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TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE DOCUMENT CONTROL ................................................................................................. 1 RECORD OF REVISIONS .............................................................................................. 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS .................................................................................................. 3 DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS ........................................................................... 6 GENERAL ........................................................................................................... 9 SCOPE (MEG4 1.9.1) ......................................................................................... 9 SHIP DETAILS (MEG4 1.9.2.1) .......................................................................... 9 1.2.1. Particulars................................................................................................ 9 1.2.2. Ownership / Management ....................................................................... 9 1.2.3. Changes .................................................................................................. 9

2. 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. 2.5. 2.6. 2.7. 2.8. 2.9.

MOORING EQUIPMENT DESIGN PHILOSOPHY (MEG4 1.9.2.2) ................. 10 DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS ........................................................................... 10 2.1.1. Design Basis.......................................................................................... 10 2.1.2. Optimal Mooring Pattern........................................................................ 10 MOORING FORCE CALCULATIONS ............................................................... 10 RESTRAINTS.................................................................................................... 10 DESIGN LOADS ............................................................................................... 10 REDUNDANCY CONSIDERATIONS................................................................ 10 SELECTION PROCESS ................................................................................... 11 SERVICE LIFE EXPECTATIONS ..................................................................... 11 ALTERNATE MOORING PATTERNS .............................................................. 11 DESIGN LIMITATIONS ..................................................................................... 11

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INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE AND RETIREMENT (MEG4 1.9.2.4) ............. 13 SURVEY REQUIREMENTS.............................................................................. 13 INSPECTION AND PLANNED MAINTENANCE FOR FIXED EQUIPMENT .... 14 4.2.1. General .................................................................................................. 14 4.2.2. General Windlass and Winch Condition ................................................ 14 4.2.3. Brake Drum Repair ................................................................................ 15 4.2.4. Checking of Brake Linkages .................................................................. 15 4.2.5. Windlass and Winch Brake Lining Replacement ................................... 15 4.2.6. Mooring Winch Brake Testing ............................................................... 16 4.2.7. Emergency Towing Systems ................................................................. 16 4.2.8. Bow Stopper(s) ...................................................................................... 17 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE FOR LOOSE MOORING GEAR ............. 17 (INCL. MOORING LINES) ................................................................................. 17 4.3.1. General .................................................................................................. 17 4.3.2. Synthetic Mooring Lines ........................................................................ 18 4.3.3. Mooring Wires ....................................................................................... 19 4.3.4. Wire Tails and Shackles ........................................................................ 20 CRITICAL EQUIPMENT.................................................................................... 21 4.4.1. Critical Equipment ................................................................................. 21 4.4.2. Specialist Equipment ............................................................................. 21

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RISK AND CHANGE MANAGEMENT (MEG4 1.9.2.5) .................................... 31 RISK ASSESSMENT ........................................................................................ 31 5.1.1. Mooring Fittings’ Design ........................................................................ 31 5.1.2. Operational Safeguards for Mooring Equipment ................................... 32 CRITICAL EQUIPMENT.................................................................................... 32 MANNING AND TRAINING............................................................................... 33 5.3.1. Responsibilities for Mooring Operations ................................................ 33 5.3.2. Manning During Mooring Operations ..................................................... 33 5.3.3. Training for Mooring Operations ............................................................ 34 5.3.4. Communication with Manufacturers ...................................................... 34 HUMAN FACTORS AND PERSONNEL RISK MANAGEMENT ....................... 35 5.4.1. Guidance for Safe Mooring Operations ................................................. 35 5.4.2. Evaluation of Existing Mooring Fittings’ Design ..................................... 36 5.4.3. Safety Precautions during Mooring Operations and While at Berth ...... 36 5.4.4. Handling Fatigue during Mooring Operations ........................................ 40 5.4.5. Freezing Weather Precautions .............................................................. 40 MOORING OPERATIONS PLANS AND PROCEDURES ................................ 41 5.5.1. Weather Limits....................................................................................... 41 5.5.2. Working with Tugs and Line Handling Boats ......................................... 42 5.5.3. Berthing at Buoy Moorings .................................................................... 44 5.5.4. Mooring at Conventional Multi-Buoy Moorings ...................................... 44 5.5.5. Mooring at Single Point Moorings .......................................................... 45 5.5.6. Ship-to-Ship (STS) Operations .............................................................. 46 5.5.7. Reverse STS Operations ....................................................................... 46 5.5.8. Double-banking Operations ................................................................... 47 5.5.9. FPSOs and FSOs Operations ............................................................... 47 5.5.10. Mooring with Vacuum Mooring System (“MoorMaster”) ........................ 52 5.5.11. Mooring Monitoring and Tending Mooring Lines While at Berth ............ 55 5.5.12. Actions to Be Taken to Reduce High Mooring Line Loads and Handle an Emergency Case.................................................................. 56 5.5.13. Communications during Mooring Operations ........................................ 56

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LINE MANAGEMENT PLAN ............................................................................. 21 4.5.1. Line Installation...................................................................................... 22 4.5.2. Storage .................................................................................................. 22 4.5.3. Repair .................................................................................................... 23 4.5.4. Line Maintenance .................................................................................. 23 4.5.5. Wear Zone Management ....................................................................... 24 4.5.6. Deployment Inspection .......................................................................... 24 4.5.7. Routine Inspection ................................................................................. 25 4.5.8. Detailed Inspection ................................................................................ 25 4.5.9. Determination of Expected Service Life ................................................ 26 4.5.10. Residual Strength Testing and Condition Analysis ................................ 27 4.5.11. Planned Retirement Criteria Policy ........................................................ 28 MAINTENANCE RECORDS ............................................................................. 29 4.6.1. Documentation of Formal & Mandatory Inspections .............................. 29 4.6.2. Certification of Mooring Ropes, Wires and Wire-Tails ........................... 29 4.6.3. Planned Maintenance and Inspection Activities .................................... 29 4.6.4. Winch Brake Rendering Capacity Tests ................................................ 29 4.6.5. Condition Monitoring of Mooring Lines .................................................. 30 4.6.6. Records of Minimum Spares Onboard .................................................. 30

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RECORDS AND DOCUMENTATION (MEG4 1.9.2.6) ..................................... 59 OEM DOCUMENTATION ................................................................................. 59 RECORDS ........................................................................................................ 59

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DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS .1

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Deadweight (DWT)

The carrying capacity of a ship, including cargo, bunkers and stores, in metric tons. It can be given for any draught, but here it is used to indicate summer deadweight at summer draught.

Design Basis Load (DBL)

The design load on a fitting given by multiplying the mooring ship design Minimum Breaking Load (ship design MBL) by the Geometric Factor (GF).

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High Modulus A manufactured fiber based on Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (HMPE) Polyethylene (UHMWPE). Manmade, continuous filament synthetic fiber with modulus in the range of 50- 150GPa.

Independent Wire Rope Core (IWRC)

A type of construction of steel wire rope that has an independent wire rope core, as opposed to steel wire rope having a fiber rope core.

Line Design Break Force (LDBF)

The minimum force that a new, dry, spliced mooring line will break at when tested according to MEG4 Appendix B.

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Contains the ship operator's requirements for the management of mooring line maintenance, inspection and retirement during the operational phase of the mooring line lifecycle.

Multi Buoy Mooring (MBM)

A facility where a tanker is usually moored by a combination of the ship's anchors forward and mooring buoys aft and held on a fixed heading. Also called Conventional Buoy Mooring (CBM).

Safe Working Load (SWL)

Generally, a load less than the yield or failure load by a safety factor defined by a code, standard or good engineering practice. SWL is not in relation to cordage or steel wire mooring lines. Based on MEG4, the SWL of a fitting is greater than or equal to the ship design MBL that contacts the fitting.

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Ship Design MBL

The minimum breaking load of new, dry mooring lines for which a ship's mooring system is designed, to meet OCIMF standard environmental criteria restraint requirements (defined in section three). The ship design MBL is the core parameter against which all the other components of a ship's mooring system are sized and designed with defined tolerances.

Safety Management System (SMS)

means a structured and documented system enabling company personnel to implement effectively the company safety and environmental protection policy, as defined in paragraph 1.1 of International Safety Management Code.

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An integrated mooring arrangement for bow mooring a conventional tanker. For example, conventional tanker bow mooring arrangements to a Catenary Anchor leg Mooring (CALM) system, Single Anchor Leg Mooring (SALM) system, Floating (Production) Storage and Offloading unit (F(P)SO) or Floating Storage and Offloading unit (FSO).

Ship-to-ship (STS)

An STS transfer operation is an operation where crude oil or petroleum products are transferred between seagoing ships moored alongside each other. Such operations may take place when one ship is at anchor or when both are underway. In general, the expression includes the approach manoeuvre, berthing, mooring, hose connecting, safe procedures for cargo transfer, hose disconnecting, unmooring and departure manoeuvre.

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All Buoy Berth As Low as Reasonably Practicable British Standards Institution Conventional Buoy Mooring Chemical Distribution Institute Chief Engineer Chief Officer Common Structural Rules Code of Safe Working Practices for Merchant Seamen Design Basis Load Diameter of bend divided by diameter of line Designated Person Ashore Deadweight Tonnage Equipment Number Estimated Time of Arrival Geometric Factor Human-Centered Design Human Factors Engineering High Modulus Polyethylene High Modulus Synthetic Fiber Health, Safety, Quality and Environment High Tensile Steel International Association of Classification Societies International Maritime Organization International Safety Guide for Oil Tankers and Terminals International Organization for Standardization Inspection and Test Plan Independent Wire Rope Core Length Between Perpendiculars Liquid Crystal Polymer Line Design Break Force Line Management Plan Liquefied Natural Gas Lube Oil Length Overall

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This Mooring System Management Plan (MSMP) has been created to help the ship’s Operators ensure that the mooring system is properly inspected, maintained while in service and operated safely and in accordance with the original design basis. It contains information that can be available to anyone onboard who needs to review it.

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The purpose of this Plan is to ensure that all assessed risks are effectively managed through the design and operation of the mooring system. Its aim is to ensure that during mooring operations, no harm comes to ship or terminal staff or damage to the ship or terminal / facility it is interfacing with and that the mooring system meets applicable regulations, codes and recommended practice.

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MOORING EQUIPMENT DESIGN PHILOSOPHY (MEG4 1.9.2.2)

The purpose of this Section is to provide comprehensive details of the ship's original design philosophy and show how the philosophy demonstrates that the ship can be effectively and safely moored against standard environmental criteria. 2.1.

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MOORING EQUIPMENT LIST (MEG4 1.9.2.3)

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Specifications for permanent fittings (mooring fittings, rollers, fairleads, etc.). Specifications for permanent machinery installations (winch motors / drives, etc.). Specifications for loose equipment (mooring lines, tails, pennants, joining shackles, etc.). Specifications for critical and specialist equipment (e.g. winch brake testing equipment) including tools to undertake maintenance and repairs of this equipment. Performance standards / requirements for above equipment.

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Details of ship structure and under deck strengthening may be found in the ship’s construction file (structural and outfitting drawings of the ship).

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INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE AND RETIREMENT (MEG4 1.9.2.4)

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MAINTENANCE RECORDS

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APPENDIX – SHIP-SPECIFIC INFORMATION 1.

SHIP IDENTIFICATION

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