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Dangerous & Difficult Bulk Cargoes - Best Practice and the IMSBC Code

   The possible hazards that are associated with transportation of the bulk cargoes by sea are not usually restricted just to handling them correctly during the loading and discharge. Such cargo itself can present very serious risk, especially if the cargo is undergoing some changes in the make-up during the hold on passage - because it gets too hot, or too wet, or not ventilated enough. The consequence of such changes may be a loss of the vessel, or of lives of people on board. We would recommend you to begin your training with this video film which is considered the basic learning tool. The present guide is intended to serve as a textbook and reference source covering the basic principles governing the carriage and handling of the bulk cargoes of all types. Unfortunately, there are too many examples showing us that the bulk cargoes must be treated with the critical respect. The risks are real and you will find some of the examples in this guide. You will find the recommended practices and useful instructions in this training booklet. Significant part of the book is dedicated to the IMSBC Code released by IMO to codify the best bulk cargo transportation practice, and its requirements. This publication is to be present on board every bulk carrier and the requirement contained in the Code are to be followed as necessary.

Category: CARGO HANDLING | Views: 157 | | Comments (0)

Compressor Handbook - Principles and Practice

   The original intention of the author of this publication was to provide readers with basic technical knowledge allowing them to understand the construction and working principles of the compressors, namely of the dynamic and positive displacement types. He managed to address all technical aspects of their operation and performance. People who spend some of their time going through the pages of this book, will for sure learn nearly everything they may need to know and will be able to select and operate these compressors safely and effectively - they will also have the idea of correct troubleshooting in case of necessity. The readers will know how to communicate with the peers, manufacturers, and sales personnel. Several selected real life case studies have been included by the author to supplement the theory. This publication demonstrates the investigative methods that are used to identify and subsequently isolate various causes, e.g. operating errors, design deficiencies, changes of the machinery process, environmental conditions, manufacturing defects etc. Improving such skills will definitely help workers to return to their workplaces and do their job even more effectively. Compressors form very important part of the machinery on board; that is why their installation and operation, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair should be performed at the highest level possible, to avoid any sort of technical problems that may be encountered.

Category: MARINE ENGINEERING | Views: 168 | | Comments (0)

Dangerous & Difficult Bulk Cargoes - Best Practice and the IMSBC Code

   Many of us are aware of the risks associated with the loading and unloading of bulk cargo. But it is not always obvious that the cargoes themselves and their carriage can also be a serious hazard. Some bulk carriers have loaded cargoes which have later liquefied, leading to instability and capsize; other vessels have loaded cargoes which have suffered violent chemical reaction resulting in catastrophic explosion and fatal consequences. We need a way of knowing how to handle these cargoes safely, by identifying any potential risks before it is too late. That is why there is a code book which must be aboard any bulk carrier, that sets out the requirements associated with complex and solid dangerous bulk cargo. It is called the IMSBC Code and it is not just another set of rules. It is an essential tool to help prevent accidents. This Code guides us about the risks from different cargoes, of structural damage, personal safety, effect on stability, as well as procedures concerning security and cargo testing. And, what is the most important, the Code is there to provide reference to help ship officers assess whether or not to accept the particular bulk cargo.. This video training film shall be supplementing the training booklet providing the text information on same topic.

Category: CARGO HANDLING | Views: 115 | | Comments (0)

Commercial Ship Surveying

   This book provides readers with a necessary guidance on the whole survey process - they will know what shall be done to prepare, and what exactly would constitute good practice; all info presented in the publication is completely detailed, making the process able to be executed as quickly and efficiently as possible. In addition to the process of conducting the survey, some supplementary topics have been described in this book - such topics include the ships likely encountered, the rigging and gear, as well as the required special techniques. The author performed an excellent and thorough research, providing numerous practical examples and photo reference materials; you will understand not only what happens during the marine surveys but also how the ship officers and marine surveyors are expected to perform those surveys. This book ensures that the readers clearly understand each step of the surveying process. In fact, it is the first work to describe the on/off-hire and bunker surveys so comprehensively and, at the same time, in a very clear and easy to understand way. The publication includes numerous images and illustrations to clarify the key concepts outlines by the author. We would highly recommend this book to anyone who is conducting marine surveys or planning to get involved in such activities in the future. Apart from theory, the book is full of valuable practical examples.

Category: SHIPPING INDUSTRY | Views: 215 | | Comments (0)

Alert 12 - Fit for Purpose

   For those who do not already know, Alert is possibly the best place for the discussion of the human element issues in the marine industry. And almost the starting point is the clear fact that the ship must be built and designed having the user and operational tasks in mind, and also bearing in mind the special environmental conditions that are likely to be encountered throughout the service life of the vessel - simply because it makes sense. Experienced crew members need to be on hand during design and build to make sure that the vessel as well as its systems are fit for the intended purpose. And it obviously makes sense to ensure that these people are familiar enough with the vessel they are intending to work on, before the vessel leaves the construction yard. International conventions and maritime industry guidelines require that the ships carry the right number of competent crew members to ensure safe operation of the ships and their systems, and there are some other things we shall consider... making sure that people involved in the design process and building of the ship have a real understanding the ways of the sea; it is also critically important to make sure that the operating instructions and handbooks on board are taking into account the possible difference in the nationalities, cultures and languages of the seafarers working on the ship... the present video film is intended to supplement this training booklet

Category: ALERT SERIES | Views: 57 | | Comments (0)

The Adlard Coles Book of Navigation

   We all have to be navigators since navigation is the sort of science or even art of controlling the travel. As soon as we start learning how to walk, at the same time we start learning how to navigate properly. For sure, we all start from the very simple journeys where we are able to see the destination point even before we have set-off... This book by Tim Bartlett is an excellent reference for people who follow the navigation course by RYA. It very practical - the author explained absolutely everything the readers need to know in order to safely and accurately navigate their yachts or motorboats from port to port. The reader is offered a number of very clear and informative data diagrams, examples and color images. Each stage of the navigation has been dealt with, including everything related to the electronic navigation matters. It is one of the best available textbooks and the bestseller. The book will be particularly helpful for the newcomers, people with little to no experience in navigation. We would say it is a true must-have for any yachtsman due to the amount and importance of the information included by the author, and the simple and easily understandable way this information has been presented to the readers. The publication has been highly-ranked by several recognized magazines such as Yachting Monthly and The Nautical Magazine.

Category: NAVIGATION & SEAMANSHIP | Views: 242 | | Comments (0)

Fundamentals of Air Pollution

   Here is the latest edition of the popular and premier air pollution book - it was completely revised by the team of author and now includes many new components. This textbook covers the wide range of topics that er relating to the study of the air pollution; in addition to that, there are some new chapters included in the book covering the atmospheric emissions and long term effects of the pollution. The authors of the book also present the updated info on acidic development, mathematical modeling, long distance transport etc. It is a perfect compendium for every person involved, either directly or not directly, in making serious decisions in conjunction with the air pollution prevention and control. It will be useful even for non-specialists since they will find very concise and technically correct answers to the most difficult problems. We would say that the book presents a thorough multi-disciplinary overview of all the aspects that are relating to the air pollution - it will also be very interesting for people willing to know a bit more about the subject topic in general. Written by the recognized industry experts, this textbook is a truly outstanding place to start learning about pollution topics and their relations to the other problems. The material has been presented in a very easy to read manner making the book very handy and helpful for everyone, not only to specialists.

Category: MISCELLANEOUS | Views: 191 | | Comments (0)

DICTIONARY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

   The present scientific dictionary was developed by Simon Collin and first released some fifteen years ago with the intention to provide the learners of English and people who need the be familiar with the English terminology relating to the technology and some fields of science, to perform their day-to-day work. This is the second edition of the dictionary, completely revised and now fully up-to-date with the latest developments in various areas of technology and science. This world popular and recognized dictionary offers more than seventeen thousand terms from such aspects of technology and science as physics, mechanics, engineering, electronics, earth sciences, chemistry, telecommunications and so many others. The recently updated edition contains hundreds of new terms including environmental protection and even computing, each provided with very clear and concise definitions. We would treat this dictionary as the ideal reference source for students and professionals. There are some supplements at the end of the dictionary, containing various additional information like mathematical symbols, the periodic table, measurements etc. Definitely must-have one.

Category: ENGLISH | Views: 235 | | Comments (0)

merchant ship stability

   This book dealing with the stability of the merchant vessels was written by H. J. Pursley, formerly lecturer to the School of Navigation of the University of Southampton, and revised by J. Wardle, Extra Master. We are all aware of the significant changes that have been made to the approach to the stability of the ships, and these changes did affect merchant vessels. For example, examination requirements considerably increased, the metric units were introduces; in addition to that, the recommendations have been produced for a standard method of presenting/using stability info. In this 7th release of the book all above stated changes were considered and the publication meets all those requirements. Some of the basic information is retained in order to be of some use for the readers who are not familiar with the subject. However, the rest of the text is expanded and re-arranged. The authors of the book did their best to carefully link the theoretical information contained within the book with practice with the particular attention being paid to the matters which might be not fully appreciated by seamen. It is a good and useful publication providing seamen with the basic knowledge without making them go too deep into the theory of naval architecture.

Category: NAVAL ARCHITECTURE | Views: 710 | | Comments (0)

chartering terms

   This is a truly useful and remarkable publication for every person involved in shipping. The author, Kevin Stephens from PPG, standing for the Project Professionals Group, did a huge work - he managed to collect hundreds of the important and necessary chartering terms and provide proper and understandable explanations for all of them. We would strongly recommend this book to everyone dealing with such specific terminology in their day-to-day work, operations or correspondence; it is really a must-have reference publication for such sort of professionals. All shipping and chartering terms are arranged in alphabetical order for easier reference. Subject book will be equally useful for the industry professionals in the field of marine business and economics, ship operation and management, marine insurance and law, and to the people studying the subject disciplines in universities to use in their future career. It is indeed one of the best collections of general shipping and chartering terms and abbreviations available today. Since the file containing the Glossary is small file, it should not be a problem to get it transferred to you mobile device and have it readily available whenever necessary.

Category: MARINE ECONOMICS & BUSINESS | Views: 465 | | Comments (0)

Autonics Power Controllers

   Another pack of official technical documentation, this one refers to the Autonics Single Phase Power Controllers, SPC1 Series. Caution for your safety - Ordering info - Tech Specifications - Factory default - Parts description - Dimensions - Connection - Application - Control input specification and function for each mode - Temperature derating curve - Caution for using - Major Autonics products. The Manual included in the released pack will be helpful when operatuing and maintaining subject equipment.


Alert - Issue 12 - Fit for Purpose

   In many parts of the world recognition of competence is a necessary professional requirement for employment, career development and, unfortunately, liability insurance. As interest in the Human Element grows, not least in response to the awareness raised by Alert!, there will be a need for recognition of competence in the skills related to the science and practice related to addressing Human Element issues in the marine context. Traditional professional bodies, such as the Ergonomics Society and Psychological Societies, emphasise academic qualifications as necessary entry requirements. For such bodies, technical experience that contributes to recognition is centred on the application of particular technical skills, rather than experience in a particular sector of industry. Sector experience, in this case experience in the marine sector, is not taken into account. In any new area of application of the sciences and techniques related to the Human Element the individuals with the responsibility and interest to address these issues will come from a range of backgrounds including, in the case of the marine industry, ship's officers, engineers, surveyors, designers, office staff, academics, etc. A coherent professional body of knowledge may or may not emerge, depending on the depth of the requirement and the novelty of the treatment of the Human Element in the sector. What is required in terms of professional recognition is a scheme that recognises a range of academic backgrounds and gives due regard to experience and achievement.

Category: ALERT SERIES | Views: 270 | | Comments (0)

When One Thing Leads to Another - Safe Container Operations

   The main objective of this training document is to reduce any possible risk arising at the time of the container stow collapsing or when any other container-related accident occurs to the ship. The ultimate aim is to get the deck officers and involved crew members properly trained so that they can identify any possibly unsafe freight container of stowage practice which may result in the accident, at an early stage. The author of the training programme focuses on the issues related to the stowage and lashing of the containers on the ship's deck. It is obvious that the number of accidents involving freight containers on board ships is rising along with the increasing number of containers being transported. Every year many containers are damaged due to the stows collapsing, and this is becoming a true hazard to the shipping industry and the environment. Sometimes such accidents cause fires and explosions on board ships; moreover, there is a danger of serious injury and death to seamen and stevedores. The author also aims to set a menu of discussion, info- and instruction topics related to the safe stowage of the containers for the deck crew and officers in order for them to better understand safe and correct procedures of container handling and securing.

Category: CARGO HANDLING | Views: 632 | | Comments (0)

A Guide to Fishing Vessel Stability

   This Guide released by the Maritime New Zealand is fully dedicated to the stability of the fishing vessels. The stability is something which the life of every fisher depends on and that is why this is of the critical importance. The ship must always be kept safe abd stable. Even if the vessel is safe and complyin with all the applicable rules and regulations, poor operational decisions can easily cause it to capsize. The present publication was developed with the sole intention to help people better understand the key elements influencing ship stability as well as the critical hazards that fishing ships are exposed to. Thorough understanding of the factors that reduce stability will help them make the proper decisions and take the right actions to keep their vessels safe. The book is divided in two big parts - the first one explains the importance of stability while the second one addresses the stability hazards.

Category: NAVAL ARCHITECTURE | Views: 563 | | Comments (0)

Coping With Stowaways

   The number of stowaways detected on board ships is increasing every year. Not only are the numbers rising, but the stowaways themselves are becoming increasingly desperate once they are caught. Organised criminal gangs are often involved, and are becoming more and more sophisticated in their methods. At the same time, port and immigration authorities are becoming far tougher, with many countries refusing to accept stowaways, even when all the arrangements for repatriation are in place, and the stowaway is co-operative. This combination of factors and trends means that finding stowaways on board your vessel will not just be inconvenient - it will be time consuming, expensive, and can also be dangerous. The best solution is always to stop stowaways getting on board: Prevention is better than cure. This training package is aimed at all officers and crew, helping to raise awareness of the growing problem of stowaways. After using the workbook and video, you will be able to understand the nature and scale of the problems that stowaways can cause for crew and owners, help devise and work through clear procedures for preventing stowaways from boarding your ship, search common hiding places using effective search strategies, manage stowaways effectively from their discovery to their disembarkation, and understand the basic legal and ethical requirements for the treatment of stowaways. This booklet is perfectly supplemented with this training video film.

Category: SHIP SAFETY & SECIRITY | Views: 360 | | Comments (0)

Boat Painting Guide & Colour Card

   Please have a thorough look into this Guide for painting, which was developed and released by the professionals of the YachtPaint - people who have been so creative in developing the best solutions in order to protect and improve the performance of the boats of any type for over a century - really remarkable experience record. It makes no difference where you are located and which waters your boat is intended to float, you will definitely find the highest performance coatings that are backed by the knowledge and support provided by International Paint. This release was prepared by the recognized industry experts and will be very useful for every boater. The booklet starts with a nice and concise Quick Reference Guide, followed by the introductory chapter named Before Your Start. After that the readers will proceed to the Step Project Guide and the guides shedding some light on the antifouling and topsides issues; the recommendations for blister repair and prevention are also there. At the end of the publication there are Colour Card and Troubleshooting Guide. We do think that this is a truly important publication for those dealing with the determination and application of the paints to the hulls of the sail- or powerboats and yachts.

Category: BOATBUILDING & BOATING | Views: 476 | | Comments (0)

Risk Focus - Consolidated 2016

   Risk Focus - Consolidated 2016 - the lates official release by the UK P&I Club. This issue secifically highlights the enclosed spaces, the master pilot exchange, moorings, loss of power, slips, trips and falls, and mental health. The information contained in this booklet might be useful for crew members, ship owners and operators when trying to reduce the number of accidents happening on board ships. Apart from focusing on the statistics and listing the main reasons of the accidents, the authors of this book try to perform some analysis of what has happened and what measures are to be implemented in order to avoid same things in the future.

Category: P & I PUBLICATIONS | Views: 471 | | Comments (0)

Robotic Sailing - Proceedings of the 4th International Robotic Sailing Conference

   This book consists of the proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Robotic Sailing - they summarize the current situation in the field of the robotic sailing; the first Partm which is intoructory, contains a review which illustrates the history and recent advances. The key requirement is to have a robust and reliable boat, and this is on what second and third parts focus. The proposed designs range from the very small one-design boats for algorithm development to huge ships built to cross the oceans. In pat 3 of the publication, various aspects of the system design and validation are covered. The papers presented in the last two parts of the book mostly focus on algorithmic matters - approaches for collision avoidance in part 4 and localization and route planning in part 5.

Category: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES | Views: 291 | | Comments (0)

Alert 11 - Integration

   Alert 11 - Integration - The Human Element Jigsaw. In this issue, we are going to consider the human elements jigsaw...This training film is supplemented with this training booklet. Some of the ship components or systems may be fully automated but they may still require some input from the seafarer - setting tolerances, for example, or responding to alarms. Other systems require direct seafarer's input for operation and maintenance. Then, there are systems tat require humans to interact with other humans, etc. And, in all these cases seafarers have to interact and work harmoniously with one another. Integrating the human element in this complex system is a dynamic process...

Category: ALERT SERIES | Views: 327 | | Comments (0)

Alert - Issue 11 - Integration

   The process of integration of the Human Element into a complex system a like putting together a puzzle. Some of the components involved are readily identifiable and easy to be linked together. There are, however, others that are not so obvious, and it takes a certain amount of'trial and error'to fit them into the right slots until, eventually, the whole picture is complete. A ship comprises of a number of component parts (systems) each of which will have some effect on the overall performance of that ship. The extent to which a system will have such effect will depend on how critical it is to the safety of the ship and to its crew. Some systems may be fully automated, but they will still require a degree of intervention from the seafarer, whether it is to set the initial tolerances or to respond to alarms. Some may require direct seafarer input for their operation and for their maintenance. Others will require humans to interact with other humans, and some may be driven by 'outside influences' such as the environment, other humans, or technology. Furthermore, the shipboard environment requires seafarers from a variety of cultural backgrounds to work, socialise and live harmoniously with one another. Use this short video as the supplement.

Category: ALERT SERIES | Views: 310 | | Comments (0)

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