General Rudder Damage Control Book

General Rudder Damage Control Book - T/V KINGS POINTER...

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T/V KINGS POINTER DAMAGE CONTROL BOOK UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY Kings Point, New York Table of Contents Objectives of Damage Control
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Forward Marking System Chapter 1 – Characteristics Principal Characteristics Engineering Particulars Manning Unique Features of the Ship Accommodations Staterooms Chapter 2 – Communications Announcing System Public Address (PA) System with Talk-Back Damage Control Circuit 2JC Engineering Sound Powered Telephone Circuit 2JV Main Sound Powered Telephone Circuit 1JV Public Address (PA) System Speaker Locations Sound Powered Telephone Circuit 4JV Spare Sound Powered Telephone Circuit 3JV 8 Chapter 3 – Tanks, Compartments and Structure Tank Numbers and Locations Tank Diagram Engineering Department Sounding Locations Deck Department Sounding Locations Tank Gooseneck Vents Fuel Oil System Reach Rods Remote Valve Covers and Reach Rods Remote Valve Covers and Reach Rods Diagram Fire and Ballast Pumps Shore Connections Hatches and Scuttles Water Tight Doors Weather Tight Doors Fire Screen Doors Bulkheads Watertight and Fire Ventilation Closures Fire Ventilation Dampers
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Chapter 4 – Damage Control Emergency Lighting Lanterns First Aid Boxes, Litters and Stretchers General Alarm and Bells Main Damage Control Locker Inventory and Location of Equipment Submersible Pump and 440 Receptacles Remote Controls and Indicators Station Card Station Bill Locations Station Bill Chapter 5 – Fire Fighting Equipment Emergency Ventilation Shut-down Panel & Fire Control Station Diagram Fire and Ballast Pumps Fire Main Cut-off Valves Fire Main Drains Fire, Smoke and Heat Detectors Fire Stations Fire Axes Fixed Halon 1301, CO2 and Karbaloy Extinguishing Systems Foam and Foam Equipment Halon 1301 Fire Extinguishing System Spare Bottles Typical Halon 1301 Extinguishing System Diagram Manual Fire Alarm Pull Stations Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (Scott Air Packs) Portable Fire Extinguishers Chapter 6 – Pre-Fire Plans Emergency Diesel Generator Room Galley Hospital Laundry Room Main Engine Generator Room Propulsion Motor Casings Propulsion Motor Room Steering Room Bow Thruster Room Aft Deck Workshop
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Chapter 7 – Pre Emergency Plans Collision Engine or Shaft Casualty Grounding Man Overboard Helicopter Medical Evacuation Oil Spill Steering Failure Chapter 8 – Life Saving Equipment Inflatable Life Rafts Rescue Boat Life Rings E.P.I.R.B. Life Jacket and Survival Suit Life Saving Equipment Sets Chapter 9 – Navigational Equipment Navigation Equipment Chapter 10 – Maneuvering Data Turning Radius Speed Tables Deceleration and Acceleration Tables Chapter 11 – Electrical Distribution Electric Panels Floodlight and Deck Lighting Schedule
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OBJECTIVES OF DAMAGE CONTROL Prevent Damage By: Maintaining Watertight Integrity Eliminating Fire Hazards Maintaining the Ship and its Equipment Practice of Good Seamanship and Good Housekeeping Control Damage By: Combating Fire Controlling Flooding Maintaining Stability Repair Damage and Keep the Ship Operating
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