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PNI检验报告格式- Condition Survey Report Form

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散杂货船舶在入会PNI 的时候, 对于船龄较大或者没有 IACS船级社的船舶, 通常PNI 保险公司或者保赔协会,要求船舶安排一次condition survey 或者 Pre-entry survey。  如果在该次检验过程中, 船舶存在缺陷,会对该船舶在理赔的过程中有不利影响, 甚至保险人会要求再做一次状况检验, 这样既耽误船舶的时间,同时该检验费用也会有船东支付, 这样也增加船东的经营负担。 (状况检验费根据船舶的吨位以及船舶检验地点的便利来计算费用, 通常单次费用为1000美元- 3000美元)

而在该检验之前, 船上的船长需要提前做哪些准备呢?  
 
下面详细列出一个PNI 保险人的检验项目名单,建议船舶在检验之前,针对该名单的内容做好准备工作,以便船舶能够更好符合PNI保险人的要求。


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CONDITION SURVEY  REPORT

page
Guidance notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     -
Cover page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    1
Section A – certification and documentation. . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    2
Section B – manning and management. . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    4
Section C – bridge and navigation. . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    5
Section D – accommodation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    6
Section E – safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    6
Section F – hull and deck arrangements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    8
Section G – cargo worthiness. . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  10
Section H – ballast tanks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  12
Section I – machinery spaces. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  13
Comments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  15
List of deficiencies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  16
 
 
 

CONDITION SURVEY REPORT - GUIDANCE NOTES FOR SURVEYORS
 
We request surveyors to take good notice of  below guidelines prior to attending on board.
 
Important; The surveyor must always settle the survey fees with the vessel’s Owners directly, however, RaetsMarine remains in full the main Principal to report and answer to for the surveyor during the survey. RaetsMarine will liaison between parties if a survey fee settlement dispute occurs.
 
Complete the survey report with the information available and obtained on board. The survey report should primarily represent objective evidence, facts and visual observations made on board only. Surveyors are instructed to limit any personal comment, opinion or advice in the survey report to the sections in the report designated for these additional personal comments only. In the reported deficiencies no reference is to be made to any staff or crewmember on board. Surveyors are instructed to refrain from providing any kind of advise or opinion on corrective actions to be taken on deficiencies found during the survey, both in the survey report as to the Master/staff on board. No time frames for when repairs must be completed are to be made by the surveyor.
 
In addition to inspecting the vessel as per guidelines, the surveyor will be required to conduct the following tests:
 
CARGO HOLD HATCHES (general cargo vessels only)
An ultrasonic test must be carried out under supervision of the surveyor. The results of the test must be handed over to vessel’s Master, preferably in the form of a drawing, which marks the spots (if any) where the hatches are not tight or suspect. Be advised that an ultrasonic test must always be carried out if available. Drawings to be attached to the survey report.
 
HOLDS / CARGO COMPARTMENTS
Bilge wells should be examined for cleanliness and if there is no evidence of a recent hold wash down, bilge suctions should be tested.
 
BALLAST TANKS
Surveyor should internally examine a number of selected ballast tanks of various types (i.e. 1 double bottom tank, forepeak tank, 1 wing tanks etc). All ballast tanks (without endangering cargo or ship’s stability) should be pressure tested to ensure integrity. The Forepeak tank has highest priority if not all tanks can be inspected.
 
BRIDGE EQUIPMENT
Which items of the bridge equipment should be tested is left to surveyor’s discretion, pending on visual condition.
 
SAFETY
· A test of the emergency fire pump is required, during which working pressure is to be ascertained.
· Surveyors should also request for the emergency generator to be verified running.
· Furthermore surveyors should have emergency steering gear tested for proper operation.
· Lifeboat engine is to be tested for proper operation.
 
If a test or inspection could not be carried out, a clear reason for same should be stated. This non-accomplished inspection must be stated on the deficiency list in the non accomplished item section.
The port authorities may impose a fine for discharge of water from the vessel. If you are aware of any regulation that could make it impossible to carry out one of the above tests, please advise us without delay.
 
We ask the surveyor to give priority to cargo worthiness, safety management systems and pollution prevention.
 
The surveyor must at all times confirm actual attendance on board to RaetsMarine within 24 hours in the form of a brief email message, telephone call or fax notification. Within 48 hours the surveyor must provide RaetsMarine with a preliminary report consisting of page 1 of the survey report with vessel/company details and page 16 of the survey report with the deficiencies list.  All noted deficiencies must be reported regardless if Owners are carrying out repairs or not at the time of survey, reporting known deficiencies is not to be delayed under any circumstances. Reporting must be done by the surveyor directly to RaetsMarine.
 
The full survey report, with colour photographs and any other supplementary material, copies of certificates, should be forwarded to RaetsMarine within the period of maximum 7 working days.
Please note that RaetsMarine requires only ONE copy of the report. The preferred method of receiving the survey report with enclosures and photographs is by digital version only, if same is not possible we kindly ask to provide the survey report in hard copy. Please also send a copy of the report to the Owners.
Along with the report we expect to be provided with as much photographs as possible from different angles photos with an adequate description and a size of maximum 2 photos per page (A4) without header and footer in an as high as possible resolution, preferably in a separate photo report.
 
For every found deficiency we expect to receive photos in close-up as well as overview photo, this in addition to the minimum amount of photos.
Moreover, we require various relevant so-called overview photographs in order to assist us with our own opinion forming.
 
General guidelines on the quantity of photographs are to be taken as follows;
 
Bridge/Accommodation/Galley, 5 overview photographs.
Safety,   5 overview photographs.
Hull and Deck machinery, 5 overview photographs.
Cargo Worthiness, 5 overview photographs.
Machinery spaces, 5 overview photographs.
 
As such we require a minimum of at least 25 photographs for our review with the survey report.
 
The condition rating section on page 1 is used to assist RaetsMarine to make our risk assessment. Considerable objectivity is required from the surveyor. To ensure a common basis in completing this section, the following brief guidelines should be followed. Whole numbers with decimal digits can be used.
 
9.0 EXCELLENT 4.0 NOT SATISFACTORY
8.0 VERY GOOD 3.0 NOT ACCEPTABLE
7.0 GOOD 2.0 POOR
6.0 FAIR 1.0 VERY POOR
5.0 SATISFACTORY 0 DANGEROUS
 
Page 1 also includes a ‘summary’ section. This should be a brief summary of the vessel’s condition.
The last page of the form (page 16) should list any deficiencies, clearly stating the nature and extent of these defects.  The Master or other Owners’ representative must sign the last page of the form (page 16), with the list of deficiencies. The surveyor must explain that the survey observations made will be forwarded to RaetsMarine in Rotterdam who will subsequently inform the Brokers or Assured as appropriate.
 
For almost all items within the guidelines a choice must be made from the 4 columns (satisfactory, deficiency, not inspected or not applicable). In the column ‘deficiency’ the number of the corresponding deficiency / non-accomplished inspection on page 16 must be filled in. The other 3 columns must be marked with X or √.
 
 
Example :
Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
Comment
ENGINE ROOM MANNED FULL TIME ? YES NO  
GENERAL CONDITION ENGINE ROOM SPACES X        
SPARES & TOOLS   12     No spares present.
QUICK CLOSING VALVES     X   Vessel in operation, no inspection possible
REMOTE STOPS       X  
 
The surveyor is encouraged to provide additional comments, on the comments sheet on page 15.
 
Our contact details:
RaetsMarine
Contact: Michel Vonk / Ferry Elzinga
Fascinatio Boulevard 622
2909 VA Capelle A/D IJssel, The Netherlands
 Telephone: .. +31-10-24 25 000
Faxnumber: . +31-10-24 25 088
E-mail: survey@raetsmarine.com
 

CONDITION SURVEY REPORT
NAME OF VESSEL  
IMO NUMBER   FLAG  
GROSS TONNAGE   YEAR OF BUILT  
REGISTERED OWNER  
MANAGER OR OPERATOR  
CLASSIFICATION SOCIETY  
PREVIOUS OWNERS  
PREVIOUS VESSEL NAMES  
TYPE OF VESSEL  
HAS THE VESSEL BEEN CONVERTED  
PREVIOUS THREE CARGOES CARRIED  
TRADING AREA  
DIMENSIONS OVERALL (L x B x H)  
DATE OF LAST DRYDOCK  
DATE OF NEXT DRYDOCK  
PLACE OF SURVEY  
DATE OF SURVEY  
SURVEY COMPANY  
NAME OF SURVEYOR  
NAME OF MASTER / OWNERS REP.  
CONDITION RATING à
 
9.0 = EXCELLENT
up to
0 = DANGEROUS
HULL
CARGO WORTHINESS
NON-CARGO TANKS
MACHINERY
NAVIGATION
 
 
 
 
 
POLLUTION PREVENTION
FIRE PREVENTION
SAFETY / LIFE SAVING
MANNING / MANAGEMENT
DOCUMENTATION
 
 
 
 
 
 
SUMMARY
 
This entire report, together with its summary of defects and / or recommendations for action (if any), has been prepared conditional upon the clear understanding that in no circumstances whatsoever shall the Insurer be held responsible and/or liable for any inaccuracy in the report, or for any act, omission or negligence of its staff or its appointed surveyor howsoever arising and that it is provided for the sole reference of the Insurer and without warranty as to the accuracy of any information or advice supplied therein.

SECTION A : CERTIFICATION AND DOCUMENTATION
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
Valid until Last inspection
Ship’s certificates
 
CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRY            
INTERNATIONAL LOAD LINE            
IOPP            
IAPP (AIR POLLUTION CERTIFICATE)            
MINIMUM SAFE MANNING CERTIFICATE            
CLASSIFICATION CERTIFICATE            
CONDITION / RECOMMENDATION OF CLASS ISSUED? YES NO IF YES : ATTACH COPY OF RELEVANT CERTIFICATE
EXEMPTION CERTIFICATES ISSUED? YES NO IF YES : ATTACH COPY OF RELEVANT CERTIFICATE
TRADE LIMITATION IMPOSED BY CLASS AND/OR FLAG STATE? YES NO IF YES : ATTACH COPY OF RELEVANT CERTIFICATE
ULTRASONIC STEEL THICKNESS TEST
                  Check Recorded Diminutions
YES NO IF YES : ATTACH COPY OF RELEVANT PARTICULARS PAGE/CLASS APPROVAL
LAST PORT STATE INSPECTION YES NO IF YES : ATTACH COPY OF RELEVANT INSPECTION REPORT
 
 
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
 
  Issue date Issued by
Quality Assurance
 
WHO IS THE DESIGNATED PERSON OF OWNERS? DPA  
WHO IS COMPANY SECURITY OFFICER? CSO  
SAFETY MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE            
DOCUMENT OF COMPLIANCE            
INTERNATIONAL SHIP SECURITY CERTIFICATE (ISSC)            
SHIP SECURITY PLAN (SSP)            
RECORDS OF NON-CONFORMANCE, ACCIDENTS AND CORRECTIVE ACTION          
ARE INTERNAL AUDITS CARRIED OUT?          
ARE SAFETY MEETINGS HELD?          
IS CREW RECEIVING ISM TRAINING?          
GARBAGE MANAGEMENT PLAN (MARPOL ANNEX v) GARBAGE LOG?          
 
SECTION A : CERTIFICATION AND DOCUMENTATION……continued
 
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
 
Comment
Stability information
 
ARE HYDROSTATIC TABLES AND STABILITY BOOKS CLASS APPROVED?          
ARE LATEST STABILITY CALCULATIONS PERFORMED ON BOARD?          
 
IS AN APPROVED STABILITY COMPUTER ON BOARD?          
 
      Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
 
Comment
  Records
   
DECK / ENGINE ROOM LOG BOOKS            
MASTER’S STANDING ORDERS            
CHIEF ENGINEER’S STANDING ORDERS            
PLANNED MAINTENANCE PROGRAMME ON BOARD.            
OIL RECORD BOOK / ENTRIES            
BUNKER OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS            
SOPEP MANUAL + IMO CONTACT LIST            
RECORDS OF HOT WORK/ENCLOSED SPACE ENTRY AND SAFETY DRILLS            
MINUTES OF MEETING SAFETY COMMITTEE TEAM ON BOARD?            
SOLAS SAFETY TRAINING MANUAL            
REMARKS SECTION A  
 
 
 
 
 

SECTION B : MANNING AND MANAGEMENT
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
 
  Comment
 
Manning  
   
COMPLIANCE MANNING WITH SAFE MANNING CERTIFICATE            
STCW CREW CERTIFICATES AND ENDORSEMENTS IN ORDER AND VALID            
IS COMMUNICATION IN WORKING LANGUAGE EFFECTIVE ON BOARD?            
IS CREW’S TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE CHECKED AND MAINTAINED ON BOARD            
  CREW EMPLOYED VIA CREW AGENCY? YES NO NAME OF CREWING AGENTS/NATIONALITY OF CREW
  IS COMPETENCE TESTING CARRIED OUT DURING RECRUITMENT? YES NO  
  IS CREW FAMILIAR WITH TASKS?      
Attach copy of the crew list.  
 
 
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
 
  Comment
Management
 
KNOWLEDGE OF MARITIME ENGLISH OF OFFICERS          
ALCOHOL AND DRUG POLICY          
CREW’S PERSONAL PROTECTION (HELMET, SAFETY SHOES ETC.)          
IS CREW’S SAFETY AND SECURITY AWARENESS EFFECTIVE?          
CREW WORKING HOURS REGISTERED AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH ILO RULES          
IS CREW FATIGUE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT ON BOARD? (REST HOURS)          
IS CREW MEDICALLY FIT?          
ARE LIVING CONDITIONS UP TO MODERN STANDARDS?         VCR/DVD / movies / books / games available to crew in messroom. Is email communication with family possible?
REMARKS SECTION B
 
 

SECTION C : BRIDGE AND NAVIGATION
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
  Comment
Equipment
 
RADAR(S)/ARPA OPERATIONAL         Is operation/test logbook maintained?
ELECTRONIC SEACHART EQUIPMENT/ECDIS         Is familiarization training provided for on board?
AIS TRANSPONDER WORKING          
VOYAGE DATA RECORDER          
COMPLIANCE WITH GMDSS
(STATE SEA AREA A1/A2/A3/A4)
         
GYRO COMPASS/MAGNETIC COMPASS          
DEVIATION CARD         Date:
ECHO SOUNDER          
NAVTEX/WEATHER FACSIMILE          
EPIRB/SART          
AUTOPILOT SYSTEM          
CHANGEOVER INSTRUCTIONS FOR EMERGENCY STEERING          
MAIN ENGINE CONTROL ON BRIDGE          
MAIN ENGINE EMERGENCY STOP          
BRIDGE LOOKOUT AVAILABLE DURING DARK HOURS?          
CHARTS (SUFFICIENT FOR TRADING AREA)          
PASSAGE PLANNING FROM BERTH TO BERTH          
VESSELS DETAILS AND MANOEUVRING CHARACTERISTICS DISPLAYED          
NOTICES TO MARINERS RECEIVED UP TO DATE (HARD COPY/ELECTRONIC)         Last NTM received?
Last correction applied?
NAUTICAL PUBLICATIONS AVAILABLE          
COLLISION REGULATIONS          

SECTION D : ACCOMMODATION
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
  Comment
Cleanliness, Safety and Hygiene
 
CLEANLINESS  AND HYGIENE IN ORDER IN ACCOMODATION?          
CLEANLINESS OF GALLEY / STORES          
MEDICAL LOCKER/STORES          
FIRST AID GUIDE/STRETCHER          
REMARKS SECTION D
 
 
 
 
SECTION E: SAFETY
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
  Comment
Fire fighting
 
FIRE MAIN, HOSES AND HYDRANTS          
FIRE MAN’S OUTFIT WITH BREATHING APPARATUS         NUMBER OF SETS:
INTERNATIONAL SHORE CONNECTION          
EXTERNAL FIRE PLAN
(in weathertight container)
         
PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS          
FIXED FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM          
FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM          
FIRE PUMPS/G.S PUMP          
EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP         Location?
MUSTER STATION INDICATIONS AND
SAFETY PLANS
         
FIRE/LIFESAVING/EMERGENCY DRILLS REGULARLY CARRIED OUT?          
 
SECTION E : SAFETY ……..continued
      Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
  Comment
  Live saving
   
  LIFEJACKETS         Number available.  
  LIFEBUOYS/MOB BUOYS/LIGHTS            
  CONDITION LIFEBOAT EQUIPMENT            
  LIFERAFTS            
  HYDROSTATIC RELEASE OF LIFERAFT         Valid until:  
  LIFEBOATS/LIFEBOAT ENGINE            
  LIFEBOAT LAUNCHING EQUIPMENT            
  LIFEBOAT LAST LAUNCHED         DATE:  
  RESCUE BOAT            
  RESCUE BOAT LAUNCHING EQUIPMENT            
  RESCUE BOAT LAST LAUNCHED         DATE:  
  EMERGENCY LIGHTING            
  IS THERE A BOAT DRILL SCHEDULE IN USE ON BOARD?            
  ARE THERE EEBD UNITS AVAILABLE?            
  EXPLOSION / OXYGEN METERS AVAILABLE?         Calibration date on certificate?  
  OXYGEN RESCUCITATOR/O2 BOTTLE            
REMARKS SECTION E, FIREFIGHTINGLIVE SAVING  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

SECTION F: HULL AND DECK ARRANGEMENTS
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
  Comment
Hull
 
CONDITION OF HULL & ANODES, as far as visible          
CONDITION OF ALL DECKS/SUPERSTRUCTURE          
BULWARKS, SIDE RAILS AND LADDERS ON DECK          
DECK LINES          
HYDRAULIC LINES          
WATERTIGHT OPENINGS, DOORS AND PORTS          
 
 
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
  Comment
Deck arrangement
 
GANGWAY AND NET          
PILOT LADDER          
VENTILATORS / CLOSING DEVICES          
AIR PIPES / SOUNDING PIPES (INCLUDING LABELLING)          
DECK LIGHTING          
DECK/PAINT STORES          
STOWAGE OF GAS CYLINDERS          
REMARKS SECTION F
 

SECTION F: HULL AND DECK ARRANGEMENTS……..continued
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
  Comment
Deck machinery
 
CARGO HANDLING EQUIPMENT          
MOORING EQUIPMENT          
MOORING ROPES          
FAIRLEADS AND HAWSEHOLES          
ANCHORING EQUIPMENT          
 
 
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
  Comment
Pollution prevention
 
SOPEP LOCKER          
BUNKERING CONNECTIONS          
FUEL AIR VENTS          
SAVE-ALLS          
SCUPPER PLUGS          
OIL ABSORBENTS          
PROCEDURES / CHECKLIST FOR BUNKERING          
REMOVAL OF WASTE, MANNER OF STORAGE?         Garbage log maintained?
DISPOSAL RECEIPTS FILED?          
AIR POLLUTION REDUCTION MEASURES IN FORCE?          
REMARKS SECTION F
 

SECTION G : CARGOWORTHINESS
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
  Comment
Cargo vessels
 
NUMBER OF HOLDS / HATCHES HOLDS : HATCHES:
OPERATION OF HATCHES          
CONDITION HYDRAULIC SYSTEM HATCHES          
CONDITION HATCH COVER AND OPERATING CONSOLES          
CONDITION COMPRESSION BARS AND RUBBER GASKETS          
CONDITION COAMING TABLE / BEARING PADS AND DRAINS          
CONDITION WHEELS & CHAINS          
ARE TARPAULINS USED AT ANY TIME YES NO  
INTERIOR OF HOLDS          
BULKHEADS          
MOVEABLE BULKHEADS          
TWEEN DECKS          
TEST OF HOLD BILGES
Beware of pollution regulations!
        Inspection/test of non return valve.
BILGE WELLS CLEAN/DRY?          
BILGE WELLS PROVIDED WITH COVERPLATE?          
VENTILATION CARGO HOLD         Forced or natural?
VENTILATION COVERS          
LIGHTING CARGO HOLD         Approved design/gastight
HOLD ACCESSES/LIGHTING          
TANK TOP          
CARGO SECURING MANUAL         Approved by Administration?
TESTING OF HATCHES
ULTRASONIC / HOSE TEST
        Copy results to be provided!
Hose test only when no ultrasonic equipment is available to surveyor.
SECTION G : CARGOWORTHINESS…….continued
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
  Comment
Tanker vessels only
 
NUMBER OF TANKS  
DOUBLE HULL / SINGLE HULL: DOUBLE SINGLE  
COATING OF TANKS (IF APPLICABLE)          
TANK VENTILATION SYSTEM          
HEATING COILS          
CARGO PIPE LINES          
MANIFOLD / DRIPTRAYS / SAVEALLS          
OIL DISPERSANTS          
LABELS / IDENTIFICATION OF MANIFOLD / VALVES / PORTS          
TANK ENTRANCES (SEALING)          
PV-VALVES          
OIL DISCHARGE MONITORING (if applicable)          
DECK FOAM SYSTEM (if applicable)          
PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT          
PUMP ROOM VENTILATION / FIRE DAMPERS          
PUMP ROOM BILGES          
PUMP ROOM RAILING AND LADDERS          
PUMP ROOM LIGHTING          
REMARKS SECTION G / TANKER VESSELS
 
SECTION H : BALLAST TANKS
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
  Comment
Ballast
 
BALLAST TANKS (VISUAL)         Type/seriousness of corrosion.
INNER TANKS COATED?          
SACRIFICIAL PROTECTION MEASURES PRESENT?         Anodes?
BALLAST TANK MANHOLES COVERS/NUTS/RUBBER SEALS          
BALLAST TANK VENT PIPES/SOUNDING PIPES         Labelled?
BALLAST TANKS (PRESSURE TEST)
Beware of pollution regulations!
         
BALLAST SOUNDING SYSTEM         Local/remote?
BALLAST MANAGEMENT PLAN AVAILABLE?          
BALLAST OPERATIONS RECÒRDED?          
REMARKS SECTION H
 

SECTION I : MACHINERY SPACES
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
  Comment
General
 
ENGINE ROOM MANNED FULL TIME? (24 hours) YES NO  
GENERAL CONDITION ENGINE ROOM SPACES          
QUANTITY SPARES & TOOLS         Minimum Spare parts list available?
QUICK CLOSING VALVES          
REMOTE STOPS          
OIL WATER SEPARATOR (INCLUDING 15 ppm)          
HANDRAILS & PLATING          
BILGES (CLEANLINESS)          
BILGE ALARM          
EMERGENCY BILGE VALVE LABELLED/SECURED?          
ESCAPE ROUTES INDICATED?          
AUDIBLE/VISUAL ALARM INDICATORS PRESENT IN ER?          
LIGHTING/EMERGENCY LIGHTING          
MACHINERY GUARDING          
COLOUR CODING SYSTEM          
 
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
  Comment
Main Engine
 
GENERAL APPEARANCE / CONDITION MAIN ENGINE          
MAINTENANCE RECORDS         Timely preventive maintenance carried out?
IS CONDITION LUBRICATION OIL CHECKED ON BOARD          
MONITORING, ALARMS AND SHUTDOWN          

SECTION I : MACHINERY SPACES…..continued
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
  Comment
Generators / electrical
 
GENERAL APPEARANCE / CONDITION          
MAINTENANCE RECORDS         Timely preventive maintenance carried out?
MONITORING EQUIPMENT          
SWITCHBOARDS         Clean/closed/secured/rubber matting?
EMERGENCY GENERATOR         Location/Operation;
PROCEDURES FOR STARTING UP AFTER BLACK-OUT          
 
    Satisfactory Deficiency Not inspected Not applicable  
 
 
 
 
 
  Comment
Steering gear
 
CONDITION GEAR/PUMPS          
CLEANLINESS OF STEERING GEAR ROOM          
LOCAL CONTROL / EMERGENCY STEERING          
DISPLAY OF EMERGENCY STEERING PROCEDURES          
CREW TRAINED IN OPERATION
EMERGENCY STEERING GEAR
         
MEANS OF COMMUNICATIONS PRESENT WITH BRIDGE?          
EMERGENCY STEERING TESTED REGULARLY         Date last test;
STEERING GEAR PUMPS TESTED REGULARY?         Running hours/time rudder from board to board?
 
 
REMARKS SECTION I
 

GENERAL COMMENTS ON SURVEY FINDINGS BY SURVEYOR
 
Briefly remark on the following subjects;
 
- Company management system/implementation/verification on board.
- Compliance with general marine industry standards.
- Crew management (fatigue/safety awareness/training)
- Crewing agency/training.
- Cargo worthiness.
- Preventive maintenance.
- Cosmetic maintenance.
- Cooperation on board during survey attendance.
 

LIST OF DEFICIENCIES  
        
Total deficiencies :   Total pages :   Page :  
Rec. no. Description
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
Non accomplished inspections (if any). Start numbering with an ‘X’ (x.1, x.2 etc).
x.  
x.  
x.  
x.  
x.  
 
ISSUED BY:

ADRESS :

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For receipt on behalf of the vessel
SURVEYORS NAME : NAME :
SIGNATURE : SIGNATURE :
DATE : POSITION / RANK :
This entire report, together with its summary of defects and / or recommendations for action (if any), has been prepared conditional upon the clear understanding that in no circumstances whatsoever shall the Insurer be held responsible and/or liable for any inaccuracy in the report, or for any act, omission or negligence of its staff or its appointed surveyor howsoever arising and that it is provided for the sole reference of the Insurer and without warranty as to the accuracy of any information or advice supplied therein.


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