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General information
Vessel/unit particulars

Name of the vessel/unit1.1.1

IMO Number1.1.2

Reg number1.1.3

VIN (Vessel Identification Number)1.1.4

Country of registration of vessel/unit1.1.5

Gross tonnage1.1.6

Date vessel/unit delivered1.1.7

Date of most recent major conversion, if applicable1.1.8

Date of inspection1.1.9

Place of inspection1.1.10

Name of the company commissioning the inspection1.1.11

Time the inspector boarded the vessel/unit1.1.12

Time the inspector departed the vessel/unit1.1.13

Name of the inspector1.1.14

Vessel/unit activity at time of inspection1.1.15

Is an up to date OCIMF OVPQ available on board?1.1.16

Vessel/unit type1.1.17

Geographic region vessel/unit normally operates in1.1.18

Name of the vessel/unit's operator1.1.19

E-mail address of the operator1.1.20

Date the current operator assumed responsibility for the vessel/unit1.1.21

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Are safety arrangements relating to the recovery and handling of hydrocarbons in place?8.4.10

Are recovered oil tanks (fixed and portable) provided with suitable ventilation arrangements?8.4.11

Has the oil recovery equipment been tested in exercises regularly?8.4.12

Are documented procedures in place for the use of small boats that include working from them, personnel transfer and the
launch and recovery?

8.4.13

Are risk assessments carried out for all Oil Recovery operations?8.4.14

Additional Comments8.4.99

Heavy lift

Does the vessel/unit have a competence/training matrix that addresses crane and ballast control operations?8.5.1

Does the company have documented procedures in place to ensure that the Master is provided with necessary pre-voyage
guidance?

8.5.2

Does the vessel/unit have a competence/training matrix that addresses crane and lifting gear maintenance activities?8.5.3

Is there an effective lifting equipment management system in place?8.5.4

Are all lifting operations formally risk assessed?8.5.5

Are there documented procedures and general safety arrangements in place for activities on the exposed working decks?8.5.6

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Do the emergency procedures cover additional risks associated with the vessel/unit's heavy lift operations?8.5.7

Is there a competent person in charge of ballast control and stability calculations?8.5.8

Can the Ballast Control Operators (BCO's) demonstrate knowledge of the vessel/unit's ballast system, the control of free
surface effects and the consequences of inadvertent ballast shift?

8.5.9

Is the stress and stability information included with the plan for current operations; have stability and where applicable,
stress calculations been performed for the current operation and do the BCO's understand any limitations?

8.5.10

Is there an inclinometer located near the ballast control panel?8.5.11

Are draft gauges operating correctly?8.5.12

Is there a system for training and drills covering the stability issues associated with ballast, bilge and crane systems, in both
normal and emergency conditions?

8.5.13

Is there a system of verifying and recording the calibration of tank gauging systems and level alarms ?8.5.14

Is there a system for recording changes to the vessel/unit's lightweight condition?8.5.15

Are lightweight changes effectively incorporated into stability calculations?8.5.16

Are the ballast and bilge systems covered by an FME(C)A?8.5.17

Is there a system for controlling the override of bilge and ballast system alarms?8.5.18

Is access to the ballast control panel restricted?8.5.19

Is the ballast control position attended continuously during lift operations?8.5.20

Are all watertight doors, hatches and other openings on or near submersible decks in good order?8.5.21

Is there a positive feedback/checklist system for ensuring all such openings are secure for appropriate stages of the
operation?

8.5.22

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Are there procedures in place to eliminate common input to acoustics, e.g. gyros, VRU's?15.3.3

Are the position reference systems provided with a schematic for power supply, external inputs/outputs and wiring
diagrams and antennae placement?

15.3.4

Are the positions of antenna, or position reference systems origins, and their offset from the vessel centre of rotation
maintained in a single file?

15.3.5

Does each thruster have an independent emergency stop that is well protected against inadvertent operation?15.3.6

If fitted are the emergency stops alarmed against failure?15.3.7

Does the vessel have a data recorder that records all DP parameters including operator keystrokes?15.3.8

Is there a procedure and evidence of the regular checking of the secure power supply systems (UPS Battery systems)?15.3.9

If vessel is DP class 2 or 3, does the DP system have a continuous analysis function checking that in terms of thruster and
power can maintain position after the worst case failure? IMCA M 103 Rev 1- 1.6 Recommended for all vessels built after
1994.

15.3.10

Is the vessel fitted with drift off simulator as part of the DP control system?15.3.11

Is the bus bar configuration in accordance with the FMEA?15.3.12

Do the operational procedures include guidance on number of generators to be running at different power loads and are
DPOs and engineers familiar with them?

15.3.13

Is the DP control system included within the Planned Maintenance System?15.3.14

In the Operations manual are relative and/or absolute position references considered, do not conflict with project
requirements, and defined for all anticipated vessel operations?

15.3.15

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Are there manual changeover switches fitted to acoustics (or other) to allow selection of specific Gyros and vertical
reference units?

15.3.16

Are relative and/or absolute position references considered and defined for operations?15.3.17

Are consequence analysis alarms used as input to the contingency matrix?15.3.18

Competence

Are the vessels crew qualified for DP Operations?15.4.1

Do all key personnel on board comply with the IMCA minimum requirements for experience and training?15.4.2

Is there an Engineer and or Electronic Technician on-board with approved training on the DP system?15.4.3

Additional Comments

Additional Comments15.99

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