- ROR Rule 2.
- ROR Rule 3 (NOC, RAM, CBD, Underway, Making way, Sailing vessel, seaplane, Length overall.)
- What do you mean by vessel in sight of one another?
- Describe rule number 5.
- Rule number 6.
- Describe a safe speed by vessels with operational radar?
- Rule 7 – Risk of collision.
- At what scale is your radar?
- why is it on 6 and 12 not 24 ?
- What would you use to determine the risk of collision?
- If the bearing is steady, is there a risk of collision ?
- What is rule number 8 ?
- Explain each action under rule number 8.
- Why alter and not slow down or stoping vessel?
- What will you check while taking any alteration?
- If you are in any doubt while taking alteration what will you do ?
- Explain rule number 9 – Narrow channel?
- What side of the narrow channel would you keep ?
- Are you allowed to cross narrow channel?
- What is TSS.
- Explain rule number 10.
- How do you leave a lane?
- How do you cross a lane?
- Why 90 degrees?
- which vessel can use the inshore zone?
- What do you understand by inshore zone?
- Where can you anchor?
- Where can you go fishing in the TSS?
The Fire Control Plan is a mandatory requirement of the SOLAS convention described in Regulation 15 of Chapter II.
CONTENT OF FIRE CONTROL PLAN
A Fire control plan tells us about
- Fire alarm systems
- Sprinkler installation
- Extinguishing appliances
- Means of escape to different compartments and decks
- Ventilation system including particulars of remote operation of dampers and fans.
- The position of various dampers, their marking, and which fan is for a particular compartment.
The Fire control plan is placed generally on the A-deck and can be also present in
conspicuous locations such as navigating bridge, engine room. Copy of the fire control plan shall be available ashore at the offices of the Company.
Renewal, update of Fire control plan
It comes under the responsibility of the master, ship owner and ship management team at shore to ensure that the fire control plan is kept up to date and if alterations are made shall be recorded as soon as possible.
It should be updated whenever there is a change in
- Fighting system
- Alarm system
- Escape route design
- Modification In ship structure or ship particulars
- When flag changes
- During the change of classification society
- or anything related to the current fire plan takes place.
In accordance with the fire plan we also put IMO symbols so that it gets easy to identify various things. One of the tip that one can use when sticking a IMO symbol is to apply paint behind it or on the metal surface and then put the symbol over it. This makes the IMO symbol stick there for a longer time. Well, the glue is already very strong but still this helps sometime.