What are checks carried out prior to Discharging for Tankers ? |

What are checks carried out prior to Discharging for Tankers ?

DISCHARGE PORT CHECKLIST

PRIOR TO BERTHING

Vessel Name:_________________         Port:                                                Date:____________

 
Activity
Yes
No
Remarks
1.        COW line pressure tested 125% and recorded      
2.        Outboard sea valve test conducted      
3.        Sea lines drained      
4.        All Overboard valves closed lashed and sealed.      
5.        IG plant : all alarms, trips, cut-outs, recorders and gauges tested  working and tried out.      
6.        Scrubber pump running prior to berthing , confirm adequate flow of water to Scrubber and deck seal      
7.        Correct level and content in liquid breaker  (anti freeze added)      
8.        Oxygen & Pressure meters/recorders calibrated. Correct correlation between master and remote units      
9.        IG lines checked for leaks      
10.    Visual check of cargo pipelines and couplings for leaks      
11.    All pressure gauges in pumproom , CCR & on deck operational      
12.    All cargo / ballast pump emergency trips operational      
13.    Main cargo pump seals free from leaks      
14.    Valve timings correct and position indicators operating satisfactorily      
15.    Drip trays and savealls clean and dry and saveall plugged.      
16.    All steam lines free from leaks      
17.    All hydraulic lines free from leaks      
18.    Deck clean and grease / oil free      
19.    Mooring wires free from surplus grease      
20.    All drains to cargo, bunker, COW, and IG lines closed. All portable drain hoses removed.      
21.    Vacuum breaker closed      
        Contd….
 
Activity
Yes
No
Remarks
22.    All deck lights operational      
23.    Mooring winch brakes in good condition , most recent brake test displayed in CCR      
24.    Flames screens checked, gauze clean and intact.      
25.    High velocity / vacuum valves checked for operation and gas tight      
26.    Pumproom bilge clean and dry , free from oily residue      
27.    Pumproom bilge alarm tested      
28.    Pumproom gas alarm tested      
29.    Scupper drain system , lines clear and valves proved operational      
30.    Deck drain valve checked for operation      
31.    Depth of water at berth ascertained      
DISCHARGE PORT CHECKLIST

PRIOR TO DISCHARGING

 Vessel Name:_____________         Port:                                           Date:____________

 
Activity
Yes
No
Remarks
1.        Comprehensive discharge and COW plan prepared by Chief Officer      
2.        Max bending moments and shear forces ascertained      
3.        Discharge plan read , understood and signed by deck officers      
4.        All offshore/ unused manifolds fully bolted and blanked      
5.        Scruppers securely plugged and proved tight      
6.        Emergency transfer pump rigged and operational      
7.       Scuppers clear of rainwater      
8.        Anti pollution gear readily available      
9.        Gauging and sampling conducted in compliance with local emission regulations      
10.   Gauging and sampling conducted without spillage      
11.   Ship / Shore discharge conference conducted      
12.   Maximum discharge rate and pressure determined     Y/N                                                                                  
13.   Emergency contacts and procedures agreed      
14.   All communication channels with terminal tested and understood      
15.   IG valves open and locked. Status entered in CCR log      
16.   Pumproom Extraction Fans functioning      
17.   Ship / Ship Safety checklist to be complied with throughout      
18.   Valves and pump set , line up – 2 man check      
DISCHARGE PORT CHECK LIST

DURING DISCHARGE

Vessel Name:_____________        Port:                                             Date:____________

  Activity Date:                
Watch:
1.        Cargo transfer to commence at slow rate , all areas to checked prior to increasing to maximum flow                
2.        Persons to be stationed at pumproom and manifold                
3.        Terminal confirm receipt of cargo                
4.        Shore arms and manifold connection tight                
5.        IG to be operated in accordance with SOLAS and company requirements                
6.        Pumproom, cofferdams ballast and empty tanks to be frequently checked for cargo leakage                
7.        Hourly rates to be maintained                
8.        Full tank ullages to be regularly monitored                
9.        Sea valves leak check system to be monitored at frequent intervals                
10.    Scruppers to be maintained correctly                
11 Funnel emission to be strictly monitored                
12 IG and tank emissions to strictly comply with local requirements                
13 Officers aware of cause and consequence of pipeline pressure surges                
14 Sea around vessel to be checked at regular intervals                
15 Aft draft to be closely monitored to ensure stern tube maintained correctly                
16 Vessel to be maintained in upright condition when any tanks remain full                
17 Vessel to be maintained within harbour stresses throughout                
18 COW checklist to be satisfactorily completed prior commencement of COW                
19 Terminal , freeboard , draft and trim requirements to be complied with                
20 Offshore and unused manifolds checked regularly                
21 Ship / Shore checklist to be complied with throughout                
22 Emergency towing wires rigged correctly.                
DISCHARGE PORT CHECKLIST

COMPLETION OF DISCHARGE

 Vessel Name:______________        Port:                                             Date:___________

Activity
Yes
No
All lines to be fully drained      
Cargo arms to be drained down to drip trays/cargo tanks      
Local emission regulations to be complied with during ROB survey      
       

AMIT KUMAR

 

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