Audit

Technical Superintendent Audit / Inspection (SIRE 5.3 - SIRE 5.6)

C.07 Report Completed / Part held.

C.08 What was the date of the last Superintendents Inspection?
C.09 What was the date of the last Internal Audit?
C.10 What was the date of the Last PSC?

C.11 What is the Masters Name and date of signing on?

C.12 What is the name of the Chief Engineer and date of signing on?

C.13 What is the name of the Chief Officer and date of signing on?

C.14 What is the name of the Second Engineer and date of signing on

Items for follow up (items answered with No)?

C.15 Crew Evaluations done and shared (Minimum for Master and Chief Engineer, state which rank and name

Items for follow up for next docking immobilization (State which if any)?

Last Dry Dock (IWS) Date
Next Dry Dock (IWS )Date
Last Hull Cleaning Date

Is Hull Cleaning needed?

3.07 Open Conditions of Class (State which and due date)

9.05 Are there any fuel related Problems?

9.20 are there any lub oil related problems?

8.05 Have engine performances been checked and discussed with the Chief Engineer?

4.21 Are fuel and energy saving measures in place and if so state which

8.56 When is the next major overhaul of the main engines due?

8.57 Which Major Spare Parts need to be purchased for main engineswithin the next twelve months?

8.60 When is the next major overhaul for the auxiliary engines due?

8.61 Which Major Spare Parts need to be purchased for auxiliary engine within the next twelve months?

2.06 Percentage of Critical Maintenance overdue %

2.07 Percentage of Maintenance overdue %

Areas and Spaces Inspected during this Survey.

I confirm that no item inspected during this audit requires immediate rectification prior to sailing or cargo operations.

Vessel Superintendent
Photographic Evidence.
Vessel Superintendent Inspection 1.01 - 1.35

1.01 Was the last Risk Assessment checked and found to bi in line with company Instructions?

1.02 Was the last Enclosed Space Entry Permit checked and found in line with company instructions?

1.03 Was the last Permit to work checked and found to be in line with company instructions?

1.04 On the minutes of the last shipboard safety meeting minutes has there been a review of outstanding and additional items?

1.05 Has there been regular safety inspections conducted? are there any items that require attention / improvement?

1.06 Havre Leaders in Safety (or any other behavioural program for externally managed vessels) been successfully implemented onboard ? which are the last mini-packs and have you witnessed the effectiveness of the program?

1.07 (SIRE 5.3) Is personal protective equipment (PPE) provided as required and being actively worn?

1.08 (SIRE 5.8) Are smoking regulations posted and being adhered to and are smoking areas adequately identified.

1.09 (SIRE 5.11) Is all lose equipment on deck and in the engine room properly secured?

1.10 (SIRE 5.19) Are ISPS procedures adequately followed ( deck watch, gangway notice and controlled access, locked doors where required?

1.11 (SIRE 5.13 - 15) Have drills been witnessed and lessons learnt reviewed with the staff? State which drill and remarks, if any. Are Drill intervals inline with SOLAS requirements. Records of previous drills should also be verified for consistency.

1.12 (SIRE 5.33-35) Is gas and electric welding equipment in good condition (Fixed piping, flash back arrestors, gas cylinders and isolating valves)?

1.13 (SIRE 5.15) Have you recieved familiarisation (If sailing with the vessel) Have you been provided with emergency equipment (lifejacket, immersion suit and BA set) and was a lifeboat assigned to you?

1.14 (SIRE 11.3-11) Is the engine room equipment such that it can be operated in unmanned mode? if, not is there a procedure in place to keep the engine room manned?

1.15 (SIRE 11.5) Has the Chief Engineer written his own standing orders and are night orders being completed?

1.16 (SIRE 11.5) Have the watch engineers countersigned the Chief Engineers standing orders and are night orders being completed?

1.17 (SIRE 11.6) Are there adequate procedures to prevent uncontrolled entry into the engine room?

1.18 (SIRE 11.7) Is the dead man alarm, where fitted in good order and used as required?

1.19 (SIRE 11.8) Is the engine room log book being adequately maintained?

1.20 (SIRE 11.9) Is there a procedure to start Critical Equipment?

1.21 Is there ships specific procedure to switch over from HFO to MGO and vice versa for main engine, auxiliary engines and boilers?

1.22 (SIRE 11.10) Are fuel lubricating and hydraulic oil testing results properly filed?

1.23 (SIRE 11.11) Are detailed bunker transfer instructions available and are the staff aware of the hazards of H2S?

1.24. (SIRE 11.43) Are concise starting instructions for the emergency generator readily displayed?

1.25 (SIRE 11.19) Has the emergency diesel generator been tested weekly as per the companies instructions and was it tested under load?

1.26 (SIRE 11.44) Is the emergency generator reserve fuel oil tank provided with sufficient fuel?

1.27 (SIRE 11.29) Is the floor and deck insulation / matting provided to the front and rear of medium power (i.e 220v and above) electrical switchboards and is it in satisfactory condition?

1.28 When was the last inspection of LSA equipment and have all outstanding deficiencies been properly closed out?

1.29 (SIRE 5.6) How many Near Misses have been reported in the last 30 days and how many thereof remain open?

1.30 (SIRE 5.6) How many incidents have been reported in the last 30 days and how many thereof remain open?

1.31.(SIRE 5.6) How many Accidents (LTI) have been reported in the last 30 days and how many thereof remain open?

1.32 (SIRE 5.6) How many non conformities have been reported in the last 30 days and how many thereof remain open?

1.33 Report any noteworthy incidents / accidents / non conformities here:

1.34 Are USB ports on computers and machinery (Bridge and Engine Room) protected against unauthorised use and are stickers / notes provided that only approved / formatted USB sticks may be used?

1.35 Is the Management of Change process being used onboard and properly followed as applicable?

Photographic Evidence
Maintenance and Inventories

2.01 Is the inventory up to date in AMOS (or other PMS system) and is the crew maintaining records accordingly? If not what is the planning?

2.02 Are all critical spare parts onboard? If not are they ordered and when will they be delivered?

2.03 Is all critical maintenance completed and reported in a timely manner? Is there any overdue critical maintenance, and what is the reason?

2.04 If CBM (Condition Based maintenance - e.g oil analysis or vibration monitoring) has been introduced onboard, is th system followed and fully understood by all crew members involved?

2.05 Are breakdowns reported as unscheduled maintenance (Including bridge, engine and cargo)?

2.06 Percentage of Critical Maintenance Overdue. %

2.07 Percentage of Maintenance Overdue. %

General Remarks if any:

Photographic Evidence
Certification

3.01 Are all class and statutory certificates valid and correctly filed?

3.02 Are all other certificates (safety equipment annuals etc) valid and correctly filed?

3.03 are all certificates harmonised? If not please comment on which one (eg IOPP Renewal)

3.04 Is retrofitting of a ballast water treatment system applicable and what is the due date?

3.05 Last thickness report available (date)? Areas of concern for the next dry dock

3.06 Last dry dock report available? Areas for concern for the next docking?

3.07 There are no open Conditions of Class (or relevant memoranda) if there are, state which and the due date.

3.08 Have all non conformances and observations from the last internal ISM - ISPS audit been closed out? If not state which are open and due date.

3.09 Are all remarks from the last vetting (SIRE, OVID,CDI, CMID & AMSA Loading) Inspections been closed out? If not please state which and the due date.

3.10 Are all remarks from the last PSC Inspections have been closed out? If not state which and the due date.

3.11 Have all remarks from the last Superintendent vessel visit been closed out? If not state which and the due date.

3.12 Is the Master aware of the Vroon MACN (Maritime Anti-Corruption Network) policy and is the system working well onboard? In case of problems state which.

General Remarks:

Photographic Evidence
Energy Efficiency:

4.20 Is the SEEMP up to date, specific for the type of vessel and used as an active document?

4.21 Are fuel and energy saving measures in place? And is state which.

General Remarks:

Photographic Evidence
Hull and Decks 41000

4.01 (SIRE 7.7) Are there records of regular inspections of cargo and ballast tanks, void spaces, trunks and cofferdams properly maintained? Verify for consistency and cross check with Enclosed Space Entry Permits>

4.02 (SIRE 7.1-7.4) Is the vessel free from structural defects? As far as can be seen (visible parts of the hull, decks, superstructure and engine room).

4.03 (SIRE 7.6) Were any Enclosed Spaces internally during the visit? and if so, what were the findings

4.04 (SIRE 12.3) Is the general condition, visual appearance and cleanliness of the weather decks satisfactory?

4.05 (SIRE 12.4) Do decks in working areas have clearly identified non-slip surfaces?

4.06 Is the crew working as per a ships specific cosmetic maintenance plan for weather decks?

4.07 Is the paint room in good condition and kept clean, having sufficient stock for normal maintenance?

4.08 (SIRE 12.5) Is the general condition of service pipe work (including clamps and supports) satisfactory and is it free from significant corrosion and pitting and soft patches and other temporary repairs?

4.09 (SIRE 12.7) Are deck openings and manholes in good condition (Including securing arrangements) Are all ballast tank manholes adjacent to fuel oil tanks equipped with a possibility to detect oil on the surface?

4.10 (SIRE 12.10) Is the general condition, visual appearance and cleanliness of the superstructure satisfactory?

4.11 (SIRE 5.68) Are accommodation ladders, gangways, pilot ladders and pilot hoists where fitted in good order and fully certified?

Date?

4.13 Have all watertight doors been tested locally and remotely and are alarms working properly?

4.14 General Remarks:

4.15 Structural defects to be repaired during next technical stop or dry dock?

Photographic Evidence
Cargo Equipment 43000

5.01 Is the general condition of the tigger winch satisfactory and is the maintenance up to date?

5.02 Are Cargo securing chains, shackles etc in good condition?

General remarks:

Photographic Evidence
Special Cargo Handling Equipment

5.20

5.21

Gender all remarks if any:

Photographic Evidence
Deck Cranes, Derricks and Booms

5.30 Are cranes in good condition? Has the last annual inspection been satisfactorily passed, is the last report available and are hydraulic hoses in good condition. Are cranes free from leakage?

5.31 Has he 5 yearly load test satisfactorily been passed and when is the next due date?

5.32 (SIRE 11.5) Is an inspection and maintenance programme in place for other (loose) lifting equipment such as wire slings, blocks etc? Are they tested by means of a dynamometer on a regular basis?

5.33 Is lifting gear and associated equipment in good condition?

General Remarks if any:

Photographic Evidence
Ventilation and Gas Systems for Cargo Spaces

5.40

5.41

5.42 General Remarks if any

Ship Equipment / Manoeuvring Equipment

6.01 (SIRE 4.8, 11.4) Is the procedure for change over manual to bridge steering change-over clearly displayed on the bridge and in the steering gear room?

6.02 (SIRE 11.48) Has the emergency steering gear been tested within the past three months and are the results recorded?

6.03 (SIRE 11.5) Is the steering gear emergency reserve tank fully charged?

6.04 Has an Emergency steering drill been witnessed and debriefing attended?

6.05 Is the steering gear compartment well maintained clean and access unobstructed?

6.06 Is thruster oil in compliance with VGP (US) regulations?

6.07 Has the steering gear been tested with one pump running? (move the steering wheel from 35 degrees port to 30 degrees starboard, the steering gear rudder must complete this swing within 28 seconds).

6.08 Are bow and stern thrusters operational and in good condition?

General remarks if any:

Photographic Evidence
Navigation Equipment

6.20 (SIRE 4.4) Are the vessel manoeuvring characteristics (turning circles) prominently displayed on the bridge?

6.21 (SIRE 4.8) Is the information regarding minimum keel clearance and squat prominently displayed on the bridge?

6.22 (SIRE 4.18) Is the navigation equipment in good order? perform random checks.

6.23 What are primary and secondary means of navigation (ECDIS Paper)? Is the Annex E of the safety equipment certificate in accordance with the practice onboard? Is the chart portfolio appropriate for the vessels trade?

6.24 Has the VDR been checked for correct functioning? (it may alarm in port as not all equipment is switched on, common alarms being the radar and bow thruster)

6.25 Has the autopilot been checked? (It commonly has alarms when the steering pumps are switched off and the speed is below 5kts)

6.26 Are the gyro's in good working order? (Check heading against chart or ECDIS and check if the repeaters are correct)

6.27 Are the magnetic compasses in good working order? (Check for air bubbles and confirm the heading. Are the deviation cards up to date? Are compass lights working and if there is a digital repeater is it correct?

6.28 Has the NAVTEX been checked and is it working correctly? (NAVTEX messages are received all day. Each message has an error rate which is an indication on how well the unit is receiving, the error rate should be lower than 5% - if no error rate is shown then it is 0%

6.29 Have the navigation lights been tested and are they in good working order?

6.30 Has the course recorder been checked for accurate recording and is the location (on paper) correct?

6.31 Has the BNWAS been tested for both stages?

6.32 In the case of double ECDIS, is there a procedure in place to only update one unit at a time? (24 hours in between to avoid double ECDIS failure due to corrupt updates).

General remarks if any:

Photographic Evidence
Communication Equipment

6.40 (SIRE 10.9) Is the GMDSS maintenance certificate onboard and valid?

6.41 (SIRE 10.10) Order?

6.42 (SIRE 10.11) Is the satellite EPIRB properly armed and labelled correctly and inspected in accordance with the manufacturers requirements?

6.43 (SIRE 10.12) Are radio emergency batteries In a satisfactory condition and fully charged? Is the battery locker equipped with the necessary PPE?

General remarks if any:

Photographic Evidence
Anchoring and Mooring Equipment

6.50 Specification of mooring wires / rope including MMB, Certification onboard.

6.51 Are mooring ropes / wires MBL less than the bollard and mooring equipment SWL?

6.52 (SIRE 9.1 / 9.2 / 9.3) Are certificates and inspection reports available for mooring ropes and wires and are they tagged accordingly?

6.53 (SIRE 9.6 / 9.8 / 9.10) Are mooring lines secured and stowed neatly, either on winches or for mooring?

6.54 (SIRE 9.15) Are mooring wires, ropes and synthetic tails in good order?

6.55 Are mooring tails if any replaced every 18 months?

6.56 How many mooring ropes / wires will have to be purchased in the coming twelve months?

6.57 (SIRE 9.5) When was the last winch brake test and is the correct equipment / procedure in place? What is the setting of the brakes?

6.58 (SIRE 9.12) Are mooring winches including hydraulic motors and foundations in good order?

6.59 (SIRE 9.13) Do brake linings, drums and pins appear to be in good order?

6.60 (SIRE 9.25) Are emergency towing arrangements readily available for deployment forward and aft?

6.61 (SIRE 9.18) Are windlass, anchors, chain stoppers, locking bars and cables in a satisfactory condition and operating effectively?

6.2 Is there any damage in way of the forward plating due to slamming or stowing of the anchors?

6.3 Are lashing arrangements in a satisfactory condition?

6.64 (SIRE 9.20) Are bitter end securing arrangements unobstructed and outside the chain locker? (Sledge hammers towed in the vicinity).

6.65 when were the the anchor chain cables last calibrated and is any renewal expected during the next dry dock (and if so how many lengths)?

General remarks if any:

Photographic Evidence
Lifesaving Equipment / Rescue Equipment / David Systems

7.01 (SIRE 5.40) Are lifeboats, including their equipment and launching mechanisms in good order (including Davies, portable equipment, food and water limit switches etc)

7.02 Have lifeboats been inspected this visit and what was the scope?

7.03 Are fail safe hooks provided or alternatively FPD in place? Is the crew familiar with the system?

7.04 Is the pilot ladder in good condition?

7.05 (SIRE 5.65) Is the international shore fire connection readily available externally and is the location clearly marked?

7.06 Are FRC's and DC's including their equipment and launching mechanisms in good order? (Including Davits portable equipment, food and water, limit switches etc)?

7.07 Have rescue crafts been inspected during the visit and what was the scope?

7.08 Are quick release hooks on rescue craft in good order? When was the last dye pen and when the last load test?

7.09 Is the FRC Davit in good condition,? when the last annual inspection and when was the last load test? Is the system free of outstanding deficiencies?

7.10 Is the DC Davit in good condition? When was the last annual inspection and when was the least load test? Is th system free of deficiencies?

7.11 Are life rafts in good condition and do they have a valid certificate? Is the hydrostatic release mechanism in good order? What is the due date for exchange / inspection of the life rafts?

7.12 General remarks in required.

Photographic Evidence.
Accommodation / Galley and Sanitary Systems

7.30 (SIRE 12.16) Are all alleyways free of obstructions and are exits clearly marked?

7.31 (SIRE 12.17) Is the accommodation clean and tidy and free of vermin and cockroaches?

7.32 (SIRE 12.7) Are public spaces, including smoke rooms, mess rooms, food handling spaces, refrigeration spaces, galleys and pantries clean, tidy and hygienically satisfactory?

7.33 Is the floor covering in public spaces satisfactory?

7.34 Is the furniture in the public spaces properly maintained and in a satisfactory condition?

7.35 (SIRE 12.18) Are laundries free of accumulation of clothing that could constitute a fire hazard?

7.36 (SIRE 12.19) Is the ships hospital clean and tidy and ready for use?

7.37 Is the ships hospital bedding area (for survivors) clean and tidy and ready for use?

7.38 (SIRE 12.20) Is the level of accommodation and public space lighting satisfactory?

7.39 (SIRE 12.21) Is the condition of electrical equipment in the accommodation satisfactory?

7.40 Is the condition of welfare equipment such as TV sets, radio, video in a satisfactory condition and free of hazard?

7.41 (SIRE 12.22) Are personnel alarms in refrigerated spaces in good order?

7.42 Have refrigerated room temperatures been checked and found satisfactory? State the temperatures.

7.43 Have the freezer / chiller / fridge temperatures been checked and found satisfactory? State the temperature.

General remarks if any:

Photographic Evidence
Machinery Main Componants

8.01 (SIRE11.24) Are hot surfaces, particularly Diesel engines free of any evidence of fuel, diesel and lubricating oil?

8.02 is lagging and insulation in good condition and free from oil?

8.03 Is the cooling water treatment being followed and have records been checked and found okay?

8.04 For ships built after the 1st of January 2000, is a technical file kept and logged properly?

8.05 Have engine performances been checked and discussed with Chief Engineers? Are there any abnormalities?

8.06 Are any fuel saving measures in place with regard to energy management?

8.07 Is the NGO / HFO Change over procedure up to date and is the crew familiar with the latest SECA requirements?

8.08 Why?

General remarks if any

Photographic Evidence
Main Engine 2 Stroke

8.20 When was the crankcase oil mist detector last tested?

8.21 Are tools for overhaul of main engine in good order?

General remarks if any

Line Wear

8.23 Line wear in mm / unit 1

8.24 Line wear in mm / unit 2

8.25 Line wear in mm / unit 3

8.26 Line wear in mm / unit 4

8.27 Line wear in mm / unit 5

8.28 Line wear in mm / unit 6

8.29 Line wear in mm / unit 7

8.30 Line wear in mm / unit 8

Line Wear Rate

8.31 Line wear rate per 1000 RH / unit 1

8.32 Line wear rate per 1000 RH / unit 2

8.33 Line wear rate per 1000 RH / unit 3

8.34 Line wear rate per 1000 RH / unit 4

8.35 Line wear rate per 1000 RH / unit 5

8.36 Line wear rate per 1000 RH / unit 6

8.37 Line wear rate per 1000 RH / unit 7

8.38 Line wear rate per 1000 RH / unit 8

Liner RH

8.39 Liner RH since last overhaul / unit 1

8.40 Liner RH since last overhaul / unit 2

8.41 Liner RH since last overhaul / unit 3

8.42 Liner RH since last overhaul / unit 4

8.43 Liner RH since last overhaul / unit 5

8.44 Liner RH since last overhaul / unit 6

8.45 Liner RH since last overhaul / unit 7

8.46 Liner RH since last overhaul / unit 8

Piston RH

8.47 Piston RH since last overhaul / unit 1

8.48 Piston RH since last overhaul / unit 2

8.49 Piston RH since last overhaul / unit 3

8.50 Piston RH since last overhaul / unit 4

8.51 Piston RH since last overhaul / unit 5

8.52 Piston RH since last overhaul / unit 6

8.53 Piston RH since last overhaul / unit 7

8.54 Piston RH since last overhaul / unit 8

8.55 Lube oil feed rate in g/kWh

8.56 When is the next overhaul for the Main engine due?

8.57 Which major spare parts need top be purchased purchased for the main engines within the next to 12 month?

8.58 Is the service history up to date?

Photographic Evidence
Main engine 4 Stroke
8.60 When is the next major overhaul for the auxiliary engines due?

8.61 Which major spare parts need to be purchased for auxiliary engines within the next twelve months?

8.62 Is the service history up to date?

General remarks if any

Photographic Evidence
Auxiliary Engines
8.70 When is the next major overhaul due for AE1
8.71 When is the next major overhaul due for AE2
8.72 When is the next major overhaul due for AE3
8.73 When is the next major overhaul due for AE4
8.74 When is the next major overhaul due for AE5
8.75 When is the next major overhaul due for AE6

8.76 Which major spare parts need to be purchased within the next 12 months?

8.77 Is the service history up to date?

General remarks if any

Propellor, Shaft & Transmission

8.80 Is the stern tube system free of leakage and are oil samples satisfactory?

8.81 Stern tube oil compliant with VGP regulations?

General remarks if any

Photographic Evidence
Boilers

8.90 Are boilers capable and approved to run on MGO? Is a confirmation certificate by the maker available?

8.91 Is the boiler operating without any problems?

8.92 Is the EGB operating without any problems?

8.93 Have leaks been reported to either the boiler or EGB?

8.94 Is the soot blowing equipment in good condition?

8.95 Is the boiler water and condensate treatment being followed and all reported okay? Which products are in use?

8.96 Is the accommodation boiler operating without any problems?

8.97 Is the hot water calorifier in good condition and operational?

General remarks if any

Photographic Evidence
Systems for Machinery Main Components

9.01 Are bunker lines on deck and in the engine room in good condition? When was the last pressure test (if applicable)

9.02 (SIRE 11.25) Are purifier rooms and fuel lubricating oil area ventilated and clean?

9.03 Are purifiers in good condition?

9.04 Are any problems reported from changing over between HFO and MGO or vice versa?

9.05 Have there been any recent fuel related problems?

General remarks if any

Photographic Evidence
Lube Oil Systems

9.20 Problems?

9.21 Are Lub Oil samples being taken and analysed on a regular basis and in accordance with makers advice?

General remarks if any

Add media
9.30 Cooling Systems

9.30 Cooling Systems

Compressed Air Sysytems

9.40 Condition?

9.41 Condition?

9.42 Condition?

9.43 Is a deck compressor installed and if so is it in good condition?

9.44 Is the air dryer in good condition?

9.45 Are compressed are piping and associated valves in good condition?

General remarks if any

Photographic Evidence.
Bilge and Oily Water Separator

10.01 (SIRE 6.32) Are the engine room bilge and oily water pumping and disposal arrangements in good order?

10.02 (SIRE 6.35) Is the oily water separator in good order and has the 15ppm monitor been tested?

10.03 (SIRE6.36) Are specific warning notices posted to safeguard against the accidental opening of the overboard discharge valve from the oily water separator and has the overboard valve been secured?

10.04 Is the vessel free from illegal / unapproved connections (Magic pipes) directly?

When was the bilge alarm last tested and is it working satisfactorily?

General remarks if any

Photographic Evidence
Ballast Water System and Management

10.11 Which system is used for ballast water management (exchange or treatment plant)?

10.12 If a ballast water management plant is in use, are samples being taken as per US/VGP requirements on a regular basis, Is the system USCG Approved?

10.13 (SIRE 6.30) Have records of ballast water exchange been properly maintained onboard?

10.14 Are sample / inspection covers installed on ballast tank manholes adjacent to fuel oil tanks?

10.15 Are all overboard valves in good condition, holding and free of cement box's?

10.16 Are ballast pumps in good working conditions?

General remarks if any

Photographic Evidence.
Fire detection and Fighting System

10.20 (SIRE 5.55) Are fire mains, pumps, hoses and nozzles in good order and available for immediate use?

10.21 (SIRE 5 58) Are fire detection and alarm systems in good order and tested regularly? Carry out some random tests for smoke detectors and state which have been tested?

10.22 (SIRE 5.60) Is the emergency fire pump in full operational condition and are starting instructions clearly displayed? Has it been tested?

10.23 (SIRE 64-65) Are accommodation and ventilation emergency stops in good order and clearly marked to indicate the spaces they serve? Are fire flaps in good order and clearly marked to indicate the spaces they serve? Test som flaps and emergency stops at random and report the ones that have been tested.

10.24 If fitted with C02 / Inert systems, is everything properly connected? When have the flexible hoses been exchanged for the last time and when was the last hydrostatic test of the C02 Cylinders. I

General remarks if any

Photographic Evidence
Electrical Systems

10.30 Have records of merger / insulation tests been checked during this visit?

General remarks if any

Fresh water Systems

10.41 Is the Fresh Water generator in good condition?

10.42 Are fresh water samples being sent for analysis on a regular basis and found okay?

10.43 Is an emergency dose of water treatment chemicals onboard for disinfection purposes (Hadex or similar)?

General remarks if any

Garbage and Waste Control

10.51 Are waste receptacles constructed of non-combustible material?

10.52 If the ship is trading I the US is the lub oil for oil - sea interfaces in compliance with the VGP (or is appropriate documentation onboard to prove technical in feasibility?

10.53 (SIRE 6.39) Does the vessel have a garbage management plan and has garbage been handled and disposed of in accordance with MARPOL?

10.54 The vessel is compliant with the latest MARPOL Annex V ?/ Inclusion of the Polar Code (Polar waters are mentioned on the garbage placard and the garbage log book is of an updated version / Jan 2017?

10.55 (SIRE 6.39) Has the garbage record book been correctly completed?

10.56 Does the ship have a shredder / grinder and is it in good working condition?

10.57 Does the ship have a compactor and is it in good working condition?

10.58 Does the ship have an incinerator and is it in good working condition?

10.59 (SIRE 5.66) Are Chemicals properly stowed and are Material Data Sheets available?

10.60 (SIRE 6.15) Are means readily available for dealing with small oil spills?

10.61 (SIRE 6.24) Is a suitable containment fitted around hydraulic and other deck machinery?

10.62 (SIRE 6.22) Are unused cargo and bunker pipeline manifolds fully bolted and are all drains and vents and unused gauge system's suitably blanked and capped?

10.63 Is the sewage system in good working condition?

General remarks if any

Photographic Evidence

Inspection Report

Masters Signature
Inspectors Certificate
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