Last updated 02/12/2019
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The safety management system, as implemented on board, fails to ensure the vessel is prepared for an emergency and effective maintenance of the ship and equipment, as evidenced by all engine room ventilation fans defective and all quick acting cleats seized and unable to operate on cargo hold hatch covers 2, 4, 6 and 8
Engine room fan rooms ventilation trunk deck penetration in way of flexible distance piece below fire damper for no. 3 and 4 fan (D deck) and engine room fan room on A deck within the engine room casing—fan trunking between deck penetration and fan motor and fire damper assembly of no. 2 ventilation fan distance piece fabric deteriorated and torn apart/holed
Emergency generator defective. Oily water separator defective
Emergency diesel generator not connecting to ESWB after 1:15 minutes when tested
Emergency fire pump defective
The safety management system as implemented fails to adequately satisfy the requirements of the ISM Code related to shipboard operations, emergency preparedness and maintenance of ship and equipment, as evidenced by the fact the crew were unable to demonstrate the operation of oily water separator, unable to demonstrate the operation of funnel fire dampers, the rescue boat outboard motor—cooling water flow could not be demonstrated, several emergency lights (more than 10) defective at outside of accommodation and in the engine room, all ENCs which are required for the intended voyage not corrected up to date and some expired (including ENC for current port—Port Hedland) since several weeks ago and all digitally admiralty sailing direction (NP13, NP33, NP34, NP32A and NP32B) which are required for the intended voyage not corrected up to date
Oily water separator defective and sewage treatment plant defective
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