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                                               CARGO SHIP SAFETY CONSTRUCTION CERTIFICATE (CSSC)
                                              Under the provisions of the INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE SAFETY OF LIFE AT SEA, 1974,
                                                                           as modified by the Protocol of 1988 relating thereto
                                                                           &
                                                         INTERNATIONAL LOAD LINE CERTIFICATE (ILL)
                                                        Under the provisions of the INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON LOAD LINES, 1966,
                                                                        as modified by the Protocol of 1988 relating thereto


                                        Initial Survey                       Renewal Survey                             Intermediate Survey
                                        Regulation 10 (a) (i)                Regulation 10 (a) (ii)                     Regulation 10 (a) (iii)
                                        Article 14 (1) (a)-LL                Article 14 (1) (b) -LL

                                        Annual Survey                        Docking Survey                             Additional Survey
                                        Regulation 10 (a) (iv)               Regulation 10 (a) (v)                      Regulation 10 (a) (iii)
                                        Article 14 (1) (c) -LL



                                                                                 PARTICULARS OF SHIP


                                                           Name of the Ship:
                                               Distinctive Number or Letters:
                                                             Port of Registry:
                                                              Gross Tonnage:
                                                               IMO Number:

     Deadweight of ship(1)                       metric tons
     Length (L) of ship as defined in Regulation III/3.12 & Article 2 (8) in metres                       m
     Type of ship: (2) Bulk Carrier / Oil tanker / Chemical tanker / Gas carrier / Cargo ship other than any of the previous
     Date of build (3) (Day-Month-Year):
     Date of building contract:
     Date on which keel was laid or ship was of a similar stage of construction:
     Date of delivery:
     Date on which work for a conversion or an alteration or modification of a major character was commenced (where applicable):
     ______________

         Company Name:

         Date of Survey:                   commenced:

                                           completed:

         Place of Survey:

         Name of Surveyor:



         This vessel has been duly surveyed in accordance with the provisions of SOLAS, 1974, as modified by the Protocol of 1988 relating thereto
         and in accordance with the provisions of International Convention on Load Lines, 1966, as modified by the Protocol of 1988 relating thereto




         __________________________________________________
         (1) For Oil Tankers, Chemical Tankers and Gas Carriers only
         (2) Delete as appropriate
         (3) All applicable dates shall be completed from the Supplement to the IOPP Certificate (Form A or Form B, as applicable) or from Builder’s Certificate


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Surveys of Structure, Machinery and Equipment of Cargo Ships - SOLAS – Chapter I – Regulation 10
 (a). The structure, machinery and equipment (other than items in respect of which a Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate and a Cargo Ship Safety Radio Certificate are
issued) of a cargo ship as referred to in paragraph (b)(i) shall be subject to the surveys and inspections specified below:


(i). an INITIAL SURVEY including an inspection of the outside of the ship’s bottom before the ship is put in service.
Refer to the IMO Circular concerning inspection of the outside of the ship’s bottom (PSLS.2/Circ.5) and ICS Requirements for the Periodical Surveys of the outside of the
ship’s bottom and related items including the requirements for In-water Surveys.


(ii). a RENEWAL SURVEY at intervals specified by the Administration but not exceeding 5 years, except where regulation 14(b),(e),(f) and (g) is applicable;


(iii). an INTERMEDIATE SURVEY within three months before or after the second anniversary date or within three months before or after the third anniversary date of the
full term Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate, which shall take the place of one of the annual surveys specified in paragraph (a)(iv);


(iv). an ANNUAL SURVEY within 3 months before or after each anniversary date of the full term Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate (CSSC);


(v). a MINIMUM OF TWO (2) INSPECTIONS OF THE OUTSIDE OF THE SHIP´S BOTTOM DURING ANY FIVE (5) YEAR PERIOD OF THE VALIDITY OF
THE CARGO SHIP SAFETY CONSTRUCTION CERTIFICATE (CSSC) , except where regulation 14(e) or (f) is applicable. Where regulation 14(e) or (f) is applicable,
this five year period may be extended to coincide with the extended period of validity of the certificate. In all cases the interval between any two such inspections shall not
exceed 36 months (3 years). Refer to the ICS Requirements for the Periodical Surveys of the outside of the ship’s bottom and related items including the requirements for In-
water Surveys.


(vi). an ADDITIONAL SURVEY as prescribed for passenger ships in regulation 7(b)(iii).


(b). The surveys and inspections referred to in paragraph (a) shall be carried out as follows:


(i). the INITIAL SURVEY shall include a complete inspection of the structure, machinery and equipment. This survey shall be such as to ensure that the arrangements,
materials, scantlings and workmanship of the structure, boilers and other pressure vessels, their appurtenances, main and auxiliary machinery including steering gear and
associated control systems, electrical installation and other equipment comply with the requirements of the present regulations, are in satisfactory condition and are fit for the
service for which the ship is intended and that the required stability information is provided. In the case of tankers such a survey shall also include an inspection of the pump-
rooms, cargo, bunker and ventilation piping systems and associated safety devices;


(ii). the RENEWAL SURVEY shall include an inspection of the structure, machinery and equipment as referred to in paragraph (b)(i) to ensure that they comply with the
requirements of the present regulations, are in satisfactory condition and are fit for the service for which the ship is intended;


(iii). the INTERMEDIATE SURVEY shall include an inspection of the structure, boilers and other pressure vessels, machinery and equipment, the steering gear and the
associated control systems and electrical installations to ensure that they remain satisfactory for the service for which the ship is intended. In the case of tankers, the survey
shall also include an inspection of the pump-rooms, cargo, bunker and ventilation piping systems and associated safety devices and the testing of insulation resistance of
electrical installations in dangerous zones;


(iv). the ANNUAL SURVEY shall include a general inspection of the structure, machinery and equipment referred to in paragraph (b)(i), to ensure that they have been
maintained in accordance with regulation 11(a) (Maintenance of conditions after survey) and that they remain satisfactory for the service for which the ship is intended;


(v). the INSPECTION OF THE OUTSIDE OF THE SHIP’S BOTTOM and the survey of related items inspected at the same time shall be such as to ensure that they
remain satisfactory for the service for which the ship is intended.


(c). The INTERMEDIATE and ANNUAL SURVEY and the INSPECTIONS OF THE OUTSIDE OF THE SHIP´S BOTTOM referred to in paragraphs (a)(iii), (a)(iv)
and (a)(v) shall be endorsed on the full term Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate (CSSC).




Initial, Renewal and Annual Surveys - Load Lines, 1966 as modified by the Protocol of 1988 – Article 14
(1). A ship shall be subjected to the surveys specified below:


(a). An INITIAL SURVEY before the ship is put in service, which shall include a complete inspection of its structure and equipment in so far as the ship is covered by the
present Convention. The survey shall be such as to ensure that the arrangements, materials and scantlings fully comply with the requirements of the present Convention.


(b). A RENEWAL SURVEY at intervals specified by the Administration but not exceeding five years, except where paragraphs (2), (5), (6) and (7) of article 19 are
applicable, which shall be such as to ensure that the structure, equipment, arrangements, materials and scantlings fully comply with the requirements of the present Convention.


(c). An ANNUAL SURVEY within 3 months before or after each anniversary date of the full term International Load Line Certificate (ILL) to ensure that:


(i). alterations have not been made to the hull or superstructures which would affect the calculations determining the position of the load line;


(ii). the fittings and appliances for the protection of openings, guard rails, freeing ports and means of access to crew’s quarters are maintained in an effective condition;


(iii). the freeboard marks are correctly and permanently indicated;


(iv). the information required by regulation 10 is provided. (Information to be supplied to the master)

(2). The ANNUAL SURVEYS referred to in paragraph (1)(c) of this article shall be endorsed on the full term International Load Line Certificate or the International Load
Line Exemption Certificate issued to a ship exempted under paragraph (2) of article 6 of the present Convention.




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General Instructions

Mark “Yes” to indicate complied with, “No” for not complied with or “NA” for Not Applicable in appropriate box
All required dates should be recorded at these surveys as: Day/Month/Year
(*) Delete as appropriate

Annual Survey: To be held within 3 months before or after the anniversary date of the full term CSSC & ILL Certificates.
Refer to SOLAS, Reg.I/10 (a)(iv) & Load Lines, Article 14 (1)(c)

Anniversary date means the day and the month of each year which will correspond to the date of expired of full term CSSC & ILL Certificates.
Refer to SOLAS, Reg. I/2 (n) & Load Lines, Article 2 (9)

Intermediate Survey: Together with the 2nd or 3rd Annual Survey of the full term CSSC Certificate (including full requirements of the Annual Survey)
Refer to SOLAS, Chapter I, Reg.10 (a) (iii)

Docking Survey: To be held as required by SOLAS, Reg.I/10 (a) (v). For Docking Survey complete sections G1 to H1 as applicable.
Refer to the IMO Resolution A.744 (18), as amended and ICS Requirements for the Periodical Surveys of the outside of the ship’s bottom and related items
including the requirements for In-water Surveys.

Overall Survey: Is a Survey intended to report on the overall condition of the hull structure and determine the extent of additional close-up Surveys.
Refer to the IMO Resolution A.744 (18), as amended

Close-up survey: Is a Survey where the details of structural components are within the close visual inspection range of the surveyor preferably within reach of hand.
Refer to the IMO Resolution A.744 (18), as amended

In-water Survey: The In-water Survey is to provide the information normally obtained from the Docking Survey as required by SOLAS, Reg. I/ 10 (a) (v).
Only ICS Head Office under special circumstances will accept an In-water Survey in lieu of the Intermediate Docking Survey mandatory between Renewal Surveys
required in a five year period. In-water Surveys is not applicable under any circumstance for Bulk Carriers & Oil Tankers exceeding 15 years of age subject to the
ESP (Enhanced Survey Programme). Special consideration is to be given to other Ships of 15 years or over before being permitted to have In-water Survey instead
of Intermediate Docking Survey under special authorization granted by the ICS-Head Office only.
Refer to the ICS Requirements for the Periodical Surveys of the outside of the ship’s bottom and related items including the requirements for In-water Surveys.

Renewal Survey: To be held at intervals specified by the Administration but not exceeding five (5) years.
Refer to SOLAS, Reg.I/10 (a) (ii) & Load Line, Article 14 (1) (b)

ESP ships means ships subject to the Enhanced Survey Programme (ESP) during the Annual, Intermediate and Renewal Surveys of Bulk Carrier & Oil Tankers
mandatory under SOLAS Regulation XI-1/2.
Refer to the Guidelines on the Enhanced Programme of Inspections during Surveys of Bulk Carrier and Oil Tankers adopted by the IMO by Resolution A.744 (18),
as amended.

Sections A1 to L1 of the Survey Report are to be completed at Annual, Intermediate, Renewal or Docking Survey, as applicable.




   A1          General
   A1.1        Are all Statutory Certificates valid?                                                                                        Yes/No (*)




   A2          National Administration Requirements
   A2.1        Have any flag administration requirements been checked?                                                                      Yes/No/NA (*)

   A2.2        Have all flag administration requirements been complied with?                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)




   A3          Manning
   A3.1        Does the ship’s complement comply with the Minimum Safe Manning Certificate?                                                 Yes/No/NA (*)

   A3.2        Are the master, officers and ratings certificated as required by the STCW Convention?                                        Yes/No/NA (*)




   A4          General (Annual , Intermediate, Renewal Surveys)
               Confirm no modifications have been made to the ship or equipment which would affect the CSSC & ILL Certificates
   A4.1                                                                                                                                     Yes/No (*)
               (any modifications are to be reported)

   A4.2        Confirm the CSSC & ILL Certificates now endorsed for Annual Survey                                                           Yes/No/NA (*)

   A4.3        Confirm the CSSC Certificate now endorsed for Intermediate Survey                                                            Yes/No/NA (*)
               Safety Management System Failures
   A4.4        The organization responsible for the issue of the SMC have been notified when deficiencies relating to a possible Safety     Yes/No/NA (*)
               Management System failure have been identified


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A5        Documentation (only during the Annual or Intermediate Surveys ,as applicable)
                                                                                                              Annual or Intermediate Survey
          Statutory Certificates                                                      Expiry date:                                                     Certificate issued by:
                                                                                                                    (endorsement date)
A5.1      Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate (CSSC)

A5.2      Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate (CSSE)

A5.3      Cargo Ship Safety Radio Certificate (CSSR)

A5.4      International Load Line or Exemption Certificate (ILL)

A5.5      International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate (IOPP)
          International Pollution Prevention Certificate for the
A5.6
          Carriage of Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk (NLS)
A5.7      International Sewage Pollution Prevention Certificate (ISPP)

A5.8      International Air Pollution Prevention Certificate (IAPP)

A5.9      Document of Compliance (DOC)

A5.10     International Safety Management Certificate (SMC)

A5.11     International Ship Security Certificate (ISSC)
          International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of
A5.12     Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk OR the Certificate of Fitness
          for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk
          International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of
A5.13
          Liquefied Gases in Bulk (Gas Carriers)
A5.14     The approved stability/loading information is on board                                                                                      Yes/No/NA (*)




A6        The log entries record that the following have been checked or tested and found satisfactory within twelve (12) hours before departure from any port.
          Steering gear (The tests included, where applicable, the operation of the main steering gear, the auxiliary steering gear, remote control
A6.1                                                                                                                                                  Yes/No (*)
          systems, bridge steering position, emergency power supply, rudder angle indicators, steering gear system power unit)

A6.2      Communications system bridge to steering gear compartment                                                                                   Yes/No (*)

A6.3      Full movement of the rudder                                                                                                                 Yes/No (*)

A6.4      Visual inspection of steering linkage                                                                                                       Yes/No (*)

A6.5      The log entries record that emergency steering drills have been carried out every three (3) months.                                         Yes/No (*)

A6.6      The change-over procedure diagrams of steering gear are posted.                                                                             Yes/No (*)

A6.7      All officers are reportedly familiar with steering gear change-over procedures.                                                             Yes/No (*)

A6.8      The approved stability/loading information is on board.                                                                                     Yes/No (*)

A6.9      For ships assigned timber load lines the approved timber deck cargo loading and lashing plan is on board.                                   Yes/No/NA (*)
          A complete file of the enhanced survey reports and the condition evaluation report is on board for ESP ships
A6.10                                                                                                                                                 Yes/No/NA (*)
          (for Bulk Carriers & Oil Tankers only)
A6.11     For bulk carriers the loading / unloading booklet is on board                                                                               Yes/No/NA (*)
          For bulk carriers with restrictions with the respect to the carriage of cargoes with a density of 1,780 kg/cub m above
A6.12                                                                                                                             Yes/No/NA (*)
          that a triangle is permanently marked at mid ship [SOLAS, Reg. XII/8.3]
          For bulk carriers of 150m in length and upwards of single skin construction designed to carry solid bulk cargoes having
A6.13     a density of 1,780 kg/cub m above constructed before 1-July-1999 have after the implementation date given in SOLAS, Yes/No/NA (*)
          Reg. XII/3 sufficient stability and strength to withstand flooding of the foremost cargo hold
A6.14     An approved Cargo Securing Manual (CSM) for ships carrying cargo units including containers is on board                                     Yes/No/NA (*)

A6.15     A loading booklet for carriage of cargoes in bulk is on board                                                                               Yes/No/NA(*)

A6.16     Confirm that Asbestos was not used on board at this survey (SOLAS, Reg. II-1/3-5)                                                           Yes/No (*)
          A set of as-built construction drawings and other plans showing any subsequent structural alterations are kept
A6.17                                                                                                                                                 Yes/No/NA (*)
          on board (for ships constructed on or after 1-January 2007)




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B1        Hull Survey (Annual , Intermediate, Renewal Surveys)
          The condition of the hull and its closing appliances is satisfactory as far as could be seen, the following items should be
B1.1                                                                                                                                  Yes/No (*)
          included as applicable (see also L1- Appendix 1for Shell Doors):
          Hatchways; weather decks, ship side plating above the waterline, casings, skylights, flush deck scuttles, deckhouses and
          companionways; superstructures; windows; side scuttles; and deadlights; chutes and other openings; scuppers; sanitary
B1.2                                                                                                                                  Yes/No (*)
          discharges and valves; guard rails and bulwarks; freeing ports; gangways and lifelines; and permanent fittings for
          timber deck cargoes. Closing appliances were not tied or temporarily secured open
          Vents and air pipes condition should be verified , including weld connection between air pipes and deck plating
B1.3                                                                                                                                  Yes/No (*)
          (Annual and Intermediate Surveys)
B1.4      The condition of the anchoring and mooring equipment is satisfactory, as far as could be seen.                              Yes/No (*)

          The watertight and weather tight doors have been examined, operationally tested (remotely and locally) and found
B1.5                                                                                                                                  Yes/No (*)
          satisfactory.

          The watertight & weather tight test of cargo and other hatchway covers in positions 1 & 2 required during the Initial,
B1.6                                                                                                                                  Yes/No (*)
          Annual & Renewal Surveys in accordance with LL-Reg.16 (4) have been carried out and found satisfactory

B1.7      The condition of the watertight bulkhead penetrations is satisfactory, as far as could be seen.                             Yes/No (*)

B1.8      The structural fire protection arrangements remain unchanged (Alterations are to be reported).                              Yes/No/NA (*)

B1.9      The manual and/or automatic fire doors have been operationally tested and found satisfactory.                               Yes/No/NA (*)

B1.10     The operation of the loading instrument has been verified.                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)

B1.11     The deck line and load line mark are properly positioned, marked and painted                                                Yes/No/NA (*)

B1.12     Summer freeboard as measured:_____________ mm                                                                               Yes/No (*)
          The freeboard marks have been verified. The mark of Intermaritime Certification Services (ICS) consisting in the
B1.13     letters     I and C, are indicated alongside the load line ring above the horizontal line which passes through the centre   Yes/No (*)
          of the ring
B1.14     Special requirements for ships permitted to sail with reduced freeboards found satisfactory [ when applicable ]             Yes/No/NA (*)
          Hatch covers, coamings and gaskets have been checked and mechanically operated hatch covers operationally tested
B1.15                                                                                                                                 Yes/No/NA (*)
          and sealing arrangements found weather tight.
          Confirm that no unapproved changes have been made to the hatch covers, hatch coamings and their securing and
B1.16                                                                                                                                 Yes/No/NA (*)
          sealing devices since the previous survey
B1.17     The collision and other watertight bulkheads have been examined as far as could be seen and found satisfactory              Yes/No (*)

B1.18     The drainage from enclosed spaces on the freeboard deck is satisfactory                                                     Yes/No (*)

B1.19     The functionality of bilge well alarms to cargo holds and conveyor tunnels found satisfactory [ when applicable ]           Yes/No (*)

B1.20     Any expansion joints in the sea water systems have been visually examined and found satisfactory                            Yes/No (*)

          Salt Water Ballast Tanks
B1.21     The tanks where protective coating was not applied at construction or has been reported in POOR condition and not           Yes/No/NA (*)
          repaired have been examined and found satisfactory. (See List Tanks Examined and Reported in Section J1)

B1.22     Examination and thickness measurement of structure identified as having substantial corrosion [Details to be reported]      Yes/No/NA (*)

B2        Dry Bulk Cargo Ships (Bulk Carriers) ESP ships
B2.1      Close-up survey of cargo holds steel hatch covers, coamings and stiffeners.                                                 Yes/No/NA (*)
          Close-up survey and thickness measurement of areas of substantial corrosion identified in the Executive Hull Summary
B2.2                                                                                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)
          Report carried out satisfactorily (report area(s) and thicknesses)
B2.3      For ships less than 10 years old                                                                                            Yes/No/NA (*)

B2.4      An overall survey of the forward cargo hold and an aft cargo hold, on single skin ships (Annual Survey only)                Yes/No/NA (*)

B2.5      For ships between 10 and 15 years old                                                                                       Yes/No/NA (*)
          Overall survey of all cargo holds, on single skin ships, two selected on double skin ships (Annual and Intermediate
B2.6                                                                                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)
          Survey)
          Close-up survey of at least 25% of the cargo hold side shell frames, their lower end attachments and adjacent shell
B2.7                                                                                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)
          plating in a forward cargo hold, on single skin ships (Annual Survey only)
B2.8      For ships greater than 15 years old                                                                                         Yes/No/NA (*)

B2.9      Overall survey of all cargo holds (Annual Survey only)                                                                      Yes/No/NA (*)

          Close-up survey of at least 25% of the cargo hold side shell frames, their lower end attachments and adjacent shell
B2.10                                                                                                                                 Yes/No/NA (*)
          plating in a forward cargo hold and one other selected cargo hold, on single skin ships (Annual Survey only)

          The close-up survey has been extended to include all other cargo holds because of the need for remedial action
B2.11                                                                                                                                 Yes/No/NA (*)
          (Details to be reported). Any necessary thickness measurement is to be reported.




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 B3       Oil Tankers – (including combination carriers) and chemical tankers - ESP ships
          Close-up survey and thickness measurement of areas of substantial corrosion identified in the Executive Hull Summary
 B3.1                                                                                                                                   Yes/No/NA (*)
          Report carried out satisfactorily (report area(s) and thicknesses)
          Salt Water Ballast Tanks to be examined:
          Tanks where a hard protective coating was not applied at construction, or
 B3.2     a soft coating has been applied, or                                                                                           Yes/No/NA (*)
          the hard protective coating has been reported to be in less than GOOD condition and not repaired.
          (Refer to List Tanks Examined and Reported in Section J1)
 B4       Single hull oil tankers (including combination carriers) and chemical tankers
          Ballast tanks adjacent to [i.e. with a common plane boundary] a cargo tank with any means of heating have been
          examined and found satisfactory. Thickness measurement is to be carried out where considered necessary by the
 B4.1     Surveyor                                                                                                                      Yes/No/NA (*)
          Special consideration may be given by the Surveyor to those tanks or spaces where the coatings are found in GOOD
          condition at the previous Intermediate or Renewal Survey
 B5       Container Ships with container securing arrangements.
 B5.1     The condition of the securing arrangements is satisfactory as far as could be seen.                                           Yes/No/NA (*)
 B6       General dry cargo ships (for the definition of General Dry Cargo Ship see Section I7)
 B6.1     Close-up survey of cargo holds steel hatch covers, coaming and stiffeners.                                                    Yes/No/NA (*)
 B6.2     For ships between 10 and 15 years old (for Intermediate , Renewal Surveys see Section I1)                                     Yes/No/NA (*)
 B6.3     Overall survey of one forward and one after cargo hold and their associated tween deck spaces (Annual Survey only)            Yes/No/NA (*)
 B6.4     For ships greater that 15 years old (for Intermediate , Renewal Surveys see Section I1)                                       Yes/No/NA (*)
 B6.5     Overall survey of all cargo holds and tween deck spaces (Annual Survey only).                                                 Yes/No/NA (*)
          Close-up survey of at least 25% of all shell frames, including their end attachments and adjacent shell plating in a
 B6.6                                                                                                                                   Yes/No/NA (*)
          forward lower cargo hold and one other selected lower cargo hold (Annual Survey only).
          The close up survey has been extended to include all other cargo holds because of the need for remedial action
 B6.7                                                                                                                                   Yes/No/NA (*)
          (Details to be reported). Any necessary thickness measurement is to be reported.
 C1       Machinery and Electrical Installation Survey (Annual , Intermediate, Renewal Surveys)
 C1.1     The machinery and boiler spaces and essential machinery have been generally examined and found satisfactory.                  Yes/No/NA (*)

 C1.2     The emergency escape routes from the machinery and boiler spaces are free of obstruction.                                     Yes/No/NA (*)

 C1.3     The machinery and boiler spaces are free of all visible fire and explosion hazards.                                           Yes/No/NA (*)
          Piping systems containing fuel oil, lubricating oil or other flammable oils where fitted have been examined and
 C1.4     operated as far as practicable, special attention being paid to tightness, fire precaution arrangements, flexible hoses and   Yes/No/NA (*)
          sounding arrangements and found satisfactory.
          The main and auxiliary steering arrangements, including their associated equipment, alarms and control system, have
 C1.5                                                                                                                                   Yes/No/NA (*)
          been examined, operated and found satisfactory.
          All the means of communication between navigating bridge, machinery control and alternative steering positions have
 C1.6                                                                                                                                   Yes/No/NA (*)
          been tested and found satisfactory.
          The bilge pumping systems for each watertight compartment, including bilge wells, extended spindles, pumps and level
 C1.7                                                                                                                                   Yes/No/NA (*)
          alarms where fitted, have been examined and operated as far as practicable and all found satisfactory.
          Non-metallic expansion joints in piping systems which penetrate the hull and are fitted below the deepest loaded
 C1.8                                                                                                                                   Yes/No/NA (*)
          waterline have been examined and found satisfactory.
          An external examination of boilers, pressure vessels, including foundations, controls, insulation, gauges and piping has
 C1.9                                                                                                                              Yes/No/NA (*)
          been carried out as far as practicable and found satisfactory.
          For boilers, the safety/protective devices have been tested and the safety valves have been operated using the
          relieving gear to the surveyor’s satisfaction.
 C1.10                                                                                                                             Yes/No/NA (*)
          For Exhaust Gas heated Economizers/Boilers, the safety valves are to be tested by the Chief Engineer at sea and Engine
          log book entries have been verified by the attending surveyors.
 C1.11    Review of Records carried out (Records of Operation/Maintenance/Repair History and Feed Water Chemistry)                      Yes/No/NA (*)

 C1.12    Other pressure vessels, the safety devices have been examined and found satisfactory.                                         Yes/No/NA (*)
          The electrical equipment and cabling forming the main and emergency electrical installations have been generally
 C1.13    examined under operating conditions as far as practicable. Bonding straps for the control of static electricity and           Yes/No/NA (*)
          earthing arrangements as fitted have also been examined.
          The satisfactory operation of the main and emergency sources of power, including lighting systems and electrical
 C1.14    services essential for safety in an emergency mode have been verified. (Where the sources of power are automatically          Yes/No/NA (*)
          controlled they have been tested in the automatic mode.)
 C1.15    A general examination of the following, where applicable, has been carried out and operation considered satisfactory:         Yes/No/NA (*)

 C1.16    Automation equipment, including random testing of alarm, automatic and shutdown functions                                     Yes/No/NA (*)
          An examination of the electrical installation in areas which may contain flammable gas or vapour and/or combustible
 C1.17                                                                                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)
          dust, it has verified that it is in good condition and has been properly maintained
          The machinery, boilers and other pressure vessels, associated piping systems and fittings are installed and protected as
 C1.18    to reduce to a minimum any danger to persons on board, due regard being given to moving parts, hot surfaces and other         Yes/No/NA (*)
          hazards
          Confirm that the normal operation of the propulsion machinery can be sustained or restored even though one of the
 C1.19                                                                                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)
          essential auxiliaries becomes inoperative
          Confirm that the engine room telegraph, the second means of communication between the navigation bridge and the
 C1.20    machinery space and the means of communication with any other positions from which the engines are controlled are             Yes/No/NA (*)
          operating satisfactorily
          Examining, in general that the precautions provided against shock, fire and other hazards of electrical origin are being
 C1.21                                                                                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)
          maintained
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 D1       Statutory Survey Related Items (Annual, Intermediate, Renewal Surveys)
 D1.1     The fire control plan and duplicate have been examined and are properly posted.                                              Yes/No/NA (*)
          All fire and/or smoke detection and alarm systems have been examined and tested, as far as practicable, and found
 D1.2                                                                                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)
          satisfactory.
          An operative test of the fire main system and each fire pump, including the emergency fire pump, has been carried out
 D1.3                                                                                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)
          separately, to demonstrate that the two required jets of water could be provided simultaneously from different hydrants.

 D1.4     All fire hoses, nozzles, applicators and spanners are situated at their respective stations and in satisfactory condition.   Yes/No/NA (*)
          The fixed fire fighting system controls, piping, instructions and markings are properly maintained and serviced.             Yes/No/NA (*)
 D1.5
          Date of last reported system test:                         (Day/Month/Year)                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)

 D1.6     All semi-portable and portable extinguishers are fully charged, in their stowed position and with valid service dates.       Yes/No/NA (*)
          The remote controls for stopping fans and machinery and shutting off fuel supplies in machinery spaces and where
 D1.7     fitted, the remote controls for stopping fans in accommodation spaces and means of cutting off power to the galley are       Yes/No/NA (*)
          in working order.
          The closing arrangements of ventilators, annular spaces, skylights, doorways and tunnel where applicable are
 D1.8                                                                                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)
          satisfactory.
          Confirming as far as practical, that no changes have been made in the structural fire protection, examining any manual
 D1.9     and automatic fire doors and proving their operation, testing the means of closing the main inlets and outlets of all        Yes/No/NA (*)
          ventilation systems and testing the means of stopping power ventilation systems from outside the space served
 D1.10    The fireman’s outfits are complete and in satisfactory condition.                                                            Yes/No/NA (*)
 D2       For CSSC & ILL Certificates the following items is also dealt with:
 D2.1     Manoeuvring booklet with information displayed on bridge                                                                     Yes/No/NA (*)

 D2.2     Damage Control Plans for ships built on and after 1-February-1992                                                            Yes/No/NA (*)
 D3       Confirmation that the following is satisfactory:
 D3.1     Structural fire protection and fire doors including remote stopping of ventilation systems                                   Yes/No/NA (*)

 D3.2     Ventilation of machinery spaces                                                                                              Yes/No/NA (*)

 D3.3     Noise protection in machinery spaces                                                                                         Yes/No/NA (*)

 D3.4     Engineer’s alarm is audible in the engineer’s accommodation area                                                             Yes/No/NA (*)

 D3.5     Domestic gaseous fuel arrangements                                                                                           Yes/No/NA (*)

 D3.6     First start arrangements                                                                                                     Yes/No/NA (*)

 D3.7     Arrangements for escape from working spaces                                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)
 E1       Oil Tankers, including Combination Carriers (Annual, Intermediate , Renewal Surveys) - ESP ships

 E1.1     Weather deck                                                                                                                 Yes/No/NA (*)
          Cargo tank openings including gaskets, covers, coamings, valves and flame screens are all satisfactory as far as could
 E1.2                                                                                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)
          be seen.
          A portable instrument for measuring flammable vapour concentrations with sufficient spares and means of calibration is
 E1.3                                                                                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)
          satisfactory.
          Flame screens on vents at all bunker, oily ballast and oily slop tanks and void spaces are satisfactory as far as could be
 E1.4                                                                                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)
          seen.
          An examination of cargo, crude oil washing, bunker, ballast, stripping and vent piping systems including vent masts and
 E1.5                                                                                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)
          headers has been carried out and all found in satisfactory condition.
          An examination of cargo tank venting arrangements and secondary means of venting or over/ under pressure alarms, if
 E1.6                                                                                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)
          fitted, has been found operational and satisfactory.
 E1.7     The condition of electrical equipment in dangerous zones is satisfactory as far as could be ascertained.                     Yes/No/NA (*)

 E1.8     Access to bow arrangements found satisfactory                                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
 E2       Fire Extinguishing Arrangements
          Examination of the fixed fire-fighting system for the cargo pump room, confirming that the installation tests have been
 E2.1     satisfactorily completed with its means of operation clearly marked and when appropriate , checking the operation of    Yes/No/NA (*)
          the remote means for closing the various openings, all found satisfactory
 E2.2     The deck foam and deck sprinkler systems were found to be operable and in satisfactory condition                             Yes/No/NA (*)
 E3       Emergency Towing Arrangements
 E3.1     Condition of emergency towing arrangements found satisfactory                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
 E4       Cargo pump room
          Confirm that no potential sources of ignition (in or near the cargo pump room) such as loose gear, excessive product in
 E4.1                                                                                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)
          bilges, excessive vapours, combustible materials, etc. have been observed and if found then eliminated.
 E4.2     The access ladders are in satisfactory condition.                                                                            Yes/No/NA (*)

 E4.3     All electrical equipment is in satisfactory condition as far as could be ascertained.                                        Yes/No/NA (*)
          The emergency lighting in all cargo pump rooms of tankers constructed after 1-July-2002 have been examined
 E4.4                                                                                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)
          and found satisfactory


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 E4.5     The pump room bulkheads are free of signs of oil leakage or fractures.                                                     Yes/No/NA (*)

 E4.6     The sealing arrangements of bulkhead penetrations are satisfactory.                                                        Yes/No/NA (*)

 E4.7     An external examination of piping systems has been carried out and all found in a satisfactory condition.                  Yes/No/NA (*)

 E4.8     The cargo, bilge, ballast and stripping pumps examined as far as practicable and found satisfactory for:                   Yes/No/NA (*)

 E4.9     Excessive gland seal leakage.                                                                                              Yes/No/NA (*)

 E4.10    Operation of electrical and mechanical remote operating and shutdown devices.                                              Yes/No/NA (*)

 E4.11    Integrity of pump room bilge system and pump foundations.                                                                  Yes/No/NA (*)

 E4.12    The ventilation system is operational the ducting intact, the dampers are operable and the screens are clean.              Yes/No/NA (*)
          As far as could be seen, the installed pressure gauges on cargo discharge lines and level indicator systems are
 E4.13                                                                                                                               Yes/No/NA (*)
          operational.
 E5       Inert gas systems (where fitted)
 E5.1     From external examination, all components and piping found free of signs of corrosion or gas/effluent leakage.             Yes/No/NA (*)

 E5.2     Both inert gas blowers are operational.                                                                                    Yes/No/NA (*)

 E5.3     The scrubber room ventilation system is operational.                                                                       Yes/No/NA (*)

 E5.4     The deck water seal filling and draining system is operational and without evidence of water carry-over.                   Yes/No/NA (*)

 E5.5     The non-return valve is operational.                                                                                       Yes/No/NA (*)
          The operation of all remotely operated or automatically controlled valves, in particular the flue gas isolating valve(s)
 E5.6                                                                                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
          found satisfactory.
 E5.7     The interlocking feature of the soot blowers checked and found satisfactory.                                               Yes/No/NA (*)

 E5.8     The gas pressure regulating valve automatically closes when the inert gas blowers are secured                              Yes/No/NA (*)
          The following safety devices of the inert gas system have been checked, as far as practicable, using simulated
 E5.9                                                                                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
          conditions where necessary and found satisfactory:
 E5.10    high oxygen content of gas in the inert gas main                                                                           Yes/No/NA (*)

 E5.11    Low gas pressure in the inert gas main.                                                                                    Yes/No/NA (*)

 E5.12    low pressure in the supply to the deck water seal                                                                          Yes/No/NA (*)

 E5.13    high temperature of gas in the inert gas main                                                                              Yes/No/NA (*)

 E5.14    low water pressure to the scrubber                                                                                         Yes/No/NA (*)

 E5.15    accuracy of portable and fixed oxygen measuring equipment by means of calibration gas                                      Yes/No/NA (*)

 E5.16    high water level in the scrubber                                                                                           Yes/No/NA (*)

 E5.17    failure of the inert gas blowers                                                                                           Yes/No/NA (*)

 E5.18    failure of the power supply to the automatic control system for the gas regulating valve and to the instrumentation        Yes/No/NA (*)

 E5.19    continuous indication and permanent recording of pressure and oxygen content in the inert gas main                         Yes/No/NA (*)

 E5.20    high gas pressure in the inert gas main                                                                                    Yes/No/NA (*)

 E5.21    Inert Gas System operated on completion of the checks listed above and found satisfactory                                  Yes/No/NA (*)
 G1       Docking Surveys Hull , Rudder and Anchors
          Particular attention should be paid to any application or renewal of high resistance paint Systems to the underwater
 G1.1                                                                                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
          portion of the hull. Surveyors should submit particulars of the Maker and coating material
          A satisfactory examination of the shell including bottom, side and bow plating, sea inlet boxes, keel, stern, sternframe
 G1.2                                                                                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
          and rudder(s) was carried out.
 G1.3     The clearances of rudder bearings are satisfactory. Report clearances to be attached                                       Yes/No/NA (*)
          The sea suctions, overboard discharge valves, sea chests, strainers and their connections to the hull were generally
 G1.4                                                                                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
          examined and all found Satisfactory.
          The propeller and fastenings, sternbush fastenings, and the gratings at the sea inlets were examined and found
 G1.5                                                                                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
          satisfactory.
          The propeller shaft seal(s) were found satisfactory and tight and the propeller shaft(s) clearance(s) were satisfactory.   Yes/No/NA (*)
 G1.6
          Report clearance/poker gauge readings to be attached                                                                       Yes/No/NA (*)
          The anchoring and mooring equipment was examined as far as practicable, the anchors and cables partially raised and.
 G1.7                                                                                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
          Lowered using the windlass and found satisfactory
          Note: The examination of anchors, chain cables, chain lockers and the requirements for thickness measurement are to
 G1.8                                                                                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
          be dealt with at Docking Surveys held in connection with the Renewal Survey.




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 G2       Docking Surveys Oil tankers (including combination carriers) 5 years old and over
          A satisfactory general examination of the electrical equipment and cables in dangerous zones such as cargo pump room
 G2.1     and spaces adjacent to and zones above cargo tanks for defective and non-certified safe-type electrical equipment or       Yes/No/NA (*)
          improperly installed
          The insulation resistance of the circuits was satisfactorily tested or there is a recent record of insulation resistance
 G2.2                                                                                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
          testing, that is considered acceptable.
          Where the Administration has implemented the Harmonized System of Survey and Certification (HSSC) and where ICS
 G2.3     is authorised to issue the Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate, confirm certificate endorsed in respect to the date Yes/No/NA (*)
          of inspection of the ships bottom. Enter date:                     (Month/Year)


 H1       Docking Surveys - Paint systems
 H1.1     The condition of the paint system applied to the underwater portion of the hull is satisfactory                            Yes/No/NA (*)

 H1.2     High Resistant Paint (H.R.P.) [ If applicable ]                                                                            Yes/No/NA (*)

 H1.3     High Resistant Paint applied to the underwater portion of the hull                                                         Yes/No/NA (*)

 H1.4     Manufacturer:                                                                                                              Yes/No/NA (*)

 H1.5     Dry Film Thickness:          microns                                                                                       Yes/No/NA (*)

 H1.6     Tin Free Anti-Fouling (TBT Free) [ If applied ]                                                                            Yes/No/NA (*)

 H1.7     Anti-fouling system : [ i.e. TBT / non-TBT / TBT covered with sealer coat]                                                 Yes/No/NA (*)

 H1.8     Certificate No :                                                                                                           Yes/No/NA (*)

 H1.9     Date: (Day/Month/Year):                                                                                                    Yes/No/NA (*)

 H1.10    Certificate type : [i.e. Record of Anti-fouling System, Certificate of Compliance, IMO AFS Certificate]                    Yes/No/NA (*)



 I1       Additional Survey Requirements (Intermediate , Renewal Surveys)
          All ships
 I1.1     The electrical generating sets have been examined under working conditions and found satisfactory.                         Yes/No/NA (*)

 I1.2     Ships of 5 years to 10 years old                                                                                           Yes/No/NA (*)
          Representative salt-water ballast tanks, including any protective coating, have been generally examined internally and
 I1.3                                                                                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
          found satisfactory. (See List of Tanks Examined and Reported in Section J1,as applicable)
 I1.4     Ships of 10 years old and over                                                                                             Yes/No/NA (*)
          All salt-water ballast tanks, including any protective coating, generally examined internally and found satisfactory.
 I1.5                                                                                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
          (See List of Tanks Examined and Reported in Section J1, as applicable)
 I1.6     The anchors have been partially raised and lowered satisfactorily using the windlass                                       Yes/No/NA (*)

 I1.7     Dry Cargo Ships 15 years old and over (not for General Dry Cargo Ships, refer to section I4)                               Yes/No/NA (*)

 I1.8     An Overall Survey of a forward and an after cargo hold has been carried out and found satisfactory.                        Yes/No/NA (*)
 I2       Oil Tankers (including Combination Carriers) and Chemical Tankers - ESP ships
 I2.1     All tankers                                                                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
          Cargo, crude oil washing, bunker, ballast, steam and vent piping on weather decks, also vent masts and headers
 I2.2                                                                                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
          examined and found satisfactory.
          The insulation resistance of the circuits was satisfactorily tested or there is a recent record of insulation resistance
 I2.3                                                                                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
          testing that is considered acceptable. (Refer to Docking Survey in Section G1)
 I3       Single hull oil tankers [ including ore/oil and ore/bulk/oil ships ] of 5 years to 10 years old
          Examination of all salt- water ballast tanks. Where considered necessary by the surveyor, thickness measurement and
 I3.1                                                                                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
          testing are to be carried out to ensure the structural integrity remains effective
 I4       Double hull oil tankers and chemical tankers of 5 years to 10 years old
          Overall Survey of representative salt-water ballast tanks as selected by the surveyor. If the survey reveals no visible
 I4.1                                                                                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
          defects , the examination may be limited to a verification that the hard protective coating remains in GOOD condition
 I5       Oil tankers [ including ore/oil and ore/bulk/oil ships] over 10 years old
          Survey requirements are to be completed to the extent of the pervious Renewal Survey (applicable to ESP ships only)
 I5.1                                                                                                                                Yes/No/NA (*)
          with testing of cargo holds and ballast tanks as deemed necessary by the attending surveyor.
 I5.2     Requirements for longitudinal strength evaluation to be carried out as deemed necessary by the attending Surveyor          Yes/No/NA (*)




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 I6       Dry bulk cargo ships (bulk carriers) 5 years old and over - ESP ships
 I6.1     For ships between 5 and 10 years old                                                                                        Yes/No/NA (*)

 I6.2     Overall Survey of all cargo holds.                                                                                          Yes/No/NA (*)
          Close-up survey to establish the condition of at least 25% of the cargo hold side shell frames including their upper and
 I6.3     lower end attachments, adjacent shell plating and the transverse bulkheads in the forward cargo hold and one other          Yes/No/NA (*)
          selected cargo hold, on single skin ships
          The close-up survey has been extended because of the need for remedial action (details to be reported). Any necessary
 I6.4                                                                                                                                 Yes/No/NA (*)
          thickness measurements are to be reported.
          Thickness measurement of areas subject to close up survey (may be specially considered if no structural diminution and
 I6.5                                                                                                                                 Yes/No/NA (*)
          protective coating in good conditions)
          Overall survey of representative salt-water ballast tanks, as selected by the surveyor. The selected tanks are to include
 I6.6     the fore peak tank, aft peak tank and a number of other tanks, taking into account the total number and type of ballast     Yes/No/NA (*)
          tanks
 I6.7     For ships over 10 years                                                                                                     Yes/No/NA (*)
          Survey requirements are to be completed to the extent of the previous Renewal Survey (applicable to ESP ships only)
 I6.8     with testing of cargo holds and ballast tanks and internal examination of fuel oil tanks as deemed necessary by the         Yes/No/NA (*)
          attending surveyor.
          General Dry Cargo Ships: A General Dry Cargo Ship is defined as a self propelled ship of 500 gross tonnes or
          above, constructed generally with a tween deck and intended to carry solid cargos. This excludes Bulk Carriers,
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          Refrigerated Cargo Ships, Ro-Ro Ships and Ships dedicated for the carriage of containers, forest products (but
          not log or timber carriers), wood ships, cement, livestock carriers and docking/deck ships.
 I7.1     For ships between 5 and 10 years                                                                                            Yes/No/NA (*)

 I7.2     Overall survey of one forward and one aft cargo hold and their associated tween deck spaces.                                Yes/No/NA (*)
          The close-up survey has been extended because of the need for remedial action (details to be reported). Any necessary
 I7.3                                                                                                                                 Yes/No/NA (*)
          thickness measurements are to be reported.
 I7.4     Overall survey of representative salt-water ballast tanks, as selected by the surveyor                                      Yes/No/NA (*)

 I7.5     For ships between 10 and 15 years                                                                                           Yes/No/NA (*)

 I7.6     Overall survey of all cargo holds and tween deck spaces.                                                                    Yes/No/NA (*)
          The close-up survey has been extended because of the need for remedial action (details to be reported). Any necessary
 I7.7                                                                                                                                 Yes/No/NA (*)
          thickness measurements are to be reported.
 I7.8     For ships over 15 years                                                                                                     Yes/No/NA (*)
          Survey requirements are to be completed to the extent of the previous Special Survey (applicable only to surveys of hull
 I7.9     structure and piping systems in way of cargo holds, cofferdams, pipe tunnels and void spaces within cargo length area    Yes/No/NA (*)
          and all salt water ballast tanks)
          Tank testing, survey of automatic air pipe heads and internal examination of fuel oil, lubricating oil and fresh water
 I7.10                                                                                                                             Yes/No/NA (*)
          tanks are to be carried out as deemed necessary by the attending Surveyor
          Dry Cargo Ships (other than Bulk Carriers and General Dry Cargo Ships)
 I8       Dry Cargo Ship is defined as a Ship intended to carry solid cargoes includes Container Ships, Refrigerated
          Cargo, Forest Product Carriers, Ro-Ro and Cement Carriers)

 I8.1     For ships over 15 years                                                                                                     Yes/No/NA (*)

 I8.2     Overall Survey of selected cargo holds to be carried out [details to be reported]                                           Yes/No/NA (*)




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J1        List Tanks Examined and Reported (Annual , Intermediate, Renewal Surveys)           Good/Fair/Poor/NA
 Forward and aft peak tanks                        Structural condition                                   Protective coating condition




 Topside tanks                                     Structural condition                                   Protective coating condition




 Deep tank/side tanks/centre tanks                 Structural condition                                   Protective coating condition




 Water ballast tanks                               Structural condition                                   Protective coating condition




 Protective Coating Condition


 GOOD =      Condition with only minor spot rusting affecting not more than 20 % of areas under consideration, e.g. on a deck transverse,
             side transverse, on the total area of platings and stiffeners on the longitudinal structure between these components, etc
 FAIR =      Condition with local breakdown at edges of stiffeners and weld connections and/or light rusting over 20% or more of areas
             under consideration.
 POOR =      Condition with general breakdown of coating over 20% or more of areas or hard scale at 10% or more of areas under
             consideration.




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J1        List Tanks Examined and Reported (Annual , Intermediate , Renewal Surveys) Good/Fair/Poor/NA – continued
 Double bottom tanks                                 Structural condition                                   Protective coating condition




 Other tanks                                         Structural condition                                   Protective coating condition




 Notes & Comments




 Protective Coating Condition


 GOOD =        Condition with only minor spot rusting affecting not more than 20 % of areas under consideration, e.g. on a deck transverse,
               side transverse, on the total area of platings and stiffeners on the longitudinal structure between these components, etc
 FAIR =        Condition with local breakdown at edges of stiffeners and weld connections and/or light rusting over 20% or more of areas
               under consideration.
 POOR =        Condition with general breakdown of coating over 20% or more of areas or hard scale at 10% or more of areas under
               consideration.




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L1          Appendix 1 – Bow, Inner Bow, Side and Stern                    Bow door                       Inner bow door                   Side doors                       Stern door
            Approved Operating and Maintenance Manual
L1.1        confirmed on board and satisfactory maintenance               Yes/No/NA (*)                  Yes/No/NA (*)
            maintained (Passenger ro-ro ships only – for bow doors).
            Operations and maintenance schedule confirmed on
L1.2        board                                                                                                                         Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)
            (ro-ro ships only – for side shell and stern doors)
            Operation of doors and power units witnessed and found
            satisfactory.
L1.3                                                                      Yes/No/NA (*)                  Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)
            Doors operated from closed to fully open state, with
            freedom of movement established
            Door structure and surrounding ship structure examined
L1.4                                                                      Yes/No/NA (*)                  Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)
            and found satisfactory.
            The door sealing arrangements including gaskets and
L1.5                                                                      Yes/No/NA (*)                  Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)
            retaining bars found to be satisfactory.
            The door cleating, locking and securing arrangements
L1.6        are complete, with no evidence of alteration, have been       Yes/No/NA (*)                  Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)
            examined and operate satisfactorily.
            The door hinging arrangements have been examined and
L1.7                                                                      Yes/No/NA (*)                  Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)
            found to be satisfactory.
            The local and/or remote operation of securing
L1.8                                                                      Yes/No/NA (*)                  Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)
            devices/cleats found to be satisfactory.
            All equipment associated with the opening, closing and
            securing of the doors, that is wire ropes, chains, sheaves,
L1.9                                                                      Yes/No/NA (*)                  Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)
            rollers, guides, shackles etc. examined and found to be
            satisfactory.

L1.10       The tightness of the doors has been confirmed.                Yes/No/NA (*)                  Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)
            The remote control panels and associated indicator
            lights, closed circuit television system, water leakage
L1.11                                                                     Yes/No/NA (*)                  Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)
            indicator lights and alarm systems have been examined
            and found to operate satisfactorily (*)
            The required notice boards are in place and the ships log
L1.12                                                                     Yes/No/NA (*)                  Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)
            entries confirmed (*)

L1.13       Power units                                                   Yes/No/NA (*)                  Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)
            The power units used for the opening, closing and
L1.14       securing of the doors have been found to operate              Yes/No/NA (*)                  Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)
            satisfactorily.
            The hydraulic system including pipelines and fittings has
L1.15                                                                     Yes/No/NA (*)                  Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)
            been confirmed free of leaks.
            The hydraulic system (or other power systems) has been
L1.16       tested to confirm that in the. event of system failure the    Yes/No/NA (*)                  Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)
            hydraulically operated securing devices remain locked.
            All associated electrical equipment examined and found
L1.17                                                                     Yes/No/NA (*)                  Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)
            satisfactory.
            It is confirmed that the Report C11 on board provides
            sufficient information regarding the door arrangements
L1.18       as fitted, including details of securing devices, remote      Yes/No/NA (*)                  Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)                    Yes/No/NA (*)
            control devices and associated indicator lights, CCTV
            system, water leakage indicators and bilge system.
            Confirm the bilge system for the space between the inner
L1.19                                                                                                                                                                      Yes/No/NA (*)
            and outer bow doors tested satisfactorily.
            Confirm that the bilge system for vehicle deck(s) has
L1.20                                                                                                                                                                      Yes/No/NA (*)
            been tested satisfactorily.
            (*) For all inward opening doors (without size restriction) and outward opening doors with a clear opening of 12m² or more.

Note: The above are intended to apply to doors on roll on-roll off ships (Ro-Ro ships) but may be applied as necessary and as applicable to other Shell Doors of other type of ships




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ALTERATIONS OR MODIFICATIONS:



         Describe in detail all system and equipment or parts which have been installed or modified…………………………............




DEFICIENCIES, REQUIREMENTS, REMARKS, RECOMMENDATIONS




FINAL RECOMMENDATION:


         It is recommended that:

               A Full Term CSSC & ILL Certificates may be issued valid for a period of five (5) years…………….........

               No Full Term CSSC & ILL Certificates to be issued until the survey is completed…………………………

               The Existing CSSC & ILL Certificates Nos.                                                        has been endorsed at:
                                                                      the               of                                of
                            (Place of issue of Endorsement)                  (Day)                          (Month)                 (Year)

               I have issued the Interim CSSC & ILL Certificates Nos.
               at:                                                            The              of                              of
                                 (Place of issue of Interim CSSC & ILL)               (Day)                  (Month)                     (Year)
               Valid until the                 of                               of                      .
                                     (Day)                  (Month)                       (Year)


     THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT: This survey report is correct in all respects.

     Issued at :                                                       the                    of                               of
                          (Place of issue of the Survey Report)                   (Day)                      (Month)                     (Year)




                                         Name and Signature of duly authorized official issuing the Survey Report
                                                       By: Intermaritime Certification Services, S.A.




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