Towards Safer Ships & Cleaner Seas by Dmitry Ulitin while on board FSO "Belokamenka"

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Chapter 1 Serving as an officer on a tanker
1.3.5 Officer hand-over notes - use of bound journal
1.4.1 Station bill - example of fire and abandon ship emergency plan
1.4.4 Drills - conduct of drills for best results
1.4.5 Verbal drills - verbal drills of possible incidents improve readiness
1.5.1 Crew training records - proof or training received
1.6.2 Officer's deck notebook - example of clean product tanker loading plan
1.8.2 Leadership styles - situational leadership
1.9.1 Management - directive style vs. teamwork approach
1.11.3 Diet - the main food groups needed for good health
1.11.5 Health care - crew physical examinations
1.13.1 Communications difficulties - ship-shore must have a common language to communicate

Chapter 2 The ballast voyage
2.1.1 Contamination of SBT Systems - types of leaks which can contaminate SBT
2.1.5 Recommended ballast tank filling levels
2.2.3 CBT 1.0 to 2.4: Stripping pumproom risers and deck discharge lines ashore
2.2.3 CBT 2.5 to 2.7: Stripping bottom line No.1 ashore
2.2.3 CBT 2.8 to 2.12: Stripping bottom lines No.2 ashore
2.2.3 CBT 2.13 to 2.16: Stripping No.3 bottom line ashore
2.2.3 CBT 3.1 to 3.2: Stripping the No.3 pumproom riser and deck line to the slop tank
2.2.3 CBT 4.1 to 5.5: Priming the No.1 cargo pump, and flushing the No.3 centre tank line and No.1 cargo line to the slop tank
2.2.3 CBT 6.1 to 6.5: Flushing the No.1 cargo lines from the No.4 centre tank
2.2.3 CBT 7.1 to 7.6: Flushing the ballasting line
2.2.3 CBT 7.7 to 7.12: Flushing the ballast line
2.2.3 CBT 8.0 to 8.2: Ballast CBT tanks
2.2.5 Oil record book entry - CBT tanker after taking on ballast
2.4.1 Tanker hull stresses in ballast and loaded
2.4.1 Computer plot of tanker load stresses
2.4.1 Diagram of tanker bulkhead deflections due to ballast pattern
2.5.6 Departure checklist
2.7.3 'Squat' table for vessels in shallow water
2.9.1 Tank washing matrix, clean products
2.9.1 Tank washing matrix, black oils
2.9.3 Tank washing machine curve
2.13.1 Oil content monitor schematic
2.13.1 ODM record, decanting slop tank
2.13.2 Oil record book entry
2.13.3 Control of discharge of oil from cargo tank areas of oil tankers
2.15.1 Tank ventilation air flow by displacement diagram
2.15.1 Tank ventilation by dilution diagram
2.15.1 Tank ventilation dilution curves
2.15.3 Enclosed (confined), space entry safety checklist
2.15.5 Tank cleaning setup
2.15.8 Pumproom personnel rescue rig
2.16.1 Internal structure in typical wing cargo tank
2.18.1 Pumproom sea valve test schematic
2.20.1 Loadlines
2.20.1 Calculation of departure draft for loading orders
2.20.2 Loading plan
2.20.2 Trim calculations
2.20.2 Trimming forces
2.20.3 Example of ullage difference required for incompatible cargoes loaded into adjacent tanks
2.20.4 Incorrect loading sequence tank selection ('checkerboard' pattern)
2.20.5 Bar-chart form of loading plan
2.20.6. Ullage allowance for topping-off with a list 2.20.6. Ullage allowance calculation for cargo expansion

Chapter 3 The loading port
3.6.3 Connecting cargo hoses; using hose stopper
3.7 Notice of readiness form
3.19.4 Cargo status board
3.20.1 Tanker mooring plan
3.20.2 Loading arm operating envelope
3.23.1 Pipeline displacement schematic
3.24.2 Example of a trim table
3.24.3 Salinity differential allowance
3.29.3 Cargo tank ullage
3.29.4 Procedure for finding free water under cargo
3.29.6 Cargo quantity calculation procedure
3.29.7 Example of vessel experience factor calculation
3.31.1 Cargo spill recovery pump preparations

Chapter 4 The loaded passage
4.2.1 Curve of crude oil cloud point as a function of pour point
4.10.1 Inert gas system

Chapter 5 The discharge port
5.1.2 Trimming ship when water depth is limited
5.1.3 Bar-chart form of discharge plan, including COW operations
5.2.1 Discharge sequence bar chart
5.5 Cold water ports for cargo heating
5.24.2 Sea valve drain installation to detect leaks
5.26 Centrifugal pump
5.26.1 Schematic of centrifugal pump performance factors
5.27.7 Bar-chart form of COW plan
5.28.1 Schematic of independent stripping system
5.28.1 Schematic of combined main/stripping systems
5.28.1 Diagram of 'last-gallon' stripping system
5.28.2 Schematic of reciprocating pump
5.28.7 Cross-section diagram of possible tank suction locations
5.31 IMO stripping line
5.31 Schematic illustrating dropping cargo lines to stripping accumulation tank
5.35.1 Diagram of suction bellmouth location and ROB wedge calculation
5.36.1 GARD cargo incident questionnaire (audit form)
5.38 Example cargo forms

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