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All Cargo vessels where MARPOL Convention is applicable must have an Oil record book where the chief engineer will record all oil or sludge transfers and. 2 The Oil Record Book Part I shall be completed on each occasion, on a tank-to- tank basis if appropriate, whenever any of the following machinery space. Rev. 1/ OIL RECORD BOOK INSTRUCTIONS. Oil Record Book, Part I - Machinery space operations (All Ships). The following pages of this section show a.


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(11 to 15 July ), approved the Revised Guidance for recording of operations in the Oil. Record Book Part I – Machinery space operations. Every oil tanker of gross tonnage and above and every ship of gross also be provided with an Oil Record Book, Part II (Cargo/ballast operations). An Oil Tanker of gross tons or above must maintain Parts I and II of the Oil Record Book; Machinery Space. Operations (Part I), and Cargo/Ballast Operations.

It is good practice to make different entry if the tank cleaning was stopped for considerable period.

If you still wish to make one entry only then the duration of cleaning should be calculated as the total duration for which tank cleaning machines were running. The accuracy of this information should be supported by the port log record. Discharge of water from slop tank into the sea When we have done the tank cleaning of the tanks, we can discharge the tank washings collected in the slop tanks through ODME. To be able to do that certain condition of Marpol Annex I need to be fulfilled.

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But when these washings are discharged to see through the ODME, we need to make an entry in oil record book of this fact. The items to record under this entry are Let us see how we need to make the entry for discharge of water to the sea.

Let us see how we need to make the entry for discharge of water to the sea. In this most of the sections are quite straight forward and do not need any explanation. But few sections may be confusing so here comes the clarification.

Oil Record Book for Ships

If you are wondering what if there is a date change between the time as per I and I There is sometime a huge confusion about I and I In first stage the water is pumped out through ODME with higher discharge rate. Under I, we need to record the quantity discharged and rate achieved during first stage. There can be instance when we would stop ODME and thus discharge of water manually without reducing the discharge rate. Missed Entry What if you have missed an entry?

1. Loading of cargo

Let us say you missed to make an entry for cargo discharged at Kochi on 16th March In this case you can use code O to make that entry. So how do we do that?

Have a look at this entry. The date corresponding to the missed entry in this case code C is the date when the entry is now being made in the oil record book. And the second signature is for the person making the missing entry C in this case. Handling notes are to be preserved onboard for three years after the day of the last entry.

The Chief Officer shall keep the records for three years after the day of the last entry. Guidance for recording of operations in the oil record book Part 1 - Machinery space operations all ships Operations should be recorded in chronological order as they have been executed on board. Incineration or landing ashore of oily garbage and used filters should be recorded in the Garbage Record Book only. All Entries are to be made and signed by the officer or officers in charge of the operations concerned and each completed page shall be signed by the master of the ship.

Do not leave any full lines empty between successive entries. If a wrong entry has been recorded in the Oil Record Book ORB , it should immediately be struck through with a single line in such a way that the wrong entry is still legible.

The wrong entry should be signed and dated, with the new corrected entry following. Recording of quantities retained in bilge water holding tanks listed under section 3.

BMA advises on Oil Record Book procedures

The recording of general maintenance of items pertaining to the OWS remains voluntary and is not required to be recorded in the ORB. Usage of code C.

Example 1 Weekly inventory of oil residues sludge tanks tank listed under item 3. Examples of such operations could be: 1.

Collection of oil residue sludge from fuel oil separator drain tanks. Collection of oil residue sludge by draining engine sump tanks. Adding fuel oil to an oil residue sludge tank all content of a sludge tank is considered sludge. This receipt or certificate, if attached to the Oil Record Book Part I, may aid the master of the ship in proving that his ship was not involved in an alleged pollution incident.

Example 4: Draining of water disposal from an oil residue sludge tank listed under item 3. Capacity of sludge tanks should not be recorded for C.

Example 5: Transfer from one oil residue sludge tank to another oil residue sludge tank, both listed under item 3.

Example Pumping of bilge water from engine-room bilge wells to a tank listed under item 3.Carlos Nov 28, That makes it so much important to make absolute correct entries in the oil record book. Bij klikken wordt een externe website met een relatieoverzicht geopend op overheid.

Being Human in Safety-Critical Guidance for recording of operations in the oil record book Part 1 - Machinery space operations all ships Operations should be recorded in chronological order as they have been executed on board.

Most common entry in oil record book is the Loading of cargo. Nothing wrong in that but it is again an extra undesired information.

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