مسئوليات الطاقم الهندسى للباخرة


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مسئوليات الطاقم الهندسى للباخرة

CHIEF ENGINEER

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The Chief Engineer is responsible to the Master and the company for the efficient and economical working of the Engine Department. His primary responsibility must always be the safe operation of all machinery, safe-working practices within his Department and the safety of the ship. He is responsible for the well being, training and discipline of all members of his Department. The Chief Engineer is to ensure that the company’s Regulations affecting the Engine Department are carried out.

The Chief Engineer is to ensure that all orders, issued to him by the Master, are executed and is to inform him on all important matters connected with the Engine Department.

The Chief Engineer will advise the Master on the planning requirements for the Engine Department and machinery maintenance.

Duties

The Chief Engineer is to be present in the Engine Room when the ship is entering or leaving port, or when working to orders from the Bridge.

The Chief Engineer is responsible for the proper working of, and all repairs to, the main engine, propeller, boilers and auxiliaries, deck machinery, including winches, windlass and ventilation fans, air conditioners, cargo pumping plant, hotel services, and all electrical equipment, except radio and navigational aids. In addition he is to maintain in gook working order, all lifeboat motors, galley and pantry equipment, steam, electrical or fuel connections and/or machinery, laundry machinery, refrigerating machinery and domestic refrigerators.

The Chief Engineer is to ensure that the machinery is operated at maximum efficiency in order to maintain the current performance requirements. Where operational difficulties occur affecting the machinery performance, a detailed report of these and the remedial action to be taken is to be forwarded to the company. Repairs to auxiliary machinery not essential to the propulsion of the ship are to be carried out at sea as far as practicable. The Chief Engineer is to exercise the utmost control over repairs and maintenance on order to effect the maximum economy consistent with safe and efficient operations.

Duty on Joining

On joining the ship, the Chief Engineer must make an examination of the plant including pumping and deck machinery. Any mechanical limitations or machinery defects should be reported to the company in writing at the first opportunity.

Supervision of Maintenance

As the Chief Engineer is in overall charge of all maintenance work on the machinery in the Engine Room and on Deck, he is, at his own discretion, personally to supervise maintenance.

Standing Orders

On joining, the Chief Engineer is to issue his own Standing Instructions to supplement Company Regulations.

Daily report to Master

The Chief Engineer is to give the Master a report at noon each day showing speed on engines, percentage of slip, fuel consumption and quantity of fuel remaining.

Bunkering

The Chief Engineer is responsible to the Master for ensuring that adequate bunkers are on board, of sufficient quality and quantity with safe margin for the next voyage. At bunkering times the Chief Engineer is to personally check that the correct setting of lines and valves is made prior to commencement of bunkering. The Chie Engineer is responsible to the Master for ensuring that the relevant sections of the Oil Record Book are correctly maintained and Bunkering Checklist is always followed.

Steering Gear

The Chief Engineer is responsible for the efficient working condition, repair and up keeping of the steering engine and gear.

After any repair or overhaul the steering gear is to be tested in the presence of the Chief Engineer and the Chief Officer who, together, must ensure that it is working efficiently. An entry to this effect is to be made in the Engine Room Logbook.

Before entering and leaving port and approaching narrow waters, the steering gear is to be tested thoroughly and an entry to this effect is to be made in the Engine Room Logbook and the Deck Logbook.

Whilst at sea, in addition to the Watch keeper’s examination of the steering gear before every watch or every four hours, the Chief or the 2nd Engineer is to examine the gear closely every day and note such examinations in the Engine Room Logbook.

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2nd ENGINEER

Responsibility

The 2nd Engineer is directly responsible to the Chief engineer for the overhauling of, and repair work to, the main engine, boilers, auxiliaries, electrical equipment, deck machinery, cargo pumping plant, lifeboat motors, emergency fire pumps and emergency generator, he is also responsible for all laundry, galley and pantry machinery and steam and oil fuel connections. He is to maintain close liaison with the Chief Officer in day-to-day matters affecting the Deck Department.

When the Chief Engineer is absent or indisposed the 2nd Engineer will assume his duties and take charge of the Engine Department.

The 2nd Engineer is directly responsible to the Chief Engineer for setting up the main machinery and ensuring all safety and alarm systems are functional prior to engines being placed on standby.

Duties

The 2nd Engineer must keep a full record of overhauling and repair work carried out and of all gauging and boiler water tests. These records are to be presented at regular intervals to the Chief Engineer for his signature. Hi is responsible for the cleanliness and orderliness of the Engine and Boiler Rooms and for the proper and economical use of all stores, tools and spare gear, an inventory of which he will keep.

The 2nd Engineer is in charge of the Engine Room staff. He is to see that the Chief Engineer’s instructions are carried out by efficient organization and is to direct the Engine Room staff accordingly.

The 2nd Engineer must keep the Chief Engineer fully informed about the progress of maintenance and repair work, running of the machinery, conduct and ability of the staff, and is to report immediately to him any unusual occurrence in the Engine Room.

Other duties will include:

§ The proper completion of the Engine Room Logbook.

§ The correct setting of valves and line prior to loading lubricants.

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3rd ENGINEER

Duties and Responsibilities

§ To plan all duties and jobs assigned to him.

§ To assist the 2nd Engineer with the planning of maintenance.

§ To support the shipboard organization and Safety organization.

§ To deputize for the 2nd Engineer when necessary.

§ To deputize for the Electrician when necessary.

Special Responsibilities

§ To keep and take an effective charge of an engine room watch.

§ To diagnose machinery faults, take remedial action where possible, and to report.

§ To carry out maintenance as directed.

§ To assume special responsibilities for items and systems of machinery as directed by the 2ns Engineer which may include:

- Main engine, including all associated plant, fuel injection equipment and cylinder head valves

- Generator/Alternator engines

- Purification of lubricating and fuel oils

- All compressed air equipment, both fixed and portable

- Domestic refrigeration plant

- Air-conditioning plant

- All safety and fire-fighting machinery

- Boiler water chemicals and analysis of boiler water to ensure that boiler water treatment is effective.

§ To have a knowledge of electrical systems and to deputize for the Electrician if necessary.

§ To observe all statutory requirements with regard to pollution.

§ To carry out instructional duties as required.

§ To understudy the 2ns Engineer and other duties as required.

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ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

Duties and Responsibilities

§ To participate in the general planning of electrical/electronic maintenance.

§ To plan all duties and jobs assigned to him.

§ To support the Shipboard organization and Safety organization.

Special Responsibilities

§ To effect all electrical maintenance and to control its quality.

§ To operate the electrical Planned Maintenance System.

§ To ensure the ship is ready in all electrical aspects for any operational requirements.

§ To diagnose electrical faults, take remedial action and to report

§ To be present in the Engine room during maneuver unless instructed otherwise by the Chief Engineer or 2nd Engineer.

§ To carry our instructional duties as required.

§ To familiarize himself with the work of Engineer officers and to assist with mechanical maintenance when required.

§ To observe all statutory requirements with regard to pollution.

§ To assist in the operation and maintenance of TVs, VDUs etc used in training.

§ The maintenance and repair of all alarm systems fire detection equipment and telephone systems with the assistance, when possible, from the Radio Officer.

§ Other duties as required.

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FITTER

Leadership

To command the confidence of the ship’s company by example, by fostering good working and social relationships and by developing the abilities of his sub-ordinates.

Duties and Responsibilities

§ To assist the 2nd Engineer in operational and maintenance planning.

§ To support the shipboard organization and safety organization.

§ Responsible to the 2nd Engineer for the discipline and control of the Engine Room ratings at all times.

§ Responsible to the 2nd Engineer for the effective deployment of ratings assigned to him for operation and maintenance.

§ To weld, solder, braze and burn as required according to skill level.

§ To carry out planned maintenance on machinery and equipment as required.

§ To diagnose faults and rectify, within own skill levels.

§ Assist the Electrician as required.

§ Assign Engine Room ratings to watches as required.

§ Assist Engineer Officers when bunkering

§ Assist ratings to supervise, handle and stow stores and spare gear as required

§ To be responsible for the maintenance of Engine Room portable fire fighting equipment and closing appliances, flaps, ventilators, doors etc.

§ To supervise the time keeping of ratings assigned to him

§ To develop own knowledge, skills, habits and attitudes and those of sub-ordinates with the emphasis on acquiring additional skills

§ To carry out instructional duties as required

§ To assist with and participate in all aspects of Safety training

§ Obtain and maintain a close working knowledge of agreed policies and regulations on all aspects of shipboard work and life

§ To control certain areas of stores, particularly those stowed in the engine room stores and Workshops, and to assist with the stock control records and preparation of requisitions.

§ To have particular involvement in the security of the ship, its equipment tools, stores and outfit, and to be responsible to the 2nd Engineer for those items of the foregoing assigned to his control.

§ To assist in the maintenance and repair of all mechanical equipment, pipelines and valves, and structural steelwork.

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MOTORMAN (OILER)

Duties and Responsibilities

§ To carry out assigned duties in a safe and responsible manner

§ To assist the Officer of the Watch, when assigned to watch keeping duties, at sea or in port, and to remain in close contact with the O.O.W. keeping him fully appraised of the Ratings whereabouts at all times.

§ To perform any tasks for which the Rating holds particular skills or experience

§ To conduct himself in a manner which is conducive to fostering good working and social relationships.

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