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Author Office, International Labour

Title Safety Recommendations for Decked Fishing Vessels of Less than 12 metres in Length and Undecked Fishing Vessels
Published Geneva : International Labour Organization, 2013

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Description 1 online resource (267 pages)
Contents Cover; Title page; Copyright; Abstract; Preface; Chapter 1 General Provisions; 1.1 Purpose and scope; 1.2 Definitions; 1.3 Measurements; 1.4 Maintenance and surveys; 1.5 Equivalents; Chapter 2 Construction, watertight integrity and equipment; Part 1 General; 2.1 Purpose and scope; 2.2 Construction, material and structure; 2.3 Inlets and discharges; Part 2 Undecked Vessels; 2.4 Drainage of partial decks; 2.5 Securing of heavy items; 2.6 Anchoring and mooring equipment; Part 3 Decked Vessels; 2.7 Construction; 2.8 Hull integrity; 2.9 Weathertight doors; 2.10 Hatchways
2.11 Machinery space openings2.12 Other deck openings; 2.13 Ventilators; 2.14 Air pipes; 2.15 Sounding devices; 2.16 Windows and skylights for decked vessels of design categories A and B; 2.17 Freeing ports; 2.18 Anchoring and mooring equipment; 2.19 Working spaces within an enclosed superstructure; 2.20 Tanks for fish in refrigerated seawater (RSW) or chilled seawater (CSW); 2.21 Drainage of partial decks; 2.22 Securing of heavy items; Chapter 3 Stability and associated seaworthiness; 3.1 General; 3.2 Stability criteria for decked vessels of all design categories
3.3 Alternative stability criteria for decked vessels of all design categories3.4 Stability criteria for undecked vessels; 3.5 Summary table of stability criteria for decked and undecked vessels; 3.6 Flooding of fish-holds for vessels of design categories A and B; 3.7 Particular fishing methods; 3.8 Operating conditions for vessels of design categories Aand B; 3.9 Ice accretion; 3.10 Inclining test for decked vessels; 3.11 Built-in buoyancy for undecked vessels; 3.12 Stability information; 3.13 Portable fish-hold divisions; 3.14 Bow height; 3.15 Maximum permissible operating draught
Chapter 4 Machinery and electrical installationsPart 1 Machinery; 4.1 General; 4.2 Propulsion machinery and stern gear; 4.3 Shaft and propeller; 4.4 Engine starting; 4.5 Controls and instruments; 4.6 Steering gear; 4.7 Pumping and piping systems; 4.8 Ventilation of the engine room; Part 2 Electrical installations; 4.9 Main source of electrical supply; 4.10 Emergency source of electrical power; 4.11 Precautions against shock, fire and other hazards of electrical origin; 4.12 Electrical systems; 4.13 Earthing and bonding; 4.14 Lighting systems; 4.15 Electric motors; 4.16 Lightning conductors
4.17 Anodes4.18 Equivalency; Chapter 5 Fire protection and fire fighting; Part 1 General; 5.1 Structure; 5.2 Maintenance of fire-fighting appliances; 5.3 Heating installations; 5.4 Storage of gas cylinders; 5.5 Requirements for fire-fighting appliances; 5.6 Miscellaneous items; Part 2 Undecked vessels; 5.7 Number of fire-fighting appliances; Part 3 Decked vessels; 5.8 Number of fire-fighting appliances; 5.9 Fire-fighting appliances for machinery spaces; 5.10 Ventilation systems; Chapter 6 Protection of the crew; 6.1 General protective measures; 6.2 Deck openings and doors
Summary The safety recommendations contained in this publication are the result of the continuing cooperation between the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Maritime Organization (IMO), in the relation to the safety of fishing vessels. These recommendations seek to provide information on the design, construction, equipment, training and protection of the crews of small fishing vessels with a view to promoting the safety of the vessel and the safety and health of the crews
Notes English
Subject Fishing boats -- Safety measures.
Fishing boats -- Safety measures
Form Electronic book
Author Organization, International Maritime
Nations, Food and Agriculture Organization of the Uniited
ISBN 9789221274490
9221274497
9789221274483
9221274489