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PLANS AND PROCEDURES FOR RECOVERY OF PERSONS FROM THE WATER

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................5 GENERAL ................................................................................................................5 SCOPE .....................................................................................................................5 REGULATORY INFORMATION ..............................................................................6 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES .........................................................................7 MASTER’S RESPONSIBILITIES .............................................................................7 DUTIES OF OFFICERS AND CREW ......................................................................7 TRAINING ................................................................................................................9 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION .............................................................................10 GENERAL ..............................................................................................................10 THE RECOVERY PROCESS ................................................................................10 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ......................................................................................11 PLANNING FOR THE RECOVERY OPERATION ................................................12 APPROACHING THE DISTRESS AREA ..............................................................13 PROVIDING ASSISTANCE PRIOR TO RECOVERY ...........................................14 BRINGING PEOPLE TO THE SIDE OF THE SHIP ...............................................15 GETTING PEOPLE ABOARD THE SHIP .............................................................16 RECOVERY METHODS EMPLOYED ...................................................................18 GENERAL ..............................................................................................................18 METHOD 1 - GETTING PEOPLE ABOARD THE SHIP BY USING THE RESCUE BOAT......................................................................................................19 METHOD 2 - GETTING PEOPLE ABOARD THE SHIP BY USING THE ACCOMMODATION AND / OR PILOT LADDER AND / OR EMBARKATION LADDERS OF SHIP’S SURVIVAL CRAFT ............................................................20 METHOD 3 - GETTING PEOPLE ABOARD THE SHIP BY USING THE PERSONNEL TRANSFER BASKET......................................................................21 METHOD 4 - GETTING PEOPLE ABOARD THE SHIP BY USING LINES / ROPES / NETS ......................................................................................................22 STANDARD REFERENCES ..................................................................................22 TREATMENT OF RECOVERED PERSONS .........................................................23 STANDING-BY WHEN UNABLE TO RECOVER ..................................................25

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1. 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 2. 2.1. 2.2. 3. 4. 4.1. 4.2. 4.3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10.1. 10.2.

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ANNEX 1 – RISK ASSESSMENT WITH ANTICIPATED CONDITIONS AND SHIP CHARACTERISTICS...........................................................................26 ANNEX 2 – SHIP-SPECIFIC INFORMATION / RECOVERY ARRANGEMENTS ...........32 .1 GENERAL PARTICULARS ...............................................................32 .2 PRINCIPAL DIMENSIONS ................................................................32 .3 REFERENCE PLANS / DOCUMENTS .............................................32 .4 SHIP-SPECIFIC ARRANGEMENTS .................................................33

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1. INTRODUCTION

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GENERAL

This Plan and associated procedures have been developed based on the requirements of SOLAS Chapter III Part B Regulation 17-1 “Recovery of Persons from the Water” (adopted on 30 November 2012 by Resolution MSC.338(91)) and taking into account the “Guidelines for the Development for Plans and Procedures for Recovery of Persons from the Water” (MSC.1/Circ.1447 adopted on 14 December 2012).

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A risk assessment – which takes into account the equipment intended to be used onboard as well as the anticipated conditions and ship-specific characteristics – has been carried out and is set out in Annex 1 to this plan.

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The “Guide to Recovery Techniques” (MSC.1/Circ.1182) provides a number of examples of how certain types of equipment can be used to recover persons from the water, to be referred for facilitating the procedures. In addition, the following related documents were also considered when developing this Plan: .1 MSC.1/Circ.1182 “Guide to Recovery Techniques”; .2 MSC.1/Circ.1185/Rev.1 “Guide for Cold Water Survival”; .3 Search & Rescue (SAR) patterns and operations in the IMO Search and Rescue Manual (MERSAR); and .4 Company’s / vessel’s Emergency Response Plan.

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The purpose of this Plan is to provide guidance for the Master and other crew members onboard the ship regarding procedures for recovering persons from water and to identify the equipment intended to be used for recovery purposes.

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REGULATORY INFORMATION

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SOLAS Regulation III/17-1 “Recovery of persons from the water” requires: “All ships shall have ship-specific plans and procedures for recovery of persons from the water, taking into account the guidelines developed by the Organization*. The plans and procedures shall identify the equipment intended to be used for recovery purposes and measures to be taken to minimize the risk to shipboard personnel involved in recovery operations. Ships constructed before 1 July 2014 shall comply with this requirement by the first periodical or renewal safety equipment survey of the ship to be carried out after 1 July 2014 whichever comes first”.

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DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

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MASTER’S RESPONSIBILITIES

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The initiation or continuation of recovery operations should be at the discretion of the Master of the recovering ship(s), in accordance with the provisions of SOLAS Regulation III/17-1.

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Furthermore, during a recovery operation, the Master’s responsibilities are summarized below: -

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The use of ship's rescue craft must be for the Master to decide, depending on the particular circumstances of the incident. Allowable circumstances, including operational methods to be employed and analysis / mitigation of hazards involved, are referred to in Annexes 1 and 2.

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DUTIES OF OFFICERS AND CREW

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Chief Engineer (C/E): -

Officer on Bridge Watch (OOBW): -

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Galley Dept. Personnel: -

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3. TRAINING

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4. PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

GENERAL

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THE RECOVERY PROCESS

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Annexes 1 and 2 to this Plan should be referred to for the information and procedures specifically used onboard this ship.

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The following flow-chart outlines the basic phases of a recovery operation by using any single-one or a combination of the available recovery methods. Planning for recovery

Ship approaching the distress area

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5. PLANNING FOR THE RECOVERY OPERATION

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6. APPROACHING THE DISTRESS AREA

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7. PROVIDING ASSISTANCE PRIOR TO RECOVERY

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8. BRINGING PEOPLE TO THE SIDE OF THE SHIP

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9. GETTING PEOPLE ABOARD THE SHIP

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10. RECOVERY METHODS EMPLOYED

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The decision of the method (or the combination of methods) to be employed for any specific recovery operation lies with the Master, on the basis of the following criteria: .1 maneuverability of the ship; .2 freeboard of the ship; .3 points on the ship to which casualties may be recovered; .4 characteristics and limitations of equipment intended to be used for recovery operations; .5 available crew and personal protective equipment (PPE); .6 wind force, direction and spray; .7 significant wave height (Hs); .8 period of waves; .9 swell; and .10 safety of navigation.

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This Section contains guidance on specific recovery procedures to be followed for the following recovery methods: The rescue boat (referenced to as Method 1) The accommodation ladder / pilot ladder / embarkation ladders for lifeboats and life rafts (referenced to as Method 2) The ship’s ‘transfer-by-basket’ arrangements (referenced to as Method 3). Lines passed to those in need of recovery (referenced to as Method 4)

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METHOD 1 - GETTING PEOPLE ABOARD THE SHIP BY USING THE RESCUE BOAT

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METHOD 2 - GETTING PEOPLE ABOARD THE SHIP BY USING THE ACCOMMODATION AND / OR PILOT LADDER AND / OR EMBARKATION LADDERS OF SHIP’S SURVIVAL CRAFT

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METHOD 3 - GETTING PEOPLE ABOARD THE SHIP BY USING THE PERSONNEL TRANSFER BASKET

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METHOD 4 - GETTING PEOPLE ABOARD THE SHIP BY USING LINES / ROPES / NETS

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STANDARD REFERENCES

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11. TREATMENT OF RECOVERED PERSONS

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Treatment of people recovered from cold water Always obtain medical advice as soon as possible. Free advice may be obtained from a Telemedical Maritime Assistance Service (TMAS), which can be contacted via a Rescue Coordination Centre.

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Check / clear airway; if still not breathing give 2 full rescue breaths. Commence CPR at a compression rate of 100 per minute, with 2 rescue breaths every 30 compressions. Continue until exhausted if acting alone. If assistance is available, interchange every 2 minutes. If cardiac arrest not witnessed; medical advice not available and none imminent; and no signs of life after 30 minutes, stop CPR but treat the casualty in accordance with the advice in MSC.1/Circ.1185/Rev.1 ‘Guide for Cold Water Survival’ Section 9. If cardiac arrest witnessed, maintain CPR until you are either exhausted or receive medical advice.

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Transfer to sheltered location and check for other injuries. Place in recovery position: beware of vomiting. Monitor and record breathing and heart rate. Provide oxygen by mask, if available. Provide insulation to prevent continued cooling.

Insulate to prevent further heat loss – enclose in blankets and / or plastic. Move to a warm, sheltered location and lay in a horizontal or semi-horizontal position until alert and warm. Oxygen should be given if available. If water was inhaled, encourage deep breathing and coughing. Monitor and record breathing and heart rate. Give warm drinks – no alcohol. If condition deteriorates, refer to the treatment procedure for the unconscious patient, above. Less than 30 minutes exposure and shivering: remove wet clothing and insulate with blankets, etc. Re-warm in hot bath, or seated in a shower – but only if shivering and while being supervised for early signs of dizziness or collapse associated with overheating. For survivors who are shivering and alert, physical exercise will speed up re-warming. Amendment No. 0

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12. STANDING-BY WHEN UNABLE TO RECOVER

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ANNEX 1 – RISK ASSESSMENT WITH ANTICIPATED CONDITIONS AND SHIP CHARACTERISTICS

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When developing the plans and procedures for recovery of persons from the water for this particular ship, the below Risk Assessment was carried out with the aim of identifying hazards involved and taking the necessary risk control measures and develop the necessary procedures/instructions set out in this Manual.

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RISK ASSESSMENT FOR RECOVERY OPERATION USING VESSEL’S LSA: ASSESSMENT DATE

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ADDITIONAL (NEW) / ALTERNATIVE (CONTROL) MEASURES IMPLEMENTATION (as following-up the implementation of measures established in STEP 6)

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ANNEX 2 – SHIP-SPECIFIC INFORMATION / RECOVERY ARRANGEMENTS

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Ship’s Name:

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Ship’s Equipment Specifications

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Maneuverability Parameters

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