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SHIP/SHORE SAFETY CHECKLIST

Ship’s Name ……………………     Berth …………………… Port ………………….. Date of Arrival …………………… Time of Arrival ………………….. PART ‘A’ – BULK LIQUID GENERAL – PHYSICAL CHECKS   Bulk Liquid  – General Ship Terminal Code Remarks 1 There is safe access between the ship and shore.       R   2 The ship is securely […]

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SHIP TO SHIP TRANSFER (STS)

In ship to ship transfers, both tankers should comply fully with the safety precautions required for normal cargo operations. If the safety precautions are not being observed on either vessel, the operations must not be started or, if in progress, must be stopped. Ship to ship transfers undertaken in port or at sea may be […]

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Crude Oil Washing (COW)

Only fixed tank washing machines may be used for crude oil washing. The oxygen content of the tank must not exceed 8% by volume as described. Before arriving in a port where it is intended to crude oil wash, the tank washing system should be pressure tested to normal working pressure and examined for leaks. […]

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Enclosed Space

An ‘Enclosed Space’ is defined as a space that has the following characteristics: Limited openings for entry and exit. Unfavorable natural ventilation. Not designed for continuous worker occupancy. Enclosed spaces include, but are not limited to, cargo spaces, double bottoms, fuel tanks, ballast tanks, pump rooms, compressor rooms, cofferdams, void spaces, duct keels, inter-barrier spaces, […]

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INERT GAS

Inert gas must be delivered in the gas main with a maximum oxygen content of 5%. The oxygen content of inert gas in the cargo tanks must not exceed 8%.   When using flue gas from a main or auxiliary boiler, an oxygen level of less than 5% can generally be obtained, depending on the […]

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FLAMMABILITY

A mixture of hydrocarbon gas and air cannot be ignited and burn unless its composition lies within a range of gas in air concentrations known as the Flammable Range. The lower limit of this range, known as the Lower Flammable Limit (LFL), is that hydrocarbon concentration below which there is insufficient hydrocarbon gas to support […]

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