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BRAZILIAN NAVY

PORTS AND COASTS DIRECTORATE


INSTRUCTION CENTER
ALMIRANTE BRAZ DE AGUIAR
EDUCATION SUPERINTENDENCE
COURSES AND INTERNSHIP DEPARTMENT

BOARDED INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (PREST)


INTERNSHIP PROGRAM LOGBOOK (LRE)

COURSE OF ADAPTATION FOR SECOND


NAUTICAL OFFICER (ASON)

CIABA BELM 2014

IDENTIFICATION OF THE NAUTICAL CADET

FULL NAME __________________________________________


______________________________________________________
ALIAS ____________________________________________
BIRTH DATE __________________________________________
IDENTITY___________________________OE
____________________
CIR________________________________NIP________________
CLASS (GRADUATION YEAR)_____________________________
DATES BOARDING/UNBOARDING (COMPANIES AND SHIPS)
_______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
TIME BOARDED ON EACH SHIP___________________________
______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
TOTAL BOARDING TIME___________________________

TAB L E O F C O N T E N T S

1 -

INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................
.....
6

2 -

IDENTIFICATION FORM OF THE SUPERVISOR AND OF THE INSTRUCTING


OFFICER
...............
6

3 -

INSTRUCTIONS TO THE TASKS EVALUATION .........................................................


9

4 -

RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE NAUTICAL CADET


11

5 -

IDENTIFICATION AND BOARDING FORM OF THE NAUTICAL CADET


12

6 -

FAMILIARIZATION WITH THE SHIP


................................................................................

7 -

SHIP TECHNICAL DATA


15

8 -

TASKS
16

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14

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8.1 - SAFETY ASPECTS


17
8.1.1 - SAFETY
17

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8.1.2 - HUMAN LIFE SAFETY AT SEA


18

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8.1.3 - FIRE PREVENTION AND FIGHTING


19

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8.1.4 - EMERGENCY PROCEDURE


20
8.2 - WATCH SERVICE
22
8.3 -

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NAVIGATION .................................................................................................................
24

8.4 - SHIP MANEUVER


29
8.5 -

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COMMUNICATIONS .......................................................................................................
...
34

8.6 - METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY


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36
8.7 -

DECK
38

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8.8 -

MACHINERY
.....................................................................................................................
40

8.8.1 DRIVING ENGINE


40

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8.8.2 - POWER GENERATION SYSTEM


40

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8.8.3 AUXILIARY MACHINERY ..............................................................................................


40
8.8.4 - STEERING SYSTEM
40

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8.8.5 - ENGINE CONTROL ROOM (CCM)


41

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8.9 - FAMILIARIZATION WITH AUTOMATION .....................................................................


42
8.10 - LOAD OPERATIONS OIL TANKERS
44

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8.11 - LOAD OPERATIONS CHEMICAL TANKERS


47
8.12 -

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LOAD OPERATIONS LIQUEFIED GAS TANKERS


50

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8.13 - LOAD OPERATIONS BULK CARRIERS


53

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8.14 - LOAD OPERATIONS CONTAINER CARRIERS


56

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8.15 -

LOAD OPERATIONS - ROLL ON - ROLL OFF/MULTIPURPOSE SHIPS


59

8.16 -

TUGBOAT OPERATIONS - OFFSHORE


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8.16.1 SUPPLY .......................................................................................................................


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8.16.2 AHTS ............................................................................................................................
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INTERNSHIP LOGBOOK INSPECTION

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ANNEX A EVALUATION FORM OF THE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (PREST) .....................

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ANNEXES:
ANNEX B EVALUATION OF THE ATTRIBUTES OF THE NAUTICAL CADET....................
ANNEX C - COMMENTS OF THE PROGRAM SUPERVISOR

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ANNEX D NAUTICAL CADET'S COMMENTS..................................................


ANNEX E CAPTAINS SUGGESTIONS

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68

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ANNEX F CREW'S DATA SHEET

INSTRUCTION CENTER ALMIRANTE BRAZ DE AGUIAR


EDUCATION SUPERINTENDENCE
NAUTICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
COURSES AND INTERNSHIP DEPARTMENT
INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (PREST)

FORMATION COURSE OF NAUTICAL OFFICER OF


MERCHANT NAVY (FONT)
1. INTRODUCTION
Mr. Commander
We present tht Nautical Cadet ______________________________, to training
on board. It is important to highlight that according to the International Convention
on Seamen Training, Certificate Issuance, and Watch Service Standards, 1978,
Amendment 1995 (STCW-78/95), the onboard training consists of the performance
of tasks that follow the standards set forth in Rule II/1, Chapter II and Section A-II/1
of the same Convention.
The performance of the tasks by the Nautical Cadet shall be always guided,
assessed, and supervised by Nautical Officers as follows:
a ) Program Supervising Officer, shall be the Chief Mate, who will be liable to
designated the Instructing Officer, being sufficient for such to fill in,
execute, and stamp the template on the following page. He shall also
follow-up the Internship of the Nautical Cadet, periodically supervise the
performance of the Tasks listed in this Logbook, sign the Task Pages, the
Internship Program Evaluation Sheet and the Comments Sheet of the
Program Supervisor
b ) Instructing Officer shall be a Chief Mate, who will be liable to follow-up,
guide, and evaluate the Nautical Cadet on the performance of the tasks
forecast in the Logbook and, after performed, sign the respective Task
Sheets.

THE OFFICER IS ON BOARD, WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF


ALL CREW MEMBERS THAT GUIDE HIM IN HIS EDUCATION.

2. IDENTIFICATION FORM OF THE SUPERVISING OFFICER (the data


shall be filled in with block letter)
BOARDING 1
Ship:

_________________________________________________________________

SUPERVISING OFFICER (CHIEF MATE)


Full name:

_________________________________________________________

C.I.R. Number:

________________________________________________________

Boarding time in the function (in months):


Signature
Initials:

__________________________________

______________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________

INSTRUCTING OFFICER
As paragraph 2.2, of Section A-II/1, of the Convention STCW-95 forecasts, I
designate the Officer identified below to serve as Instructing Officer of the Tasks to
be performed by the Nautical Cadet.
Full name:

_________________________________________________________

C.I.R. Number:

________________________________________________________

Boarding time in the function (in months): __________________________________


Signature ______________________________________________________________
Initials: ________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________
Supervisor Chief Mates Signature
(with stamp)

2. IDENTIFICATION FORM OF THE SUPERVISING OFFICER (the data


shall be filled in with block letter)
BOARDING 2
Ship:

_________________________________________________________________

SUPERVISING OFFICER (CHIEF MATE)


Full name:

_________________________________________________________

C.I.R. Number:

________________________________________________________

Boarding time in the function (in months):


Signature
Initials:

__________________________________

______________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________

INSTRUCTING OFFICER
As paragraph 2.2, of Section A-II/1, of the Convention STCW-95 forecasts, I
designate the Officer identified below to serve as Instructing Officer of the Tasks to
be performed by the Nautical Cadet.
Full name:

_________________________________________________________

C.I.R. Number:

________________________________________________________

Boarding time in the function (in months): __________________________________


Signature ______________________________________________________________
Initials: ________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________
Supervisor Chief Mates Signature
(with stamp)

2. IDENTIFICATION FORM OF THE SUPERVISING OFFICER (the data


shall be filled in with block letter)
BOARDING 3
Ship:

_________________________________________________________________

SUPERVISING OFFICER (CHIEF MATE)


Full name:

_________________________________________________________

C.I.R. Number:

________________________________________________________

Boarding time in the function (in months):


Signature
Initials:

__________________________________

______________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________

INSTRUCTING OFFICER
As paragraph 2.2, of Section A-II/1, of the Convention STCW-95 forecasts, I
designate the Officer identified below to serve as Instructing Officer of the Tasks to
be performed by the Nautical Cadet.
Full name:

_________________________________________________________

C.I.R. Number:

________________________________________________________

Boarding time in the function (in months): __________________________________


Signature ______________________________________________________________
Initials: ________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________
Supervisor Chief Mates Signature
(with stamp)

NOTES: IN THE EVENT THE PROGRAM IS COMPLIED WITH ON MORE THAN THREE VESSELS,
PLEASE MAKE A COPY OF THIS FORM TO ATTACH TO THE LOG DOCUMENT.

3. INSTRUCTIONS TO THE TASKS EVALUATION


1. The purpose of this Internship Program (PREST) is to provide the Nautical Cadet with
the opportunity of enjoying the social and professional relationship with the crew,
enhancing his/her knowledge on merchant ships, their installations and equipment.
2. The internship will have the minimum duration of one year (three hundred and sixtyfive days) of effective boarding. During this period, the Nautical Cadet shall comply with
at least 180 days of service as Watch Officer on the Catwalk and his/her performance
will be assessed regarding the fulfillment of the professional assignments and the
fulfillment of the tasks in this Internship Logbook.
3. The tasks were set forth in order to serve as a guide to the self-study of the Nautical
Cadet and guide the learning.
4. With the purpose of proportionating greater safety and better progress in the internship,
the Program Supervisor shall have prior knowledge of the tasks to be performed to
guide the Instructing Officer that will follow the Nautical Cadet.
5. The tasks will be performed in consecutive and independent items, in which,
individually, the progress will be evaluated by the Instructing Officer, in the form of
"satisfactory" or "unsatisfactory" concept, having to be checked on the own
spreadsheet, in the column corresponding to the task. In the final part of the tasks of
each instruction area, there is a space reserved to signature and stamp of the
Instructing Officer and the Program Supervisor.
6. At the Programs Supervisor discretion, the performance of a task may be repeated by
the Nautical Cadet, as many times as necessary, aiming at the obtainment of the
technical standard desirable to the Nautical Officer of the Merchant Navy.
7. Tasks that may not be returned by reasons independent on the Nautical Cadet's
interest shall not be considered upon the calculation of the final grade, being, however,
next to the item, being justified as not applicable (NA), duly supported by the initials of
the Mr. Chief Mate.
8. The Final Grade of the Internship Program will be expressed in the scale from 0 (zero)
to 10 (ten), calculating at every 10% of tasks performed with the "satisfactory concept
1 (one) point and, each unsatisfactory task zero point. The Trainee that obtains a
minimum percentage of 60% of the performed tasks will be considered approved, that
is, grade equal or superior to 6.0 (six). Such Grade will be entered in the space
reserved in the PREST Evaluation Sheet, with signatures and stamps of the ship
Captain and of the Internship Stage Supervisor.
9. It will be considered disapproved in the PREST the Nautical Cadet that:
I-

Does not reach the minimum grade in the internship;

II -

Interrupts with no authorization of the Instruction Center Captain the said period;

III -

Changes company without the prior authorization of the Instruction Center


Captain;
Does not perform PREST within the period of two years, counted from the
completion of the last school semester.

IV -

10. Having finished the Internship Program and after his/her unboarding, the Nautical
Cadet shall present to the Company, which will make him/her to return to the origin
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Instruction Center, through an specific document, with his/her C.I.R. and other
documents possibly existing.
11. This Internship Program Logbook, except for the moments required to the records on
the Program Supervisor's side, shall be maintained with the Nautical Cadet, including
upon the unboarding, thus being under his/her full responsibility.

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4. RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE NAUTICAL CADET

1.0

The Nautical Cadet shall comply with the regulation in effect, observing, when
applicable, the Company's determination. Thus, remember the following:
a) On board of the ship, he/she shall keep his/her cabin tidy and clean.
b) He/she will wear the proper uniform, the one prescribed by the ship Captain;
c) He/she will observe the Captains determinations, regarding the personal
appearance regarding haircut and beard and mustache.

2.0

Having finished his/her Internship Period, thank the Captain, Officers, and other
crew members for the contribution they provided to your professional formation. Do
not say GOOD-BYE, but "SEE YOU.

3.0

Upon returning to the Instruction Center, introduce yourself to the Chief of the
Course and Internship Support Department, and delivers the Internship Program
Logbook (PREST) duly filled in and signed by the Captain, Supervising Officer and
Instructing Officer.

Only the obedience to the regulations today


makes it possible to have it complied with tomorrow.

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5. NAUTICAL CADETS IDENTIFICATION AND BOARDING FORM (the


data shall be filled in with block letter)
PERSONAL DATA
Full name:

_________________________________________________________

Alias: ______________________________
Origin Instruction Center:

Class No.: ______________

____________________________________________

C.I.R. Number:

________________________________________________________

Home address:

_____________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________
Contact telephone(s):

__________________________________________________

BOARDING 1
Ship name:

__________________________________________________________

Ship type (load condition):

__________________________________________

Company:
_______________________________________________________________
Boarding date:
Unboarding date:

_______________________________________________________
____________________________________________________

Internship Duration (in days):

_____________________________________________

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BOARDING 2
Ship name:

__________________________________________________________

Ship type (load condition):

__________________________________________

Company:
_______________________________________________________________
Boarding date:

_______________________________________________________

Unboarding date:

____________________________________________________

Internship Duration (in days):

_____________________________________________

BOARDING 3
Ship name:

__________________________________________________________

Ship type (load condition):

__________________________________________

Company:
_______________________________________________________________
Boarding date:
Unboarding date:

_______________________________________________________
____________________________________________________

Internship Duration (in days):

_____________________________________________

NOTES: IN THE EVENT THE PROGRAM IS COMPLIED WITH ON MORE THAN THREE VESSELS,
PLEASE MAKE A COPY OF THIS FORM TO ATTACH TO THE LOG DOCUMENT.

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6. FAMILIARIZATION WITH THE SHIP

When arriving on board and after formal introduction to the Captain, the Nautical Cadet
shall get familiar with the ship, duly accompanied by the Program Supervising Officer or by
the Instructing Officer.
The Nautical Cadet shall know:

Catwalk with its equipment

Main deck with its equipment and accessories

Superstructure with its internal subdivisions

Engine room with its equipment

Ship's main plans, such as: General Arrangement Plan, Capacity, Safety, etc.

The ships technical data, filling in the list in item 7 of the Internship Program
Logbook.

7. SHIP TECHNICAL DATA


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Ship name _______________________________

Ship call sign _____________

Ship Reference Number _________________________


FEATURES
Total length
Length between perpendiculars
Distance from the catwalk to bow
Distance from the catwalk to stern
Maximum breadth
Molded breadth
Moulded depth
Maximum summer draught
Maximum summer displacement
Light displacement
Summer deadweight
Summer free board
Gross tonnage
Net tonnage
DRIVING ENGINE
Engine type
Power
RPM (cruise speed)
Specific consumption
HEAVY OIL TANKS
Quantity
Capacity
DIESEL OIL TANKS
Quantity
Capacity
LUBRICANT OIL TANKS
Quantity
Capacity
BOILERS
Number:
Types
Work pressure
DISTILLATION GROUP
Type
Daily production capacity
GENERATING GROUP
Number of generators
Power of the generators
Shaft generator
Emergency Generator
MOORING ROPES
Of steel
Of synthetic fiber
TOWING CABLE
Type of cable
Length
Diameter
Rupture load

NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
Magnetic compass
Gyro compass
Heading recorder
Odometer
Echo sounder
ARPA RADAR
GPS and DGPS
Electronic chart
Dynamic Positioning Equipment
GMDSS
AIS, VDR
Anemometer, barometers, psychrometer, etc.
BALLAST WATER TANKS
Quantity
Capacity
POTABLE WATER TANKS
Quantity
Capacity
THRUSTERS
Quantity of propellers
Propeller pitch
Bow-thruster
Stern- thruster
IRONS AND CHAIN CABLES
Iron type
Lenght of the chain cables in fathoms
DECK EQUIPMENT
Hatch types
Cranes
Derricks
Windlasses
Winches
Capstans
Other
SALVAGE EQUIPMENT
Whale Boats
Inflatable rafts
Rescue boat
Davits
Life buoys, light, and smoke
Line Throwing Appliance
EPIRB, SART
SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Portable extinguishers and fire detectors
Fixed foam system
Fixed CO2 system
Fixed dry powder system
Fire stations

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8. T A S K S
8.1 -

Safety Aspects

8.2 -

Watch Service

8.3 -

Navigation

8.4 -

Ship Maneuver

8.5 -

Communications

8.6 -

Meteorology and Oceanography

8.7 -

Deck

8.8 -

Engines

8.9 -

Familiarization with the Automation

8.10 - Load Operations Oil Tankers


8.11 -

Load Operations Chemical Tankers

8.12 - Load Operations Liquefied Gas Tankers


8.13 - Load Operations Bulk Carriers
8.14 - Load Operations Container Carriers
8.15 - Load Operations Roll-on, Roll-off/Multipurpose Ships
8.16 - Tugboat Operations - Offshore
8.17 - Inspection of the Internship Logbook

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8 . T AS K S
8.1. SAFETY ASPECTS
8.1.1 SAFETY
PURPOSE
Show competence in the performance of the tasks related to the aspects of personal,
material, and environmental safety.
Item

Concept

TASK

Satisfactory

Read and understand the Company's safety regulations.


Read and apply the Standard of the International Labor
Organization (ILO) and of the National Labor Safety
Code on Prevention of accidents on board the ship, at
sea, and at port.
Read and apply the regulations and Standards of the
Maritime Authority relevant to the Officer rank, in relation
to the performance of the tasks and to the socialprofessional behavior.
Read and understand the regulations, safety codes, and
safety guides suitable to the ship.
Localize and study the ships Safety Plan.
Know all normal and emergency access means, existing
on board.
Explain the procedures and precautions to the entrance
in closed compartments.
Follow-up the calibration and use of ox monitor.
Follow-up the tests using the explosimeter.
Follow-up the tests using the tankscope.
Follow-up the tests using the toximeter.
Take part in the steering gear before unmooring.
Change from the catwalk control to the emergency
control position.
Take part in the change to the emergency control.
Show the correct use of the personal protective
equipment (PPE) in the safety of each work to be
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performed on board.
8.1.2 HUMAN LIFE SAFETY AT SEA
16.

Accompany the crew members, upon the performance


of their functions, when preparing to pay out the
lifeboat and the rescue boat.

17.

Follow-up the familiarization of the New Crew


Members, with their obligations and functions on all
salvage vessels.

18.

Analyze the Emergency Table (Master) affixed on the


bulkheads, comparing it with the ships safety carrying
capacity.

19.

Identify and wear the salvage equipment existing on


board (life jacket, immersion suit, thermal protection
clothing, etc.), within the time recommended by the
regulations.

20.

Locate the round buoys and their distributions on


board, identifying the accessories that they shall have
according to SOLAS (light, smoke signal, and line).

21.

Locate all signaling pyrotechnic rockets existing on


board and know the cares that shall be observed when
using them.

22.

Identify the EPIRB equipment, get aware of how it


works and observe the cares that shall be taken when
it has to be used.

23.

Identify the SART equipment, get aware of how it


works and observe the cares that shall be taken when
it has to be used.

24.

Take part in the maintenance of lifeboats, davits, and


launching devices, salvage vessels, rescue boats, life
rafts, etc.

25.

Take part in the start-up and normal and emergency


stop of the engines of the life and salvage vessels as
required by SOLAS

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26.

Identify the accessories and materials of the lifeboats,


including solid and liquid food, with the assistance of
the check-list. Perform the maintenance as required by
Rule 20 of Chapter III of SOLAS and by LSA.

27.

During the Training in Worksite (TLT) show the


functioning of GMDSS equipment that are related to
salvage.

28.

Identify the used procedures and take part in the


salvage drills performed on board, as forecast in Rule 19
of Chapter III of Solas and Table AVI-1.1, AVI-2.1, and
AVI-12.2 of STCW-95, considering:
.1 inflatable raft;
.2 lifeboat;
.3 rescue boat;
.4 man overboard.

8.1.3 FIRE PREVENTION AND FIGHTING


29.

Identify the fire stations existing on board and the


materials contained therein.

30.

Know how to use the portable fire extinguishers:


.1
water;
.2

foam;

.3

dry powder;

.4

CO2;

.5

other (specify).

31.

Take part in the maintenance and reload of the


portable fire extinguishers.

32.

Locate and take part in the test and maintenance of the


following fire fighting equipment:
.1
fire detection systems;
.2

fire alarms;

.3

sprinklers;

.4

fixed foam systems;

.5

fixed dry powder systems.

.6

fixed CO2 systems;

.7

fixed Halon systems.

33.

Wear masks with air supply in a fire drill.

34.

Comply with the leadership procedures to a fire fighting


group during a drill.
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35.

Perform functions in a fire fighting group.

36.

Locate and learn to turn on the emergency fire pump.

37.

Deploy the fire fighting measures that shall be taken


when welding works or fire works are being performed.

38.

Locate the fireman suit to fight a fire.

39.

Take part in a fire fighting drills.

40.

Show suitable attitudes on fire fighting prevention in


the performance of the works or entertainment on
board.
8.1.4 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

41.

Locate and know DOC of the Safety Management


System (SGS).

42.

Check and know the control systematic of the


documents related to SGS.

43.

Check how the ship was divided to perform trainings,


according to the procedures that guide the ISM Code.

44.

Know the Company's Safety and Environmental


Protection Policy.

45.

Identify the designated person(s)" of the Company,


according to the SGS.

46.

Check as the board training routines are elaborated,


aiming at making all crew members suitable to rapidly
answer to the emergency situations.

47.

Identify how the reports and analyses of the "noncompliances", accidents, and emergency situations
are performed by the board personnel.

48.

Identify how the Company checks, revises, and


assesses the Safety Management System (SGS).

49.

Take part in a drill where an emergency situation is


simulated.

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50.

Know the preliminary actions that shall be taken to the


most part of the emergency situations that may
happen on board.

51.

Locate and know how the Contingence Plan (SOPEP)


is used and which its purposes are.

52.

Check how the methodology to Management of the


Maintenance and Inspection of Equipment and Systems
considered critical to the safety and environment is
used.

53.

Follow-up the internal and external audits that are


performed.

54.

Observe how the procedures related to the entrance of


crew members in confined spaces are complied with.

______/_______/______
Date

____________________________________

___________________________________

Instructors signature and stamp

Supervisors signature and stamp

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8.2. WATCH SERVICE


PURPOSE
Show competence in the performance of the tasks related to the watch service.
Item

Concept

TASK

Satisfactory

55.

Get familiarized with the locations and operations of


the catwalk equipment. Know all checks and tests that
are daily performed.

56.

Know and observe the application of the basic


standards to be observed in the navigation watch
service as set forth in the Convention STCW of the
Guidelines to Direction of Officers in Charge of
Navigation Watch in travel.

57.

Follow-up the watch service activities on the catwalk,


under the supervision of a qualified Officer, for a period
never inferior to six months.

58.

Follow-up the duty handover on the catwalk.

59.

Perform the plotting in the radar in good weather and


compare the results with the performed visual
observations.

60.

Follow the recommended procedures with restricted


visibility.

61.

Know the circumstances where the watch Officer shall


notify the Captain.

62.

Check what the watch Officer duties are when the Pilot
is boarded.

63.

Observe all maneuvers related to the irons, chain


cables, and ships anchoring device.

64.

Accompany the Officer in watch service when in travel


and with ship anchored at port.

65.

Follow-up the watch service or division at port and


observe the compliance with the Guidelines to the
Direction of the Officers in Charge of the Watch
Service at port.

66.

Follow-up the watch service or division at port under


the supervision of a qualified Officer.
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67.

Follow-up the Inspection of the ship to check the


mooring and the gangway ladder.

68.

Read the ship draught and check the depth under the
keel.

69.

Learn how the writing on the Navigation Diary is made.

70.

Accompany the Chief Mate in the verification of


readiness to the ship to weigh anchor and fill in the exit
checklist.

71.

Show knowledge and understanding of the


International Regulation to Avoid Collision at Sea
RIPEAM.

72.

Locate on the catwalk the charts of Beacon,


Steering and Navigation Rules, Lights and Marks,
Sound Signals, and the Table of Salvage Signals,
showing full knowledge of their content.

73.

Locate on the ship, with the assistance of the


Boatswain, the signaling marks: balloons, cones, bell,
gong, ship whistle and fog bell.

74.

Check the good working of the navigation lights,


anchoring lights, master lights, and tug lights.

75.

In addition to the usual navigation lights, check that the


other lights or marks were showed by your vessel
during the trip.

76.

Carry out the communication with other vessels to


combine maneuvers, supervised by a Chief Mate,
whenever necessary in English.

______/_______/______
Date

____________________________________

___________________________________

Instructors signature and stamp

Supervisors signature and stamp

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8. 3. NAVIGATION
PURPOSE
Show competence in the performance of the tasks related to the navigation.
Item

Concept

TASK

Satisfactory

77.

Trace the true headings in the nautical charts and


determine the corresponding magnetic and compass
headings. Update the magnetic declination value
indicated on the chart.

78.

Check the magnetic compass deviation through the


curve of deviation or of the azimuth book.

79.

Check the numbers of the nautical charts to be used in


the trip (long sections, medium sections, and short
sections), referring the catalogue of nautical charts.

80.

Prepare a table and curve of residual deviations, of the


ship magnetic compass, through comparison with the
gyro compass.

81.

Determine the error of the gyro compass through


alignment of two earth points perfectly defined.

82.

Frequently compare the headings of the gyro and


standard magnetic compasses, checking if the
difference between both compasses is consistent with
the values of the variation of the magnetic compass.

83.

Determine positions through visual markings of land


points, markings and radar distances or their
combinations.

84.

Determine the ships position through successive


markings of a same object, through the transport
process of the marking line.

85.

Determine the distance from the ship to the lighthouse


at the time where it floats or floods.

86.

Determine the distance that a lighthouse or noticeable


point will be abeam, using the Traub series.

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87.

Carry out the planning and the layout of the reverse


route of a section of the trip, indicating:
.1 coordinates of the waypoints (WPs);
.2 headings and distances between each point;
.3

duration of the course of each section, with the


ship's forecast speed;

.4 ETA in the several waypoints.


88.

Perform the reading of the anemometer and


anemoscope, with their information, determine the
elements of the actual wind.

89.

Visually observe the sea and classify, through the


Beaufort scale, the wind intensity and the sea state.

90.

Check the predominant winds and their intensity in the


vicinities of the entrance of the ports of call of the ship,
using the pilot-chart.

91.

Carry out the depth reading, using the echo sounder,


correcting the draught and tide ones (if it is the case).
Compare the found depth with the indication on the
chart (at least one a quarter).

92.

Check the high tide, low tide, amplitude and height of


the tide, to the day of arrival at the ports of calls, using
the Tide Table.

93.

Calculate the tide height to the time of arrival to the


ports of call.

94.

Measure the vertical angle with which a lighthouse with


known height will be viewed, and calculate the shiplighthouse distance, using the sextant (use the
auxiliary table).

95.

Determine the position using any available electronic


equipment (GPS, Radar, etc.).

96.

Use Arpa and follow-up at least three targets, checking


their heading, speeds, marks, distances, CPA and
TCPA.

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97.

Refer the Guide to:


.1 check the hazards at distance in the vicinities of
the ports of call;
.2 check the waypoint recommended to
approach and demand of the ports of call;

the

.3 check the resources of the ports of call.


98.

Determine the geographic reach of, at least, three


lighthouses viewed during the way, using the
approximate formula and compare the result with the
reaches obtained through the respective table.

99.

Refer the List of Radio Aids to check the call sign, work
hours and features of a beacon.

100.

Calculate the current elements in the several sections


of the waypoint, using the comparison process of the
estimated position with the observed one and the pilotchart. Upon the arrival, analyze the current charts of
the port, identifying the speeds and directions of
currents.

101.

Determine medium latitude, the latitude difference, the


longitude difference and the distancing in the longest
section of the waypoint.

102.

Using the estimated triangle formulas, calculate the


coordinates of three intermediate points (arrival) being
the departure point coordinates, the heading, and the
distance knwown.

103.

Check the time zones the ship may cross and the time
difference between the start and final ports, using the
Time Zones Chart.

104.

Daily calculate the HMG and HML, to the position of


the 1200 hours.

105.

Trace in the nautical charts of medium and great scale,


used in the crossing, the reaches of the main
lighthouses (regarding the height of the catwalk of your
ship), as well as indicate the respective visibility
sectors.

106.

Determine the ship position by the successive polar


marks of a same object, being the value of the second
mark the double of the first.

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107.

Calculate the ship speed in relation to the propeller


rotations (refer table of ships tactical data).

108.

Trace on the chart a hazard line (light the chart)


around an area, based on a depth equal to the ship
draught plus 15%, according to the safety navigation,
using the criteria of hazards sounds.

109.

Identify the beacon signals in the vicinities of a port


and access channel, checking if the IALA A or IALA
B system is adopted.

110.

Develop a waypoint in GPS, using all resources


available in the equipment.

111.

Compare the headings indicated in the gyro compass


and in GPS.

112.

Establish the charts to be used during the trip.

113.

Scan a short section of nautical chart.

114.

Check the possibility of using the raster charts.

115.

Get familiarized with the VMS (Voyager Management


System) controls and functions.

116.

Get familiarized with the ADG (Automatic Digital


Gyropilot) controls and functions.

117.

Analyze the differences between the steering modes


AUT, NAV and TRACK.

118.

Check the difference between the rudder angle indictor


and the rate of turn.

119.

Deploy the parallel indexation technique, in the radar.

120.

Being the ship sailing in a latitude superior to 15 N,


observe POLAR star and determine the ship latitude.

121.

Perform an observation of the sun azimuth with the gyro


compass at the sunrise or sunset and check the
compasses through the comparison of Rgi and Ra.

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77.

Forecast the legal time of sun observation to have a


longitude line, calculate the sun height at the cut
moment of the 1st vertical and determine the position.

78.

Forecast the legal time of Sun observation to have a


reduction line, calculate the height of the celestial body
at such a moment and determine the position.

79.

Forecast the legal time of Sun observation to have a


speed line, calculate the height of the celestial body at
such a moment and determine the position.

80.

Observe the Sun in the morning, obtaining a line, to


transport it to the meridian line, in order to obtain the
position of the ship at noon.

81.

Obtain the position through the observation of the


meridian passage of the Sun and transportation of the
morning line. Carry out the calculations to determine
the average travel and the days sail in the last 24
hours. Complete the noon bulletin, using the proper
template

82.

Obtain an astronomic point at the true noon to observe


three circumcenter heights of the Sun.

83.

Obtain an astronomic point through the concurrent


observation of Sun and Venus.

84.

Obtain an astronomic point through the


observation.

85.

Being the ship sailing in a latitude superior to 15 N,


observe POLAR star and determine the ship latitude.

86.

In a starred night, make an identification of the main


stars in relation to their zenith, use the Star Finder.

87.

Make the sky preparation and observe the selected


stars to obtain the ship position.

88.

Plot the lines on the plotting chart, determine the


position and make the correction to Precession and
Nutation.

Moon

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8.4. SHIP MANEUVER


PURPOSE
Show competence in the performance of the tasks related to the ship maneuver.
Item

Concept

TASK

Satisfactory

134.

Identify, with the assistance of the ships plans, if the


rudder time on board is:
.1 suspended or supported;
.2 ordinary, semi-compensated or compensated.

135.

Identify the propulsion system, checking:


.1 if it is of continuous or variable pitch;
.2 if it is of fixed or controllable pitch;
.3

if the propeller is left or right;

.4 the amount of the propulsion shafts.


136.

Locate the copy or reproduction of the crash stop


maneuver, identifying the following elements:
.1 initial speed;
.2 head reach;
.3 start heading difference;
.4 time required to stop.

137.

Locate the copy or reproduction of the turn curves of


the ship, in ballast, middle load, and full load
conditions, identifying the following elements:
.1 Initial speed;
.2 Tactical diameter;
.3 Progress;
.4 Distancing;
.5 Speed reduction at every 90.

138.

Make a table that relates the RPMs of the propelling


shaft with the ship speeds.

139.

Make the calculation to determine the true wind using


the maneuver maneuver compass.

140.

Check if the trend of your vessel is Sail close to or far


from the wind.
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141.

Participate in the catwalk an anchoring maneuver:


.1 checking the items written in the logbook upon
the anchoring;
.2 checking in the plotting chart of the iron position
on the bottom and analyzing the holding ability of
the place;
.3 checking the anchoring safety circle, and how the
radius of such circle was calculated;
.4 analyzing if the iron that was released has
respected the ships features of turning to BB or
BE when the machines are used behind.

142.

Participate on the bow of an anchoring maneuver:


.1 checking if the windlasses are powered;
.2 following the maneuver of letting the iron ready
to release;
.3 following the iron release maneuver
.4

learning how the number of fathoms were already


released;

.5 learning how it is known if the iron reached the


bottom;
.6 learning how the mooring cable is braked;
.7 learning how it is known if the ship docked by the
mooring cable.
143.

Participate in the catwalk a lifting maneuver:


.1 observing that measures were taken to lift the
iron;
.2 taking notes in the logbook related to the
maneuver.

144.

Participate on the bow of a lifting maneuver:


.1 observing that measures were taken to lift the
iron;
.2 checking the reason why water to the iron was
requested;
.3 checking the times when the following events
occur:
a) Iron at peak;
b) Iron at sight;
c) Iron by the hair;
d) Iron above.
.4

observing a maneuver of flapping the anchor


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chain.
145.

Participate in the catwalk of a mooring lifting


maneuver:
.1 checking what items are written in rhe log book;
.2 observing what procedures are adopted in the
catwalk, including the preparation in advance of
the engine room, steering gear, and oil
replacement;
.3 learning to use the bowthruster.

146.

Participate in the catwalk of an undocking maneuver:


.1 checking what items are written in rhe log book;
.2 observing what procedures were adopted in the
catwalk, including the preparation of the engine
room in advance,
.3 learning to use the bowthruster.

147.

Participate in the bow, of mooring and anchoring


maneuver:
.1 checking the arrangements of the shielded cables,
winches, horns, warping chocks, fairleads, etc.;
.2 observing the sequence of passage of the shielded
cables that are used to the mooring;
.3 following the procedures of how snatching a
shielded cable and perform the turn in the bollard;
.4 checking at the end of the mooring, how many
shielded cables were in the reel and how many
were with turn in the bollards;
.5 observe the positioning of the tugs used in the
maneuver.

148.

Participate in the bow, of the undocking maneuver:


.1 checking the arrangements of the shielded cables,
winches, horns, warping chocks, fairleads, etc.;
.2 checking the sequence of slacking the shielded
cables used in the mooring;
.3 observing the procedures of how snatching a
shielded cable to place it on the winch shell or
windlass;
.4 checking that shielded cables were released at last
and if the ship maneuvered, therefore, by one of
them;
.5 checking the positioning of the tugs used in the
maneuver.
.6 observing the positioning of the tugs used in the
maneuver.

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149.

Participate in the bow, of mooring and anchoring


maneuver:
.1 checking the arrangements of the shielded cables,
winches, horns, warping chocks, fairleads, etc.;
.2 listing the sequence of passage of the shielded
cables used to the mooring;
.3 observing the procedures of how snatching a
shielded cable and perform the turn in the bollard;
.4 checking, at the end of the mooring, how many
shielded cables were in the reel and how many
were in the bollards;
.5 checking the positioning of the tug used in the
maneuver.
.6 checking if there was need of using the iron in the
docking maneuver.

150.

Follow-up in the bow, the undocking maneuver:


.1 checking the arrangements of the shielded cables,
winches, horns, warping chocks, fairleads, etc.;
.2 checking the sequence of slacking the shielded
cables used in the mooring;
.3 observing the procedures of how snatching a
shielded cable to place it on the windlass shell;
.4 checking that shielded cables were released at last
and if the ship maneuvered, therefore, by one of
them;
.5 checking the positioning of the tugs used in the
maneuver.
.6 checking if there was assistance of the iron during
the maneuver.

151.

Check, if it is the case, the measures taken to diminish


the effects of bad weather, on the vessel.

152.

Check, if it is the case, the measures taken to navigate


on the ice with the maximum of safety.

153.

Check, if it is the case, the experience of being


escorted by an icebreaker boat.

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154.

Check, if it is the case, the experience of a mooring on


a buoy, FPSO or FSO:
- checking as the approach occurs;
checking how the bow was found at the end of
the approach and at what speed it occurred.

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8.5. COMMUNICATIONS
PURPOSE
Show competence in the performance of the tasks related to the communications.
Item

Concept

TASK

Satisfactory

155.

Use the International Signal Code to simulate the


signaling methods by flags, flash, sound, and traffic
lights.

156.

Identify the flag rules.

157.

Check how to use the daylight, by supply of the


catwalk and the battery.

158.

Deploy, under supervision, the radiotelephony service,


using the Standard Vocabulary of Maritime Navigation.

159.

Check how to activate the auromatic alarm signal of


the radiotelephony.

160.

Use the International Signal Code to practice coding


and decoding.

161.

Acknowledge the presentation of an answer of a radar


transponder (SART).

162.

Identify an operation license of the radio station and its


items.

163.

Check how to activate an SOS call automatically,


through the INMARSAT and DSC equipment.

164.

Check how to prepare the NAVTEX receiver in the


placement of paper and selection of messages.

165.

Check how to perform an SOS call write an SOS


message re-send an SOS message, - give SOS
receipt by the board equipment (onshore and satellite
communication) and how to perform search plans,
according to the publication IAMSAR VOL III.

166.

Handle the publication IAMSAR VOL III, especially


how to take part of an SOS traffic and make search
plans.

167.

Identify the antennas, the wave guides and the


couplers of the board communication equipment, as
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well as the reserve power supplies.


168.

Follow-up the procedures of assembly and issuance of


the messages that compose the several information
systems of the maritime traffic.

169.

Check how the communication ligh of the top of the


main mast is activated.

170.

Follow-up the maintenance procedures of the batteries


that supply the communication equipment of the
catwalk.

171.

Check the maximum reach of the VHF equipment with


other ships and Coast Stations.

172.

Identify the antenna and transmission line of the VHF


equipment.

173.

Check the conservation state of the antenna and


transmission line of the VHF equipment.

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8.6. METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY


PURPOSE
Show competence in the performance of the tasks related to the meteorology and
oceanography.
Item

Concept

TASK

Satisfactory

174.

Perform barometric readings and describe through the


barometric trend, the conditions of the weather state in
the occasion

175.

Identify, through temperature readings of the dry air,


the wet air, and sea water, the relative air humidity and
the conditions suitable to fog formation.

176.

Identify, through observation of the type of sky cover,


the indications of conditions suitable to the
establishment of the severe sea state.

177.

Analyze the weather routing charts, identifying:


.1 direction and intensity of the wind;
.2 sky cover;
.3 areas with conditions suitable to the occurrence
of state of severe sea.

178.

Analyze the meteorological satellite images, in the


infrared channel, identifying the conditions of the
weather state.

179.

Identify the practical rule for determination of the ship


position in relation to the route of a hurricane, following
the behavior of the variation of the wind direction.

180.

Identify the rules for ship maneuvers in the vicinities of


a tropical storm, in HN and in HS.

181.

In region of hurricane occurrence, identify the forecast


deviation from its route.

182.

Identify the variation of the meteorological parameters


in the phase of approaching and passage of a cold
front and hot front.

183.

Correctly observe the meteorological elements, record


the data obtained and organize the ship messages
(model DHN-5934).

184.

Check the records of ballast water, in compliance with


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NORMAM-20.
185.

Identify the entrance of the ship into zones where there


is prohibilition of discharge of dirty ballast or other
residues.

186.

Calculate the period most favorable to the entrance


and exit to/from the port considering the variation of
the local tide, the draught, and minimum depth of the
nautical chart.

187.

Analyze the weather routing charts of an area during


48 hours, and check the existence of conditions
suitable to the establishment of an area generating
waves.

188.

Estimate the wave length in relation to the ship length,


its propagation direction, and its period.

189.

Identify indications of ice presence, when navigating in


high latitudes.

190.

Identify the name of the oceanic currents in both


hemispheres, which may affect its navigation.

191.

Analyze a pilot chart, and identify:


.1 oceanic current (direction and intensity);
.2 prevailing wind (direction, intensity, and
frequence);
.3 frequency of waves with height of 8 ft. and 12 ft.
.4 frequency of gales;
.5 limits of occurrence of iceberg and Pack-Ice; and
.6 record of hurricane occurrence.

192.

Record the occurrences of significant meteorological


phenomena and the performed exiting maneuvers.

193.

Record the waypoint sections where the state of


severe sea was observed and, upon analysis of the
weather routing charts received before, during, and
after the phenomenon occurrence, comment the
meteorological and oceanographic reasons and
aspects that caused such situations.
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PURPOSE
Show competence in the performance of the tasks related to the deck.
Item

Concept

TASK

Satisfactory

194.

Follow the Chief Mate in the distribution of the


conservation works of the deck.

195.

Follow the Boatswain in the works of deck treatment


and painting.

196.

Know in the Boatswains room the several equipment


used to the plate treatment works.

197.

Know in the Boatswains room the several types of


paints used to the conservation of the deck,
superstructure, side, etc.

198.

Know the several types of shielded cables and cables


used in the deck works.

199.

Know the tug cable, identifying the type of cable,


length and rupture load.

200.

Know the anchor chain store, identifying the chain pipe


and the hawse block.

201.

Identify in the windlass, the Barbotin crown, brake,


wildcat, etc.

202.

Identify in the anchor chain, the anchor chain length,


marking of the fathoms, and how its conservation is
made.

203.

Identify the type of iron, swivel, shackle, etc.

204.

Identify the anchor buoys.

205.

Identify on the deck: horns, bollards, warping chocks,


fairleads, returns, eyelets, etc.

206.

Identify on the deck: false board, handrail, hatch


coamings, cofferdams, scuttle, etc.

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207.

Identify on the deck: ventilation and extraction system,


tank domes, points of sounding of the holds, load
tanks, ballast tanks, oil tanks, etc.

208.

Identify the deck operation equipment: crane, gin pole,


winch, etc.

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8.8. MACHINERY
8.8.1 DRIVING ENGINE

Item

Concept

TASK

satisfactory

209.

Follow the local and remote start-up of the main


engine.

210.

Know the fuel oil purifying system.

211.

Know the lube oil purifying system.

212.

Know the cooling system of the main engine.

8.2
213.
214.

8.3
215.

POWER GENERATION SYSTEM


Follow the procedures of placement of generators on
bar and in parallel/synchronism with another.
Follow the start-up system of the main and
emergency generators.
AUXILIARY MACHINERY
Know the septic tank systems.

216.

Know the potable water generation and treatment


systems.

217.

Know the air conditioning systems.

218.

Know the systems of the provision cold chambers.

219.

Know the load cold systems.

220.

Know the steam generating systems.

221.

Know the bilge system of the Engine Room.

222.

Know the working of the systems of load and ballast


pumps.

8.4
223.

STEERING SYSTEM

Know the operation flow chart of the steering gear


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system.
224.
8.5
225.

Know how to proceed to the emergency steering of


the steering gear.
ENGINE CONTROL ROOM (CCM)
Know how to operate the several equipment of the
engine room from the CCM.

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8.9. FAMILIARIZATION WITH AUTOMATION

Item

Concept

TASK

Satisfactor Unsatisfactor
y
y

225.

Locate
the
remote
automatic
emergency
command/control stations of the equipment of the
engine room.

226.

Identify the models and the components of the remote


automatic emergency command/control systems.

227.

Get instructed of how and when the remote automatic


emergency command/control systems of the
equipment of the engine room.

228.

Locate and identify the level, pressure, and


temperature indicators and sensors of all ships tanks.

229.

Identify the model/type and the components of the


automatic ballast/deballast control system.

230.

Identify the model/type and the components of the


automatic bilge control system.

231.

Identify the model/type and the components of the


automatic control system of the centrifuge separators.

232.

Identify the model/type of the components of the


automatic control system of the pumps, compressors,
and distiller.

233.

Locate and identify the pressure, flow, and


temperature indicators and sensors installed on the
pumps and pipelines of the several "systems" of the
ship.

234.

Locate and identify the salt meter installed in the


distiller

235.

Identify the model/type and the components of the


automatic control system of the propelling engine.

236.

Locate and identify the pressure, flow, level, and


temperature indicators and sensors installed on the
propelling engine.

237.

Locate and identify the mist sensor (gravine).

238.

Identify the control system of the generators

239.

Identify the types and the components of the automatic


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command/control systems of the other electric engines


of the ship.
240.

Locate and identify the indicators and sensors of


electric measures (voltage, current, frequency, etc.).

241.

Identify the model/type and the components of the


automatic control system of the boilers.

242.

Locate and identify the pressure, flow, level, and


temperature indicators and sensors installed on the
boilers.

243.

Locate and identify the model/type and the


components of the automatic control system of the
cooling and air conditioning system.

244.

Locate and identify the pressure, flow, level, and


temperature indicators and sensors installed on the
cooling and air conditioning systems.

245.

Locate and identify the model/type and the


components of the automatic control system of the
steering system.

246.

Locate and identify the sensors deployed in the


steering system.

247.

Locate and identify the model/type and the


components of the automatic control system of the
docking system.

248.

Locate and identify the components of the automatic


control system of the weight lifting equipment.

249.

Locate and identify the sensors deployed in the


docking and weight lifting systems.

250.

Get instruced on how to operate (monitor) the ship


through the automatic control systems (supervision
systems)

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8.10. LOAD OPERATIONS OIL TANKERS


PURPOSE
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Show competence in the performance of the tasks related to the operations of the oil
tankers.
Item

Concept

TASK

Satisfactory

251.

Identify the details of the type of ship where you are


boarded.

252.

Read and understand the International Safety Guide


for Oil Tankers and Terminals (ISGOTT).

253.

Read the ships Operation Manual.

254.

Check the available certificates related to the load


operations of the ship highlighting the IOPP.

255.

Learn to make the planning of the loading and


unloading. Make a loading plan with the stability and
effort data found in the Loadmaster, trace the stability
curve.

256.

Follow meetings between the representatives of the


ship and terminal, before the start of the loading and
unloading operations.

257.

Check the items required to the prevention of the


pollution, such as,
-

Plugged scuppers;

Isolated collecting trays;

Absorbing materials made available;

Sea valves closed and sealed;

Blind flanges placed in the load plugs that are not


used;

Periodic inspection on the ship boards;

Verification of possible leakages in the connections


and in the load nets on the deck; and

- Other relevant items


258.

Follow the representatives of the ship and of the


terminal during a joint inspection to fill in the
Ship/Onshore Safety Checklist.

259.

Follow an inspection performed by the terminal, to


approval of the load tanks that will receive the
scheduled products.
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260.

Follow the responsible Officer during the ballast


movement operations.

261.

Follow the responsible Officer, before the start of the


loading and unloading, in the preparatory works to the
alignment of nets, valve operations, connections and
disconnections of oversleeves or loading arms,
sampling takes, etc.

262.

Follow
the
responsible
Officer
during
the
measurements of the load and ballast tanks, water
sounding, temperature, pressure, and inert gas
measures, etc.

263.

Follow in the Load Control Center and on the Main


Deck, the several operations that occur during the
handling of the loads and of ballast.

264.

Follow the responsible Officer during the calculations


for the determination of the loaded and/or unloaded
quantities. Make a full calculation of loading and one of
unloading using the tables available to the calculation.

265.

Know the load documentation changed between the


ship and the terminal in the loading and unloading
operations.

266.

Know the working of the Inert Gas System of the ship


and operations performed onboard that use such
system.

267.

Follow the responsible Officer during a


operation, observing details of this operation.

268.

Check the load heating system equipped on the ship


and how they are used.

269.

Follow the cleaning operations of the load tanks,


inertization, purge, and degaseification that occur on
the ship.

270.

Follow the responsible Officer during the ballast


movement operations.

271.

Check the writing of the Oil Record Book, in the


several operations performed onboard.

272.

Know the procedures to the entrance in confined


compartments using the check list.

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273.

Follow and know the operations with the ballast


monitor and with the oil/water detector and interface.

274.

Identify the personal protective and collective


protective equipment that are used in the load and
ballast operations.

275.

Know the certificates of gas free for men and free for
fire.

276.

Locate and test, with the supervision of the responsible


Officer, the emergency stops related to the operations
with the load and with the ballast.

277.

Use the several portable and fixed instruments


equipped onboard that are intended to measure the
atmosphere in a load tank and other compartments or
areas of the ship.

278.

Check other operations performed on the ship that are


not forecast in the items above.

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8.11. LOAD OPERATIONS CHEMICAL TANKERS


PURPOSE
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Show competence in the performance of the tasks related to the operations of the
chemical tankers.
Item

Concept

TASK

Satisfactory

279.

Identify the details of the type of chemical tanker


where you are boarded.

280.

Locate and interpret the publications BCH and IBC


Codes existing onboard.

281.

Read the ships Operation Manual.

282.

Check the several certificates available an related to


the chemical tanker highlighting the Compliance
Certificate and its annex.

283.

Learn to make the loading and unloading planning


considering the consistency between the loads, tank
coatings, and the type of ship, as well as with the
unloading operations at the subsequent ports. Make a
loading plan with the stability and effort data found in
the Loadmaster, trace the stability curve.

284.

Follow meetings between the representatives of the


ship and terminal, before the start of the loading and
unloading operations.

285.

Check the items required to the prevention of the


pollution, such as,
.1 Plugged scuppers;
.2 Isolated collecting trays;
.3 Absorbing materials made available;
.4 Sea valves closed and sealed;
.5 Blind flanges placed in the load plugs that are not
used;
.6 Periodic inspection on the ship boards;
.7 Verification of possible leakages in the
connections and in the load nets on the deck;
and
.8 Other relevant items.

286.

Follow the representatives of the ship and of the


terminal during a joint inspection to fill in the
Ship/Onshore Safety Checklist.

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287.

Follow an inspection performed by the terminal, to


approval of the load tanks that will receive the
scheduled products. Check if test were performed
(chloride, hydrocarbons, etc.) to release the operations
with loads.

288.

Follow the responsible Officer during the ballast


movement operations (ballasting and/or deballasting).

289.

Follow the responsible Officer, before the start of the


loading and unloading, in the preparatory works to the
alignment of nets, valve operations, connections and
disconnections of oversleeves/loading arms, sampling
takes, etc.

290.

Follow
the
responsible
Officer
during
the
measurements of the load and ballast tanks, water,
temperature, bedding pressure (if any) measures, etc.

291.

Follow in the Load Control Center and on the Main


Deck, the several operations that occur during the load
handling (loading and/or unloading), ballast, tank
cleaning, purge, and degaseification.

292.

Follow the responsible Officer during the calculations


for the determination of the loaded and/or unloaded
quantities. Present a full calculation of loading and one
of unloading using the tables available to the
calculation.

293.

Know the load documentation changed between the


ship and the terminal in the loading and unloading
operations. If any product is inhibited, check if the
inhibition certificate of such product was provided.

294.

Know the working of the Inert Gas and/or Dry Air


Systems of the ship and operations performed
onboard that use such systems.

295.

Check and describe the Load Heating Systems


equipped on the ship and how they are used.

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296.

Follow the cleaning operations of the load tanks,


inertization, purge, and degaseification that occur on
the ship.

297.

Follow the responsible Officer during the ballast


movement operations.

298.

Check the writing of the Load Record Book and the Oil
Record Book in the several operations performed
onboard.

299.

Know the procedures to the entrance in confined


compartments using the check list.

300.

If the ship is classified as Chem & Oil Tkr., follow-up


and know the operations with the ballast monitor and
with the water/oil interface detector.

301.

Locate the ships Safety Plan. Identify the equipment


existing in the said plan with emphasis in those of
personal and collective protective ones that shall be
used in the operations with the load.

302.

Check with the responsible Officer how the level


measurement system of the load tanks and their
alarms work.

303.

Check, locate, and describe how the emergency stop


system works related to the ship operations.

304.

Identify
the
locations
of the
discontamination and the eye-wash.

305.

Check the working of the several portable and fixed


instruments equipped onboard that are intended to
measure the atmosphere in a load tank and other
compartments or areas of the ship.

306.

Know the certificates for gas free for men and free for
fire.

307.

Check the other operations performed on the ship that


are not forecast in the items above.

showers

to

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8.12. LOAD OPERATIONS LIQUEFIED GAS TANKERS


PURPOSE
Show competence in the performance of the tasks related to the operations of the liquefied
gas tankers.
Item

Concept

TASK

Satisfactory

308. Identify the details of the type of liquefied gas tanker


where you are boarded.
309. Locate and interpret the publications GC and IGC
Codes existing onboard. In the event the ship is
classified to transport gases/chemical substances, also
know the BCH and IBC Codes.
310. Read the ships Operation Manual.
311. Check the several certificates available an related to
the chemical tanker highlighting the Compliance
Certificate and its annex.
312. Learn to make the loading and unloading planning
considering the consistencies between the loads, and
the type of ship, as well as with the unloading
operations at the subsequent ports. Make a loading
plan with the stability and effort data found in the
Loadmaster, trace the stability curve.
313. Follow meetings between the representatives of the
ship and terminal, before the start of the loading and
unloading operations.
314. Check the items required to the prevention of the
pollution, such as,
.1 Plugged scuppers;
.2 Isolated collecting trays;
.3 Absorbing materials made available;
.4 Sea valves closed and sealed;
.5 Blind flanges placed in the load plugs that are not
used;
.6 Periodic inspection on the ship boards;
.7 Verification of possible leakages in the
connections and in the load nets on the deck;
and
.8 Other relevant items.
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315. Follow the representatives of the ship and of the


terminal during a joint inspection to fill in the
Ship/Onshore Safety Checklist.
316. Follow an inspection performed by the terminal, to
approval of the load tanks that will receive the
scheduled products. Check if test were performed
(chloride, hydrocarbons, etc.) to release the operations
with loads.
317. Follow the responsible Officer during the ballast
movement operations (ballasting and/or deballasting).
318. Follow the responsible Officer, before the start of the
loading and unloading, in the preparatory works to the
alignment of nets, valve operations, connections and
disconnections of oversleeves/loading arms, sampling
takes, etc.
319. Follow
the
responsible
Officer
during
the
measurements of the load and ballast tanks, water,
temperature, and tank pressures measures, etc.
320. Follow in the Load Control Center and on the Main
Deck, the several operations that occur during the load
handling (loading and/or unloading), ballast (ballasting
and deballasting), tank cleaning, inertization, purge,
cooling of the tanks and associated pipelines,
degaseification, etc.
321. Follow the responsible Officer during the calculations
for the determination of the loaded and/or unloaded
quantities. Make a full calculation of loading and one of
unloading using the tables available to the calculation.
322. Know the load documentation changed between the
ship and the terminal in the loading and unloading
operations. If the product to be loaded is inhibited,
check if the Load Inhibition Certificate was provided.
323. Know the working of the Inert Gas System of the ship
and describe the operations performed onboard that
use such system.

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324. Follow-up the writing of the Load Record Book if the


ship carries chemical gases.
325. Know the records of the performed operations that are
requirements of the Annex II of MARPOL.
326. Know the procedures to the entrance in confined
compartments.
327. Locate the ships Safety Plan, identifying the
equipment existing in the said plan with emphasis on
those of personal and collective protective ones
equipped on the ship.
328. Follow-up and learn with the responsible Officer how
the level measurement system of the load tanks and
their alarms work.
329. Check how the Re-liquefaction Plant of the ship with
details on their main components, such as:
compressors, condensers, vaporizers, etc.
330. Check how the Water Splash System that protects the
whole load area and the accommodations works.
331. Locate and check how the Emergency Stop System
related to the ships operations works.
332. Identify the location of the showers to decontamination
and the eye-wash.
333. Locate the several portable and fixed instruments
existing onboard that are intended to measure the
atmospheres of the load tanks and other
compartments of the ship.
334. Check the certificates for gas free for men and free for
fire.
335. Know in details other operations performed on the ship
that are not forecast in the items above.

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8.13. LOAD OPERATIONS BULK CARRIERS


PURPOSE
Show competence in the performance of the tasks related to the operations of the bulk
carriers.
Item

Concept

TASK

Satisfactory

335. Specify the class of the bulk carrier where the


internship period on sea is being performed.
336. Locate and interpret the codes: Grain Code, BC Code,
and IACS-97 Code.
337. Identify the items that are complied with upon the
cleaning of the load holds.
338. Check the inspection work in the holds, before the start
of the load operation.
339. Check the items that shall be complied with to the
loading planning.
340. Check the filling in of the forms of the National Cargo
Bureau used in the grain loading.
341. Take part in the work of draft survey and filling in of the
form, when calculating the constant of the ship and the
weight of the boarded load.
342. Prepare a dynamic stability curve, after a shipment of
grains and ore, checking of the IMO criteria are being
complied with.
343. Make a detailed definitive plan of a bulk carrier.
344. Perform the calculations of GM and draughts at the
end of a loading.
345. Analitically calculate the quantities of load that shall be
boarded in two holds and, respective draughts to let
the ship Even Keel and with a positive compass.
346. Perform the calculations of the final draughts upon the
trimming, using the compass diagram.
347. Use the Loadmaster to calculate the efforts on the ship

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348. Follow the Officer on duty in the supervision of loading


and unloading.
349. Check the load documents during the loading of grains
and ore.
350. Check the operational plans and the stability notebook.
351. Check what the lying angle of the bulk to be boarded.
352. Identify the trimming method upon a loading of grains.
353. Follow the Boatswain in the sounding of the fuel oil,
water, ballast tanks, and pits of the tanks.
354. Follow-up a deballast operation of the high tanks.
355. Perform the calculations of the draughts upon the
receipt of bunker, water or ballast operation, using the
compass diagram.
356. Check the quantity of longshoremen that operate in the
load holds, and separate workers observing the
composition of each shift during the loading.
357. Identify the items that are complied with to the
entrance in a confined compartment.
358. Identify the instruments that are used in the
measurement of the atmosphere in a tank or load hold
of an O/O or OBO ship.
359. Check the minimum value of the GM allowed by IMO
in the ore, grain, and neo-bulk loadings.
360. Perform the calculations of the structural longitudinal
efforts and check if the ship is bent, counter-bent.
361. Perform the calculations of the GM and final draughts
on the bulk carrier when performing a neo-bulk
loading.
362. Perform the calculations of the maximum load height in
the holds taking into account the PA and FE during an
iron and steel product loading.
363. Check the dunnage, cargo securing, and support upon
the stowage of neo-bulk.
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364. Trace the static stability curve after the boarding of


neo-bulk and analyze its parameters according to the
graphic.
365. Analyze the dynamic stability when the neo-bulk
loading is performed, and check if it meets IMO
criteria.
366. Check the writing of the Oil Record Book.

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8.14. LOAD OPERATIONS CONTAINER CARRIERS


PURPOSE
Show competence in the performance of the tasks related to the operations of the
container carriers.
Item

Concept

TASK

Satisfactor Unsatisfactor
y
y

367. Check the locations of bays and the intake of the full
container ship.
368. Identify the bays intended to the boarding of IMO class
containers.
369. Identify the bays intended to the boarding of
integrated, isolated, and with genset unit containers.
370. Identify the items that are complied with in the loading
planning of the containers.
371. Analyze an inspection report of the load holds,
mentioning the found irregularities.
372. Check a report of the hold cleanng, after the unloading
of the ship.
373. Follow-up the preparation work of the ship load
devices.
374. Follow-up the work of opening of the load holds.
375. Follow the officer on duty in the supervision of a
loading of the ship.
376. Follow the Chief Mate in the pre-plan preparation.
377. Follow the Chief Mate in the master-plan preparation.
378. Check the detailed load plan of the containers
containing hazardous merchandise.
379. Follow-up the load securing works of the containers.
380. Identify the materials used in the container load
securing.
381. Check the load documents: mate's receipt load list,
cargo manifest, bill of landing, load adjustment, protest
letter, statement of facts, container damage report,
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hazard load special manifest, container negative list


and container breakdown.
382. Check the calculations of GM and final draughts upon
a loading.
383. Check the calculations for the determination of the
draughts, using the compass plan, after the receipt of
bunker and/or water.
384. Check the Free Board certificate.
385. Follow-up a ballast transfer maneuver, using the AntiHeeling Tank.
386. Check the ship stability notebook.
387. Check the calculations of the corrected metacentric
height of the effect of the free surface, upon the arrival
to a port of call, considering the consumption of fuel oil
and water between two ports.
388. Check the static stability curve at the end of a loading
and analyze its parameters checking if it meets IMO
criteria to intact stability to the ship of this class.
389. Analyze the dynamic stability and check if the ship
complies with all requirements according to IMO
criteria.
390. Check the stowage of the containers reefers and the
temperature indicators.
391. Identify the cooling plants with their respective plugs.
392. Check the items that are complied with to the
preparation of the ship unloading.
393. Calculate the structural longitudinal and torsion efforts,
using the Loadmaster or PC.
394. Follow the Boatswain in the sounding of the water,
ballast tanks, and pits of the tanks.
395. Check the items that shall be complied with upon the
entrance in a confined environment.
396. Identify the instruments used in the atmosphere
measurement of a confined environment.
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397. Check the occurrence of a damage to the load.


398. Identify the copy of a container damage report.

399. Check the spreader type used in the load operations.


400. Identify the types of equipment used in the load
operation in TECON.
401. Follow-up the writing of the Oil Record Book.
402. Follow-up the writing of the Cargo Gear Book.
403. Check the items that are complied with during the
boarding and transportation of the cold containers.
404. Check the minimum value of GM allowed by IMO and
by other port authorities to the full container ship class.
405. Identify the maximum value of GM that meets the
container load securing plan to avoid the excess of
stability.
406. Identify the maximum transversal and longitudinal
inclination angles allowed to the stowage operation of
the containers in the cell guides.
407. Check the quantity of longshoremen that operate in
each circuit, the number of separate employees and
the number of movements per hour in each hold.

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8.15. LOAD OPERATIONS ROLL/ON ROL/OFF MULTIPURPOSE


SHIP
PURPOSE
Show competence in the performance of the tasks related to the operations with the roll/on
roll/off multipurpose ships.
Item

Concept

TASK

Satisfactor Unsatisfactor
y
y

408. Check the class of the Roll on/Roll off ship where the
internship period on sea is being performed.
409. Identify the free board certificate, the plans: capacity,
general arrangement, compass, crossed curves,
hydrostatic curves (hydrostatic data table), docking,
plating extension, stability notebook, and stowate
arrangement of rolling loads and containers.
410. Identify the typs of external and internal ramps.
411. Check the items that are complied with in the loading
planning.
412. Analyze an inspection report of the load
compartments, identifying the found irregularities.
413. Analyze a cleaning report of the load compartments,
after the discharge operation.
414. Check the documents used in the load operations of
the ship.
415. Follow-up the work of preparation of the load
equipment.
416. Follow-up the elaboration of the preliminary plan.
417. Follow the Officer on duty in the supervision of loading
and unloading operations.
418. Follow-up the elaboration of the detailed definitive load
plan.
419. Check the load documents used in the ship loading.
420. Check the quantity of longshoremen that operate in the
load compartments, of the separate workers and
mention the composition of each circuit during the
loading.
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421. Identify a detaild definitive load plan of hazard loads


and documents required to the transportation of such
loads.
422. Follow-up the operations of dunnage, load securing,
and support of the boarded general load.
423. Follow-up the load securing works of the rolling loads.
424. Follow-up the container securing operations.
425. Identify the materials used in the container load
securing.
426. Identify the materials used in the securing of the rolling
loads.
427. Check the minimum value of GM allowed by IMO and
the maximum value of GM for this ship class.
428. Identify the calculations of GM and final draughts at
the end of the loading. .
429. Identify the static stability curve at the end of a loading
and analyze if the parameters meet IMO criteria to
euch ship class.
430. Check the dynamic stability calculations and analyze if
the parameters meet IMO criteria to this ship class.
431. Follow-up a ballast operation of the double bottom
tanks.
432. Check the calculations of the draughts after the
boarding of: bunker, water, and ballast, using the
compass plan.
433. Analyze the calculations of the structural longitudinal
efforts at the end of the loading.
434. Calculate the structural longitudinal efforts using the
loadmaster or PC.
435. Follow-up a ballast transfer maneuver, using the AntiHeeling Tank.
436. Calculate the corrected metacentric height of the effect
of the free surface, upon the arrival at a port of call,
considering the consumption of fuel oil and water
between two ports.
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437. Refer the IMDG Code to identify


merchandise that shall be boarded.

the

hazard

438. Check the stowage of the integrated containers.


439.

Check the stowage plan of the integrated containers.

440. Check the occurrence of a damage to the load.


441. Identify the damage report document.
442.

Check the items that are complied with to the


preparation of the ship unloading.

443. Follow-up the maneuvers of opening and closing


operations of the external ramp.
444. Follow-up the maneuvers of movement operations of
the car decks.
445. Follow the Boatswain in the sounding of the water,
ballast tanks, and pit.
446. Follow-up the writing of the Oil Record Book.
447. Identify the items that are complied with to the
entrance in a confined compartment.
448. Check the instruments used in the atmosphere
measurement of a confined environment.
449. Identify the cares that shall be taken with the external
ramp.
450. Identify the maximum angles of the transversal and
longitudinal inclinations, allowed to operation of the
external ramp.

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8.16. TUGBOAT OPERATIONS - OFFSHORE


PURPOSE
Show competence in the performance of the tasks related to the offshore operations.
8.16.1 SUPPLY
Item

Concept

TASK

Satisfactor Unsatisfactor
y
y

451. Follow-up the preparation of the load plan before the


start of the loading docked.
452. Check the units to be assisted and analyze if the
positions of the loads in the load plan are proper to the
optimization of the delivery operation.
453. Check the load securing before exiting the port.
454. Contact the units to inform ETA and type of operation
to be performed, including type and weight of the
loads.
455. Maintain contact via VHF during the operations.
456. Follow-up the communications with the onshore sector
responsible for the operations.

8.16.2 AHTS
457. Follow-up the procedures of approaching the rig.
458. Check the positioning of the several winches,
windlasses, captains, and crowns on board, as well as
the maneuver to connect and disconnect.
459. Check the several types of links, chains, and cables used
in the several operations.
460. Follow-up a connection maneuver of rig to tug and check
the required procedures during the tug of vessels.

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461. Follow-up the launching and the recovery of anchors and


buoys during an operation of anchor handling, as well as
check their positioning.

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WORK TO BE PRESENTED AT THE END OF PREST


1.

SAFETY
1.1 - Relate the care and procedures for safe entry into closed compartments..
1.2- Name the procedures for testing and use of the following equipment:
oximeter, explosimeter, tankscope and toximeter.
1.3- List the security procedures which should be adopted before the arrival of the
vessel at port/terminal.
1.4- Describe safety procedures with the vessel at port/terminal.
1.5- List the security procedures which should be adopted before the departure of
the vessel at port/terminal
1.6- Describe the safety management system of your vessel.
2.

SAFETY OF LIFE AT SEA

2.1- SEA Describe the work of launching the lifeboat in water, mentioning the
care with the plugs, davits, winches, gears, etc., and how to put them in their
original place.
2.2- Describe the use of pyrotechnics and the smokers, describe the amount of
each type of rocket on board and the locations where they are stored.
2.3Describe how to use the EPIRB e o SART in vessel
their importance for the safety of the crew s.
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for survival and

2.4- Describe the procedures for starting the engine of a RESCUE VESSEL.
2.5- Relate the steps to launching an life line, using the "throwing appliance"
of the vessel.
2.6- Describe the procedures for launching an inflatable raft, including with use of
davit, if available in the vessel.
2.7- Describe the procedures to launch and collect a rescue vessel
2.8- Describe the procedures that must be taken by the officer in the event of
"man overboard"..
2.9- Describe an abandonment exercise held aboard.
2.10- Describe the safety procedures in case of bad weather.
3.

Firefighting and prevention

3.1-

Refer to the Security Plan of the vessel and relate all extinguishers on board,
mentioning: type, class of fire, where they are used, extinguishing agent,
propellant and expiry date.

3.2-

Describe how to operate the water, foam, CO2, dry chemical fire extinguishers.

3.3-

Describe the procedures to activate the fixed CO2 system, mentioning its main
components.

3.4-

List the procedures for using the mask with air supply.

3.5- Describe a fire fighting exercise, held on board.


3.6-

Describe the operation of fixed foam system, mentioning the main components.

3.7-

Describe the procedures for operating the emergency fire pump.

3.8-

describe the procedures to operate the fire emergency pump.

3.9-

Describe the fire detection systems used on ships.

3.10- describe the firefighter equipment found on board.


3.11- describe the risks that static electricity can cause to your vessel and what are
the safety procedures that must be observed to neutralize them.
3.12- describe the existing equipment on board to control the effects of static electricity.
3.13- Describe the amount and usefulness of existing international Connections
onboard and the locations where they are fixed.
3.14- identify the locations where the Security Plans are fixed, including the details in
the event of support to the vessel by the Firefighters
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4.

ARTE NAVAL

4.1-

Describe the mooring routine, mentioning the order of the bridge to the bow
with respect to anchors, anchor chains and windlass.

4.2-

Describe the routine to lie alongside, use of winches, mooring cables etc.
Make a sketch of the bow and the stern, showing the positions of chocks,
fairleaders and pinion gears.
4.3- Describe the procedures that must be taken in the event of towage and make
a drawing of the towing device and its components.
4.4- Describe the starting procedures of the loading operation: hatchway opening ,
crane operation, preparation of cargo nets and cargo pumps.
4.5- Describe the procedures to make the treatment and painting the deck and the hull
of the vessel.
4.6- Describe the characteristics of the cargo space in your vessel: hatchway type,
tanks lining etc.
4.7- Describe the procedures to verify the tightness and buoyancy of the vessel.
5.

ROOM SERVICE

5.1-

Describe the information that are exchanged, usually, during the


passage of the deck officer.

5.2- List the recommended procedures, when navigating with restricted


visibility..
5.3- Describe the situations in which the officer must immediately notify the
captain.
5.4-

Relate the duties of deck officer, when pilot boarding under normal
conditions and by helicopter.

5.5- Relate the procedures for the deck officer, when navigating with the pilot
aboard.
5.6-

Relate the procedures of the deck officer, with the vessel at mooring..

5.7-

Relate the deck Officer procedures before departure of the vessel.

5.8-

Relate the deck officer procedures with the moored vessel, related to the
tying and the operation of the vessel.

5.9-

Relate at least ten terms or phrases of standard terminology (in


English), used in docking maneuvers, unmooring and anchoring.

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5.10-

6.

Produce a copy of the Logbook bookkeeping, including at least a


quarter of 0800 to 1200 hours on trip, followed by "daily map" with the
voyage meteorological observations and data. Writing, also, a room with
the moored vessel.

NAVIGATION

6.1Perform the planning and layout of a track made by vessel, in


nautical chart covering a large area, with at least five Way Points (WP),
mentioning geographical coordinates of points, real tracks, magnetic and needle
direction.
6.2- Relate the charts used in
the track.
6.3- Describe the distances between points, speed, travel time, ETA in each
point, total track distance, speed and ETA on arrival.
6.4- Describe publications used in the chosen tracks: tide tables, current
charts, pilot charts, script, list of lights, etc.
6.5 - Provide the "Passage Planning" to the inputs and outputs of two
harbours, observing the no go areas, under keel clearance (UKC), Squat,
Parallel Indexing (PI), Margen of safety, weelover points (w/o), abort line , etc.
6.6 - Use the electronic chart to establish the tracks, noting the "WP", direction,
navigated distance , speed, AIS data,.
6.7 - Present tidal calculations, for at least three ports. Must be informed: high water
time, low tide, breadth and height of the tide.
6.8 - Relate in chosen track, true markings and apply the local magnetic declination
and the needle deviation, calculate the magnetic and needle markings.
6.9 - Present a chart with the real wind calculation, using the vessel's anemometer
6.10 - See the list of lights and provide at least for three lighthouses used in the track,
all the information contained therein.
6.11- See the Track map and provide the information regarding the two departure and
arrival ports , including information about operation, port resources, navigation
conditions etc.
6.12 - Present the calculations for average latitude, latitude difference and longest
stretch in the chosen track.
6.13 - Follow the officer on watch during observation azimutal sun, planets and stars
and present calculations of least three azimuths conducted, informing the
deviations of the magnetic needle and the gyroscopic needle error.
6.14 - Present the calculation of Absolute State and Mean speed at least for three days.

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6.15 - Follow the officer on watch during the observation of the morning and
transportation to the meridian. Present calculations for at least two straight
observed
6.16 - Follow the officer on watch during observation of at least two Meridians,
presenting time prediction estimates of the Meridian passage, Meridian line and
inform the geographical coordinates found, after the morning straight conveyor.
6.17 - Follow the officer during observation of a speed line. Present calculations.
6.18 - Follow the officer on watch during observation of a drift line. Present calculations.
6.19 - Follow the officer during observation of a longitude line. Present calculations.
6.20 - Follow the officer in watch during sky preparation, at least for two sunsets.
Present calculations for the time of observation, the stars chosen with their
azimuth and heights tabulated.
6.21 - Follow the officer at watch during the observation of at least five stars selected
in the previous item. Present calculations, with the corrections to precession and
nutation, informing geographical coordinates of the found locations
7.

VESSEL MANEUVER

7.1
Describe
a
anchoring
maneuver,
noting
the
details
about
approximation, preparation of irons, number of stage floor boards and steps after
dropping the iron.
7.2 - Describe a maneuver to hoist, observing noting details on preparing to hoist and
maneuver to get out of anchorage.
7.3 - Describe the mooring operation, observing the preparation details of cables,
chocks, fairleaders, number of tugs, positioning of the cables that will pass through, etc.
7.4 - Describe a maneuver of unmooring, observing preparation details of bridge,
propelling machine test, tide, current, wind, number and positions of the tugboats, etc.
7.5 - Refer to the vessel turning curve and present the data in advance, distancing, initial
velocity, for the full-load and ballast conditions, with machine full power and the helm to
the port and starboard respectively for each machine force.
7.6 - present the "Crash Stop" data for the loaded vessel and at ballast, with half power
and with full power, with helm in the middle. Indicating the traveled distance and the
stop time.
7.7 - Build a table that list the RPMs of the drive shaft with the vessel speeds in knots,
forward and aft, loading conditions and in ballast.
7.8 - Present three maneuver compass bridge, with the representation of the movement
regarding three targets (a compass bridge for each target), indicating:
- observations data (marking, distance and time in three distinct
stages;
- real data of the target, course, speed and aspect at the last observation
moment;
- the PMA elements (marking, distance and
time);
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- the elements of the point where you cross bow/stern of the


target;
- the elements of the point where the target passes through the bow/stern of your
boat.
7.9 - use the ARPA resources: plotting targets identifying all information available,
indexed navigation, trial maneuver, etc.
7.10 - Describe the goals and how the "boutakow" curve is
performed.

8.

COMUNICAES

8.1 - List the items contained in the vessel's Radio station license.
8.2 - relate the frequencies for permanent listening on board in accordance with the
radio regulations for GMDSS.
8.3 - Describe the functions of the following VHF channels: 6,13, 16 and 70.
8.4 - Generate example messages for MAYDAY, PAN PAN, and SECURIT to be
transmitted with the data of your vessel.
8.5 - Describe the steps to be followed in communication, onboard to ashore, using the
INMARSAT system resources available on the vessel, for routine communication level.
8.6 - prepare a SOS message to be broadcast by the INMARSAT equipment onboard.
8.7 - Describe the functions of the SART 9 GHz and the routine checks established
by the manufacturer.
8.8-Describe the parts of a maritime safety information message (MSI) received by
NAVTEX receiver and/or EGC receiver with SAFETYNET international system.
8.9-Describe the functions of EPIRBS, the tests and routine checks according to
the manufacturer.
8.10-Describe the indicators of the Maritime Mobile Service (MMSI) of onboard equipment, such as: DSC, INMARSAT and EPIRBS.
8.11- describe the cancellation procedure to be performed, in the event whenthe
distress alert is accidentally activated.
8.12 -prepare an example of retransmitting a DISTRESS message by means of the
DSC VHF equipment and/or DSC MF/HF available on the vessel.
8.13- Describe the reason for the equipment duplication onboard, in compliance to
GMDSS.
8.14 -Describe how the "AIS" system works and its importance to the safety
of navigation.
8.15-Describe how is performed the maintenance of shipboard antennas.
9.

METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY

9.1- Present the records of at least two consecutive days occurring during the journey,
of the following environmental components:
- atmospheric pressure (P);
- temperatures (T, Tu, TSM and TPO);
- relative humidity (RH);
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- sky coverage (in eighth);


- cloud types;
- coastal currents (direction);
- ocean currents (direction);
- waves (direction); and swells (direction);
9.2- Submit copies of meteorological and Oceanographic information received on
board for at least two days, messages should comprise:
- weather report (meteoromarinha) (0000 and 1200 HMG);
- synoptic charts; and
- Satellite images.
9.3 - Present at least two copies of "vessel messages" prepared on board.
Describe currents observed during the track made by his vessel, stating names
and directions.
9.4 - Describe how the pollution control of the marine environment is performed by ships.
9.5 - Describe the equipment that are used and crew procedures.
9.6 - Describe the phenomena of winds changing directions, in the approach
and passage of a frontal system (hot and cold front and low pressure center
associated).
9.7 - Examine at least three synoptic charts, submitting the copies and information on
the following elements:
- pressure horizontal gradient and wind intensity;
- existence of areas prone to occurrence of wave-generating area;
areas with severe sea due to spread of swells.
9.8 - Describe the occurrences of severe sea, indicating the track stretches and
the evasive maneuvers undertaken.
9.9 - Examine at least two meteorological satellite images in infrared channel,
presenting copies to the relevant comments.
9.10 - Describe the rules for the operation of a vessel inside of a tropical storm.
9.11 - Analyze at least three sequential weather reports, showing the copies and
the pertinent comments of fronts I, II and III of the reports.
10.

OPERAES CARGO OPERATIONS


10.1Present all the preparation stages for loading and describe the
procedures according to the type of vessel you are shipped.
10.2Track loading, participating in the elaboration of the loading plan,
stability calculations and structural efforts.
10.3Submit a loading plan, attached, and all calculations of stability
and structural efforts made.
10.4Describe how the inertization and degassing process of the tanks and
cargo lines is performed.
10.5Describe how the cargo tank washing is performed, as crude oil (COW)
or using other kinds of procedures.
10.6Describe the advantages of "Loadmaster" and the technical information
it provides.
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10.7Monitor the "Draft Survey" routine and submit a copy of a


performed calculation.
10.8Describe the operation of a "Anti-heeling tanks" system.
10.9Describe the operation of loading and unloading the Offshore vessels
(tugs, relievers, etc.)
11. FIRST AID
11.1- Name the procedures to stop bleeding.
11.2- Name the procedures to treat a crewman who received an electrical discharge.
11.3- Name the procedures to treat a person with hypothermia.
11.4- name the procedures to treat a person with burns.
11.5- name the procedures to treat simple and exposed fractures.
11.6- name the procedures to assist a drowning victim.
11.7- name the procedures for cases that need medical onshore orientation.
11.8- name the procedures for preparation of a crew member who must be rescued
by helicopter.
11.9- name the procedures with the existing medications in the medicine chest.
11.10- name the cares that should be taken with the body of a person who deceased on
board.
.
12. ACQUINTANCE WITH ENGINE ROOM
12.1- name the main characteristics of the propulsion engine, of the boilers generator
group.
12.2- name the main characteristics of the distiller, water and oil separator and load and
fire pumps.
12.3- name the characteristics of the steering system and explain how to govern
the vessel in an emergency.
12.4- name the steps so that the machine is ready, and
balanced.
12.5- name the limitations of starting the Main combustion engine (MCP) and the
limitations in the reversal direction of rotation, with fixed pitch and
variable pitch
propeller.
12.6-name the Official procedures of engine Room, to change from travel
arrangements for the maneuver condition.
12.7-Describe the importance of electric charge on the
genset.
12.8-Describe the maneuvers for ballasting and deballasting the
tanks.
12.9-Describe the use of charge pumps in tanker
vessels.
12.10-Describe the operating principle of the Water and oil separator of the vessel
and its importance to the environment.
12.11-Describe
the
automation
system
(vessel
monitoring).
12.12-Explain how the propelling engine operation occurs by means of
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System
12.13-Describe the automation of operation of the steering
gear.
12.14-explain how the "Autopilot"
works.
13.

POLLUTION CONTROL

13.1- name the correct procedures to be followed in the work of receiving fuel
oil.
13.2- Describe the correct procedures for the maneuvers with ballast and oil in port
and at sea.
13.3- name the correct procedures for release of plastic, oily chemicals and
sewage residual waste.
13.4- name the procedures to prevent pollution in the loading and unloading
operations of your vessel.
13.5- name procedures to be taken in case of pollution caused by your
vessel.
13.6- Describe an SOPEP exercise held on his vessel and list the equipment comprised
by the SOPEP KIT 13.7-name the procedures that must be taken in the event of
grounding, from the point of view of pollution. 13.8-Describe how the bookkeeping
should be made in the Oil logbook (parts I and II).
13.9-Describe how the bookkeeping should be made in the Ballast
logbook.
13.10 -Describe how the bookkeeping should be made in the Waste
logbook.

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9. I N T E R N S H I P L O G B O O K I N S P E C T I O N

Date

Supervisors Alias

Remarks

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Signature and
stamp

ANNEX A

BRAZILIAN NAVY
INSTRUCTION CENTER ALMIRANTE BRAZ DE AGUIAR
COURSES AND INTERNSHIP DEPARTMENT
FORMATION COURSE OF NAUTICAL OFFICER OF MERCHANT
NAVY (FONT)

INTERNSHIP PROGRAM EVALUATION FORM


(PREST)
NAUTICAL CADET__________________
The evaluation of the progress of the performance of the tasks will be performed by
the Supervising Officer, designated by the Ships Captain, in form of concept
satisfactory or "unsatisfactory marked on the spreadsheet itself, in the column
corresponding to the task. In the final part of the tasks of each instruction area, there is a
space reserved to signature and stamp of the Program Supervising Officer.
The Final Grade of the Internship Program will be expressed in the Scale from 0
(zero) to 10 (ten), calculating at every 10% of tasks performed with the "satisfactory
concept 1 (one) point and, each unsatisfactory task zero point. The Trainee that obtains a
minimum percentage of 60% of the performed tasks will be considered approved, that is,
grade equal or superior to 6.0 (six). Such Grade will be entered in the space reserved as
follows, and it shall have the signatures and stamps of the Ship Captain and of the
Internship Program Supervisor.

Final Grade of the Internship Program (PREST): [ _______ ]

_____________________________________________
Signature and Stamp of the Internship Program Supervisor

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Signature and Stamp of the Ships Captain

ANNEX B
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CONCEPT FORM OF THE NAUTICAL CADET


EVALUATION OF THE ATTRIBUTES
To evaluate each attribute, the scale from (zero) to (ten) will be observed.
The concept of the Nautical Cadet will be the arithmetic average of the evaluated
attributes.
To correctly fill in the evaluated items, we suggest to read the sheet with the
concept of the attributes

ATTRIBUTES

CREDITS

CREDITS

LOYALTY

RESPONSIBILITY

PERSONAL BEHAVIOR

ABILITY TO THE SERVICE

COOPERATION

DECISION CAPACITY

PERSONALITY

PROFESSIONAL CAPACITY

TACT

ORAL AND WRITTEN EXPRESSION

FINAL AVERAGE = SUM OF THE CREDITS


10
FINAL AVERAGE = _________
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Captains Signature

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CONTINUATION OF ANNEX B

CONCEPT OF THE ATTRIBUTERS

LOYALTY

capacity of complying with, with endeavor, decisions of his/her


superiors, even if they are not in agreement. It comprehends frankness, sincerity, truth,
compliance with the assignments undertaken and faithfulness to the given word.

PERSONAL BEHAVIOR

Courage and personal


dignity. Compliance with duties. Behavior in private life. Social behavior, good
manners, correction of uniform, punctuality, personal appearance.

COOPERATION

PERSONALITY

correction of attitudes and courtesy.

attitude of participating in harmony and good will, efforting in an


efficient and uninterested manner, in benefit of a common purpose, implies in the
understanding of the needs and priorities of the group, above the personal or functional
problems.
capacity of acting in full consciousness and fast in any
circumstances. Capacity of enduring moral afflictions.

TACT capacity of conducting, with ability, matters that involve other people in order
to reach the desired purposes, without affecting susceptibilities.

RESPONSIBILITY capacity of undertaking the responsibility for the practiced acts.


It implies in matching the reliability wishes, satisfactorily perform the received tasks,
justifying the reasons of his/her acts.

ABILITY TO THE SERVICE natural propensity to the career. Class spirit. Adaptability
to the conditions inherent to the profession. Capacity of fully and well conducting the
tasks that were entrusted to him/her. Dedication and excitement to the maritime life.

DECISION CAPACITY capacity of analyzing the available data and taking correct, timely, and proper
decisions, even in difficult situations or in stressful conditions.
PROFESSIONAL CAPACITY

- theoretical and practical knowledge of his/her profession, his/her

Useful activity in the service. how his/her deploys his/her


professional knowledge to the service benefit. Work capacity.
specialty, and his/her function.

ORAL AND WRITTEN EXPRESSION capacity of presenting, orally and


written, ideas, thoughts, facts, and situations, with clearness, accuracy, objectivity,
easement, property, and language correction.
ANNEX C

COMMENTS OF THE PROGRAM SUPERVISOR


Supplementary observations of Mr. Chief Mate (Program Supervisor), including with
abandonment of the non-applicable items, when it is the case:

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Date ______/______/________

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Chief Mates Signature and Stamp

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ANNEX D

NAUTICAL CADETS COMMENTS


Dear Nautical Cadet, use this space to record your criticisms and/or suggestions that
aim at improving this Internship Program. Your feedback is extremely important to the
quality improvement of the teaching-learning process of our School.

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Nautical Cadets Signature

ANNEX E
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C A P TAI N S S U G G E S T I O N S
This page was reserved so that the ships Captain may present suggestions that
contribute to improve the instruction of future Nautical Officers of Merchant Navy.

Ship:___________________________

Date: ______/_____/______

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Captains Signature and Stamp

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ANNEX F
CREW DATA SHEET
1) PERSONNEL OF THE DECK SECTION
NAME GRADUATION TIME IN YEARS SCHOOL

CIR No.

CATEG.

COURSES HE/SHE HAS


APNT

EBPS ESRS ESPE EFNT

ECIN ESCM ESPM ECIA

EARP EROG EPOR EGPO ESOP ESOQ ESOG ENPD

2) PERSONNEL OF THE ENGINE SECTION


NAME GRADUATION TIME IN YEARS SCHOOL

CIR No. CATEG.

COURSES HE/SHE HAS


APMA

EBPS

ESRS ESPE EFNT ECIN ESCM ESPM ECIA ESOP ESOQ ESOG ESMQ

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