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Safe navigation at sea - Cargo ships various guideline
While planning the passage for intended voyage the safety of navigation should be accommodated in, where it is both reasonable and possible to do so, and the requirement to maintain schedules should not override the practices of good seamanship.
Precaution for Safety Navigation of Container ships
Maintaining stability in Container Ship Operation
Hull stress and Torsional moment in Container Ship Operation
Larger wind area in Container Ship Operation
Fore-ward Visibility in Container Ship Operation
Container Ship navigation - Meeting with Heavy weather
Additionally Read our article on
Container Ship navigation - passage planning guideline
Navigational guidance for watch officers onboard cargo ship
Navigation in cold districts and countermeasures
Stability and hull strength check item for cargo ships
Ship Encountering Parametric Roll In A Seaway
Action by vessels navigating in congested water
Action by vessels navigating in an area of restricted visibility
How to confirm stabilty condition ?
How to maintain watertight integrity?
Heavy weather countermeasures for prudent navigator
How to navigate vessel safely in heavy seas ?
Meeting rough sea conditions by containerships
Checklist for calculating stability and hull strength for cargo ship
More shipboard operation and safety matters
Safe anchoring - planning and operational guidance for cargo ships
Anchor watch check item - deck officers guideline
How to deal with a damaged anchor?
How to recover a lost anchor ?
What is stranding ? Investigation of possibility of self-refloating and urgency of danger
What are the emergency procedures for loss of anchor and chain?
Ships arrival in ports - check item prior entry
Ships navigation in restricted visibility check items
Rules of ships navigation in restricted visibility
Ships navigation in confined water - matters that require attention
Securing your vessel for sea passage - when to check and what to check
Our additional pages contain somewhat larger lists of resources where you can find useful informations
- Seaworthiness for cargo ship, international navigational condition & procedure for Insurance claim
Insurance premiums amount to a very large proportion of the ship’s running costs. Whilst the owner insures his ship against certain risks and may present a claim which will recuperate at least part of his losses, the effect of submitting many claims will have the effect of increasing the insurance premiums for the next year. It is therefore in everyone’s interest to ensure that risks are not taken, that the ship operates safely and that accidents and incidents are avoided....
- Preventing pollution at sea & ballast water management system
The purpose of the Ballast Water Management System is to minimize the transfer of Non-indigenous harmful aquatic organisms and pathogens from one area to another (arrival port) through the ship’s ballast water system. Invasive marine species are one of the four greatest threats to the world’s oceans.
- Ships bunkering operation safety guideline
The operation of cargo ships bunkering involved many hazards. There are many check items that should be complied with to ensure a safe working atmosphere....Read more.....
- Detecting fire and extinguish at an early stage
Fire detection and extinguishing at a very early stage is most important as most big fires start small. At least the following matters are to be considered:
- Cargo and ballast handling safety procedure
Cargo and ballast operation plans shall be carefully prepared and monitored on board. Such plans take the following into consideration and are verified by Superintendents during ship visits...Read more.....
- Procedure for storing, collecting & disposing ship generated garbage
Collection and separation are to be carried out according to the procedures laid down in this Garbage Management Plan. Garbage collection points (receptacles) are to be established in the following areas galley, pantry,smoke rooms,all cabins,hospital,bridge,laundry,ships office,ECR,E/R workshop , near incinerator,purifier room,generator,paint room, etc. Read more.....
- Safety in engine room - Preventing machinery space hazards
Merchant Shipping regulations require every dangerous part of a ship's machinery to be securely guarded unless it is so positioned or constructed that it is as safe as if it were securely guarded or is otherwise safeguarded. Read more.....
- Common items for elementary basic safety familiarization
The person designated by the Master as trainer shall train the new crew member in the following areas using the ship’s Muster Lists, SOLAS Training Manual, Fire Safety Operational Booklet and other relevant documents and publications.Read more.....
- Ships motion at sea and required precautions
Ships are affected by movement in six degrees of freedom; rolling, pitching, heaving, swaying, surging and yawing. Of these, rolling, pitching and heaving generate the highest forces during heavy weather. Read more.....
- Stress and Stability Calculation ,draft , trim & free surface effect
The Master shall ensure that the conditions of stability, hull strength, draft and trim of the vessel at sea and on arrival / departure at / from port and during loading / unloading cargo, bunkering and water ballast exchange, have been worked out, to secure safety of the vessel. He shall confirm the safety of the vessel by proper GM, stress and other factors as being within appropriate Limits.Read more.....
- Passage planning requirement for safe navigation at sea
Before proceeding to sea, the Master shall carefully check the Passage Plan, made after receiving the voyage instruction from the Charterer or the Company. Read more.....
- Safe anchoring practice
Anchoring into "Deep water" which is defined depth of water is beyond 50 meter, must be carried out with "Walk-back Style, however, on the VLCC operation there exists such a big inertia, Master can treat with Walking-back style even in the anchorage where water depth less than 50m, if following conditions are to be forecasted.
Other info pages !
Ships Charterparties Related terms & guideline
Stevedores injury How to prevent injury onboard
Environmental issues How to prevent marine pollution
Cargo & Ballast Handling Safety Guideline
Reefer cargo handling Troubleshoot and countermeasures
DG cargo handling Procedures & Guidelines
Safety in engine room Standard procedures
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