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Safety Management System For Fishing Vessel:

Nevermore NN408


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Table Of Content Health and Safety Policy Statement ...................................................................................... 4 Code of Practice Checklist ..................................................................................................... 5 Emergency Checklists and Drills .......................................................................................... 6 Radio Emergency Checklist ................................................................................................... 7 Crew pages for Edgar Poe ..................................................................................................... 8 Personal Details and Certificates .............................................................................................. 8 Crew Induction form ................................................................................................................. 9 Crew pages for Robert Stevenson ....................................................................................... 10 Personal Details and Certificates ............................................................................................. 10 Crew Induction form ............................................................................................................... 11 Crew pages for Herman Melville .......................................................................................... 12 Personal Details and Certificates ............................................................................................ 12 Crew Induction form ............................................................................................................... 13 Muster Plan ............................................................................................................................ 14 Risk Assessment .................................................................................................................. 15 Risk Assessments for Boarding and Leaving (28th April 2012) .................................................. 15 Risk Assessments for General Working Onboard (28th April 2012) ............................................ 16 Risk Assessments for Shooting and Hauling (28th April 2012) ................................................... 18 Risk Assessments for Handling the Catch (28th April 2012) ...................................................... 19 Risk Assessments for Shore side activities () ........................................................................... 20 Risk Assessments for Engine Room (23rd October 2011) ......................................................... 22 Risk Assessments for Vessel Safety () .................................................................................... 24 Risk Assessments for Potting (28th April 2012) ........................................................................ 26 LOLER & PUWER Reporting ................................................................................................ 28 LOLER Equipment Record .................................................................................................... 28 Monthly LOLER Record Sheet for .......................................................................................... 29 PUWER Equipment Record ................................................................................................... 30 Monthly PUWER Record Sheet .............................................................................................. 31 Vessel Stability Information ................................................................................................. 32 Stability assessment for the vessel .................................................................................... 33 Wolfson mark fitting Instructions ........................................................................................ 34

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Health and safety policy statement Merchant Shipping and Fishing Vessels (Health and Safety at Work) Regulations 1997 This is the Health and Safety Policy Statement for the vessel:

Nevermore Our statement of general policy is: to provide adequate control of the health and safety risks arising from our work activities; to consult with our employees on matters affecting their health and safety; to provide and maintain safe plant and equipment; to ensure safe handling and use of substances; to provide information, instruction and supervision for employees; to ensure all employees are competent to do their tasks, and to give them adequate training; to prevent accidents and cases of work-related ill health; to maintain safe and healthy working conditions; and to review and revise this policy as necessary at regular intervals. Person Responsible for Health and Safety:

Signature:

Date:

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CODE OF PRACTICE FOR THE SAFETY OF SMALL FISHING VESSELS: CHECK LIST OF REQUIREMENTS DECKED Vessels 10m and above Registered Length to less than 12m Registered Length "Decked vessel" means a vessel with a continuous watertight weather deck that extends from stem to stern and has positive freeboard throughout, in any condition of loading the vessel. Item

Remarks/compliance

Expiry/Service Date

Lifejackets - 1 per person Liferaft 2 Lifebuoys (1 with 18m buoyant line attached) or 1 Lifebuoy (with 18m buoyant line) +1 Buoyant Rescue Quoit 3 Parachute Flares 2 Hand held Flares 1 Smoke Signal, buoyant or hand held 1 Multi purpose Fire Extinguisher (fire rating 5A/34B) Gas Detector 1 Fire Blanket (light duty) in galley or cooking area (if applicable) Smoke Alarms 1 Fire Pump + Hose or 1 Fire Bucket and lanyard + 1 Multi-purpose Fire Extinguisher (fire rating 5A/34B) + 1 fixed Fire Extinguishing system for the machinery space 1 Multi purpose Fire Extinguisher for oil fires (fire rating 13A/113B) VHF Radio - fixed (DSC) or hand held For distress and urgency communications, it is recommended that VHF DSC is fitted. Coastguard Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centres maintain a listening watch only on VHF Channel 16 via loudspeaker. The primary means of distress and urgency alerting should be via VHF DSC. Bilge Pump Navigation Lights & Sound Signals Anchor and cable/warp Compass Waterproof Torch Medical Kit Note: The checklist represents the minimum safety equipment requirements. Owners should in addition to the above consider carrying additional safety equipment. A radar reflector is recommended for vessels constructed of wood or glass reinforced plastic (GRP) and vessels with no significant steel upper works or masts. Carriage of a liferaft with release mechanism and EPIRB are also recommended.

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Helicopter operations checklist Secure or remove all lose items from deck areas Remove or secure aerials and put radar to standby Prepare to receive instructions from the helicopter on VHF Ch16 Make sure all your life saving equipment is ready for use Make sure your lights are not going to cause glare Allow the winchwire / winchman to earthbefore touching if a medivac write down casualties details including, name, next of kin and any treatment received onboard.

Person Overboard checklist Throw a life-ring in to the sea as close as possible to person overboard Raise the alarm by shouting Commence recovery procedure Inform the coastguard via DSC and / or ch16 Mayday

Grounding checklist Check for damage If assistance is required call the Coastguard for assistance Determine where the safest route to deep water lies Consider the use of anchors to stop the vessel going further aground If possible reduce the weight of the vessel to decrease its draught If it is impossible to refloat or damage is too great remain grounded until assistance arrives.

Hull damage checklist Check for damage Identify the location of water ingress Cut off electrical power in the immediate area Shore up area, turn off seacocks or use a fothering sheet to reduce ingress Use auxiliary pumps and bucket to remove water If necessary prepare to abandon the vessel in enough time not to get caught with the vessel

Abandoning ship checklist Fire onboard checklist Raise the alarm on discovery of smoke or fire Restrict the fire if possible by closing hatches Muster crew and call the Coastguard Prepare life saving equipment and fire fighting equipment If safe, extinguish the fire with due caution to size of fire etc Or escape via liferaft or abandon to water (inform Coastguard)

Abandon the vessel as a last resort only Muster crew (if possible take sea sickness tablets) Transmit a distress call and message Put on lots of warm clothing and lifejackets If available prepare liferafts remembering to secure the painter Abandon the vessel Cut painter at the last safe possible moment

Medical emergencies checklist Deliver first aid, and make initial assessment Contact Coastguard for advice / medivac Prepare casualty for evacuation, include medical details (see helicopter operations checklist) Attach any records / relevant information to casualty (passport if abroad) Record incident in vessel log and report to MAIB.

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MAYDAY PROCEDURE If DSC is available press Distress Button, choose the nature of distress and position if not GPS enabled, then send DSC call. Next ensure radio is on VHF ch 16 on High Power and transmit the following message

Mayday, Mayday, Mayday This is Nevermore, Nevermore, Nevermore Call Sign: Mike Alpha Echo Sierra Three MMSI: Two Three Two Zero Zero Four Zero Five Zero

Mayday Nevermore MMSI: Two Three Two Zero Zero Four Zero Five Zero Callsign: Mike Alpha Echo Sierra Three In Position: ____ Degrees ____ Decimal ______ Minutes N/S ________Degrees ____ Decimal ______ Minutes E/W My Nature of Distress is: _____________________ I have ______ Persons onboard. I require Immediate Assistance. Other Relevant information?: Over Phonetic Spelling of Vessel Name Read exactly as it is written

November Echo Victor Echo Romeo Mike Oscar Romeo Echo

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Crew Details Edgar Poe Job Title: E-Mail: Date of Birth: Phone Number: House no. & Street: Town: Post Code:

Skipper Poe@raven.net 01/01/1970 0876587652 12 Nevermore Street Gettysburg PA3 2QA

Emergency Contact Details Name: Relationship: Phone Number: House no. & Street: Town: Post Code:

Mrs Poe Mother 0879876121 12 Nevermore Street Gettysburg PA3 2QA

Certificates Course New Entrants Health and Safety Basic First Aid Basic Sea Survival Fire Fighting and Fire Prevention Safety Awareness

Date 02/01/2012

Cert Number 34

03/01/2012 01/01/2012 04/01/2012

445667 778 3423

15/03/2012

sa234

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Induction Form The location and use of safety equipment and fire equipment: Liferaft Location

Life jackets & lights & whistles

Lifebuoy and light

Pyrotechnics

EPIRB

First aid equipment

Portable fire equipment

Fixed fire equipment & detection

Deck / fire pump & hose/s

Vent closures / fuel shut offs

Metal buckets with lanyards The routine operation, procedure or general knowledge of: Windlass / anchoring

Preparing vessel for sea

Watch keeping responsibilities

LPG system

Berthing mooring lines

Fishing equipment & safety

Helm / engine controls & pilot

Electrical & emergency electrical

Communication equipment

Refuelling

Bilge & tank pumping

Hatches and closures

Garbage / oil / sewage disposal

Record keeping

Incident reporting

Navigational equipment The response in the event of an emergency:

General alarm signal

Medical / injury

Fire on board / E/R alarms

Escape routes

Person overboard

Abandon vessel / remain with vessel

Flooding / grounding / bilge alarm

Fixed fire equipment & detection

Deck / fire pump & hose/s

Vent closures / fuel shut offs

Metal buckets with lanyards Acknowledgement of instruction provided by the master / owner and received by the crew for those items initialled above Name of Crew

Edgar Poe

Name of Owner / Master Name of Emergency Contact for crew

Signature & Date Signature & Date

Mrs Poe / Mother

Phone

0879876121

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Crew Details Robert Stevenson Job Title: E-Mail: Date of Birth: Phone Number: House no. & Street: Town: Post Code:

1st Hand Marooned@Tisland.com 09/12/1984 7676543556 2 Embankment Pirates Bay PO34 4TQ

Emergency Contact Details Name: Relationship: Phone Number: House no. & Street: Town: Post Code:

Mr Stevenson Father 098769556 20 Livesy Road pirates bay BN23 4TA

Certificates Course Basic Sea Survival

Date 03/04/2012

Cert Number NA

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Induction Form The location and use of safety equipment and fire equipment: Liferaft Location

Life jackets & lights & whistles

Lifebuoy and light

Pyrotechnics

EPIRB

First aid equipment

Portable fire equipment

Fixed fire equipment & detection

Deck / fire pump & hose/s

Vent closures / fuel shut offs

Metal buckets with lanyards The routine operation, procedure or general knowledge of: Windlass / anchoring

Preparing vessel for sea

Watch keeping responsibilities

LPG system

Berthing mooring lines

Fishing equipment & safety

Helm / engine controls & pilot

Electrical & emergency electrical

Communication equipment

Refuelling

Bilge & tank pumping

Hatches and closures

Garbage / oil / sewage disposal

Record keeping

Incident reporting

Navigational equipment The response in the event of an emergency:

General alarm signal

Medical / injury

Fire on board / E/R alarms

Escape routes

Person overboard

Abandon vessel / remain with vessel

Flooding / grounding / bilge alarm

Fixed fire equipment & detection

Deck / fire pump & hose/s

Vent closures / fuel shut offs

Metal buckets with lanyards Acknowledgement of instruction provided by the master / owner and received by the crew for those items initialled above Name of Crew

Robert Stevenson

Name of Owner / Master Name of Emergency Contact for crew

Signature & Date Signature & Date

Mr Stevenson / Father

Phone

098769556

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Crew Details Herman Melville Job Title: E-Mail: Date of Birth: Phone Number: House no. & Street: Town: Post Code:

Crew White@leviathan.co.uk 02/03/1987 09876653737 16 Pequod Street Nantucket NT23 5TH

Emergency Contact Details Name: Relationship: Phone Number: House no. & Street: Town: Post Code:

Mr Melville Father 02543661778 16 Pequod Street Nantucket NT23 5TH

Crew Training Warning The crew needs to attend a Sea Survival course before going to sea!

Certificates Course

Date

Cert Number

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Induction Form The location and use of safety equipment and fire equipment: Liferaft Location

Life jackets & lights & whistles

Lifebuoy and light

Pyrotechnics

EPIRB

First aid equipment

Portable fire equipment

Fixed fire equipment & detection

Deck / fire pump & hose/s

Vent closures / fuel shut offs

Metal buckets with lanyards The routine operation, procedure or general knowledge of: Windlass / anchoring

Preparing vessel for sea

Watch keeping responsibilities

LPG system

Berthing mooring lines

Fishing equipment & safety

Helm / engine controls & pilot

Electrical & emergency electrical

Communication equipment

Refuelling

Bilge & tank pumping

Hatches and closures

Garbage / oil / sewage disposal

Record keeping

Incident reporting

Navigational equipment The response in the event of an emergency:

General alarm signal

Medical / injury

Fire on board / E/R alarms

Escape routes

Person overboard

Abandon vessel / remain with vessel

Flooding / grounding / bilge alarm

Fixed fire equipment & detection

Deck / fire pump & hose/s

Vent closures / fuel shut offs

Metal buckets with lanyards Acknowledgement of instruction provided by the master / owner and received by the crew for those items initialled above Name of Crew

Herman Melville

Name of Owner / Master Name of Emergency Contact for crew

Signature & Date Signature & Date

Mr Melville / Father

Phone

02543661778

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Muster Plan Crew Member

Stage 1 Muster at muster station with warm clothing and lifejacket securely fastened

Stage 2 Form work parties to save the ship and attend to casualties

Stage 3 Abandon ship on verbal order of the skipper

Muster Point

Emergency Parties

Abandon Ship

Edgar Poe Skipper

Call crew to muster using alarm. Contact Coastguard and don lifejacket

Keep communications with the coastguard

Transmit a Mayday and Give order to abandon ship

Robert Stevenson 1st Hand

Don extra clothing and go to muster station. Don Lifejacket

Prepare efforts to save vessel and take charge of crew

Prepare liferaft alongside the vessel and await order to abandon ship

Herman Melville Crew

Don extra clothing and go to muster station. Don Lifejacket

Follow 1st Hands instructions

Follow 1st Hands instructions

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Boarding and Leaving last edited on 28th April 2012 Risk id

Work process/action undertaken in area

Hazard associated with activity

Controls already in place

Significant risks identified

Further assessment required Y/N

1.1

Quayside

Falling into the water leading to hypothermia or drowning Slipper surfaces leading to falls Obstructions leading to falls Unprotected openings leading to falls

Work as a team on jetties. No running on the jetties and follow the harbour masters usage instructions

Slight chance of falling in and drowning

Medium Risk

1.2

Dinghys (Tenders)

Launching dinghy leading to minor injuries Falling into the water leading to hypothermia or drowning Losing power leading to loss of vessel and drowning Dinghy capsizing leading to hypothermia or drowning

Ensure punts have 30cm freeboard before crew enter.

Sinking and risk of drowning

Low Risk

1.3

Crossing other vessels

Falling into the water leading to hypothermia or drowning Slippery decks/surfaces leading to falls Obstructions leading to falls

Take care crossing other vessels, ensure they are tied securely and are well lit. If necessary cary a torch to make sure the deck is safe. Do not cross the vessels if it involves crossing gaps where you could fall into the water.

Death

High Risk

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General Working Onboard last edited on 28th April 2012 Risk id

Work process/action undertaken in area

Hazard associated with activity

Controls already in place

Significant risks identified

Further assessment required Y/N

2.1

General working on the deck, whilst not Fishing.

Slips, Trips and Falls. Possibly falling overboard.

Deck is cleaned on a constant basis. Ropes are to be stored correctly when not in use and Oil spills are to be reported immediately to the skipper. In bad weather the wearing of a PFD or Lifejacket is recommended.

Drowning Broken bones and muscular injuries

Low Risk

2.2

Working on the Rigging and Wheelhouse roof.

Falling from a height or getting stuck aloft.

No working aloft in weather above Force 4 unless in sheltered waters. Always work in pairs whilst aloft with one crew below to assist.

Falling causing serious injuries.

Low Risk

2.3

Using the watertight hatches

Leaving hatches unlocked whilst at sea

Training procedure: Hatches are always locked immediately after use. Hatches left open are coloured differently to surrounding area.

Foundering due to weather and water ingress

Medium Risk

2.4

Lifting equipment such as derricks/cranes

Being hit by suspended objects leading to minor or serious injury

Davit and block a restrained and only experienced and trained crew are to use the block and winch

Significant personal injury

Medium Risk

2.5

Working on an open deck

Falling or being swept overboard leading to death or serious injury Exposure to elements leading to injury or illness

Always wear fishing oilskins and heeled boots. Deck should be cleaned after every fishing activity finishes

Falling overboard and drowning

Medium Risk

2.6

Manual Handling

Poor manual handling techniques leading to minor or serious injury

All weights should be individually assessed, if the crew member finds it too heavy then a second crew should be asked to help. All repetitive tasks will be on a rotational basis and shared amongst the crew.

Permanent disability by back injury etc.

High Risk

2.7

Working at height

Falls leading to death or serious injury

No lone working above 5 feet off of the deck, this includes wheelhouse roof and A frame. Weather needs to be calm before working aloft.

Falling leading to serious injury.

Low Risk

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Risk id

Work process/action undertaken in area

Hazard associated with activity

Controls already in place

Significant risks identified

Further assessment required Y/N

2.8

New crew or observers

Inexperience of crew leading to mistakes and injuries

Due to the extra tim a new crew member needs it is essential the crew have been properly inducted to the vessel. Drills for MOB and RADIO call to be taught on the first day 16 to 18 year olds require a specific risk assessment and should get a medical as per employment of young persons M-Notice.

Serious injury

Low Risk

2.9

New equipment

Inexperience of crew leading to mistakes and injuries

Read manufacturers instructions If possible try and observer another vessel with same equipment Ensure all emergency procedures such as shut down are known by all crew.

Serios Injury

Medium Risk

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Shooting and Hauling last edited on 28th April 2012 Risk id

Work process/action undertaken in area

Hazard associated with activity

Controls already in place

Significant risks identified

Further assessment required Y/N

3.1

Hauling the pots

Getting injured by the winch

Training procedure: There is a strict training process to follow before operating the winch. Emergency shutdown of the winch by: 1 Control lever 2 Hydraulics lever 3 Engine shutdown.

Serious bodily harm

Medium Risk

3.2

Ropes and Lines

Incorrect handling of ropes leading to burns and minor injuries

Never hold a rope by hand that is weighted over the vessel All moving ropes will cause friction so never stop a moving rope by hand.

Serious personal injury

Low Risk

3.3

Bites in the line

Becoming caught in line and being pulled into the water leading to death or serious injury

Follow onboard training to reduce the risk of getting caught in the line Never walk on flaked ropes whilst shooting the gear away

Getting caught in the back rope and being pulled over the side. Drowning or serious injuries

Medium Risk

3.4

Pot jamming whilst shooting away

Falling into water while clearing pots Gear suddenly freeing leading to falls

Training advice is to never attempt to free the jammed pot or go anywhere near it until weight is off of the back rope.

Serious personal injury and Death

High Risk

3.5

Coming fast

Falling into the water leading to hypothermia or drowning Gear suddenly freeing leading to falls Frayed wires leading to minor injuries Vessel instability leading to vessel loss, death or serious injury Lines parting leading to death or serious injury

Skipper follows defined procedure. All lifting levers to be reduced to a minimum Crew to report to skipper to assist.

Serious injury and risk of capsize

Low Risk

3.6

Hauler

Becoming caught in hauler leading to serious injury

Onboard Training

Serious personal Injury

Low Risk

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Handling the Catch last edited on 28th April 2012 Risk id

Work process/action undertaken in area

Hazard associated with activity

Controls already in place

Significant risks identified

Further assessment required Y/N

4.1

Kiving the Crabs

Getting bitten by the crabs

Handle the crabs with care, and store brown side up so that they don't fight. Follow onboard training on safe handling of crabs.

Minor personal injury

Low Risk

4.2

Handling knives in general

Getting cuts or leaving the knife where it can cut others

All knives are to be kept sheaved whilst not in use

Getting cut by knife

Low Risk

4.3

Handling the catch

Getting bitten

Wear gloves to reduce skin damage if bitten

cuts and bruises

Low Risk

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Shore side activities last edited on Risk id

Work process/action undertaken in area

Hazard associated with activity

Controls already in place

Significant risks identified

Further assessment required Y/N

5.1

Quayside working areas

Slippery surfaces leading to falls Clutter and obstructions leading to falls Poor lighting leading to falls

Risk Level Not Set

5.2

Working on quayside

Falling into harbour leading to death or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

5.3

Manual handling

Poor manual handling technique leading to minor or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

5.4

Lifting equipment use derricks/cranes

Being hit by suspended objects leading to minor or serious injury. Equipment failure leading to minor or serious injury.

Risk Level Not Set

5.5

Lifting equipment use derricks/cranes

Being hit by suspended objects leading to minor or serious injury. Equipment failure leading to minor or serious injury.

Risk Level Not Set

5.6

Powered equipment

Poorly maintained power equipment leading to minor or serious injury Incorrect use of equipment leading to minor or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

5.7

Lift truck usage

Poorly maintained lift truck leading to serious injury Incorrect use of equipment leading to minor or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

5.8

The public

Members of the public disrupting work and being injured or causing an injury to others

Risk Level Not Set

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Risk id

Work process/action undertaken in area

Hazard associated with activity

Controls already in place

Significant risks identified

Further assessment required Y/N

5.9

Contractors

Contractors not understanding the vessel safety requirements and being injured or causing an injury to others

Risk Level Not Set

5 . 10

Working over water

Falling into harbour, leading to death or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

5 . 11

Cleaning chemicals

Incorrect use, leading to minor or serious chemical burns

Risk Level Not Set

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Engine Room last edited on 23rd October 2011 Risk id

Work process/action undertaken in area

Hazard associated with activity

Controls already in place

Significant risks identified

Further assessment required Y/N

6.1

Engine room lighting

Poor lighting leading to falls

Always check lighting before entering the engine room. Carry a torch if hatch light will be insufficient if lighting fails.

Injuries due to poor lighting

Risk Level Not Set

6.2

Head level obstructions

Bangs to the head

Risk Level Not Set

6.3

Machinery

Poorly maintained of unguarded machinery leading to minor or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

6.4

Hot surfaces

Burns

Risk Level Not Set

6.5

Noise

Minor or serious hearing damage

Risk Level Not Set

6.6

Fuel/oil

Fuel and oil spills/leaks leading to slips and falls

Risk Level Not Set

6.7

Hydraulics

Equipment failure leading to vessel loss, death or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

6.8

Pipe work

Pipe failure leading to vessel loss, death or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

6.9

Loose fittings

Equipment failure leading to vessel loss, death or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

6 . 10

Sea inlet valves

Poorly maintained sea inlet valves causing flooding leading to vessel loss, death or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

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Risk id

Work process/action undertaken in area

Hazard associated with activity

6 . 11

Lone working

Resulting in accidents not being noticed and dealt with swiftly leading to additional complications and more serious consequences

Controls already in place

Significant risks identified

Further assessment required Y/N Risk Level Not Set

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Vessel Safety last edited on Risk id

Work process/action undertaken in area

Hazard associated with activity

Controls already in place

Significant risks identified

Further assessment required Y/N

7.1

Vessel operations

Vessel being operated in conditions and situations that are beyond its capabilities leading to loss, death or serious injury Vessels being modified without professional advice leading to vessel loss, death and serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

7.2

Stability

Poor vessel design leading to capsize, death or serious injury Poor vessel loading leading to capsize, death or serious injury Water ingress and free surface effect leading to capsize, death or serious injury Water on deck free surface effect leading to capsize, death or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

7.3

Watchkeeping

Ineffective watchkeeping leading to grounding, vessel loss, death or serious injury Ineffective navigation leading to grounding, vessel loss, death or serious injury Ineffective navigation leading to collisions, vessel loss, death or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

7.4

Fire

Fire hazards not controlled leading to fire, vessel loss, death or serious injury Fire detection systems not functions leading to fire spread vessel loss, death or serious injury Poorly maintained fire fighting equipment leading to fire spread vessel loss, death or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

7.5

Condition of hull and fittings

Failure of hull leading to vessel loss, death or serious injury Failure of watertight integrity leading to vessel loss, death or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

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Risk id

Work process/action undertaken in area

Hazard associated with activity

Controls already in place

Significant risks identified

Further assessment required Y/N

7.6

Alarms

Failure of alarms leading to vessel loss, death or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

7.7

Steering systems

Failure or malfunction of steering leading to vessel loss, death or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

7.8

Engine failure

Failure or malfunction of engine leading to vessel loss, death or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

7.9

Navigation equipment

Failure or malfunction of navigation equipment leading to vessel loss, death or serious injury Incorrect use of navigation equipment leading to leading to vessel loss, death or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

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Potting last edited on 28th April 2012 Risk id

Work process/action undertaken in area

Hazard associated with activity

Controls already in place

Significant risks identified

Further assessment required Y/N

8.1

Pot retrieval

Being banged by pots on retrieval leading to minor injuries Lifting pots leading to back injuries

Ensure LOLER inspections have been carried out on the lifting point, shackles and block. Ask for assistance if lifting heat weights.

Personal injury

Medium Risk

8.2

New crew members

Inexperience of crew leading to mistakes and injuries

Risk Level Not Set

8.3

Pot/creel openings

Falling into the water leading to hypothermia or drowning

Risk Level Not Set

8.4

Haulers

Becoming caught in hauler leading to serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

8.5

Communication

Lack of awareness of working being undertaken leading to possible injuries

Risk Level Not Set

8.6

Snagged gear

Falling into the water leading to hypothermia or drowning Gear suddenly freeing leading to falls Frayed wires leading to minor injuries Vessel instability leading to vessel loss, death or serious injury Lines parting leading to death or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

8.7

Pot/creel jamming on exit

Falling into water while clearing pots Gear suddenly freeing leading to falls

Risk Level Not Set

8.8

The discharge of pots/creels

Becoming entangled in pots and being pulled into the water leading to death or serious injury Being struck by pots leading to death or serious injury Lifting pots leading to back injuries

Risk Level Not Set

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Risk id

Work process/action undertaken in area

Hazard associated with activity

Controls already in place

Significant risks identified

Further assessment required Y/N

8.9

Bites in line

Becoming caught in line and being pulled into the water leading to death or serious injury

Risk Level Not Set

8 . 10

Ropes and lines

Incorrect handling of roles leading to burns and minor injuries

Risk Level Not Set

8 . 11

Stowage of pots

Pots falling on crew leading to serious injury Shifts in loading leading to vessel instability and loss

Risk Level Not Set

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LOLER Equipment Record for Nevermore IDENTIFICATION Date

Description

Identification

PERIODS OF Location/ use

Inspection

Examination

COMPETENT PERSON Inspection

Examination

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Monthly LOLER Record Sheet for Nevermore Identification:

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

reports Date:

Corrective actions:

Observation / Reasons:

Action Taken:

Signature:

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PUWER Equipment Record for Nevermore IDENTIFICATION Date

Description

Identification

PERIODS OF Location/ use

Inspection

Examination

COMPETENT PERSON Inspection

Examination

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Monthly PUWER Record Sheet for Nevermore Identification:

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

reports Date:

Corrective actions:

Observation / Reasons:

Action Taken:

Signature:

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Stability and Loading Guidance for Fishermen Overview: Fishing is the most dangerous industry in the UK, and most countries of the world. Although there are many causes of accidents, most of the fatalities are caused by capsize or swamping because they occur without warning and with little prospect of survival. Safety is dependent on the stability and seaworthiness of the vessel, and its size in relation to the sea state. Small vessels, therefore, are particularly vulnerable, but they are the ones for which no stability calculations are required.

Stability Notice: The guidance information described here is intended to provide fishermen with some indication of their level of safety in terms of their loading and lifting, and in relation to the seastate. The method was developed in Research Project 559 conducted for the MCA. Although it is simple for the user, the development incorporated the findings of extensive model tests on a wide range of hull forms and loading cases, and may be applied to any type of vessel. The basic recommendation is for all vessels to display a Stability Notice in a prominent position in the wheelhouse. This notice provides guidance on how certain loading or lifting operations will reduce the safety of the vessel, and on the limiting seastates in which such operations should be conducted. Three safety zones are defined, and assigned the colours green, amber and red on the Stability Notice to represent their relative levels of safety. For vessels with no stability information the guidance is based on the residual freeboard when loaded or lifting heavy loads, and the freeboards referred to on the Stability Notice should be marked on the side of the vessel using a standard Freeboard Guidance Mark. The mark should be positioned at the lowest freeboard, or where the freeboard becomes lowest when lifting. The only vessel dimensions required for the calculation are the overall length and beam. This spreadsheet will calculate the freeboards and associated seastates for your vessel, and can be used to print a Stability Notice to be placed on board. It also provides the dimensions of the Freeboard Guidance Mark. It is not expected that fishermen will attempt to view the freeboard guidance marks when loading at sea, but that they will become familiar with their location to increase their awareness of how the residual freeboard affects their level of safety. Capsize prediction cannot be precise because there are too many changing factors. This approximate method of guidance should help to increase awareness of the dangers of low freeboard, and of heeling vessels to large angles by lifting heavy loads.

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Nevermore Stability information for Nevermore Length: 11.58m Breadth: 4.1m PLN: NN408

Loading & Lifting Guidance

Safety Zone

Minimum Freeboard

Good margin of residual freeboard

Good Margin of Safety

At Least 49 cm

Maximum Seastate

Loading or lifting reduces Low Level minimum 24 to 49 cm 1.4 Metres of Safety freeboard to less than 49 cm

Excessive loading or lifting reduces minimum freeboard to less than 24 cm

Danger of Capsize

less than 24 cm

0.7 Metres

Stability information is calculated from the Wolfson stability information calculations, as defined in MGN_427 F ANNEX 5. It is recomended that you duplicate this page and laminate it. It should be within the wheelhouse where it can be easily seen.

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Fitting of the Wolfson Stability Mark Overview: The Mark is a visual guide which can be applied to the vessel to help you get an idea aof how your vessels loading changes through the stages of the information sheet from Green to Orange to Red. It is not intended that you will use it whilst at sea but more that in the port you can see your return state or leaving state. It should be placed at the position of minimum freeboard.

Wolfson Mark Dimensions

125mm

240mm

250mm

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