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16.6.3 Documentation:


n When carrying dangerous goods, a full manifest of the cargo should be retained ashore by the Vessel’s owner/operator, or designated person [ashore], in case of an incident. The manifest should contain the UN Number, Proper Shipping Name, Packing Group and Quantity for each dangerous good being carried. The designated person ashore should have a list of contact numbers for the emergency services and relevant manufacturers/suppliers of the dangerous goods. The designated person should be employed by the Code vessel’s owner and be aware of the details of the voyage. Prior to accepting back-loaded cargoes, the designated person should establish that their carriage will be in compliance with this Code.


16.6.4 Emergency and spillage procedures:


n When dangerous goods are carried, details of the emergency firefighting equipment and First Aid medical pro- cedures should be provided as per the risk based assessment of need, and practicalities of the MASS design and operation. The IMDG Code and its supplement may give guidance on such items, to ensure that if an emergency occurs, it can be dealt with effectively by any attending support or safety team.


16.6.5 Fixed and Portable Fire Fighting Equipment.:


n The requirement should be assessed on categorisation, size, and level of autonomy. When operating MASS with ‘partial manning’. fixed and portable Fire Fighting equipment must provide a minimum of manned vessels equivalence.


16.6.6 First Aid Kit Requirements:


n Although the vessel is by definition to be usually unmanned, the provisions of Annex 4 – “Medicines to be carried on ships carrying dangerous cargoes” to MSN 1768 (M+F), should be taken into consideration when carrying dangerous goods, to account for loading / unloading requirements, and/or any periods of manned contact.


n When a vessel is carrying a dangerous substance or substances, in quantities in excess of those defined in column 7 of the Dangerous Goods list of the IMDG Code, as whole or part of the cargo, the Operators must ensure the correct antidote to the substance (plus the necessary ancillary equipment e.g. syringes) is carried to account for loading/unloading requirements and or any periods of manned contact.


16.7 Transfer Arrangements of MGO, UN1202, from Designated Tanks


16.7.1 Careful consideration should be taken with regard to meeting MARPOL regulations and MASS equivalence of Duty of Care. Vessels which are adapted and used for the transfer of MGO from designated oil fuel tanks to other external facilities (e.g. a wind turbine) should demonstrate that they comply with MARPOL’s requirements as far as practically possible taking into account that pollution of the seas is an offence. All existing manned equivalence measures must be adhered together with the requirement to demonstrate MARPOL compliance with regard to a full risk assessment carried out for the particular vessel and operation, including but not limited to, the hose not breaking free, pollution, fire safety and training of the shore based operators.


16.7.2 Vessels should have operating procedures covering the loading, discharging and transferring of fuel, which should include safe use of the MASS equipment to minimise fire risks and pollution, and use of Safety Data Sheets (SDS).


16.7.3 The installation should be surveyed by the Recognised Organisation and the vessel’s Certification should be endorsed to permit this operation.


76 Being a Responsible Industry: An Industry Code of Practice


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