Checklist for bridge audit as per IRS class ? |

Checklist for bridge audit as per IRS class ?

1.1 Deck Log Book S/II, S/III
1.2 Compass Error Book
1.3 Movement Book ( Bell Book)
1.4 Standing Orders 5.1.3
1.5 Night Orders 5.1.3
1.6  Charts   / ECDIS S/V
1.7 Chart Corrections, Correction Log S/V
1.8 Pilot Books (sailing directions) S/V
1.9 Light Lists S/V
1.10 A.L.R.S S/V
1.11  Tide tables S/V
1.12  Nautical Almanac S/V
1.13  Navigation Tables S/V
1.14  Guide to Port Entry
1.15  Col. Regs. plus amendments IMO
1.16  Ship’s Routing IMO
1.17  MERSAR/IAMSAR Manual IMO
1.18  Bridge Procedures Guide ICS
1.19 Guide to Helicopter Ops ICS
1.20 Code of Safe Working Practice DoT
1.21 Maneuvering Information S/II
1.22 GMDSS Log Book S/IV
1.23 Steering change over procedures S/V
1.24 Int. Code of Signals S/V
1.25 Publications for Ships with R/T ,W/T or GMDSS                                                                         ITC ,
1.26 M Notices (or equivalent)
1.27 Statutory Instruments (or equivalent)
1.28 MARPOL 73/78 plus amendments IMO
1.29 SOLAS 1974 plus amendments IMO
1.30 INMARSAT 1976 IMO
1.31 Manual on Oil Pollution IMO
1.32 Convention on Search & Rescue 1979 (SAR 79) IMO
1.33 Equipment Manuals
1.34 Ship Radio Station License ITU
1.35 Safety Training Manual S/III
1.36 Fare Safety Operational Booklet   S/III

 

ITEM                                                      COMMENTS REF:
2. EQUIPMENT – MAINTENANCE OF, AND OPERATION OF:
2.1 Radars, ARPA                                                                                              10.3. S/V
2.2 Sat. Com 10.1
2.3 Sat. Nav. 10.1
2.4 GMDSS 10.1
2.5 Decca 10.1
2.6 Loran 10.1
2.7 Gyro incl. Repeaters 10.3,S/V.
2.8 Autopilot/hand 10.3, S/V
2.9 Rudder Indicators 10.3
2.10 Speed/distance Log 10.3
2.11 Whistles 10.1, IMO
2.12 Navtex 10.1S/IV
2.13 Weather fax 10.1
2.14 Signal lamp plus batteries 10.3, S/V
2.15 Navigation & Signal Lights 10.1,IMO
2.16 Shapes, Gong & Whistle 10.3,IMO
2.17 M.E. emergency stop 10.3
2.18 Telephones/Talkback/ P.A 10.3
2.19 Portable radios 10.1, S/V
2.20 Course Recorder 10.1 
2.21 Engine movement recorder 10.1 
2.22 Primary GMDSS Equipment 10.3 
2.23 Duplicate GMDSS Equipment 10.3
2.24 Emergency batteries, Battery log 10.3, S/IV
2.25 GMDSS battery 10.3, S/IV
2.26 EPIRB 2 nos. and testing 10.3, S/IV
2.27 SART 10.3
2.28 GPS 10.1, S/V
2.29 Echo-sounder 10.1, S/V
2.30 Fire Detectors 10.3 
2.31 Alarms incl. UMS 10.3
2.32 Telegraphs 10.1 
2.33 Magnetic Compass 10.3, S/V
2.34 Stand-by equipment 10.3 
2.35 Rate of turn indicator (> 50,000 GT) 10.3, S/V
ITEM                                     COMMENTS REF:
3. OPERATIONS – PROCEDURES TO ADDRESS AND RECORDS OF:
3.1 Passage planning STCW,7
3.2 Keeping a safe watch 7
3.3 Reduced visibility 7
3.4 Prevention and control over fatigue 7
3.5  Navigation in constricted channels 7
3.6 Taking over the watch 7
3.7 Steering tests/changeover 7, S/V
3.8 Use of navigational aids 7
3.9 Checking compasses / Compass errors 7
3.10  Traffic separation schemes 7
3.11    Under pilotage , pilot card 7
3.12     Anchor watches
3.13 Maintenance of charts and nautical 7, S/V
Publications                                  
3.14            Single watch-keeper operations 7
3.15            Calling the Master 7
3.16            Pre-sailing checks 7
3.17            Tests of stand-by equipment 10.3
3.18 Reporting of accidents, non – Conformances,                                 dangerous occurrences 9.1, 10.2
3.19             Follow-up, application of corrective actions 9.2, 10.2
4.      PERSONNEL AND TRAINING – SYSTEMS TO ADDRESS,   AND RECORDS OF:  
4.1 Familiarization prior to sailing                                                    bridge equipment

standing orders

actions in emergency

6.3
4.2 Hand steering practice/training 1.2.2

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