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2011-002 Revision points of Oil Record Book entry

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From: <MARSAFETY@jp.nykline.com>

    To: <MARSAFETY@jp.nykline.com>, <viawsmhk@wallem.com>

    Date: 1/13/2011 10:03 AM

    Subject: MARINE ENGINEERING INFORMATION 2011-002 Revision points of Oil Record Book entry

    Attachments: mei 2011002 Revision points of Oil Record Book entry.pdf

13 January, 2011

Shipowners / Ship-Management Companies / Masters

Dear Sir or Madam:

    Please send this Marine Engineering Information to your managed vessels and owned vessels.

MARINE ENGINEERING TEAM

    FLEET UPKEEP GROUP

    <Published>

Category : Work General

    DATE :

    01/11/2011

REF.NO. :

    2011 - 002

SEQ.NO. :

    571 E

    SUBJECT: Revision points of Oil Record Book entry

    Guidance regarding Oil Record Book entry was recently issued by IMO.

The intention of this guideline is:

    1. To facilitate compliance with MARPOL requirements on board ships by providing

     advice to crew members on how to record the various operations in the Oil Record Book.

    2. To unify the way of recording for PSC inspection.

    Therefore, please carefully read the attached guidance and record the various operations

    in the Oil Record Book.

    The major revisions related to the above matters are as follows.

Major revision point

    1. Adding new code item C-11.4 "Collection of oil residue (sludge) by manual

    operation in oil residue (sludge) tank"

Revision point

    Code item C-11.4 is newly defined as "Collection of oil residue (sludge) by

    manual operation in oil residue (sludge) tank"

    The use of code item C-11.4 only becomes applicable in accordance with MARPOL

    Annex I amendments which enter into force on 1 January 2011.

    In addition to the above, C-11.1, 11.2 and 11.3 should be recorded in the Oil Record

    Book at same time when you enter C-11.4.

Background

    Not taking due consideration of the actual number of manual collections to the oil residue

    (sludge) tanks may cause a difference between actual and recorded amounts. To minimize

    this difference, code item C-11.4 is newly added for the entry in the Oil Record Book.

     Examples of manual collection

     1. Transfer of used lubricating oil from D/G L.O. sump. tank to Bilge separated oil tank

     2. Collection of used cleaning oil for machinery into No.2 Waste oil tank with bucket

     3. Transfer of remaining sludge from No.1 Waste oil tank to No.2 Waste oil tank by

     portable pump for tank cleaning.

Concrete examples

     Ex.1) Transfer of used lubricating oil (0.2m3) from D/G L.O. sump. tank to Bilge

     separated oil tank due to deterioration of lubricating oil. Code (Letter)

    Item (No.)

    Records of operations / Signature of officer in charge

    C

    11.1 / 11.2 / 11.3

    Bilge separated oil tank / 15.0m3 / 3.1m3

11.4

    Transferred 0.2m3 of used lubricating oil from D/G L.O sump tank to Bilge separated oil tank with bucket.

    Bilge separated oil tank (3.1m3 ? 3.3m3)

    Sign: Officer in charge, Name & Rank, dd-mm-yyyy

     Ex.2) Collection of used cleaning oil (0.1m3) for machinery into No.2 Waste oil

     tank with bucket.

Code (Letter)

    Item (No.)

    Records of operations / Signature of officer in charge

    C

    11.1 / 11.2 / 11.3

    No.2 Waste oil tank / 5.0m3 / 2.9m3

11.4

    Transferred 0.1m3 of used oil from Work Shop with bucket. (2.9m3 ? 3.0m3)

    Sign: Officer in charge, Name & Rank, dd-mm-yyyy

     Ex.3) Transfer remaining sludge (0.2m3) from No.1 Waste oil tank to No.2 Waste oil

     tank by portable pump for tank cleaning.

    Code (Letter)

    Item (No.)

    Records of operations / Signature of officer in charge

    C

    11.1 / 11.2 / 11.3

    No.1 Waste oil tank / 5.0m3 / 0.2m3

     11.1 / 11.2 / 11.3

     No.2 Waste oil tank / 5.0m3 / 2.3m3

11.4

    Collected 0.2m3 of sludge from No.1 Waste oil tank to No.2 Waste oil tank with portable pump.

    No.1 Waste oil tank (0.2m3 ? 0.0m3)

    No.2 Waste oil tank (2.3m3 ? 2.5m3)

    Sign: Officer in charge, Name & Rank, dd-mm-yyyy

2. The changes of definition for Oil Record Book

Revision point

    Oil residue (sludge) service tanks (Waste Oil Service Tank, Waste Oil Settling Tank,etc)

    listed under paragraph 3.2.3 of the Supplement to the IOPP Certificate for existing ships

    are going to be relocated in paragraph 3.1 of the Supplement.

    With this revision, the tanks that are relocated in paragraph 3.1 should be recorded in

    C-11.1, 11.2 and 11.3 every week the same as other oil residue (sludge) tanks.

Background

    The revision is made to match the definition of MEPC.187 (59).

    MEPC.187 (59), amentments to MARPOL Annex I, defines that "Oil residue (sludge)

    tank means a tank which holds oil residue (sludge) from which sludge may be disposed

    directly through the standard discharge connection or any other approved means of

    disposal".

    For more details, please see "Marine Engineering Information No.570".

Guideline

    The renewal of the Supplement to IOPP Certificate will be done at the first periodical

    survey or occasional survey on or after 1 January 2011. To avoid mismatch between

    the Certificate and Oil Record Book, the entry into the Oil Record Book of the tanks now

    relocated in paragraph 3.1 should be started once the renewal of the certificate is

    completed.

    This Marine Engineering Information should be attached to the Oil Record Book so that the

    above-mentioned revision is carried out without fail.

Yours faithfully,

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