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January 21, 2021

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Week 03 2021: Top picks from this week’s latest publication releases

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This week’s New Editions

Top 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.

US NOAA’s Tide Tables – East and Gulf Coasts of the United States including the Bahamas and Caribbean Islands
Recommended for all vessels trading in the US East CoastNOAA’s Tide Tables and Tidal Current tables are used by mariners for navigation. They contain tide and/or tidal current predictions and associated information produced by and obtained from the Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Service.
US NOAA’s Tide Tables – West Coast of the United States including the Hawaiian Island and U.S. Territories in the Pacific
Recommended for all vessels trading in the US West Coast
NOAA’s Tide Tables and Tidal Current tables are used by mariners for navigation. They contain tide and/or tidal current predictions and associated information produced by and obtained from the Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Service.
US NOAA’s Tidal Current Tables – Atlantic and Gulf Coasts of the United States
Recommended for all vessels trading in Atlantic and Gulf Coast of US NOAA’s Tide Tables and Tidal Current tables are used by mariners for navigation. They contain tide and/or tidal current predictions and associated information produced by and obtained from the Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Service.
US NOAA’s Tidal Current Tables – Pacific Coast of the United States including the Hawaiian Islands
Recommended for all vessels trading in Pacific Coast of US
NOAA’s Tide Tables and Tidal Current tables are used by mariners for navigation. They contain tide and/or tidal current predictions and associated information produced by and obtained from the Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Service.
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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IMO Poster – IMDG Code Labels, Marks & Signs
Recommended for all vessels carrying IMDG
This updated full-colour wall chart now illustrates the labels, marks and signs required under SOLAS and detailed in the IMDG Code.
A Guide for Correct Entries in the ORB Part I – Machinery Space Operations
Recommended for all vessels
 This guide is designed to help ship operators correctly fill out the Oil Record Book Part I (ORB). The fourth edition has been updated to incorporate several regulatory and legislative amendments, including revisions to MARPOL 73/78.

This fourth edition of Part I of the ORB contains:

a) instructions and interpretations on how to properly record all related operations as per MARPOL 73/78, Annex I, Regulation 17;

b)  a list of operations to be recorded;

c) frequently found failures or mistakes;

d) detailed examples for all related operations

IMO 200E IMDG Code 2020 Edition (Amendment 40-20) – Dec 2020
Essential for vessels with DG Cargo onboardThis 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.
IMO 210E IMDG Code Supplements – Jan 2021
Essential for vessels with DG Cargo onboardThe 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. 

A Guide for Correct Entries in the ORB Part II – Cargo/Ballast Operations
Recommended for all Oil Tankers This guide is designed to provide simple and clear advice for the proper and consistent completion of the Oil Record Book (Part II – Cargo/Ballast Operations) for oil tankers, as stipulated by Regulation 36 and Appendix III of Annex I of MARPOL 73/78.

The Guide consists of the following:

• General requirements and instructions for making entries in the ORB Part II, as set out in Section 3;

• List of items to be recorded in the ORB Part II, as set out in Section 4; and

• Detailed model examples of the ORB Part II entries for commonly used cargo/ballast operations, as set out in Section 5.

• Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and answers on items that either bring further clarification to examples provided in the Guide, or bring clarification on a few situations where INTERTANKO could provide an opinion but refrains from providing a guidance.

SIGTTO – LNG Shipping Suggested Competency Standards
Recommended for all LNG vessels 

This document is written at a level suitable for organizations involved in training officers for LNG cargo operations. The high-level nature of the content is directed at a reader who is technically qualified and experienced in the subject of training and LNG operations.These suggested standards are useful for all types of LNG carriers, regardless of size. They are relevant to any officer that is involved in the entire LNG cargo cycle operation, including the role of cargo engineer.

It is the responsibility of the owner to decide the appropriate level and type of training required, as part of a formal competence management system. Additional training, not covered by this document, may be required for specific operations or equipment.

INTERTANKO – Guide to LNG Chartering
Recommended for all LNG Owners and Managers 

This Guide has been developed to provide INTERTANKO Members and a wider audience with an overview of the commercial and legal aspects of the carriage of liquefied natural gas (LNG) by sea.This Guide aims to provide some practical assistance to commercial teams in the growing LNG shipping markets, at a time when the LNG industry is moving substantially away from its traditional structures and contract matrices. It is change which has created the need, as increasingly is becoming necessary, for commercial operators of LNG carriers to understand the contractual issues and financial consequences of the vessels separately to the overall outcome for a large LNG project, or portfolio of LNG contracts.

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OUTFIT MANAGEMENT TABLE
Forthcoming New Admiralty Charts/New Edition Charts to be Published in in Week 03
Chart

Title

Chart Title NE/NC Date
IN313 India – East Coast, Māmallapuram to Point Pudi NE 21.01.2021
IN351 International Chart Series, India – East Coast, Pārādip to Pussur River NE 21.01.2021
IN352 International Chart Series, India – East Coast, Gopālpur to Pārādip NE 21.01.2021
IN2068 India -West Coast, Gulf of Kachchh, Deep Water Route NE 21.01.2021
302 International Chart Series, Mediterranean Sea, Egypt, Approaches to Al Iskandarīyah (Alexandria) NE 21.01.2021
2578 International Chart Series, Mediterranean Sea, Egypt, Mīnā’ Dumyāţ (Damietta Port) to Port Said (Būr Sa’īd) NE 21.01.2021
2725 Ireland – North West Coast, Blacksod Bay to Tory Island NE 21.01.2021
3337 England – East Coast, River Thames, Margaret Ness to Tower Bridge NE 21.01.2021
NZ5322 New Zealand, North Island – East Coast, Auckland Harbour East NE 21.01.2021
NZ5323 New Zealand, North Island – East Coast, Auckland Harbour West NE 21.01.2021
Forthcoming Charts to be Withdrawn in Week 03
Chart Number Chart Title Replacement Chart Number
302 International Chart Series, Mediterranean Sea, Egypt, Approaches to Al Iskandarīyah (Alexandria) 302
321 International Chart Series, India – East Coast, Gopālpur To Pārādip IN352
814 Bay of Bengal, India and Bangladesh, The Sandheads, Pārādip to Raimangal River IN351
2578 International Chart Series, Mediterranean Sea, Egypt, Mīnā’ Dumyāţ (Damietta Port) to Port Said (Būr Sa’īd). 2578
2725 Ireland – North West Coast, Blacksod Bay to Tory Island 2725
3337 England – East Coast, River Thames, Margaret Ness to Tower Bridge 3337
NZ5322 New Zealand, North Island – East Coast, Auckland Harbour East NZ5322
NZ5323 New Zealand, North Island – East Coast, Auckland Harbour West NZ5323
241 International Chart Series, Mediterranean Sea, Egypt, Outer Approaches to Port Said (Būr Sa’īd) Withdrawn
3119 International Chart Series, Mediterranean Sea, Egypt, Mīnā’ Al Iskandarīyah (Port of Alexandria) Withdrawn
3326 Mediterranean Sea, Egypt, Mersa El Hamra Withdrawn
8055 Port Approach Guide, Mīnā’ Al Iskandarīyah (Port of Alexandria) Withdrawn

 

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