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1 Page 1 of 7 Compiled by Approved by Chief Examiner Syllabus Committee:22 November 2011 OPERATIONS SEAFARER CERTIFICATION GUIDANCE NOTE SA MARITIME QUALIFICATIONS CODE Ratings:

2 Page 2 of 7 1. Contribute to a safe navigational watch 1. Ability to understand orders and to communicate with the officer of the watch on matters relevant to watch keeping duties Procedures for the relief, maintenance and handover of a watch in-service experience or practical test 1. Communications are clear and concise Maintenance, handover and relief of the watch is in conformity with acceptable practices and procedures Information required to maintain a safe watch Contribute to berthing, anchoring and other mooring operations Working knowledge of the mooring system and related procedures, including:.1 the function of mooring and tug lines and how each line functions as part of an overall system.2 the capacities, safe working loads, and breaking strengths of mooring, equipment, including mooring wires, synthetic and fibre lines, winches, anchor windlasses, capstans, bitts, chocks and bollards.3 the procedures and order of events for making fast and letting go mooring and tug lines and wires, including towing lines. Operations are carried out in accordance with established safety practices and equipment operating instructions.4 the procedures and order of events for the use of anchors in various operations Working knowledge of the procedures and order of events associated with mooring to a buoy or buoys

3 Page 3 of 7 Contribute to the handling of cargo and stores Knows of the stowage and care of equipment in terms of:- examination for defects greasing of moving parts conditioning of cutting edges and prevention of corrosion Knowledge of procedures for safe handling, stowage and securing of cargoes and stores, including dangerous, hazardous and harmful substances and liquids Basic knowledge of and precautions to observe in connection with particular types of cargo and identification of IMDG labeling Oral examination approved in-service experience practical training examination approved training ship experience.approved simulator training, where appropriate Cargo and stores operations are carried out in accordance with established safety procedures and equipment operating instructions The handling of dangerous, hazardous and harmful cargoes or stores complies with established safety practices Corrosion control, painting and general maintenance Knows the: basic theory of corrosion preparation of surfaces for painting use of primers, undercoats and various paint systems Understanding manufacturer s safety guidelines and shipboard instructions Knowledge of safe disposal of waste materials Knowledge of the application, maintenance and use of hand and power tools Preparation and application of paint is appreciated. Maintenance and repair activities are carried out in accordance with technical, safety and procedural specifications Communications within the operator s area of responsibility are consistently successful Equipment operation is safely carried out in accordance with established procedures

4 Page 4 of 7 Contribute to the safe operation of deck equipment and machinery Knowledge of deck equipment including:.1 function and uses of valves and pumps, hoists, cranes, booms, and related equipment.1 approved in-service experience.2 practical training Operations are carried out in accordance with established safety practices and equipment operating instructions.2 function and uses of winches, windlasses, capstans and related equipment.3 examination.4 approved training ship experience.3 hatches, watertight doors, ports, and related equipment.4 fibre and wire ropes, cables and chains, including their construction, use, markings, maintenance and proper stowage.5 ability to use and understand basic signals for the operation of equipment, including winches, windlasses, cranes, and hoists Communications within the operator s area of responsibility are consistently successful.6 ability to operate anchoring equipment under various conditions, such as anchoring, weighing anchor, securing for sea, and in emergencies Knowledge of the following procedures and ability to: Equipment operation is safely carried out in accordance with established procedures.1 rig and unrig bosun s chairs and staging.2 rig and unrig pilot ladders, hoists, rat-guards and gangways Demonstrate the proper methods for rigging and unrigging in accordance with safe industry practice.3 use marlin spike seamanship skills, including the proper use of knots, splices and stoppers Use and handling of deck and cargohandling gear and equipment: Demonstrate the proper creation and use of knots, splices, stoppers, whippings, servings as well as proper canvas handling.1 access arrangements, hatches and hatch covers, ramps, side/bow/stern doors or elevators.2 pipeline systems; bilge and ballast suctions and wells.3 cranes, derricks, winches Knowledge of hoisting and dipping flags and the main single-flag signals. (A, B, G, H, O, P, Q)

5 Page 5 of 7 Rope work and knots, bends and hitches and care of ropes Has knowledge of natural and man-made fibre ropes. Different types of construction and lay of fibre and steel wire ropes. Advantages and disadvantages in the use of different types of ropes and wires. Knots, hitches and bends are securely made in seamanlike manner. The appropriate knot, bend or hitch is used for the task in hand. Need to grease steel wire ropes Proper stowage of ropes in a dry, well ventilated space. Dangers of chemical spills on ropes, especially with man ropes. Knows how to make: knots bends and hitches in common use such as Reef knot, Rolling Hitch, Timber Hitch, Figure of Eight, Clove Hitch, Wall and Crown. a bowline and bowline on the bight, a sheet bend, double and single, a round turn and two half hitches Splicing of ropes and wires. Knows how to: Whip a rope end plain and palm and needle whipping. Seize a rope or wire end or two ropes or wires together, to put a stopper on a rope or wire hawser and a derrick topping lift. 7. plices are put in a neat and secure manner. The rope or wire=s strength is maintained within normal losses for a splice. The splice is protected. Break out new coils of wire and ropes, check for wear and defects in wires and ropes. Make an eye splice, short splice and back splice in natural and synthetic ropes including multiplated ropes. Make an eye splice, including a locking splice in a wire rope. protect eye splice

6 Page 6 of 7 Working aloft Knows how to use safety harnesses and safety lines The precautions to take before ascending a mast. Work aloft is carried out in a safe and seamanlike manner Knows how to use and rig: a pilot ladder, with manropes, lifebuoy and lighting. A gangway and ladder if ascent or descent is greater than 9 metres. Derricks and cranes Knows how to: Rig and top a derrick Understand the use derricks for cargo work including:- Union Purchase Doubling up Use Jumbo derrick s and heavy lifts Swing through a Stülken Derrick Knowledge of different types of cargo gear, advantages and disadvantages of differing types. The critical factors in operation of each type are understood. The general operation of cranes is understood Operate a crane Start and break out a crane for cargo work The importance of the correct operation of limit switches is understood Use the Gemini mode for double cranes Limit switches and the importance of their correct operation Towing Operations Knows how to rig a towing wire for harbour use and sea. Understand the use of the Snotters Towing wires and towing hooks are properly and safety rigged Able to rig a towing hook.

7 Page 7 of 7 Apply occupational health and safety precautions Working knowledge of safe working practices and personal shipboard safety including: working aloft working over the side working in enclosed spaces permit to work systems approved in-service experience practical training examination approved training ship experience Procedures designed to safeguard personnel and the ship are observed at all times Safe working practices are observed and appropriate safety and protective equipment is correctly used at all times line handling lifting techniques and methods of preventing back injury electrical safety mechanical safety chemical and biohazard safety 10 personal safety equipment 1.Apply precautions and contribute to the prevention of pollution of the marine environment Knowledge of the precautions to be taken to prevent pollution of the marine environment Knowledge of the use and operation of anti-pollution equipment approved in-service experience practical training Procedures designed to safeguard the marine environment are observed at all times Knowledge of the approved methods for disposal of marine pollutants examination approved training ship experience

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