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Onboard Routine Maintenance Check Sheet

February 2009

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Our Mission
The mission of ABS is to serve the public interest as well as the
needs of our clients by promoting the security of life, property
and the natural environment primarily through the development
and verifi cation of standards for the design, construction and
operational maintenance of marine-related facilities.

Quality & Environmental Policy

It is the policy of the American Bureau of Shipping to be
responsive to the individual and collective needs of our clients
as well as those of the public at large, to provide quality services
in support of our mission, and to provide our services consistent
with international standards developed to avoid, reduce or
control pollution to the
environment.

All of our client commitments, supporting actions, and services
delivered must be recognized as expressions of Quality. We
pledge to monitor our performance as an on-going activity and
to strive for continuous improvement.

We commit to operate consistent with applicable environmental
legislation and regulations and to provide a framework for
establishing and reviewing environmental objectives and
targets.

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ONBOARD ROUTINE MAINTENANCE CHECK SHEET

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Lifeboats/Rescue Boats (Continued) OK FIX N/A Comments
For rescue boats, have the weathertight stowage
lockers for small equipment been examined and found
satisfactory?



Are water-resistant instructions for starting/operating
the engines provided in a conspicuous place?

Have the starter batteries and the means for
recharging all batteries for all engine and searchlights
been examined, tested and found satisfactory?



Are lifeboat davits in satisfactory condition, including
hand cranks, winches, sheaves, brakes, wheels,
blocks and other associated fittings?



Are lifeboats correctly stowed in davit?
Is free fall lifeboat properly secured in its davit?
Have lifeboats been lowered and drills satisfactorily
completed (every 3 months) per regulations?

Has the Annual Thorough Exam been carried out? Date last done:
Have davit limit switches been tested and found
satisfactory?

Have launching devices/releasing gears been tested
and found operating properly releasing all hooks
simultaneously when boat is in the water?



Has it been confirmed that on-load release gear have
been overhauled and tested at intervals not exceeding
5 years?


Date last done:

Have lifeboat falls been turned end-for-end at intervals
not more than 30 months as required? (Log the date.)

Date last done:

Have lifeboat falls been renewed at intervals not
exceeding 5 years?

Date last done:

Are davit brakes in satisfactory condition and have
they been tested?



Have davit winch brakes been thoroughly examined at
intervals not exceeding 5 years?

Date last done:

Is tricing pennant/connector in satisfactory condition
and is tricing pennant the proper length?

Are embarkation ladders for lifeboats in satisfactory
condition?

Are embarkation lights working properly and able to
illuminate the water? Is embarkation station in
satisfactory condition (gates, handrails, etc.)?



Are the embarkation lights on the emergency circuit?
Are launching instructions displayed near stations
under emergency lights?

Is the raised access deck to lifeboats in satisfactory
condition?

Are embarkation areas free from unauthorized gear?
Is only one type of releasing gear used for similar
survival craft?

Are the release mechanisms clearly marked in a
contrasting color?

For rescue boats, has the means for towing been
examined and found satisfactory?

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ONBOARD ROUTINE MAINTENANCE CHECK SHEET

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XII. NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT

Query OK FIX N/A Comments
Is the crew capable of operating NAVTEX and are
safety messages available for review?

Is a Voyage Data Recorder fitted and annual
performance test certificate of compliance on board?

Is echo depth sounder working properly with paper
and ink supplied?

Is 9 GHz radar fitted with display indicating range and
bearings with input from heading device?

If vessel GT ≥ 3K, is it fitted with 3 GHz or second
9 GHz radar with display indicating range and
bearings with input from the heading device?



Is Electronic Plotting Aid fitted to plot targets for
collision avoidance with input from the heading
device? If vessel GT ≥ 3K, is a second auto tracking
aid fitted?



Is a speed and distance measuring device available to
indicate speed and distance through the water with
input from heading device?



Is it visible to helmsman at main steering
station?

Are gyro repeaters with bearing devices
with 360° visibility all satisfactory?

Gyro
Compass

Is gyro repeater at the emergency
steering position working?

Is it visible to helmsman at main steering
position?

Is a means of communication between
standard compass and main steering
position provided?



Is compass properly adjusted and liquid
free of bubbles?

Is spare compass interchangeable with
in-service compass and liquid free of
bubbles?



Magnetic
Compass

Is table or curve of compass deviation
(calibrated annually) provided?

Is magnetic or gyro repeater visible at
emergency steering location?

Emergency
Steering
Position
Heading
Indicators

Is the communication system with main
steering position working properly?



Is automatic radar plotting aid capable of
auto plotting range and bearing of at
least 20 targets at once?



All Ships
GT ≥ 10K Is vessel fitted with heading or track

control system to automatically control
and keep to a heading and/or straight
track?



Is it fitted with rate of turn indicator?

All Ships
GT ≥ 50K

Is it fitted with a speed and distance
measuring device indicating speed and
distance over ground forward and
athwartships?



Are displays for rudder angle, propeller revolutions,
thrust, pitch and operational mode indicators visible at
main steering station?

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XXIII. CREW RESPONSIBILITIES, ILO ITEMS, WORKING SPACES

Query OK FIX N/A Comments
Are all of the accommodation rooms/spaces being
used for what they are designated for? (Example of a
problem is crew’s gym used as an engine room
store.)



Are all of the accommodation rooms/spaces kept
clean and tidy?

Is the accommodation heating system/ventilation
working properly?

Is the engine room clean? (Note: No accumulation of
oily rags and garbage.)

Are hot and cold water available to all
crewmembers?

Is water pressure available to the water closets?
Has all garbage been removed from the vessel?
Are paint, thinners and solvents stored outside the
accommodation spaces, stores and all machinery
spaces? (Note: They should be stored in the paint
store.)



Are cockroaches and other insects properly dealt
with?

Are crew bathrooms, water closets and sinks
operating properly?

Have the galley hot plate filters been changed
recently? Is the galley uptake dirty? Are grease filters
fitted over the galley stove? Is the trunking dirty?



If drinking water fountains are fitted throughout the
vessel, are they in good working order?

Are there sufficient provisions on board?
Is the machinery installed in the engine room
workshop in good working order? Are the necessary
protection devices in place? Are protective gloves
provided? Is the material in the storeroom secured
properly?



Is the refrigerator room alarm (for being locked in)
working properly?

Are the batteries stowed properly in the battery
locker?

Is the engine room crane stowed properly when not
in use?

Is the purifier room/space clean with all oil residue
removed from this space?

Is there any oil leaking from the main engine? If so,
has it been stopped and cleaned up?

Is the gangway in good working order and is it safe
to use?


XXIV. OTHER ITEMS

Query OK FIX N/A Comments

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WORLD HEADQUARTERS
ABS Plaza

16855 Northchase Drive • Houston, TX 77060 USA
Tel: 1-281-877-5800 • Fax: 1-281-877-5803

Email: [email protected]

DIVISIONAL HEADQUARTERS

EUROPE
ABS House

No. 1 Frying Pan Alley • London E1 7HR, UK
Tel: 44-20-7247-3255 • Fax: 44-20-7377-2453

Email: [email protected]

PACIFIC
438 Alexandra Road #10-00 • Alexandra Point

Singapore 119958 • Republic of Singapore
Tel: 65-6276-8700 • Fax: 65-6276-8711

Email: [email protected]

AMERICAS
ABS Plaza

16855 Northchase Drive • Houston, TX 77060 USA
Tel: 1-281-877-6000 • Fax: 1-281-877-6001

Email: [email protected]

Website
www.eagle.org

TX 03/09 7000 9094

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