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System guidance and Instructions in line with international maritime industry SFI codes.

Group 1 – General

Tasks that cannot be charged to any specific function on board, e.g. administration, survey, general arrangement, quality assurance, launching, dry-docking and warranty work.

Group 2 – Hull Systems

Hull, superstructure and material protection of the vessel. Includes masts and sails.

Group 3 – Cargo Equipment

Cargo equipment and machinery including systems for vessel’s cargo, loading/discharging systems, cargo winches and hatches.

Group 4 – Vessel Equipment

Vessel specific equipment- and machinery. Navigational equipment, maneuvering machinery, anchoring equipment, and communication equipment. This group also includes special equipment such as equipment for fishing.

Group 5 – Crew and Passenger Equipment

Equipment, machinery, systems for serving crew and passengers; for example lifesaving equipment, furniture, interior and catering equipment and sanitary systems.

Group 6 – Main Machinery

Primary components in the engine room, for example main propulsion and auxiliary engines, propellers, plant, boilers, and generators.

Group 7 – Auxiliary Equipment

Systems serving main machinery components, for example fuel and lubrication oil systems, starting air system, exhaust systems and automation systems.

Group 8 – Common Systems

Central vessel systems, for example ballast and bilge systems, fire fighting and wash down systems, electrical distribution systems etc.

Ocean Time Marine
PO Box 5057,
Mordialloc 3195, Victoria

p: +61 (0)2 8005 1999
f: 1 8976 7686

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