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Ship Safety Service Training (Lifeboat and Firefighting Service)


Year: 1996
Language: english
Author: SEE-BERUFSGENOSSENSCHAFT
Genre: Manual
Publisher: SEE-BERUFSGENOSSENSCHAFT
Edition: 3
ISBN: -
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 137
Description: Nine years have passed since the revision in 1986 of the manual for lifeboat training. The basis for the revision then was amongst other things the new chapter III "Life Saving Appliances and Arrangements" of the 1974 International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS). Since then significant innovations have been introduced by the coming into force of changes to chapter III and on 1 February 1992 of a totally new chapter IV "Radiocommunication". These deal principally with life saving appliances using radio technology. 1992 saw the appearance of the first edition of the firefighting training manual. Since then there have been significant changes in maritime navigation in this field also. In particular structural fire protection was improved by changes and additions to the SOLAS convention.
A revised version of chapter 11-2 of the convention which is applicable to this effect came into force for all ships the keels of which was laid down on or after 1 September 1984. Ten years later the major part of the German merchant fleet already complies with the new regulations. Furthermore there has been a development, unimaginable a few years ago, of crews getting smaller with ships becoming larger. Around 1980, a general cargo ship in world wide international trade would displace about 10,000 GRT, had a propulsive power of 7000 to 8000 kW and a crew of 30 or more. Today's container ships have a gross tonnage up to 50,000 and 35,000 kW propulsive power. The installed generator output is about 10,000 kVA.
According to the manning scale, ships of this size are to be operated with a standard crew totalling 22. This may be reduced to 14 in the case of multipurpose crews. However in the case of very large ships this means that the crew numbers reach that limit below which setting up the firefighting organisation on board in accordance with the principles laid down in the current manual for firefighting training and the 1988 edition of the guideline for drawing up muster lists is no longer possible without making cuts.
The "Manual for Ship Safety Service Training" introduced herewith, which replaces the two manuals respectively for lifeboat training and firefighting training, was therefore totally revised and matched to current technology as well as current legislation and standards. It is intended as the basis for the initial training and the continuation training on board and in the shoreside training establishments, and also as reference book for the practitioner.
The manual is at the same time intended to stimulate repeated critical examination of the conditions on board every ship, and familiarisation with any existing deviations due e.g. to the numbers and composition of the crew, or to technical or operational peculiarities of the vessel. Publications such as this gain and retain their relevance by virtue of the continuous review based on experience gained in the course of the regular exercises on board and from emergencies. Critical comments from experiences at sea are therefore always welcome. At this point we wish to thank all those who have contributed to the manual most sincerely for their valuable contributions. Sincere thanks are also due to those who helped with the procurement of the illustrations and the technical information. Hamburg, February 1996 See-Berufsgenossenschaft
Note On every ship, the operating instructions for all appliances and installations on board are assembled in an orderly manner for the ship safety service and are available to the crew in a generally accessible place. Together with a copy of this manual they constitute the internationally required training manual in accordance with Regulation III/51 of the SOLAS Convention.
Additional info: This Manual Comprises the Training Manual (SOLAS Regulation III/51) and the Survival Manual (IMO Resolution A.657 (16))

Contents

Manual for Ship Safety Service
Training
Preface
1. Ship Safety Service - Fundamental Principles .....................
1.1. Organisation of ship safety service on board .............. .
1.1.1 Definition ...................................................
1.1.2 Firemen and lifeboatmen ......................................
1.1.3 Muster list ..................................................
1.1.4 Organisation on board ........................................
1.1.5 Command unit (CU)...........................................
1.1.6 Defense unit (DU) .............................................
1.1.7 Support unit (SU) ..............................................
1.1.8 Additional units ..............................................
1.2 The formation of units with small crews ...........................
1.2.1 Fundamental principles - Regulations - Problems - Suggested solutions
1.2.2 Safety organisation and document of safe manning ..................
1.2.3 Examples of the safety service organisation with small crews .........
1.3 Fire protection and safety plan ...................................
1.4 Training manual...............................................
2. Fire Protection - Basic Principle ......................
2.1 Oxidation - Combustion - Fire ........................
2.2 Combustion process ................................
2.2.1 Combustible substances .............................
2.2.2 Oxygen ...........................................
2.2.3 Ignition temperature ................................
2.2.4 Flammability ranges - Proportions of ingredients ........
2.2.5 Forms in which fire appears ..........................
2.3 Deflagration - Explosion - Detonation .................
2.4 Heat; Heat transfer - Heat build-up - Spontaneous ignition
2.5 Classes of fires .....................................
2.6 Small - Medium - Large fire ..........................
2.7 Materials .........................................
2.8 Preventive fire protection ............................
2.8.1 Structural fire protection .............................
2.8.2 Operational fire protection ...........................
2.9 Defensive fire protection .............................
2.9.1 Fire boundaries ....................................
2.9.2 Extinguishing fires ..................................
2.9.3 Extinction mechanisms ..............................
2.10 Extinguishants .....................................
2.10.1 Extinguishant water ...................................
2.10.2 Extinguishant foam ....................................
2.10.3 Extinguishant powder ..................................
2.10.4 Extinguishant carbon dioxide (CO2) ......................
2.10.5 Extinguishant sand - Sawdust soaked in soda - Dry substances
2.11 Danger to personnel - Accident prevention when fighting fires
2.12 Fires in ship operation ..................................
2.12.1 Fires in accommodation spaces ..........................
2.12.2 Fires in the cargo area ..................................
2.12.3 Fires in the cargo area of oil, gas or chemical tankers ........
2.12.4 Engine room fires .....................................
2.12.5 Fires as the consequence of explosions in the cargo area or in
operational compartments ..............................
3. Fire Defense Appliances and Systems on Board ............
3.1 Regulations - Approvals ................................
3.2 Reporting fire - Alarms .................................
3.2.1 Fire alarm systems .....................................
3.2.2 Fire alarm raised by persons .............................
3.2.3 Alarm systems ........................................
3.2.4 Alarm systems for operational compartments ...............
3.3 Fire extinguishing appliances ...........................
3.3.1 Portable fire extinguishers ..............................
3.3.2 Powder extinguishers ..................................
3.3.3 Carbon dioxide extinguishers ............................
3.3.4 Transportable fire extinguishing appliance .................
3.4 Fire extinguishing systems ..............................
3.4.1 Water fire extinguishing systems .........................
3.4.2 Sprinkler systems .....................................
3.4.3 Water-spraying systems for manual operation ..............
3.4.4 High-pressure water-spraying systems ....................
3.4.5 Foam fire extinguishing system for tankers ................
3.4.6 Combined CO2 fire extinguishing and smoke detection system
3.4.7 Powder fire extinguishing system ........................
3.5 Firemans outfit........................................
3.5.1 Firemans outfit according to SOLAS ......................
3.5.2 Fire protection clothing .................................
3.5.3 Heat protective suit ....................................
3.6 Breathing apparates....................................
3.6.1 Compressed-air breathing apparates .....................
3.6.2 Emergency escape breathing apparates. ...................
3.7 Gas measuring instruments .............................
3.7.1 Gas detectors .......................
3.7.2 Gas concentration meters - Explosimeters
3.8 Recommended additional equipment ...
3.8.1 Case for face mask ..................
3.8.2 Lifeline bag ........................
3.8.3 Tool bag ...........................
3.8.4 Metal hose bandage ..................
3.8.5 Hose clasp ..........................
3.8.6 Hydroshield .........................
3.9 Storing the fire defense gear ...........
3.10 Maintenance of fire defense gear .......
3.10.1 Hoses ..............................
3.10.2 Fire extinguishers ....................
4. Conduct during Fire Exercises and in an Fire Emergency
4.1 Fire risk and fire prevention .........................
4.2 Fire prevention - Individual conduct ..................
4.2.1 Conduct during time off work........................
4.2.2 Conduct at work ..................................
4.3 Defensive fire protection ............................
4.3.1 Definitions .......................................
4.3.2 Basic principles ...................................
4.3.3 Leadership .......................................
4.3.4 Extinction tactics ..................................
4.3.5 Extinction technique ...............................
4.4 Structure of the defense unit in case of fire defense ......
4.5 The defense unit gear on fire defense .................
4.6 Service by the units in emergency ....................
4.6.1 Conduct in the event of a general emergency alarm .....
4.6.2 Check whether everyone is present...................
4.6.3 VHF radiotelephone for internal communication ........
4.6.4 Instructions from the Head of operations ..............
4.6.5 The defense unit as rescue unit. ......................
4.6.6 The defense unit on defensive fire protection ...........
4.7 Establishing the. closed-down state ...................
4.8 Fire defense training on board .......................
4.8.1 Basic principles ...................................
4.8.2 Psychological problems .............................
4.8.3 Exercise objectives ................................
4.8.4 Training the individual .............................
Service distance ...................................
Target region......................................
4.8.5 Training the unit ............................
4.8.6 Leadership training ..........................
4.8.7 Fire defense training and exercises - Organisation
4.8.8 Types of exercise ............................
4.8.9 Example of a fire defense exercise ..............
5. Life-Saving Appliances
Description of Appliances Installations and Gear
5.1 Personal life-saving appliances...................
5.1.1 Survival suit ..................................
5.1.2 Rigid life jacket ...............................
5.1.3 Inflatable life jacket............................
5.1.4 Work vest ....................................
5.1.5 Thermal protective aids ........................
5.2 Lifeboats and rescue boats ......................
5.2.1 Lifeboats .....................................
5.2.2 Rescue boats .................................
5.3 Liferafts......................................
5.3.1 Inflatable liferaft ..............................
5.4 Liferaft release device ..........................
5.5 Inflatable boats................................
5.6 Lifeboats and liferafts ..........................
5.6.1 Equipment and fittings .........................
5.6.2 List of equipment and fittings ....................
5.6.3 Illustrations ...................................
5.7 Propulsion systems ............................
5.7.1 Diesel engine .................................
5.7.2 Outboard engines .............................
5.8 Launching appliances ..........................
5.8.1 Davits and accessories .........................
Gravity-type davit .............................
Single pivot davit..............................
Roller track davit ..............................
Tricing pendants and bowsing tackles ............
Boat lashings .................................
5.8.2 Liferaft launching crane ........................
5.8.3 Free-fall launching appliance ....................
5.9 Lifebuoys ....................................
5.10 Radio life-saving appliances .....................
5.10.1 Emergency position indicating radio beacons (EPIRB)
5.10.2 Radar transponder for search and rescue ..........
5.10.3 Portable two way VHF radiotelephone apparatus . . .
5.11 Pyrotechnic distress signals ....................
5.12 Line-throwing apparatus ......................
5.13 Helicopter rescue sling - Buoyant stretcher .......
5.14 Organisation of search and rescue operations at sea
6. Handling/Operation of Life-Saving Appliances and Installations
6.1 Personal life-saving appliances.............................
6.1.1 Survival suit ............................................
6.1.2 Life jacket ..............................................
6.1.3 Thermal protective aids ..................................
6.2 Survival craft ............................................
6.2.1 Preparing and launching lifeboats ...........................
6.2.2 Preparing and launching liferafts ............................
6.3 Survival craft propulsion systems .............................
6.3.1 Diesel engines ...........................................
6.3.2 Petrol outboard engines ...................................
6.3.3 Maintenance and checking of propulsion systems ..............
6.4 Sea anchors .............................................
6.5 Pyrotechnic distress signals ................................
6.6 Lifebuoy ................................................
6.7 Line throwing apparatus ...................................
6.8 Radio life-saving appliances ................................
6.8.1 Emergency position indicating radio beacon (EPIRB)............
6.8.2 Radar transponder for search and rescue .....................
6.8.3 Portable two way VHF radiotelephone apparatus. ..............
6.9 Distress signals .........................................
7. Conduct during Lifeboat Exercises and in Emergency
Preliminary remarks ............................
7.1 Handling lifeboats and liferafts ...................
7.1.1 On board .....................................
7.1.2 Embarking ....................................
7.1.3 Launching and casting off .......................
7.1.4 Launching and recovery with the ship under way ....
7.1.5 Running lifeboats ...............................
7.2 Survival in distress ..............................
7.2.1 Conduct at the scene of the accident ...............
7.2.2 Conduct in the survival craft .....................
7.2.3 Rescue by helicopter ............................
7.3 Rescue of castaways ............................
7.3.1 Man overboard ................................
7.3.2 Picking up castaways ...........................
7.3.3 Treatment of castaways .............................................
7.4 Hypothermia and its treatment ......................................
7.4.1 Hypothermia .....................................................
7.4.2 Treatment of hypothermia ..........................................
7.5 Abandon ship in case of emergency...................................
7.6 Sea distress alarm - Pyrotechnic distress signals ........................
7.7 Sea distress alarm and bringing up rescue craft by means of radio equipment
7.8 Maintenance and repair ............................................
8. Closing Remarks
9. Appendix ....................................................
9.1 Regulations important to the ship safety service on board ............
9.2 Data concerning solid and liquid combustible substances (Table 1) .....
9.3 Upper and lower flammability limits (Table 2) ......................
9.4 Symbols for fire protection plans according to IMO-Resolution A. 654 (16)
and DIN 0087903-2............................................
9. 5 Engine room fires.............................................
9. 6 Obsolescent plant and appliances................................
9. 6. 1 Obsolescent plant and appliances for use in boats...................
9. 6. 2 Obsolescent plant and appliances for fire defense...................

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Looks pretty good, Quality: eBook - love it, year - 1996, i don't really think a lot has changed recently, thanks bro for it. So 1996 should be ok.
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I looked everywhere on the internet for this manual, and as always, found it here. hank you for the upload !
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