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The master and terminal manager, or their representatives, should complete the checklist

jointly. Advice on points to be considered is given in the accompanying guidelines. The

safety of operations requires that all questions should be answered affirmatively and the

boxes ticked. If this is not possible, the reason should be given, and agreement reached

upon precautions to be taken between ship and terminal. If a question is considered to be

not applicable write “N/A”, explaining why if appropriate.

 

 

Ship/shore safety checklist for loading and unloading of dry bulk carriers

 

Date:        Port:                Terminal/Quay……………………………

Available depth of water in berth ……………………… Minimum air draught………………………….

Ship’s name …………………..

Arrival draught (read/calculated) …….. Air draught……….. Calculated departure draught ……… Air draught ………..