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lloyds_logo1. Introduction
1.1 This document describes how items of machinery may be credited for survey based on examinations by the ship’s Chief Engineer.

1.2 The arrangement is only applicable to ships operating on a continuous survey machinery (CSM) cycle and the procedures to be applied depend on whether or not the ship is
operating an approved planned maintenance scheme for machinery.

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funnel-1Regulations for the Prevention of Air Pollution from Ships
The following table is a proposed checklist for Owners preparing for the implementation of Annex VI of MARPOL 73/78 and the initial survey to obtain the required International Air Pollution Prevention (IAPP) Certificate.
19 May 2005 Annex VI to MARPOL entered into force. The revised Annex VI to MARPOL was adopted by IMO on 10 October 2008.
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dnv_logoThis guideline is prepared by Det Norske Veritas for ship owners, operators, yards and service suppliers approved for thickness measurements of ship's structure, in order to facilitate co-operation through a common understanding of the procedures for UTM ( ultrasonic thickness measurements) at Class Surveys. CAP is not covered by this guide.

Steel plates in the deck being replaced after UTM. Evenly corroded steel plates might look perfectly acceptable even at close-up distance. Thus, thickness measurements are an essential part of class surveys.

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earth-hand121Clean Cargo Working Group Environmental Performance Survey
Environmental Policy
Environmental Management System (EMS)
Please describe your Environmental Management Program
Your environmental management objectives:

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pandi_logo_medTo the Owner/Superintendent/ Master
Your vessel will be undergoing inspection by a P & I condition surveyor to facilitate the provision of P & I cover by Maritime Mutual Insurance Association (NZ) Ltd.
The inspection will be accomplished by using a comprehensive check list. The surveyor will need to be accompanied by a Senior Officer throughout the course of the inspection to ensure both his safety and access to all parts of the vessel. The checklist headings, which indicate the scope of the survey, are as follows:

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