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13.10.2 Alternatively, in a smaller MASS, the record could take any suitable form. These could include a diary, as distinct from a specially printed logbook, or a shore/remote pick up data-logger.


13.10.3 Whatever form the record takes, such entries should be accepted as evidence of compliance with the Shore- Side, On Board, Remote Procedural requirements.


13.10.4 The various tasks, once defined, should only be assigned to qualified personnel. 13.11 Lines of Communication between Personnel, Ashore and Afloat


13.11.1 Clear lines of communication detailing reporting routes and lines of authority should be established. This can be produced as a simple line diagram but should, as part of the system, be documented and kept up to date


13.11.2 The responsibilities and authority of each employee should be clear. The communications policy should contain the means of communication both in normal and emergency situations and for unmanned vessels should incorporate the means and methods of communication to third parties and stakeholders that may be affected by the MASS.


13.12 Procedures for Reporting Accidents


13.12.1 All accidents and near misses/dangerous occurrences should be reported to the management regardless of the incident size and its severity. The method for reporting of accidents should be well understood by all personnel. This in turn will improve the safety culture practiced through the Operator.


13.12.2 MASS operating under this Code should report any accidents to the Recognised Organisation and the Operator should therefore have a procedure in place to achieve this requirement.


13.12.3 The accident reporting system should be well documented, with all records retained as per Operator policy for the retention of records.


13.12.4 The system should include procedures ensuring that accidents and hazardous situations are reported to the Operator. After initial actions are completed to safeguard individuals or equipment, an investigation should be conducted. The incident results are to be analysed and recorded, with the appropriate measures subsequently implemented to improve safety and pollution prevention.


13.12.5 This procedure should also include any identified non-conformities to the standards followed after audit or through general observation.


13.12.6 The Operator should establish procedures for the implementation of corrective action, including measures intended to prevent recurrence.


13.13 Procedures for Responding to Emergency Situations


13.13.1 The risk assessment and hazard identification system process should identify potential emergency MASS situations. Safe systems of work and procedures should then be developed to respond to them. An Emergency Situation should be considered to have occurred when a signal has not been received by the MASS for a critical time period. This critical time period will be related to, but not dependent upon, the MASS last confirmed location,


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