Week 45: Top picks from this week’s latest publication releases
|This week’s New Editions
picks from this week’s latest maritime publication releases and important regulatory guidance for each title to help you decide if it’s requirement for your vessels.
|WITH595 – Dynamic Positioning: Theory & Practices, 2nd Edition
This book bridges the knowledge gap between the users of dynamic positioning (DP) and the knowledge encapsulated in sources such as DP system manuals, onboard documentation, IMO publications, class society rules and regulations, IMCA guidelines and research papers. This book has been updated to MSC.1/Circ.1580 and its text is quoted in italics.
In this second edition, a chapter on DP incident investigation has been added, an important function for SDPOs. The scope of Chapters 17–23 on mission-specific operations has been broadened to enable bespoke project planning. These chapters in Part V should be read in conjunction with chapters in Part I dealing with generic DP operations.
|STS Service Provider Management and Self Assessment, Second Edition 2020 – Nov 2020
Recommended for Ships engaged in STS Operations and her ManagementOCIMF’s STS Service Provider Management and Self-Assessment is an important tool that helps Ship to Ship Service Providers assess, measure and improve the safety and effectiveness of their management systems. This second edition has been updated to reflect current legislation, expectations and emerging issues and incorporates feedback from STS Service Providers and users of the first edition. It is based on the principles of the Tanker Management and Self-Assessment (TMSA 3) programme that was revised in 2017.Key updates to this edition:
• Where applicable, the elements have been aligned with TMSA 3
• A new element has been added that covers Maritime Security
• The ‘Reliability and Maintenance of STS Equipment’, the ‘Due Diligence Regarding Transhipment Locations’ and the ‘STS Operations’ elements have been expanded to include new sections
• The ‘Environmental and Energy Management’ element now incorporates the OCIMF Energy Efficiency and Fuel Management paper that was a supplement to TMSA 2
• Elements have been streamlined and merged to improve consistency and make self assessment easier
• The best practice guidance has been expanded to complement the key performance indicators and revised to remove ambiguity and duplication.
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|IMO 200E IMDG Code 2020 Edition (Amendment 40-20) – Dec 2020
Essential for vessels with DG Cargo onboardThe IMDG Code lays down basic principles: detailed recommendations for individual substances, materials and articles, and a number of recommendations for good operational practice, including advice on terminology, packing, labelling, stowage, segregation and handling, and emergency response action.Every two years the IMDG Code 2-volume publication is updated and amended. The 40th Amendment (2020) of the IMDG Code will come into force on 1 January 2022 for two years and may be applied voluntarily from 1 January 2021.
|IMO 210E IMDG Code Supplements – Jan 2021
Essential for vessels with DG Cargo onboard The International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code relates to the safe carriage of dangerous goods by sea, but does not include all details of procedures for packing of dangerous goods or actions to take in the event of an emergency or accident involving personnel who handle goods at sea. These aspects are covered by the publications that are associated with the IMDG Code, included in this Supplement.The Supplement also includes texts of the Medical First Aid Guide, descriptions of the reporting procedures for incidents involving dangerous goods, harmful substances and/or marine pollutants, the IMO/ILO/UNECE Guidelines for packing of cargo transport units, the International Code for the Safe Carriage of Packaged Irradiated Nuclear Fuel, Plutonium and High-Level Radioactive Wastes on board Ships and other appropriate Assembly resolutions, resolutions and circulars of the Maritime Safety Committee and circulars of the Facilitation Committee and of the Sub-Committee on Dangerous Goods, Solid Cargoes and Containers.
|Course Criteria for Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS) Simulator Training, 3rd Edition
This document provides the requirements for Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS) certification, set out in Chapter II of the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) International Convention of Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, 1978 (STCW Convention), as amended and corresponding sections of the STCW Code.
Training courses developed in line with these criteria and delivered at centres approved by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA), will cover the mandatory minimum requirements for the safe use of ECDIS.
This new edition supersedes and updates the previous edition Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS) Simulator Training, 2nd Edition
IMO 265E ESP Code 2020 – Nov 2020
|WITH 213 – Passage Planning Guide – Straits of Malacca and Singapore, (PPG – SOMS 2021 Edition) – Dec 2020
This 2021 edition of the Passage Planning Guide Straits of Malacca and Singapore (SOMS) has been completely revised to incorporate the latest guidance and practical advice for ships transiting the region. This comprehensive guide contains the latest navigational guidance and practical advice for the region including details of traffic hotspots, Straits Pilot Services, TSS and VTS information.
|WITH 284 – Ballast Water Management 11th Edition – Nov 2020
This 11th edition of ‘Ballast Water Management’ sets out the current international and national ballast water legislation and provides essential information on compliance.
It discusses the various treatment options available and summarises the IMO and USCG Type Approved BWMS currently on the market.
It also highlights the significant date of 28th October 2020, after which point only BWMS with revised 2016 G8/BWMS Code Type Approval are permitted to be installed on ships.
A key feature of this new edition is a set of data sheets setting out BWMS that meet these revised standards. These data sheets present System Design Limitations, which are essential aids to shipowners when evaluating and selecting a BWMS.
|WITH 649 – Ship Stability Strength and Loading Principles, Second Edition 2020 – Nov 2020
Recommended for all vessels This book is a clear, instructive guide to ship stability for anyone studying to become certified to Mate/Master or officer of the watch (OOW) level.The book covers the following areas:• The ship stability syllabus requirements for learners studying for a STCW 78 as amended OFFICER IN CHARGE OF NAVIGATIONAL WATCH REG• The ship stability syllabus requirements for learners studying for a STCW 78 as amended CHIEF MATE/MASTER REG. II/2 (UNLIMITED) certificate of competency
• The principles of ship construction, as necessary to understand the nature of the stresses to which a ship’s hull will be subjected in service.
This new edition supersedes: Ship Stability Mates/Masters and Ship Stability OOW
|WITH 104 – ICS Tanker Safety Guide (Chemicals), 5th Edition – Jan 2021
Recommended for Chemical TankersThe ICS Tanker Safety Guide (Chemicals) is the standard reference work for chemical tankers. Now in its fifth edition, the Guide provides chemical tanker operators and crew with up-to-date best practice guidance for safe and pollution-free operations on chemical tankers and oil tankers carrying chemical cargoes in accordance with MARPOL Annex II.The fifth edition contains valuable new guidance on key safety issues and operations, is fully aligned with ISGOTT: International Safety Guide for Oil Tankers and Terminals, Sixth Edition and provides new and improved ship/shore safety checklists. It should be carried on all chemical tankers and should be readily accessible by anyone involved in the carriage of chemicals on ships, including ship operators, cargo interests, training institutes and terminal operators.
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|OUTFIT MANAGEMENT TABLE|
|Forthcoming New Admiralty Charts/New Edition Charts to be Published in Week 45|
|45||Mediterranean Sea, Gibraltar Harbour||NE||05.11.2020|
|347||China – Zhu Jiang, Huangpu to Guangzhou Shi||NE||05.11.2020|
|1975||England – East Coast, Thames Estuary, Northern Part||NE||05.11.2020|
|1985||Mediterranean Sea, Ajaccio to Oristano including Bonifacio Strait||NE||05.11.2020|
|1992||Mediterranean Sea, Porto Vecchio to Arbatax including Bonifacio Strait||NE||05.11.2020|
|2413||China – East China Sea, Songxia Gang||NE||05.11.2020|
|4032||Port of Singapore, Sinki Fairway||NE||05.11.2020|
|4034||Port of Singapore, East Jurong Channel, Pasir Panjang Terminal and West Keppel Fairway||NE||05.11.2020|
|4150||Republic of South Africa, South West Coast, Table Bay to Valsbaai||NE||05.11.2020|
|4151||International Chart Series, Republic of South Africa, South West Coast, Cape Deseada to Table Bay||NE||05.11.2020|
|4153||nternational Chart Series, Republic of South Africa, South Coast, Cape Agulhas to Cape St Blaize||NE||05.11.2020|
|IN202||India -West Coast, Jakhāu to Dwārka||NE||05.11.2020|
|IN211||India -West Coast, Satpati to Dighi Harbour||NE||05.11.2020|
|IN2015||International Chart Series, India – West Coast, Port of Mumbai||NE||05.11.2020|
|IN2076||International Chart Series, India – West Coast, Jawaharlal Nehru Port and Trombay||NE||05.11.2020|
|IN3012||International Chart Series, India – East Coast, Visākhapatnam Harbour||NE||05.11.2020|
|Forthcoming Charts to be Withdrawn in Week 45|
|Chart Number||Chart Title||Replacement Chart Number|
|45||Mediterranean Sea, Gibraltar Harbour||45|
|347||China – Zhu Jiang, Huangpu to Guangzhou Shi||347|
|1975||England – East Coast, Thames Estuary, Northern Part||1975|
|1985||Mediterranean Sea, Ajaccio to Oristano including Bonifacio Strait||1985|
|1992||Mediterranean Sea, Porto Vecchio to Arbatax including Bonifacio Strait||1992|
|2413||China – East China Sea, Songxia Gang||2413|
|4032||Port of Singapore, Sinki Fairway||4032|
|4034||Port of Singapore, East Jurong Channel, Pasir Panjang Terminal and West Keppel Fairway||4034|
|4150||Republic of South Africa, South West Coast, Table Bay to Valsbaai||4150|
|4151||International Chart Series, Republic of South Africa, South West Coast, Cape Deseada to Table Bay||4151|
|4153||International Chart Series, Republic of South Africa, South Coast, Cape Agulhas to Cape St Blaize||4153|
|IN202||India – West Coast, Jakhāu to Dwārka||IN202|
|IN211||India – West Coast, Satpati to Dighi Harbour||IN211|
|IN2015||International Chart Series, India – West Coast, Port of Mumbai||IN2015|
|IN2076||International Chart Series, India – West Coast, Jawaharlal Nehru Port and Trombay||IN2076|
|IN3012||International Chart Series, India – East Coast, Visākhapatnam Harbour||IN3012|
|Forthcoming New Edition Publications to be Published in Week 45|
|ADMIRALTY Sailing Directions.
Mediterranean Pilot Volume 3 (Seventeenth Edition) 2020.
ISBN Number: 978-0-70-774-5756
|29/10/20||Updated to Week 31/20 (30/07/20) First updates in NM week 44/20. This edition supersedes NP47 (Sixteenth
Edition 2017) which is cancelled
|NP79||ADMIRALTY List of Lights and Fog Signals Volume F 2020 North-East Indian Ocean, Central part of South China and Eastern Archipelagic Seas
(North of the Equator), excluding China, and South-West part of Philippine Sea.
ISBN Number: 978-0-70-772-4195
|29/10/20||Updated to NM Week 39/20
(24/09/20). First updates in NM Week 44/20. Volume F 2019/20 is cancelled
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