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Fishing Vessel Sue Ellen BM 211

Safety Management System

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Index 1. Safety Management Introduction

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2. Health and Safety Policy

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3. Risk Assessments

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4. Emergency Procedures

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5. Standard Operating Procedures

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6. Automatic Identification System

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7. Crew Training/Assessment forms

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8. Accident and incident forms

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9. Crew joining forms

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10. Drills and monthly check forms

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1. Introduction to our - Safety Management System (SMS) Fishing Vessel - Sue Ellen BM 211 S&P Trawlers and North Devon Trawlers have put together a set of procedures and guidelines to help promote a safe and positive working environment to benefit the wellbeing of all our employees; which is built upon existing processes. The fishing industry by its nature can be ‘a dangerous environment to work in’. Through our experience and close collaboration with all of our employee’s we have and will continue to reduce the hazards to make our workplace safer. Our SMS primary aim is to identify hazards, involved with the whole processes in order to reduce the risk to a level that is as low as is ‘reasonably practicable’. As a duty of care we all have a personal responsibility to the wellbeing of ourselves and our work colleagues to adhere to our organisational Health and Safety policies and procedures.

Our Company Objective is to:     

Define how the organisation is set up to manage risk. Identify workplace risk and implement suitable controls. Implement effective communications across all levels of the organisation. Implement a process to identify and correct non-conformities. Implement a continual improvement process.

At S&P Trawlers and North Devon Trawlers our objective is to maximize opportunities to improve the overall safety for everyone associated with our companies. We want our SMS to be woven into the fabric of our companies to become an integrated part of our learning culture which will improve the way we all carry out our jobs. We acknowledge that by implementing and continuously improving our SMS systems based on latest recommendations it enables us to share and promote good working practice which benefits everyone, concerned.

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2. Health and Safety policy statement This Health and Safety policy statement recognises ‘S&P Trawlers ltd and North Devon Trawlers ltd’ obligation under Merchant Shipping and Fishing Vessels (Health and Safety at Work) Regulations 1997. S&P Trawlers and North Devon Trawlers has a moral and legal obligation to safeguard, as far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of their employees and anyone who may be affected by the actions of the 2 companies or as a result of its activities. S&P Trawlers and North Devon Trawlers fully accept their obligations and responsibilities, which will be achieved by:         

Providing adequate control of health and safety risk arising from our work activities Consulting with our workers/crew on matters affecting their health and safety Providing and maintaining safe plant and equipment Ensuring safe handling and use of substances Providing information, instruction and supervision for workers Ensuring all workers are competent to do their tasks, and to give them adequate training Preventing accidents and cases of work related ill health Maintaining safe and healthy working conditions and Review and revise this policy as necessary at regular intervals

Person Responsible for Health and Safety

Signature:

Date:

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3. Risk Assessment

Boarding and leaving

Hazard Area/Activity

Risk

Controls in place to reduce risk

Risk Dangers

Risk Level

Use of ladder

Falling from ladders leading to serious injury or death. Falling into the water leading to hypothermia or drowning. Slippery surfaces leading to falls.

Slight risk of drowning or breaking bones due to falling

Low Risk

Crossing other vessels

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

Slight risk of drowning or possible injury from a fall

Low Risk

Quayside

Falling into the water leading to hypothermia or drowning. Slippery surfaces leading to falls. Obstructions on the quayside. Causing a hazard to general public.

When boarding the boat from a ladder, make sure the ladder is in good condition and is not slippery from oil, ice etc.. Another crew should be on hand to help if needed. Do not carry heavy loads and make sure to have both hands for gripping. Assess that the vessel has no trip hazards or slippery decks first and that the vessel is securely moored. Cross in a team so crew members can assist each other. Make sure to keep a safe distance from the edge. Keep public a safe distance if unloading or carrying out any operations on the quayside. Abide by the harbours regulations.

Slight risk of drowning or falling leading to injuries.

Low Risk

Hazard Area/Activity

Risk

Risk Dangers

Risk Level

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General working aboard

Handling Catch

Fish spines and teeth leading to minor injury

Working on an open deck

Falling or being swept overboard leading to death or serious injury. Trip and falling hazards

Manual handling

Poor lifting techniques leading to minor or serious injury.

Working at height

Fall to death, drowning or serious injury

Working areas

Slippery decks/surfaces leading to falls. Clutter and obstructions leading to falls. Poor lighting leading to falls.

New crew

Inexperience of crew leading to mistakes and injuries.

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Training from skipper on different species of fish and likely hazards. Wear safety gloves and protective clothing when handling catch. Make sure the area is well lit. Training from experienced crewman on safe practices in bad weather. Life jackets to be worn at all times when working on open deck. Make sure deck is kept tidy and free from trip hazards and all equipment is stowed properly. Training courses have been provided by company. Ask another crewman for assistance. We do not want anyone working at heights when at sea. Working at heights can only be carried out in a sheltered safe environment with the use of a harness and monitored by another crewman. Good housekeeping, make sure everything is stowed in the area/provision provided. Report any maintenance issues to skipper to be rectified. Induction by skipper. Ongoing training in all areas until assessed competent by skipper.

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Minor cut, bruises and slight risk of blood poisoning if wound is left untreated and goes septic.

Low Risk

Death by drowning, hypothermia or injury due to falls

Medium Risk

Back or muscle damage

High Risk

Possible death from falling or drowning.

High Risk

Slight risk of bruises, cuts and falls

Low Risk

Death by drowning, injuries from lifting and pulling operations.

High Risk


New Equipment

Inexperience of crew leading to mistakes and injuries.

Communication

Lack of awareness of work being undertaken leading to possible injuries.

Machinery including hydraulics

Use of Winch, lifting and pulling operation causing injury to person and damaging the vessel. Slips and falls due to slippery surface and obstructions. Objects falling on crew leading to injury. Shifts in load could lead to stability issues with vessel Incorrect use leading to minor or serious injury

Fish room floors/work areas Fish stowage in fishroom

Cutting equipment

Lowering fish baskets/boxes into fish room

Objects falling onto crew. Man lowering could lift incorrectly.

Wires and ropes

Wire or ropes parting causing whiplash , heavy loads dropping and causing damage to boat and crew

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Limited responsibility until trained. Careful monitoring Training in correct operation. Following of instructions and not deviating from operating procedures. Make sure equipment is fit for purpose. Training in clear and repeated procedures. Acknowledgement and instructions repeated to clarify. Only trained and competent crew assessed by the skipper to operate machinery. Training on safe practices and good house keeping Training in correct way of stowing fish to ensure loads can’t move especially in bad weather Correct PPE of gloves, eye and ear protection available on vessel must be used. Manual handling training for correct techniques. Lifting equipment is maintained correctly. Standard signals used for procedure Daily checks on all lifting equipment.

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Broken bones, loss of limbs and many other injuries. Slight risk to injury, but probably a slower operation until crew are familiar with new equipment

Low Risk

Possibility of causing harm to crew or boat

Medium Risk

In correct use leading to serious injury or death.

High Risk

Possibility of minor injuries Stability of vessel. Injury to crew by moving loads Cuts and bruises possible

Low Risk

Bruises, broken bones or possible back injury due to incorrect techniques

Low Risk

Loss of limbs or death. Damage and stability issues to vessel

High Risk

Medium Risk Low Risk


Galley

Fire leading to vessel, death or serious injury. Poor hygiene practises leading to illnesses

Below deck ventilation and temperature

Poor air quality leading to illness

Handling knives in General

Cutting yourself and leaving knife where it can potentially cut others

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Loler and puwer checks carried out and recorded. Defects reported immediately to skipper Guard are in place to reduce movement of cooking utensils. Don’t leave cooking unattended and show caution in bad weather. Safety equipment is checked monthly for any services due. Air is circulated and kept cool by extraction circulation unit. Hazardous and toxic substances are not used below deck Good practises of storing knives in correct location and protective sleeves.

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This could be a burn or a major incident depending on the quick and correct actions of the crew

High Risk

Headaches and uncomfort

Low Risk

Minor or major cuts

Low Risk


Shore Side Activities

Hazard Area/Activity

Risk

Controls in place to reduce risk

Risk Dangers

Risk Level

Contractors

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

Minor injuries to person or others

Low Risk

The public

Disrupting work or potentially putting themselves in danger

Possible injuries from falling objects in lifting operations

Medium Risk

Lift truck usage

Potential dropping of fish boxes and loads collapsing

Manual handling

Poor lifting techniques leading to minor or serious injury.

Landing Equipment

Potential of drop load on crewman

Contractors are supervised and put into a safe environment to work. Point out any hazards to the contractor Create a hazard area and put up barriers or restrictions to keep member of public from endangering themselves when unloading fish or nets Test truck before and use and confirm from staff it in good working order. Use only within harbour authorities guidelines. Training courses have been provided by company. Ask another crewman for assistance if a heavy lift Training from skipper in operation, clear communication and signals. Regular maintenance check and defects corrected

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Low Risk

Back or muscle damage

High Risk

Low Risk


Engine Room

Hazard Area/Activity

Risk

Controls in place to reduce risk

Risk Dangers

Risk Level

Fuel/Oil

Fuel and oil spill leading to slips and falls, contamination and pollution to the environment

Injury from slips

Low Risk

Hydraulics

Possible burst oil pipes or equipment failure leading of vessel

Slip hazard in engine room and hydraulic failure for correct operation of boat

Low Risk

Hot Surfaces

Burns

Burns to skin

Low Risk

Machinery

Potential exposure to moving parts, shafts, belts etc…

Possible hand or limb damage if trapped in belts or moving parts.

High Risk

Noise

Noise from running engine causing problems to hearing Poor lighting leading to falls and exposure to moving parts.

Minor to major hearing problems with constant exposure Minor to major injuries

Medium Risk

Engine room lighting

Sea inlet valves

Valves in poor condition could lead to failure and ingress of water

Spill mats available to mop up spills. Regular maintenance and checks to prevent spills. Oil and fuel must be secured correctly in allocated area. Service and maintenance plan in place. Report any leaks immediately. Check pipes are clipped up so they don’t vibrate and run pipes thin on other equipment Plan in place to check exhausts are lagged properly. Crew trained to be aware of potential dangers around exhausts, turbos and cooling systems. Guards are in place to lower risks on moving parts. Reqular checks to spot any potential risk. Training on potential danger areas. Ear defenders are supplied and are to be used in engine at all times. Regular checks and defects reported. Don’t operate in poor light levels Regular checks and maintenance. Defects reported immediately

Flooding or sinking of vessel

High Risk

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Medium Risk


Lone working

Resulting in accident or incident not being noticed and potentially harmful consequences

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Crew trained to communicate and monitor each other if in possible hazardous place

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Injury to crewman or boat

Low Risk


Hazard Area/Activity

Risk

Controls in place to reduce risk

Risk Dangers

Risk Level

Conditions of Hull and fittings

Loss of vessel, serious damage and intake of water due to failure of hull and/or fittings.

Boat is inspected annually and recorded. Any serious defects are rectified immediately

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

High Risk

Alarms

Failure of alarms not alerting crew of possible dangers and problems on vessel eg. engine, bilge and fire alarms Failure can lead to loss of manoeuvrability and being unable to control the vessel correctly.

Regular testing, servicing and recording of testing in monthly checks Emergency steering can be used. Steering is checked monthly and recorded; any defects are reported and rectified immediately Regular maintenance program in place. Daily checks carried out and any defects reported. Emergency anchor can be used until engine is working or while waiting for assistance from another vessel.

Damage to engines, loss of vessel and crew

High Risk

Damage to the vessel and/or other vessels

Low Risk

Loss of fishing gear, navigation hazards leading to damage and possible loss of vessel if drifted onto shoreline.

Medium Risk

This boat has 2 plotters available. Charts are kept of present location. Handheld GPS can be used as emergency back-up. Regular checks and maintenance to eliminate risk of failure. Fire detection and fire equipment is available. Equipment is checked monthly.

This could lead to possible collisions and grounding of the vessel

Low Risk

Possible loss of life and vessel if not reacted too immediately.

High Risk

Steering Systems

Vessel Safety

Engine Failure

Failure of main engine leading to loss of power, steering and manoeuvrability

Navigation Equipment

Failure or loss of navigation equipment leading to loss of position

Fire

Outbreak of fire from galley, engine room and electrical faults are possible.

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Watch keeping

Stability

Watchkeeping is very important in all aspects of operations; not carried out correctly can lead to collisions and grounding. Loading of a boat is very important because if it’s overloaded or badly loaded; this can seriously affect the motion of the vessel and its ability to right itself.

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Fire drills are practised monthly by vessel crew. Training/assessment by skipper. Watch alarms fitted. Watch only carried out by experienced crewman. Refer to stability book. Load lines to give indication Training by skipper on good loading practices

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Possible collisions, High Risk groundings leading to loss of vessel and life possible. An unstable boat could list, flood and sink with loss of life possible.

High Risk


Stern Trawling

Hazard Area/Activity

Risk

Controls in place to reduce risk

Risk Dangers

Risk Level

Ropes and wires

Incorrect handling of lines can lead to burns and minor injuries. Becoming caught in lines and being pulled into the water.

Minor injuries to death.

High Risk

Shooting the trawl

Crew could snag in the trawl or trapped underneath trawls

Monthly inspections of wires and ropes used. Guards and covers are in place to protect crew. Training in correct operating procedures to reduce risk. Lifting equipment are tested regularly. Only competent trained/assessed crew are involved with shooting the trawl

Major injuries or death if trapped or shoot over with trawl.

High Risk

Attaching/Detaching doors

Crew could trap limbs between doors and side of vessel. Door chains could part.

Damage to limbs is likely with broken bones, cuts and possibly loss of fingers/hands.

High Risk

Snagged gear

Snagged gear can pull the boat down causing flooding and stability issues. Wire parting can cause minor or major injuries to crew man.

Flooding to sinking of vessel is possible. Injuries to crew due to large strains put on fishing gear and boat.

High Risk

New crew members

Inexperience of crew leading to mistakes and injuries.

Minor or major injuries, possible death.

Medium Risk

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Only competent and trained crew to clip in doors. Condition of doors and chains are checked regularly. In heavy weather assess the situation before taking action. Lifting and pulling equipment are tested monthly. Water tight doors are fitted in case of flooding. Crew are trained to deal with a situation when a boat comes fast. Boat induction when first start. Training by skipper and lead deckhand. Ongoing assessment and monitoring to ensure correct and safe techniques.

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Vessel opening Winches

Taking in/on water when coming fast or in bad weather. Trapping yourself in the winch when hauling or shooting. Injuring someone else when operating.

Trawl Retrieval

During retrieving process possibly of being dragged towards winch, trapped by trawl, chains and doors.

Net drums

Being caught up in net drum. Lines parting leading injury

Power block usage

Lifting trawls, cod ends and weights could possibly be dropped on crewman.

Stowage of gear

Possible hazard such as obstructions and loads shifting causing stability issues.

Blocks and rollers

These are dangerous because things can be trapped and the wire can drag things through the roller and crush them

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All doors/hatches are fitted with water tight locking mechanisms Winch guards are fitted. Trained/assessed crew only to use winch. Clever communication between crew members when operating Competent crew only who are trained and assessed by skipper. Clear communication and signals between all crew members. Lifting and pulling equipment is checked regularly. Competent crew only who are trained and assessed by skipper. Clear communication and signals between all crew members. Lifting and pulling equipment is checked regularly. Competent crew who are trained and assessed to use powerblock only. Clear communication and signals between crew. Lifting equipment is regularly checked Store all gear in allocated areas with restraints and straps available. Crew training assessment carried out by skipper to eliminate this risk.

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Possible flooding or ingress of water Major injury, loss of limbs or death likely if not used correctly

Medium Risk High Risk

Many injuries are possible if not carried out correctly.

High Risk

Possible minor injuries or more serious crushing or death.

High Risk

Risk of dropping heavy loads on crewman possibly causing death.

High Risk

Stability issues with boat and possible injuries to crewmen Possible loss of fingers and limbs.

Medium Risk High Risk


Fishroom hatch

Clump/twin trawl weight

Bringing aboard catch

Possible risk of falling onto crewmans head or hands

This is very heavy and could crush or fall onto crewman.

The cod ends are brought aboard through either power block, capstans or small winches. There is a lot of strain due to possible heavy weights being lifted.

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Safety catch are to be used at all times. Hatch should be opened cautiously in bad weather. Safety chains should be used to restrain weight. Training by skipper to use properly. All lifting equipment is inspected daily and monthly. Training to safely undertake this operation. Clear communications and signals between all crewman

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Head or hand injuries likely if it’s not secured properly.

Medium Risk

Hand or feet injuries to crewman possible.

High Risk

Many injuries to crew including minor, major or maybe death.

High Risk


4. Emergency Procedures The EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER FOR DPA (Designated Person Ashore) is: -

07736808134

We have identified potential emergency situations and recommended procedures to respond to them. Obviously every situation is different and these are guide lines only, which can be incorporated into monthly drills and be discussed further between crew members. 1. Fire (Engine Room)           

Assess the situation with all means possible Evacuate engine room and shut down machinery Inform all crew and passengers, move them away from danger and as a precaution instruct them to don life jackets and immersion suits if necessary Shut off fuel and close vent flaps – so that all air flow is restricted to the engine room Contact Coastguard and other vessels with close proximity to inform them of the situation and request assistance Activate sprinkler or fire suppression system where applicable Consider boundary cooling If possible? navigate to nearest, suitable and safe wharf or drop anchor and wait assistance consider beaching if suitable Monitor fire as best as possible and don’t open engine room hatch until you are 100% sure that the fire is no longer a threat. Order ABANDON SHIP as a last resort Contact DPA when safe to do so

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Assess the situation with all means possible Inform all crew and passengers, move them away from danger and as a precaution instruct them to don life jackets and immersion suits if necessary Contact Coastguard and other vessels with close proximity to inform them of the situation and request assistance Bring fire pump hose on line Fight fire using extinguishers, fire blankets and deck hose as appropriate Consider boundary cooling Confirm vessel stability and status If possible navigate to nearest, suitable and safe wharf or drop anchor and wait assistance consider beaching if suitable Order ABANDON SHIP as a last resort Contact DPA when safe to do so

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Assess the situation Check on crew well-being and administer first aid if necessary As a precaution don life jackets Confirm vessel stability and status Confirm other vessels status and safety

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Contact Coastguard and other vessels with close proximity to inform them of the situation and request assistance Assist other vessel as required until no longer needed Investigate damage and watertight integrity Further action may be required if vessel is damaged or taking on water Check for pollutants/spillage If possible navigate to nearest, suitable and safe wharf or drop anchor and wait assistance consider beaching if suitable Order ABANDON SHIP as a last resort Contact DPA when safe to do so

4. Grounding  Assess the situation  Check on crew and administer first aid if required  Don life jackets  Check for pollutants/spillage  Investigate damage and watertight integrity  Confirm vessel stability and status  Contact coastguard  Move crew away from any danger areas  Display day shapes or lights  Contact DPA when safe to do so 5. Medical Emergency    

Assess the situation to determine nature, extent and location of injured person Provide first aid – use all crew for assistance Contact Coastguard If professional medical assistance is required, advise authorities of medical emergency, ETA too destination (harbour etc..) and type of assistance required  Maintain first aid until relieved by medical personnel  Upon berthing clear access for medical personnel boarding, inform of casualties details and medical conditions if known  Contact DPA when safe to do so 6. Man Overboard       

Raise the alarm and press the MOB marker on the track plotter Crewman to direct skipper to the position by pointing Deploy life ring as soon as possible to mark position Whilst manoeuvring upwind of the casualty, make DSC mayday call to Coastguard using radio Notify other vessels in the area With the vessel alongside casualty assess the casualty Disengage engine when close to the casualty

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6a. If casualty is conscious and able to climb back onto boat 

Throw Jon Buoy to casualty which inflates automatically and is put over casualty and under their arms, they can then be pulled towards the boat  Lower boarding ladder over the stern or side of vessel  Help casualty back on board  When back on board check for injuries/hypothermia and apply first aid if needed  Keep monitoring casualty for signs of hypothermia  Update Coastguard of situation  Contact DPA when safe to do so 6b. If casualty is unable to climb onto boat  A lifting strop can be used to harness the casualty to bring aboard  Netting or cloth material can be lower and the casualty wrapped up and lifted aboard  When back on board check for injuries/hypothermia and apply first aid if needed  Keep monitoring casualty for signs of hypothermia  Update coastguard of situation  Contact DPA when safe to do so 6c. If vessel is engaging in towing a trawl – these are suggestions only as every situation is different       

Once the alert has been made a quick decision has to be made First the position needs to be marked and a life ring needs to be thrown to the casualty The rescuer has to make a decision as to maybe stop the boat shortly and rescue the casualty with the Jon Buoy rescue sling Maybe start hauling the net to pull the boat backwards towards the casualty and carry out a rescue If the casualty is in no immediate danger haul the net aboard the boat then turn round and manoeuvre the boat to the casualty and help them aboard If the casualty is in immediate danger it might be an option to cut or run the gear off; this would enable the rescuer to quickly manoeuvre the boat to retrieve the casualty Other vessels in the area may be able to assist

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Send voice and DSC distress mayday Sound appropriate signal on vessels horn Stop vessel and shut off engines Instruct crew to don lifejackets and survival/immersion suits Direct all crew to muster station and have head count to make sure everyone is accounted for Launch liferaft, collect water, flares, VHF and epirbs Confirm that all crew have abandoned ship Establish communications with coastguard Contact DPA if possible

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Emergency information to be provided to DPA 07736808134        

Name of vessel Date and time of incident Position of vessel :- latitude/longitude, range and distance bearing from nearest landmark/port Account for all crew members Details of damage/injury sustained Name and details of other vessels involved if applicable Synopsis of events What assistance immediately required

These are guidelines, only please incorporate procedures into monthly drills

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5. Standard Operating Procedures In this part S&P Trawlers and North Devon Trawlers has identified key routine activities on board and has documented the procedures to be adopted when performing them. These are intended to provide guidance and deviations from these procedures might be necessary for safety or other reasons. Drills Each vessel within the company is expected to carry out mandatory drills, forms are provided in the SMS folder for each month. Drills should involve all crew members, reference can be made to The Emergency Procedures (these are guidelines only); input and discussion between crew proves very beneficial to all drills.  MOB – man overboard drill  Muster drill  Damage control drill  Fire drill Contractors Contractors are necessary for the maintenance and smooth running of all vessels; they have limited knowledge of vessel. They should therefore be supervised and made aware of any potential risks that might occur during their time when working aboard. Fish stowage Fish should be properly stowed at all times in the fish room in boxes within pounds or areas designed to contain them. Crew should be aware that movement of fish/fish boxes could have a major effect on stability of the vessel. Communication and hand signals Communication is very important when working in small teams and you are trusting your crew man to carry out a potentially dangerous operation at your command. Therefore it is very important that all crew have a training/discussion on command and hand signals they will use. This is especially important in lifting operations, shooting and retrieving trawls when using winches and machinery. Daily checks All Daily checks are expected to be completed as a minimum by each shift before start up/departure.         

Sea cocks on and sea strainers cleaned if necessary Engine oil level Gearbox oil level Hydraulic oil level Coolant level Check drive belts Mop up any spills Visual check – engine mounts Check navigation lights, navigation equipment, radios and alarms are all correct

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Public Please consider general public when operating in a public area where they have access because they may not be aware of any potential risks posed by normal operations. Exclusion zones should be put in place when involved with the landing of fish and any lifting operations in a public area. Bunkering Operations Special attention is required when bunkering diesel to protect against spillages on the vessel and into the environment. Before taking fuel agreed commands should be agreed, amount decided, spill mats nearby and an agreed emergency stop procedure. Monitor tank levels when pumping fuel to avoid overfilling, once required amount is reached pumps must be turned off and pipes drained down before removing from filling pipe. Stowage of Cargo/fishing gear. Before leaving port all fishing nets must be stowed correctly, trawl doors must have safety chains attached, fish boxes, oils, ice and all associated cargo must be secured so that they cannot move. All contents inside wheelhouse, accommodation and stores must be secured also. Any movement of weights in a fishing vessel can greatly affect the stability and pose a potential risk. Doors and hatches All fish room hatches and deck hatches must be kept securely closed when at sea to stop any ingress of water. It is advised that doors are kept closed as well especially in bad weather or in the case of a vessel coming fast. Navigation Watch It is imperative that the skipper or a watch keeper is in command of the vessel at all times. During restricted visibility/fog it is also advisable that there is a 2nd watch keeper to help navigate the vessel safely. Manual Handling Special care should be taken when lifting or moving large, heavy or awkward objects. The following guidelines will help avoid accident or injury  Remove obstructions from route  For a long lift, plan to rest the load midway on a table or bench to change grip  Keep the load close to the waist. The load should be kept close to the body for as long as possible when lifting.  Keep the heaviest side of the load next to the body  Adopt a stable position and make sure your feet are apart, with one leg slightly forward to maintain balance Think before lifting, plan the lift, can handling aids be used? Where is the load going to be placed? Will help be needed with the load?

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6. Automatic Identification System

AIS AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM

Is too be kept on at all times, it is there for the safety of all aboard; so it must be used! This is company policy of S&P Trawlers ltd & North Devon Trawlers ltd

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7. Crew Training/Assessment Form Crew is trained and familiar with the use of:Operation of Winch Power blocks Shooting of trawl net Connect/disconnect trawl doors Lifting and pulling operations Bringing catch aboard Use of watertight hatches Wire splicing Procedure when fast on seabed Chart plotter/navigation equipment VHF Radio and DSC calls Understand emergency procedures Plot courses and passages Watch keeping – on a passage Berthing vessel alongside quay Use of emergency steering Location of all LSA Servicing of main engine Servicing of Generator Change Racor filters & drain water Maintenance of chilling unit

Landing winch Net Drum Retrieval of trawl Clump/weight for twin rigging Vessel Stability Familiar with fish room operations Tying knots and rope splices Net mending Procedures when in bad weather Radar Alarm system Monthly Drills Watch keeping – towing trawl Fuelling procedure Berthing vessel to ground out Emergency Anchor Manual handling course Service of gearbox Change hydraulic oil and filters Change water impeller Greasing of winch and blocks

Further Training or suggestion from crew 1. 2. 3. 4.

Crew/Skipper name Name of assessor

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8. Accident and Incident Form S & P Trawlers and North Devon Trawlers

Accident, Incident or Near Miss Report Form 1. Date of Accident/Incident 2.Time of Accident/Incident

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1.Accident 2.Incident 3.Near Miss

3. Where did the accident/incident occur?

4.Description of accident/incident

5.Cause of accident/incident

6.What could of happened

7.Preventitive action - immediate

8.Details of Injured person (If Applicable) Title: Surname: Forenames: Injury or part of body injured

Address of inured person

Treatment

9.Action to prevent re-occurrence

Details of person completing this form

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9. New Crew Joining Forms

INDUCTION FORM The location and use of safety equipment and fire equipment Liferaft location Lifebuoy and light EPIRB Portable fire equipment Deck/fire pump & hoses Metal buckets with lanyards

Life jacket, lights & whistles Pyrotechnics First aid equipment Fixed fire equipment & detection Vent closures/fuel shut offs

The route operation, procedure or general knowledge of: Windlass/anchoring Watch keeping responsibilities Berthing mooring lines Helm/engine controls & pilot Communication equipment Bilge & tank pumping Garbage/oil/sewage disposal Incident reporting

Preparing vessel for sea LPG system Fishing equipment & safety Electrical & emergency electrical Refuelling Hatches and closures Record keeping Navigational equipment

The response in the event of an emergency General alarm signal Fire on board/ E/R alarms Person overboard Flooding/grounding/bilge alarm Deck/fire pump and hoses Metal buckets with lanyards

Acknowledgement of instruction provided by the master/owner and received by the crew for those items initiated above Name of crew Name of skipper

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Signature & Date Signature & Date

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Alcohol and Drugs Policy This policy relates to all share fisherman working or intending to work aboard vessels owned by North Devon Trawlers LTD Alcohol Each Skipper/Relief Skipper shall be responsible for ensuring no alcohol is consumed on board whilst at sea or prior to sailing. No crewmember shall be found to be aboard a vessel in excess of the permissible legal Alcohol levels prior to sailing. ALL CREW ARE REMINDED THAT IF A VESSEL IS REMAINING IN PORT AND THEY HAVE BEEN ASHORE, IT IS THEIR RESPONSIBILTY TO ADEQUATELY ASSESS THAT IT REMAINS SAFE FOR THEM TO RETURN ABOARD VESSEL! It is recommended if going ashore crew always return in a group and no one is left to return to the vessel alone. Illegal Drugs

North Devon Trawlers operates a zero tolerance to illegal Drugs! The possession, use or knowledge of any illegal substances aboard vessels is strictly prohibited and shall result in immediate dismissal. Any person found to be under the influence of an illegal drug whilst aboard vessels at any time shall be immediately dismissed. Should the skipper or company representative discover any illegal substance, it shall be seized and subsequently passed to the authorities. Prescription Drugs and Medication Crew members undergoing a course of prescribed medication shall inform the skipper as soon as possible. Some medication will affect a person’s ability to safely conduct their duties. It is your responsibility to bring this to your skipper’s attention!

How this policy will be enforced Drug and Alcohol testing shall be employed immediately following any observed or reported incidents which may be as a result of Alcohol/Drug misuse. This would be appropriate following any collision, grounding, pollution or a near miss incident etc…. There is a myth that a healthy grown man can drink 2 pints of ordinary strength lager (4 Alcohol units) and be just below the prescribed Alcohol limit. The actual levels absorbed are dependent of many factors. The simple rule is that any alcohol will affect a person’s ability to perform a normal task! From time to time skippers and crew member themselves may be subject of random testing for Alcohol and Drugs. Finding of this shall be handled by the company in strict confidence. The company reserves the right to search any of its vessels at any time. All crew members will be expected to comply fully with a testing programme. Failure to comply will be deemed as a breach of this policy.

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Alcohol and Drugs Policy The purpose of this policy is to ensure all relevant parties are aware of their responsibilities whilst going about their normal duties and to be aware how their actions may be affected by exposure to Alcohol or Drugs. This policy is intended to ensure all parties are aware of company expectations to endure a safe working environment. Excessive consumption of alcohol is particularly dangerous in these situations and will not be tolerated. What the law says – You may be aware that the 2003 Railway and Transport Safety Act makes reference to the Maritime Industry. This act makes clear the responsibilities of Fishing Vessel owner/operators along with the responsibilities of the skipper and crew. This act also details the legal specified limits of alcohol.

Legal Alcohol Levels as detailed – Railway and Transport Safety Act 2003 Part 4 The prescribed limit of alcohol for the purpose of the UK law. Alcohol in the case of breath, 35 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres, In the case of urine, 107 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres. This is the same as used by the police for driving offences. The implementation of an Alcohol and Drugs Policy is not intended to interfere with a crew member’s right to lead a private life away from work. This policy is designed to ensure that all crew working as share fishermen are fit to perform their tasks and responsibilities to the required standard at all times whilst aboard company vessels.

I have read and understand the Alcohol and Drugs policy and will abide by these rules at all times whilst working aboard all North Devon Trawlers ltd fishing vessels.

Name: ………………………………………………………. Signature: ………………………………………………….. Date: ………………………………………………………….

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THINGS TO DO BEFORE YOU STEP ABOARD THE FISHING VESSEL: –

Sue Ellen BM 211

All the following tickets to be completed and a copy passed onto the owner for insurance, plus a copy to be kept on board the vessel for ship records.     

SEA SURVIVAL FIRE FIGHTING FIRST AID HEALTH & SAFETY/SAFETY AWARENESS STABILITY (CAN BE COMPLETED AT A LATER DATE, BUT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE)

All crew must complete 1. Crew information form 2. Boat induction 3. Alcohol and drugs policy All crew must read 1. North Devon Trawlers and S&P Trawlers - Safety management system (SMS) 2. Sue Ellen’s - Safety training folder THERE IS ALSO IN PLACE A SHOW ME TELL ME, THIS IS ALSO TO BE DONE BEFORE LEAVING PORT

I can confirm that I have read the above terms and conditions of North Devon Trawlers ltd and whilst working for the company I agree to abide by these rules.

SKIPPER …………………………………………………………………………………………. SELF EMPLOYED CREW ………………………………………………………………….. COMPANY DIRECTOR …………………………………………………………………….. DATE ………………………………………………………………………………………………

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10. Drills and Monthly Checks Sue Ellen Drills for: January 2017………………………………………. (Signed by Skipper) Monthly Drills Drill Type

Date

Initial

Drill Type

Man Overboard Damage Control

Date

Initial

Muster Fire Drill

LSA (Life Saving Appliances) – Have checked the serviceability and location of the following LSA: Item X Item X Item X Item X Life raft Damage Control Kit Waterproof Torch

Lifejackets Smoke Detectors Anchor

Fire Extinguisher Bilge Alarms VHF Radio

Flares Fire Pumps Bilge Pump

Loler and Puwer – please check component is serviced, fit for purpose and has no defects (if in doubt do not use and report to skipper immediately)

Item to Check

Initial Item to Check

Winch Brake Pads Winch Hydraulic Pipes Condition of Wire Landing gear set Starboard Gantry Block/Shackle Net Drums Port Middle Block/Shackle Towing chains Trawl door & Chains

Initial

Winch Guiding on Gear Winch Emergency Stop Wire spices Port Gantry Block/Shackle Middle Gantry Block/Shackle Small Gilson Starboard Middle Block/Shackle Towing Shackles Towing clump & chains

List Vessel Defects 1 2 3

Parts used from Inventory 1 2 3

4 5 6

Any other information that will help to promote safety    -

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Sue Ellen Drills for: February 2017………………………………………. (Signed by Skipper) Monthly Drills Drill Type

Date

Initial

Drill Type

Man Overboard Damage Control

Date

Initial

Muster Fire Drill

LSA (Life Saving Appliances) – Have checked the serviceability and location of the following LSA: Item X Item X Item X Item X Life raft Damage Control Kit Waterproof Torch

Lifejackets Smoke Detectors Anchor

Fire Extinguisher Bilge Alarms VHF Radio

Flares Fire Pumps Bilge Pump

Loler and Puwer – please check component is serviced, fit for purpose and has no defects (if in doubt do not use and report to skipper immediately)

Item to Check

Initial Item to Check

Winch Brake Pads Winch Hydraulic Pipes Condition of Wire Landing gear set Starboard Gantry Block/Shackle Net Drums Port Middle Block/Shackle Towing chains Trawl door & Chains

Initial

Winch Guiding on Gear Winch Emergency Stop Wire spices Port Gantry Block/Shackle Middle Gantry Block/Shackle Small Gilson Starboard Middle Block/Shackle Towing Shackles Towing clump & chains

List Vessel Defects 1 2 3

Parts used from Inventory 1 2 3

4 5 6

Any other information that will help to promote safety    -

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Sue Ellen Drills for: March 2017………………………………………. (Signed by Skipper) Monthly Drills Drill Type

Date

Initial

Drill Type

Man Overboard Damage Control

Date

Initial

Muster Fire Drill

LSA (Life Saving Appliances) – Have checked the serviceability and location of the following LSA: Item X Item X Item X Item X Life raft Damage Control Kit Waterproof Torch

Lifejackets Smoke Detectors Anchor

Fire Extinguisher Bilge Alarms VHF Radio

Flares Fire Pumps Bilge Pump

Loler and Puwer – please check component is serviced, fit for purpose and has no defects (if in doubt do not use and report to skipper immediately)

Item to Check

Initial Item to Check

Winch Brake Pads Winch Hydraulic Pipes Condition of Wire Landing gear set Starboard Gantry Block/Shackle Net Drums Port Middle Block/Shackle Towing chains Trawl door & Chains

Initial

Winch Guiding on Gear Winch Emergency Stop Wire spices Port Gantry Block/Shackle Middle Gantry Block/Shackle Small Gilson Starboard Middle Block/Shackle Towing Shackles Towing clump & chains

List Vessel Defects 1 2 3

Parts used from Inventory 1 2 3

4 5 6

Any other information that will help to promote safety    -

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Sue Ellen Drills for: April 2017………………………………………. (Signed by Skipper) Monthly Drills Drill Type

Date

Initial

Drill Type

Man Overboard Damage Control

Date

Initial

Muster Fire Drill

LSA (Life Saving Appliances) – Have checked the serviceability and location of the following LSA: Item X Item X Item X Item X Life raft Damage Control Kit Waterproof Torch

Lifejackets Smoke Detectors Anchor

Fire Extinguisher Bilge Alarms VHF Radio

Flares Fire Pumps Bilge Pump

Loler and Puwer – please check component is serviced, fit for purpose and has no defects (if in doubt do not use and report to skipper immediately)

Item to Check

Initial Item to Check

Winch Brake Pads Winch Hydraulic Pipes Condition of Wire Landing gear set Starboard Gantry Block/Shackle Net Drums Port Middle Block/Shackle Towing chains Trawl door & Chains

Initial

Winch Guiding on Gear Winch Emergency Stop Wire spices Port Gantry Block/Shackle Middle Gantry Block/Shackle Small Gilson Starboard Middle Block/Shackle Towing Shackles Towing clump & chains

List Vessel Defects 1 2 3

Parts used from Inventory 1 2 3

4 5 6

Any other information that will help to promote safety    -

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Sue Ellen Drills for: May 2017………………………………………. (Signed by Skipper) Monthly Drills Drill Type

Date

Initial

Drill Type

Man Overboard Damage Control

Date

Initial

Muster Fire Drill

LSA (Life Saving Appliances) – Have checked the serviceability and location of the following LSA: Item X Item X Item X Item X Life raft Damage Control Kit Waterproof Torch

Lifejackets Smoke Detectors Anchor

Fire Extinguisher Bilge Alarms VHF Radio

Flares Fire Pumps Bilge Pump

Loler and Puwer – please check component is serviced, fit for purpose and has no defects (if in doubt do not use and report to skipper immediately)

Item to Check

Initial Item to Check

Winch Brake Pads Winch Hydraulic Pipes Condition of Wire Landing gear set Starboard Gantry Block/Shackle Net Drums Port Middle Block/Shackle Towing chains Trawl door & Chains

Initial

Winch Guiding on Gear Winch Emergency Stop Wire spices Port Gantry Block/Shackle Middle Gantry Block/Shackle Small Gilson Starboard Middle Block/Shackle Towing Shackles Towing clump & chains

List Vessel Defects 1 2 3

Parts used from Inventory 1 2 3

4 5 6

Any other information that will help to promote safety    -

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Sue Ellen Drills for: June 2017………………………………………. (Signed by Skipper) Monthly Drills Drill Type

Date

Initial

Drill Type

Man Overboard Damage Control

Date

Initial

Muster Fire Drill

LSA (Life Saving Appliances) – Have checked the serviceability and location of the following LSA: Item X Item X Item X Item X Life raft Damage Control Kit Waterproof Torch

Lifejackets Smoke Detectors Anchor

Fire Extinguisher Bilge Alarms VHF Radio

Flares Fire Pumps Bilge Pump

Loler and Puwer – please check component is serviced, fit for purpose and has no defects (if in doubt do not use and report to skipper immediately)

Item to Check

Initial Item to Check

Winch Brake Pads Winch Hydraulic Pipes Condition of Wire Landing gear set Starboard Gantry Block/Shackle Net Drums Port Middle Block/Shackle Towing chains Trawl door & Chains

Initial

Winch Guiding on Gear Winch Emergency Stop Wire spices Port Gantry Block/Shackle Middle Gantry Block/Shackle Small Gilson Starboard Middle Block/Shackle Towing Shackles Towing clump & chains

List Vessel Defects 1 2 3

Parts used from Inventory 1 2 3

4 5 6

Any other information that will help to promote safety    -

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Sue Ellen Drills for: July 2017………………………………………. (Signed by Skipper) Monthly Drills Drill Type

Date

Initial

Drill Type

Man Overboard Damage Control

Date

Initial

Muster Fire Drill

LSA (Life Saving Appliances) – Have checked the serviceability and location of the following LSA: Item X Item X Item X Item X Life raft Damage Control Kit Waterproof Torch

Lifejackets Smoke Detectors Anchor

Fire Extinguisher Bilge Alarms VHF Radio

Flares Fire Pumps Bilge Pump

Loler and Puwer – please check component is serviced, fit for purpose and has no defects (if in doubt do not use and report to skipper immediately)

Item to Check

Initial Item to Check

Winch Brake Pads Winch Hydraulic Pipes Condition of Wire Landing gear set Starboard Gantry Block/Shackle Net Drums Port Middle Block/Shackle Towing chains Trawl door & Chains

Initial

Winch Guiding on Gear Winch Emergency Stop Wire spices Port Gantry Block/Shackle Middle Gantry Block/Shackle Small Gilson Starboard Middle Block/Shackle Towing Shackles Towing clump & chains

List Vessel Defects 1 2 3

Parts used from Inventory 1 2 3

4 5 6

Any other information that will help to promote safety    

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Sue Ellen Drills for: August 2017………………………………………. (Signed by Skipper) Monthly Drills Drill Type

Date

Initial

Drill Type

Man Overboard Damage Control

Date

Initial

Muster Fire Drill

LSA (Life Saving Appliances) – Have checked the serviceability and location of the following LSA: Item X Item X Item X Item X Life raft Damage Control Kit Waterproof Torch

Lifejackets Smoke Detectors Anchor

Fire Extinguisher Bilge Alarms VHF Radio

Flares Fire Pumps Bilge Pump

Loler and Puwer – please check component is serviced, fit for purpose and has no defects (if in doubt do not use and report to skipper immediately)

Item to Check

Initial Item to Check

Winch Brake Pads Winch Hydraulic Pipes Condition of Wire Landing gear set Starboard Gantry Block/Shackle Net Drums Port Middle Block/Shackle Towing chains Trawl door & Chains

Initial

Winch Guiding on Gear Winch Emergency Stop Wire spices Port Gantry Block/Shackle Middle Gantry Block/Shackle Small Gilson Starboard Middle Block/Shackle Towing Shackles Towing clump & chains

List Vessel Defects 1 2 3

Parts used from Inventory 1 2 3

4 5 6

Any other information that will help to promote safety    -

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Sue Ellen Drills for: September 2017………………………………………. (Signed by Skipper) Monthly Drills Drill Type

Date

Initial

Drill Type

Man Overboard Damage Control

Date

Initial

Muster Fire Drill

LSA (Life Saving Appliances) – Have checked the serviceability and location of the following LSA: Item X Item X Item X Item X Life raft Damage Control Kit Waterproof Torch

Lifejackets Smoke Detectors Anchor

Fire Extinguisher Bilge Alarms VHF Radio

Flares Fire Pumps Bilge Pump

Loler and Puwer – please check component is serviced, fit for purpose and has no defects (if in doubt do not use and report to skipper immediately)

Item to Check

Initial Item to Check

Winch Brake Pads Winch Hydraulic Pipes Condition of Wire Landing gear set Starboard Gantry Block/Shackle Net Drums Port Middle Block/Shackle Towing chains Trawl door & Chains

Initial

Winch Guiding on Gear Winch Emergency Stop Wire spices Port Gantry Block/Shackle Middle Gantry Block/Shackle Small Gilson Starboard Middle Block/Shackle Towing Shackles Towing clump & chains

List Vessel Defects 1 2 3

Parts used from Inventory 1 2 3

4 5 6

Any other information that will help to promote safety    -

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Sue Ellen Drills for: October 2017………………………………………. (Signed by Skipper) Monthly Drills Drill Type

Date

Initial

Drill Type

Man Overboard Damage Control

Date

Initial

Muster Fire Drill

LSA (Life Saving Appliances) – Have checked the serviceability and location of the following LSA: Item X Item X Item X Item X Life raft Damage Control Kit Waterproof Torch

Lifejackets Smoke Detectors Anchor

Fire Extinguisher Bilge Alarms VHF Radio

Flares Fire Pumps Bilge Pump

Loler and Puwer – please check component is serviced, fit for purpose and has no defects (if in doubt do not use and report to skipper immediately)

Item to Check

Initial Item to Check

Winch Brake Pads Winch Hydraulic Pipes Condition of Wire Landing gear set Starboard Gantry Block/Shackle Net Drums Port Middle Block/Shackle Towing chains Trawl door & Chains

Initial

Winch Guiding on Gear Winch Emergency Stop Wire spices Port Gantry Block/Shackle Middle Gantry Block/Shackle Small Gilson Starboard Middle Block/Shackle Towing Shackles Towing clump & chains

List Vessel Defects 1 2 3

Parts used from Inventory 1 2 3

4 5 6

Any other information that will help to promote safety    -

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Sue Ellen Drills for: November 2017………………………………………. (Signed by Skipper) Monthly Drills Drill Type

Date

Initial

Drill Type

Man Overboard Damage Control

Date

Initial

Muster Fire Drill

LSA (Life Saving Appliances) – Have checked the serviceability and location of the following LSA: Item X Item X Item X Item X Life raft Damage Control Kit Waterproof Torch

Lifejackets Smoke Detectors Anchor

Fire Extinguisher Bilge Alarms VHF Radio

Flares Fire Pumps Bilge Pump

Loler and Puwer – please check component is serviced, fit for purpose and has no defects (if in doubt do not use and report to skipper immediately)

Item to Check

Initial Item to Check

Winch Brake Pads Winch Hydraulic Pipes Condition of Wire Landing gear set Starboard Gantry Block/Shackle Net Drums Port Middle Block/Shackle Towing chains Trawl door & Chains

Initial

Winch Guiding on Gear Winch Emergency Stop Wire spices Port Gantry Block/Shackle Middle Gantry Block/Shackle Small Gilson Starboard Middle Block/Shackle Towing Shackles Towing clump & chains

List Vessel Defects 1 2 3

Parts used from Inventory 1 2 3

4 5 6

Any other information that will help to promote safety    -

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Sue Ellen Drills for: December 2017………………………………………. (Signed by Skipper) Monthly Drills Drill Type

Date

Initial

Drill Type

Man Overboard Damage Control

Date

Initial

Muster Fire Drill

LSA (Life Saving Appliances) – Have checked the serviceability and location of the following LSA: Item X Item X Item X Item X Life raft Damage Control Kit Waterproof Torch

Lifejackets Smoke Detectors Anchor

Fire Extinguisher Bilge Alarms VHF Radio

Flares Fire Pumps Bilge Pump

Loler and Puwer – please check component is serviced, fit for purpose and has no defects (if in doubt do not use and report to skipper immediately)

Item to Check

Initial Item to Check

Winch Brake Pads Winch Hydraulic Pipes Condition of Wire Landing gear set Starboard Gantry Block/Shackle Net Drums Port Middle Block/Shackle Towing chains Trawl door & Chains

Initial

Winch Guiding on Gear Winch Emergency Stop Wire spices Port Gantry Block/Shackle Middle Gantry Block/Shackle Small Gilson Starboard Middle Block/Shackle Towing Shackles Towing clump & chains

List Vessel Defects 1 2 3

Parts used from Inventory 1 2 3

4 5 6

Any other information that will help to promote safety    -

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