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Transcript of PRATIQUE
1. FREE PRATIQUE
It is a certificate that states that the vessel is free from infectious disease.
3. PROVISIONAL PRATIQUE
It is a conditional pratique given only when:
What is pratique?
A pratique is a clearance granted to a ship after compliance with health regulations or quarantine.
given only to cruise vessels and they must request for direct berthing/mooring 48 hrs. prior to arrival. They must also have a report that they have gone to a port with no intentions disease. They must have a surgeon onboard. There must be no dead on sick person on board and lastly, they must have a QM personnel.
Pratique is the license given to a ship to enter port on assurance from
the captain to convince the authorities that she is free from contagious
disease .The clearance granted is commonly referred to as free pratique
KINDS OF PRATIQUE
2. CONTROLLED FREE PRATIQUE
Is given when the vessel request for a direct berthing/mooring 48hrs. prior to arrival.
There is no actual cases of infections disease.
There is a medical surveillance in which the passengers/crew is exposed to the disease.
The cargo is containing gunny sacks
and jute sacks.
The cargo is containing hazardous materials.
The deratting certificate is expired.
5. RADIO PRATIQUE
given only to military vessels and the vessel must have a surgeon on board, a report stating that they are not carrying an infections disease and there must be no sick person on board the vessel.
4. CONTROLLED RADIO PRATIQUE