A manifest that lists all cargo carried during vessel voyage.
The terminal point of the tanker deck piping. It consists of a number of pipes. Eeach of them branches off into two or more open ends for cargo loading or discharge.
Monitoring of liquid cargo includes level gauging, temperature monitoring, and pressure measurement.
A plan showing the distribution of all cargo parcels stored on board of a vessel for a voyage. Each entry on the plan details the quantity, weight and port of discharge.
An opening in the ship side provided for loading or discharging cargo in tween-decks.
The cargo pumping system includes 24 Wärtsilä Svanehoj cargo pumps, driven by electric motors under frequency converter control. Pumps handle cargoes with a maximum density of 1.5t/m3.
A space housing pumps and their accessories for the handling of the products covered by IBC Code.
Usually long and narrow enclosed spaces on PS and SB of an offshore vessel’s open cargo deck.
Remains of any cargo on board that cannot be placed in proper cargo holds (loading excess and spillage) or which is left in cargo holds and elsewhere after unloading procedures are completed (unloading residual and spillage).
All fixed and portable devices used to secure and support cargo units.
The manual required on all types of ships engaged in the carriage of all cargoes other than solid and liquid bulk cargoes.
The separation of liquid cargoes to avoid cross contamination.
Spaces within the cargo area used for workshops, lockers and storerooms of more than 2m2, used for cargo-handling equipment, (IBC Code).
Any ship designed to transport goods and no more than 12 passengers. - General cargo ship – Ship constructed for carrying of general cargo not packed in containers.
The certificate required to be carried on board of cargo ships of 500 gross tonnage and over.
The certificate required to be carried on board of cargo ships of 500 gross tonnage and over. A Record of Equipment for the Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate (Form E) shall be permanently attached.
The certificate required to be carried on board of cargo ships of 300 gross tonnage and over. A Record of Equipment for the Cargo Ship Safety Radio Certificate (Form R) shall be permanently attached.
As built documentation of cargo spaces. It should consist of the following documents: 1. Cargo space general description
Spaces used for cargo, cargo oil tanks, tanks for other liquid cargo and trunks to such spaces, (SOLAS).
The liquid-tight shell designed to contain the cargo.