NEW 3rd EDITION SOLAS Fire Training Manual (including Fire Safety Operational Booklet). Company News. The new (English) edition. As required by SOLAS Chapter II-2 Regs. 15 (Fire Training Manual) and 16 (Fire Safety Operations). Our Fire Training Manual has been specifically prepared for. Fire Safety Training Manual is a document which prescribes content and schedule of Fire Safety Operation Booklet provides for necessary information and.
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SOLAS Fire Training Manual (including Fire Safety Operational Booklet) – 3rd Edition
The revised chapter II-2 provides for new requirements: The LSA maintenance iperational provides all the necessary information to establish and maintain an effective maintenance system for the Life Saving Appliances available on board. Water based systems with manual release in continuously manned spaces, automatic and manual released in unattended machinery spaces, operating time 20 minutes.
It is designed to provide all the necessary instructions and information needed by the crew for general safety on board involving the use of life-saving appliances.
Due to this regulation, all vessels must carry ship-specific plans and procedures for recovery of persons from the water. Plan is developed in line with IMO Requirements and common marine practice. It includes information regarding crew responsibility. Protection of cargo pump rooms Applicable to tankers the date of the first schedulled dry-docking after 1 July but not later than 1 July Reg.
It includes installed fire protection systems and fire-fighting systems and appliances: Fixed local application fire fighting systems Applicable to passenger ships of GT and upwards not later than 1 October Reg.
The plans and procedures under this regulation must be considered as part of the emergency preparedness plan required by paragraph 8 of the ISM Code. The above information are written in easily understandable terms and illustrated.
Scope of this plan is to provide guidance on the use of all the Fire Safety systems onboard.
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These procedures should be implemented by the crew in time of emergency towing and shall be based on the existing arrangements and equipment on board the vessel. Training Manual Applicable to ships constructed before 1 July at the first survey after 1 July Reg.
The following basic principles have been adhered to in the drafting: Cargo ships In accommodation spaces, at least two EEBDs In machinery spaces, number depending on the arrangement and on the number of persons working in but is not less than one at each exit and one in the Engine Control Room Passenger Ships In accommodation spaces, four EEBDs in each main fire zone if the ships carries more than 36 passengers two EEBDs in each main fire zone if the ship carries 36 passengers or less.
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The ship-specific emergency towing procedures booklet is considered as part of the emergency preparedness required by the ISM code. There is currently no requirement calling for the approval of these three documents. Chapter II-2 has been revised to take into account the all the amendments brought sola the original textto make it user friendly and to incorporate new techniques.
This plan is required for all vessels carrying cargoes which need securing. Fire main, fire pumps, hydrants, hoses nozzle, international shore connections, fixed fire detection and alarm systems, fixed fire-extinguishing systems, other fire extinguishing appliances, automatic sprinkler, fire detection and fire alarm systems, ventilation systems, emergency shut down of fuel oil supply, fire doors, general emergency alarm system, EEBDs, portable fire extinguishers, fire-fighter’s outfits, low-location lighting and public address systems, inert gas system, deck foam systems, fire safety arrangements in cargo pump room and flammable gas detectors.
Mantenance Plan Applicable to ships constructed before 1 July at the first survey after 1 July Reg.
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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. For ships carrying dangerous goods and flammable bulk cargoes, the booklet also provides reference to the pertinent fire-fighting and emergency cargo handling instruction Code of Safe Practice for Solid Bulk Cargoes, International Gas carrier Code, International Bulk Chemical Code and International Maritime Dangeroos Gas Code, as appropriate.
This manual is designed to provide effective training and all the necessary information needed for efficient safety measures to be implemented in case of incidents involving fire on board.
Equipment which is intended to be used and the measures to be followed for recovery purposes must be identified.
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Fire safety precautions for handling general cargoes are explained. It involves procedures for cargo units, including containers, that shall be stowed and secured throughout the voyage. In machinery spaces, number depending on the arrangement and on the number of persons working in but is not less than one at each exit asfety one in the Engine Control Room.
The provisions for interlocking lighting and venting which are provided in the regulation do not apply to existing tankers. Located in machinery spaces of category A to protect fire hazard portions hot spots, leak potential areas of engines, solaw fronts, incinerators, purifier for heated fuel oil with the aim of quickly fighting a fight on its origin and to avoid or delay the use of the fixed fire fighting system.