What are Critical shipboard operations?

asked 01 Jun '17, 20:38

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A Critical Operation is an Operation where an error may immediately cause an accident or create a situation which could threaten people, the ship, or environment.

Example are:

  • Navigation in busy sea lanes

  • Navigation in restricted visibility (< 3 miles)

  • Navigation in Heavy weather (Wind force > 6, Wave height > 5m)

  • Navigation in narrow channel & congested waters (< 3 miles)

  • Pollution prevention

  • Entry into enclosed space

  • Hot & Cold work

  • Cargo Operations on Tankers

  • Bunkering

  • Mooring Operations

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answered 01 Jun '17, 21:33

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