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2nd Mates

Orals Notes I : (Click here to download )

Contents are as follows;

| abandon ship signal | Anchor | Anchor cable markings | Anchor certificate | Anchor tests | bridge wing light smoke signal | checklist for SEQ survey | contents of fire wallet | davit launched inflatable liferafts | Emergency alarms | emergency lighting | EPIRB 406 Mhz | EPIRB emergency position indicating radio beacon | FFA fire fighting appliances | Fire control plan | fire extinguishers | fire hoses | fire hydrants | Fire locker | fire pumps | fire types of | Fire wallet | firemans outfit | fixed deck foam system | fixed fire fighting systems | hand flares | HRU hydrostatic release unit | inert gas | Information to be provided to fire brigade | international shore connection | Launching lifeboat in emergency | life jackets | life jackets markings | life jackets on passenger ships | life line signals | lifeboat | lifeboat equipment | lifeboat markings | Lifeboats carriage requirements | lifebuoys | lifebuoys markings | liferaft equipment | liferafts | liferafts markings | LSA FFA | LSA requirements | manual launching of inflatable liferafts | muster list contents | Orange smoke floats | parachute flares | passenger ships | pilot ladder | pyrotechnics | rescue boat | SART search and rescue transponder | SCBA checklist | sea anchors | SOLAS training manual | water tight doors | water tight doors maintenance |

Orals Notes II : (Click here to download)

Contents are as follows;

| action on flooding | action on main engine or steering failure | action on sighting vessel aground | advantage of gyrocompass | anchor watch | anchoring | beaching | bridge familiarization | bridge watchkeeping | bunkering procedures | cargo watch | collision | compass work | dangerous goods preparation | dock workers | dropping anchor | duties of OOW | duties of safety officer | gangway watch | general arrangement plan | grain regulations | handing over watch chartroom | handing over watch wheelhouse | heavy weather preparation | interaction | magnetic compass | man overboard | marine chronometer | moor | mooring preparations | mooring stations | navigation in coastal waters | pilot card | port watches on bridge | preparation for arriving in port | preparation for sailing out | preparations for anchoring | Q : abandon ship in Indian ocean in july | Q : agent brings new coil of rope checks | Q : checks about fire extinguishers | Q : fire in engine room action | Q : loading of iron steel pipes and plates | Q : recovery from survival craft | Q : stevedore informs Doff that loading gets over in 1 hr | Q : what information from routing charts | Q : what information from sailing direction | restricted visibility | receiving pilot | search and rescue | ship routing | ship shore master pilot exchange | ships certificates | ships posters | shore ship master pilot exchange | snubbing round | speed measuring device | squat | taking over watch chartroom | taking over watch wheelhouse | vessel aground | weighing anchor | wheel house poster |

 

Orals Notes III : (Click here to download)

These notes are authored by Mr. Edet Uliong (Fleetwood Nautical Campus 2001/2002).

Contents are as follows;

| Aft mooring stations | anchoring | carriage of publications | classes of dangerous goods | contents of IMDG code | contents of MGN MSN MIN | contents of weekly notices | dragging anchor | duties of oow bridge watch | Duties on Cargo Watch | fire in the accommodation | fire in the galley | fog bank | fog signal on bow | GMDSS periodical tests | impeding safe passage of CBD | impeding safe passage of PDV | isolated danger buoy | Joining as 3rd Mate | magnetic compass reading | pilot boarding preparation | precautions while handling CO2 | Preparing for sea | region B buoyage | restricted visibility | rigging accommodation ladder | running moor | Safe navigation watch | short turn around | sighting vessel aground | standing moor |

 

Miscellaneous topics : Chapter 1 - 5 (Click here to download)

Contents are as follows;

|Chapter 01 : publications | admiralty distance tables | admiralty list of light and fog signals | admiralty list of notices to mariners | admiralty list of radio signals | admiralty sailing directions | admiralty tide tables | annual summary of admiralty notices | bridge procedures guide | chart catalogue | code of safe working practices | cumulative notices to mariners | guide to port entry | m notices | mariners handbook | ms notices | ms notices indian | nautical almanac | ocean passages of the world | regulation for carriage of publications | ships routing | tidal stream atlases |
Chapter 02 : anchor certificate | chain cable certificate | drop test for cast anchors | marks on anchors | test on anchor cables | tests on anchors |Chapter 03 : ballast water management | committee tackling ballast water problem | harmful aquatic organisms in ballast water |
Chapter 04 : bridge equipment | autopilot | doppler logs | echo sounder | electromagnetic logs | gps | gps errors of system | gps ground segment | gps pseudo range | gps space segment | gps user segment | gps various dilutions of precision | logs |
Chapter 05 : bulk carrier code |

 

Miscellaneous topics : Chapter 6 - 10 (Click here to download)

Contents are as follows;

|Chapter 06 : | bulk carrier safety chapter 12 |
Chapter 07 : | calibration of gas testing instruments |
Chapter 08 : | mooring ropes |
Chapter 09 : | condemning a wire rope |
Chapter 10 : | cargo handling manual for tankers | 01 contents | 02 introduction | 03 correction notation table | 04 policy | 05 communications | 06 cargo handling and stowage | 07 loading | 08 discharging | 09 sampling and samples | 10 pumproom | 11 safety | 12 pollution prevention | 13 cargo heating | 14 cargo loss control |

 

Miscellaneous topics : Chapter 11 - 15 (Click here to download)

Contents are as follows;

|Chapter 11 : | precautions while handling heavy lifts |
Chapter 12 : | Union purchase system |
Chapter 13 : | Carriage of coal | Hazards of coal | spontaneous heating | carbon monoxide | oxidation | breakage | Methane emission | corrosion | liquefaction |
Chapter 14 : | precautions while handling heavy lifts |
Chapter 15 : | Bridge watchkeeping checklists | daily checks | pre departure | embarkation disembarkation of pilot | master pilot information exchange | deep sea navigation | navigation in coastal waters TSS | changing over watch | changing over watch | preparation for arrival port | anchoring and anchor watch | restricted visibility | navigating in heavy weather TRS | navigating in ice | emergency checklists | main engine failure | steering failure | gyro failure compass failure | bridge control telegraph failure | imminent collision or collision | stranding | fire | flooding | boat liferaft stations | man overboard | search and rescue |

 

Miscellaneous topics : Chapter 16 - 20 (Click here to download)

Contents are as follows;

Chapter 16 : | cold work permit |
Chapter 17 : | IMDG freight container code | container packing and certification | Jettisoning | temperature control on dangerous goods |
Chapter 18 : | Design for double hull tankers |
Chapter 19 : | Drills | Emergency drills | fire drill | oil pollution drill |
Chapter 20 : | Drug and alcohol policy |

 

Miscellaneous topics : Chapter 21 - 26 (Click here to download)

Contents are as follows;

Chapter 21 : | ECDIS | raster charts | Disadvantages of raster charts | vector charts | Disadvantages of vector charts |
Chapter 22 : | emergency generator |
Chapter 23 : | use of almanac for year plus 1 |
Chapter 24 : | enclosed space entry permit |
Chapter 25 : | fire wire |
Chapter 26 : | first aid for H2S poisoning |

 

Miscellaneous topics : Chapter 27 - 30 (Click here to download)

Contents are as follows;

Chapter 27 : | foul anchor | foul hawse | fouled by underwater obstruction | fouled with wire cable |
Chapter 28 : | GMDSS | classes of emission | DSC routine calling frequencies | Enhanced group calling | EPIRB | EPIRB COSPAS SARSAT | EPIRB frequencies | EPIRB Inmarsat E or L band | EPIRB operation | EPIRB VHF DSC | MSI frequencies | NAVTEX | navtex frequencies | on scene communication frequencies | primary inter ship VHF frequency | primary inter ship VHF frequency | SART | SART frequency | sea areas | Survival craft portable VHF |
Chapter 29 : | hot work permit |
Chapter 30 : | IAMSAR | IAMSAR appendices | IAMSAR (section 4) man overboard | IAMSAR (section 4) man overboard one turn | IAMSAR (section 4) man overboard Scharnov | IAMSAR (section 4) man overboard Williamson | IAMSAR (section 4) medico | IAMSAR (section 4) medivac | IAMSAR (section 4) Onboard emergencies | track spacing | types of search patterns |

 

Miscellaneous topics : Chapter 31 - 35 (Click here to download)

Contents are as follows;

Chapter 31 : | meteorology | The atmosphere | adiabatic change | DALR | SALR | barometric tendency | fohn wind effect | met definitions | dew | hoar frost | glased frost | rime | drizzle | rain | snow flakes | ice pellets | hail | sea waves | swell | gust | squall | FOG | Types of fog | radiation fog | advection fog | smog | arctic sea smoke | hill or orographic fog | types of clouds | clouds grouped appearance wise | clouds grouped height wise | buys ballots law |
Chapter 32 : | port state control |
Chapter 33 : | pyrophoric iron sulphide |
Chapter 34 : | requirements for emergency towing |
Chapter 35 : | safety committee |

 

Miscellaneous topics : Chapter 36 - 44 (Click here to download)

Contents are as follows;

Chapter 36 : SCBA ckecklist | regulations for SCBA |
Chapter 37 : shallow water effects | bank suction and bow cushion | smelling the ground | squat |
Chapter 38 : SOLAS chapters and amendments | buoyant lifelines | buoyant smoke signals | cargo information | class A divisions | class B divisions | class C divisions | construction of life rafts | dangerous goods stowage requirements | defn main vertical zones | defn non combustible material | diameter of and pressure in fire mains | documentation for dangerous goods | explosives on passenger ships | fire hoses | fixed gas fire extinguishing systems | general emergency alarm system | hand flares | HRU on liferaft | immersion suits | lifebuoys | lifejacket lights | lifejackets | liferaft equipment | line throwing apparatus | Markings on liferaft | Markings on liferaft container | miscellaneous | muster list and emergency instructions | nozzles | number and position of hydrants | other life saving appliances | oxygen analysis and gas detection equipm | personal life saving appliances | rocket parachute flares | self activating smoke signal | self igniting lights | solas B pack exempted equipment | SOLAS definitions | standard fire test | survival craft | thermal protective aid | training manual | visual aids |
Chapter 39 : | STCW 95 | STCW 95 rest periods |
Chapter 40 : | Electro hydraulic steering gear | hunting gear | four ram steering gear | rotary vane steering gear |
Chapter 41 : | tugs girding scouring | girding | scouring |
Chapter 42 : | LRIT | Introduction | equipment requirements | procedure |
Chapter 43 : | Ship re-cycling convention | Background | Requirements | Ship recycling plan |
Chapter 44 : | Gulf of Aden advisory | Background | Adoption of scheme | Polling and tracking |

 

Shipboard Contingencies (Click here to download)

Contents are as follows;

Contingencies : | abandonment | accident prevention dangerous goods | accommodation fire | rescue action tanks holds | man overboard | collision, grounding flooding | spillage liquid bulk cargoes | machinery equipment failure | helicopter crash emergency landing | acute firstaid | extreme weather | deaths procedure | epidemics | accident prevention dangerous goods | rescue action tanks holds | injury illness | damaged stability | hull damages | calling port refuge | beaching | call stay in area conflict | detention arrest | stowaway | criminal offence | runaway missing crew member | pirates | intoxicating agents drugs | search and rescue actions | towing | requisition of ship | log keeping | general average other inspections | damage to ship equipment | threat of sabotage | hijacking | local war |

 

Rules of the road presentations (Select below to download)

Contents are as follows; (author unknown - kindly contact us if there is any copywright violations)

| Bridge Procedures | Lights and buoys | ROR Rules 1 - 3 | ROR Rules 4 - 10 | ROR Rules 11 - 19 | ROR Rules 20 - 25 | ROR Rules 26 - 31 | ROR Rules 32 - 38 | ROR Handbook |

 

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