SECTION I – FFA CHECKLIST

FFA Fire Extinguisher

A Fire control plan:
(Check Monthly) Date:
1 Location: UP/DK-P UP/DK-S M.SHIP-P M.SHIP-S PORTABLE
2 Only IMO symbols used for identification and updated IMO Graphical symbol to be used in Fire control plans
3 Stowed in water proof container, if external To include crew list and stowage plan
4 Fire plan in good condition, legible and well protected
5 Check inside condition of fire plan container (easy to open, no water accumulation inside)

B Fire man’s outfit:
(Check Monthly) No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 Date:
1 Location SMPEP LKR LKR-B LKR-D LKR-E
2 Fireman’s suit
3 Safety helmet with face shield
4 Safety boots
5 Long sleeve safety glove
6 Safety lantern / flashlight
7 Safety belt
8 Fire axe
9 Lifeline (wire core) & Lifeline instruction
10 Carry case if available to facilitate easy transportation NA NA NA NA
11 IMO Symbol for identification
12 Spare Bottle pressure & quantity
13 Walkie-talkie for firefighting
(to be marked “fire-fighting)” Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4

14 Battery charge condition of walkie-talkie for fire fighting
15 Test fire-fighting walkie-talkie on muster list designated working channel during fire-fighting drill
16 Throat mic for walkie-talkie

C Self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA):
(Check weekly) No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 Remark
1 Location: SMPEP LKR LKR-B LKR-D LKR-E
2 Pressure: 200 bar
3 Alarm working in order
4 Face mask leak check
5 Condition of low-pressure hose
6 Condition of high-pressure hose.

7 Condition of spider band (Set to maximum size for immediate use)
8 Condition of harness and straps
(Set to maximum size for immediate use)
9 Is the relief valve leaking
10 Is visor clean and external condition of SCBA bottle satisfactory Clean visor lightly with soft cloth
11 Spare inventory updated
12 Carry case, if available
NA NA NA NA
13 Weekly Checks as per above to confirm SCBA ready for immediate use Week 1: Week 2:

Week 3: Week 4: Week 5:
14 Last inspection by shore expert. (Panama Flag every 2 years, however recommended yearly) DONE DONE DONE DONE Yearly: 15-MAR-2022
15 Last Hydrostatic Test APRIL
2021 APRIL
2021 APRIL
2021 APRIL
2021 5 Years interval:
09-APR-2021

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D Fire Pumps
(Check Monthly) Fire & GS Fire & Bilge Date:
1 General cosmetic condition
2 Operation test Record Pressure
3 Condition of pressure gauges
4 Gland packing condition
5 Self-priming unit
6 Condition of valves
7 Suction Strainers/ Filter N/A N/A Quarterly Cleaning
8 Verify pump relief valves setting (Annually) YES YES Last date: 07/02/2022
For overhaul of pump and motor refer to PMS

E Emergency fire pump:
(Check Weekly) Week Date: Date:
Date: Date:
Date:
1 2 3 4 5
1 Motive power: 60 KN Electric motor/ Engine
2 Starting instructions displayed and are ship -specific
3 Operational test and general cosmetic condition Pressure: _7.0_Bar or Kg/cm2
4 Condition of gland packing
5 Condition of pressure gauges
6 Condition of valves
7 Self-priming unit
8 Fuel Tank (if engine type) NA NA NA NA NA Topped up
9 Heating System (Space heater) condition
10 Operation of remote-controlled sea suction valve
11 Suction Strainers/ filter condition Quarterly cleaning
12 Function test on emergency power Quarterly.
13 Verify pump relief valves setting Yearly:
14 Test emergency fire pump in ballast condition. At least once during ballast passage
For overhaul of pump / engine / motor refer to PMS

F Fire line, valves & Hydrants:
(Check Monthly) – Date:
1 Fire line piping: condition (free from damage, corrosion, leakage) No doublers permitted. Cosmetic appearance and stencilling.
2 Electrical continuity straps if fitted- condition
3 Hydrants: Hydrant condition (body, valve, spindles, handwheels, painting), hydrant easy to operate, hydrant cap in place, hydrant and hose couplings are matching type, hydrant packing condition (not worn or cracked or missing), hydrant easy to operate, no leakage with valve in closed position. When opening hydrant cap, be aware of built-up residual pressure due to possible fire hydrant leakage and protect yourself.
4 Valves greased and operating freely including isolation valves Renew gland packing if leaking.
5 Expansion Joints (VJ coupling) if fitted- condition N/A
6 Fire Line pressure test annually and stencil of Max working pressure
Test Pressure: 0.70 MPA
Last Tested: 09.01.2023
7 To overhaul all valves and hydrants over a period of 2.5 years Last Overhaul: 08/08/2020
8 Isolation valve marking, IMO Symbol for identification
9 Condition of supports / fixture arrangements
10 Condition of drain cocks

G First aid kit:
(Check Monthly) Bridge Galley ECR CCR/ Office Hospital Date:
1 Location Bridge Galley ECR CCR Hospital
2 Inventory list
3 Any item expiring within next 3 months
Contents as a minimum- Individually wrapped wound plasters, – Medium sterile dressings/compression pads, – Large sterile dressings/compression pads, – Bandages, including Tri-angular bandage, – Cotton wool, – Surgical tape, – Safety pins, – Alcohol wipes, – Eye pads, – Scissors

H Oxygen Resuscitator (portable): (Check Monthly) 1 2 Date:

1 Location CCR HOSPITAL
2 Test operation. Pressure: 200 BAR
3 Guedel passage, (ensure adequate numbers available)
4 Spare cylinders if any NO 01
5 Check operating and cosmetic condition.
6 Instructions available
7 Carry case, IMO Symbol for identification
8 Last refilled 15-Mar-2022 15-Mar-2022 Refill as per manufacturer’s requirements
9 Last pressure test 15-Mar-2022 15-Mar-2022 Pressure test every 5 years

I Oxygen Resuscitator (Fixed): (Check Monthly) – Date:
1 Check operation
2 Are mountings secured (medical oxygen bottle (40 Liter) with flowmeter connected to 2 ports)
3 Check operating and cosmetic condition.
4 Instructions available
5 Spare Cylinder NO

J Stretcher (Neil Robertson): (Check Monthly) Hospital Pump Room Date:
1 Condition of straps
2 Condition of hoisting eye
3 Condition of guiding eyes and guiding line.
4 Cleanliness of the stretcher

K Fire Blanket: (Check Monthly) 1 Date:
1 Location GALLEY
2 Check condition.
3 Storage box, IMO Symbol for identification

L Fixed foam system: (Check Monthly) – Date:
1 Type of Foam PROTEIN FOAM Check Certificate available
2 Foam liquid level to be checked Level/quantity:
3% LOW EXPANSION, DECK: 6700 LTR.
2% HIGH EXPANSION, ENGINE: 1100 LTR
3 Gauge glass clear and cocks/valve not dripping. Graduated scale available:
4 Operating instructions are displayed and are correct.
5 Foam station is clearly marked with IMO Symbol
6 All valves are identified by numbering etc.
7 All valves are greased and free to operate
8 No leaking valves on system
9 Breather valve on tank is operational
10 Pump operation
11 Condition of proportioning valve and pressure gauge

12 Foam Sample has been analysed by shore expert every year and the parameters are within specifications (As per MSC 1/Circ 1312 for low expansion foam & MSC/Circ 670 for High expansion foam) Last Analysed: 16/03/2022

Non-alcohol resistant foam the first test need not be conducted until 3 years after being supplied to the ship.
13 Flow test all water supply and foam Pump for proper pressure and capacity. (Annually)
Note: Ensure all piping is thoroughly flushed with fresh water Last date: 07/02/2022
14 Verify pump relief valve (Annually) Last date: 07/02/2022
15 Suction Strainers/ filter condition (Annually) Last date: 07/02/2022
16 Test foam proportioner to confirm that mixing ratio is within tolerance limit (+30 to -10%) (by shore expert, every 5 year)
(Ref: MEC.1/Circ. 1432 Para 9.2.4) Last date: 16/03/2022

M Foam line piping, valves, Hoses &Hydrants:
(Check Monthly) – Date:
1 Foam line piping: Condition (free from damage, corrosion, leakage) No doublers permitted. Cosmetic appearance and stencilling.
2 Electrical continuity straps if fitted- condition NA
3 Hydrants: Hydrant condition (body, valve, spindles, handwheels, painting), hydrant easy to operate, hydrant cap in place, hydrant and hose couplings are of matching type, hydrant packing condition (not worn or cracked or missing), hydrant easy to operate, no leakage with valve in closed position. When opening hydrant cap, be aware of built-up residual pressure due to possible fire hydrant leakage and protect yourself.
4 Valves greased and operating freely including isolation valves Renew gland packing if leaking.
5 Expansion Joints (VJ coupling) if fitted- condition N/A
6 Foam monitor movement is free to turn in all directions
7 Foam monitor crutch and pin condition
8 Foam monitor test with water from fire mains- 3 monthly Last Done: 10/01/2023
9 Foam Line pressure test annually and stencil of Max working pressure Test Pressure: 0.70 MPA
Last Tested: 10/01/2023
10 Foam Hoses pressure tested (Annually) Last done: 10/01/2023
11 To overhaul all valves and hydrants over a period of 2.5 years Last Overhaul: 08/08/2021
12 Check all discharging piping by compressed air. (Annually) Last done: 10/01/2023
13 Isolation valve marking, IMO Symbol for identification
14 Condition of supports / fixture arrangements
15 Condition of drain cocks

N Fixed fire-fighting system (CO2):
(Check Weekly)
1 2 3 4
1 Verify that control panel indicators are functional by operating the lamp/indicator test switch Week 1: Week 2:
Week 3: Week 4:

2 Verify all control/section valves are in the correct position Week 1: Week 2:
Week 3: Week 4:

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Fixed fire-fighting system (CO2):
(Check Monthly) Date:
1 Check condition of bottles No corrosion
2 Operating instructions are displayed
3 Station is clearly marked
4 Discharge Piping & pneumatic tubing condition
5 Emergency lighting condition and pilot bottle marking is appropriate
5 Pins are in proper position
6 Check Alarm condition
7 Check all stop valves are in close position
8 Check releasing controls are in proper position and readily accessible for immediate use
9 Check pressure gauges are in good condition
10 Test all fuel shut-off controls connected to fire-protection system for proper operation Annual test date:
11 Check manifold, all flexible discharge hoses, and fittings for proper tightness Annual test date:
12 Check warning signs for entrance door and integrity Annual test date:
13 Shore expert inspection, air blow of lines, leakage and contents.
2 Yearly- CO2 Last Done:
14 Control valves for the fixed fire-fighting system has been internally inspected – every 10 years Last Done:
15 Hydrostatic test of CO2 cylinders – Panama Flag vessel- at 20 years first and 10 years thereafter Last Done:
16 Flexible hoses have been changed at least every 10 years Last done:

P Fixed firefighting system- Water spray type:
(Check Monthly) Paint Locker Main Deck (SAMPLE LKR) Date:
1 Condition of piping
2 Condition of nozzles
3 Valves including drain are free to operate
4 Operational Test every year Last Done: 15/03/2022

Q Fixed firefighting system- Hyper Mist System:
(Check Weekly) 1 2 3 4
1 a) Verify all control panel indicators & alarms
b) Visual inspect Pumps units along with all fittings
c) Check pump unit valve positions Week 1:
Week 2:
Week 3:
Week 4:

R Fixed firefighting system- Hyper Mist System:
(Check Monthly) Date:
1 Identify tank and ensure that minimum ROB/level of fresh water kept in designated fresh water supply tank Tank:
Minimum quantity:
2 Check power supply available at the panel and at the pump.
3 Check that the swing check valve at the pump return line to be kept open.
4 Drain valves and test line connections are closed.
5 Test automatic starting arrangements on all system pumps (if designed)
6 Test operation of high-pressure pump, discharging water through the test line -3 months. Last done:10/11/2022
7 Check that the distribution valves are free – 3 months Last done: 10/11/2022
8 Check lube oil level at 3 months NA Last done: NA
9 Check lube oil quality every year NA Last done: NA
10 Check tension in pump driving belt every year NA Last done: NA
11 Clean pump suction strainer every year Last done: 07/02/2022
12 Check pump relief valves are properly set every year
Last done: 07/02/2022
13 Test emergency power supply switchover, if applicable- every year Last done: 07/02/2022
14 Check strainer on the mist nozzle every year Last done: 07/02/2022

S Fire hoses & nozzles: (Attach inventory with details- location, diameter, length, etc))
(Check Monthly) Date:
(Check length as per Fire Plan. In any case E/R hoses shall not be more than 15 meters in length)
1 Condition of hose, check for leaks. Rubber lining gets hard due to heat and damages the hose.
2 Hose coupling are secured correctly Use copper seizing wire and not clips.
3 Couplings and washers/gasket condition (not worn or cracked or missing) The couplings should be compatible with hydrant
4 Adaptors available if not compatible NA
5 Condition of nozzle (free from damage/deformation, easy to operate), coupling and washers/gasket condition (not worn or cracked or missing) Coupling to be compatible with hose.
Nozzle on deck should be spray type
6 Spare hose dia: 50 mm Qty: 02____Coils 7 Spare nozzles dia: __50 mm. Qty: 02
8 Spare coupling dia: 50 mm Type: NAKAJIMA
9 Condition of Hose box (free of structural damage), box cover closing arrangement (as per original arrangement and not makeshift repairs with ropes, nails, etc.), items as required (hose, nozzle, spanner, etc.), IMO Symbol for identification
10 Pressure testing of hoses at yearly intervals Last Done: 12/01/2022

T Foam hoses & Foam Applicators on Main Deck (Check Monthly) Date:
1 Condition of hose, check for leaks. Rubber lining gets hard due to heat and damages the hose.
2 Hose coupling are secured correctly Use copper seizing wire and not band it clips.
3 Couplings and washers/gasket condition (not worn or cracked or missing) The couplings should be compatible
4 Are sufficient adaptors available if not compatible NA
5 Condition of Applicators (easy to operate, free from damage/ deformation), coupling and washers/ gasket condition (not worn or cracked or missing) Coupling to be compatible with hose
6 Pressure testing of hoses at yearly intervals Last Done:

U Portable Foam Ejector (Engine Room)
(Check Monthly) Date:
1 Check condition of ejector and dip tube
2 Check condition of coupling and washer/gasket (not worn or cracked or missing)
3 Check condition of adaptor and washer/gasket (not worn or cracked or missing) If applicable
4 Check Foam compound quantity
5 Fire Hose (if provided) To check for adaptor for fitting the Fire Hose with Fire Hydrant (If applicable)
6 Renew foam or analyse by shore expert every year Last Done: 15/03/2022

V Portable Fire Extinguishers (Attach inventory with details – location, type, size, charging date, etc.)
(Check Monthly) Date:
1 Check if delivery hose & nozzle: Clear and in good condition
2 Check cosmetic condition including the bottom
3 Check if safety pin and seals are intact
4 Check if extinguisher cap is tightly closed Except CO2 extinguisher
5 Check securing arrangement. Should be easy to deploy as well as withstand sea-going conditions
6 If pressurized type extinguisher, check the pressure gauge
7 For 45 kg extinguisher on trolley: check trolley condition and movement, check extinguisher cosmetic condition, check hose condition To check the full length of the discharge hose exterior condition (rubber cracks, heat damage etc). Check availability of spare charge & cartridge
8 For dry powder type extinguishers check that the dry powder is not caked every six months
9 For chemical foam type extinguisher check that the level of liquid is satisfactory, and the bursting disc is intact every six months
NA
10 Extinguishers (except CO2 type) are recharged after fire drills and inventory updated. Check condition of extinguishers thoroughly To discharge 2 extinguishers as a minimum during each drill and refill such that each extinguisher is refilled on a 2-yearly cycle
11 Spare charges are available and expiry date mentioned on the charge. (Powder: If expiry date not mentioned, 6 years from the date of manufacture). 100% spare for the first 10 and 50% spare for the remaining, spares to be topped up as required.
12 Inspection by shore expert carried out every year Last check: 15/03/2022
13 Each extinguisher shall be marked with the followings:
a) Manufacturer name
b) Type & quantity of extinguishing medium
c) Types of fire and rating for which the extinguisher is suitable
d) Approval details
e) Operating instructions in pictorial form and explanatory text
f) Year of manufacture
g) Temperature range
h) Test pressure Fire extinguishers located on deck to be checked for temperature range (To be operable at minus temperature range ).
14 Hydrostatic test including propellant cartridges (at intervals not exceeding 10 years)
Last test: 28/02/2018
15 Inspection card filled in properly

W Public address & General alarm
(Check Weekly)
1 2 3 4 Week 1:
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4

1 Check Operation and that alarm sounds from all the bells and horns
Check light/lamp if fitted
2 Location of push button: BRIDGE Use different location of push button every week. All buttons must be covered in a month
3 Location of push button: FOAM ROOM
4 Location of push button:

5 Location of push button:
6 Check Public address working condition

X Fire Alarm
(Check Weekly) 1 2 3 4 Week 1:
Week 2:
Week 3:
Week 4:

1 Check Operation and that alarm sounds from all the bells and horns Check light/lamp if fitted
2 Location of button/ call point: BRIDGE DECK Use different location of button/call points every week. All buttons/call points must be covered within a month
3 Location of button/ call point: DK-C
4 Location of button/ call point: DK-B
5 Location of button/ call point: DK-A
6 Location of button/ call point: U/DK
7 Location of button/ call point: N2 GEN. FL
8 Location of button/ call point: ECR
9 Location of button/ call point: Bottom FL
10 IMO Symbol for identification

Y Fire Detectors (Flame /Heat / Smoke) – Attach inventory with details- location, type, date tested
(Check Weekly) 1 2 3 4 Week 1:
Week 2
Week 3:
Week 4:

1 Verify all fire detection and fire alarm control panel indicators are functional by operating lamp/ indicator test switch
2 Ensure that fire zone poster as per ship’s specific

Z Fire Detectors (Flame /Heat / Smoke) – Attach inventory with details- location, type, date tested
(Check Monthly) Date: Use appropriate testing gear as per manufacturers manual

1 Test one third of the detectors every month All detectors covered in 3 months
Check availability of non-flammable.
Smoke detector test gas and extension rod
2 IMO Symbol for identification
3 One Fire detector head to be removed in every
zone to generate fault alarm in fire monitoring panel & to verify generation of alarm for the relevant (to fire detector head) zone Zone Monthly

AA Ventilation:
(Check Quarterly) Date:
1 Fire closing mechanism (Dampers) Check if free, stencilling “O” & “S “
2 Mesh condition. Use correct mesh size when renewed
3 General cosmetic condition Stencilling.
4 Condition of rubber packing Not to be covered with paint.
5 Trip test of accommodation ventilation. Location: BRIDGE
6 Trip test of accommodation ventilation. Location: BRIDGE
7 Trip test of engine room blower/fan Location: FIRE CONTROL STATION
8 Trip test of engine room blower/fan Location: FIRE CONTROL STATION
9 Operation of funnel flaps
10 Other trips (specify):
11 Check galley exhaust duct and filters are free of grease- every year Last done: 15/03/2022

BB Quick closing valves:
(Check Weekly / Quarterly) 1 2 3 4 Testing of each valve every quarter
1 Check pressure and no leaks
If air reservoir type
2 Air filling valve is closed if non-return valve is not fitted to avoid depressurizing in case main air bottle is emptied If air reservoir type
3 M.E. Last done: 10/11/2022
4 G.E. Last done: 10/11/2022
5 Emergency generator, if any. Last done: 10/11/2022
6 Aux. Boiler. Last done: 10/11/2022
7 L.O tank. Last done: 10/11/2022
8 F.O. Service tank. Last done: 10/11/2022
9 F.O. Settling tank. Last done: 10/11/2022
10 D.O. Service tank. Last done: 10/11/2022
11 D.O. Settling tank. NA Last done: NA
12 Purifier. Last done: 10/11/2022
13 Others, if any. NA Last done: NA
14 Others, if any. NA Last done: NA

CC International shore connection (ISC): (Check Quarterly) 1 2 Consisting of 1 number connection + 2 nos rubber gaskets + 4 pcs lightly greased nut/bolts + 8 washers + 2 spanners contained in a box with labelling and IMO symbol at location of box.
1 Location (As per FFA Plan + additional at manifold) FOAM ROOM MANI FOLD
2 Checked condition and verify contents

DD Emergency Escape Breathing Device (EEBD): (Check Weekly) 1 2 3 4 Week 1: Week 2:
Week 3: Week 4:

1 Location: BRIDGE 1.) The pressure indicator is normal
2.) The seal and firing pin are intact.
3.) Protective case zipper is smooth to operate.
4.) The hood, screen and hose condition is normal and not damaged due to heat.
2 Location: B-DK
3 Location: A-DK
4 Location: FOAM ROOM
5 Location: FOAM ROOM
6 Location: ECR
7 Location: ECR
8 Location: PUMP ROOM
9 Location: ENGINE ROOM
10 Inspected by Shore expert at yearly intervals Last Done: 15/03/2022
11 Hydrostatic tested every 5 years Last Done: 09/04/2021

EE Breathing Air Compressor:
(Check Monthly) Date:
1 Check that the operating instructions are available at site (in English)
2 Update the running hours
3 Operation check Ensure pressure gauge is working
4 Check intake filter condition Last renewed: 02-02-2022
5 Protection over moving parts in good condition
6 Sound protection (earmuffs) available
7 Carry out PMS as per Manufacturer’s instruction manual
8 Check quality of air at yearly intervals – Oil, CO2 & CO Last Checked: 26/08/2022
9 Check the condition of Fresh air intake portable hose
10 Required spare parts available

FF Emergency Escapes:
(Check Monthly) Engine Room ECR Date:
1 Location
1 Check lighting
2 Check condition of insulation / Fire protection where necessary.
3 Check for direction arrows, IMO Symbol for identification etc.

GG Fire Doors:
(Check Monthly) Date:
1 Check operation of door closers. Adjust door speed for a slam shut
2 Condition of wire resistant door packing. Check for corrosion, buckling etc.
3 Remove hold back hooks, if any NA
4 Condition of door and frame Check for bend, distortion, door frame gaps
5 Hinges lubricated.
6 Stencilled (Keep Closed)
7 Operating instruction for operating fire door (Hydraulic fire door in-between engine room and emergency steering flat) N/A
8 Check Oil level (Hydraulic fire door in-between engine room and emergency steering flat) N/A
9 Check operational condition along with local alarm system (Hydraulic fire door in-between engine room and emergency steering flat) N/A
10 Check Ram for Hydraulic oil leakage (Hydraulic fire door in-between engine room and emergency steering flat) N/A

HH Other IMO Symbols
(Check Monthly) Date:
1 Check for missing IMO symbols
2 Check Condition
3 List of spare symbols updated

II Inventory of spares:
(Check Monthly) Date:
1 Check stock for minimum ROB
2 Are requisitions available to support low ROB
3 Spares & extra equipment checked/inventory updated

JJ Bunk cards:
(Check Monthly) Date:
1 Check if any missing. In lieu of near the bed inside the cabin, these cards can be displayed near the cabin doors
2 Are the emergency duties up-to-date.as per muster list

Remarks:
Note: Entry in Deck Log Book: “Weekly / Monthly inspections carried out as per SOLAS Chapter II/2, Regulations 14 and MSC.1/Cir.1432”.

Refer to Section 2 for Checklist of Chemical Protective Gear

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Checked By Chief Officer Master
SECTION II- CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE GEAR CHECKLIST

A Chemical Protective Suit
(Check Monthly) No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 Date:
1 Location SMPEP MANIFOLD MANIFOLD At least 1 in cargo pumproom
2 Protective suit
3 Tight fitting goggles or shield
4 Safety boots
5 Long sleeve safety glove
6 Safety lantern / flashlight.
7 Fire proof life line (wire core)
8 Belt for above (chemical resistant)
9 In case of Drager type suit with integral gloves & shoes to be tested at yearly intervals Last done: 15/03/2022

B Self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA):
(Check Weekly) Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4
1 Check SCBA are ready for immediate use

C Self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA):
(Check Monthly) No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 Date:
1 Location: SMPEP MANIFOLD MANIFOLD
2 Pressure: 200 bar
3 Alarm working good
4 Face mask leak check Clean with disinfectant (consult maker guidance).
Check hygiene condition
5 Condition of low-pressure hose
6 Condition of high-pressure hose.
7 Condition of spider band (Set to maximum size for immediate use.)
8 Condition of harness and straps (Set to maximum size for immediate use)
9 Is the relief valve leaking
10 Is visor clean and external condition of SCBA bottle satisfactory Clean visor lightly with soft cloth.
11 Spare bottles, Pressure &quantity.
12 Spare inventory updated.
13 Carry case, if available. NA NA NA
14 Last inspection by shore expert. 15/03/22 15/03/22 15/03/22 Every Year
15 Last Hydrostatic Test 09/04/21 09/04/21 09/04/21 5 Years interval

D Cabin Escape Sets – Attach inventory with details- type, location:
(Check Monthly) (If provided onboard)
Date:
1 Pressure is within 90% of working pressure Pressure: 200 BAR
2 Face mask leak check
3 Condition of hose
4 Condition of spider band (Set to maximum size for immediate use.)
5 Condition of harness and straps (Set to maximum size for immediate use)
6 Is the relief valve leaking
7 Is visor clean
8 Carry case, if available. NA
9 Last inspection by shore expert. 15/03/22 Every year
10 Last Hydrostatic Test 09/04/21 5 Years interval

E Extra chemical protective suits, aprons, flange shields for use at manifold – Provide details below and carry out condition check
(Check Monthly) (If provided onboard)
Date:
TRELL CHEM: CHEMICAL SUIT 06 NOS
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING 03 SET
GLOVES 03 PAIR
HOOD 06 NOS
SAFETY BOOT 02 PAIR

Remarks: See FFA checklist for BA compressor.

NOTE: On completion of inspection, make an entry in deck logbook: “Monthly inspection of Chemical protective gear carried out as per IBC Ch-14, SMS Manual M04, Appendix 7 (Section II)”.

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