Effective Management on Safety, Security and Environmental Protection at Sea
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This is our final year project at Myanmar Maritime University.

This is our final year project at Myanmar Maritime University.

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Effective Management on Safety, Security and Environmental Protection at Sea Effective Management on Safety, Security and Environmental Protection at Sea Presentation Transcript

  • Effective Management on Safety, Security and Environmental Protection at Sea
  • Supervisor – Capt. Myint Oo Visiting Lecturer Uniteam Marine Training Centre Our group includes NS-2 Aung Thiha Lin NS-3 Hein Phyo Aung NS-10 Aung San Win NS-22 Kaung Kyaw Htet NS-50 Thet Naing Aung
  • Aim and Objectives The main motive for doing this project on the three topics mentioned above is to specify and analyze the Inevitable every seaman; fresh man or veteran; must face everyday at sea and, of course, to bear in mind “Safe, Secure and Clean Sea ”
  • Safety Management • Nature of safety management -means managing the ship freedom from danger • Commercialization is challenging our safety -frequent conflicts between commercial efficiency and safety • Responsibilities of crew -everybody onboard is their own safety officer
  • RMS Titanic scarified for better watertight bulkheads, lifeboats for all, lifeboat drills, boat crew training, wireless installation on all passenger ships and 24 hour wireless watch keeping. The Evolution of Safety At Sea
  • • Navigation -to utilize all available information an navigational aid s to ensure a safe passage. -monitoring and double-checking of every step in the progress Safety of ship
  • Heavy weather • Heavy weather -how to prepare, alleviate and overcome -aware of GM
  • • prevention is utmost importance • fire drills Fire
  • Stability
  • - everybody should look after his own health and fitness -personal cleanliness -sensible diet -adequate sleep during rest periods -avoidance of alcohol Health and Hygiene
  • Medication • First aid for minor injuries and health problems • Radio medical advices for serious injury • Arrangements for medical treatment ashore
  • Working aloft and overside • Planned and carried in safer ways • Warning notice
  • Entry into enclosed spaces • “Permit-to-work” system • Space tested and secured for entry • Appropriate working dress • Rescuer cautious for his own safety
  • Life Saving Appliances
  • Personal Protective Equipments
  • • Duties of Chief Officer and Junior Officers • the supervision of loading and discharging Safety of Cargo
  • Training for Safety • to provide qualified seamen and assistance to them
  • ISM Code • to help Shipping Companies develop the Safety Management System • is mandatory and provides minimum requirements
  • Security • The state of a shipping company/ vessel/ crew/ port, being or feeling secure; or • The safety of these against terrorism, piracy, and other criminal activities.
  • Security levels • Level 1, normal • Level 2, heightened • Level 3, exceptional
  • Security Officers • SSO; security of the ship; implementation and maintenance of SSP • CSO; carry out SSA and develop SSP • PFSO; development, implementation, revision and maintenance of PFSP
  • Ship Security Assessment (SSA) • essential and integral part of developing and updating SSP • be documented, reviewed, retained, and accepted by the company
  • Ship Security Plan (SSP) • to solve all security issues • Guidance for CSO and SSO • protected from unauthorized access • kept in an electronic format
  • Security Equipments • Locks • Lightings • Metal Detectors • General Alarms, etc
  • Ship Security Alert System
  • Security Actions and Responses • Breach Security • Stowaway • Pilferers
  • Security Actions and Responses • Hijacking • Bomb Threats • Unidentified objects and explosives
  • Case Study •
  • Environmental Protection Pollution -air, water and soil pollution as the consequences of human activities
  • Maritime Pollution • entry of harmful substances into the sea • some sources are land based
  • Pathway of Pollution • direct discharge of waste into the oceans • runoff into the waters due to rain • pollutants that are released from the atmosphere
  • Pollution from Ship
  • General Principles: • No refuse in the sea • No oil or fuel discharge • Do not discharge a sea toilet where it will affect water quality or harm amenity value • Keep toxic chemicals out of the marine environment • Avoid disturbing birds and marine life • Take care when anchoring to avoid vulnerable sea beds such as soft coral
  • MARPOL 73/78 • International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution From Ships,1973 as modified by the Protocol of 1978. • To minimize pollution of seas • 136 countries are parties • Contains 6 annexes
  • Annex I - Oil • Control of discharge of oil or oily mixtures • Construction and equipments requirements from all ships and oil tankers
  • Oil Record Book • Accurate • Signed by person in charge of operation • Available for inspection
  • Annex II - NoxiousLiquid Substances carriedinBulk • categorization,survey and certification • emergency plan, cargo record book Annex III - Harmful Substances carried in Packaged Form • packing, marking and labeling and stowage • documentations,limitationsand requirements
  • • sewagesystems • certification • dischargeof sewage Annex IV - Sewage
  • Annex V – Garbage • Disposal of Garbage • Special areas • Garbage record book
  • Annex VI - Air Pollution • fuel oil quality, engine power output and polluter • SOx and NOx control units
  • Scrubber Unit
  • Ballast water management • to minimize transfer of aquatic species • safety aspects of BW exchange at sea • ballast record book, forms and checklists
  • Bunkering Management • Bunkering plan • fuel requirement for intended voyage • non mixing fuel and transfer • checklists
  • Exxon Valdez
  • Thank you for your Time and Attention