Duties of the crew are as follow :
The various tasks involved are define and assigned to particular personnel onboard ,like who will be required for the recovery process; who will manage the ship in the meant time etc.
Please refer Annex 2 for detailed information on the duties to be assigned to crew and officers.
|TITLE||SHIP NO||DUTY||LIFE SAVING EQUIPMENT||PORTABLE RADIO||TOOLS|
|4TH ENGINEER||E-4||INCHARGE L/B ENGINES||YES||YES||NO|
|SHM||D-8||BOWMAN:SHIP PLUG, CHK FALL CLEAR, REMOVE TOGGLE PIN FM FWD & AFT CRADLE STOPPER & UNLOCK,REMOVE FWD FPD.||YES||YES||NO|
|SM-II||D-10||STERN SHEET: REMOVE/CLEAR FWD & AFT GRIPES, REMOVE AFT FPD||YES||NO||NO|
|FITTER||E-7||MEMBER RESCUE BOAT SQUAD, ASSIT AS INSTRUCTED||YES||NO||YES|
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Responsibility of Master
The initiation or continuation of recovery operations should be at the discretion of the master of the recovering ships ,in accordance with the provisions of SOLAS regulation III/17-1.
The use of ship’s rescue craft must be for the master to decide, depending on the particular circumstances of the incident. Allowable circumstances Are referred to Annex1/ Annex2.
There will be times when recovery cannot be attempted or completed without unduly endangering the ship, her crew or those needing recovery. Only the assisting ship’s master can decide when this is the case.
Master has to establish programs and should carryout drills for emergency actions recovery.