Form ECY050-38 "Cargo and Passenger Vessel Boarding Checklist - Full Version" - Washington

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WASHINGTON STATE
Department of Ecology
Spill Prevention, Preparedness and Response Program
Prevention Section
P.O. Box 47600, Olympia, WA 98504-7600
Office Phone: (360) 407-7455, Fax: (360) 407-7288 or toll free 1-800-664-9184
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BOARDING CHECKLIST
IMO / LLOYD’S NO.
NAME OF VESSEL
DATE
LOCATION OF INSPECTION
 PORT SIDE TO
 STBD SIDE TO
 AT ANCHOR
PORT: _________________________
 IN DRYDOCK
FLAG
PLACE: ________________________
 AGROUND
Latitude: _____ Longitude: ______
 UNDERWAY
NAME OF MASTER/ ATTENDING PERSONNEL
INSPECTED BY
______________________________________________________
______________________
______________________________________________________
______________________
______________________________________________________
______________________
COMMENTS
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
BUNKERING?
YES
NO
PREVIOUSLY BOARDED?
YES
NO
Department of Ecology inspectors use this Boarding Checklist to evaluate vessel operating and management conditions to
determine if such conditions pose a substantial risk to the marine environment or public health and safety.
ECY 050-38 (rev. 1/17)
January 2017
If you need this document in a format for the visually impaired, call the Spills Program at 360-407-7455. Persons with hearing loss can
call 711 for Washington Relay Service. Persons with a speech disability can call 877-833-6341.
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WASHINGTON STATE
Department of Ecology
Spill Prevention, Preparedness and Response Program
Prevention Section
P.O. Box 47600, Olympia, WA 98504-7600
Office Phone: (360) 407-7455, Fax: (360) 407-7288 or toll free 1-800-664-9184
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BOARDING CHECKLIST
IMO / LLOYD’S NO.
NAME OF VESSEL
DATE
LOCATION OF INSPECTION
 PORT SIDE TO
 STBD SIDE TO
 AT ANCHOR
PORT: _________________________
 IN DRYDOCK
FLAG
PLACE: ________________________
 AGROUND
Latitude: _____ Longitude: ______
 UNDERWAY
NAME OF MASTER/ ATTENDING PERSONNEL
INSPECTED BY
______________________________________________________
______________________
______________________________________________________
______________________
______________________________________________________
______________________
COMMENTS
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
BUNKERING?
YES
NO
PREVIOUSLY BOARDED?
YES
NO
Department of Ecology inspectors use this Boarding Checklist to evaluate vessel operating and management conditions to
determine if such conditions pose a substantial risk to the marine environment or public health and safety.
ECY 050-38 (rev. 1/17)
January 2017
If you need this document in a format for the visually impaired, call the Spills Program at 360-407-7455. Persons with hearing loss can
call 711 for Washington Relay Service. Persons with a speech disability can call 877-833-6341.
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INITIAL BOARDING INFORMATION
Initial observations:
Gangway arrangement safe?
Y
N
Mooring arrangement adequate?
Y
N
Ship aware of visit?
Y
N
Agent present? Y
N
Agent Name:
Verify flag
Owner/operator per Master’s documentation: _________________________
_________________
Verify class
Source documentation: __________________________________________
_________________
With
2.0
CERTIFICATES (Optional)
Agent
International Loadline Certificate (ILC)
Issue date:
Expiry date:
Full Term
Interim
Conditional
Provisional
Ship Safety Equipment Certificate (SEC)
Issue date:
Expiry date:
Full Term
Interim
Conditional
Provisional
[SOLAS requirement]
Issue date:
Expiry date:
Ship Safety Construction Certificate (SCC)
Full Term
Interim
Conditional
Provisional
[SOLAS requirement]
Issue date:
Expiry date:
International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate (IOPP)
Full Term
Interim
Conditional
Provisional
OWS Throughput: ____________
Incinerator Capacity ___________
International Air Pollution Prevention Certificate (IAPP)
Issue date:
Expiry date:
Full Term
Interim
Conditional
Provisional
International Sewage Pollution Prevention Certificate
Issue date:
Expiry date:
(ISPP)
Full Term
Interim
Conditional
Provisional
Safe Manning Certificate (SMC) (Non-US)
Issued by:
Issue date:
Expiry date:
Certificate of Inspection (COI) (US)
Deficiencies (if applicable)
Port State Control (PSC) Vessel Exam Results:
Last Port visited:
Date of last exam:
Port State inspector:
SOPEP?
Y
N
[See 4.8 for Contingency Plan Field Document requirements]
Quarterly drills conducted and logged?
Y
N
Vessel General Permit (VGP)
ISM Certificates
DOC
SMC
Inspections done:
Y
N
Issue Date:
Non-conformities:
Y
N
Issued By:
Issued To:
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PERSONNEL
Ref: SOLAS, Ch. V and V/14, reg. 13; IMO Resolution A.1047 (27)
3.1
VESSEL CREWING
Principles of Minimum Safe Manning, ISM Code, par. 6.2; 46 CFR
IMO SAFE MANNING CERTIFICATE
15.415
REQUIREMENT/COI FOR US FLAG
Crewed below IMO Safe Manning Certificate (SMC)
1
3.1.1
A
requirements.
2
Crewing meets SMC requirements, but crew not
3.1.2
C
fully STCW compliant.
3
Vessel is crewed in accordance with the
3.1.3
requirements of the vessels' flag state. Crew
members should be certified in accordance with
STCW '2010 for the position they are filling.
4
Additional trained and rested personnel available to
Examples: junior third mate or radio officer assist master with
3.1.4
paperwork, additional engineers on a UMS vessel to assist with
meet routine workload requirements.
maneuvering or bunkering, or length of contract rotations
5
Operator uses pool of dedicated fleet employees for
Some manning companies work for many operating companies and
3.1.5
place crew randomly as positions open up
crewing purposes.
Ref: STCW; GMDSS
3.2
COMMUNICATIONS
3.2.1 English Proficiency
Ref: STCW Code A-II/1 & A-III/1 deck & eng. officers; 33 CFR 26.07
maintain radio listening watch; 33 CFR 161.12(b) VTS.
Evaluate through conversation and interviews
1
Circle: Master, Chief Officer, Second Officer, Third Officer
Individual Deck Officers have poor English
3.2.1.1
communication ability.
B
2
Officer Ranks:
At least one Deck and Engineering Officer are able
3.2.1.2
to clearly understand and speak in English. Not all
C
Sufficient proficiency includes ability to convey intentions/actions via
Deck and Engineering Officers are sufficiently
standard marine communication phrases at a minimum
proficient in English to perform responsibilities.
3
All officers who are required to communicate with
3.2.1.3
Able to read and speak in English and clearly communicate ship
pilots, persons ashore, and other vessels, are
safety and operational information internally and externally to other
sufficiently proficient in the English language to
ships and groups
accomplish their duties safely
All Officers proficient in English. Only English is
4
Conversational English ability evident
3.2.1.4
used on the bridge while pilot is embarked.
5
Talk with crewmembers upon boarding and during inspection.
Entire crew proficient in English.
3.2.1.5
Ref: SOLAS, Ch. II-1, reg. 26 (’96 amendments); ISM Code par. 6.6
3.2.2 Common Language
SMS Language:
Common Language:
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Master’s and/or Crew’s SMS language ability
3.2.2.1
B
inadequate.
Manuals, instructions, signs and/or documents
2
3.2.2.2
C
needed for the crew to perform their responsibilities
List Items:
are written in a language which they are unable to
adequately read and understand.
A common spoken and written working language is
3
Interview crew, the common designated language should be
3.2.2.3
understood by ALL.
designated on board vessels with multi-national
crews. All manuals, instructions, and placards on
vessels with multi-national crews are printed in the
designated common language understood by all
crewmembers.
4
English is the SMS language and is understood by
3.2.2.4
the officers and crew.
Manuals, Instructions, Placards, Signs, Documents
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Review operator SMS documents
3.2.2.5
observed are in both crews’ common language and
English, as appropriate.
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3.3
FITNESS
Ref: STCW Code A-VIII/1; 46 CFR 15.705, 15.710 & 15.1111 (US
3.3.1 Work Hours/Fatigue
only)
Signs of excessive fatigue in Master, Chief Engineer
1
Example: Officer contact length of 6-9 months or higher.
3.3.1.1
B
or senior officers.
2
Verify by log entries, records, written policy, posted schedule.
3.3.1.2
Work hour/rest hour records are incomplete or
C
inaccurate.
Work records may either be recorded as work hours or rest hours.
3
Records reflect actual hours worked or rested and
STCW requirements: A seafarer must have a minimum of 10 hours
3.3.1.3
are within STCW requirements.
rest in any 24 hour period and 77 hours in any 7 day period.
Importantly, the 10 hours of rest may only be divided into 2 periods
and one of those periods must be at least 6 hours long. The time
between rest periods may not be longer than 14 hours
Additional officers onboard to handle peak workload
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3.3.1.4
Junior third officer or radio officer on crew list may assist with
times or company has specific policies to ensure
paperwork or watch standing duties.
known causes of fatigue are mitigated.
Examples: crew changes are made to ensure jet lag is addressed,
master can delay sailing or go to anchor to rest crew, bunkering is
not scheduled upon arrival
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3.3.1.5
Officers contracts no more than 4 months, ratings
no more than 6 months.
Ref: RCW 90.56.540 (.06 BAC); 33 CFR 95.020 (.04 BAC); 46 USC
3.3.2 Alcohol and Drug Use/Policy
2302.
Describe onboard policy:
Evidence of drug/alcohol misuse/abuse in
1
3.3.2.1
A
Washington waters.
2
No/inadequate alcohol policy onboard, or alcohol
3.3.2.2
use contrary to expressed policy.
B
Written alcohol policy per CFR or similar, or U.S.
3
No drugs/0.04% BAC limit.
3.3.2.3
Policy posted on board.
46USC2302, 3306, 7701, 33CFR95
"Zero Tolerance" policy for alcohol and drugs.
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33CFR95.001(b)
3.3.2.4
Above criteria is met, plus onboard testing capability
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Device used onboard:
46CFR16
3.3.2.5
for alcohol and drugs, or random testing done.
Testing policy:
3.4
TRAINING
Ref: STCW A-I/14 and A-II/1, par. 6; ISM Code, par. 6.3 and 6.5
3.4.1 Training Program
(Review vessel training manual, logbooks)
Incomplete training program. Familiarization,
1
Missing: Familiarization, Refresher, Job Specific training
3.4.1.1
B
Refresher, or Job Specific training missing.
Job specific training limited to required drills.
2
Limited to firefighting, abandon ship.
3.4.1.2
C
Comprehensive training program includes
3
Training plan should meet all STCW 2010 standards of knowledge,
3.4.1.3
understanding, and proficiency at the management, operational, and
Familiarization, Refresher and Job-Specific training.
support levels.
Training program should include shipboard
management training consistent with the
International Safety Management (ISM) code and
STCW 2010 for all officers.
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Computer based training program Y / N
Program includes a formal plan for comprehensive,
3.4.1.4
continuous multiple subject training.
Program includes Formal Mentoring, Advancement
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.
3.4.1.5
Training, or Shipboard Management.
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Ref: STCW A-I/14 and A-VI/1; ISM Code, par. 6.3
3.4.2 Familiarization
(Review vessel training manual, master handover notes & logs)
Familiarization on Station Bill assignments only.
1
3.4.2.1
B
2
STCW requirement: familiar with assigned shipboard duty, vessel's
Familiarization less than STCW requirements.
3.4.2.2
C
arrangements, installations, equipment, procedures, and
characteristics relevant to routine and emergency duties and
responsibilities
3
Crew members familiar with garbage handling policy, drug and
Familiarization includes all STCW requirements
3.4.2.3
alcohol policy and operation of applicable equipment
(duties and responsibilities during all normal and
emergency situations, and vessel arrangement
familiarization, including escape routes from work
and sleeping spaces) and operator’s SMS
requirements in a language understood by crew
member.
Senior relief personnel overlap if they are new to
4
Period of overlap:
3.4.2.4
vessel or have not sailed in the last year. All
officers write turn over notes for relief.
Relief personnel visit company office for
5
3.4.2.5
familiarization training in SMS before joining vessel.
Ref: SOLAS, Ch. III, reg. 19 and reg. 30 (p/v only); ISM Code, par.
3.4.3 Drills
8.2 and 8.3; 46 CFR 199.180 (US only)
(Review logs & operating manuals)
Drills less often than required by SOLAS and flag
1
SOLAS requirement: monthly firefighting and abandon ship drills,
3.4.3.1
B
plus training in use of life-saving and firefighting appliances and
state or some required drills missing.
survival at sea
Drills meet SOLAS and flag state minimum
2
3.4.3.2
requirements.
Drills include: structural failure, main engine failure, steering
gear failure, electrical power failure, collision, shifting of
Drills meet SOLAS, flag state and ISM
3
3.4.3.3
cargo, fire, cargo jettisoning, flooding, man overboard, entry
requirements. Drills evaluated and reviewed by all
into enclosed spaces, enclosed space rescue, oil spill
crew at conclusion of the drill.
response, serious injury, terrorism, piracy, helicopter
operations, heavy weather, emergency towing.
Vessel has loss of propulsion, loss of steering and
4
3.4.3.4
oil spill notification drills at least 48 hours before
entering WA waters.
Example: Onboard in person training conducted by external training
Additional onboard training drills provided by outside
5
3.4.3.5
company. Ship Management company takes work hours and fatigue
trainers.
into consideration when scheduling this additional training.
Ref: STCW A-I/14, A-II/1 (OIC nav) and A-III/1 (OIC eng)
3.4.4 Job-Specific Training
(Review vessel and company training manual)
No formal program for job-specific training.
1
3.4.4.1
C
Job-specific training done briefly as part of new
2
3.4.4.2
crew familiarization.
Comprehensive on-the-job specific training
3
SMS checklists plus systematic practical training and experience in
3.4.4.3
the tasks, duties and responsibilities
program.
Company has written procedures for identifying and
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3.4.4.4
addressing the training necessary to ensure
personnel are competent in their jobs.
Company has established written procedures to
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3.4.4.5
ensure new crew, or crew members given new
assignments, are given proper familiarization and, if
necessary, job specific training before assuming
new assignments.
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