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ISGOTT, 6th Edition International Safety Guide for Oil Tankers and Terminals


Year: 2020
Language: english
Author: Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF)
Genre: Technical book
Publisher: Witherby Seamanship
Edition: 6th
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages
Pages count: 450
Description: ISGOTT was first published in 1978 by combining the Tanker Safety Guide (Petroleum) published by the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and the International Oil Tanker and Terminal Safety Guide published on behalf of the Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF). This Sixth Edition updates and replaces the 2006 Fifth Edition and has been reviewed by OCIMF and ICS together with the International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH). Support has also been provided by other industry associations, including INTERTANKO, the Society of International Gas Tanker and Terminal Operators (SIGTTO) and the Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF), as well as specialists in topics such as human factors.
The authors believe that ISGOTT continues to provide the best technical guidance on oil tanker and terminal operations. All operators are urged to ensure that the recommendations in this Sixth Edition are fully understood and are incorporated in safety management systems and procedures.
This new edition covers a range of topical issues including gas detection, the toxicity and the toxic effects of petroleum products (including benzene and hydrogen sulphide), the generation of static electricity and stray currents, fire protection and the growing use of mobile electronic technology.
In addition, the opportunity was taken to include new topics or to significantly reappraise topics previously covered that have undergone a shift in emphasis since the Fifth Edition. These include:
•Enclosed space entry •Human factors
•Safety Management Systems (SMSs), including complementary tools and processes such as permits to work, risk assessment, Lock-out/Tag-out (LO/TO), Stop Work Authority (SWA) and their linkage to the underlying principles of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code
•Marine terminal administration and the critical importance of the tanker/terminal interface
•Alternative and emerging technologies
•Bunkering operations, including the use of alternative fuels such as Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)
•Cargo inspections •Alignment with OCIMF’s recently revised Mooring Equipment Guidelines •Maritime security and linkage to both the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code and industry’s maritime security Best Management Practices (BMP).
The Ship/Shore Safety and Bunkering Operations Checklists have also been completely revised to reflect changes in the understanding of the impact of human factors in their effective use.
The Sixth Edition retains the four-section format of:
•General Information
•Tanker Information
•Terminal Information
•Ship/Shore (Tanker/Terminal) Interface.
However, the layout has been significantly improved to make the book easier to navigate, with the addition of coloured sections and tabs. The text is supported throughout with new and updated illustrations.

Contents

Chapter 1 Basic Properties and Hazards of Petroleum
• Vapour pressure
• Flammability
• Density of hydrocarbon gases Toxicity
• Pyrophoric iron sulphide
• The hazards associated with handling, storing and carrying residual fuel oils
Chapter 2 Gas Evolution and Measurement
• Hydrocarbon gas evolution and dispersion
• Loading very high vapour pressure cargoes
• Volatile Organic Compounds Gas measurement
• Sampling
• Fixed hydrocarbon gas detection systems
Chapter 3 Static Electricity
• Principles of electrostatics
• General precautions against electrostatic hazards
• Other possible sources of electrostatic hazards
Chapter 4 Managing Hazards and Risks for Ship and Terminal
• Management system
• Risk management
• Stop Work Authority Lock-out/Tag-out
• Control of hazardous energy
• Simultaneous Operations
• Permit to work systems
• Personal safety
• Preventing fire and explosion Control of potential ignition sources
• Electrical equipment and installations in hazardous areas
• Portable electrical and electronic equipment
• Communications equipment
• Tools
Chapter 5 Fire Proctection
• Theory of firefighting
• Types of fire and appropriate extinguishing agents
• Extinguishing agents
• Portable fire extinguishers International shore fire connection
• Water borne firefighting equipment
• Protective clothing
• Automatic fire detection systems
Chapter 6 Security
• General
• Threat and risk assessment
• Security risk assessments
• Cyber safety and security
• Security plans
• Responsibilities under the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code
Chapter 7 Human Factors
• General
• Identification and analysis of Safety Critical Tasks Design
• Risk assessment Procedures Leadership
• Confidence to stop work or speak up Fatigue
• Manning levels
• Individual training, experience and competence Practising team skills
• Human factors in investigation and learning
Chapter 8 Alternative and Emerging Technologies
• Definition
• Examples
• Due diligence process
Chapter 9 Management of Safety and Emergencies
• The International Safety Management (ISM)
• Code Safety Management Systems
• Work planning and permit to work systems
• Hot work
• Electric welding equipment
• Other hazardous tasks
• Management of contractors
• Managing Simultaneous Operations
• Hazards on ships with exposed transverse frames
• Repairs at a facility other than a shipyard
• Shipboard emergency management
Chapter 10 Enclosed Spaces
• Introduction to enclosed space entry safety
• Safety management for entering enclosed spaces
• Identifying enclosed spaces
• The hazards of enclosed space atmospheres
• General precautions
• Authorisation of entry
• Requirements for enclosed space entry
• Precautions during entry into enclosed spaces
• Work in enclosed spaces
• Entering enclosed spaces with atmospheres known or suspected to be unsafe
• Rescue and evacuation from enclosed spaces
• Cargo pump room entry precautions
• Respiratory Protective Equipment
Chapter 11 Shipboard Systems
• Fixed Inert Gas systems
• Venting systems
• Cargo and ballast systems
• Power and propulsion systems
• Vapour recovery systems
• Volatile Organic Compound recovery systems
• Stern loading and discharging arrangements
Chapter 12 Shipboard Operations
• Cargo operations
• Stability, stress, trim and sloshing considerations
• Tank cleaning
• Gas freeing
• Crude Oil Washing
• Ballast operations
• Cargo leaks into double hull tanks
• Cargo measurement, ullaging, dipping and sampling
• Transfers between ships
• Personnel transfer
• Liquefied Natural Gas fuelled ship alongside a terminal Lifting equipment
Chapter 13 Carrying and Storing Hazardous Materials
• Liquefied gases
• Ship’s stores
• Cargo and bunker samples
• Other materials
• Packaged cargoes
Chapter 14 Special Ship Types
• Combination carriers
PART 3 Marine Terminal Information
Chapter 15 Marine Terminal Administration
• Marine Terminal Information System
• Documentation
Chapter 16 Marine Terminal Operations
• Limiting conditions for operations
• Electrical storms
• Double banking
• Tanker/terminal access
• Over the tide cargo operations
• Operations where the tanker is not always afloat
• Generation of pressure surges in pipelines
• Reduction of pressure surge hazard
• Hot work in hazardous areas in terminals
• Pigging
Chapter 17 Marine Terminal Systems and Equipment
• Electrical equipment
• Lifting equipment
• Lighting
• Tanker/terminal electrical isolation
• Earthing and bonding practice in the terminal
Chapter 18 Cargo Transfer Equipment
• Marine Loading Arms
• Cargo hoses
• Vapour Emission Control Systems
• Cargo transfer drainage and containment
• Emergency Shutdown systems
Chapter 19 Marine Terminal Fire Protection
• Marine terminal fire protection
• Alarm and signalling systems
• Detection and alarm systems at terminals
• Firefighting equipment
• Access for firefighting services
Chapter 20 Emergency Preparedness and Evacuation
• Overview
• Hierarchy of emergency scenarios
• Terminal emergency planning – plan components and procedures
• Spill response plan
• Emergency evacuation and personnel escape routes
• Training for emergencies and emergency exercises
• Emergency removal of tanker from berth
PART 4 Ship/Shore (Tanker/Terminal) Interface
Chapter 21 Communications
• Procedures and precautions
• Pre-arrival exchange of information
• Pre-berthing exchange of information
• Pre-transfer conference
• Agreed loading plan
• Agreed discharge plan
• Agreement to carry out repairs
Chapter 22 Mooring and Berthing
• Mooring safety
• Security of moorings
• Preparations for arrival
• Berthing at jetty berths
• Berthing at buoy moorings
Chapter 23 Tanker and Terminal Precautions for Cargo Operations
• External openings in superstructures
• Central air conditioning and ventilation systems
• Openings in cargo tanks
• Inspecting a tanker’s cargo tanks before loading
• Marine cargo inspectors
• Tanker and terminal cargo connections
• Spills and leaks
• Firefighting while the ship is alongside a terminal
• Firefighting while in proximity to other ships
• Notices
• Manning requirements
Control of vehicles and other equipment Helicopter operations
Chapter 23 Bunkering Operation
• General
• Bunkering residual fuel oil or distillates
• Liquefied Natural Gas fuelled ships and Liquefied Natural Gas bunkering
• Ancillary substances Alternative fuels Bunker checklists
• Liquefied Natural Gas bunkering safety checklists
Chapter 25 The Ship/Shore Safety Checklist
• General
• Composition of the Ship/Shore Safety Checklist
• Example safety letter
• Instructions for completing the Ship/Shore
• Safety Checklist

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procaptain 22-Jul-2020 14:17
Firstly thank you very much, it seems you reduced quality to reduce size. It is readable but If you distribute one good quality version, I would like to download it.
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