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Fire in Machinery Space - Actions to be taken

  • Fire fighting starts from the moment a person detects fire and raises the alarm. First action can be taken right after raising alarm, such as use of portable extinguisher, etc., but such action should not aggravate the situation.
  • Ventilators, doors or portholes to the compartment on fire should be shut and not to be opened till a fire-fighting team is available.
  • In case a crew member is believed to be trapped, action to allow him to escape should be taken urgently.
  • Inform terminal on pre-agreed emergency channel and cease all cargo operations if the vessel is in port.
  • When the vessel is at sea we should stop main engine, if necessary and make appropriate signals to ships or port nearby if required.
  • If required the Emergency Squad shall take over and attack the main seat of fire, making use of fireman's suit with self-contained breathing apparatus and applicable fire fighting medium present.
  • The Support Squad should prepare life-saving appliances.
  • Distress signals must be transmitted as and when required.

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