Condition of class certificate
Issued to a classed vessel.
Issued by classification society surveyor.
Enables the vessel to proceed to voyage when as per surveyor:
The vessel is fit.
In efficient condition.
Certificates will embody surveyor’s recommendation for continuance of class.
Subjected to the confirmation of the committee.
Issued in the event of:
Seaworthiness of the vessel in question due to:
Any maritime accident by which vessel sustained damage to hull/ machinery.
Repair done as required.
If surveyor thinks that the ship is only safe to proceed to next port for a cheaper or more thorough repair, an endorsement to be made on interim certificate as:
“The vessel is safe for intended passage until the next port for further repair and examination.”
Updated: July 03, 2003
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ISGOTT stands for international safety guide for oil tanker and terminal. just like the name explain it is a guideline which is set in for the oil tanker and terminals.
explain the content of ISGOTT.
it has safety procedure
appendix which which include ship shore safety meeting
properties of petroleum product
hazard associated with it
different type of gases assosiated with petrroleum products
hazard and gas equipment to check those gases
fire fighting equipment on board
synotic charts: they are the weather charts for the present condition movement and patterns of air pressure, rainfall, wind and temperature. This information is conveyed using symbols, which are explained in a legend.
prognosis chart: these are also the weather chart but with future prediction , it gives information regarging wind ,pressure , rain which is likely to be encountered in the next 24 hr, 48 hrs and 72 hours
correct me if i am wrong.....
The angle of repose or, more precisely, the critical angle of repose, of a granular material is the steepest angle of descent or dip of the slope relative to the horizontal plane when material on the slope face is on the verge of sliding. This angle is given by the number (0°–90°).