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  1. 1. Dry Docking 2003Dry Docking 2003 Team EmmaTeam Emma
  2. 2. AgeAgennda/da/TTopics to Be Coveredopics to Be Covered Pre Discharge Meeting Pre Tank Cleaning Meeting Pre Dry Docking Meeting
  3. 3. Mission StatementMission Statement TO APPLY THE PRINCIPLES OF ADVANCEDADVANCED PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SCHEMEPERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SCHEME KEY POINTSKEY POINTS  TEAMWORK  EFFICIENCY  ZERO DEFECTS Motto: Doing the same things differently
  4. 4. UPCOMINGUPCOMING DISCHARGING /DISCHARGING / TANK CLEANING SCHEDULETANK CLEANING SCHEDULE ETA NINGBO: 09th / PM ETB NINGBO: 10th / PM ETD NINGBO: 12th / PM ETA SINGAPORE: 18th / 0800
  5. 5. UPCOMING DISCHARGING /UPCOMING DISCHARGING / TANK CLEANING SCHEDULETANK CLEANING SCHEDULE TANK CLEANING:13th / 0001 To 15th / 0800 15th / 0800 TO 16th / 2000: STAGGER TEST 17th / 1000:COMPLETE DECANTING SLOPS 18th / 0800 To 18th / 1800: DESLOPPING / TANKCLEANING / DEBALLASTING 18th / 1800 To 19th / 0200: GAS FREEING OF SLOP PORT / BUNKER TANKS 19th / 0800: READY TO ENTER DOCK
  6. 6. DISCHARGINGDISCHARGING AT NINGBOAT NINGBO  BEWARE OF THE HIGH H2S CONTENT OF D’JENO CRUDE  EXTRA CRUDE OIL WASHING WILL BE CARRIED OUT THEREFORE INCREASED MONITORING ON DECK  3 PERSONS IN EACH WATCH WITH EACH PERSON ASSIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR MANIFOLD, MOORINGS & C.O.W.  KEEP A CHECK ON MOORING LINES ESPECIALLY BEFORE AND AFTER CARGO OPERATION  DUTY OFFICERS TO ENSURE THAT DECK WATCH IS INFORMED PRIOR TO MAKING LIST
  7. 7. TANK CLEANING OPERATIONTANK CLEANING OPERATIONA .P. MOLLER MAERSK TANKERS TANK CLEANING PLAN CHARTOGRAPH EMMA MAER TANK HR : H+01 H+02 H+03 H+04 H+05 H+06 H+07 H+08 H+09 H+10 H+11 H+12 H+13 H+14 H+15 1 Centre 2 Centre 3 Centre 4 Centre 5 Centre 1 Port 1 Stbd 2 Port 2 Stbd 3 Port 3 Stbd 4 Port 4 Stbd 5 Port 5 Stbd 6 Port 6 Stbd COP No1 COP No2 COP No3 TANK HR : H+23 H+24 H+25 H+26 H+27 H+28 H+29 H+30 H+31 H+32 H+33 H+34 H+35 H+36 H+37 1 Centre 2 Centre 3 Centre 4 Centre 5 Centre 1 Port 1 Stbd 2 Port 2 Stbd 3 Port 3 Stbd 4 Port 4 Stbd 5 Port 5 Stbd 6 Port 6 Stbd COP No1 COP No2 COP No3 FOR A.U.S. STRIPPING
  8. 8. WORK SCHEDULE FORWORK SCHEDULE FOR SHIP'S CREW / OFFICERSSHIP'S CREW / OFFICERS NAME RANK Sandeep 2/O 00--06 12--16 16--18 6+4+2 12 Vijeen 2/O 06--12 20--24 12--14 6+4+2 12 Kunal 2/O 00--06 16--20 14--16 6+4+2 12 Roberto AB 1 00--04 04--06 12--18 6+6: 12 Rocky AB 2 06--12 18--21 21--24 6+6: 12 Gilbert AB 3 00--07 16--18 18--21 3+9: 12 Noel AB 4 00--06 12--18 6+6: 12 Donald AB 5 06--12 18--24 6+6: 12 Roden OS 04--06 06--10 18--24 4+8: 12 BRIDGE WATCHES DECK WATCHES WORK PERIOD ( 12 HOURS ) RESTHOURS
  9. 9. DANGERS / PRECAUTIONSDANGERS / PRECAUTIONS ALWAYS ENSURE I.G. POSITIVE PRESSURE CHECK OXYGEN BEFORE WASHING A TANK ELECTROSTATIC HAZARDS CORRECT METHOD OF USING PORTABLE MACHINES: CONNECT HOSE TO HYDRANT BEFORE LOWERING INTO TANK AND VICE VERSA CHECK FOR MONEL WIRES ON HOSES ALWAYS OPEN FIXED MACHINES BEFORE OPENING PORTABLE MACHINES
  10. 10. DANGERS / PRECAUTIONSDANGERS / PRECAUTIONS TANK CLEANING AT NIGHT WITH TANK MANHOLES OPEN PICKING UP / MOVING AROUND WITH HEAVY EQUIPMENT POLLUTION THROUGH COW HYDRANTS & TANK DOMES MAX. C.O.W. LINE PRESSURE IS 10 BAR TO RUN PORTABLES WITH FIRE LINE ALONG WITH 4 BLOWERS. MAX PRESSURE IS 8 BAR
  11. 11. Preparations immediately after completion of discharging:- Turn blanks for tank cleaning line hydrants Turn blanks for overboard line Unlock the seachest and overboard valves Arrange for 4 sets of portable tank cleaning trolleys + fire hoses Arrange for 4 sets of Dasic blowers + ducts + fire hoses
  12. 12. Tank cleaning / Gas Freeing operation:- To wash all cargo tanks in pairs for 5 hours each with fixed and portable machines.  A total of 130 mins in each 5 hour period will be spent roughly on giving drops and then shifting of these machines. Drops 5, 10, 15, 20, 25m each hour.  Tanks will be Gas freed as a priority so that work by the special survey team can begin. Require to run 2 blowers each in all tanks. Each blower requires atleast 20 mins to be shifted. Total time on shifting blowers in each 5 hour period will be roughly 80 mins
  13. 13. In addition, the following jobs:-  To provide SS II team with a Safety Officer at all times for issuing Permits and assist with stagger test.  To assist in tank inspection / removal of water from tanks  Cleaning of portable machines & gas freeing blowers  Flushing / pressure testing of slop tank heating coils  Preparation of Gymnasium / alleyways for drydock  To prepare for reducer on No.2 portside manifold for deslopping in Singapore  To blank 5C IG line; to be opened up after deslopping
  14. 14. Jobs prior to entering Dry Dock Deslopping / Gas Freeing for 14 hrs To ensure slop tank heating coils filled with Fresh water To wash and secure all tank clean equipment Deballasting to reach required draft of 5m / 6m Stores – Checking and securing LSA / FFA to be secured Keep mooring lines ready for docking stations  IMPORTANCE OF KEEPING GOOD ANCHOR WATCH IN LIGHT SHIP CONDITION.
  15. 15. Entering Dry Dock  4 Hours notice required for pilot  4 tugs required for vessel’s Light condition  Remember propellor out during transit  Keep plant ready for deballasting in dock  Spanners for bottom plugs loacted in C.C.R.  ENSURE ECHO SOUNDER / SPEED LOG SWITCHED OFF BEFORE ENTERING DOCKS  ENSURE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT LIKE NETWORK OFF BEFORE CHANGING OVER TO SHORE POWER SUPPLY
  16. 16. Safety in Dry Dock SAFETY FIRST REPORT UNSAFE PRACTICES SAFETY OFFICER DUTIES PERMIT TO WORK SYSTEM FIRE HAZARDS RESPONSIBILITY FOR CONTRACTORS DRUG & ALCOHOL POLICY
  17. 17. Crew Work Plan in Dry Dock  Life boat davit maintenance  Safety deck watches  Landing of garbage daily
  18. 18. Officers Work Plan in Dry Dock  Safety Officer duties  Following Permit to Work system and upto date filing of all paperwork  Complete understanding of Repair jobs at hand  Positive follow up of jobs assigned  Regular feedback to senior team members
  19. 19. Officers Work Plan in Dry Dock Some important aspects of the work plan:-  Responsibility for CHIOS Team’s Work progress  Ensuring Marking / storing of ship’s plugs  Covering the transducers / draft gauge inlets  Quality control during Hull painting at night or in rainy conditions  Maintaining a count of empty paint containers
  20. 20. Officers Work Plan in Dry Dock Some important aspects of the work plan:-  Maintaining a count of quantity of sludge / mud removed from the vessel  Check and control any stores received and inform concerned team members  Checking / reporting of indentations on the Hull  Ensure that the cargo hydraulic system is kept OFF  Monitoring ballasting by shore pumps as per plan
  21. 21. Departure Dry Dock Some important questions:-  Are sea valves fitted back?  Are ship’s plugs fitted back?  Is Hull painting completed and dry?  Tapes removed from transducers / draft gauges?  Is ballast distribution on departure correct?  Is all vessel’s equipment fitted & functional?  Have the misc. shore lines been disconnected?
  22. 22. THANK YOU VERY MUCHTHANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR ATTENTIONFOR YOUR ATTENTION HOPE YOU HAVE A GOODHOPE YOU HAVE A GOOD TIME ASHORE AFTER ALLTIME ASHORE AFTER ALL THE HARD WORK!THE HARD WORK!

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