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STANDING ORDERS FOR BRIDGE WATCH OFFICERS

17-04-2020, 07:27 AM
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01) The order book shall be kept on the bridge or in chart room and it shall be written by the Commander the course, the speed and all other necessary instructions to the officer on watch for the navigation of the vessel.The officer on watch, before going on duty, shall read aforesaid entries in the order book and shall affix his signaturethereto.
02)The officer on watch shall remain on the bridge and must not leave it, unless he is relieved by the commander or another responsible officer.
03)The officer on watch should always pay attention to the navigation of the ship and whenever circumstances warrant, shall ascertain ship’s position.
04)The officer on watch should always keep a sharp lookout himself and at the same time should see that a look- out man is attended at a fixed place and that a sharp lookout is always kept.                                               When navigating in the vicinity of the land, in an inland sea or narrow water or when the weather is thick, the officer on watch should keep a vigilant watch with special caution.
05)The officer on watch should direct and supervise his subordinates and must be careful to carry out exactly the commander’s or pilot’s orders.
06)The course of the vessel shall be set by the standard compass.When the course is set or altered, the officer on watch must see that the course is set or altered according with the compass and show it on the blackboard fixed on the bridge and then he shall report it to the commander.                                                               When the course is set or altered by the magnetic compass,  observation of the deviation should not be neglec-  ted.Whenever the course is set or altered by gyro compass, the officer on watch must compare it with the course by the magnetic compass and show these courses respectively on the bridge and then report them to the commander.The error of the gyro compass must be observed taking any opportunity.
07)The officer on watch not alter the course unless he is specially ordered to do so.Nevertheless, under urgent circumstances, when there is no time to wait for the commander’s order, the officer on watch should, accor- ding to the rule of the road, make a sound signal, change the vessel’s course, stop or reverse her engines, or take other suitable measures to meet the emergency.                                                                                  When above steps have been taken, the officer on watch shall at once report the fact to the commander.
08)The officer on watch must always pay attention to the steering of the vessel, and when quartermaster at the whell to be relieved by another, the officer on watch must see whether or not the retiring quartermaster correctly inform his relief of the course to be steered.
09)The officer on watch must be certain that regulation lights are lit brightly and should see that the lookout man reports the actual condition of such lights at least every half an hour.
10) When the officer on watch is to be relieved by another, he shall inform his relief of the course, speed, position etc. of the vessel and pass on all orders received by him from the commander during the watch.                       An officer going off watch shall look around the vessel and see that everthing is in good order and make an entry accordingly in the log book.When looking round the vessel, special care should be taken to see that there is nothing likely may cause fire.
11)  In any case of the following cases, the O.O.W shall also immediately report to commander for his order.                                                                                                                                                            When any ship, light or when appears to main land or island is first sighted.                                                      When any remarkable change occurs in the weather or in the direction or force of the wind.                           When any telex communication received concerning the distress, urgent, security, navigational warnings,  meteorological etc.                                                                                                                                        When a derelict, floating ice, or any other obstacle is discovered on the vessel’s course or close to it.            When a signal is observed from a vessel or ashore.                                                                                       When any accident occurs to the hull or engines when a remarkable change is observed in the ship’s speed.     When any increase of weather in the wells is observed.                                                                                      When any unusual phenomenon presents itself.
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