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CSSF Guide to Safe Container Ship Operations


Year: 2019
Language: english
Author: Container Ship Safety Forum e.V.
Genre: Guide
Publisher: Container Ship Safety Forum e.V.
Edition: 1
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 57
Description: The industry association Container Ship Safety Forum (CSSF) published its first Guide to Safe Container Ship Operations to improve the existing safety measures, providing practices and procedures for safe container ship operations.
Additional info: #Chapter 1
The chapter focuses on policies and management commitment; The company should implement policies and procedures that contain clear leadership and commitment from the highest levels of management to achieve the company’s performance objectives.
#Chapter 2
The chapter focuses on personnel (shore-based and seagoing); The company should have procedures in place to ensure that the management of the fleet is fully supported by shore-based personnel who are competent to carry out their duties and responsibilities.
#Chapter 3
The chapter is about safety management; The company should have a competent SMS that promotes the company’s safety goals, also identifying the most significant risks to crew members or others who may work on board the ship or be affected by shipboard activities. The SMS should promote learning from incidents to achieve continual improvement in the company’s safety performance.
#Chapter 4
The chapter focuses on navigation and bridge management; The company should have formal procedures ensuring that a vessel can be safely voyaged. The procedures should be sufficiently comprehensive to provide guidance on how the company’s expectations will be met.
#Chapter 5
The chapter is about mooring, anchoring and towing operations; The company should have formal procedures in place to ensure that mooring, anchoring and towing operations are effectively and safely managed.
#Chapter 6
The chapter focuses on cargo operations; The company should implement formal procedures to ensure that cargo is safely loaded, stowed, secured and discharged. The procedures should be written to ensure that appropriate equipment is provided and maintained to facilitate the safe carriage of cargo and that the officers responsible for cargo operations are adequately trained and competent to carry out their tasks and responsibilities.
#Chapter 7
The chapter is about maintenance and reliability; All vessels under the company should be operating safely, efficiently and reliably. Maintenance and reliability procedures should include guidance on the identification and maintenance of critical and non-critical equipment, periodic checks, tests and inspection, overhaul and performance monitoring.
#Chapter 8
The chapter focuses on emergency preparedness procedures to ensure that all companies are capable to respond to emergency situations involving managed vessels. The procedures must include plans to prepare for emergencies and a schedule for drills and exercises.

Contents

Introduction .......................................................................................... 4
Chapter 1: Policies and Management Commitment ............................. 7
Chapter 2: Personnel (shore-based and seagoing) .............................. 11
Chapter 3: Management of Safety ...................................................... 19
Chapter 4: Navigation and Bridge Management ................................. 26
Chapter 5: Mooring, Anchoring and Towing Operations ..................... 31
Chapter 6: Cargo Operations ............................................................... 35
Chapter 7: Maintenance and Reliability .............................................. 44
Chapter 8: Emergency Preparedness .................................................. 51

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