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An executive agency of the Department for Transport, (DfT) Code of Safe Working Practices for Merchant Seamen Consolidated Edition, 2010 £15 www.tso.co.uk ISBN 978-0-11-553170-5 780115 531705 © Crown Copyright 2010 Published for the Maritime and Coastguard Agency under licence from the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office Applications for reproduction should be made in writing to The Licensing Division, Office for Public Sector Information , Information Policy Team, Kew, Richmond, Surrey TW9 4DU, or email: Licencing@opsi.gov.uk ISBN-978-0-11-553170-5 Incorporating amendments to 10 Published by TSO (The Stationery Office) and available from: Online www.tsoshop.co.uk Mail, Telephone, Fax & E-mail TSO PO Box 29, Norwich NR3 1GN Telephone orders/General enquiries: 0870 600 5522 Fax orders: 0870 600 5533 E-mail: customer.services@tso.co.uk Textphone 0870 240 3701 TSO@Blackwell and other Accredited Agents Customers can also order publications from: TSO Ireland 16 Arthur Street, Belfast BT1 4GD Tel 028 9023 8451 Fax 028 9023 5401 Printed in the United Kingdom for The Stationery Office NUMBERING, REPLACEMENT AND CONTROL OF PAGES The page numbering system contained within this Code follows the Quality Management System for Documentation procedures currently in use within the Maritime and Coastguard Agency Each page is numbered on the inside bottom edge and contains:the MCA identifier for this Code - i.e MSCP01 the number of the chapter - e.g Ch1 the revision status of that chapter and page e.g - Rev1.01 the page number within the chapter e.g - Page The first page of each chapter indicates the total number of pages within it e.g - Page of 12 This enables the user the check that all the pages within that chapter are intact Where pages need to be added to or subtracted from a chapter, the first page of that chapter will also be revised to show the new number of pages within it The page numbering in respect of page of Chapter 4, for example, would be:- MSCP01/Ch4/Rev1.01/Page of 10 Where additional pages are added within the chapter, but the whole chapter is not replaced the new page will be numbered:- e.g Page 3A Pages that not carry any text carry the words:- “Blank Page” The Code contains an amendment sheet which provides the current revision status of amendments, chapters and pages (an example appears below) against which the revision status may be checked Page revisions are indicated by a change in the number after the decimal point:- e.g Rev1.02, Rev1.03, etc., while chapter revisions are indicated by a change in the number before the decimal point:- e.g Rev2.01, Rev3.01, etc (page revision reverts to 01) SAMPLE AMENDMENT SHEET (FIRST ISSUE) Amendment 00 Chapters Jul Julyy 1998 Pages Revision Status All 1.01 All 1.01 All 1.01 All 1.01 All 1.01 All 1.01 SAMPLE AMENDMENT SHEET (SECOND ISSUE) (The following is an example of an amendment sheet where pages 4-10 of Chapter and the whole of Chapter have been revised) Amendment 01 Chapters Jul Julyy 1998 Pages Revision Status 1-3 1.01 4-10 1.02 11-16 1.01 All 1.01 All 1.01 All 1.01 All 2.01 All 1.01 CODE OF SAFE WORKING PRACTICES FOR MERCHANT SEAMEN MSCP01 AMENDMENT 10 2010 Chapters Pages Revision Status (Preface etc) 2.05 7-9 2.04 10 2.05 11 2.04 12 2.03 13-14 2.04 15-16 2.05 17 2.04 18 2.03 19-24 2.03 25-26 2.01 1-4 2.01 2.02 1-6 2.02 10 7-12 2.02 11 1.04 11 1.05 11 1.04 11 5-6 1.03 11 1.02 11 1.01 12 1-2 1.03 13 1-10 2.01 14 1.02 14 1.02 14 1.02 Chapters Pages Revision Status 14 1.02 15 1-16 3.01 17 1-18 2.01 18 3-4 1.02 18 1.05 18 6-7 1.03 18 1.04 18 1.03 18 10-11 1.02 21 5-26 2.02 23 1.02 23 1.02 23 17 1.02 25 1.03 27 1-14 4.01 28 1.04 28 1.03 28 1.02 29 1.02 30 1.02 31 1.02 31 1.02 32 1.02 32 1.02 32 11 1.02 33 1-3 1.02 35 (Appendix 1) 1-4 3.01 36 (Appendix 2) 2.02 36 2.02 37 (Index) 1-52 6.01 Standing Order Service A standing order for class 03.03.028 will ensure that you are supplied automatically with all supplements/amendments/new editions of this title as they are issued in paper format The benefits to you are: • automatic supply on publication • no need for time consuming research, telephone calls or scanning of publication lists • saving on the need and costs of placing individual orders We can supply a wide range of publications on standing order, from individual annual publications to all publications on a selected subject If you not already use this service, or think you are not using it to its full capability, why not contact us and discuss your requirements? TSO Standing Order Department PO Box 29 St Crispins, Duke Street Norwich NR3 1GN Tel 0870 600 5522; Fax 0870 600 5533 E-mail: subscription@tso.co.uk PREFACE This Code of Safe Working Practices is intended primarily for merchant seamen on United Kingdom registered vessels MS (Code of Safe Working Practices for Merchant Seamen) Regs 1998 S.I 1998 No 1838 Copies of the current printed edition of the Code must be carried on all United Kingdom ships other than fishing vessels and pleasure craft, and a copy must be made available to any seaman in the ship who requests it, in accordance with the Merchant Shipping (Code of Safe Working Practices for Merchant Seamen) Regulations 1998 There should always be an adequate number of copies to allow the Master, Safety Officer and any members of the Safety Committee to have their own, leaving at least one available for general reference Provided that the requirements of the Merchant Shipping (Code of Safe Working Practices) Regulations 1998 are met, including the requirement for copies of the code to be easily accessible, MCA accepts that some copies may be electronic In all cases at least one printed copy of the Code shall be available This Code is addressed to everyone on a ship regardless of rank or rating because the recommendations can be effective only if they are understood by all and if all cooperate in their implementation Those not themselves actually engaged in a job in hand should be aware of what is being done, so that they may avoid putting themselves at risk or those concerned at risk by impeding or needlessly interfering with the conduct of the work The Code is arranged in sections which deal with broad areas of concern The introduction gives the regulatory framework for health and safety on board ships and overall safety responsibilities under that framework Section is largely concerned with safety management and the statutory duties underlying the advice in the remainder of the Code All working on MSCP01/Ch0/Rev2.05/Page MSCP01/Ch0/Rev2.01/Page of 26 board should be aware of these duties and of the principles governing the guidance on safe practice which they are required to follow Section begins with a chapter setting out the areas that should be covered in introducing a new recruit to the safety procedures on board It goes on to explain what individuals can to improve their personal health and safety Section is concerned with various working practices common to all ships Section covers safety for specialist ship operations The Maritime and Coastguard Agency wishes to acknowledge the support and expert contributions from many working in the shipping industry, but in particular from the members of the Industry Steering Group for the revision of the Code: Mr G Colclough Ex Master, LLB (London), FNI - Liverpool John Moores University Captain J Davies - NUMAST Captain G Hicks - NUMAST Captain N Matthews - The Chamber of Shipping Mr M Ranson - The Chamber of Shipping Mr R Rayner - RMT Mr M Stubbings - The Chamber of Shipping Mr M Williams - The Chamber of Shipping Maritime and Coastguard Agency Southampton May 1998 MSCP01/Ch0/Rev2.02/Page CONTENTS PREFACE CONTENTS INTRODUCTION AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK SECTION SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES/SHIPBOARD MANAGEMENT Chapter Risk assessment 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Key terms 1.3 Principles of risk assessment 1.4 Risk assessment in practice 1.5 What should be assessed? 1.6 Who has to carry out the assessment? 1.7 How thorough should the assessment be? 1.8 When to assess? 1.9 Elements of risk assessment 1.10 Risk assessment pro-forma Annex 1.1 Guidance on main elements of risk assessment Annex 1.2 Initial risk assessment Annex 1.3 Detailed risk assessment Annex 1.4 Detailed risk assessment - specimen Chapter Health surveillance 2.1 Duty of employers 2.2 Purpose of health surveillance 2.3 Application 2.4 What to Chapter Safety Officials 3.1 Introduction MSCP01/Ch0/Rev2.02/Page hazardous substances 12.6.2, 27.1.2, 27.1.5 heavy weather 13.9 hot work 23.1.1 how thorough should assessment be? 1.7.1–1.7.2 identifying hazards 1.3.2, A1.1.2.1–A1.1.2.3 identifying risk controls A1.1.3.1–A1.1.3.5 Initial Risk Assessment A1.2 inventory of actions A1.1.6.3 keeping workers informed 1.1.6–1.1.7 key terms 1.2.1 lifting equipment 21.21.3 lifts 21.22.6 manual handling 19.1.1–19.1.2 mooring small vessels to quays 25.6.1, 25.6.3, 25.6.6, A25.2 moveable bulkheads 29.7.3 noise 34.7.1–34.7.4 occupational health and safety 1.1.8–1.1.11 painting 24.1.1 preparing risk control action plan A1.1.6.1–A1.1.6.2 principles of risk assessment 1.3.1–1.3.3 process of risk assessment and control A1.1 provision of emergency equipment A1.1.6.5 recording findings 1.5.2, 1.10.1 reviewing risk control action plan A1.1.7.1, A1.1.8.1, A1.1.8.3–A1.1.8.4 risk assessment in practice 1.4.1 risk assessment pro-forma 1.10.1 Risk Control Systems A1.1.3.2, A1.1.3.4 rope access and positioning A15C safety inspections 3.10.10 safety officer 3.4.2 self-employed persons 1.1.3 switchboards 22.12.1–22.12.2 MSCP01/Ch37/Rev6.01/Page 37 of 52 transfer of personnel 18.7.5 what should be assessed? 1.5.1–1.5.2 when to assess? 1.8.1 who has to carry out assessment? 1.6.1–1.6.2 work equipment 20.1.2 ro-ro ferries 29.1.1, 32.1.1, 32.2.1–32.2.5 dangerous goods 32.10.1–32.10.4 fire precautions 32.4.1–32.4.2 housekeeping 32.13.1–32.13.5 inspection of vehicles 32.7.1–32.7.3 noise 32.5.1 safe movement 32.6.1–32.6.3 safety committees 3.6.4 securing of cargo 32.9.1–32.9.22 specialised vehicles 32.11.1–32.11.4 stowage 32.8.1–32.8.10 use of work equipment 32.12.1–32.12.7 ventilation 32.3.1–32.3.3 see also passenger ships robbery 11.6.1–11.6.5 rolling 19.4.12, A19.2 ropes 19.4.11, A19.2, 20.9.1–20.9.8 access and positioning techniques A15C bights 12.7.2, 12.7.12, 21.15.3–21.15.4, 21.17.2, 25.3.9, 25.5.6 bridal/gog rope 33.5.1 inspection 20.9.7, 20.10.3 lifting equipment 21.12.5, 21.12.12–21.12.13, 21.12.16–21.12.17 man-made fibre ropes 20.9.4, 20.10.1–20.10.9 melting 20.10.6 monkey’s fist 25.3.2, 33.4.2 mooring 25.3.5–25.3.6 MSCP01/Ch37/Rev6.01/Page 38 of 52 mooring small vessels to quays 25.6.1–25.6.6 polypropylene 20.9.5, 20.10.6, 20.10.7 safety rope 31.7.4 Snap-Back Zones 25.3.10–25.3.13, 25.5.6 splices 20.10.7, 20.10.8, 21.12.13 stoppers 20.10.7, 20.10.9, 25.3.15 storage 20.9.3 stretching 20.10.5 types 20.9.2 wire ropes 20.9.8, 21.12.17, 25.3.14, 25.4.4 working cargo 29.4.11 safe movement 6.4.1–6.4.10, 13.1.1 drainage 13.2.1–13.2.4 entry into dangerous spaces 6.5.1–6.5.4 guarding of openings 13.5.1–13.5.4 lighting 13.4.1–13.4.8, 18.3.1–18.3.2 ro-ro ferries 32.6.1–32.6.3 ship-board vehicles 13.7.1–13.7.4 transit areas 13.3.1–13.3.9 watertight doors 8.1.1, 10.3.8, 13.1.1, 13.4.7, 13.6.1–13.6.6, 14.3.7, 14.6.2, 22.2.3 Safe Work Procedure A1.1.8.6 Safe Working Load (SWL) 21.2.2, 21.4.2, 21.13.1–21.13.4 safety committees 3.6.1–3.6.6, 3.7.3, 3.10.5, 3.14.12 advice 3.13.1–3.13.11 Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) 27.2.3, A27.2 safety guards 20.4.8, 20.5.1–20.5.2, 20.5.4, 20.6.7, 22.2.4, 22.4.9 safety induction 8.1.1–8.1.4 accidents and medical emergencies 8.3.1 consultation procedures 8.9.1 emergency procedures and fire precautions 8.2.1–8.2.4 MSCP01/Ch37/Rev6.01/Page 39 of 52 employer and worker responsibilities 8.8.1–8.8.3 environmental responsibilities 8.6.1–8.6.4 good housekeeping 8.5.1 health and hygiene 8.4.1–8.4.3 occupational health and safety 8.7.1–8.7.2 safety lines 6.1.7, 6.3.4, 10.4.15 safety nets 6.1.5, 6.1.8, 15.2.5 boarding arrangements 18.5.1 cargo stowage 29.1.7, 29.6.3 safety officers accident investigation 3.14.3, 3.14.5–3.14.7 appointment 3.4.1–3.4.4 asbestos 27.4.2 checklist for inspection A3.1 duty to stop dangerous work 3.10.15–3.10.16 investigation of accidents and dangerous occurrences 3.10.4 promotion of safety 3.10.3 recommendations 3.10.12 record of accidents and dangerous occurrences 3.10.14 regulations 3.10.1, 3.10.13 role 3.10.2 safety committee 3.9.2 safety inspections 3.10.6–3.10.13 safety representatives 3.9.1 termination of appointment 3.7.1 safety officials 3.1.1–3.1.4 appointment of safety officers 3.4.1–3.4.4 employer duties 3.2.1–3.2.7 information provision 3.2.3, 3.8.1–3.8.2 record keeping in absence 3.8.5 Regulation 15 3.8.6, 3.11.3 regulations 3.3.1–3.3.5 MSCP01/Ch37/Rev6.01/Page 40 of 52 representations 3.8.6–3.8.7, 3.8.9, 3.10.12 responsibility 3.1.1 safety committees 3.6.1–3.6.6, 3.7.3, 3.10.5 safety culture 3.1.2 support 3.8.1–3.8.9 termination of appointments 3.7.1–3.7.3 training 3.8.4 workers’ representatives 3.2.4–3.2.7, 3.7.2, 3.8.6 workers’ representatives elections 3.3.4–3.3.5, 3.5.1–3.5.5 safety representatives 3.2.4–3.2.7, 3.7.2, 3.8.6, 3.14.2, 8.9.1, 34.3.1, 34.4.2 advice 3.12.1–3.12.3 investigations and inspections 3.11.2, 3.11.4 powers 3.11.1 problems 3.12.5 recommendations 3.12.4 representations 3.11.3 Safety Representatives and Safety Committee Regulations 1977 3.3.4 safety signs 5.1.1–5.1.3, 6.4.6, 28.1.1, A28.1 colours 5.2.1, 5.4.1, 5.4.2 blue 28.2.8 green 28.2.9–28.2.10 red 28.2.3–28.2.5 yellow 28.2.6–28.2.7 deep fat fryer fires 14.5.9 electrical wiring 28.4.1–28.4.2 emergency escape, first-aid, safe condition A28.1 Part fire fighting A28.1 Part fumigation warning 27.8.6 gas cylinders 23.8.3, 28.5.1–28.5.3 gas detection alarms 14.4.1 languages 5.1.3, 5.2.1, 28.2.13 lifts 21.22.9, 21.22.11 MSCP01/Ch37/Rev6.01/Page 41 of 52 mandatory signs A28.1 Part noise 34.13.11 occasional signs 28.3.1–28.3.4 pipelines 28.6.1–28.6.8 portable fire extinguishers 28.7.1–28.7.5 prohibitory signs A28.1 Part signs and notices 28.2.1–28.2.13 symbols 5.2.1, 5.2.2 warning signs A28.1 Part work equipment 7.20.1, 7.21.1 worker duties 5.4.1–5.4.2 sanction-to-test systems 16.3.1–16.3.3 electrical high voltage systems A16.2.1, 22.15.11–22.15.13, 22.15.16 Satellite Terminal Antenna 22.20.2 saws 20.3.4 meat saws 14.8.1–14.8.8 scaffolding 15.11.1–15.11.7, A15B scalds 7.11.1, 12.4.1, 12.7.7–12.7.9, 14.3.6 footwear 12.7.2, 14.2.1 jetting equipment 20.7.5 steam winches 21.4.3 scuppers 13.2.2, 32.8.3, 32.13.5 security 11.1.1 drug smuggling 11.1.1, 11.7.1 international terrorism 11.4.1 piracy and armed robbery 11.6.1–11.6.5 security levels 11.3.1–11.3.5 Ship Security Plan (SSP) 11.2.1–11.2.4 stowaways 11.5.1 Travel Advice Notices 11.8.1–11.8.2 watches 11.6.4 MSCP01/Ch37/Rev6.01/Page 42 of 52 semi-conductor devices 22.22.1–22.22.5 semi-trailers 32.8.6–32.8.7, 32.9.6 shackles 21.2.2, 21.4.3, 21.15.1, 21.18.2, 29.4.18 Ship Captain’s Medical Guide 12.2.10 Ship Security Officer (SSO) 11.2.1, 11.2.3 Ship Security Plan (SSP) 11.2.1–11.2.4 ship’s whistle 15.2.7 Shipbuilding Industry Standard No SIS A18.1 shoes see footwear SI 2005 No 881 3.14.2 slinging 21.2.10, 29.4.9, 29.4.18 slings 21.12.12, 26.4.6, 29.4.8, 29.4.10, 29.4.12–29.4.16, 29.4.19–29.4.21 slips 14.2.1–14.2.8, 31.1.10, 31.8.2 smoking 8.2.2, 9.2.1, 12.5.3, 12.6.6, 12.7.6, 23.8.3, 29.2.6, 30.1.5 battery compartments 22.16.2 dry-cleaning operations 27.7.1 food preparation and handling 14.1.2 painting 24.3.5 solvents 22.2.5, 22.20.5 vehicle decks 32.2.2 Snap-Back Zones 25.3.10–25.3.13, 25.6.2–25.6.4, A25.1 SOLAS 7.1.3, A18.1 solvents 2.3.2, 4.9.1, 12.6.5, 15.7.11, 22.2.5, 22.20.5 dry-cleaning operations 27.7.1–27.7.3 spanners 20.3.2 sparks 12.7.3, 22.16.5, 22.16.7, 22.16.10, 23.5.1–23.5.3, 23.6.9, 23.7.3, 23.9.15 spectacles 4.4.2, 4.7.2 spillages 8.2.3, 13.1.1, 13.3.2, 30.1.6, 32.13.2 dangerous goods 29.2.12–29.2.13 emergency procedures 10.7.1, 10.7.4–10.7.6 vehicle fuel tanks 32.7.2 spontaneous combustion 9.4.1–9.4.2 MSCP01/Ch37/Rev6.01/Page 43 of 52 sprinkler system 22.2.1 stages 15.2.3, 15.4.1–15.4.10 anchoring points 15.4.7 Stand By Vessels 31.6.1, 31.7.8 Standards see British Standards; International Standards STCW Code 8.1.1, 8.1.2 steam 13.4.3, 15.2.6 boiler maintenance 22.5.3 steam pipes 15.7.2, 22.4.1, 22.4.4 steam-operated machinery 22.4.1 steamboilers 14.3.1–14.3.8 steering gear 22.9.1 stoppers 21.17.1–21.17.4 ropes 20.10.7, 20.10.9, 25.3.15 store rooms 14.9.1–14.9.9 stowage 15.7.12, 29.1.1–29.1.10 containers 29.3.6 cranes 21.9.3 ro-ro ferries 32.8.1–32.8.10 stowaways 11.1.1, 11.5.1 suits 4.4.2 survival craft 10.2.3, 10.2.4 survival craft drills 10.4.1–10.4.21 switchboards 22.4.7, 22.6.1, 22.11.5, 22.15.5 maintenance 22.12.1–22.12.4, 22.13.1 tank vehicles 32.11.2 tankers 30.1.1–30.1.9 chemical carriers 30.4.1–30.4.6 liquefied gas carriers 30.3.1–30.3.4 oil and bulk ore/oil carriers 30.2.1–30.2.3 tanks 15.7.10 MSCP01/Ch37/Rev6.01/Page 44 of 52 filling 15.7.7–15.7.8 lifting 21.19.7 tarpaulins 20.9.3, 26.2.10, 26.4.1, 26.4.4 temperature, extreme 7.11.1–7.11.2 terrorism 11.1.1, 11.4.1 tests alarm bells 14.9.2 atmosphere 17.6.1–17.6.5, 17.13.10 electrical high voltage systems A16.2.1, 22.15.8, 22.15.11–22.15.13, 22.15.16 eye tests 20.11.2 fire drills 10.3.4, 10.3.5 flammable gases and vapours 17.6.8–17.6.11 health surveillance A27.4 hoists 6.3.7 lifting equipment 21.4.3, 21.5.1–21.5.4, 21.20.1–21.20.5 lifting equipment certificates of test 21.5.3, A21.1.1, A21.1.3, A21.1.4, A21.3 lifts 21.22.4 oxygen deficiency 17.6.6–17.6.7, 22.5.5 remote controls 15.7.10, 10.3.4 sanction-to-test systems 16.3.1–16.3.3 survival craft drills 10.4.6–10.4.8 towing equipment 33.3.1–33.3.3 toxic gases 17.6.12–17.6.14 work equipment 7.2.3, 7.3.1 tools 12.7.10 abrasive wheels 20.6.1–20.6.11 accessories 20.4.7 hand tools 20.3.1–20.3.4 hydraulic jacks 20.8.1–20.8.5 hydraulic/pneumatic/high pressure jetting equipment 20.7.1–20.7.7 portable power tools and equipment 20.4.1–20.4.11 safety guards 20.4.8, 20.5.1–20.5.2, 20.5.4, 20.6.7 MSCP01/Ch37/Rev6.01/Page 45 of 52 use of tools 20.2.1–20.2.6 working aloft and outboard 15.2.12–15.2.14 workshop and bench machines (fixed installations) 20.5.1– 20.5.4 towing 25.1.1, 25.5.1–25.5.9 bights 25.5.6 bollards 25.5.5, 25.5.8 connecting and disconnecting towing gear 33.4.1–33.4.4 crew safety during towing operations 33.6.1–33.6.4 Snap-Back Zone 25.5.6 testing and inspection of towing equipment 33.3.1–33.3.3 toxic substances 17.4.5–17.4.10, 17.4.13–17.4.15 exposure 10.6.3, 17.6.12, 27.3.1–27.3.6 toxic chemicals 14.1.18, 17.6.13, 17.11.7, 30.4.2 toxic gases 17.6.12–17.6.14 toxicity of oil cargoes 17.4.2–17.4.4 training see worker information and training transfer of personnel 18.7.5, 21.21.5, 31.6.1, 31.7.1–31.7.9 transit areas 13.3.1–13.3.3 transmitters 22.20.2, 22.20.7, 22.20.9, 22.21.3–22.21.4 Transport Security Directorate (TRANSEC) contact details 11.3.5 Travel Advice Notices 11.8.1–11.8.2 trips 12.7.2, 13.1.1, 13.2.4, 13.4.7, 14.2.1–14.2.8, 18.3.1, 23.9.15 trolleys 19.4.9, 19.4.10, 19.4.12, 23.8.1 trucks 21.19.1–21.19.7 tugs 33.1.1–33.1.2 communication 33.7.1–33.7.2 connecting and disconnecting towing gear 33.4.1–33.4.4 crew safety during towing operations 33.6.1–33.6.4 escorting 33.9.1 interaction 33.8.1–33.8.3 MSCP01/Ch37/Rev6.01/Page 46 of 52 testing and inspection of towing equipment 33.3.1–33.3.3 use of bridal/gog rope 33.5.1 watertight integrity 33.2.1–33.2.2 unloading 6.4.4–6.4.5, 29.1.3 vaccinations 8.4.2, 12.2.9 valves 14.4.5, 15.4.6, 17.5.2, 22.4.1, 22.4.2 gas welding and cutting 23.9.4, 23.9.21 radio 22.22.1–22.22.2 safety valves 20.4.6 vehicle decks 32.1.1, 32.2.1–32.2.5 hydraulic equipment 32.12.6 ventilation 32.3.1–32.3.3 vehicles 6.4.10, 7.24.1 lifting equipment 21.19.1–21.19.7 ro-ro ferries 32.7.1–32.7.3, 32.8.1–32.8.10, 32.9.1–32.9.22, 32.11.1–32.11.4 safe movement 13.7.1–13.7.4 ventilation 2.2.3, 9.3.8, 9.4.2, 22.4.10 enclosed or confined spaces 17.1.3, 17.9.1, 23.2.4, 24.3.4, 26.6.1 fire fighting 10.7.9 refrigeration machinery 15.10.3, 15.10.4 ro-ro ferries 32.3.1–32.3.3 vibration 2.3.2, 34.1.1, 34.2.6, 34.10.1–34.10.2 additional guidance 34.14 determining levels 34.12.1–34.12.7 exposure limits 34.11.1 mitigation 34.13.1–34.13.11 Vibration Regulations 34.11.1, 34.12.3 white finger 20.4.11 visual display units (VDUs) 20.11.1–20.11.7 MSCP01/Ch37/Rev6.01/Page 47 of 52 walkways 6.4.3, 13.3.1, 22.4.6, 32.6.1, 32.6.2, 32.8.3, 32.13.1 waste disposal 8.6.3, 14.1.9, 31.2.5 fire precautions 9.4.1, 9.5.2 water spray systems 10.4.8, 10.4.16 watertight doors 8.1.1, 10.3.8, 13.1.1, 13.4.7, 13.6.1–13.6.6, 14.3.7, 14.6.2, 22.2.3 weather 31.1.1, 31.1.10–31.1.11, 31.2.3, 31.5.3, 31.8.2, 32.8.9 heavy weather 13.9 lifting equipment 21.12.6 working aloft 15.2.3 weighing anchor 25.2.1–25.2.6 welding 7.3.2, 21.2.5 blowpipes 23.9.6, 23.9.12, 23.9.14, 23.9.15, 23.9.18–23.9.20, 23.9.21 earthing of arc welding systems A23.2 electric welding equipment 23.6.1–23.6.13 flashbacks 23.9.7, 23.9.13 gas welding 23.9.1–23.9.22, 23.10.1 hoses 23.9.11–23.9.16, A23.3 pre-use equipment check 23.4.1–23.4.2 precautions during electric arc welding 23.7.1–23.7.10 whiplash 19.4.10, 20.4.6, 25.5.8 winches 21.12.9, 18.6.3, 21.14.1–21.14.4 windlass 25.2.1, 25.2.4, 25.2.5, 31.5.2 work equipment 7.1.1–7.1.4, 20.1.1–20.1.2 abrasive wheels 20.6.1–20.6.11 bulldog grips 20.9.8, A20.1 carrying of workers on mobile equipment 7.22.1–7.22.3, 7.24.2–7.24.3 control systems 7.16.1 controls 7.15.1–7.15.3 dangerous parts 7.8.1–7.8.3 MSCP01/Ch37/Rev6.01/Page 48 of 52 drive units and power take-off shafts 7.27.1–7.27.2 EC requirements 7.7.1–7.7.2 electrical equipment 7.9.1–7.9.2 emergency stop controls 7.14.1 hand tools 20.3.1–20.3.4 high or very low temperatures 7.11.1–7.11.2 hydraulic jacks 20.8.1–20.8.5 hydraulic/pneumatic/high pressure jetting equipment 20.7.1–20.7.7 information and instructions 7.5.1–7.5.2 inspection 7.3.1–7.3.7 isolation from sources of energy 7.17.1–7.17.2 languages 7.5.2, 7.6.4 laundry equipment 20.12.1–20.12.5 lighting 7.19.1 maintenance 7.2.1–7.2.5 markings 7.20.1 overturning of fork-lift trucks 7.23.1–7.23.2 portable power tools and equipment 20.4.1–20.4.11 protection against specified hazards 7.10.1–7.10.2 remote-controlled self-propelled work equipment 7.26.1 ro-ro ferries 32.12.1–32.12.7 ropes 20.9.1–20.9.8, A15C ropes, man-made fibre 20.10.1–20.10.9 safety guards 20.4.8, 20.5.1–20.5.2, 20.5.4, 20.6.7 self-propelled work equipment 7.25.1 specific risks 7.4.1 stability 7.18.1–7.18.2 starting controls 7.12.1–7.12.2 statutory instruments A7.1 stop controls 7.13.1–7.13.2 training 7.6.1–7.6.4, 32.12.2 use of mobile work equipment 7.24.1–7.24.4 MSCP01/Ch37/Rev6.01/Page 49 of 52 use of tools and equipment 20.2.1–20.2.6 visual display units (VDUs) 20.11.1–20.11.7 warnings 7.21.1 workshop and bench machines (fixed installations) 20.5.1– 20.5.4 work systems 15.1.1 boilers 15.8.1–15.8.4 bosun’s chair 15.5.1–15.5.6 cradles and stages 15.4.1–15.4.10 lifts 21.22.8 portable ladders 15.3.1–15.3.7 refrigeration machinery 15.10.1–15.10.4 unmanned machinery spaces 15.9.1–15.9.5, A16.1.1 work in machinery spaces 15.7.1–15.7.12 working aloft and outboard 15.2.1–15.2.14, A16.1.5 working from punts 15.6.1–15.6.4 working on deck while at sea 13.8, 13.9 working overside 15.2.5, 15.2.6, 15.4.5, A16.1.5 worker duties 3.1.1, 12.6.8 boiler maintenance 22.5.4 emergency duties 10.2.3, 10.2.4 hazardous substances 27.3.5, 29.2.9–29.2.10 manual handling 19.4.1–19.4.2 personal protective equipment 4.3.1–4.3.2 physical agents 34.2.5 pollution-prevention 8.1.4 safety induction 8.8.1–8.8.3 safety signs 5.4.1–5.4.2 work equipment 7.28.1 working cargo 29.6.1–29.6.4 worker information and training 1.1.6–1.1.7, 8.1.1, 8.1.4, 34.4.1–34.4.2 MSCP01/Ch37/Rev6.01/Page 50 of 52 cargo handling 30.1.4 confined and enclosed spaces 17.12.1 emergency procedures 30.1.2 manual handling 19.3.3 moveable bulkheads 29.7.5 personal protective equipment 4.2.7 physical agents 34.4.1–34.4.2 watertight doors 13.6.1 work equipment 7.5.1–7.5.2 workshop machines 20.5.1–20.5.4 X-ray radiation 22.20.4 young workers 14.7.6, 15.2.4, 20.12.1 MSCP01/Ch37/Rev6.01/Page 51 of 52
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