• Assessment



Initial response SOTI

  • Correct response to initiation of alarm

  • HQ1/ bridge informed quickly

  • Aggressive first aid attack conducted with correct appliance

  • Doors or hatches closed or controlled correctly

  • CAA continued which CFHR.

  • Correct information passed to C2 and SL

  • Escaping personnel use escape routes with EEBD

  • Person discovering incident reports to HQ1.

  • Correct PPE available and used

  • Comments



  • SOP / AIDE memoir used

  • Correct response to initiation of remote alarm.

  • Correct pipe / actions made by personnel on watch.

  • Vent systems immediately shutdown and isolated.

  • Fireman / foam system made available or activated IAW SOP.

  • Machinery space isolations conducted correctly.

  • Correct liaison between EOOW and OOW.

  • Navigation safety of the ship considered early if propulsion effected

  • ANBCDO / DCO fully briefed on arrival in HQ1.

  • Comments



  • ERT personnel aware of duties iaw SOP.

  • ERT dressed correctly and at appropriate appliances

  • CAA made on fire CFHR / Foam hose considered.

  • Initial smoke boundariesestablished / controlled / effective.

  • Doors / hatches controlled or closed correctly

  • Correct reports passed to C2 throughout incident.

  • Comments.



  • IA to SOTI within FST dressed correctly and with appropriate appliance.

  • BAA at SOTI within FST dressed correctly ( TIC) and with appropriate appliance.

  • CAA made on fire CFHR / foam hose considered.

  • Smoke boundaries established / controlled / effective.

  • Doors and hatches controlled / closed correctly.

  • Hose laid out for SHT / support team

  • Adjacent compartments searched / cleared of personnel.

  • Correct reports passed to FCP / C2 throughout incident.

  • Casualties dealt with correctly based on situation / DC priority.

  • SSEP aware of fixed system operation.

  • SSEP aware of local machinery space isolations if required.

  • Comments



  • Fire team at FCP within FST dressed correctly with appropriate equipment ( TIC., Lanyard, magnet)

  • TL brief to fire team cover all points raised by SL.

  • BAA interrogated for information at SOTI

  • Door / hatch entry drills conducted safely IAW SOP and as briefed

  • RFW briefed correctly.

  • Correct SITREPS passed to SL throughout incident.

  • Emergency drills conducted correctly IAW SOP and as briefed.

  • Full compartment search conducted

  • Foam dump equipped / manned and correctly monitored.

  • All hazard mitigation directed and conducted correctly.

  • TL C2 adequate for situation.

  • SOP WRT hose layout and number of personnel suitable for incident.

  • Relief team handover conducted correctly.

  • Comments.



  • Establish FCP IAW SOP and effective communications with C2.

  • Interrogate escaping personnel for correct information.

  • Confirm establishment and report initial smoke boundaries.

  • CAA prioritized and driven at SOTI / FCP.

  • Smoke boundaries readjusted and reported as required, smoke discipline effective.

  • Doors and hatches closed or controlled correctly.

  • Correct reports passed to C2 throughout incident

  • Gas monitor available to ensure FTP safety.

  • S/L aware of SOTI and adjacent compartment hazards

  • attack and support teams briefed in line with situation.

  • Adjacent compartments searched / cleared of personnel A/R.

  • Local boundary cooling established / reported.

  • Fixed system - authorisation, operation and cylinder checks correct.

  • Machinery space isolations conducted correctly.

  • Hoses for support team / re-entry laid out IAW SOP.

  • DCBA wearers dressed correctly.

  • Reflash watch briefed and established.

  • DCBA board compiled correctly.

  • Adjacent compartment search requirements sourced from DCO.

  • Desmoking strictly controlled.

  • All gas monitor readings interrogated and reported to C2.

  • SOTI controlled to allow for post incident evidence gathering.

  • S/L command and control adequate for situation.

  • Comments

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