Structural Damage on Unloading Hatch Coamings and Covers Transverse Side CorrugatedFrames Bulkhead andBracketsHopper Tank Double Bottom
Loading and Unloading Sequences IACS Unified Requirement S1A ‘Additional Requirements for Loading Manuals.....’ Provision of Loading & Unloading Sequences Applicable to New & Existing Bulk Carriers Sequence Step on Loader/Unloader Movement Cargo & Ballast Documented for each Step Draughts & Trim for each Step Maximum SWSF & SWBM for each Step
Loading Sequence Animation Loading in Alternate Holds Based upon Actual Approved Sequences for a Seven Hold Panamax Bulk Carrier 60,300 tonnes of Cargo Loaded; 1st Pass of 25,000 tonnes in four pours 2nd Pass of 14,500 tonnes in seven pours 3rd Pass of 16,300 tonnes in four pours Topping off in end holds with 4,500 tonnes
Bulk Carrier Safety - A Summary Loading & Unloading Factors may have Contributed to Ship Losses Potential Structural Problems during Loading and Unloading have been Identified On-board Loading & Unloading Guidance is being Improved ‘Handle with Care’ - Potential Problems have been Published
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