Каталог

Guide to Helicopter/Ship Operations Руководство по эксплуатации вертолетов/ Судовые опрерации

Артикул: 00-01030809
в желания В наличии
Издательство: International Chamber Of Shipping (все книги издательства)
Место издания: London
Год: 2008
Переплет: Мягкая обложка на пружине
Страниц: 110
Вес: 590 г
16500 P
-
+

Издание на английском языке
This new edition of the ICS Guide to Helicopter/Ship Operations reflects current best practice in the international shipping and aviation industries, and supersedes the previous (1989) edition.
The guide has been fully updated with extended guidance regarding the role and responsibilities of both the ship and helicopter.
Full account is also taken of the latest specifications for helicopter performance, the latest IACO (aviation) requirements for the safe location/marking of landing and winching areas, new guidance on the growing practice of transfer of bridge pilots direct to the bridge wing and revised guidance on actions to be taken in the event of helicopter incidents.
It is recommended that a copy is carried on board every ship.

Contents
Page
Foreword
Chapter 1 General guidance
Introduction
Selection of a Helicopter Operator
Provision of Helicopter Landing/Operating Area Information
Chapter 2 Principles of operating safety
General Principles
Marine Responsibilities
Ship Operator
Master
Deck Party Officer (DPO)
Deck Party Crew (DPC)
Administrator
Officer of the Watch (OOW) Passengers
Aviation Responsibilities
Helicopter Operator
Helicopter Pilot
Helicopter Winchman/Crew Member
Chapter 3 Helicopter operating guidance
Introduction
Designation of Helicopter Performance
Performance Class 1
Performance Class 2
Performance Class 3
Performance for Winching
The Use of Twin Engined and Single Engined Helicopters
Helicopter Size and Weight Restrictions
Equipment and Crewing
Helicopter Landing Gear
Weather and Sea Conditions
General
Wind Conditions Limiting Helicopter Operations
Sea and Swell
Special Conditions
Chapte 4 General ship requirements
Ship Operating Areas
Types of Operating Area
Location and Size of Operating Area - Landing
Location and Size of Operating Area - Winching
Poop Deck Platforms
Structural Considerations (Purpose Built and Non Purpose Built Landing Areas)
Environmental Effects
General Considerations
Aerodynamic Effects
Wave Motion Effects
Details of Landing Area
General Guidance on Markings
Markings for a Landing Area Located at the Ship's Side
Markings for Amidships Centreline Landing Area with or without Restricted Access from the Ship's Side
Details of Winching Area
Positioning a Winching Area
Winching Area on the Bridge Wing
Marking a Winching Area
Additional Considerations for Helicopter Operating Areas
Night Operations: Landing and Winching Area Lighting
Fire Fighting Appliances and Rescue Equipment
Chapter 5 Communications and ship operating procedures
Communications
General Guidance
Communications Equipment
Normal Operating Procedures - Pre-Arrival
Weather Conditions
Departure of Helicopter from the Heliport
Pre-Arrival Checks on the Ship
Pre-Arrival Checks from the Helicopter
Navigation
Identification of the Vessel
Manoeuvrability
Signalling Procedures
Ships' International Signals
Visual Signals to Helicopter
Loss of Radio Communications
Warning Signal
Basic Operating Procedures
Officer of the Watch
Deck Party
Fire Fighting
The Operating Area
The Helicopter
Emergency Shutdown
Helicopter Landing and Unloading
Landing
Disembarking Passengers and Freight from the Helicopter
Operational Safety
Helicopter Hovering
Winching Operations
Underslung Loads
Helicopter Loading and Departure
Loading Passengers and Freight
Take Off
Departing
Instructions to Helicopter Passengers
General
Landing
Winching
Passenger/Freight Handling Procedures
Passenger Pre-Flight Briefing
General Freight Handling
Carriage of "Dangerous Goods"
Carriage of Freight and/or Baggage in the Passenger Cabin with Passengers
List of Items Prohibited for Carriage in Passengers' Baggage or on Person
Requirements specific to different ship types
Tankers
Oil Tankers
Chemical/Parcel Tankers
Vapour Dispersal
Vapour Emission Control
Safety
Freeboard
Bulk Carriers and Combination Carriers
General
Geared Bulk Carriers
Gearless Bulk Carriers
Combination Carriers
Containerships
Gas Carriers
Design Limitations
Vapour Emission Control
General Cargo Ships
Chapter 7 emergency evacuation by air
General
Illness or Injury Evacuation
Requesting Assistance
Preparation of Patient
Emergency Operating Areas
Chapter 8 helicopter incident/accident
General
Helicopter Accident Procedure
Fire Procedures
Helideck Emergency Procedures
Crash on Deck
Emergency/Precautionary Landing
Crash on Deck Major Fuel Spillage - No Fire
Helicopter Incident on Landing
Man Overboard (MOB)
Helicopter Ditching
Personnel in Water - Emergency Procedures
Plan of Action
Appendices
Appendix A Commercial Helicopters in Marine Use
Appendix В Communications
Appendix C Shipboard Safety Check List for Helicopter Operators
Appendix D Instructions to Helicopter Passengers Transferring to and from Ships
Appendix E Marine Pilot Transfer
Appendix F Helicopter Landing/Operating Area Plan (to be used with accompanying CD)
Appendix G Duties and Suggested Action Plan for Helicopter Accident
Appendix H Bridge Wing Operations for Marine Pilot Transfer – A Risk Assessment
Figures
Figure 4.1 Landing Area at the Ship's Side
Figure 4.2 Amidships Centreline Landing Area (Purpose Built and Non Purpose Built)
Figure 4.3 Markings for a Purpose Built Landing Area in an Amidships Centreline Location
Figure 4.4 Winching Operations Area
Figure 4.5 Representative Landing Area Lighting Scheme
Figure 5.1 Representative Diagram of Helicopter Safe Approach Sectors

Здесь Вы можете оставить свой отзыв

Чтобы оставить отзыв на товар Вам необходимо войти или зарегистрироваться