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its risk level and cargo. The appropriate authorities should be informed as soon as it is agreed by the Master and operators that the Emergency Situation exists.


13.13.2 Procedures for responding to emergency situations should be clearly established. These may include but are not limited to:


n Loss of Control of MASS for a critical time period; n Fire; n Collision; n Grounding; n Flood; n Violent act; n Main propulsion or steering failure; n Man overboard (if vessel manned); n Abandon MASS procedure (if vessel manned).


13.13.3 Checklists/Aide Memoirs may be useful in this regard onboard the MASS and at control stations. 13.13.4 The roles and responsibilities of all personnel in an emergency situation should be defined and recorded.


13.13.5 The safety management system should provide for measures ensuring that the Operator’s organization can respond at any time to hazards, accidents and emergency situations involving its MASS. This is particularly important during unmanned periods of operation.


13.13.6 It is essential that there is the ability to communicate with the emergency services via the controlling shore control stations/vessel.


13.13.7 Preparation for emergency situations requires careful consideration and planning. All new and existing personnel should undertake suitable and sufficient training for each of the emergency scenarios. A programme of drills and exercises to react for emergency actions should be incorporated into any vessel management plan.


13.13.8 Any exercises conducted should be recorded. This record should include the names of those who participated. 13.14 Personnel and Training


13.14.1 All personnel should receive training appropriate to the tasks they undertake. It is the responsibility of the Operator to ensure that this training is given, and that the personnel have an understanding of the relevant regulations and rules. This training should be recorded in the MASS Operators Training Record Book (see Chapter 10).


13.14.2 As a minimum, this means:


n For the Operator, the relevant qualifications; n For the crew, relevant qualifications and any additional training appropriate to their designated duties.


13.14.3 Training needs analysis should be conducted regularly for identifying any training, which may be required in support of the SMS and ensure that such training is provided for all personnel concerned.


13.14.4 Relevant information on the SMS should be distributed to all personnel in a clear, concise manner, which should include considerations of language.


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