Maritime Quality Assurance

Safety Condition Elements Participants

Vessel

Vessel Manager

Captain

Staff Captain

Chief Engineer

Staff Chief Engineer

Name of Inspectors

Name and Signature of the inspector/Master responsible for the inspection
BRM Indicators

Briefings

Timing of the Briefing

Checklist Used

Quality of Briefings

Open and Interactive

BRM Functions

Suitable Rotation of functions

QM’s engaged and involved?

Bridge Man Levels

Manning Levels planned in advance?

Unplanned manning change executed as per BRM?

Pilot

Checklist used for the exchange ?

Interaction with Pilot

Communications

Consistent use of English in Green Manning

Consistent use of English in Red Manning

Appropriate use of Closed Loop?

Thinking aloud (PRO) and PACE

Take Over the Watch

Checklist and communication techniques used as per BRMM?

Briefing at start of watch (includes QMs) is consistent?

ECR briefed accordingly?

Debriefings

Checklist used ?

Quality of de-briefing

Open and interactive?

Bridge Condition

Is access controlled?

Are distractions kept to a minimum?

Use of Checklists

Checklists used on Arrival?

Checklists used on Departure?

Checklists used taking over the watch in port or at anchor?

Other MAR checklists used as required?

BRM/ERM

Bridge and ECR interaction

MAR procedures

Voyage planning standards - Environmental Checks *MAR-1301

ECDIS/INS use *MAR-1303

Stability procedures (inc. weekly soundings, uptodate stability book, closed loop orders) *MAR-1501

Watchkeeping

Daywork officers keep a watch per HESS-MS?

Drills

Are drills objectively graded?

Standard of touch drills

Records

Maneuvering log used correctly?

Compass error/deviation records in accordance with requirements?

VDR

Is VDR review process being completed as per MAR 1302?

Any issues with VDR: Particulary Audio quality & download ability. If yes pls add specifics in Exec Summary

Mooring Deck

Condition of Fwd & Aft Mooring Decks

LSA

Condition of LSA equipment

International Shore Connection

Good condition and Tools in place?

Photographs of Observed Conditions
ERM Indicators

Briefing

All relevant personnel present / included

Aide Memoire used effectively

Open and Interactive

Risk factors & Critical points identified & discussed

Debriefing

Timing of the debriefing

All relevant personnel present / included

Aide Memoire used effectively

Open and Interactive

Positive outcomes identified and discussed

Learning Opportunities identified and discussed

Focus on improvements and next actions

Manning Levels & Change flow

Manning Levels planned in advance. Schedule of BRM-ERM pre-planned manning level changes posted in ECR

Risk factors considered - Discussed and explained at the briefing

Manning level changes executed as per ERMM

CE, plus Full Eng & Bridge Ops teams made aware of changes

ERM Functions

Understanding, Assigning & Execution of Functions as per ERMM

Ops team Functions in place as per ERMM

Communication

Use of the working language – Consistency

Consistency of Closed loop communication (Clear, Crisp, Concise)

Consistent team updating – Full Ops Team Situational Awareness

Verbal communication: K.I.S.S. (Keep It Short and Simple)

Thinking aloud: P.R.O. (Plan-Reason-Outcome) = Verbalizing

P.A.C.E. (Probe-Alert-Challenge-Emergency )

S.B.A.R. (Situation-Background-Assessment-Recommendation)

Use of Proper Equipment ( UHF Radio and Headset)

Situation report - SITREP

All relevant personnel present / included

Focused & Interactive. S A Understanding & Suggestions included

Clear Strategy; Goals & Actions

ECR Condition

Changes Fully Communicated appropriately?

ECR Access controlled as per ERMM?

Distractions kept to a minimum?

Take over procedure

Timing of the takeover pertinent

Checklist and ERM communication techniques used

All Relevant personnel present

Watch Rating involved

Comprehensive "Take over " completed

Confirm formal "take of charge"

General use of checklists - aide memoire

Checklist used on Arrival

Checklists used on Departure

Checklists used for Watch Takeover

Briefing Aide Memoire

De-Briefing Aide Memoire

E.Log in Used

E.C.R. Situation board

Corporate Standard (Neptune Platform)

Updated regularly

Populated properly

Technical meeting

Are Daily meeting conducted?

Are monthly meetings conducted?

Are monthly meetings minutes documented?

Planning

CE or designated deputy attends the Voyage Planning.

CE or designated deputy participation in Pre-Departure/Arrival brief?

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Mooring Stations and Lines

Mooring Stations and Lines

Lines married correctly and taut, rat guards rigged

General state of mooring deck / any combustible material?

Clear identification of safe / snap back zones (poster)?

Is access controlled in port?

State of ropes, monkey fists (weighted bags), heaving lines

Use of PPE and general deck crew safety awareness (hard hats with chin strap?)

Towing plan is available and relevant equipment including Bollards marked up

SWL stickers/color code applied to lifting points?

Are there any high pressure bottles stored on the stations? are lashed and secured properly

Emergency procedures / contingency plan in place if anchor brake/pneumatic brake should not hold?

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Fire Barriers

Structural fire protection -fire screen doors

Do fire screen doors Close correctly are they Clearly marked.

Check for repetitive malfunctions of same nature.

Are doors Corrosion or damage

Is Maintenance and testing performed according to PMS and/or regulatory requirements.
Record of testing. Check for history of malfunction associated to the same door if applicable.
Door(s) of critical boundary found in need of substantial repairs.

Remote closing of fire screen doors

Check indicators and time before all are closed

Penetrations / Fire Insulations

Condition of insulation and penetrations/missing insulation of critical boundaries

A-60 bulkheads integrity(critical boundaries)

Bulkheads surrounding engine spaces including switchboard room and casing, galleys, main and crew laundry, incinerator room and main vertical zone division and Muster stations have A-60 insulation.

Fire Dampers

Do all fire dampers Close correctly / Clearly marked

Do dampers exhibit Corrosion or damage

Malfunction of dampers fitted in critical boundaries. Indicator lights in each local control station (Working properly).

Record of systematic testing and maintenance.

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Fixed Extinguishing Systems

CO2 System

Condition of Bottles, hoses, valves, lines and diffusers(Vibration can make bottles rotate and tighten/tear hoses) Check for leakage & corrosion

Posted instructions matches actual operation

Keeping of associated records of maintenance and testing, identify malfunctions (If any) that may jeopardize its efficient deployment and use as suppression system

Hi Fog System

Condition of valves, diffusers, lines & nozzles Main and isolating valves-operation, leakage & corrosion
Pumps & emergency pump-operation, Check for condition, corrosion & leakage

Keeping of associated records of maintenance and testing, identify malfunctions (If any) that may jeopardize its efficient deployment and use as suppression system.

Maintenance and testing performed according to PMS or regulatory requirements.
Sprinkler/Hi-fog stations found in good condition (spare heads)

Dry / Wet Sprinkler System

Condition of valves, lines & nozzles. Main and isolating valves-operation, leakage & corrosion
Pumps & emergency pump-operation, condition & leakage.

Dry sprinkler: Location of valve makes operation easy?
Keeping of associated records of maintenance and testing, identify malfunctions (If any) that may jeopardize its efficient deployment and use as suppression system.

Maintenance and testing performed according to PMS or regulatory requirements. Sprinkler stations found in good condition (spare heads)

Fire Pumps Lines and Section Valves

Condition of valves, lines & nozzles. Main and isolating valves-operation, leakage & corrosion

Pumps & emergency pump-operation, condition & leakage

Keeping of associated records of maintenance and testing, identify malfunctions (If any) that may jeopardize its efficient deployment and use as suppression system.

Are instructions Posted

Hose stations hydrants and nozzles

Condition of cabinet, hydrants, valves, lines, hoses & nozzles? Check for leakage & corrosion Markings and instructions
Spanners (correct type) Nozzle not stuck, but operates (spray & concentrated flow) Hydrants not stuck

Are Hoses connected

Keeping of associated records of maintenance and testing, identify malfunctions (If any) that may jeopardize its efficient deployment and use as suppression system.

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Portable Extinguishing Systems

Handheld Extinguishers

Appropriate for type of materials in available location

Inspected monthly & annually, keeping of associated records of maintenance and testing

General condition of fire extinguishers, identify malfunctions (If any) that may jeopardize its efficient deployment and use
Check that appropriate number of spares are available

Wheeled Extinguisher

Appropriate for type of materials available

Inspected monthly & annually, keeping of associated records of maintenance and testing

General condition of fire extinguishers, identify malfunctions (If any) that may jeopardize its efficient deployment and use

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Fire Detection Systems

Detectors and Manual call points

Function test detector heads, manual call points and alarms, Search for malfunction of fire detectors

Maintenance and testing performed according to PMS or Regulatory requirements and keeping of associated records of maintenance and testing. Review records of systematic testing.

Check for history of malfunction associated to the same detector if applicable.

Main Detection Panels and Faults

Check Function test control panel

Records of systematic testing

Maintenance and testing performed according to PMS or Regulatory requirements and keeping of associated records of maintenance and testing.

Observe how faults are dealt with. Are company procedures followed?

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Upper & Open Decks

Overall state of preservation of upper / open deck

Any issues with doors onto upper / open decks – are they functioning correctly?

Any major areas of corrosion / pipe brackets?

Boat Deck area clear of grease and oil?

Any procedure in place for heavy weather/ strong winds?

Paint store properly ventilated / locked when not in use?

Any unlashed “heavy objects” near passengers (mobile bars/counters, stacks of sun-chairs, etc.)?

Emergency escape signs clearly visible?

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Lifeboats

Equipment and Operation

Condition of boats and their equipment including bilge inspection
Pay particular attention to condition and operation of release system, if release wire is positioned inside the bilges, check for corrosion on release cable.

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Instructions posted and in good condition

Documentation for service & testing of hooks & release gear

Engine starting records? Full fuel tank?

Equipment in accordance with MAR 1401
1. Emergency steering?
2. Tender FF procedures?

Compasses checked on a regular basis?

Launching Arrangements

Condition and Operation of launching davits, condition of: Winches, brakes, wires, limit switches, bowsing tackles, tracing pendants, rollers, structural foundations, drip trays, Nitrogen bottles, hydraulic system, oil levels, piping, accumulators, manometers, gauges, valves, Check for corrosion in low areas exposed to weather

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Wire certificates, service documentation by authorized service provider.

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Liferafts

Equipment and Operations

Condition of rafts

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Documentation for service & testing of rafts

Instructions posted and in good condition

Launching Arrangements

Condition and Operation of launching davits, winches, brakes, wires, limit switches, structural foundations, Weak Links, Hydrostatic release units, lashing and shackles

Check for corrosion in low areas exposed to weather

Check condition of equipment to launch multiple liferafts at the same station (tackles, winch, rollers, lashing)

Documentation for service & testing of hooks, hydrostatic release.

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Wire certificates, service documentation by authorized service provider.

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Rescue Boats

Launching Arrangements

Condition and Operation of launching davits, winches, brakes, wires, limit switches, structural foundations, Weak Links, Hydrostatic release units, lashing and shackles

Check for corrosion in low areas exposed to weather

Check condition of equipment to launch multiple liferafts at the same station (tackles, winch, rollers, lashing)

Documentation for service & testing of hooks, hydrostatic release.

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Wire certificates, service documentation by authorized service provider.

Rescue boats equipped with AIS transponders?

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Muster Stations

Equipment and Operations

Crew assigned certified and good knowledge

Updated boards and manifests

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Instructions posted and in good condition

Muster Station equipment (boxes) readily accessible / ready to use / equipment checks recorded?

Routes and Signage

Condition of signs and no obstructed access routes or muster stations.

Secondary muster station locations

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Other Lifesaving Appliances

Lifejackets

Lifejackets types, quantity, condition, lights, whistle, reflective tape, cleanliness
Extension straps, Expiration date of light

Storing containers / stores

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Lifebuoys & lights

Condition and markings

Expiry date of light/smoke signals

Not obstructed launching

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Survival Suits

Condition and markings

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Pyrotechnics & line throwing devices

Number, condition and expiry date

Appropriately attached to Lifebuoys & lights

Launching not obstructed (bridge wings)

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Materials Storage

Store rooms/Stacking & Storage

Areas clean & in good order

Adequate securing arrangements as per applicable procedure, Documentation in place as per requirement

Shelves & racks not overloaded / Stored below line

Chemicals & Paints

Paints only stored in paint locker with fixed fire extinguishing system

Chemicals stored in secure area / PPE available

Warning signs and handling instructions available

Hazardous chemicals adequately separated to avoid incompatibility reactions

Compressed gases

Stored upright and secured. Turned off when not in use.

Segregated by contents and clearly marked

Caps in place and hand tight

Stored away from heat sources, inspected for dents, corrosion, test records

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Escape Ways

Low Location lighting

Condition and location

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Corridors and Alleyways

Clean and tidy, and Clear of material

Clearly marked

Clear and unobstructed

Stairs and staircases

No storing of materials

Clearly marked

Clear and unobstructed

Good lighting

Emergency Exits

Clearly marked

Clear and unobstructed

Doors function and condition

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Emergency Power Supply

Emergency Diesel Generator

Local Fuel tank full, gauge working

Cleanliness and condition

Crew knowledge and competence

Tools available / spare parts available - in room or adjecent space

Sufficient fuel, Function start (under simulated load or idling)

General condition of the Em. Gen. Room (cleanliness, no rugs)

Test of Emergency Air Compressor

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per OEM and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

ADG/Additional Diesel Generator

Local Fuel tank filled, gauge working

Cleanliness and condition

Crew knowledge and competence

Verify plans and capability to connect and replace Emergency Diesel Generator.

Condition of cables and connection points

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per OEM and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Emergency Batteries

Condition and charging level

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per OEM and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Other Machinery and Equipment

Hydraulic System

General condition and maintenance / Leakage

Electrical Systems / hazards

General condition and maintenance

Machine tools & guarding

General condition and maintenance

Not authorized alteration / Missing guards

Mobile Equipment

General condition and maintenance

Not un-authorized alterations

Securing while at sea

Lifting / Hoisting Equipment

General condition and maintenance

SWL clearly marked

Certified / Five yearly full inspection & load test

Annual inspection

Condition of wires and ropes

Ventilation System

Ducting, filters and screen in good condition* (In general)

Filters and screen of ventilation machine are clean

Laundry ducts – Laundry ceiling space above panels - Dryers machines - Mangler machines are clean and lint free

Guest and crew launderette ducts and dryers are clean and lint free, report any excess of lint.

Linen room ventilation ducts and filters* are clean and lint free

Grease accumulation in ducts and dampers of galleys and cooking areas, conditions of Halton hood nozzles of galleys and cooking areas, accumulation of dust* in the air conditioning ducts & diffusers.

Photographs of Observed Conditions
General Appearance and Condition - Cleanliness

Bilges

General condition and maintenance

Clean and tidy, Well lighted.

Large pools of oil on tank top, engine foundations, foundations of purifier modules, boiler burner front, viscosity modules

Pipe Insulation

General condition and maintenance

Oil soaked pipe insulation especially around fuel/lub oil strainers, purifiers, viscosity modules, boiler burner fronts, diesel generators

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Machinery Space and Boilers

Machinery Spaces

General condition and maintenance

Safety system and shut downs

Storage of (heavy) items as per OHS1118?

Spaces fitted with proper fire-fighting equipment

State of flame detectors on OFB/Incinerator burners

H2S sensor function and crew response to an alarm

Insulation state on ER spaces and fan rooms

All lifting points / pad eyes are marked with SWL stickers/color code?

Bilge maintenance (Rust, debris, oil)?

Foam applicators in ER spaces have : 20l tank, nozzle, main fire connection, spare tank as per MSC.217(82)?

Spray Guards

General condition and maintenance

Latest change/test of flexible hoses and pipes on FO/LO pipe as per TEC-1301?

Approved type fitted?

Leakage / Lack of spray guards/splash tapes on flanges

Engines Hot Spots: Engine manifolds, turbo charger and exhaust piping, boiler burner front and exhaust piping, steam pipes.

General condition and maintenance

Latest hot spot survey (TEC-1301)? Follow up?

Check records of monthly thermography readings

Review adequate actions to mitigate any hot spot in excess of 220 degrees C (Work orders + action plan in place, documented)

Photographs of Observed Conditions
HMP and Bridge administration

HESS

HESS MS structure understood and knowledge of HMP procedures?

HSC/HAT meetings held and recorded (separate folder for company replies)

HMP 1104 HESS Round documentation acc. process?

HMP 1300 series well understood / open Audit points reviewed regularly

Relevant contact numbers for port authorities / agents?

Bridge

WTD Training and Assessment administered correctly?

Sufficient knowledge of Officers how to secure VDR data? (knowledge where to find the hardware)?

Agreement made in what situations an emergency backup should be started? (is there any Masters Order overriding?)

MAR 1104 “List of required Log Book Entries” available and used?

Talkback working sufficiently (loud and clear)?

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Bridge Equipment

Navigation & Radio Equipment

General condition and maintenance

Nautical charts, Publications & Voyage Plan

Chart edition and corrections

Electronic charts use

Publications corrected and up to date editions.

Verify that all defined publications are onboard

Voyage plans not prepared as per procedure, check amended plans and not performing according to functions of bridge team (including co-navigator, etc.)

Recording Equipment (VDR etc.)

Voyage Data Recorder

Course recorder

Echo sounder

Pitch/Engine recorder

NACOS recording

General condition, maintenance & testing done

GMDSS & Radio Equipment

General condition, maintenance & testing done Check logbook

Steering Arrangements

Leakage & condition in steering gear room & bridge

Emergency operating instructions

Failure alarms

Proof of Officer’s knowledge of Emergency Steering Procedure

Emergency Transponders

EPIRB & SARTS and Radar Transponders

Function test

Expiry date of battery

Radars, Compasses and Navigational Aids

General condition, maintenance & testing done

Compass calibration (gyro and magnetic)

Navigational Lights, shapes and sound signals As required by regulations

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Voyage Planning & Chart / Publication upkeep

As per MAR 1301 – use of company checklists (A2 Planning CL, A3 UKC,…, A4 VSP, A8 Risk Assessment?)

Use and understanding of MAR 1301 A3 (calculation sheet) – newly updated!

Voyage Plan Portfolio complete MAR 1301 A4 (paper or electronic) / information gathered in one folder and not in various locations.

RA carried out for areas without sufficient information

2nd person check done. Waypoint list signed by Master?

Voyage plan / track uploaded to Back up ECDIS?

Check ECDIS / paper chart / publication correction status

MAR 1303 A1 used to define Alarm management?

Guide to Voyage Planning used MAR 1301 A7?

Check Radio Navigational warnings and T&P notices

Weekly correction records retained

Monthly folio report and audit conducted & report made

Monthly Nautical Meeting held and recorded?

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Certificates and Plans

Vessel Statutory Certificates & Exemptions

All required certificates up to date

All exemptions up to date

Officer & Crew Certificates

Officers & Crew certificates valid

Flag state endorsements valid

Muster list & Emergency Instructions

Adequately posted, Updated

Plans & Drawings

Adequately posted

Updated with formal approval of changes

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Watertight Integrity and Stability

Freeboard and Draft marks

All visible and clearly marked

Clearly visible Plimsoll mark and as per load line certificate, Plimsoll mark not submerged in any port

Watertight Doors / Semi / Splash Doors

General condition and up keeping

Close correctly, with appropriate signals

Remote indications working

All 4 ways of closing working: Closing by electrical switch/handle by door
Manual pumping by door, Remote closing from the bridge working

Manual pump stations for each zone inspected and tested
Tightness, packing, dogs, clamps

Properly painted

Watertight Doors Management At Sea, Kept closed as per procedure
Operated according to Company and regulatory procedures

Watertight Bulkheads, Progressive flooding

Cross flooding arrangement, Down flooding arrangement

Integrity of watertight bulkheads (penetrations & corrosion)

Engine room sounding pipes from bottom tanks are all closed properly to prevent progressive flooding if grounding

Stability

Stability records including NAPA stability computer

Tank soundings readily available

Back up PC/Software available?

Departure Stability calculated at departure?

Liquid Management Orders published by appointed stability officer?

Unknown DWTs recorded (and company informed if values exceed 1.5% of LWT (lightweight)

Shoreside point of Contact posted close to PC?

Stores and provisions updated daily?

Draught Survey completed every 3 months (local salinity considered)?

Stability test carried out every 6 months (+back up)?

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Pollution Prevention and Response

Oily Water Separator

General condition and cleanliness

Maintenance in accordance with company policies

Testing in accordance with company policy

Integrity and functioning

Signs of any tampering

White Box

General condition and cleanliness

Maintenance in accordance with company policies

Testing in accordance with company policy

Integrity and functioning

Signs of any tampering

SOPEP Plan

Easily Available

Up to date contact information

Formal approval

Environmental Compliance

Environmental Documentation

ORB & Daily sounding log entries reflecting direct measurements at any start and stop of processing operation? - ENV-1201

Portable Pump Log maintained properly filled - ENV-1203

Is the OTSI Log maintained and properly filled? - ENV-1202

Is the Bilge Water & Sludge Management Plan complete - ENV-1041 section 2.1.1

If any modifications have been carried out on bilge system, confirmed changed on drawing and approved - ENV-1011 section 2.4.2

ECN’s available and being utilized by technical team?

Review the ECP Vulnerability Assessment and ensure easily available ? - ENV-1014

Environmental Officer Documentation

Is IOPP Certificate incl. Form A accurate and correct in comparison with Bilge Water Drawings?

Is the Monthly Environmental Self Assessment submitted to shore? - ENV-1008 A1

Is the weekly Environmental Compliance Report submitted to the Master and Ch Eng? - ENV-1008 A3

Is the Carnival Compliance & Ethics Hotline tested quarterly? - ENV-1008 section 2.4.6

OWS equipment Maintenance

Is the equipment maintenance up to date? - ENV-1011 section 2.4.3

Are the critical sectiones on board as per ENV-1011 section 2.4.3?

Operational

Is the Bilge System operable in any emergency as per SOLAS requirements? - ENV-1204 section 2.1.3

Is any possibility of diluting processed bilge water controlled? - ENV-1204 ECN#9

Are seals (ECT) capable of breaking in any case of valve operation without restricting the valve to open? - ENV-1204

Is the static OWS performance okay and have you observed a operational check? - ENV-1201 section 2.7.1

Is the centrifugal OWS performance okay and have you observed a operational check? - ENV-1201 section 2.7.1

Is the BCDB operating reliable and have you observed an overboard discharge? - ENV-1201

Are all critical connections identified in the critical connection list? - ENV-1204

Engine Space Walk Around

Randomly check if Bilge Water Processing Drawing matches the current on-board system? - ENV-1011 section 2.3

Randomly ask crew members including plumbers to confirm relevant to rank knowledge of new ENV requirements? - TRG-2302

Are waste stream processed in accordance with ENV procedures / requirements ? - ENV-1101

Are the crew aware of "No modifications to any waste water processing systems without correct approval" ? - ECN#8

Are the crew aware of and understand the importance of ECN's ? - ECN#1

ECN posters “Reporting” + “Do’s & Don'ts” posted?

View 10 random items that are controlled (from forward to aft) in the engine room?

EGCS

Does the C/E review the compliance computer data and oversee the documentation - ENV-1102 section 3.2

Environmental Onboard Training

Is there clear signs of onboard ENV training & understanding for the engine team? - ENV-1008 section 2.4.1.5 & ENV-1011 section 2.1

Does the crew know the definition of bilge water? - ENV-1201

Environmental Officer Specific

Can the EO define the Bilge water processing operation flow from the bilge well to Overboard? - ENV-1008

Can the EO describe the operation of a Centrifugal Oily Water Separator? - ENV-1008

Can the EO describe the operation of a Static Oily Water Separator? - ENV-1008

Has the EO received the Annual Corporate EO training prior to embarkation of the vessel? - ENV-1008 section 2.1

Has the EO been provided with a technical training qualification card for operation of pollution prevention equipment specific to the ship? - ENV-1008 section 2.1

Can the EO describe and show understanding of any waste water processing stream leading to an overboard discharge? - ENV-1008 section 2.4.1.3

Does the EO have understanding of systems which have control (lock & Seals) - ENV-1204 A1

Environmental Chief Engineer Specific

Is the C/E assessing EO´s technical competency and is completion of the EO qualification card verified by the Master? - ENV-1011 section 2.1

Is the C/E keeping the Technical Files of the Main Engines up to date as per MARPOL Annex 6 Regulation 13? - ENV-1011 section 2.7

Is sludge being dewatered on your vessel? If YES , How ?

Discuss Environmental officer technical familiarisation & training - ENV-1011 section 2.1

Are there any challenges to keep your vessel in technical compliance with all HESS ENV procedures?

Review process for unused and used ECP seals are controlled - ENV-1011

Review CCTV coverage of the OWS and OCM’s and where these are recorded - DER-2002

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Hazard Controls

Work Permit System

Filled out correctly

Adequately used

Deviation from internal procedures

Warning / Hazard Control System

Proper notices in dangerous places

Signs & tags according to regulation or Company instruction

Work & Rest Hours Compliance

Filled out correctly

Adequately used

Deviation from internal procedures

Check all duty deck & engine officers

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Guest Muster and Crew Drill

Drill Proficiency

Guest mustering done in line with company standard and expectations.

No bars open serving guests during the drill.

Announcements made as per company procedures.

No sales items obstructing the passageways during the drills.

If crew drill while at sea, the crew knows to make corridors safe and secure loose items (gift shop tables / art auctioneers / room stewards).

Crew drills completed in accordance with company policies and expectations. All necessary drills done in accordance with SMS schedule.

All crew not participating to drill are on excuse list, and make up drills for crew on excuse lists are done in accordance with company policies.

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Area's Inspected Deck
Deck Department Categories Inspected
Area's Inspected Engine
Engine Department Categories Inspected

Operational Quality Assurance - duplicate

Safety Condition Elements Participants

Vessel

Vessel Manager

Captain

Staff Captain

Chief Engineer

Staff Chief Engineer

Name of Inspectors

Name and Signature of the inspector/Master responsible for the inspection
BRM Indicators

Briefings

Timing of the Briefing

Checklist Used

Quality of Briefings

Open and Interactive

BRM Functions

Suitable Rotation of functions

QM’s engaged and involved?

Bridge Man Levels

Manning Levels planned in advance?

Unplanned manning change executed as per BRM?

Pilot

Checklist used for the exchange ?

Interaction with Pilot

Communications

Consistent use of English in Green Manning

Consistent use of English in Red Manning

Appropriate use of Closed Loop?

Thinking aloud (PRO) and PACE

Take Over the Watch

Checklist and communication techniques used as per BRMM?

Briefing at start of watch (includes QMs) is consistent?

ECR briefed accordingly?

Debriefings

Checklist used ?

Quality of de-briefing

Open and interactive?

Bridge Condition

Is access controlled?

Are distractions kept to a minimum?

Use of Checklists

Checklists used on Arrival?

Checklists used on Departure?

Checklists used taking over the watch in port or at anchor?

Other MAR checklists used as required?

BRM/ERM

Bridge and ECR interaction

MAR procedures

Voyage planning standards - Environmental Checks *MAR-1301

ECDIS/INS use *MAR-1303

Stability procedures (inc. weekly soundings, uptodate stability book, closed loop orders) *MAR-1501

Watchkeeping

Daywork officers keep a watch per HESS-MS?

Drills

Are drills objectively graded?

Standard of touch drills

Records

Maneuvering log used correctly?

Compass error/deviation records in accordance with requirements?

VDR

Is VDR review process being completed as per MAR 1302?

Any issues with VDR: Particulary Audio quality & download ability. If yes pls add specifics in Exec Summary

Mooring Deck

Condition of Fwd & Aft Mooring Decks

LSA

Condition of LSA equipment

International Shore Connection

Good condition and Tools in place?

Photographs of Observed Conditions
ERM Indicators

Briefing

All relevant personnel present / included

Aide Memoire used effectively

Open and Interactive

Risk factors & Critical points identified & discussed

Debriefing

Timing of the debriefing

All relevant personnel present / included

Aide Memoire used effectively

Open and Interactive

Positive outcomes identified and discussed

Learning Opportunities identified and discussed

Focus on improvements and next actions

Manning Levels & Change flow

Manning Levels planned in advance. Schedule of BRM-ERM pre-planned manning level changes posted in ECR

Risk factors considered - Discussed and explained at the briefing

Manning level changes executed as per ERMM

CE, plus Full Eng & Bridge Ops teams made aware of changes

ERM Functions

Understanding, Assigning & Execution of Functions as per ERMM

Ops team Functions in place as per ERMM

Communication

Use of the working language – Consistency

Consistency of Closed loop communication (Clear, Crisp, Concise)

Consistent team updating – Full Ops Team Situational Awareness

Verbal communication: K.I.S.S. (Keep It Short and Simple)

Thinking aloud: P.R.O. (Plan-Reason-Outcome) = Verbalizing

P.A.C.E. (Probe-Alert-Challenge-Emergency )

S.B.A.R. (Situation-Background-Assessment-Recommendation)

Use of Proper Equipment ( UHF Radio and Headset)

Situation report - SITREP

All relevant personnel present / included

Focused & Interactive. S A Understanding & Suggestions included

Clear Strategy; Goals & Actions

ECR Condition

Changes Fully Communicated appropriately?

ECR Access controlled as per ERMM?

Distractions kept to a minimum?

Take over procedure

Timing of the takeover pertinent

Checklist and ERM communication techniques used

All Relevant personnel present

Watch Rating involved

Comprehensive "Take over " completed

Confirm formal "take of charge"

General use of checklists - aide memoire

Checklist used on Arrival

Checklists used on Departure

Checklists used for Watch Takeover

Briefing Aide Memoire

De-Briefing Aide Memoire

E.Log in Used

E.C.R. Situation board

Corporate Standard (Neptune Platform)

Updated regularly

Populated properly

Technical meeting

Are Daily meeting conducted?

Are monthly meetings conducted?

Are monthly meetings minutes documented?

Planning

CE or designated deputy attends the Voyage Planning.

CE or designated deputy participation in Pre-Departure/Arrival brief?

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Mooring Stations and Lines

Mooring Stations and Lines

Lines married correctly and taut, rat guards rigged

General state of mooring deck / any combustible material?

Clear identification of safe / snap back zones (poster)?

Is access controlled in port?

State of ropes, monkey fists (weighted bags), heaving lines

Use of PPE and general deck crew safety awareness (hard hats with chin strap?)

Towing plan is available and relevant equipment including Bollards marked up

SWL stickers/color code applied to lifting points?

Are there any high pressure bottles stored on the stations? are lashed and secured properly

Emergency procedures / contingency plan in place if anchor brake/pneumatic brake should not hold?

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Fire Barriers

Structural fire protection -fire screen doors

Do fire screen doors Close correctly are they Clearly marked.

Check for repetitive malfunctions of same nature.

Are doors Corrosion or damage

Is Maintenance and testing performed according to PMS and/or regulatory requirements.
Record of testing. Check for history of malfunction associated to the same door if applicable.
Door(s) of critical boundary found in need of substantial repairs.

Remote closing of fire screen doors

Check indicators and time before all are closed

Penetrations / Fire Insulations

Condition of insulation and penetrations/missing insulation of critical boundaries

A-60 bulkheads integrity(critical boundaries)

Bulkheads surrounding engine spaces including switchboard room and casing, galleys, main and crew laundry, incinerator room and main vertical zone division and Muster stations have A-60 insulation.

Fire Dampers

Do all fire dampers Close correctly / Clearly marked

Do dampers exhibit Corrosion or damage

Malfunction of dampers fitted in critical boundaries. Indicator lights in each local control station (Working properly).

Record of systematic testing and maintenance.

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Fixed Extinguishing Systems

CO2 System

Condition of Bottles, hoses, valves, lines and diffusers(Vibration can make bottles rotate and tighten/tear hoses) Check for leakage & corrosion

Posted instructions matches actual operation

Keeping of associated records of maintenance and testing, identify malfunctions (If any) that may jeopardize its efficient deployment and use as suppression system

Hi Fog System

Condition of valves, diffusers, lines & nozzles Main and isolating valves-operation, leakage & corrosion
Pumps & emergency pump-operation, Check for condition, corrosion & leakage

Keeping of associated records of maintenance and testing, identify malfunctions (If any) that may jeopardize its efficient deployment and use as suppression system.

Maintenance and testing performed according to PMS or regulatory requirements.
Sprinkler/Hi-fog stations found in good condition (spare heads)

Dry / Wet Sprinkler System

Condition of valves, lines & nozzles. Main and isolating valves-operation, leakage & corrosion
Pumps & emergency pump-operation, condition & leakage.

Dry sprinkler: Location of valve makes operation easy?
Keeping of associated records of maintenance and testing, identify malfunctions (If any) that may jeopardize its efficient deployment and use as suppression system.

Maintenance and testing performed according to PMS or regulatory requirements. Sprinkler stations found in good condition (spare heads)

Fire Pumps Lines and Section Valves

Condition of valves, lines & nozzles. Main and isolating valves-operation, leakage & corrosion

Pumps & emergency pump-operation, condition & leakage

Keeping of associated records of maintenance and testing, identify malfunctions (If any) that may jeopardize its efficient deployment and use as suppression system.

Are instructions Posted

Hose stations hydrants and nozzles

Condition of cabinet, hydrants, valves, lines, hoses & nozzles? Check for leakage & corrosion Markings and instructions
Spanners (correct type) Nozzle not stuck, but operates (spray & concentrated flow) Hydrants not stuck

Are Hoses connected

Keeping of associated records of maintenance and testing, identify malfunctions (If any) that may jeopardize its efficient deployment and use as suppression system.

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Portable Extinguishing Systems

Handheld Extinguishers

Appropriate for type of materials in available location

Inspected monthly & annually, keeping of associated records of maintenance and testing

General condition of fire extinguishers, identify malfunctions (If any) that may jeopardize its efficient deployment and use
Check that appropriate number of spares are available

Wheeled Extinguisher

Appropriate for type of materials available

Inspected monthly & annually, keeping of associated records of maintenance and testing

General condition of fire extinguishers, identify malfunctions (If any) that may jeopardize its efficient deployment and use

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Fire Detection Systems

Detectors and Manual call points

Function test detector heads, manual call points and alarms, Search for malfunction of fire detectors

Maintenance and testing performed according to PMS or Regulatory requirements and keeping of associated records of maintenance and testing. Review records of systematic testing.

Check for history of malfunction associated to the same detector if applicable.

Main Detection Panels and Faults

Check Function test control panel

Records of systematic testing

Maintenance and testing performed according to PMS or Regulatory requirements and keeping of associated records of maintenance and testing.

Observe how faults are dealt with. Are company procedures followed?

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Upper & Open Decks

Overall state of preservation of upper / open deck

Any issues with doors onto upper / open decks – are they functioning correctly?

Any major areas of corrosion / pipe brackets?

Boat Deck area clear of grease and oil?

Any procedure in place for heavy weather/ strong winds?

Paint store properly ventilated / locked when not in use?

Any unlashed “heavy objects” near passengers (mobile bars/counters, stacks of sun-chairs, etc.)?

Emergency escape signs clearly visible?

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Lifeboats

Equipment and Operation

Condition of boats and their equipment including bilge inspection
Pay particular attention to condition and operation of release system, if release wire is positioned inside the bilges, check for corrosion on release cable.

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Instructions posted and in good condition

Documentation for service & testing of hooks & release gear

Engine starting records? Full fuel tank?

Equipment in accordance with MAR 1401
1. Emergency steering?
2. Tender FF procedures?

Compasses checked on a regular basis?

Launching Arrangements

Condition and Operation of launching davits, condition of: Winches, brakes, wires, limit switches, bowsing tackles, tracing pendants, rollers, structural foundations, drip trays, Nitrogen bottles, hydraulic system, oil levels, piping, accumulators, manometers, gauges, valves, Check for corrosion in low areas exposed to weather

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Wire certificates, service documentation by authorized service provider.

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Liferafts

Equipment and Operations

Condition of rafts

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Documentation for service & testing of rafts

Instructions posted and in good condition

Launching Arrangements

Condition and Operation of launching davits, winches, brakes, wires, limit switches, structural foundations, Weak Links, Hydrostatic release units, lashing and shackles

Check for corrosion in low areas exposed to weather

Check condition of equipment to launch multiple liferafts at the same station (tackles, winch, rollers, lashing)

Documentation for service & testing of hooks, hydrostatic release.

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Wire certificates, service documentation by authorized service provider.

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Rescue Boats

Launching Arrangements

Condition and Operation of launching davits, winches, brakes, wires, limit switches, structural foundations, Weak Links, Hydrostatic release units, lashing and shackles

Check for corrosion in low areas exposed to weather

Check condition of equipment to launch multiple liferafts at the same station (tackles, winch, rollers, lashing)

Documentation for service & testing of hooks, hydrostatic release.

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Wire certificates, service documentation by authorized service provider.

Rescue boats equipped with AIS transponders?

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Muster Stations

Equipment and Operations

Crew assigned certified and good knowledge

Updated boards and manifests

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Instructions posted and in good condition

Muster Station equipment (boxes) readily accessible / ready to use / equipment checks recorded?

Routes and Signage

Condition of signs and no obstructed access routes or muster stations.

Secondary muster station locations

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Other Lifesaving Appliances

Lifejackets

Lifejackets types, quantity, condition, lights, whistle, reflective tape, cleanliness
Extension straps, Expiration date of light

Storing containers / stores

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Lifebuoys & lights

Condition and markings

Expiry date of light/smoke signals

Not obstructed launching

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Survival Suits

Condition and markings

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Pyrotechnics & line throwing devices

Number, condition and expiry date

Appropriately attached to Lifebuoys & lights

Launching not obstructed (bridge wings)

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Materials Storage

Store rooms/Stacking & Storage

Areas clean & in good order

Adequate securing arrangements as per applicable procedure, Documentation in place as per requirement

Shelves & racks not overloaded / Stored below line

Chemicals & Paints

Paints only stored in paint locker with fixed fire extinguishing system

Chemicals stored in secure area / PPE available

Warning signs and handling instructions available

Hazardous chemicals adequately separated to avoid incompatibility reactions

Compressed gases

Stored upright and secured. Turned off when not in use.

Segregated by contents and clearly marked

Caps in place and hand tight

Stored away from heat sources, inspected for dents, corrosion, test records

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Escape Ways

Low Location lighting

Condition and location

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Corridors and Alleyways

Clean and tidy, and Clear of material

Clearly marked

Clear and unobstructed

Stairs and staircases

No storing of materials

Clearly marked

Clear and unobstructed

Good lighting

Emergency Exits

Clearly marked

Clear and unobstructed

Doors function and condition

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per PMS and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Emergency Power Supply

Emergency Diesel Generator

Local Fuel tank full, gauge working

Cleanliness and condition

Crew knowledge and competence

Tools available / spare parts available - in room or adjecent space

Sufficient fuel, Function start (under simulated load or idling)

General condition of the Em. Gen. Room (cleanliness, no rugs)

Test of Emergency Air Compressor

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per OEM and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

ADG/Additional Diesel Generator

Local Fuel tank filled, gauge working

Cleanliness and condition

Crew knowledge and competence

Verify plans and capability to connect and replace Emergency Diesel Generator.

Condition of cables and connection points

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per OEM and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Emergency Batteries

Condition and charging level

Inspections, maintenance and testing done as per OEM and regulatory requirements, up keeping of records, history of malfunction associated with the same appliance* (If applicable)

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Other Machinery and Equipment

Hydraulic System

General condition and maintenance / Leakage

Electrical Systems / hazards

General condition and maintenance

Machine tools & guarding

General condition and maintenance

Not authorized alteration / Missing guards

Mobile Equipment

General condition and maintenance

Not un-authorized alterations

Securing while at sea

Lifting / Hoisting Equipment

General condition and maintenance

SWL clearly marked

Certified / Five yearly full inspection & load test

Annual inspection

Condition of wires and ropes

Ventilation System

Ducting, filters and screen in good condition* (In general)

Filters and screen of ventilation machine are clean

Laundry ducts – Laundry ceiling space above panels - Dryers machines - Mangler machines are clean and lint free

Guest and crew launderette ducts and dryers are clean and lint free, report any excess of lint.

Linen room ventilation ducts and filters* are clean and lint free

Grease accumulation in ducts and dampers of galleys and cooking areas, conditions of Halton hood nozzles of galleys and cooking areas, accumulation of dust* in the air conditioning ducts & diffusers.

Photographs of Observed Conditions
General Appearance and Condition - Cleanliness

Bilges

General condition and maintenance

Clean and tidy, Well lighted.

Large pools of oil on tank top, engine foundations, foundations of purifier modules, boiler burner front, viscosity modules

Pipe Insulation

General condition and maintenance

Oil soaked pipe insulation especially around fuel/lub oil strainers, purifiers, viscosity modules, boiler burner fronts, diesel generators

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Machinery Space and Boilers

Machinery Spaces

General condition and maintenance

Safety system and shut downs

Storage of (heavy) items as per OHS1118?

Spaces fitted with proper fire-fighting equipment

State of flame detectors on OFB/Incinerator burners

H2S sensor function and crew response to an alarm

Insulation state on ER spaces and fan rooms

All lifting points / pad eyes are marked with SWL stickers/color code?

Bilge maintenance (Rust, debris, oil)?

Foam applicators in ER spaces have : 20l tank, nozzle, main fire connection, spare tank as per MSC.217(82)?

Spray Guards

General condition and maintenance

Latest change/test of flexible hoses and pipes on FO/LO pipe as per TEC-1301?

Approved type fitted?

Leakage / Lack of spray guards/splash tapes on flanges

Engines Hot Spots: Engine manifolds, turbo charger and exhaust piping, boiler burner front and exhaust piping, steam pipes.

General condition and maintenance

Latest hot spot survey (TEC-1301)? Follow up?

Check records of monthly thermography readings

Review adequate actions to mitigate any hot spot in excess of 220 degrees C (Work orders + action plan in place, documented)

Photographs of Observed Conditions
HMP and Bridge administration

HESS

HESS MS structure understood and knowledge of HMP procedures?

HSC/HAT meetings held and recorded (separate folder for company replies)

HMP 1104 HESS Round documentation acc. process?

HMP 1300 series well understood / open Audit points reviewed regularly

Relevant contact numbers for port authorities / agents?

Bridge

WTD Training and Assessment administered correctly?

Sufficient knowledge of Officers how to secure VDR data? (knowledge where to find the hardware)?

Agreement made in what situations an emergency backup should be started? (is there any Masters Order overriding?)

MAR 1104 “List of required Log Book Entries” available and used?

Talkback working sufficiently (loud and clear)?

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Bridge Equipment

Navigation & Radio Equipment

General condition and maintenance

Nautical charts, Publications & Voyage Plan

Chart edition and corrections

Electronic charts use

Publications corrected and up to date editions.

Verify that all defined publications are onboard

Voyage plans not prepared as per procedure, check amended plans and not performing according to functions of bridge team (including co-navigator, etc.)

Recording Equipment (VDR etc.)

Voyage Data Recorder

Course recorder

Echo sounder

Pitch/Engine recorder

NACOS recording

General condition, maintenance & testing done

GMDSS & Radio Equipment

General condition, maintenance & testing done Check logbook

Steering Arrangements

Leakage & condition in steering gear room & bridge

Emergency operating instructions

Failure alarms

Proof of Officer’s knowledge of Emergency Steering Procedure

Emergency Transponders

EPIRB & SARTS and Radar Transponders

Function test

Expiry date of battery

Radars, Compasses and Navigational Aids

General condition, maintenance & testing done

Compass calibration (gyro and magnetic)

Navigational Lights, shapes and sound signals As required by regulations

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Voyage Planning & Chart / Publication upkeep

As per MAR 1301 – use of company checklists (A2 Planning CL, A3 UKC,…, A4 VSP, A8 Risk Assessment?)

Use and understanding of MAR 1301 A3 (calculation sheet) – newly updated!

Voyage Plan Portfolio complete MAR 1301 A4 (paper or electronic) / information gathered in one folder and not in various locations.

RA carried out for areas without sufficient information

2nd person check done. Waypoint list signed by Master?

Voyage plan / track uploaded to Back up ECDIS?

Check ECDIS / paper chart / publication correction status

MAR 1303 A1 used to define Alarm management?

Guide to Voyage Planning used MAR 1301 A7?

Check Radio Navigational warnings and T&P notices

Weekly correction records retained

Monthly folio report and audit conducted & report made

Monthly Nautical Meeting held and recorded?

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Certificates and Plans

Vessel Statutory Certificates & Exemptions

All required certificates up to date

All exemptions up to date

Officer & Crew Certificates

Officers & Crew certificates valid

Flag state endorsements valid

Muster list & Emergency Instructions

Adequately posted, Updated

Plans & Drawings

Adequately posted

Updated with formal approval of changes

Photographs of Observed Conditions
Watertight Integrity and Stability

Freeboard and Draft marks

All visible and clearly marked

Clearly visible Plimsoll mark and as per load line certificate, Plimsoll mark not submerged in any port

Watertight Doors / Semi / Splash Doors

General condition and up keeping