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OIL SPILL CHECKLIST

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  1. If oil spill on board, immediately report to officer on watch, call master/chief engineer.

  2. Stop bunkering, ballasting and cargo preparations, take precautions for inflammable gases and risk of fire.

  3. Alert the oil spill response team, identify the source of oil spill, if necessary use other emergency plan/checklist.

  4. Immediately call the company and brief the incident.

  5. Make oil pollution initial notifications immediately to appropriate shore authorities (coast state, port state, flag state) and local agent/charterer.

  6. Take steps to control oil spill and prevent oil escape overboard. Clean up oil on deck by all means.

  7. Take measures to prevent/control fire risk and prepare lifeboat and lifesaving equipment for emergency.

  8. Make oil spill report soonest to the company.

  9. Follow up status reports to shore authority as appropriate. All actions to be recorded in deck log book/official log book.

  10. Follow up status report to the company at 3 hourly intervals until crisis is over.

  11. Maintain all records of communication time OOW.

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Mualim II Sea watch

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Di rangkum oleh Mas Edy

On shore, 05 February 2010

At sea, the mate on watch has three fundamental duties: to navigate the ship, to safely avoid traffic, and to respond to emergencies. Mates generally stand watch with able seamen who act as helmsman and lookout. The helmsman executes turns and the lookout reports dangers such as approaching ships. These roles are often combined to a single helmsman/lookout and, under some circumstances, can be eliminated completely. The ability to smartly handle a ship is key to safe watchstanding. A ship’s draught, trim, speed and under-keel clearance all affect its turning radius and stopping distance. Other factors include the effects of wind and current, squat, shallow water, and similar effects. Shiphandling is key when the need arises to rescue a man overboard, to anchor, or to moor the ship.

The officer must also be able to transmit and receive signals by Morse light and to use the International Code of Signals

Ukur dan Hitung Minyak

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Oleh: Mas Edy

On board, 15 December 2009

Sumber loss

Loss yang bersifat Fisik

Loss yang bersifat Semu

Sifat Minyak

Minyak bumi mempunyai titik didih yang sangat banyak yaitu dari titik didih 25 C s/d 500 C.

Selain senyawa hydrocarbon, dalam minyak bumi terdapat senyawa sulfur, metal, nitrogen, air dll.

Minyak sukar di ukur volumenya dengan tepat karena sangat rentan berubah pada perubahan suhu dan bentuk tanki.

Pengambilan Contoh Minyak dari Tanki

Composite spot

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Oleh: Mas Edy

On Friday, 31 July 2009

History

The IMO states that “The International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS Code) is a comprehensive set of measures to enhance the security of ships and port facilities, developed in response to the perceived threats to ships and port facilities in the wake of the 9/11 attacks in the United States” (IMO)

Development and implementation were speeded up drastically in reaction to the September 11, 2001 attacks and the bombing of the French oil tanker Limburg. The U.S. Coast Guard, as the lead agency in the United States delegation to the International Maritime Organization (IMO), advocated for the measure. The Code was agreed at a meeting of the 108 signatories to the SOLAS convention in London in December 2002. The measures agreed under the Code were brought into force on July 1, 2004

Scope

The Code is a two-part document describing minimum requirements for security of ships and ports. Part A provides mandatory requirements. Part B provides guidance for implementation.

The ISPS Code applies to ships on international voyages (including passenger ships, cargo ships of 500 GT and upwards, and mobile offshore drilling units) and the port facilities serving such ships.

The main objectives of the ISPS Code are:

To detect security threats and implement security measures

To establish roles and responsibilities concerning maritime security for governments, local administrations, ship and port industries at the national and international level

To collate and promulgate security-related information

To provide a methodology for security assessments so as to have in place plans and procedures to react to changing security levels

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Oleh: Mas Edy

On Saturday, 11 July 2009

Minimum Underkeel Clearance

(minimum UKC)

In order to promote the safety and environmental security of the waterway resources of the Port or Channel, minimum Under Keel Clearance (UKC) (between Keel to Sea Bed) should be kept as follows, in case of no any specified recommendation by the Port authority, Pilot, Facility representative or Agent.

Minimum UKC = 10 % of ships` Draft

Example:Ships` Draft= 5.5m

UKC = 10 % of ships Draft

Draft= 5.5 m x 0.10 = 0.55 m

Requered minimum dept = 5.5 m + 0.55 m = 6.05 m

Minimum UKC = 10 % of ships` Draft

Example:

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Di mozambique channel Africa

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Oleh: mas edy

On board Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Sepanjang bulan maret saya absent internet, begitulah seorang pelaut hanya ingin sekedar menulis cerita pengalaman hidup seorang popeye.

Saya baru sebualan ini join lagi di salah satu kapal tanker perusahan korea, naik di Durban S.A lalu next port ke India. Singkat saja liku-liku kehidupan di kapal memang suatu pengalaman yang unik dan baru pertama kali ini saya ngumpul dengan crew kapal orang korea. Di atas kapal ada juga burma dan china, tapi sebelumnya sudah perna ngumpul. hanya korea saja yang baru pertama kali ini. Sebuah pengalaman yg sebenar nya bukan unik tapi pengalaman yang bisa saya sebut gila.

Saya sedang menulis cerita ini baru saja tadi pagi kira2 pergantian jaga 2/Off ke C/Off posisi kapal sedang berlayar menuju India passing Mozambique Channel ( antara Madagascar dan Benua Africa ).

Hari ini tanggal 17 March 2009 benar2 merubah pola pemikiran saya yang dulunya selalu mengalah tetapi kali ini dan mungkin ke depannya saya harus menjadi jati diri saya yang sebenarnya. Kalau orang Rote (Ibu rote, ayah dari daratan Timor) yang meratau mempunyai satu tekat dalam hati " Saat Orang rote NTT meninggalkan kampung halaman untuk merantau ke negeri orang nyawa pemuda tsbt sebenarnya sudah di bayar" hidup mati di negeri orang apapun persoalan hidupnya pantang menyerah bila harus mati sekalipun.

wah seram juga neh cerintanya he2..

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Penanganan Muatan Tanker

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Di tulis oleh Mas Edy

Monday, 19 January 2009

Penjelasan secara singkat bagaimana prosedur – prosedur Tank cleaning di kapal tanker :

  • Tank cleaning di kapal tanker :
    Tank Cleaning dilakukan dengan menggunakan air panas atau air laut dengan menggunakan alat disebut Butterworth Machine dan dibilas dengan air tawar. Pelaksanaan di laut lepas dgn persyaratan :
  • Kapal dalam pelayaran:
  • Dilakukan pada jarak lebih dari 50 mil dari daratan terdekat
  • Limbah buangan tidak boleh lebih dari 60 ltr/mil
  • Jumlah minyak yang dibuang dalam pelayaran tidak boleh melebihi 1/15.000 jumlah cargo DWT.
  • Drop valve semua dibuka serta katup – katup dan cerat unk drying tangki dan pipa – pipa
  • Filter – filter di pumproom dibersihkan
  • Mooping
  • Kegiatan dicatat di deck logbook dan oil record book.

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Proposal

Kegiatan MT. Maera memperingati HUT Kemerdekaan RI yang ke-63

( 17 Agustus 2008 )

 

 I. LATAR BELAKANG


Menjelang HUT RI yang ke-63 kami crews MT. Maera sebagai warga Negara Republik Indonesia, ikut berpatisipasi dalam memperingati kemerdekaan dengan menyelenggarakan acara perlombaan serta Upacara Bendera dan kegiatan-kegiatan untuk menyemarakan HUT Kemerdekaan RI di atas kapal. continue reading…

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