SUMMARY

SUMMARY

Assessment

INSPECTING OFFICERS SUMMARY

INITIAL RESPONSE

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

INITIAL RESPONSE BRIDGE

INITIAL RESPONSE BRIDGE

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

INITIAL RESPONSE ERT

INITIAL RESPONSE ERT

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.

SSEP

SSEP

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

SHT / SUPPORT PARTY

SHT / SUPPORT TEAM

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.

SCENE LEADER

SCENE LEADER

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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