2nd Mates & NCV Complete Handout

2nd Mates & NCV Complete Handout

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BRIDGE EQUIPMENT A¼ Auto Adaptive Steering System A¼ AUTO PILOT A¼ Automatic Identification system A¼ BNWAS A¼ Echo Sounder A¼ Electronic Chart display and Information System (ECDIS) A¼ Global positioning system A¼ Gyro Compass A¼ Gyrocompass - Starting, Care _ Maintenance A¼ LRIT - Long Range Identification and Tracking A¼ Magnetic Compass A¼ Magnetism A¼ Marine Bucket A¼ Rate of turn Indicator a€“ ROTI A¼ Speed Log - Doppler Log A¼ Speed Log - Electro Magnetic Log A¼ Speed Log - Impeller Logs A¼ Speed Log - Pressure Type log A¼ Voyage Data recorder BRIDGE WATCHKEEPING A¼ Bridge Procedure _ Organisation A¼ Bridge Procedure and Guide A¼ Bridge Resource Management A¼ Bridge watch keeping A¼ Calling Master A¼ Checklist for Coastal Navigation A¼ Entries in Deck Log book A¼ Keeping Anchor Watch A¼ Keeping Navigation Watch A¼ Navigation in Restricted Visibility A¼ Navigation with pilot embarked A¼ Precautions a procedures to follow - Berthing a Unberthing A¼ Ship reporting System a€“ SRS A¼ Ship Routeing A¼ Situational Awareness A¼ Taking over Anchor Watch at sea A¼ Taking Watch over at sea A¼ Vessel Traffic Services CARGO A¼ BLU a€“ Code A¼ Bulk Grain Cargos A¼ CAP a CAS A¼ CAS a CAP - PM Singh A¼ Cargo Numericals A¼ Cargo Securing Manual A¼ Cargo Work A¼ Centrifugal Pump A¼ Code of Safe Practice A¼ Container Lashing System A¼ Containerised Cargo A¼ COW - Crude Oil A¼ COW Check List A¼ COW A¼ Deck Cargoes A¼ Dock Workers Regulations A¼ Heavy Lift Precautions A¼ HOG Lashings A¼ Hydrocarbon Gas - Percentage by Volume A¼ IMDG Amendment 34 A¼ IMDG Code A¼ IMSBC a€“ CODE A¼ IMSBC Code - MMD Questions A¼ Numerical - Basic Concepts A¼ Pumping System A¼ Preparations and Precautions for Loading A¼ Preparations for a cargo ship safety A¼ Saucer Secured by Bundling of grain A¼ Steel Cargo A¼ Stowage and Segregation A¼ Timber Code A¼ Under Deck Stowage A¼ What is a chain register METEOROLOGY A¼ Abnormal Tides - Tidal Bore A¼ Anemometer A¼ Aneroid Barometer A¼ Barograph A¼ Geostrophic Wind A¼ Gradient Wind A¼ Heat A¼ Isallabars A¼ Latent Heat A¼ Metereology A¼ Relative Humidity A¼ Sea Breeze _ Land Breeze A¼ The Atmosphere A¼ Tidal Bore A¼ Vapour Pressure A¼ Visibility a€“ Fog A¼ Water Vapour A¼ Wind Roses A¼ WMO PRINCIPLES OF NAVIGATION A¼ Celestial Navigation A¼ Daily motion _ Horizontal System of Co-ordinates A¼ Earth - Moon System A¼ Hour Angles A¼ Latitude by Meridian Altitude A¼ Sextant and Altitude A¼ Staggered Observation A¼ Time A¼ Twilight - Rising _ Setting of Celestial Bodies A¼ Twilight a Circumpolar Bodies a€“ Numericals SEP A¼ Ballast Water Management A¼ Bunker Overflow _ PSSA A¼ Bunkering Operations A¼ Bunkering Safety Check-list A¼ Classification Societies A¼ Code of Safe working Practices for Seaman A¼ Collision A¼ Control of discharge of oil A¼ Danger Message A¼ Document of Authorization A¼ Enclosed Space Entry Permit A¼ Garbage Management Plan (GMP) A¼ Grounding A¼ Hotwork A¼ International Convention on Load Lines, 1966 A¼ ISPS Code A¼ Maritime Labour Convention 2006 A¼ Marpol - 1973 International Convention A¼ Marpol - Annex 1 a€“ ODMCS A¼ Marpol - Annex 1 - Special Areas A¼ Marpol - Annex 2 a€“ II A¼ Marpol - Annex 3 a€“ III A¼ Marpol - Annex 4 a€“ IV A¼ Marpol - Annex 5 a€“ V A¼ Non-Tank Vessel (NTVRP) A¼ Oil Pollution OPA A¼ Oil Record Book A¼ Oil Tankers A¼ Oily Water Separator A¼ Permit-to-work System A¼ Personal Protective Equipment and Ropes A¼ Personal Protective Equipment A¼ Preparations a Precautions for heavy Weather A¼ PSC Inspection A¼ Risk Assessment A¼ Ropes A¼ Ship board Oil pollution Plan a€“ SOPEP A¼ SOLAS a€“ Annex 7 A¼ SOLAS Convention A¼ SOLAS Requirement for LSA A¼ Task and Workload Management A¼ The ISM Code A¼ The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) A¼ The Safety Organisation on Board A¼ United Nations Convention on the law (UNCLOS) A¼ Working aloft SHIP CONSTRUCTION A¼ Bottom Structure A¼ Hatchways A¼ Oil Tanker Construction A¼ Rudders and Stern Frames A¼ Scuppers, Air and Sounding Pipes A¼ Shell and Deck Plating A¼ Ship Construction a€“ Diagram A¼ Ship Construction A¼ Stern Tube A¼ Types of Frame A¼ Web Frame SHIP HANDLING A¼ Principles of Ship Handling A¼ Ship Handling A¼ Ship Handling- Part 2 STABILITY A¼ Stability Question Set A¼ Trim a€“ Hindship A¼ TrimSOLAS Chapter VII - Carriage of dangerous goods This chapter is related to dangerous cargo. Chapter VIII ... It refers to detailed and comprehensive Code of Safety for Nuclear Merchant Ships. Chapter IX ... carriers over 150 metres in length, SOLAS requirement for LSA/FFA Fire Fighting Appliance (cargo ships) Capacity.

Title:2nd Mates & NCV Complete Handout
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