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Marland Boat Service Ltd. CC Au Service Engineer from Marland Boat Service Limited for Marland Boat Service Ltd. CC Au Service Engineer from Marland Boat Service Limited for Lifeboats, Davits & Winches Inspection & Services 1

Marland Boat Service Ltd. Program Run-down Part A (Safety Practice) 1. Lifeboat accidents review Marland Boat Service Ltd. Program Run-down Part A (Safety Practice) 1. Lifeboat accidents review 2. Lifeboats & davits (& winches)–introduction 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Part B (Informative) 4. Process of IMO (SOLAS; LSA; Circular; Resolution) 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS 6. MSC. 1/Circ. 1327–Application of FPDs 2

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Marland Boat Service Ltd. 1. Lifeboat accidents review MSC. 1/Circ. 1206/Rev. 1 (Measures to Marland Boat Service Ltd. 1. Lifeboat accidents review MSC. 1/Circ. 1206/Rev. 1 (Measures to Prevent Accidents with Lifeboats) indicates that most accidents fall under the following categories: p Failure of on-load release mechanism p Inadvertent operation of on-load release mechanism p Inadequate maintenance of lifeboats, davits and launching equipment p Communication failures p Lack of familiarity with lifeboats, davits, equipment and associated controls p Unsafe practices during lifeboat drills and inspections p Design faults other than on-load release mechanisms. 6

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 1. Lifeboat accidents review In 2004, two crew members were Marland Boat Service Ltd. 1. Lifeboat accidents review In 2004, two crew members were killed and three others seriously injured when the port lifeboat became detached from its falls during a lifeboat drill. The cape-sized bulk carrier, was at anchor off a port in Australia, at the time of the accident. Investigation revealed that the lifeboat’s after hook had failed where it was attached to the keel while the boat was being lowered. The lifeboat’s stern had then dropped and the boat rotated around the remaining forward fall before the forward hook opened under the load of the swinging boat. The lifeboat then fell upside down into the sea approximately 16 meters below. 7

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Marland Boat Service Ltd. 1. Lifeboat accidents review Port lifeboat after hook keel attachment Marland Boat Service Ltd. 1. Lifeboat accidents review Port lifeboat after hook keel attachment Starboard lifeboat after hook keel attachment 10

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 2. Lifeboats & davits (& winches)–introduction 11 Marland Boat Service Ltd. 2. Lifeboats & davits (& winches)–introduction 11

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 2. Lifeboats & davits (& winches)–introduction Ships Name Year Built Marland Boat Service Ltd. 2. Lifeboats & davits (& winches)–introduction Ships Name Year Built Lifeboat Maker Type of Lifeboat Hook Type ISLA DE CEDROS 1982 Ishihara Open-type Off-load RYU YOH 1991 Ishihara Conventional IHM-12 KAYU PUTIH 1995 Nishi-F Conventional IHM-12 LUMINOUS ORION 1997 Nishi-F Conventional IHM-12 AQUARIUS ACE 1998 Shigi Conventional SZK 30 SILVICULTURE 2002 Ishihara Conventional IHM-12 B UNIVERSAL GREEN 2002 Nishi-F Conventional IHM-12 B SALLY 2003 Fassmer Conventional DUPLEX 2. 5 T EASTERN PRINCESS 2004 Qingdao Beihai Conventional BG 3 JACKY RICKMERS 2004 Fassmer Conventional DUPLEX 2. 5 T ADINESIA 2005 Qingdao Beihai Conventional BG 3 MIMOSA AFRICANA 2006 Nishi-F Conventional SRS 37 CHUETSU SPIRIT 2007 Tsuneishi Conventional 43 GS-1 C FLORA PIONEER 2007 Tsuneishi Conventional 43 GS-1 C PACIFIC IRMA 2010 Jiangyin Norsafe Freefall --- 12

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 2. Lifeboats & davits (& winches)–introduction Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP) Marland Boat Service Ltd. 2. Lifeboats & davits (& winches)–introduction Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP) 13

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Marland Boat Service Ltd. 2. Lifeboats & davits (& winches)–introduction Ships Name Year Built Marland Boat Service Ltd. 2. Lifeboats & davits (& winches)–introduction Ships Name Year Built Davit / Winch Maker Davit / Winch Model ISLA DE CEDROS 1982 Sekigahara SH-32 PC / SNW-22 H RYU YOH 1991 Tsuji H 83 -l. A 2 / EB-5. 0 RS-18/9/ L 2 -3. 7 KAYU PUTIH 1995 Miura MVD 4200/3200 / RBH / LBH-4500 LUMINOUS ORION 1997 Tsuji H 83 -l. A 2 / EB-5. 0 RS-18/9/ L 2 -3. 7 AQUARIUS ACE 1998 Miura MVD 5400/3500 / RBH-/LBH-4500 C SILVICULTURE 2002 Sekigahara SHS-34 -056 / SWE-08 -380/-070 UNIVERSAL GREEN 2002 Sekigahara SHS-34 -056 / SWE-08 -380/-070 SALLY 2003 Davit International --- EASTERN PRINCESS 2004 Oriental Precision HGD-057 -24 / BWE-08 -180/-030 JACKY RICKMERS 2004 Davit International --- ADINESIA 2005 Oriental Precision HGD-057 -24 / BWE-08 -180/-030 MIMOSA AFRICANA 2006 Mansei M-7 S / MW-7 S; MW-7 CS FLORA PIONEER 2007 Sekigahara SHS-34 -056 C / SWE-08 -380/-070 CHUETSU SPIRIT 2007 Sekigahara SHS-34 -056 C / SWE-08 -380/-070 PACIFIC IRMA 2010 Jiangyin Norsafe HD 25 24

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Marland Boat Service Ltd. 2. Lifeboats & davits (& winches)–introduction Aft Lashing Unit Winch Marland Boat Service Ltd. 2. Lifeboats & davits (& winches)–introduction Aft Lashing Unit Winch Control Unit 32

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 2. Lifeboats & davits (& winches)–introduction Winch Control Unit 33 Marland Boat Service Ltd. 2. Lifeboats & davits (& winches)–introduction Winch Control Unit 33

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Marland Boat Service Ltd. 2. Lifeboats & davits (& winches)–introduction Aft Lashing Unit 35 Marland Boat Service Ltd. 2. Lifeboats & davits (& winches)–introduction Aft Lashing Unit 35

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Hook(s) Reset → Locked → Safety Pin (s) → Suspension Ring(s) 36

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Fassmer Duplex 2. 5 T 37

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Fassmer Duplex 2. 5 T 38

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Ishihara Off-load Quick Release 39

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Ishihara / Nishi-F IHM 12; IHM 12 B 40

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Nishi-F SRS 37 41

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Jiangyin Xinjiang JX-2 42

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Qingdao Beihai BG-3 43

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Qingdao Beihai BG-3 44

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Qingdao Beihai BG-3 45

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Shigi SZK 30 46

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Tsuneishi 43 GS-1(C) 47

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Tsuneishi 43 GS-1(C) 48

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Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Fall shift - two Wire Falls with “end-to-end ” connection 51

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Spring Pin 52

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Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Marland Boat Service Ltd. 3. O & M of lifeboat RRS & launching appliance Safety practice to launch test conventional lifeboat: • remove charger receptacle, gripes/lashing wires to avoid entangling (e. g. with boat bollards) • ensure davit arm locking pins are removed completely, FPDs applied, no one boards the boat • launch boat to water slowly without inching, boat stabilized, do brake tests on its way down • crews go down embarkation (or accommodation) ladder, lower boat just above water (boat falls remain straight) • remove FPDs, execute on-load release test on hooks (or Off-load release test after boat is waterborne) • boat is taken away and engine/steering etc. , boat returned • reset hooks, check hook secured position, release handle &/or safety interlock are fully locked, engage suspension links on (fore & aft) hooks, FPDs applied (use recovery strops during foul weather) • boat lifted about 2 meters above water • remote wire tested pull & stop (braking) from inside to lower boat back in water • boat lifted about one meter above water, check all hooks security before lifting • all crews climb up ladder to disembark, boat retrieved with no one inside • boat heaved, limit switch(es) tested & recovered with hand cranking after motor power plug removed • lock davit arms, rest boat on davit horns, secure grip/lashing wires, connect charger receptacle 58

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Marland Boat Service Ltd. 4. Process of IMO (SOLAS; LSA; Circular; Resolution) Incidents / Marland Boat Service Ltd. 4. Process of IMO (SOLAS; LSA; Circular; Resolution) Incidents / Ideas / Development of draft Regulation, Code, Circular or Resolution Proposal to IMO Committee, e. g. MSC Discussions, refer to Sub-committee, Working Groups Adoption of new Regulation 64

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 4. Process of IMO (SOLAS; LSA; Circular; Resolution) p Maritime Marland Boat Service Ltd. 4. Process of IMO (SOLAS; LSA; Circular; Resolution) p Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) The MSC is the highest technical body of the Organization. It consists of all Member States. The functions of the Maritime Safety Committee are: “to consider any matter within the scope of the Organization concerned with aids to navigation, construction and equipment of vessels, manning from a safety standpoint, rules for the prevention of collisions, handling of dangerous cargoes, maritime safety procedures and requirements, hydrographic information, logbooks and navigational records, marine casualty investigations, salvage and rescue and any other matters directly affecting maritime safety”. 65

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 4. Process of IMO (SOLAS; LSA; Circular; Resolution) p IMO Marland Boat Service Ltd. 4. Process of IMO (SOLAS; LSA; Circular; Resolution) p IMO has adopted numerous recommendations and guidelines relating to survival at sea, in the form of Resolutions and Circulars. p Resolutions and Circulars are not mandatory. It is up to each Member State to decide on implementing them. p These Resolutions and Circulars form a core element of the technical recommendations and many are accepted as industry standard. 66

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 4. Process of IMO (SOLAS; LSA; Circular; Resolution) p For Marland Boat Service Ltd. 4. Process of IMO (SOLAS; LSA; Circular; Resolution) p For instance, Resolution MSC 317(89) – cited as “the 317 th Resolution adopted by the MSC since its first meeting, adopted at the 89 th session”, entered into force on 1 st January 2013. …… which becomes the amendment to Regulation 1. 5, Chapter III, International Convention for the Safety Of Life At Sea (SOLAS) …. . . "5 Notwithstanding paragraph 4. 2, for all ships, not later than the first scheduled dry-docking after 1 July 2014, but not later than 1 July 2019, lifeboat on-load release mechanisms* not complying with paragraphs 4. 4. 7. 6. 4 to 4. 4. 7. 6. 6 of the Code shall be replaced with equipment that complies with the Code**. * On-load release mechanism is replaced by Lifeboat Release & Retrieval System (LRRS) ** Refer to MSC. 1/Circ. 1392 “Guidelines for evaluation and replacement of LRRS” 67

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 4. Process of IMO (SOLAS; LSA; Circular; Resolution) p Another Marland Boat Service Ltd. 4. Process of IMO (SOLAS; LSA; Circular; Resolution) p Another Resolution, MSC 320(89), also entered into force on 1 st January 2013. becomes the amendment to Chapter IV, the International Life-saving Appliances Code (LSA) Code…. . paragraph: 4. 4. 7. 6. 4 “To provide hook stability, the release mechanism shall be designed so that, when it is fully reset in the closed position, the weight of the lifeboat does not cause any force to be transmitted to the operating mechanism. ” 4. 4. 7. 6. 5 “Locking devices shall be designed so that they can not turn to open due to forces from the hook load. ” 4. 4. 7. 6. 6 “If a hydrostatic interlock is provided, it shall automatically reset upon lifting the boat from the water. ” 68

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS p Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS p For new builds Ship owner/manager should confirm that the ship's lifeboat RRS complies with the requirements of the LSA Code, amended by Resolution MSC 320(89) during initial statutory survey (i. e. upon ship's delivery) for ship constructed (keel laid or a similar stage of construction) on or after 1 July 2014. p For existing ships Not later than the first scheduled dry-docking after 1 July 2014, but not later than 1 July 2019, it should be confirmed that the ship's lifeboat RRS is an evaluated type in accordance with the procedures of MSC. 1/Circ. 1392, and shall be replaced, if necessary. [MSC. 1/Circ. 1445: …. . the wording "first scheduled dry-docking" was introduced to mean the "first scheduled out of water survey of the ship's outer bottom". This explanation is to clarify that the on-load release mechanisms need not be compliant during an in-water survey, should this occur before a dry-docking. “] 69

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Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS p Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS p Results of evaluation (existing vessels): Found compliant with paragraph 4. 4. 7. 6. 4 to 4. 4. 7. 6. 6 of the amended LSA Code; Compliant after having been modified, or; Non-compliant, replaced with an approved design fully compliant with the amended LSA Code. 71

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS http: Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS http: //gisis. imo. org/Public/Default. aspx 72

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Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Ships Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Ships Name Lifeboat Maker Type of Lifeboat Model Hook Type Action New Hook Type JACKY RICKMERS Fassmer Conventional GMR 6. 5 Duplex 2. 5 T Modify Duplex 2. 5 E SALLY Fassmer Conventional GMR 6. 5 Duplex 2. 5 T Modify Duplex 2. 5 E SILVICULTURE Ishihara Conventional G-63 ATR IHM-12 B Comply Not necessary RYU YOH Ishihara Conventional G-65 BTR IHM-12 Comply Not necessary ISLA DE CEDROS Ishihara Open-type G-75 A PACIFIC IRMA Jiangyin Norsafe Freefall GES 25 / Not Applicable Not Necessary KAYU PUTIH Nishi-F Conventional G-54 ATR IHM-12 Comply Not necessary MIMOSA AFRICANA Nishi-F Conventional CML-20 SRS 37 Modify SRS 3 LUMINOUS ORION Nishi-F Conventional G-63 ATR IHM-12 Comply Not necessary UNIVERSAL GREEN Nishi-F Conventional G-63 ATR IHM-12 B Comply Not necessary ADINESIA Qingdao Beihai Conventional BH-5 S BG 3 Modify BG 3 R EASTERN PRINCESS Qingdao Beihai Conventional BH-5 S BG 3 Modify BG 3 R AQUARIUS ACE Shigi Conventional SZ-65 BRS SZK 30 Modify SZK 30 M FLORA PIONEER Tsuneishi Conventional TL-6. 5 TE 43 GS-1(C) Comply Not necessary CHUETSU SPIRIT Tsuneishi Conventional TL-6. 5 TE 43 GS-1(C) Comply 77 Not necessary Off-load Not Applicable Qick Release Not necessary

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Fassmer Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Fassmer Duplex 2. 5 t (1982 -2010) Compliant After Modification New Release Cam With Controlled Angle of 55º Locking Pin Fitted As FPD 78

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Fassmer Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Fassmer Duplex 2. 5 t (1982 -2010) Compliant After Modification Chain Length Allows Safety Pin To Be Inserted Only When Handle Is Fully Reset Additional Protection Against False Manipulation Of Hydrostatic Interlock 79

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Nishi-F Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Nishi-F -IMO Registered Compliant After Modification SRS 37 To SRS-3 80

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Qingdao Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Qingdao Beihai-IMO Registered Compliant After Modification BG 3 To BG-3 R (Option 1) 81

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Qingdao Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Qingdao Beihai-IMO Registered Compliant After Modification BG 3 To BG-3 R (Option 1) Assistant Releaser Hook Fitted With Assistant Locking Device Assistant Cables For Fwd. & Aft. Hooks 82

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Qingdao Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Qingdao Beihai-IMO Registered Compliant After Replacing BG 3 With BHHook 3 (Option 2) BHHOOK 3 Hook 4 sets Release Handle 2 sets Hydrostatic Device System 2 sets Release Cable 4 sets Bolts of Bracket of Release Hook 2 sets Plates of Bracket 2 sets Hook Base 2 sets 83

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Qingdao Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Qingdao Beihai-IMO Registered Compliant After Replacing BG 3 With BHHook 3 (Option 2) 84

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Qingdao Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Qingdao Beihai-IMO Registered Compliant After Replacing BG 3 With BHHook 3 (Option 2) New Type BHHOOK 3 85

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Shigi-IMO Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Shigi-IMO Registered Compliant After Modification SZK-30 to SZK-30 M Installation of Counterbalance into the Lever 86

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Shigi-IMO Marland Boat Service Ltd. 5. MSC. 1/Circ. 1392–Evaluation & replacement of lifeboat RRS Shigi-IMO Registered Compliant After Modification SZK-30 to SZK-30 M Modification of the shape of Operation Handle 87

Marland Boat Service Ltd. Wuxi Haihong Boat Making Co. , Ltd. : Cost (for Marland Boat Service Ltd. Wuxi Haihong Boat Making Co. , Ltd. : Cost (for reference only) ü for hooks system modification [per ship set] USD 7, 200 (Material) + 2, 000 (Labor) ü for complete stainless steel hooks assembly USD 7, 800 per boat ü of complete lifeboat renewal USD 25, 000 per boat [Note: Hook distance; lifeboat weight; carrying capacity & SWL of davit & winch must be examined] 88

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 6. MSC. 1/Circ. 1327–Application of FPDs p Fitting of Fall Marland Boat Service Ltd. 6. MSC. 1/Circ. 1327–Application of FPDs p Fitting of Fall Preventer Devices (FPDs) as an interim risk mitigation measure “Never a substitute of the lifeboat on-load release hook or RRS !” The use of FPDs should be considered as an interim risk mitigation measure, only to be used in connection with existing on-load release hooks, at the discretion of the master, until the procedures according to MSC. 1/Circ. 1392 will be completed. Ship owners and managers should therefore ensure that FPDs are fitted to any existing LRRS which are pending evaluation, they should be fitted in accordance with the guidelines until the LRRS is found to be compliant with the amended LSA Code. 89

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 6. MSC. 1/Circ. 1327–Application of FPDs p Ships flying following Marland Boat Service Ltd. 6. MSC. 1/Circ. 1327–Application of FPDs p Ships flying following flags are strongly urged to apply FPDs to lifeboat RRS until completion of evaluation: Bahamas Cyprus Hong Kong Maltese Marshall Islands Norway Panama Singapore United Kingdom 90

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 6. MSC. 1/Circ. 1327–Application of FPDs Class. NK for FPDs Marland Boat Service Ltd. 6. MSC. 1/Circ. 1327–Application of FPDs Class. NK for FPDs installation : Flag State Hong Kong Liberia Information / Notice It is strongly urged to provide FPDs. And, it is mandatory to provide FPDs for the existing lifeboat release and retrieval systems have been evaluated as being non-compliant with the revised LSA Code. FPDs shall be employed. Panama It is mandatory to provide FPDs. Singapore It is strongly urged to provide FPDs. Note (1) If not otherwise specified date on the above, fitting of FPDs of ships in service is mandatory on or after 1 July 2013. Note (2) If attending surveyor founds no FPDs onboard on or after 1 July 2013, the surveyor or owner are requested to contact Flag Administration to get an exemption or authorization letter to issue Conditional SE Cert. (Exemption letter/certificate or Conditional Certificate will depend on Flag Administration judgment) 91

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Marland Boat Service Ltd. 6. MSC. 1/Circ. 1327–Application of FPDs MSC. 1/Circ. 1327 ANNEX Marland Boat Service Ltd. 6. MSC. 1/Circ. 1327–Application of FPDs MSC. 1/Circ. 1327 ANNEX Page 2 2. 2 Strops or slings “Wires or chains should not be used as FPDs, as they do not absorb shock loads. ” 94

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 6. MSC. 1/Circ. 1327–Application of FPDs should never be constructed Marland Boat Service Ltd. 6. MSC. 1/Circ. 1327–Application of FPDs should never be constructed of wire rope. These materials lack the elasticity necessary to absorb shock loads and are also much more difficult to handle than softer synthetic fiber Insufficient strength: The strop is constructed from rope that will probably have resilience to absorb some shock loads yet the rope is too small to withstand the full shock load that might be expected in a failure of the hook 95

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 6. MSC. 1/Circ. 1327–Application of FPDs Wrong purpose: The strop Marland Boat Service Ltd. 6. MSC. 1/Circ. 1327–Application of FPDs Wrong purpose: The strop and link being used is actually a recovery strop for use when the boat is being recovered in adverse weather conditions. It is constructed of materials that would be of suitable strength but because it is rope, as opposed to a sling, it is larger than is desirable for ease of handling as an FPD. It is also far too slack and it is rigged through the connecting link over a part that is not intended for load bearing. 96

Marland Boat Service Ltd. 6. MSC. 1/Circ. 1327–Application of FPDs FPD strops are made Marland Boat Service Ltd. 6. MSC. 1/Circ. 1327–Application of FPDs FPD strops are made of synthetic material. They have tensile strength with safety factor of 6, should be rot-proof, corrosion-resistant, should not be unduly affected by sea water, oil & fungal attack, & should be UV resistant 97

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Marland Boat Service Ltd. 6. MSC. 1/Circ. 1327–Application of FPDs 3 Drills, testing, inspections Marland Boat Service Ltd. 6. MSC. 1/Circ. 1327–Application of FPDs 3 Drills, testing, inspections and maintenance of lifeboats and launching appliances 3. 1 The ship’s master or the officer in charge of any lifeboat lowering or lifting operation should ensure that, where provided, lifeboat FPDs are properly in place before commencing any drill, testing, inspection or maintenance where persons are in the lifeboat. 3. 2 The ship’s operating crew should be familiar with the operation of the FPD fitted to the lifeboat on their ship. The procedure to be followed should be contained in the ISM Code documentation and the ship’s training manual. Shigi: ”FPDs slings should be used during a lifeboat drill and maintenance as a fall preventing measure with a limit to a lifeboat load severely observed. For a emergencies, FPD slings should not be used while a vessel is on voyage as the state of making a swift escape is being prepared. ” Greece : “After the exercises will have taken place, FPDs will not remain secured with the lifeboat. Relative records will be recorded in the ship's diary. ” 99

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