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Q. 1) Emergency preparedness as per ISM Ocean currents ?

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    Q. 2) Explain currents and their formations with examples ?

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      Q. 3) DEFINE OIL CONTENT ?

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        Q. 4) Why ballast lower side tank with less moment on inertia , why not higher side ?

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          Q. 5) How to load reefer containers ?

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            Q. 6) What are the contents of IMDG code. ? how many tables are there in IMDG list & explain the contents of each table ?

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              IMDG Contents
              • The Code comprises 7 parts.
              • It is presented in two books; Volume 1 and Volume 2.
              • It is necessary to use both books to obtain the required information when shipping dangerous goods by sea.The Code also contains a Supplement.

              Volume 1 (Parts 1-2 & 4-7 of the Code) comprises:
              Part 1 General provisions, definitions and training
              Part 2 Classifications
              Part 4 Packing and tank provisions
              Part 5 Consignment procedures
              Part 6 Construction and Testing of Packagings,  Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBCs), Large  Packagings, Portable Tanks, Multi-Element Gas  Containers (MEGCs) and Road Tank  Vehicles
              Part 7 Requirements concerning transport operations

              Volume 2 (Part 3 and the Appendices of the Code) comprises:
              Part 3 Dangerous Goods List (DGL) and Limited Quantities Exceptions
              The DGL is the central core of the IMDG Code and presents information on transport  requirements in a coded form
              Appendix A List of Generic and N.O.S. (Not Otherwise Specified) Proper Shipping Names
              Appendix B Glossary of terms
              Alphabetical Index



              The supplement contains the following texts related to the Code:
              •   Emergency Response Procedures for Ships Carrying Dangerous Goods
              •   Medical First Aid Guide
              •   Reporting Procedures
              •   IMO/ILO/ECE Guidelines for Packing Cargo Transport Units
              •   Safe Use of Pesticides in Ships
              •   International Code for the Carriage of Packaged
                  Irradiated Nuclear Fuel, Plutonium and High-Level Radioactive Wastes on Board Ships

              Table information in IMDG
              Column 1 – UN Number
              Contains the United Nations Number assigned by the United Nations Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods (UN List).
              Column 2 – Proper Shipping Name (PSN)
              Contains the Proper Shipping Names in upper case characters which may have to be followed by additional descriptive text in lower-case characters.
              Column 3 – Class or Division
              Contains the class and, in the case of class 1, the division and compatibility group.
              Column 4 – Subsidiary Risk(s)
              Contains the class number(s) of any subsidiary risk(s).  This column also identifies dangerous goods as a marine pollutant or a severe marine pollutant as follows:
              P Marine pollutant
              PP Severe marine pollutant
              ● Marine pollutant only when containing 10% or more  substance(s) identified with ‘P’ or 1% or more substance(s)  identified with ‘PP’ in this column or in the Index.
              Column 5 – Packing Group
              Contains the packing group number (i.e. I, II or III) where assigned to the substance or article.
              Column 6 – Special Provisions
              Contains a number referring to any special provision(s) indicated in chapter 3.3.
              Column 7 – Limited Quantities
              Provides the maximum quantity per inner packaging.
              Column 8 – Packing Instructions
              Contains packing instructions for the transport of substances and articles.
              Column 9 – Special Packing Provisions
              Contains special packing provisions.
              Column 10 – IBC Packing Instructions
              Contains IBC instructions which indicate the type of IBC that can be used for the transport.  A code including the letters ‘IBC’ refers to packing instructions for the use of IBCs described in chapter 6.5.
              Column 11 – IBC Special Provisions
              Refers to special packing provisions applicable to the use of packing instructions bearing the code ‘IBC’ in 4.1.4.2.
              Column 12 – IMO Tank Instructions
              This column only applies to IMO portable tanks and road tank vehicles.
              Column 13 – UN Tank and Bulk Container Instructions
              Contains T codes (see 4.2.5.2.6) applicable to the transport of dangerous goods in portable tanks and road tank vehicles.
              Column 14 – Tank Special Provisions
              Contains TP notes (see 4.2.5.3) applicable to the transport of dangerous goods in portable tanks and road road tank vehicles.  The TP notes specified in this column apply to the portable tanks specified in both columns 12 and 13.
              Column 15 – EmS
              Refers to the relevant emergency schedules for FIRE and SPILLAGE in ‘The EmS Guide – Emergency Response Procedures for Ships Carrying Dangerous Goods’.
              Column 16 – Stowage and Segregation
              Contains the stowage and segregation provisions as prescribed in part 7.
              Column 17 – Properties and Observations
              Contains properties and observations on the dangerous goods listed.
              Column 18 – UN Number
              Contains the United Nations Number assigned to a dangerous good by the United Nations Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods (UN List).

              Dibbya Chhavi | 9 years ago | EDIT | REPLY

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                Q. 7) IF B/L IS NOT PRESENT THEN ACTION TO TAKE REG IT ?

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                  Q. 8) Precautions of carrying concentrates

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                    Q. 9) If a concentrate is carried how it develops a flow sate ?

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                      Q. 10) What all ships to have AOA ? What are the contents of AOA ?

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