Management

Standard Dry Dock Terms and Conditions


1 Vessel Delivery to CONTRACTOR 5

2 Vessel Redelivery to COMPANY 5

3 Responsibility 5

4 COMPANY SUPPLY 5

5 ACCESS AND REMOVAL OF WASTE MATERIALS 5

5.1 GANGWAYS 5

5.2 REMOVAL OF WASTE MATTER, SCRAP ETC 5

6 WELDING AND HOTWORK/FIREWATCH 6

6.1 WORKMANSHIP, WELDING AND MATERIALS 6

6.2 WELDING 6

6.3 EARTH CONDITIONS 6

6.4 PROVISION OF FIRE MAIN SUPPLY 6

6.5 FIRE WATCH 6

6.6 BURNING EQUIPMENT 6

6.7 CLEANING FOR HOTWORK 6

7 PROTECTION OF EQUIPMENT 6

7.1 PROTECTION FROM GRIT AND WATER BLASTING 6

8 BLOCKS AND SHORING 7

8.1 BLOCK / VESSEL ALIGNMENT 7

8.2 PLANNED MOVEMENT OF BLOCKS / SHORES 7

9 MARINE CREW AND SPECIALIST TECHNICIANS 7

9.1 COMPANY THIRD PARTY SPECIALISTS 7

9.2 CO-ORDINATION 7

10 Craneage 7

10.1 VESSEL CRANES 7

11 ACCEPTANCE of repair 7

11.1 BY COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE 7

11.2 BY CLASSIFICATION SOCIETY 7

12 SCRAP 8

12.1 OWNERSHIP 8

13 CONTRACTOR'S SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND HUMAN RESOURCES 8

14 SHIPYARD USE OF tHIRD pARTY cONTRACTORS 8

15 MISCELLANEOUS 8

15.1 SHIPYARD SAFETY PLAN 9

15.2 PLANNING CHART 9

15.3 TARIFF RATES 9

15.4 SHIFT ROTA 9

15.5 HOLIDAYS 9

15.6 MAINTENANCE 9

16 STANDARD PRACTICES 9

16.1 PIPEWORK FLANGED CONNECTIONS 9

16.2 ASBESTOS 9

16.3 WORK COMPLETION 9

16.4 USE OF ANTI-SEIZE COMPOUNDS 9

16.5 JOINTING MATERIAL 9

16.6 GUARANTEE 10

16.7 MAINTENANCE OF WORKSITE 10

16.8 MANAGEMENT OF SAFETY AT WORKSITE 10

16.9 TIGHTENING EQUIPMENT 10

16.10 LIGHTING 10

16.11 VENTILATION 10

16.12 POWER SUPPLIES (ELECTRICAL, PNEUMATIC, ETC) 10

17 Docking / Undocking 10

17.1 SETTING OF DOCK BLOCKS 10

17.2 FLOODING 10

17.3 BALLASTING 11

18 HULL AND STRUCTURE COATINGS 11

18.1 COATING 11

18.1.1 Supply 11

18.1.2 Coating Storage 11

18.1.3 Disposal of Paint and Thinner Containers 11

18.2 PREPARATION PRIOR TO COATING APPLICATION 11

18.2.1 Rates 11

18.2.2 Oil Contamination 11

18.2.3 Protection from overboard discharges 11

18.2.4 Hull Anodes 11

18.2.5 Protection from Grit or Water blasting 11

18.2.5.1 Notification 11

18.2.6 Coating Representative 11

18.2.7 Coating Application 12

18.2.8 Tyre Fenders 12

18.2.9 Protection of Opening and equipment prior to Topside coating application 12

19 HULL AND STRUCTURE REPAIRS 12

19.1 REPORTING 12

19.2 REPAIR SPECIFICATION 12

19.3 REPAIRS 12

20 Wooden Deck Sheathing 12

21 ACCOMMODATION 12

22 THRUSTERS 13

22.1 MANUFACTURERS REPRESENTATIVE 13

22.2 FACILITY 13

22.3 WELDING ADJACENT TO THRUSTER INSTALLATIONS 13

22.4 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION / DISCONNECTION 13

22.5 INSPECTION 13

23 TANKS 13

23.1 FUEL TANKS 13

23.1.1 Entry 13

23.1.2 Tanks for Survey 13

23.1.3 Repairs 14

23.1.4 Manholes 14

23.1.5 Final Condition 14

23.1.6 Inspection 14

23.2 BALLAST TANKS 14

23.2.1 Entry 14

23.2.2 Tanks for Survey 14

23.2.3 Repairs 14

23.2.4 Manholes 14

23.2.5 Coating 15

23.2.6 Final Condition 15

23.2.7 Inspection 15

23.2.8 Sacrificial Anodes 15

23.3 DOMESTIC FRESH AND POTABLE WATER TANKS 15

23.3.1 Entry 15

23.3.2 Tanks for Survey 15

23.3.3 Repairs 15

23.3.4 Manholes 16

23.3.5 Coating 16

23.3.6 Final Condition 16

23.3.7 Cleanliness and STERILITY 16

23.3.8 Use of lubricants, Sealants, Gaskets etc 16

23.3.9 Inspection 16

23.4 OTHER TANKS 16

24 HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS 16

25 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 16

25.1 HIGH VOLTAGE 17

26 STEAM SYSTEMS 17

26.1 BOILERS 17

26.1.1 Gas Side WORK 17

26.2 JOINTING 17

26.3 LAGGING 17

27 WASTE SYSTEMS 18

27.1 SEWAGE TREATMENT TANK 18

27.2 TEMPORARY TOILET FACILITIES 18

27.3 TEMPORARY SHOWER FACILITIES 18

28 Oily Water Separator 18

29 Incinerator 19

30 Compressed Air Systems 19

31 Refrigerant Systems 19

32 SAFETY SYSTEMS 19

32.1 LIFERAFTS 19

32.1.1 Halon 19

32.2 LIFEBOAT ONLOAD RELEASE GEAR 19

33 Pressure Containers 19

34 Diesel Engines 19

35 FACILITIES FOR COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE 20

The vessel is detailed and described in Section II (Scope of the Work) and its various Addenda’s.


1 Vessel Delivery to CONTRACTOR

The vessel will be delivered to CONTRACTOR, safely afloat either alongside CONTRACTOR's quayside or within CONTRACTOR's dry-dock.


The vessel shall be considered ready for the WORK when it is off the CONTRACTORS’ Shipyard ready to be secured at the wharf between the hours of 06.00 and 18.00.

2 Vessel Redelivery to COMPANY

The vessel will be accepted afloat by COMPANY when COMPANY is satisfied that completion of all WORK and removal of all tools and appliances, dirt, debris and old materials has been achieved.

3 Responsibility

From the time the vessel is delivered to the CONTRACTOR and until the vessel is redelivered to the COMPANY, upon satisfactory completion of the WORK, the vessel shall be the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR to comply with all Specifications, requirements, regulations and Laws of Governments concerned, all applicable regulatory and Classification bodies that apply to all repairs, renewals, alterations, use of fire, burning, welding, riveting and other such methods used to carrying out such work, whether or not specifically stated in the Dry Dock Item Specifications of the COMPANY.  


During the time the vessel is in the CONTRACTORS’ Shipyard and under the CONTRACTOR’s time, the vessel shall be the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR.  Without limiting, by the provisions hereof, any liability of the CONTRACTOR, as to amount, howsoever arising, it is understood that from the delivery of the vessel to CONTRACTOR until redelivery to the COMPANY after satisfactorily completing the WORK or while the WORK hereunder is being performed, the CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for, and make good, at the CONTRACTORS’ expense any and all losses, incidents, injuries and/or damage of any nature to the vessel and/or the vessel’s equipment and/or its cargo and/or its moveable stores, occurring through any act or default or neglect of the CONTRACTOR and/or any of the CONTRACTORS’ Agents or employees which by the exercise of reasonable care should have been prevented.

4 COMPANY SUPPLY

All prices within Appendix 5 will be assumed to include in the quoted costs for each Item all necessary services in connection with performing the specified work including cleaning, removals and refitting, supply of any materials and consumables required, staging for access, ventilation and all labour, plant and equipment unless specifically excluded by CONTRACTOR, or priced elsewhere.


In this context it should be understood that all lubricants, manufacturers’ spare parts, paint coatings, required thinners and anodes are COMPANY supply, unless specified otherwise within the Scope of Services.


5 ACCESS AND REMOVAL OF WASTE MATERIALS

5.1 Gangways

Adequate gangway(s) to be provided for access from dock top to vessel and maintained in good order for the duration of the repair works. Additional access gangways to specific work sites if required are to be included in CONTRACTOR's pricing.

5.2 Removal of waste matter, Scrap etc

All repair work waste matter, scrap, etc is to be removed ashore daily.  Furthermore CONTRACTOR to ensure that all decks and work sites within its control are maintained in a safe and tidy condition.

6 WELDING AND HOTWORK/FIREWATCH

6.1 Workmanship, Welding and Materials

All workmanship, materials and consumables are subject to the approval of the relevant classification society and appropriate certification is to be furnished on completion of docking.

6.2 Welding

All welding is to be performed to the satisfaction of the attending classification society surveyor and in accordance with relevant class rules.

All pipe work where possible is to have internal and external fully welded seams, and must be pressure tested and witnessed by company representative prior to fitment.

6.3 Earth Conditions  

Earth connections should be secured to the hull and removed on completion of all works in an approved manner.  All welding on cranes and within Thruster tunnels, etc., is to be carried out with extreme care after ensuring that an adequate return path exists.

6.4 Provision of Fire Main supply  

The Shore water main is to be connected to the vessel's fire-main as soon as possible after entering dock and water under adequate pressure (7 bar) is to be available on ship's fire-main at all times throughout dry-docking period.

6.5 Fire Watch

Fire-watch is to be provided by CONTRACTOR for all hot work and included within pricing for each job. As an alternative the CONTRACTOR may provide fire watch on a per man hour basis, in this case the CONTRACTOR shall provide timesheets for hours incurred in performance of this duty no later than 3 days after the cost have been incurred. Failure to do so will be considered a Non-Conformance against the terms and conditions of the agreement and may result in costs being disputed.

6.6 Burning Equipment

Burning equipment and hoses are to be subject to inspection by CONTRACTOR prior to first use and on a per day basis whilst installed on the vessel. All such equipment must be removed from enclosed compartments, tanks, columns, etc when the operator leaves the work site. It is not acceptable that such equipment is left untendered at any time unless risk assessed and agreement gained with COMPANY’s representative.

6.7 Cleaning for Hotwork  

Whilst every endeavour will be made to arrive with the spaces specified for hot work in a fit condition for same.  CONTRACTOR shall arrange whatever services that may be required without delay following preliminary inspection of work-scope should further cleaning or gas freeing be found necessary (at agreed rates).

7 PROTECTION OF EQUIPMENT

7.1 Protection from Grit and Water Blasting

Machinery spaces including Thruster locations, diving and pipe-lay equipment, etc or access openings cut in shell for repairs are to be adequately protected against water and blasting grit ingress before commencement of such work.


CONTRACTOR to confirm that adequate of preventative measures are taken with vessel's Chief Engineer prior to starting work.  Further repairs required due to CONTRACTOR's negligence for any damage so caused will be to CONTRACTOR's account.


Protection form ingress through fixed openings is the responsibility of the COMPANY. Before commencement of blasting operations CONTRACTOR is to get assurance from COMPANY representative that such protection is in place.  Should the CONTRACTOR commence blasting operations before this assurance is given, the damaged so caused shall be to CONTRACTOR’s account.

8 BLOCKS AND SHORING

8.1 Block Layout

Blocks are to be laid out in accordance with approved Docking Plan only. Prior to flooding  CONTRACTOR shall demonstrate to COMPANY representative accuracy of Dock Block layout to Plan. Vessel shall not enter dock until CONTRACTOR has received confirmation from COMPANY representative it is satisfactory to do so.

8.2 Block / Vessel ALIGNMENT

Particular attention is to be paid during docking to ensure the vessel is landed centrally on docking blocks in accordance with the docking plan. CONTRACTOR is to assume full responsibility for vessel from first line ashore at the dock head until vessel is redelivered in an afloat condition outside the dock gates or elsewhere by mutual agreement. During docking the vessel is to be shored as necessary.

8.3 Planned movement of Blocks / Shores

Preparation/removal/repositioning of blocks and shores for access to repairs included within lump sum quotations are to be included within the quoted costs for each job.

9 MARINE CREW AND SPECIALIST TECHNICIANS

9.1 COMPANY Third Party specialists

Vessel crew and COMPANY and specialist contractors shall perform maintenance activities to equipment during shipyard stay.  CONTRACTOR shall allow this without hindrance and is to arrange any assistance requested by the COMPANY superintendent. Manufacturer's service engineers will be engaged directly by COMPANY at COMPANY’s cost as required to assist the CONTRACTOR unless otherwise agreed.

9.2 Co-Ordination

CONTRACTOR shall advise any requirements it may have in this regard. CONTRACTOR is to co-ordinate the activities of any such personnel requested within the overall scope of the repair works that are being undertaken. These co-ordinations shall be demonstrated on the CONTRACTOR provided planning chart.

10 Craneage

Crane assistance to be supplied at quoted rates to ship's crew at the request of COMPANY’s superintendent for loading any stores, spare gear and machinery parts. Ship's cranes will be used if practical.

10.1 Vessel Cranes

Vessel crewmembers only shall drive the vessel's cranes.  CONTRACTOR shall advise limitations of any permitted crane operations.

11 ACCEPTANCE of repair

11.1 By COMPANY Representative

All systems repaired will be subject to acceptance testing on completion of repairs by ship's staff to the satisfaction of COMPANY’s superintendent in addition to any classification society requirements.

11.2 By Classification Society

Classification society requirements will form the normal acceptance level.

12 SCRAP

12.1 Ownership

Unless otherwise agreed, scrap materials removed from the vessel's or the vessel's fittings or equipment shall remain the property of COMPANY.

13 CONTRACTOR'S SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND HUMAN RESOURCES

Unless specifically stated to the contrary within the "Scope of Work" the following shall be deemed included in pricing:

Hand tools including but not limited portable pipe bending, grinding and lifting gear.

Welding, burning and related equipment and consumables.

Heating, lighting and security services.

Shot blasting, coating and painting equipment and consumables.

Housekeeping maintenance of dock area adjacent to vessel.

Onshore transportation other than specialist type transport or Craneage.

Dry-dock/repair quay Craneage.

Oils, greases, lubricants and coolants for contractor plant.

Onshore machine shop work (other than specified third party services).

Gangways and other means of access.

Transportation of equipment and spare parts.

NDT equipment and consumables.

Employees Liability and Third Party Insurance.

Employees holidays including statutory holidays.

Employees living allowance.

Employees travel payments.

Employee’s protective clothing for all works undertaken.

Employees medical cover.

Employee’s salary, premium time and bonus payments.

Access equipment including but not limited to scaffolding and mobile access towers. And, generally, all material, equipment and logistics required by CONTRACTOR to perform the WORK.


14 SHIPYARD USE OF tHIRD pARTY cONTRACTORS

CONTRACTOR shall use only  their approved Third Party Contractors which  have been through their assurance  processes. CONTRACTOR shall demonstrate to COMPANY assurance process on request.


Where  suitable approved Third Party Contractor is not available CONTRACTOR shall  demonstrate to COMPANY how Third Party Contractor will be managed and where responsibility lies with Assurance of activities carried out.


CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for  all work carried out by  their designated Third Party Contractors as if they were direct employees, this shall include Hold Harmless with COMPANY any issues arising from incident on COMPANY vessel.


Excluded are Third Party Contractors engaged directly by COMPANY.

15 MISCELLANEOUS

CONTRACTOR shall supply the following information:

15.1 Shipyard Safety Plan

Provide "Shipyard Safety Plan" including fire and accident procedures in order that the vessel and shipyard Safety requirements can be interfaced, to be presented to the vessel's Master on arrival.

15.2 Planning Chart

Prepare and furnish to COMPANY’s representative a comprehensive Planning Chart for all works contained within this specification. To be presented to COMPANY representative prior to the vessel arriving at your facility. Actual progress and revised planning is to be charted by CONTRACTOR on a daily basis and furnished to COMPANY representative daily.

15.3 Tariff Rates

Supply tariff rates for the following disciplines and minimum time allocations: Mechanical fitter, Electrical fitter, Painter / cleaner, Welder, Platter, Fire watchman, Night watchman.

15.4 Shift rota

Confirm shift rota: Normal working hours, Overtime hours, Number of working shifts daily basis, Weekend working. Specify if work can be affected on a continuous, uninterrupted 24-hour basis.

15.5 Holidays

Confirm if yard personnel are due to be on holiday (Public holiday) during the anticipated dry-docking and repair period.

15.6 Maintenance

Confirm that vessels staff can affect routine maintenance throughout the dry-docking and repair period.

16 STANDARD PRACTICES

The following common practices shall be considered compulsory for inclusion in any BID

16.1 Pipework Flanged connections

Were WORK requires the connection of flanges new CONTRACTOR supplied fasteners and jointing are to be used. Where Joints or Gaskets are of preformed or specialist design then COMPANY may offer to provide these free of cost.

16.2 Asbestos

No materials being from, or containing in part Asbestos shall be used unless no suitable alternative exists. In this case agreement is to be sort from COMPANY representative. CONTRACTOR shall clearly label adjacent to the site of installation a warning label to read in English “WARNING, Asbestos”

16.3 WORK completion

WORK SHALL be considered complete when it fulfils the workscope and is to the satisfaction of COMPANY, Class and / or Flag State representative

16.4 Use of Anti-Seize compounds

Fasteners are to be coated in a suitable CONTRACTOR provided anti-seize compound prior to tightening.

16.5 Jointing Material

CONTRACTOR supplied Jointing material shall be of an approved type suitable for the purpose it is to be used

16.6 Guarantee

CONTRACTOR Guarantee of WORK shall be as per terms of Call-Off Contract. Unless otherwise agreed it is to be considered not less than 3 months from vessel DELIVERY.

16.7 MAINTENANCE of Worksite

The site at each WORK shall be maintained by the CONTRACTOR as far as it is practical in a clean state free of debris.

16.8 Management of Safety at Worksite

Safety management is to be the concern of CONTRACTOR and COMPANY. Representatives from both are to liaise on a frequent basis. CONTRACTOR SHALL ensure that they have sufficient Safety Managers at the worksite. Inspections are to be carried out by CONTRACTOR Safety managers to check for such as but not restricted to

Unsafe procedures

Unsafe acts

Drop objects

Trip hazards

Unsafe equipment

Inadequately lit or ventilated worksites

16.9 Tightening Equipment

CONTRACTOR Equipment used for the application of torque or tightening pressure are to be calibrated by an approved third party within one year of their use to complete WORK. CONTRACTOR is to make available on request certification to the COMPANY representative on request.

16.10 Lighting

Where Lighting is a requirement to safely and efficiently complete WORK, CONTRACTOR SHALL include cost in the BID.

16.11 Ventilation

Where Ventilation is a requirement to safely and efficiently complete WORK, CONTRACTOR shall include cost in the BID.

16.12 Power Supplies (Electrical, Pneumatic, etc)

Where Power Supplies are a requirement to safely and efficiently complete WORK, CONTRACTOR shall include cost in the BID.

17 Docking / Undocking

17.1 Setting of Dock Blocks

Dock blocks are to be of a CONTRACTOR declared height in agreement with COMPANY representative. Blocks are to be laid out as per COMPANY provided docking plan. Prior to docking of vessel and dock block inspection is to be carried out with representatives of CONTRACTOR and COMPANY.

17.2 Flooding

CONTRACTOR is to provide sufficient personnel to monitor integrity of breaches of Hull and sea water systems by completion of WORK during the FLOODING and to attend to any ingress of water. This will be considered as part of the completion process for WORK.


Prior to commencement of flooding an inspection is to be carried out in the dock bottom. Representatives from COMPANY and CONTRACTOR are to be present. CONTRACTOR can commence flooding with agreement from COMPANY representative.


Flooding will continue until a height no greater than 2 meters is reached above High Sea Suction. At this point a thorough inspection is to be carried out by CONTRACTOR and COMPANY employees.


On report back CONTRACTOR can recommence flooding to completion with agreement of CONTRACTOR

17.3 BALLASTING

COMPANY may chose to introduce ballast from Docking water during flooding process. This will be by agreement with CONTRACTOR representative

18 HULL AND STRUCTURE COATINGS

18.1 Coating

18.1.1 Supply

All coating materials including thinners will be Owners supply.

18.1.2 Coating Storage

Yard is to provide a secure area for the storage of COMPANY coating materials for a period prior to arrival of the vessel and until coating application is complete

18.1.3 Disposal of Paint and Thinner Containers

Yard to allow for, and demonstrate cost for disposal of empty and part empty oil drums

18.2 Preparation prior to Coating Application

18.2.1 Rates

All coating and associated preparatory works are to be performed either on agreed rates per unit area or on agreed prices per coat. All prices shall include all necessary labour, plant, equipment and access costs.

18.2.2 Oil Contamination

Oil contamination to be removed by yard supplied degreasant as requested.

18.2.3 Protection from overboard discharges

Adequate precautions are required to prevent any water and / or oil from running down the ships side by plugging or diverting scuppers and overboard discharge as necessary prior to commencement of coating works.

18.2.4 Hull Anodes

Hull cathodic protection anodes, echo sounder pads, propellers and accommodation ports and windows are to be protected by soft soap, masking tape or similar. All protection so applied to be removed prior to flooding. This is to be demonstrated to COMPANY representative prior to commencement of Flooding

18.2.5 Protection from Grit or Water blasting

During Grit and Water blasting adequate measures are to be taken to prevent dust and grit entering installed machinery and / or machine parts in transit.

18.2.5.1 Notification

Vessel's staffs to be advised when blasting is taking place in adjacent docks in order that adequate precautionary measures can be taken.

18.2.6 Coating Representative

Coatings suppliers’ representative will be in attendance during preparatory and coating operations.

18.2.7 Coating Application

No coating to be applied until the hull is clean and dry and the attending superintendent or the coating supplier’s representative has approved commencement. During coating works each coat to be dry and accepted by coating supplier's representative before application of subsequent coat. It is required that all coatings are applied in accordance with the manufacturer data sheets and specifications. The COMPANY's superintendent must be fully satisfied with the coating application before it will be considered complete.

18.2.8 Tyre Fenders

Removal and replacement of tyre fenders is to be included in the cost of topside coating maintenance and application

18.2.9 Protection of Opening and equipment prior to Topside coating application

Prior to commencement of application of Topside coating all portholes are to be masked, masking to be removed on completion of coating work. Allow for protection of all mechanical and electrical equipment prior to commencement.

19 HULL AND STRUCTURE REPAIRS

19.1 Reporting

For any work designated by COMPANY as requiring installation reports for presentation to Class the CONTRACTOR shall provide within a reasonable period of  time  ( to be taken as not greater than one calendar week) following completion of work the following:

Welders Certificates;

Materials Certificates including Welding Rods;

Weld Process where provided by CONTRACTOR;

Non-destructive testing reports  where provided by CONTRACTOR;

Alignment Check reports  where provided by CONTRACTOR.


CONTRACTOR shall provide reports  in a compiled format based around individual workscope unless otherwise agreed with COMPANY representative.


For reference purposes all certificates are to be marked using the applicable dry-docking specification code number.

19.2 Repair Specification

During dock bottom inspection should any steelwork repairs be required, your QA department is to draw up a repair specification in consultation with the attending DNV surveyor, at this time you are to provide costs for the repair work. All steel is to be shop primed.

19.3 Repairs

Are to be carried out in accordance with Classification Society procedures and should any other steel renewals be required these are to be carried out after confirming extent. All steel is to be shop primed.

20 Wooden Deck Sheathing

When required by WORK, wooden deck sheathing is to be removed with a view to its replacement. Where this is not possible, and with agreement of the COMPANY representative the CONTRACTOR is to replace damaged sections with equivalent type. When lifted the CONTRACTOR is to get agreement with the COMPANY representative for any repair to coating and / or steelwork before re-laying.

21 ACCOMMODATION

CONTRACTOR is to ensure that there is no unnecessary entry to the accommodation areas by their employees or third party contractors.

22 THRUSTERS

22.1 Manufacturers Representative

COMPANY reserve the right to provide own Third Party Contractors including Manufacturers Representative to complete WORK on Thruster units. COMPANY will inform CONTRACTOR during tender process within schedule of work.

22.2 Facility

CONTRACTOR is to provide a secure controlled area for WORK on Thruster hub assembly. The control and prevention of ingress of dirt, debris, contaminants or other harmful material is essential and is to be demonstrated to the satisfaction of COMPANY representative.

22.3 Welding adjacent to Thruster Installations

CONTRACTOR is to ensure that whilst using electric arc welding appliances during thruster overhaul, direct earth/bonding to column structure are carried out in order to prevent damage to propeller shaft, pinion shaft and column bearing assemblies. Prior to the use of electric arc welding equipment around thrusters you are to inform the COMPANY representative, this statement covers for the renewal of hull anodes in way of tunnel thrusters and anodes around azimuth Thruster Kort nozzles.

22.4 Electrical Connection / disconnection

Any electrical disconnection and reconnection required by the WORK is to be carried out by suitably competent and qualified personnel. Electrical disconnection / and reconnection of High Voltage (greater than 1.5KV) requires persons who are specifically qualified to do so. CONTRACTOR is to demonstrate this to COMPANY representative prior to commencement of WORK.


22.5 Inspection

Prior to assembly and inspection is to be made by COMPANY  representative. CONTRACTOR representative to  progress on receipt of written confirmation of cleanliness.

23 TANKS

23.1 Fuel Tanks

Fuel tanks included in the WORK are to be delivered empty to the capabilities of the vessels pumping system. The CONTRACTOR is to allow for removal of un-pumpables, residues and sediment to a minimum of 2% of Total tank contents. The atmosphere is the tanks is to be considered flammable on entry, CONTRACTOR is to include cost of ventilation of spaces to allow safe entry and hot work as required by the WORK. Prior to opening of Fuel Tanks agreement is to be sort from COMPANY representative. At each daily planning meeting CONTRACTOR is to declare all tanks that are opened. NO TRANSFER OF FUEL EITHER FROM ASHORE OR INTERNALLY IS TO OCCUR WHILST TANKS ARE OPEN AND CONNECTED TO THE FUEL TRANSFER SYSTEM.

23.1.1 Entry

Entry into any enclosed space is to be through a structured permit to work and Tank Entry procedure. This may be CONTRACTORS own or COMPANY’s. On request CONTRACTOR is to demonstrate procedure in use to COMPANY representative.

23.1.2 Tanks for Survey

Were the work describes a Tank for Survey this is to be taken as survey by Classification Society representative. The tank is to be cleaned to allow proper inspection including in suction wells

23.1.3 Repairs

Repairs are to be carried out in accordance to Classification Society requirements.

23.1.4 Manholes

Manholes are to be removed and replaced by CONTRACTOR. Mating faces are to be inspected and repaired as required. Where this repair requires the removal of coating this coating is to be reinstated. New COMPANY seals or Joints provided free of charge are to be used. Studs are to be lubricated with anti-seize compound prior to refitting nuts

23.1.5 Final Condition

Before closing the CONTRACTOR is to ensure that the tank is clear of all equipment introduced into the space. This is to include, but not be restricted to,  

Scaffolding,

Cables

Lighting

Ventilation

Tools

Steel off-cuts

Coating debris

Welding consumables

Cleaning materials

Any other foreign object

23.1.6 Inspection

Before the tank is closed and inspection is to be carried out by COMPANY representative to ensure Final Condition

23.2 Ballast Tanks

Ballast tanks included in the WORK are to be delivered empty to the capabilities of the vessels pumping system. The CONTRACTOR is to allow for removal of unpumpables, residues and sediment to a minimum of 2% of Total tank contents. The atmosphere in the tanks is to be considered oxygen depleted on entry, CONTRACTOR is to include cost of ventilation of spaces to allow safe entry and hot work as required by the WORK. Prior to opening of Ballast Water Tanks agreement is to be sort from COMPANY representative. At each daily planning meeting CONTRACTOR is to declare all tanks that are opened. NO TRANSFER OF BALLAST WATERS EITHER FROM ASHORE OR INTERNALLY IS TO OCCUR WHILST TANKS ARE OPEN AND CONNECTED TO THE BALLAST TRANSFER SYSTEM.

23.2.1 Entry

Entry into any enclosed space is to be through a structured permit to work and Tank Entry procedure. This may be CONTRACTORS own or COMPANY’s. On request CONTRACTOR is to demonstrate procedure in use to COMPANY representative.

23.2.2 Tanks for Survey

Were the work describes a Tank for Survey this is to be taken as survey by Classification Society representative. The tank is to be cleaned to allow proper inspection including in suction wells

23.2.3 Repairs

Repairs are to be carried out in accordance to Classification Society requirements.

23.2.4 Manholes

Manholes are to be removed and replaced by CONTRACTOR. Mating faces are to be inspected and repaired as required. Where this repair requires the removal of coating this coating is to be reinstated. New COMPANY seals or Joints provided free of charge are to be used. Studs are to be lubricated with CONTRACTOR supplied anti-seize compound prior to refitting nuts

23.2.5 Coating

Were coating is damaged by WORK it is to be reinstated by CONTRACTOR  using COMPANY free of charge coating.

23.2.6 Final Condition

Before closing the CONTRACTOR is to ensure that the tank is clear of all equipment introduced into the space. This is to include, but not be restricted to,  

Scaffolding,

Cables

Lighting

Ventilation

Tools

Steel off-cuts

Coating debris

Welding consumables

Cleaning materials

Any other foreign object

23.2.7 Inspection

Before the tank is closed and inspection is to be carried out by COMPANY representative to ensure Final Condition

23.2.8 Sacrificial Anodes

Ballast water tanks do not normally contain sacrificial anodes. Where these are fitted CONTRACTOR is to ensure that any removed are replaced

23.3 Domestic Fresh and Potable Water Tanks

There is to be considered no difference between Tanks designated for the storage of Domestic water and Potable water. Domestic Water   tanks included in the WORK are to be delivered empty to the capabilities of the vessels pumping system. The CONTRACTOR is to allow for removal of unpumpables, residues and sediment to a minimum of 2% of Total tank contents. The atmosphere is the tanks are to be considered oxygen depleted on entry, CONTRACTOR is to include cost of ventilation of spaces to allow safe entry and hot work as required by the WORK. Prior to opening of Domestic Water Tanks agreement is to be sort from COMPANY representative. At each daily planning meeting CONTRACTOR is to declare all tanks that are opened. NO TRANSFER OF DOMESTIC WATER, OTHER THAN TO THE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM, EITHER FROM ASHORE OR INTERNALLY IS TO OCCUR WHILST TANKS ARE OPEN AND CONNECTED TO THE DOMESTIC WATER   TRANSFER SYSTEM.

23.3.1 Entry

Entry into any enclosed space is to be through a structured permit to work and Tank Entry procedure. This may be CONTRACTORS own or COMPANY’s. On request CONTRACTOR is to demonstrate procedure in use to COMPANY representative. For Tanks not subject to repair entry by CONTRACTOR personnel is to be controlled to prevent unnecessary ingress of contamination


23.3.2 Tanks for Survey

Were the work describes a Tank for Survey this is to be taken as survey by Classification Society representative. The tank is to be cleaned to allow proper inspection including in suction wells

23.3.3 Repairs

Repairs are to be carried out in accordance to Classification Society requirements.

23.3.4 Manholes

Manholes are to be removed and replaced by CONTRACTOR. Mating faces are to be inspected and repaired as required. Where this repair requires the removal of coating this coating is to be reinstated. New COMPANY seals or Joints provided free of charge are to be used. Studs are to be lubricated with CONTRACTOR supplied anti-seize compound prior to refitting nuts

23.3.5 Coating

Were coating is damaged by WORK it is to be reinstated by CONTRACTOR using COMPANY free of charge coating

23.3.6 Final Condition

Before closing the CONTRACTOR is to ensure that the tank is clear of all equipment introduced into the space. This is to include, but not be restricted to,  

Scaffolding,

Cables

Lighting

Ventilation

Tools

Steel off-cuts

Coating debris

Welding consumables

Cleaning materials

Any other foreign object

23.3.7 Cleanliness and STERILITY

Any WORK carried out on systems containing potable water is to be done with due regard to the risk of contamination. CONTRACTOR is to demonstrate by way of procedure described in tender how they will ensure that reinstated systems are free from contamination, excessive bacteria  and other harmful substances.

23.3.8 Use of lubricants, Sealants, Gaskets etc

Any material introduced into a Potable water system must be suitable for use with Potable water systems. CONTRACTOR is to demonstrate such suitability in the form of manufacturers Data sheet or similar to COMPANY representative on request.

23.3.9 Inspection

Before the tank is closed an inspection is to be carried out by COMPANY representative to ensure Final Condition.

23.4 Other Tanks

WORK in Tanks other than those described above is to be carried out in accordance with the good practices described24 HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS

Hydraulic systems are to be worked on by persons who are competent to do so only. Standards of cleanliness are essential. Completed WORK is to be subject to a pressure and function test to the satisfaction of COMPANY representative. CONTRACTOR is to repair at their cost defective workmanship


25 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Any WORK carried out by CONTRACTOR is to by persons suitably competent to do so and controlled through an appropriate Permit to Work System

25.1 High Voltage

Any work carried out by CONTRACTOR on High Voltage electrical equipment or cabling is to be by persons suitably qualified to do so. CONTRACTOR is to demonstrate such qualifications on request of COMPANY.

26 STEAM SYSTEMS

26.1 Boilers

26.1.1 Gas Side WORK

Boilers will typically burn DMA Gas Oil and should be delivered in a relatively clean condition. CONTRACTOR is to familiarise themselves with the design of the boiler and allow as required for water washing prior to commencement of work. Refractory is to be protected as far as is reasonably practical for excessive water ingress. Where refractory is damaged by WORK then it is to be repaired by CONTRACTOR with CONTRACTOR supplied suitable replacement by a suitably competent person.

26.2 Jointing

Only Non-asbestos jointing or gaskets is to be used unless there is no alternative. Where jointing or gaskets are fitted which contain Asbestos this is to be agreed with COMPANY representative and clear local indication made of its presence.

26.3 Lagging

Where Lagging or pipe insulation is disturbed it is to be repaired to the satisfaction of the COMPANY representative. Only non-asbestos lagging is to be used.27 WASTE SYSTEMS

27.1  Sewage Treatment Tank

CONTRACTOR quote for WORK on to a Sewage Treatment Plant or adjacent fittings is to include for:

Access depending on Sewage Plant design

Cleaning including the removal of contained detritus. COMPANY is to ensure that, as far as reasonably practical the unit is cleaned prior to arrival to the yard however the CONTRACTOR is to make reasonable allowance.

Any ventilation and lighting requirements determined by the  Sewage Plant design

Repair as required any protective lining as determined by the Sewage plant design and WORK – for Hamworthy Trident tank units this should be considered “international Paint “Coal Tar Epoxy JXA 548” or equivalent

Closing of means of access using new jointing as appropriate


Where the CONTRACTOR is unfamiliar with the design of the Sewage Plant they are to inspect during Vessel attendance or make request to COMPANY representative for further information

27.2 Temporary Toilet Facilities

Where the WORK to be carried out on Vessels Sewage Treatment Plant necessitates the use of Temporary Toilet facilities provide by the CONTRACTOR then as a minimum

There should be sufficient Toilet facilities for the number of personel on board to be considered in absence of other information as being 60 Persons

The Toilets installed are to be fit for purpose

The Toilet Facilities are to be for the reserved use of the Vessel compliment and should be locked with  at least two sets of keys delivered to the Vessel Master

The Toilet Facilities are to be clean, well lit and ventilated  

The Toilet Facilities are to be inspected daily, and kept well stocked with toilet paper, hand cleaning and drying consumables

Separate facilities are to be provided for Male and Female personnel

Contractor is to provide quote  on an Install/Uninstall and per day rental

27.3 Temporary Shower Facilities

Where the WORK to be carried out on Vessels Sewage Treatment Plant necessitates the use of Temporary Shower facilities provide by the CONTRACTOR then as a minimum

There should be sufficient Shower facilities for the number of personel on board to be considered in absence of other information as being 60 Persons

The Shower units installed are to be fit for purpose with hot/cold water supplies

The Shower Facilities are to be for the reserved use of the Vessel compliment and should be locked with  at least two sets of keys delivered to the Vessel Master

The Shower Facilities are to be clean, well lit and ventilated  

The Shower  Facilities are to be inspected daily

Separate facilities are to be provided for Male and Female personnel

Contractor is to provide quote  on an Install/Uninstall and per day rental

28 Oily Water Separator

WORK on Oily Water Separators by CONTRACTOR is to be by persons suitably competent to do so. WORK shall ensure that Separator remains in compliance with MARPOL regulations to the satisfaction of COMPANY, CLASS and Flag State representatives.

29 Incinerator

WORK on incinerators by CONTRACTOR is to be carried out by person(s) competent to do so. Such work is to ensure that the Incinerator remains in compliance with MARPOL and to the satisfaction of COMPANY, CLASS and Flag State representatives.

30 Compressed Air Systems

Any WORK on Compressed Air Compressors or associated systems by CONTRACTOR is to be by persons suitably competent to do so.

31 Refrigerant Systems

Any WORK carried out on systems containing Ozone Depleting Substances or greenhouse gasses is to be in compliance with applicable latest MARPOL regulations. This is to include but not be restricted to

Containment of release of gases

Re-use of gases

Maintenance to be carried out by persons trained to do so only


Where gasses are unavoidably or accidentally released the quantity is to be estimated and passed to COMPANY representative.


32 SAFETY SYSTEMS

32.1 Liferafts

Liferafts to be overhauled or inspected as required by WORK is to be by person(s) approved by flag state to do so. CONTRACTOR is to demonstrate approval on request from COMPANY representative.

Fire Extinguishers

Fire extinguishers including those associated to fixed fire fighting are to be inspected, tested and refilled in accordance to manufacturers’ requirements and good practice by a competent person. On completion, a certificate is to be issued which details the extinguisher type, extinguisher unique ID, work done including test pressures were applicable, date, CONTRACTOR representative name and signature.

32.1.1 Halon

Before commencing work with extinguishers containing ozone depleting substances

32.2  Lifeboat onload release gear

Maintenance on Lifeboat on Load release gear is to be carried out by a flag state approved person only. CONTRACTOR is to carryout no work on this.

33 Pressure Containers

Were WORK including the inspection, repair or maintenance of pressure containers such as Air Bottles, Nitrogen accumulators etc then the CONTRACTOR is to ensure that such WORK is carried out in accordance with good practice and in agreement with COMPANY representative  and / or Class representative. Pressure or hydrostatic testing carried out is to be associated to the issue of a certificate by the CONTRACTOR in a format deemed suitable by COMPANY representative, Class and / or Flag State representative. The certificate must clearly show the bottle type, bottle unique ID, and test pressure, Date and contractor representative with signature.

34 Diesel Engines

Any WORK carried out by CONTRACTOR is to be by their suitably competent personnel.

Standards of cleanliness are essential and CONTRACTOR is to ensure that worksite is regularly cleaned and kept free of debris.


During WORK the engine entablature and other spaces are to be closed to prevent dirt ingress when the engine is unattended or at other time when it is beneficial


Any equipment used for the accurate application of torque, pressure, tensioning or similar is to have been calibrated to an approved standard not less than 12 months prior to use. CONTRACTOR is to make available calibration certificates on request.


CONTRACTOR is to request as required information pertaining to the design, disassembly, and reassembly and testing as required to successfully completing the WORK.


Once disassembled, components are to be set out for inspection by COMPANY and/or CLASS representative before agreeing to the requirements for maintenance, repair and renewal.


All WORK is to be guaranteed in accordance with the Call Off contract and to be not less than 3 months

35 FACILITIES FOR COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE

The CONTRACTOR to provide for the COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE Single secured private office with following:

Desk and chair

File Storage Area

2 off seats

Internet connection

Power sockets for attaching computer

There should be an area for the COMPANY representative to change into working gear with washing and toilet facilities.

Access to telephone, fax, printer, meeting/conference room and if required presentation aids.