Background
Chapter 2 - Legislative Requirements
Chapter 3 - The Certification Process
Chapter 4 - Executing the Audit
Chapter 5 - Conduct of Verification
Chapter 6 - The ISM Code
Chapter 7 - Port State Control
Annex A
Annex I - International Safety Management (ISM) Code

Title: Surveyors Guidance (eBook)
Number of Pages: 1500
Product Code: WS1247EA
Published Date: April 2010

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