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    The Complete Chief Officer

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    This book is for the young officer aspiring to the position of Chief Officer, or one who has recently been promoted into the position. It is a practical book dealing in the real world of the sea and ships rather than the theoretical, and it discusses the
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    Author: Lloyd, Michael
    This book is for the young officer aspiring to the position of Chief Officer, or one who has recently been promoted into the position. It is a practical book dealing in the real world of the sea and ships rather than the theoretical, and it discusses the various problems that can be encountered as the Mate of a ship.

    There are many publications that teach the correct way of performing the multitude of tasks making up our profession. These publications can be helpful and many of the specialist subjects dealt with are essential. But what we are trying to learn constantly at sea, whatever our rank or experience, is how to blend the correct with the possible to produce a feasible result that will get us and the ship through another day unscathed The Complete Chief Officer Authors Introduction

    Contents:

    1. The Chief Officer 2. Your Company 3. Joining the Ship 3.1 Questions for the Chief Officer 3.2 Checking Around the Ship 3.3 The Bridge 4. Departure 4.1 ETD 4.2 Departure Day 4.3 Trim 4.4 Cargo Completion 4.5 Bridge Equipment 4.6 Testing Engines 4.7 Stowaway Search 4.8 Crew Onboard 4.9 Securing for Sea 4.10 Departure 5. Head of Deck Department 5.1 The Ratings 5.2 Head of Discipline 5.3 Second in Command 5.4 Chief Cargo Officer 5.5 Accommodation 5.6 Safety 5.7 ISM 5.8 Navigation 5.9 Medical 5.10 Security 5.11 Training 5.12 Entertainment 5.13 Stability and Trim 5.14 Garbage Disposal 5.15 Water King 5.16 Enhanced Hull Survey 6. The Chief Seaman of the Ship 6.1 Ship Knowledge 6.2 Boats and Boatwork 6.3 Boat Maintenance 6.4 Boat Stores and Equipment 7. Steel Preparation and Paint 7.1 Costs 7.2 Surface Preparation 7.3 Hand Tools 7.4 Power Tools 7.5 Blast Cleaning 7.6 Paint 7.7 Types of Paint 7.8 Painting 7.9 Safety Precautions for the Paint Locker 8. Ropes and Wires 8.1 Manila Rope 8.2 Sisal Rope 8.3 Nylon Rope 8.4 Polypropylene Rope 8.5 Wire Ropes 8.6 Wire Rope Cores 8.7 Uncoiling 8.8 Handling 8.9 Care and Inspection 9. Heavy Weather 9.1 At Sea 9.2 In Port 10. Freezing Conditions 10.1 Preparation and Precautions 10.2 De-icing Tools 10.3 Crew Clothing 10.4 Damage Control 10.5 Cargo Work in Ice Conditions 11. Relationships 11.1 You and the Company 11.2 You and the Captain 11.3 You and the Chief Engineer 11.4 You and your Deck Officers 11.5 You and the Bosun 11.6 You and the Crew 11.7 Confidential Reports 12. The Chief Officer and the Captain 12.1 Support 12.2 Advising the Captain 12.3 Second in Command 12.4 Keeping the Captain Informed 12.5 Running your Department 12.6 Managing your Captain 12.7 Preparing for Command 12.8 Conflict 13. Stowaways 14. Piracy 15. Passengers 16. The Workforce 16.1 The ILO Convention on Hours of Work 16.2 Working Hours 16.3 Overtime 16.4 Planning the Work 16.5 Safety at Work 16.6 Planned Maintenance 16.7 Cross Departmental Maintenance 16.8 PPE 16.9 PPE Maintenance 16.10 Working with the Crew 17. Training 17.1 Rules of the Road 18. Fatigue 18.1 The Effects of Fatigue 18.2 Safe Working Ethics 19. Leadership and Attitude 19.1 Delegation 19.2 Morale 20. Accommodation and Catering 20.1 The Accommodation 20.2 Cleanliness 20.3 Bedding 20.4 The Messrooms 20.5 The Galley 20.6 Infestation 21. Safety 21.1 ISM 21.2 The Paper Chase 21.3 Safety Officer 21.4 Safety Meetings 21.5 Muster Lists 21.6 Drills 21.7 Boat Drills 21.8 Survival Suits 21.8 Man Overboard Drills 21.10 Fire Drills 21.11 First Aid Drills 22. Stores and Storing 22.1 Tools 22.2 Power Tools 22.3 Disposable Items 22.4 A Storekeeper 22.5 The Running Inventory 22.6 Stores Ordering 22.7 Storing Procedures 23. Bridge Duties 23.1 Watchkeeping 23.2 Lookouts 23.3 The Deck Logbook 24. Alcohol 24.1 Bars 24.2 Record Keeping of Alcohol Consumption 24.3 The Behaviour of those in the Bar, and Guests 24.4 The Crew Bar 24.5 Mixing 24.6 Bringing Alcohol Onboard 24.7 Banning Alcohol 25. Discipline 25.1 Warnings 25.2 Serious Offences 25.3 Disobedience 25.4 Theft 25.5 Assault 25.6 Drunkenness 25.7 Drugs 25.8 Bullying 26. Enclosed Space Entry 26.1 Enhanced Survey Programme 27. Communication 27.1 With the Office 27.2 With the Captain 27.3 With the Crew 27.4 With the Officers 28. Port Preparation 28.1 Planning 28.2 Cargo 28.3 Stores 28.4 Port Work 28.5 Medical 28.6 Official Visitors 28.7 Fresh Water and Garbage 29. Ballast Water Management 30. Anchor Work 30.1 Maintenance 30.2 Anchor Procedures 30.3 Walking out the Anchor 30.4 Heaving Anchor 31. Port Arrival 31.1 Pilot Embarkation and Disembarkation 31.2 Deck Preparation 31.3 Cargo Preparation 31.4 Mooring 31.5 Watchkeeping 31.6 Visitors 31.7 Security 31.8 Gangway Watch 31.9 People you do not want to see 31.10 People you do want to see 32. The Gangway 32.1 Gangway Maintenance 33. Port Responsibilities 33.1 Chief Officers Port Standing Orders 33.2 Shifting Ship 33.3 Garbage Disposal 34. Pollution 34.1 Bunkering 35. Surveys 36. Cargo Operations 36.1 The Cargo Log and your Daily Instructions 37. Cargo and Cargo Terms 37.1 Mates Receipt 37.2 Bill of Lading (B/L) 37.3 Deadfreight 37.4 Laytime 37.5 Demurrage 37.6 Notice of Readiness (NoR) 37.7 On-Hire, Off-Hire 37.8 Cargo Stowage 37.9 Stevedore Damage 37.10 Stopping the Cargo Operations 38. Cargo Safety 38.1 General 38.2 Tankers 38.3 Bulk 38.4 General Cargo 38.5 Deck Cargo 39. Cargo Holds 39.1 The Testing of Hatch Covers 39.2 Hatch Repair 39.3 Monthly Check of Hatches 39.4 Ladders 39.5 Lighting 39.6 Completion of Loading or Discharge 40. Insurance 40.1 P&I Clubs 40.2 Accidents and Accident Prevention 41. Dry Docking 41.1 Dry Dock Safety Meeting 41.2 In the Dry Dock 41.3 Dry Dock Safety and Security 41.4 Anchors 41.5 Completion Letter to a New Chief Officer Acknowledgments

    Publication date: 11 Nov 2010
    Paperback

    Author: Lloyd, Michael
    This book is for the young officer aspiring to the position of Chief Officer, or one who has recently been promoted into the position. It is a practical book dealing in the real world of the sea and ships rather than the theoretical, and it discusses the various problems that can be encountered as the Mate of a ship.

    There are many publications that teach the correct way of performing the multitude of tasks making up our profession. These publications can be helpful and many of the specialist subjects dealt with are essential. But what we are trying to learn constantly at sea, whatever our rank or experience, is how to blend the correct with the possible to produce a feasible result that will get us and the ship through another day unscathed The Complete Chief Officer Authors Introduction

    Contents:

    1. The Chief Officer 2. Your Company 3. Joining the Ship 3.1 Questions for the Chief Officer 3.2 Checking Around the Ship 3.3 The Bridge 4. Departure 4.1 ETD 4.2 Departure Day 4.3 Trim 4.4 Cargo Completion 4.5 Bridge Equipment 4.6 Testing Engines 4.7 Stowaway Search 4.8 Crew Onboard 4.9 Securing for Sea 4.10 Departure 5. Head of Deck Department 5.1 The Ratings 5.2 Head of Discipline 5.3 Second in Command 5.4 Chief Cargo Officer 5.5 Accommodation 5.6 Safety 5.7 ISM 5.8 Navigation 5.9 Medical 5.10 Security 5.11 Training 5.12 Entertainment 5.13 Stability and Trim 5.14 Garbage Disposal 5.15 Water King 5.16 Enhanced Hull Survey 6. The Chief Seaman of the Ship 6.1 Ship Knowledge 6.2 Boats and Boatwork 6.3 Boat Maintenance 6.4 Boat Stores and Equipment 7. Steel Preparation and Paint 7.1 Costs 7.2 Surface Preparation 7.3 Hand Tools 7.4 Power Tools 7.5 Blast Cleaning 7.6 Paint 7.7 Types of Paint 7.8 Painting 7.9 Safety Precautions for the Paint Locker 8. Ropes and Wires 8.1 Manila Rope 8.2 Sisal Rope 8.3 Nylon Rope 8.4 Polypropylene Rope 8.5 Wire Ropes 8.6 Wire Rope Cores 8.7 Uncoiling 8.8 Handling 8.9 Care and Inspection 9. Heavy Weather 9.1 At Sea 9.2 In Port 10. Freezing Conditions 10.1 Preparation and Precautions 10.2 De-icing Tools 10.3 Crew Clothing 10.4 Damage Control 10.5 Cargo Work in Ice Conditions 11. Relationships 11.1 You and the Company 11.2 You and the Captain 11.3 You and the Chief Engineer 11.4 You and your Deck Officers 11.5 You and the Bosun 11.6 You and the Crew 11.7 Confidential Reports 12. The Chief Officer and the Captain 12.1 Support 12.2 Advising the Captain 12.3 Second in Command 12.4 Keeping the Captain Informed 12.5 Running your Department 12.6 Managing your Captain 12.7 Preparing for Command 12.8 Conflict 13. Stowaways 14. Piracy 15. Passengers 16. The Workforce 16.1 The ILO Convention on Hours of Work 16.2 Working Hours 16.3 Overtime 16.4 Planning the Work 16.5 Safety at Work 16.6 Planned Maintenance 16.7 Cross Departmental Maintenance 16.8 PPE 16.9 PPE Maintenance 16.10 Working with the Crew 17. Training 17.1 Rules of the Road 18. Fatigue 18.1 The Effects of Fatigue 18.2 Safe Working Ethics 19. Leadership and Attitude 19.1 Delegation 19.2 Morale 20. Accommodation and Catering 20.1 The Accommodation 20.2 Cleanliness 20.3 Bedding 20.4 The Messrooms 20.5 The Galley 20.6 Infestation 21. Safety 21.1 ISM 21.2 The Paper Chase 21.3 Safety Officer 21.4 Safety Meetings 21.5 Muster Lists 21.6 Drills 21.7 Boat Drills 21.8 Survival Suits 21.8 Man Overboard Drills 21.10 Fire Drills 21.11 First Aid Drills 22. Stores and Storing 22.1 Tools 22.2 Power Tools 22.3 Disposable Items 22.4 A Storekeeper 22.5 The Running Inventory 22.6 Stores Ordering 22.7 Storing Procedures 23. Bridge Duties 23.1 Watchkeeping 23.2 Lookouts 23.3 The Deck Logbook 24. Alcohol 24.1 Bars 24.2 Record Keeping of Alcohol Consumption 24.3 The Behaviour of those in the Bar, and Guests 24.4 The Crew Bar 24.5 Mixing 24.6 Bringing Alcohol Onboard 24.7 Banning Alcohol 25. Discipline 25.1 Warnings 25.2 Serious Offences 25.3 Disobedience 25.4 Theft 25.5 Assault 25.6 Drunkenness 25.7 Drugs 25.8 Bullying 26. Enclosed Space Entry 26.1 Enhanced Survey Programme 27. Communication 27.1 With the Office 27.2 With the Captain 27.3 With the Crew 27.4 With the Officers 28. Port Preparation 28.1 Planning 28.2 Cargo 28.3 Stores 28.4 Port Work 28.5 Medical 28.6 Official Visitors 28.7 Fresh Water and Garbage 29. Ballast Water Management 30. Anchor Work 30.1 Maintenance 30.2 Anchor Procedures 30.3 Walking out the Anchor 30.4 Heaving Anchor 31. Port Arrival 31.1 Pilot Embarkation and Disembarkation 31.2 Deck Preparation 31.3 Cargo Preparation 31.4 Mooring 31.5 Watchkeeping 31.6 Visitors 31.7 Security 31.8 Gangway Watch 31.9 People you do not want to see 31.10 People you do want to see 32. The Gangway 32.1 Gangway Maintenance 33. Port Responsibilities 33.1 Chief Officers Port Standing Orders 33.2 Shifting Ship 33.3 Garbage Disposal 34. Pollution 34.1 Bunkering 35. Surveys 36. Cargo Operations 36.1 The Cargo Log and your Daily Instructions 37. Cargo and Cargo Terms 37.1 Mates Receipt 37.2 Bill of Lading (B/L) 37.3 Deadfreight 37.4 Laytime 37.5 Demurrage 37.6 Notice of Readiness (NoR) 37.7 On-Hire, Off-Hire 37.8 Cargo Stowage 37.9 Stevedore Damage 37.10 Stopping the Cargo Operations 38. Cargo Safety 38.1 General 38.2 Tankers 38.3 Bulk 38.4 General Cargo 38.5 Deck Cargo 39. Cargo Holds 39.1 The Testing of Hatch Covers 39.2 Hatch Repair 39.3 Monthly Check of Hatches 39.4 Ladders 39.5 Lighting 39.6 Completion of Loading or Discharge 40. Insurance 40.1 P&I Clubs 40.2 Accidents and Accident Prevention 41. Dry Docking 41.1 Dry Dock Safety Meeting 41.2 In the Dry Dock 41.3 Dry Dock Safety and Security 41.4 Anchors 41.5 Completion Letter to a New Chief Officer Acknowledgments

    Publication date: 11 Nov 2010
    Paperback