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M.T.

SHIPBOARD OIL POLLUTION EMERGENCY PLAN

M.T.

SHIPBOARD OIL POLLUTION EMERGENCY PLAN

Dated: August 27, 2001

IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS, OIL SPILLS OR IF TSM OFFICE CANNOT BE REACHED VIA NORMAL CHANNELS

TSM 24 HOURS EMERGENCY TELEPHONE (65) 96 3 1 6 3 0 4

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INTRODUCTION 1 This plan is written in accordance with the requirements of Regulation 26 of Annex I of the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from hips! 1"#$! as modified %& the Protocol of 1"#' relating thereto( The purpose of the Plan is to provide guidance to the )aster and *fficers on %oard the ship with respect to the steps to %e ta+en when a pollution incident has occurred or is li+el& to occur( The plan contains all information and operational instructions required %& the guidelines( The appendices contain names! telephone! telex num%ers! etc( of all contacts referenced in the plan! as well as other reference material( This plan has %een approved %& Class -. on %ehalf of the /overnment of the Repu%lic of Panama! except as provided %elow! no alteration or revision shall %e made to an& part of it without the prior approval of Class -.( Changes to section 0 and the appendices will not %e required to %e approved %& the administration( The appendices should %e maintained up to date %& the owners! operators and managers(

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SECTION 1 : PREAMBLE This plan is availa%le to assist personnel in dealing with an unexpected discharge of oil( Its primar& purpose is to set in motion the necessar& actions to stop or minimiDe the discharge and to mitigate its effects( It ensures that necessar& actions are ta+en in a structured! logical and timel& manner( The plan contains guidance to assist the master in meeting the demands of an operational as well as catastrophic discharge of oil! should the vessel %ecome involved in one( The need for a predetermined and properl& structured plan is clear when one considers the pressures and multiple tas+s facing personnel confronted with an emergenc& situation( In the heat of the moment! lac+ of planning will often result in confusion! mista+es! and failure to advise +e& people( 8ela&s will %e incurred and time will %e wastedE time during which the situation ma& well worsen( As a consequence! the ship and its personnel ma& %e exposed to increasing haDards and greater environmental damage ma& occur( hip personnel will alwa&s %e in the %est position to ta+e quic+ action to mitigate or control the discharge of oil from their ship( The plan provides the master with clear guidance on how to accomplish this for a variet& of situations( The plan outlines not onl& the action to %e ta+en %ut also identifies who on %oard is responsi%le so that confusion during the emergenc& can %e avoided( The master shall ensure that all ship?s personnel are thoroughl& familiar with the contents of this plan( At the commencement of each vo&age the master shall extract names and contact num%ers of all relevant parties and add to those the names and contact num%ers of the agents and charterers for the prevailing vo&age( This list should %e posted in a conspicuous place in the wheelhouse! the radio room and the ship?s common office( In t ! !"!nt #$ %n #&' ()&'' t ! *%(t!+ *,(t &**!-&%t!'. /#nt%/t t ! )%+t&!( '&(t!- &n / %)t!+ 20 (!/t&#n 41 I$ &n &nt!+n%t&#n%' 2%t!+(0 ! *,(t !(t%3'&( /#nt%/t 2&t t ! %,t #+&t&!( #$ t ! n!%+!(t /#%(t%' (t%t! %n- $#''#2 t !&+ &n(t+,/t&#n( %( $%+ %( )+%/t&/%3'!1 In /#%(t%' 2%t!+( #+ &n t ! /#nt&4,#,( 5#n! #$ % /#,nt+.0 ! *,(t /#-#)!+%t! $,''. 2&t t ! '#/%' %,t #+&t&!(1 In %n. /%(! t ! *%(t!+ *,(t (!!6 %,t #+&5%t&#n $+#* C#%(t%' St%t! A,t #+&t&!( )+&#+ t# /%++. #,t *&t&4%t&#n %/t&#n( !141 U(! #$ #&' ()&'' -&()!+(%nt1

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______________________________________________________________ CHAPTER 2 211 MARPOL 73879 REQUIREMENTS PROTOCOL I PRO:ISIONS CONCERNING REPORTS ON INCIDENTS IN:OL:ING HARMFUL SUBSTANCES ;&n %//#+-%n/! 2&t A+t&/'! 9 #$ t ! C#n"!nt&#n< Article I 8ut& to report 1@ The master of a ship involved in an incident referred to in article iii of this protocol! or other person having charge of the ship! shall report the particulars of such incident without dela& and to the fullest extent possi%le in accordance with the provisions of this protocol( In the event of the ship referred to in paragraph F1@ of this present article %eing a%andoned! or in the event of a report from such ship %eing incomplete or uno%taina%le! the owner! charterer! manager or operator of the ship! their agents shall! to the fullest extent possi%le assume the o%ligations placed upon the master under the provisions of this protocol( Article II )ethods of reporting 1@ 2ach report shall %e made %& radio whenever possi%le! %ut in an& case %& the fastest channels availa%le at the time the report is made( Reports made %& radio shall %e given the highest possi%le priorit&( Reports shall %e directed to the appropriate officer or agenc& specified in paragraph F2@ Fa@ of article ' of the convention(

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______________________________________________________________ Article III 7hen to ma+e reports The report shall %e made whenever an incident involvesG a@ %@ c@ d@ A discharge other than as permitted under the present conventionE or A discharge permitted under the present convention %& virtue of the fact thatG i@ It is for the purpose of securing the safet& of a ship or saving life at seaE or ii@ It results from damage to the ship or its equipmentE or A discharge of a harmful su%stance for the purpose of com%ating a specific pollution incident or for purposes of legitimate scientific research into pollution a%atement or controlE or The pro%a%ilit& of a discharge referred to in su%<paragraphs Fa@! F%@ or Fc@ of this article(

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______________________________________________________________ Article I; Contents of Report 1@ a@ %@ c@ d@ e@ 2@ a@ %@ c@ d@ $@ 2ach report shall contain in generalG The identit& of the shipE The time and date of the occurrence of the incidentE The geographic position of the ship when the incident occurredE The wind and sea conditions prevailing at the time of the incidentE and Relevant details respecting the condition of the ship( 2ach report shall contain in particularG A clear indication or description of the harmful su%stances involved! including! if possi%le! the correct technical names of such su%stances Ftrade names should not %e used in place of the correct technical names@E A statement or estimate of the quantities! concentrations and li+el& conditions of harmful su%stances discharged or li+el& to %e discharged into the seaE 7here relevant! a description of the pac+aging and identif&ing mar+sE and If possi%le the name of the consignor! consignee or manufacturer( 2ach report shall clearl& indicate whether the harmful su%stance discharged! or li+el& to %e discharged is oil! a noxious liquid su%stance! a noxious solid su%stance or a noxious gaseous su%stance and whether such su%stance was or is carried in %ul+ or contained in pac+aged form! freight containers! porta%le tan+s! or road and rail tan+ wagons( 2ach report shall %e supplemented as necessar& %& an& other relevant information requested %& the recipient of the report or which person sending the report deems appropriate(

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______________________________________________________________ Article ; upplementar& Report An& person who is o%liged under the provisions of this protocol to send a report shall! when possi%leG a@ %@ upplement the initial report! as necessar&! with information concerning further developmentsE and Compl& as full& as possi%le with requests from affected states for additional information concerning the incident(

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2(2 =HEN TO REPORT 2(2(1 Actual discharge of oil due toG (1 8amage to ship or it?s equipment! (2 ecuring safet& of ship or saving life at sea! or ($ 8ischarge in excess of permitted limits( 2(2(2 Pro%a%le discharge of oil! the following factors to %e consideredG (1 -ature of 8amage (2 >ailure or %rea+down of the ship! machiner& or equipment ($ hip location and proximit& to land or other navigational haDards( (, 7eather! tide! current and sea state( (0 Traffic densit&( (6 As precise definition of all t&pes of discharge situation cannot %e made! as a guide line reports should %e made in cases ofG (1 8amage! failure or %rea+down which affects the safet& of the shipG egG collision! grounding! fire! explosion! structural failure! flooding! cargo shifting( (2 >ailure or %rea+down of machiner&4equipment which results in impairment of safet& of navigationE egE failure or %rea+down of steering gear! propulsion! electrical generating s&stem! essential ship%orne navigational aids(

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______________________________________________________________ 213 COMMUNICATION METHODS

-othing in this chapter relieves the master in using sound Hudgement to ma+e sure that an& incident is reported as quic+l& as possi%le in the prevailing situation and circumstances( Primar& communicationG ;er%al report via satcom telephone! to %e followed %& a confirmator& Telex or fax message as soon as possi%le(

econdar& communicationG Fin order of priorit&@ 1( 2( $( ,( 0( 6( ;er%al reports via atcom Telephone( ;er%al reports via ;1> Coast Radio tation Fwhere possi%le@( >ax messages via atcom( Telex messages via atcom( ;er%al messages via Radio Telephon& F1> or )> radio@( 7ritten messages via Radio Telegraph& F1> or )> radio@(

The following communication s&stems exist on the vesselG 1( 2( $( ,( atellite communication F ATC*)@ < Phone4>ax4Telex 1>4)> Radio Telephon& and Telegraph& ;1> marine %and radios ;1>461> handheld radios for on %oard communications(

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______________________________________________________________ REPORTING FORMAT 7hen ma+ing a report of an actual or threatened discharge of oil from the ship the master shall use the reporting format recommended %& the I)* under resolution A('01F2B@( The report shall consist of the following informationG LABEL NAME & ADDRESS )P A 9 FUNCTION ADDRESSEE T=P2 *> R2P*RT 1IP 8AT2A TI)2 *> 2;2-T EXPLANATION TO WHOM THE MESSAGE MUST BE DELIVERED )ARI-2 P*336TI*- R2P*RT -A)2! CA33 I/- A-8 -ATI*-A3IT= A 6 8I/IT /R*6P /I;I-/ 8A= *> )*-T1 F>IR T 2 8I/IT @! 1*6R A )I-6T2 F3A T , 8I/IT @( I> *T12R T1A- 6TC TAT2 TI)2 :*-2 6 28( , 8I/IT /R*6P /I;I-/ 3ATIT682 I- 82/R22 A-8 )I-6T2 6>>II28 7IT1 - *R ! A-8 A 0 8I/IT /R*6P /I;I-/ 3*-/IT682 I- 82/R22 A-8 )I-6T2 6>>II28 7IT1 2 *R 7( *R TR62 92ARI-/ F>IR T $ 8I/IT @ A-8 8I TA-C2 F TAT2 8I TA-C2@ I- -A6TICA3 )I32 >R*) C32AR3= 82>I-28 3A-8)AR. F TAT2 3A-8)AR.@( C*6R 2 A A T1R22 8I/IT /R*6P( P228 I- .-*T A-8 T2-T1 *> .-*T ( TAT2 I- >633 -A)2 *> TATI*-4>R2562-CI2

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______________________________________________________________ LABEL * P FUNCTION TI)2 *> -2IT R2P*RT )AII)6) PR2 2-T 8RA>T I- )2TR2 CAR/* *- 9*AR8( CA- 92 I-C36828 IA R232;A-T EXPLANATION 8AT24TI)2 /R*6P 2IPR2 28 A I- F9@

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______________________________________________________________ ; )28ICA3 TAT2 A-= )28ICA3 R256IR2)2-T A-84*R I-J6RI2 A-8 >ATA3ITI2 ( ACTI*- 92I-/ TA.2- 7IT1 R2/AR8 T* T12 8I C1AR/2 A-8 )*;2)2-T *> 1IP( A I TA-C2 *R R2 P*- 2 71IC1 1A 922- R2562 T28 *R 71IC1 1A 922- PR*;I828 9= *T12R ( A-= *T12R ;2 23 I-;*3;28( I> T12 R2P*RT I )A82 >R*) A- A I TI-/ ;2 23! TAT2 ACTI*- P3A--28(

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______________________________________________________________ 214 =HOM TO CONTACT

The master is responsi%le for reporting an& incident involving an oil spill or a su%stantial threat of an oil spill toG 2(,(1 T12 -2AR2 T C*A TA3 TAT2 A6T1*RITI2 ( (1 Please refer to I)* Res( A('01F2B@ on /eneral principles for hip reporting! and Appendix 8( (2 In the a%sence of a listed focal point! or should an& undue dela& %e experienced in contacting the responsi%le authorit&! the master is advised to contact the nearest coast radio station! designated ship movement reporting station or Rescue Coordination Centre FRCC@ %& the quic+est availa%le means( uch station ma& %e o%tained from Admiralt& 3ist of Radio ignals -P 2'1F1@ and 2'1F2@ 2(,(2 )A-A/2R 4 *7-2R F 22 APP2-8II 9@ 2(,($ P A I C369 R2PR2 2-TATI;2 F 22 APP2-8II C@ 2(,(, 3*CA3 A/2-T (1 7here no local agents are appointed in advance! )asters are required to o%tain details concerning local reporting procedures upon arriving in port( 2(,(0 C1ART2R2R 2(,(6 P*RT C*-TACT F 22 APP2-8II 8@

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______________________________________________________________ 215 SEA =ORTHINESS CALCULATION ASSISTANCE

This vessel su%scri%es to an 2mergenc& Response ervice for damaged condition sea worthiness calculation on 2, hrs %asis( The following are the service contact detailsG -ame of ervice 2, hrs contact num%er Telex >ax Address -ippon .aiHi .&o+ai K'1<$<$261 666B 2TA exclusive direct line 22"#0 C3A -.J 2$2,2'B C3A -.J

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______________________________________________________________ C1APT2R $ 311 M%(t!+: SHIPBOARD RESPONSE ORGANI>ATION PLAN In charge( Activate spill response team! direct notifications4reports to nearest Coastal tate Authorit&! *wners! )anagers! PAI clu% and Agents( Co<ordinate with other if she is involved in the incident(

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C &!$ O$$&/!+: Response Team 3eader < Cargo pills( Conduct immediate safet& audit for fire! explosion A toxic haDards( 2nsure cargo transfer pumps are secures and valves closed in order to stop flow of product( upervise pill Response Team in containment! operation of equipment! of pollutant! manning of fire hoses! supression of vapours! deplo&ment of sor%ent materials! manning of shovels! %rooms and trash cans! etc to recover the dec+ spillage(

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D,t. O$$&/!+: Assist )aster and Response Team 3eader < of Cargo pills! as necessar&( ound tan+s as directed %& the Team 3eader( GMDSS O$$+: Communications Assist in notification of officials as directed %& )aster( tand%& on 9 radio 12$0"(B 1D at sea and on Channel 16 on ;1> when in port for further communications( C 1 En4&n!!+: Response Team 3eader < >uel pills( 8irect the securing of %un+ering operations and the closing of valves to prevent further spillage( ound the alarm and assist Ch(*fficer in directing the recover& of pollution( 1(t1 En4&n!!+: 2ngine Room( )an engine room controlsE energiDe fire pumpsE provide mechanical services as needed( D!/6 C%-!t: )essanger( )essanger to Chief *fficer! where and when needed( *therwise tand<%& on %ridge(

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______________________________________________________________ P,*) M%n: Tan+ oundings( Assist dut& *fficer in soundings of tan+s( E'!/1En4+: ;entilation( topping of ventilation and isolating of electrical sourses if required( B#(,n: Pump Assistant( Assist Ch(officer and to mo%aliDe the porta%le pump4hoses in case of spillage( C##6: and M!(( M%n: 8econtamination /ang( cru% and wash down personnel exposed to toxic su%stancesE Provide ox&gen first aid if necessar&( Request medical assistance if required( 8econtamination /ang( Assist wash down of personnel exposed to toxic su%stancesE Provide ox&gen and first aid if necessar&( Request medical assistance if required(

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______________________________________________________________ 312 RECORD ?EEPING AND SAMPLING

The master is responsi%le for +eeping record of events whenever there is a spill! or a su%stantial threat of a spill( All relevant information shall %e entered! including! %ut not limited to Fas applica%le@E 7hen! 7here and 7hat happenedL -otification made! and to whom( 2fforts made %& crew( Assistance received! and %& whom( *nl& facts shall %e loggedE do not speculate as to what has happenedM If possi%le ta+e pictures and4or video of important factors documenting events( All spilt oil shall %e sampled! safet& permitting( An& oil o%served on the water! while vessel is at anchor or %erth! shall %e sampled if possi%le( amples shall %e properl& mar+ed! with date and location! and sealed! and alwa&s %e made in duplicate( amples will %e most valua%le if the sampling is authenticated %& someone not part of the crew! i(e( 1ar%or )aster! terminal personnel or pilot( *ne sample ma& %e turned over to the local authorities! if requested! or to a dul& authoriDed owner?s representative(

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______________________________________________________________ 313 C+!2 +!()#n(&3&'&t&!( R!()#n(! t# #"!+3#%+- -&(/ %+4!

It is the masters responsi%ilit& to initiate a response in the event of a discharge or su%stantial threat of discharge into the surrounding waters( The master shallG -otif& as per requirements set forth in Nnotification proceduresN! chapter 2( Remain in charge of clean<up operations until such responsi%ilit& can %e orderl& transferred to the local authorities( .eep records of all events related to the incident! including sampling of spilled oil( The crew is not required to perform an& clean<up operation from the water! however! safet& and other duties permitting! the crew ma& attempt to use equipment availa%le on %oard to recover smaller spills(

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______________________________________________________________ 314 OPERATIONAL SPILL PRE:ENTION

9efore an& oil transfer commences! all dec+ scuppers and open drains must %e effectivel& plugged to prevent spilled oil escaping form the vessel( Accumulations of water should %e drained periodicall& and scupper plugs replaced immediatel& after the water has run off( *il& water should %e transferred to a slop tan+ or other suita%le receptacle( >ree floating oil or oil droplets shall %e removed %efore draining using sor%ents or other suita%le equipment( 6nless a permanent spill tra& is provided! drip pans shall %e placed under ship4shore connections to catch an& lea+age( 7hen not in use! sea and over%oard discharge valves and all other valves connected to the %un+er and %allast s&stems must %e securel& closed and lashed and ma& %e sealed( In<line %lan+s shall %e inserted where provided( 7hen lashing is not practical! as with h&draulicall& operated valves! some suita%le means of mar+ing shall %e used to indicate clearl& that valves so mar+ed one to remain closed( At the start of and at regular intervals throughout the transfer operations the crew shall +eep a close watch to see that no oil escapes from the vessel through the sea valves or an& other valve or opening on dec+ or in the engine room( In particular! care shall %e ta+en to ensure that all openings required to remain shut are in fact shut and all unused connection points are %lan+ed with all %olts in place( 9un+er and cargo tan+s which have %een topped up shall %e chec+ed frequentl& during the remaining loading operations to ensure there is no further ingress of oil( 3oading and topping off rates shall %e closel& monitored with due regard to ullage space availa%le and the time required to stop transfer operations( hould a lea+age or overflow occur! %un+er operations shall %e stopped immediatel& and shall not %e restarted until the fault has %een identified and rectified and all haDards from the released oil eliminated( All spills shall %e reported to the authorities and an& adHacent vessel which ma& %e in danger(

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______________________________________________________________ The following additional measures are to %e ta+en in the event of operational spillG a@ %@ c@ d@ e@ The master should order the crew to ta+e up their oil spill response stations( hould oil discharge occur! immediatel& notif& parties concerned according to the esta%lished procedures( 7hen necessar&! the master should request oil pollution clean up compan& to enter into oil spill response( 7hen possi%le! immediatel& deplo& oil %oom to prevent dissipation of oil! and at the same time! recover as much oil as possi%le using oil adsor%ents 7hen oil spill response chemicals and oil gels chemicals are used! due consideration are to %e paid for the circumstances around( )oreover! it is to %e authoriDed to use them %& the nearest coastal tate %eforehand(

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______________________________________________________________ $(,(1 PIPE LEA?AGE (1 If section of pipe is under pressure due to vessel pumps operation due to fuel transfer or discharge! all such pumps must %e stopped immediatel&( (2 If section of pipe is under pressure due to vessel pumps operation due to fuel loading or %un+ering! the process must %e stopped immediatel&( ($ The lea+age pipe section should remain connected with a slac+ tan+ in order to drain the remaining oil %& gravit&( (, -ever open sea valves! when lea+age has %een found on pipelines connected to sea valves( (0 An& discharge4transfer or loading must not resume unless lea+ is permanentl& rectified and oil spilled on dec+ cleared up(

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TAN? O:ERFLO= If overflow during %un+ering4transferring or loading of fuelG (1 top ship?s pump in case of transferring4discharging or terminate operation in case of loading4%un+ering( (2 8raining overflowed tan+ %& opening appropriate valves to slac+ tan+ or empt& tan+s if availa%le( ($ 8irect filling or transferring to empt& tan+s or slac+ tan+s( (, If possi%le consider transferring or loading via additional lines to speed up transferring or loading to slac+ tan+s( (0 If possi%le consider using porta%le pump when necessar& to recover oil spilled on dec+( (6 *peration must not resume until spilled oil is cleared up(

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______________________________________________________________ 3.4.3 HULL LEA?AGE ;BUN?ER< (1 If lea+age is discovered from 9un+er Tan+s F>(*48(* Tan+s@ which are adHacent to side shell and lea+ is a%ove sea level then! promptl& transfer fuel4diesel oil in tan+ in question! and reduce oil level in the tan+ to well %elow waterline( (2 hould it %e suspected that lea+age has occurred %elow waterline! immediatel& close opening to upper dec+ including vent valve of damaged tan+ to ma+e pressure inside the tan+ to vacuum( ($ hould it not %e possi%le to identif& specific tan+ from which lea+age has occurred! reduce levels of all tan+s in the vicinit&! ta+ing into account the effect on hull stress and sta%ilit&( (, hould it %e suspected that internal transfer of oil is difficult! ta+e into account ship to ship transfer to transfer to tan+s ashore( (0 7hen lea+age still continues inspite of ta+ing actions a%ove < mentioned! identif& the case of lea+age using 8iver( (6 *n deciding which tan+ to transfer! the least to %e considered is contamination or mixing of fuel(

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______________________________________________________________ 315 NON - OPERATIONAL SPILLS

In the event of a casualt& the master?s first priorit& is to ensure the safet& of the vessel?s personnel! and to initiate actions which ma& prevent escalation of the incident( 31511 GROUNDING OR STRANDING If the vessel is aground and therefore cannot manoeuvre! all possi%le sources of ignition must %e eliminated and action ta+en to prevent flamma%le vapors from entering the engine room spaces or the accommodation( The )aster?s next priorit& should %e to ensure that he as soon as possi%le receives detailed information on the damage that the vessel has sustained! in order to find out what remedial action needs to %e ta+en to ensure the safet& of the vessel and its crew( (1 A visual inspection should %e carried out( (2 All tan+s to %e sounded( ($ All other compartments which have contact with the sea should %e sounded to ensure that the& are intact( (0 oundings of tan+s are to %e compared with last soundings to chec+ for possi%le lea+s( (6 An& list shall %e noted and included in the report for assistance( Also considerG (# 8anger to the vessel?s complement if the vessel should slide off grounding site( (' 8anger of vessel %eing %ro+en down %& heav& seas or swells( (" 1ealth haDards to the vessels? complement and surrounding population due to release of haDardous su%stances in dangerous concentrations( (1B That fires ma& start due to released flamma%le su%stances due to uncontrolled ignition sources(

PAGE NO.: 3.10 OF 3.20 SHIPBOARD OIL POLLUTION REV. NO.: EMERGENCY PLAN PREP. : KE APPR. : MJ DATE : 19.06.98 _____________________________________________________________ >urthermore! the vessel?s master must ta+e into account the following considerationsG (11 Is the vessel constantl& %eing struc+ in the seawa&L (12 Is the vessel exposed to torsionL (1$ ounding to %e ta+en around the vessel to esta%lish the vessel?s position on the %ottom( (1, Is there a large difference in the tidal ranges at the grounding siteL (10 Are there strong tidal currents in the grounding areaL (16 )a& the vessel drift further up on the shore! due to high tides! wind and wavesL (1# The master shall assess the possi%ilit& of damage to the environment! and whatever action can %e ta+en to reduce further damage from oil release! such asG (1#(1 Transfer of %un+ers internall&( (1#(2 Isolate %un+er tan+s hermeticall& to ensure that h&drostatic height in tan+s is intact during tidal changes( (1#($ 2valuate the necessit& of transferring cargo to %arges or vessels and request such assistance accordingl&( The master must also evaluate the question of getting off from the grounding %& own means( 9efore such an attempt is made! it must %e determinedG (1' 7hether the vessel is damaged in such a wa& that it ma& sin+! %rea+ up or capsiDe after getting off( (1" 7hether the vessel after getting off ma& have manoeuvering pro%lems %& own means to get awa& from the dangerous area( (2B 7hether it is necessar& to request salvage assistance to refloat the vessel( (21 7hether machiner&! rudder or propeller are damaged due to grounding or ma& %e damaged if tr&ing to get off ground %& own means( (22 7hether the vessel ma& %e trimmed or lightened sufficientl& in order to reduce additional pollution from %un+er spillage(

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______________________________________________________________ (2$ 7eather evaluationG whether it is time4reason to await improvements in weather or tide( If the ris+ of further damage Fevaluated@ to the vessel is greater in an attempt to refloat the vessel %& own means! than %& remaining aground until professional assistance has %een o%tained! the vessel?s master should tr& to secure the vessels as much as possi%le %&G (2, )a+ing attempt to prevent vessel from moving from its present positionE (2, 9& setting anchors( (20 9& ta+ing in %allast in empt& tan+s if possi%le( (26 Tr& to reduce longitudinal strain on hull %& transferring cargo internall&( (2# Reducing fire ris+ %& removing all ignition sources( (2' 1aving assessed the damage that the vessel has sustained! the master should %e a%le to decide whether or not an& action ma& %e ta+en to avoid further spillage( (2" hould the damage which the vessel has sustained! %e of such an extent that the sta%ilit& cannot %e computed on %oard! the master shall see+ assistance from head office( ($B 1&drostatic heights in each tan+ are to %e ta+en at regular intervals! and an& change reported as needed( ($1 7hen the vessel is aground! due regard should %e ta+en to the indiscriminate opening of sounding pipes! manhole covers etc! as loss of %uo&anc& could %e the result of such actions( ($2 In case of large differences in the tides! the vessel should tr& to isolate the damaged tan+s to reduce additional loss of %un+ers(

PAGE NO.: 3.12 OF 3.20 SHIPBOARD OIL POLLUTION REV. NO.: EMERGENCY PLAN PREP. : KE APPR. : MJ DATE : 19.06.98 ______________________________________________________________ 31512 TOUCHING BOTTOM hould the vessel experience unusual sha+ing or vi%rations of the hull! unexplained movements or changes in engine revolutions! it ma& %e suspected that the vessel has touched %ottom( Procedures should %e initiated to ensure that vessel is intact and that there is no oil lea+ages( (1 If vessel has pilot on %oard! as+ for possi%le explanation( (2 top engine immediatel&! and o%serve an& unexpected speed reduction( ($ Consult vessel?s charts for area and chec+ depth information( (, *%serve accurate position %& %earings of fixed points( (0 Chec+ for invisi%le oil along hull or in wa+e of vessel during da& time( At night a stic+ with white cloth For sheet of sor%ent@ around it ma& %e lowered into he water alongside the vessel to chec+ for oil lea+ages( (6 Ta+e soundings of all compartments F%allast tan+s etc@ to ensure that the vessel has not sustained an& damage( (# Isolate penetrated tan+ %& closing the tan+ hermeticall&( ;er& important when large differences in tides occur( If the vessel is aground! follow instructions in previous paragraph( 31513 COLLISION hould the vessel %e involved in a collision with another vessel! (1 All crew ta+e up emergenc& station as per vessel?s muster list( (2 afet& of personnel to %e ensured during an& action( ($ Assessed situation and extent of damage identified( (, Inform all parties as per Chapter 2 ect , (0 Ta+e measures to prevent progressive flooding( 2nsure all valves are shut( (6 2liminate all source of ignition(

PAGE NO.: 3.13 OF 3.20 SHIPBOARD OIL POLLUTION REV. NO.: EMERGENCY PLAN PREP. : KE APPR. : MJ DATE : 19.06.98 ______________________________________________________________ (# Contact 1ead office on vessel strength calculation if measures involved transferring or discharging of water4oil4%un+er or %allasting4de%allasting( (' Consider shore assistance if vessel una%le to maneuver( (" Are an& tan+s penetrated a%ove or %elow the waterlineL (1B hould lea+age occur a%ove water line! reduce oil level in damaged tan+ %elow line %& internal transfer( (11 hould lea+age occur %elow water line! ma+e pressure inside damaged tan+ negative %& closing vent valves and openings( (12 If vessels are dead in the water and interloc+ed! what is the most prudent! to sta& interloc+ed or separateL (1$ Is there an& oil spill at present < small or largeL 7ill a separation of interloc+ed vessels create a larger oil spill than if the vessels sta& interloc+edL (1, If there is an oil spill! will the separation of the vessels cause spar+s that can ignite the oil or other flamma%le su%stances lea+ed out from the vesselsL (10 Are the vessels of a greater danger to other traffic in the area if the& are interloc+ed than if separateL (16 7hat is the danger of either vessel sin+ing when separating! if vessels have sustained serious damage to tan+s %elow the waterline due to reduced %uo&anc&L (1# If the vessels are separated! how is the maneuvera%ilit& of own vesselL (1' If separation of vessels ta+e place! alter course to %ring vessel upwind of an& oil slic+( (1" hut down all none essential air inta+es( (2B Isolate penetrated tan+ %& hermeticall& closing the tan+ if possi%le(

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______________________________________________________________ 31514 FIRE AND EXPLOSION hould an explosion and a fire occur on %oard! the vessel?s damage control team will under the leadership of the chief officer initiate the necessar& steps to %ring the situation under control( uch steps shall %eG (1 >ind out immediatel& where the fire4explosion has ta+en place( *rder for 2mergenc& station( (2 Tr& to determine the extent of damage! and if an&one of the compliment is inHured or dead( ($ 8eplo& the mem%ers of the vessel?s damage control team to the positions deemed %est for fighting the fire( Promptl& remove all flamma%le material in the vicinit& of the fire( (, 6se all availa%le means to fight the fire such asG (,(1 water w4spra& noDDles (,(2 water cannons Fmonitors@ (,($ foam cannons Fmonitors@ (,(, C*2 (0 Tr& to contain the fire and prevent it from spreading to other parts of the vessel( Consider manoeuvre to %ring fire to leeward or anchor the vessel( Position vessel such that it does not hamper fire fighting( (6 Close openings such as doors! scuttles! da&lights! ventilation duct etc and stop mechanical ventilation( (# 2lectric power suppl& leading to fire site and around it must %e cut off( The occurrence shall %e reported to the nearest shore authorities! informing them a%out the situation and if the fire cannot %e controlled %& the complement! request outside assistance as per chapter ,! section 6(

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______________________________________________________________ In case of fire and explosion the following priorities exist when the damage control measures are initiatedG (' Rescue lives( (" 3imiting the damage to vessel and cargo( (1B Preventing environmental pollution( 7hen alerting the local authorities! report as per I)*<format Fchapter 2! section $@! %ut most important giveG -ame of vessel and nationalit&( 3ocation( T&pe of incident and cargo on %oard( If an&one is inHured or missing( An& oil spill or threat of spill( 31515 HULL FAILURE hould the vessel loose one or more shell plating! develop maHor crac+s! or suffer severe damage to the hull! the master must immediatel& sound the general alarm to call the complement to their mustering station! and inform them of the situation! and prepare life%oats for launching( 1e shall then asses the situation! and confer with his senior officers( (1 hould lea+age occur a%ove water line! reduce oil level in damaged tan+ %elow line %& internal transfer( (2 hould lea+age occur %elow water line! ma+e pressure inside damaged tan+ negative %& closing vent valves and openings( ($ If internal transfer is not possi%le! consider ship to ship or ship to shore transfer(

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______________________________________________________________ The following questions should %e as+edG Is the vessel in an& immediate danger of sin+ing or capsiDingL (, If &esG (,(1 Immediatel& evacuate the vessel( (,(2 end distress message( (,($ -otif& owner( (,(, If there is! or li+el& to %e an oil spill in connection with the incident! notif& as per chapter 2(1( 0 If no! initiate damage control measures is found necessar&G (0(1 If the vessel has a list due to loss of %allast! cargo or %uo&anc&! is it necessar& and possi%le to rearrange the cargo or %allast %& internal transfer operation in order to get the vessel levelL (0(2 Is it necessar& to dump cargo in order to maintain sta%ilit& without changing the stress situationL FCan this operation wait till another vessel can receive that cargoL@ (0($ 1as the vessel lost %uo&anc&L (0(, Is there an& a%normal change in the vessel?s sta%ilit& and stress situationL (0(0 Can change in sta%ilit& and stress situation %e calculated on %oardL If not! contact the vessel?s head office( (0(6 8oes the vessel need assistance or escort to nearest port of refuge or repair portL (0(# Is it necessar& to transfer an& of the complement in case the situation should worsen! and it ma& %e necessar& to evacuate the vesselL (0(' Can the vessel manoeuvre on its ownL (0(" *%tain latest weather forecast! and asses its impact on the present situation(

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______________________________________________________________ 3151@ EXCESSI:E LIST

hould the vessel for some reason suddenl& start to list excessivel& during discharging4loading operation or %un+ering! all ongoing operation must %e stopped immediatel& until the cause can %e determined( The dut& officer shall inform the terminal Fif applica%le@ %& wa& of agreed emergenc& signal procedure! and inform chief officer and4or master( The master shall tr& to determine the reason for the excessive list! and ta+e steps to rectif& the situationG (1 The vessel?s oil pollution prevention team to %e called out( (2 soundings to %e ta+en of all compartments( ($ 9un+er4%allast pumps to %e made read&( (, If %un+eringG change to corrective tan+s for rectif&ing the situation( (0 If %allasting4de%allastingG change to corrective tan+s to rectif& the situation( (6 If there is reason to %elieve that the list ma& cause an oil spill! notif& as per chapter 2 (# If the vessel?s complement is in Heopard&! prepare life%oats for launching! and notif& as per chapter 2( (' 7hen4if situation is %rought under control! inform as necessar&( 31517 EQUIPMENT FAILURE

If the main engine stops or steering gear fails! the %ridge watch shall immediatel& (1 call master and chief engineer (2 if vessel is considered to %e in immediate danger! prepare for dropping an anchor(

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______________________________________________________________ 7hen the master arrives! his first priorit& shall %e to assess the situation and get a complete picture of the same! and %ase his further action onG ($ position of the vessel relative to shore! shallows or installations (, weather and drift Fspeed and direction@ (0 estimated time required to get main engines or steering gear %ac+ into operation (6 need for towing4assistance (# action should %e ta+en according to the worst case scenario development of the situation( 31519 MAIN ENGINE FAILURE

The main engine instruction %oo+ failure search list Ftrou%le shooting guide@ should %e used to locate the failure( If the engine cannot %e repaired within the time deemed %& the master to %e safe! emergenc& operation of the main engine should %e considered on the master?s orders( 3151A STEERING GEAR FAILURE

>or location of the steering gear failure! the IC document Nsteering gear guidance on test routines and chec+ listsN can %e used in addition to the steering gear instruction %oo+(

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SHIPBOARD OIL POLLUTION EMERGENCY PLAN B SUMMARY FLO= CHART This flow diagram is an outline of the course of action that ship%oard personnel should follow in responding to an oil pollution emergenc& %ased on the guidelines pu%lished %& the *rganiDation( This diagram is not exhaustive and should not %e used as a sole reference in response( Consideration should %e given for inclusion of specific reference to the Plan( The steps are designed to assist ship personnel in actions to stop or minimiDe the discharge of oil and mitigate its effects( These steps fall into two main categories C reporting and action(
D IS C H A R G E O F O IL P r o b a b le o r A c t u a l A S S E S S M E N T O F T H E N A T U R E O F IN C ID E N T

A C T IO N S R E Q U IR E D * A le r t c r e w m e m b e r s * I d e n t ify s p ill s o u r c e * S p ill a s s e s m e n t R E P O R T IN G A C T IO N T O C O N T R O L D IS C H A R G E

By Master and / or designated crew member WHEN TO REPORT All probable and actual spills HOW TO REPORT By quickest means to coastal radio station Designated s ip mo!ement reporting station or "escue #o$ordination #enter %at sea& By quickest a!ailable means to local aut orities WHO TO CONTACT 'earest coastal state (arbor and terminal operators %in port& S ipowner)s manager* P + I insurer (ead # arterer* #argo owner "efer to contact lists WHAT TO REPORT Initial report % "es,-./%0-&& 1ollow$up reports # aracteristics of oil spilled #argo / ballast dispositions 2eat er and sea conditions Slick mo!ement Assistance required Sal!age 3ig tening capacity Mec anical equipment 45ternal strike team # emical dispersant / degreasant

Measures to minimi6e t e escape of oil and t reat to marine en!ironment NAVIGATIONAL SEAMANSHIP MEASURES MEASURES Alter course / Safety assessment position and / or and precaution speed Ad!ice on priority # ange of list and / countermeasures / or trim pre!enti!e measures Anc oring Damage stability Setting aground and stress Initiate towage considerations Assess safe a!en Ballasting / requirements deballasting 2eat er / tide / Internal cargo swell forecasting transfer operations Slick monitoring 4mergency s ip$to$ "ecord of e!ents s ip transfers of and cargo and / or communications bunker taken Set up s ipboard response for7 Sal!age 3eak sealing 1ire fig ting (andling of s ipboard response equipment % if a!ailable& 4tc, STEPS TO INITIATE EXTERNAL RESPONSE "efer to castle Port State listing for local assistance "efer to s ip interest contact list 45ternal clean up resources required

#ontinued monitoring of acti!ities

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______________________________________________________________ 317 The following plansG i@ /eneral arrangement planE ii@ )idships section planE iii@ 3ines plan 4 ta%le of offsetsE iv@ Tan+ ta%lesE v@ 3oad line assignmentG vi@ 3ight ship characteristicsE and vii@ Pipeline drawings viii@ 1ull piping plans ix@ 8amage sta%ilit& are availa%le for use in calculation of the vessel?s sta%ilit&! hull stress and salvage! and maintained in the following officesG a@ hips *ffice %@ Thome hip )anagement ingapore Technical 8epartment LOCATION OF :ESSELCS PLANS

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______________________________________________________________ C1APT2R , , NATIONAL AND LOCAL CO-ORDINATION

In the event of an oil spill or threatened discharge of oil! the master shall immediatel& contact the nearest coastal state authorities Fappendix d@ %& the quic+est means of communication at his disposal! and ma+e notification as per chapter 2( If in international waters! he must esta%lish contract with the authorities of the nearest coastal state and follow their instructions as far as practica%le( In coastal waters or in the contiguous Done of a coastal state! he must co<operate full& with the local authorities( In an& case the master must see+ authoriDation from coastal state authorities prior to carr&ing out mitigating actions e(g( 6se of oil spill dispersant( The following is to %e carried out %& the masterG< (1 >irst priorit& is the safet& of the crew and the ship( (2 Ta+e account of ship?s overall stress and sta%ilit&( ($ )aster to order crew to ta+e up their oil spill response stations( (, In the event of oil pollution incident! the master must report to the nearest coastal tate! Port tate and hip?s interest( (0 In order to prevent additional outflow of oil! ta+e the following measuresG a@ ecure oil spill area( %@ Reduce internal pressure in oil spill tan+( c@ Close or cut off related piping( (6 Create optimum condition for prevention of additional outflow of oil! %& adHusting %allast or %& using other measures( In this case! ta+e account of damage sta%ilit& and hull stress( (# Transfer oil internall& form damaged tan+s to intact one to prevent additional outflow of oil( In this case! ta+e account of damage sta%ilit& and hull stress(

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______________________________________________________________ (' 7hen necessar&! transfer oil in the damaged tan+ to another ship to prevent additional outflow of oil( In this event the following matters should %e +ept in mindG< a@ 7hen necessar&! consult with the coastal tate a%out ship to ship transfer operation %eforehand( %@ Consult with other ship! regarding procedure alongside and ship to ship positioning( c@ Communicate with other ship details of the weather conditions! sea conditions and conditions with regard to %ringing ships alongside( d@ 8iscuss with the other ship with the details of cargo to %e transferred( e@ tandard transfer procedures to %e adhered to as closel& as possi%le( (" If possi%le! extend oil %oom immediatel& to prevent dissipation of oil and tr& to recover as much oil as possi%le using oil a%sor%ent( (1B 7hen a%andoning the ship! close inta+e valves or cor+s on fuel oil piping and all openings of air pipes connected to >uel *il and 8iesel *il Tan+s( (11 In case! the ship is equipped with emergenc& towing lines! these lines should %e laid on the ship?s fore and4or aft part and the end of the line should %e lowered up to the waterline prior to a%andoning the vessel( The )aster will function as on the scene coordinator for the spill 4 emergenc& until relieved %& authoriDed emplo&ee of government agenc&(

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______________________________________________________________ C1APT2R 0 511 TRAINING PROGRAM

The compan& training program is %ased on standards set %& the statuar& training requirements for the crew! with additional training in oil pollution control as discussed in this plan( *>>IC2 G Receive initial training in the use of all parts of this plan that effect them and their crew! and have the responsi%ilit& of training their crew with Nhands<onN operation on %oard( The drill program constitute the continuous part of the training( The crew receive their training as part of their on %oard duties( pecific training in oil pollution control include the use of the on %oard equipment( The compan&?s staff who form part of the response management team are selected %ased on their +nowledge of the compan& and vessel! and their a%ilit& to handle crisis situation( 9& participating in the scheduled drills! the& are also training in the specifics of this plan(

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______________________________________________________________ 512 RECORDS OF TRAINING

The records of training! as detailed in section 1! shall %e maintained as followsG *n %oard training )anagement training G 3ogged on %oard( G Compan&?s afet& )anager

A summar& of training conducted shall %e sent ever& month to the compan&?s safet& officer or person in charge of update of this plan(

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513 This plan shall %e exercised as followsG *n %oardG

DRILLS

)onthl& drills shall include all parts of this plan covering emergenc& procedures for spill mitigation( The drills ma& %e part of other emergenc& drills carried out on %oard! however! specifics in this plan shall %e logged separatel&( The owner shall exercise the plan involving the spill management team! as Nta%letop drillsN! either in full or in part! on an annual %asis! assuring that the entire plan has %een exercise ever& three &ears( All drills shall %e logged( This owner operates several vessels with similar plans! and the management drills will therefore cover all the vessels(

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______________________________________________________________ 514 RECORDS OF DRILLS

The records of drills! shall %e maintained as followsG *n %oard drillsG )anagement drillsG 3ogged on %oard( Compan&?s afet& *fficer

A summar& of drills conducted shall %e sent ever& month to the compan&?s afet& *fficer or person in charge of update of this plan(

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515

UPDATE PROCEDURES

This plan has %een approved %& the administration and! except as provided %elow! no alteration or revision shall %e made to an& part of it without the prior approval of the administration( Chapter 0 and appendices to this plan can onl& %e changed and4or updated with the written authorit& of C*)PA-= 56A3IT= A 6RA-C2 )A-A/2R( All comments! corrections and suggestions shall %e directed to the a%ove named individual( All users of the plan have the responsi%ilit& of pointing out changes that effect the validit& and4or use of the plan( )aHor changes in the plan shall %e made as soon as possi%le( An& changes or updates which require a page change! shall %e accompanied with a new Nrecord of changesN page( Compan& person responsi%le for reviewing 4 updating is 5ualit& Assurance )anager 4 Thome hip )anagement( >requenc& of review will %e ever& 12 months( All approved changes shall %e sent! without dela& to all registered cop& holders! as followsG COPY NO1 1 2 $ LOCATION 5ualit& Assurance )anager at hip )anagement 1ead *ffice ;essel Administration

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______________________________________________________________ 51@ POST-INCIDENCE RE:IE=

7henever the plan has %een put in use! as response to an incidence! all parties directl& involved shall comment on the effectiveness of the plan and its content( uch comments shall %e forwarded to the responsi%le person named in section 0(0 for action( The responsi%le person shall review the comments! and if needed ma+e changes or suggest changes to the compan&?s management( After the completion of the review! an& changes made to the plan shall %e according to section 0(0 of this chapter(

APPENDIX A

VESSELS PARTICULARS
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APPENDIX B

LIST OF CONTACT NAMES AND TELEPHONE NUMBER

THOME SHIP MANAGEMENT PTE. LTD.


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APPENDIX C

P & I CLUB / H & M CLAIMS LEADER CONTRACT NOS (

APPENDIX D

LIST OF COASTAL CONTACTS

Name of Port / Institution Person to be Contact e d Address Means of Contact Phone: Fax: Telex: Remarks

Master are require d to fill up neces s a r y inform ation for each individual port.

APPENDIX E

SAMPLE FORMAT FOR INITIAL NOTIFICATION


SHIPBOARD OIL POLLUTION EMERGENCY PLAN (SAMPLE FORMAT FOR INITIAL NOTIFICATION) A Ship Name, Call Sign, Flag C Position Latitude / Longitude deg deg min min N/S deg deg deg min min E/W E Course deg deg deg L Intend e d Track M Radio Station Guarde d N Date and Time of Next Report, UTC. day day hour hour min min O Maximu m Prese nt Draft: XX.XX m P Type and Quantity of Cargo / Bunker on Board Q Brief details of Defects / Deficiencies / Dama g e R Brief Details of Pollution, including estim a t e Quantity of Loss F Speed, Knots kn kn 1/10 D Bearing, Distanc e from Landm a rk deg deg deg Naut.miles

APPENDIX E

S Brief Details of Weath e r and Sea Condition Wind - Direction / Speed / Beaufort Swell - Direction / Height

T Contract s det ail of Owner / Operators / Agent U Ship Size and Type Length XX.XXm Breadth XX.Xxm X Miscellane o u s Inform a tion Brief Details of Incident: Need for Outside Assista nc e: Actions Being Taken: Numb er of Crew and Injuries: Detail of PNI and Local Corres pon d e n c e : Others: Type:

APPENDIX F

LIST OF COASTAL STATE CONTACT

APPENDIX G

LIST OF ON BOARD POLLUTION RESPONSE EQUIPMENT

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APPENDIX H

LIST OF MANUALS & PUBLICATIONS