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DECK DEPARTMENT

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Transcript of DECK DEPARTMENT

introduction to seafaring profession
THANK YOU!!!
JEFFERSON R. GARCIA
ENFORCEMENT SERVICE
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ORGANIZATIONAL CHART OF SEAFARERS IN A SHIP
WIPER
DECK DEPARTMENT
eNGINE DEPARTMENT
bOATSWAIN
MESSMAN
The Master is the person holding the Deck Class-I certificate of competency (COC) (unlimited / foreign going). He is the commanding person of the ship and the highest ranked Deck Officer.

Master is having superior power over other ranks and he has the ability to dismiss any Crew member from the ship under reasonable circumstances. A good Master will always care about the safety of his Crew more than any other thing. When it comes to ship or life, it is always the person’s LIFE.



Duties and responsibilities:



1. Overall in charge for the Safety of the Crew, Ship and Cargo.



2. Commanding the ship. He should be present in the bridge while arriving and leaving ports, in shallow waters, during reduced visibility, any equipment malfunctions, in any emergency, when other navigation officers are unable to handle the ship during heavy traffic, and during any abnormal situations.



3. Implementing law and order onboard ship.



4. He is the person to sign Bill of Lading for cargo.



5. Though Chief Engineer is the person in charge for engine room, the engines are at Master’s disposal.



6. Taking disciplinary actions against any Crew member. If the Crew member is from engine department, Chief Engineer to be consulted as well.



7. He should arrange provisions, stores, fuel (bunkers) (under Chief Engineer’s guidance), garbage disposals, shore passes, salary particulars and cash advance etc.



8. In port: handling port authorities, immigration authorities, custom authorities, narcotics authorities etc.



9. Assisting any other vessel in emergency.



10. Training the Crew and conducting effective drills.



11. The Master is the person to contact the office directly from the ship and person to be contacted by the office for any matter onboard.



12. In case of abandoning the ship in an emergency, the verbal order has to be given by the Master.



13. Master’s decision is final, whether right or wrong Crew has to stick to it during that particular moment.


master
Seafarers under the deck department of the ship are vested with the responsibility of managing ship navigation, along with handling cargo gears and berthing instruments present on the deck of the ship.
The Chief Officer is a person holding Deck Class-II certificate of competency. He may hold the Class-I COC as well. With further experience or exams he will become a Master.



Duties and responsibilities:



1. He has to load and discharge the cargo. Preparing of loading and discharging plans for cargo.



2. At sea, his usual bridge watches are 04:00 – 08:00 and 16:00 – 20:00 .



3. He is the person in charge for deck and all Deck Ratings, Bosun, Ab, Os, Chief Cook and Steward. He is the one to give daily work schedule for them.



4. Most of the time he acts as the vessel’s Safety Officer and he can delegate his duties regarding safety to 3rd Mate.



5. Maintenance of deck and overhauling of deck machinery.



6. Anchoring the vessel at anchorage.



7. In charge on deck for any emergency and reporting Master as appropriate.



8. Making repair lists and indents.



9. Handling mooring stations.



10. GMDSS communication.


The 2nd Mate is a person holding Deck Class-III certificate of competency. He may hold the Class-I, Class-II COC as well. With further experience or exams he will become a Chief Mate.



duties and responsibilities:



1. Passage planning is the main job of 2nd Mate. He has to select charts, draw courses and distance to be calculated.



2. At sea, his bridge watches are 00:00 – 04:00 and 1200 – 16:00.



3. Correcting charts, sailing directions, list of light and fog signals, radio signals and updating navigational warnings etc.



4. Preparing noon reports, reporting the vessel e.g. AMVER, AUSREP.



5. Testing of bridge equipments.



6. Preparing deck log abstract at the end of each month.



7. In charge of GGMDSS communication.



8. Maintaining ship’s library and publications in good order.



9. Assisting Chief Mate in port while cargo loading and discharging. At port his duty time is 00:00 – 06:00 and 12:00 – 18:00.



10. Handling mooring stations.



11. Acting as the medical officer.

CHIEF MATE
The 3rd Mate is a person holding Deck Class-III certificate of competency. He may hold the Class-I, Class-II COC as well. With further experience he will become a 2nd Mate.



Duties and responsibilities:


1. Maintenance of life saving equipments and fire fighting equipments under Safety Officer’s instruction.



2. At sea, his bridge watches are 20:00 – 00:00 and 08:00 – 12:00.



3. Preparing drill reports.



4. Handling port papers on behalf of Master.



5. GMDSS communication.



6. Assisting Chief Mate in port while cargo loading and discharging. At port, his duty time is 06:00 – 12:00 and 18:00 – 00:00.



7. Handling mooring stations.


second mate
third mate
The Bosun is the Deck Foreman or Crew’s Spokesman. The Senior AB will become the Bosun.

He will perform the following jobs on deck:
Wire splicing
mixing paints
cleaning
arranging stores
assisting Chief Mate during anchoring
supervising the deck ratings

He must bring any problem related to the Crew to Chief Mate’s concern.
ABLE SEAMAN
The AB is a person who does the following maintenance work on deck:
chipping
painting
washing
cleaning
greasing equipment

He will also steer the ship and assist Duty Officer in bridge watch.

The AB with experience can become a Bosun.
oRDINARY SEAMAN
The OS is a person who does the following maintenance work on deck:
chipping
painting
washing
cleaning
greasing equipment

The difference between OS and AB is that OS will not steer the ship and he will not assist the bridge watch.

The ordinary seaman with experience, steering practice and with a Certified Watch Keeping, can become an AB.
The Chief Cook is a person who prepares meals for all personnel onboard.

It is a very critical job with multi national Crew, because each person will like different food and different cooking style. Most of the time food will be prepared to suit the majority Crew’s nationality style.

Chief Cook must be able to write in English and he must know the names of the food items. He must also know the different menu.

He has to assist Master when ordering for provisions. His rank is equal to Bosun.
bosun
able seaman
ordinary seaman
chief cook
The messman is Chief Cook’s assistant.

He must help Chief Cook in the following:
cooking
cleaning and cutting vegetables.

other duties:
serves food for all Officers
should be present in officer’s mess during meal times
washes all plates and cutlery
cleans officer’s cabins
washes linen and etc.
His rank is equal to OS
The Deck Cadet is a Trainee Navigation Officer.

He may be a fresher to sea.

He has to perform and learn jobs under Chief Officer.

He does various jobs starting from cleaning to navigating ships.

The Deck Cadet must never be used as a cheap laborer by his Seniors.

He must be taught and guided.
seafarers working in the ship’s engine room fall under the engine department. This mainly include marine engineers and ratings responsible for operation and maintenance of ship’s machinery.
chief
engineer
The Chief Engineer is the person holding the Engine Class-I certificate (unlimited / foreign going). He is the overall in charge for engine room and the highest ranked Engineer Officer.



duties and responsibilities:



1. He should give work orders for engine room and check the progress of work. He should be present in engine room during major maintenance works, e.g. piston overhauling.



2. Bunker calculations. The 4th Engineer assists him for this work.



3. Implementing law and order in engine room.



4. He is the person to handle the main engine during critical periods.



5. Most of the technical jobs come under him and he will report to company with Master’s approval.



6. In charge for engine during any emergency and reporting Master as appropriate.


The Second Engineer is the person holding the Engine Class-II certificate (unlimited / foreign going). He may hold the Class-I COC as well. With further experience or exams he will become a Chief Engineer.



duties and responsibilities:


1. He is the Chief Engineer’s assistant and he is the one who performs most of the jobs on behalf of Chief Engineer.



2. All machinery items, steering gears, pumps, auxiliary machinery and main engine maintenance come under him.



3. At sea, his engine watches are 04:00 – 08:00 and 16:00 – 20:00. But nowadays, most of the ships are equipped with UMS (unmanned machinery spaces) system, so he has to work 08:00 – 17:00.



4. He is the person assistant in charge for engine room and all Engine Ratings, Fitters, Oilers and Wipers comes under him. He is the one to give daily the work schedule for them.



5. Making repair lists and indents.


messman
deck cadet
second engineer
The Third Engineer is the person holding the Engine Class-III certificate (unlimited / foreign going). He may hold the Class-I, Class-II COC as well. With further experience or exams he will become a 2nd Engineer.



duties and responsibilities:



1. Operation and maintenance of generators.



2. Operation and maintenance of boilers.



3. Conducting boiler water test and cooling water tests.



4. Operation and maintenance of propulsion machinery cylinder head mountings.



5. At sea, his engine watches are 00:00 – 04:00 and 12:00 – 16:00. But nowadays most of the ships are equipped with UMS (unmanned machinery spaces) system, so he has to work 08:00 – 17:00.


OILER
third engineer
The Fourth Engineer is the person holding the Engine Class-III certificate (unlimited / foreign going). He may hold the Class-I, Class-II COC as well. With further experience he will become a 3rd Engineer.



duties and responsibilities:



1. Taking bunkers and assisting Chief Engineer in bunker calculations.



2. Operation and maintenance of sewage plant.



3. Operation and maintenance of incinerator.



4. Operation and maintenance of oily water separator.



5. Operation and maintenance of fresh water generator.



6. Operation and maintenance of air compressor.



7. Management of sludge and bilge.



8. At sea, his engine watches are 08:00 – 12:00 and 20:00 – 00:00. But nowadays, most of the ships are equipped with UMS (unmanned machinery spaces) system, so he has to work 08:00 – 17:00.

The Oiler is a person who does maintenance work in engine room.

He assists the Duty Engineer at watch (if the ship is not a UMS ship).

They assist Engineers in overhauling machinery, cleaning and painting etc.

This rank is equal to AB.

The Wiper is a person who does cleaning jobs in engine room.

They also assist Engineers in overhauling of machinery.

With experience, he may become an Oiler.
wiper
The Electrician doesn’t hold a certificate of competency. But his rank is equal to 2nd Mate and 3rd Engineer. He will work under Chief Engineer’s guidance. He performs various jobs related to electricity starting from changing light bulbs to generator repairs. Electricians start as Electrician Cadet or Assistant Electrician.
The Engine Cadet is a Trainee Engineer Officer.

He may be a fresher to sea.

He has to perform and learn jobs under 2nd Engineer.

He does various jobs starting from bilge cleaning to operating the main engine.

The Engine Cadet must never be used as a cheap laborer by his Seniors.

He must be taught and guided.
COASTWISE VOYAGE
engine
departent
deck
department
For voyages more than 8 hours
COASTWISE VOYAGE
For voyages 8 hours or less
deck department
engine department
bay and river
deck department
engine department
fishing vessels
Philippine Waters
deck
department
engine
department
fishing vessels
Bay & River
engine department
deck department
engine cadet
electrcal engineer / electrician
oiler
fourth engineer
REVISED MINIMUM SAFE MANNING FOR SHIPS OPERATING
IN PHILIPPINE DOMESTIC WATERS
MARINA CIRCULAR NO. 2012 - 06
1. "Administration" means the Maritime Industry Authority.


2. "Boat Captain 1" refers to a Marine Deck Officer duly licensed by the MARINA to command a ship 15 GT and below.


3. "Boat Captain 2" refers to a Marine Deck Officer duly licensed by the MARINA to command a ship below 35 GT.


4. "Boat Captain 3" refers to a Marine Deck Officer duly licensed by the MARINA to command a ship below 100 GT.


5. "Chief Engine Officer" means a senior engineer officer responsible for the mechanical propulsion and the operation and maintenance of the mechanical and electrical installations of the ship.
6. "Chief Mate" means an officer next in rank to the Master and upon whom the command of a ship will fall in the event of the incapacity of the Master.


7. "Company" means the owner of the ship or any other organization or person such as the manager, or the bareboat charterer, who has assumed the responsibility for operation of the ship from the shipowner and who, on assuming such responsibility, has agreed to take over all duties and responsibility imposed by this Circular.


8. "Deck Officer" refers to a duly licensed officer in the deck department performing navigational watch.


9. "Engine Officer" refers to a duly licensed officer in the engine department performing engine watch.


10. “Fishing Vessel” refers to a ship used for catching fish or other living resources of the sea, or other ships that assist in catching resources of the sea such as Sonar and Lighters excluding fish carriers, water and oil tankers and supply ships.
11. Gross Tonnage – means the measure of the overall size of a ship determined in accordance with the provisions of MC 2007 - 04.


12. “High Speed Craft” refers to a craft capable of maximum speed, in meters per second (m/s).


13. "Major Patron" refers to a Marine Deck Officer duly licensed by the MARINA to command a ship below 500 GT.


14. “Marine Diesel Mechanic 1” refers to a person duly licensed by the MARINA to operate and maintain an engine as propulsion power of below 500 KW.


15. “Marine Diesel Mechanic 2” refers to a person duly licensed by the MARINA to operate and maintain an engine as propulsion power of below 750 KW.
16. "Master" means the person having command of a ship.


17. "Medical Practitioner" means a registered Doctor of Medicine in charge of the medical department of a ship.


18. "Minor Patron" refers to a Marine Deck Officer duly licensed by the MARINA to command a ship below 250 GT.


19. “Motorman” (previously referred to as Marine Diesel Mechanic) refers to a person duly licensed by the MARINA to operate and maintain an engine as propulsion power of below 250 KW.


20. "Paramedic” refers to a person trained to assist medical professional and give emergency medical treatment.
21. "Radio Officer" refers to a person holding an appropriate license issued by the National Telecommunications (NTC) under the provisions of the Radio Regulations Act.

22. "Rating" refers to a member of the ship’s crew, involved in watch-keeping, other than the master or an officer.

23. "Safe Manning" refers to the number of qualified, competent and certificated officers and ratings on board a ship who can safely operate her at all times.

24. "Second Engine Officer" refers to the engineer officer next-in-rank to the Chief Engineer and upon whom the responsibility for the mechanical propulsion and the operation and maintenance of the mechanical and electrical installation of the ship will fall in the event of the incapacity of the Chief Engineer.

25. "STCW Code" means the Seafarer’s Training Certification and Watchkeeping (SCTW) Code as adopted by the 1978 STCW Convention, as amended.

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