1. FIRE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE

1.1 Emergency Alarms
1.2 Emergency Communications
1.3 Emergency Procedures
1.4 Emergency Actions

2. SAFETY AND SECURITY

2.1 General
2.3 Personnel and Vehicular Access

 

2.2 Port and Terminal Security

3. PRE-ARRIVAL COMMUNICATIONS

3.1 ETA Advice
3.2 Pre-arrival Exchange Information

4. ARRIVAL OFF PORT

4.1 Berth Approach
4.2 Pilotage

 

5. BERTHING AND MOORING

5.1 General Description of Berth
5.3 Tugs and Towage
5.5 Provision of Ship/Shore Access

 

5.2 Berth Limitations
5.4 Mooring

6. COMMUNICATIONS WHILE BERTHED

6.1 General
6.2 Ship/Shore Safety Checklist and Operational Agreement
6.3 Communications During Cargo Transfer

7. OPERATIONS ALONGSIDE

7.1 General
7.3 Cargo Handling Facilities
7.5 Cargo Transfer Rate
7.7 Environmental Criteria for Suspending Operations
7.9 Tugs, Boats and Craft Alongside
7.11 Ballasting
7.13 Potable Water

 

7.2 Gangways, Hoses / Loading Arms Connections & Disconnections
7.4 Precaution for Loading/Discharge (Splash Loading)
7.6 Checks on Quantities Transferred
7.8 Delivery/Handling of Ship.s Store
7.10 Garbage Reception Facilities
7.12 Deballasting

8. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

8.1 Vessel Vetting Requirement
8.3 Use of Matches and Lighters
8.5 Portable Electrical Equipment and Mobile Phones
8.7 Electrical Storms
8.2 Smoking
8.4 Drug and Alcohol Policy
8.6 Adverse Weather

9. APPLICABLE TERMINAL REGULATIONS

9.1 Tank Inspections, Ullaging and
Sampling
9.3 Closed Operations
9.5 Maintenance and Repair Work on
Board
9.7 Tank Cleaning and Gas Freeing

9.2 Tank Entry
9.4 State of Readiness of Main Engines
9.6 Hot Work on Board

10. POLUTION PREVENTION

10.1 Causes of Pollution
10.3 Scuppers
10.5 Unused Cargo/Bunker Connections
10.7 Drip Pans and Trays
10.9 Adequate Deck Watch

10.2 Emergency Oil Pollution Clean-up
10.4 Water freeing Deck
10.6 Overboard Valves and Sea Valves
10.8 Oil Absorbing Material