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Emergency Response and Rescue Vessel Survey Guidelines. Issue 5. May 2008

Артикул: 00-01007203
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Издательство: Oil and Gas UK (все книги издательства)
Место издания: London
ISBN: 1-903003-38-5
Год: 2008
Переплет: Мягкая обложка
Страниц: 33
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REFERENCES
Code for the Assessment of the Suitability of Standby vessels attending offshore Installations HSE/DoT 1991 (The “Green Code”) EC Directive 89/686/EEC
Dealing with Offshore Emergencies. HSE handbook available from HSE Books.
Emergency Response & Rescue Vessel Management Guidelines, Oil & Gas UK
International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea 1974 (SOLAS) and its protocol of 1978 as amended.

CONTENTS
References Acronyms Definitions Guidelines Status
1 Certification Process for ERRVS
1.1 Fundamental Requirements
1.2 Survey Procedure
1.3 Display of Certificate
1.4 Invalidation of Certificate
2 Design and Construction Criteria
2.1 ERRV Groups
2.2 ERRV Length
2.3 Propulsion and Manoeuvrability
2.4 Visibility of Operations
2.5 Accommodation
2.6 Emergency Operation of ERRV
2.7 Bridge Windows
2.8 Planned Maintenance and Recognition of Other Surveys
3 Stability
3.1 Assessment
3.2 Stability Data
4 Accommodation and Facilities for Survivors
4.1 Accommodation Available for Survivors
4.2 Survivors Dedicated Seating
4.3 Access to and Means of Escape from Survivor Areas
4.4 Showers, WHB and WC
4.5 Water for Survivors Use
4.6 Survivor Areas
4.7 Division of Survivor Spaces
4.7.1 Decontamination Area
4.7.2 Reception Area
4.7.3 Treatment Area
4.7.4 Recovery Area
4.7.5 Sanitary Area
4.7.6 Facilities for Deceased
4.8 Survivors Medical Stores and Clothing
5 ERRV Equipment
5.1 Equipment Trials
5.2 Survivor Rescue and Recovery
5.2.1 Freeboard and Rescue Zones
5.2.2 Recovery from the Sea by Climbing Aids
5.2.3 Power-Assisted Methods of Recovering Survivors
5.2.4 Temporary Refuge in the Sea
5.2.5 Lifebuoys
5.2.6 Survivor Assistance Aids
5.3 Fast Rescue Craft
5.3.1 Definitions
5.3.2 Numbers and Capacities.
5.3.3 FRC Launch and Recovery Systems.
5.3.4 FRC Crew Lifejackets
5.3.5 FRC Crew Protective Clothing
5.3.6 FRC Maintenance
5.3.7 FRC Fuel Supply and Storage
5.3.8 FRC Equipment
5.4 Daughter Craft (DC)
5.4.1 DC Function
5.4.2 DC Loadline Exemption Certification
5.4.3 DC Certification
5.4.4 DC Miscellaneous Safety Equipment
5.4.5 DC First Aid Kit
5.4.6 DC Maintenance
5.4.7 DC Crew PPE
5.4.8 Daughter Craft Communications
5.4.9 DC Launch and Recovery
5.5 Protective Spray System
5.6 Man Overboard Alarms
5.7 Navigation Equipment
5.8 Lighting
5.9 Signalling Equipment
5.10 Status Board
5.11 Location Aids
5.12 Helicopter Winching
5.13 Food and Water
5.14 Rescue Publications
5.15 Station Bills
5.16 Crew Identification
5.17 Operations with TEMPSC or Liferafts
5.18 Medical Stores and Equipment of Survivor Spaces
5.18.1 Stowage Locations
5.18.2 Treatment Area Outfitting
5.18.3 Recovery Area Preparation
5.18.4 Medical Inventory
5.18.5 Survivor Showers
6 Radio and other Communications
6.1 General
6.2 FRC Radio Communications
6.3 DC Radio Communications
6.4 ERRV Internal Communications
6.5 Airband Radios and DF Systems
6.6 Familiarity with Aeronautical Distress Procedures
6.7 Inclusion on Radio Survey
Appendix A
Appendix B

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