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17-04-2020, 07:28 AM
Officers will please read and sign the Bridge Order Book before relieving the watch.
Before taking over a watch at sea the following to be checked :
01)          Compass course as per chart, both gyro and magnetic compared and recorded.
02)          The situation as to other ships in vicinity.
03)          The Duty Quartermaster in on and attentive to his duties.
04)          All navigational aids are in order.
05)          Check navigational lights/compass and repeater lights, etc.
06)          The charts for your watch and at least next four hours after your watch are laid out.
07)          If radar is in operation, check that is in order.
08)          Check that the vessel is secured, hatches, watertight doors, life boats, etc. and there is no loose gear about.
09)          Check and be familiar with any navigational hazards or warnings that may be encountered during your watch.
10)          Keep a good lookout at all times.
11)          Keep clear of and give all shipping a wide berth.
12)          Check and establish vessel’s position and verify position as charted by the relieving officer.Record position when altering courses and at least once a watch when in sight of land.
13)          Check and record compass error regularly whenever possible during your watch.
14)          Steer and ensure at all times to make good the course as charted.
15)          When in sight of land obtain position frequently.
16)          All positions to be by visual bearings when available, coupled with radar/DF/soundings, also sun or stellar observations as applicable.
17)          International collision regulations to be strictly complied with.
18)          Do not allow close quarter situations to develop with vessels.Make sure you are not on collision course with other vessels.Above all, do not assume by taking bearings or radar plottings.
19)          Keep clear of deep draft vessels due to their restricted manoeuverability.
20)          Call me if visibility drops to less than 3 miles.Switch on radar and keep it on.And do not hesitate to call me at any time if you are in doubt about anything whether day and night.
21)          Whenever situation allows Quartermaster to be sent down to inspect accommodation, etc. on fire patrol.The Duty Officer shall use all sences to detect fire, safety of crew and other unusual happenings about the ship. Early warning of any situation can prevent at becoming a disaster.
22)          Before leaving port, vessel to be searched for stowaways and an entry to be made in the log book to this effect.
23)          Confirm following times from Chief Officer prior to entering in the log book :                                            Free pratique, immigration clearance, commencing loading/discharging, completion loading/discharging, etc. Fresh water received and quantity, cargo loaded and discharged, correct drafts.Whenever bunkers are received, confirm time and quantities from Chief Engineer.And any other unusual happenings on board the vessel.
24)          All officers to be familiar with starting of emergency fire pump, lifeboat engine, emergency steering, operation of CO2 system and closing devices of skylights, dampers, doors, etc.
25)          2nd.Mate to be responsible and incharge of medical equipments first-aid, breathing apparatus, etc.             3rd.Mate to be incharge of life saving equipments, lifeboats, fire hoses, fire extinguishers, etc.                      Both officer to work under the guidance at supervision of Chief Officer.
26)          Use your common but good sense and good seamanship to anticipate all likely occurances and be prepared to act well before it happens or before it is too late.
27)          Officer shall read above standing rules carefully and shall sign to signify their clear understanding.
When the Officer relieves the watch at sea he is to carefully note the ship’s position on the chart.The course to be steered, and distance to run before making the land.Sight are to be taken when practicable, the ship’s posi- tion checked, and noted in the log from time to time.The Officer on watch is not to leave the bridge at sea without being relieved by another officer.
When the whell is relieved, see that a proper course is given and steered.During clear weather take azimuths at least once a watch, and any great alteration in compass error, let me know.
See that a proper lookout is kept from sunset to sunrise, and at all times during thick or hazy weather.In case of bad weather or heavy spray coming aboard, place the lookout man in a sheltered position where he can see all round the horizon.
These are to be strictly attended to.When the Officer comes on watch he is to satisfy himself that they are burning brightly.The man on the lookout is to report them each time the bell is struck.In the event of a breakdown to engines or steering gear, see that the “not undercommand” signals are kept handy.In thick or hazy weather, reduce ship’s speed, attend to regulation sound signals, and call me.
Heavy water coming on board; batten down hatches, cover skylights and attend to vantilators; see that all gear about the deck is well secured.
Give meeting or crossing vessels plenty of room; act early in order that other vessels will see that you are doing.
If in any doubt, or in the event of making the land or a shore light unexpectedly, call me at once.
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