Audit

Documentation

Are work and rest hour record accurately filled?

Are officers familiar with DSC functions?

Deck / Engine Room - Walk about

Are all fire doors to the accommodation and engine room escape trunking able to close automatically when activated or closing effectively?

Are all self closing sounding pipes in working condition and with out defects?

Is the fire detection system in working condition
- Ensure there is no fault on any detectors

Is the Emergency generator able to put on load
- run the gen set and switch over the cargo lighting to the Emergency gen set.

Are all water tight doors in the cargo hold able to close and with out defect

Are Engine room dampers and ventilation closing effectively? Are the flaps and louvers in good condition?

Are heated pipes and exhaust trunks adequately insulated? Insulation materials covering the pipes fully, not oil soaked?

Are retroreflective tapes in LSA equipment in good condition?

Are ME leakage alarm tested and working?

Are auto closing valves working correctly?

Are pilot ladders tagged and certified?

Are voyage plan taken to account the Marpol regulations?

Are lagging and pipe insulation’s in good condition?

Are electrical panels provided by insulation mats?

Are LSA retroreflective tapes in good condition?

Are fuel leakage alarm tested and working good?

Is the ER flooring free from obvious oil leakage?

Are the bulkhead frame of chain locker in good condition, no signs of hole or leakages?

Are navigation lights and signal lights all working good?

Are digital publications complete and up to date?

Is Plimsoll marks clearly painted? Or readable?

Are rescue and lifeboat markings correct?

Are fixed CO2 fixed FFA hoses in good condition and not pinched?

Are launching procedures posted under emergency light?

Are overboard valve and sea chest valves has no sign of leakage?

Are SILO compartment watertight and no sign of leakages?

PSC CIC PARIS MOU

1. Are bunker delivery notes, with details of fuel oil for combustion purposes, kept available on board for the required period of 3 years?

2. Do bunker delivery notes indicate that fuel oils delivered and used on board is not exceeding the maximum allowed sulphur content, as appropriate?

3. Do ships which is using separate fuel oils to comply with the maximum sulphur content of 0.1% m/m in fuel oil while operating in SOX emission control areas, have a written procedures showing how fuel oil change over is to be done for achieving compliance with the above requirements when entering SOX emission control areas?

4. Alternative arrangement - N/A

5. Do ships which is using separate fuel oils to comply with the maximum sulphur content of 0.1% m/m and entering or leaving SOX emission control areas, record detailed information showing that the ship has completed/initiated the changeover in the logbook prescribed by the administration?

6. Do ships which have rechargeable systems containing ozone depleting substances (refer to the IAPP Certificate, item 2.1 ), have the ozone depleting substances record book maintained?

7. Approved Method- N/A

8. For ships equipped with a shipboard incinerator or thermal waste treatment device installed as alternative arrangement is the ship’s crew responsible for the operation of the equipment familiar with, properly trained in, and capable of implementing the guidance provided in the manufacturer’s operating manual?

3. Do the Oil Mist Detectors or any other automatic shut-off arrangement for the main engine and auxiliary engines appear to be working satisfactory?

9. VOC Management Plan - N/A

10. Does the ship keep onboard a Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP)?

11. Was the ship detained as a result of the Inspection Campaign?

CIC on Propulsion and Auxiliary Machinery

1. Are instructions and manuals for ship machinery essential to safe operation, written in a language by the ship’s personnel?

2. If the ship operates with periodically unattended machinery spaces, has it been provided with documentary evidence of fitness?

3. Do the Oil Mist Detectors or any other automatic shut-off arrangement for the main engine and auxiliary engines appear to be working satisfactory?

4. Are protective arrangement for machinery in place to minimise danger to persons with regard to moving parts, hot surfaces, electrical shock and other hazards?

5. Does propulsion machinery and essential auxiliaries appear to be in operational condition?

6. Is cleanliness of the Engine room, including bilges satisfactory?

7. Do the Main and Auxiliary boilers and Boiler Feed System appear to be in safe working order?

8. Do the emergency sources of power and emergency lighting appear to be working satisfactory?

9. Do the bilge pumping arrangement appear to be in good working order?

10. Where an emergency steering drill was witnessed, was it found to be satisfactory?

11. Where an emergency operational drill to main engine was witnessed, was it found to be satisfactory?

12. Is the ship detained as a result of a “NO” answer to any of the questions?

Summary
Non conformity

Details of Non conformity

Observations

Details of Observations

Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.