Emergency Instruction Card

RANK :            NAME

 

NUMBER :
SHIP :                                                                CALL SIGN           

 

FIRE / EMERGENCY ALARM

 

SEVEN OR MORE SHORT BLASTS followed by ONE LONG BLAST on the ship’s whistle, repeated on the alarm system.

 

GENERAL EMERGENCY STATIONS ALARM

 

SEVEN OR MORE SHORT BLASTS followed by ONE LONG BLAST on the ship’s whistle, repeated on the alarm system.

FIRE/EMERGENCY STATIONS

INSTRUCTIONS

 

GENERAL EMERGENCY STATIONS

INSTRUCTIONS

 

 

 

ABANDON SHIP

The order to abandon ship shall be given verbally by the Master or his substitute to the officers in charge of the lifeboats.

MAN OVERBOARD

The signal for MAN OVERBOARD WILL BE THREE LONG BLASTS on the ship’s whistle, repeated on the alarm system.

OIL POLLUTION CLEAN UP RESPONSE

Crew, upon seeing or suspecting an oil spill, must immediately report it to the Watch Officer. Oil leakage will be announced by all means available (general alarm, public address system, walkie-talkies etc).

When the Emergency Alarm sounds, crew must report to their Emergency Stations from where they will be sent to assist the Oil Pollution Control Officer as directed.

IT IS OF VITAL IMPORTANCE THAT OIL BE KEPT FROM ESCAPING OVERBOARD.

 

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