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  • Contact Details: Crew Duty Manager: +44 7951712161; vectis@caship.com, UK: +44 (0)2380 329549; mlc@mcga.gov.uk, Isle of Man: +44 (0) 1624 688500; marine.survey@gov.im

    1.Crewmember/complainant.

    2. TakecomplainttotheSupervisingOfficer,MasterorCrewdutymanager,whicheverismostappropriategiventhe type of complaint. Agree a date to discuss andaddresscomplaint.

    3. Complaint recorded andconfirmed in writing by personreceivingcomplaint.

    5. Complaint investigated by elected person in step 2priortotheagreedmeetingdate.

    8.Ifnotsatisfiedtheprocesswillberepeated (step5)untilanagreeableresolutionisfound.

    9. Where,afterareasonabletime,theseafarerwiththegrievancefeels the matter has not been satisfactorily dealt with by theCompany he/she may seek advice from the Flag State or thecompetentauthorityintheseafarerscountryofresidence.

    7. Has your complaint beenresolvedtoyoursatisfaction?

    8. If satisfied, please confirm and signthecomplaintform. Theoriginalwillbekeptonboardandcopiesprovidedtothecomplainant&crewdepartment.

    4. Complainant to decide if he/shewants to be accompanied by arepresentative during the complaintprocedure.

    CarisbrookeShippingOnboardComplaintsProcedureAllcomplaintswillbedealtwithinaconfidentialmannertoensure theseafarersubmittingthecomplaintisnotpenalisedorvictimised.

    6.ComplaintMeetingHeld

  • Carisbrooke Shipping Section 2

    Safety Management System Manual Issue No: 3 Amendment No: 4

    Issue Date: 03 2011 Amendment Date: 04 - 2013

    Section 2 Page 5 of 13

    2.3 SHIPBOARD RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITIES

    Responsibilities of the Master The Company delegates the day to day management and running of each ship to its Master. He is the Company's representative on board. He must understand that nothing in this Manual is to be construed in any way to relieve him of any responsibility of command, safe navigation, maintenance of hull, machinery equipment and accommodation or the maintenance of good discipline. Nothing in this manual removes the Masters overriding authority to take any steps or issue any orders, whether or not they are in accordance with this Manual, which he considers are necessary for the preservation of life and the safety of the ship and the environment. The Master must always be conscious of his responsibility with regard to the lives and property in his care. The Master is to request the assistance of the Company where and when necessary. The Master has responsibility for the on board environmental health and safety matters and must make himself familiar with, implement and maintain the Company's Safety and Environmental Protection Policy, Drug and Alcohol Policy and Safety at Work Policy.

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  • Carisbrooke Shipping Section 2

    Safety Management System Manual Issue No: 3 Amendment No: 4

    Issue Date: 03 2011 Amendment Date: 04 - 2013

    Section 2 Page 6 of 13

    His primary responsibilities are safety of lives, ship, environmental protection and cargo. He has overall responsibility for the safe and efficient operation of the ship, the welfare, discipline, motivation and onboard training of the crew, and of ensuring that all those onboard discharge their duties efficiently and in a lawful manner. All departments are in every respect subject to his orders and whilst in command he cannot delegate his ultimate responsibility to any other officer. The Master must issue orders in a clear and simple manner that is understood by relevant seafarers. The Master will issue personal Standing Orders for the safe and efficient operation of the ship as required by the Company, Statutory Regulations and prudent seamanship. They should detail any requirement for the safe navigation and operation of his ship: at sea, in port or at anchor. He must be familiar with the disciplinary procedures adopted by the Company and may issue Standing Orders regarding social behaviour as well as operational requirements. The Master has authority to subject any officer or crewmember to an alcohol breath test where he believes this is warranted. The Master is to ensure that the ship is safely manned in accordance with the Safe Manning Certificate and Statutory requirements. Certificates of Competency and other qualifications should be examined before signing any person on. He shall ensure that the total number of persons sailing, never exceeds the number for which life-saving appliances are provided and certified for, with the exception of a pilot, and in the event of picking up survivors under his obligations stated in SOLAS Chapter V. The Master shall verify that all crew, when signing on are aged 16 or older, and make a record to this effect in the Official Logbook. It is the responsibility of the Master to check that all Officers and Ratings hold a current licence and certificate that are acceptable to the Administration of the Flag State with whom the ship is registered. The Master is to hold all crews original certificates and documents for the duration of their employment onboard. The Master shall keep the Company fully informed of all matters pertaining to maintenance and operation of the ship with regard to breakdowns, delays, operational difficulties and the ability of crew members, their sobriety and conduct. The Master has overall responsibility for ensuring that his ship is maintained in a clean, tidy, well painted, ship-shape and seaworthy condition and that machinery and equipment are maintained in a safe and workable condition at all times. The Master is to make at least weekly inspections of accommodation, galleys and stores and machinery spaces to ensure they comply with the regulations, and are kept in a clean and tidy fashion and an entry is to be made in the Official logbook. The Master is to ensure that correct and accurate records of the voyage are kept by completing voyage reports. The Master is to satisfy himself that all documents are on board and in order. He has to ensure that all entries into official documents are made as required and at the correct time.

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  • Carisbrooke Shipping Section 2

    Safety Management System Manual Issue No: 3 Amendment No: 4

    Issue Date: 03 2011 Amendment Date: 04 - 2013

    Section 2 Page 7 of 13

    This is to include Crew Lists, Official Logbooks, Deck Logbooks, Cargo Logbooks, Engine Logbooks and Oil Record Book. The Master shall make a signed entry in each logbook to confirm his / her verification of compliance. To aid the upkeep of documents on board the ship, including the Safety Management System, the Master is required to complete the Ships Certificates, Documents and Publications Checklist at quarterly intervals, and also on joining the ship (form QCH). The Master is to ensure that all ship equipment statutory and classification certificates are valid, and advise the Technical Manager when any certificate is due for renewal using the Company form. The Master is responsible for holding Shipboard Management Review Meetings (form SMR) and Shipboard Safety Meetings (form SSM) every six months, to review the SMS and report on its functioning to the Company. The Master is responsible for holding the monthly Safety Committee Meetings (form SCM). The Master must ensure that the requirements of the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution by Ships are strictly adhered to, and he must ensure that the Chief Engineer makes appropriate and timely entries into the Oil Record Book by regular inspections and signing. The Master is to ensure that each crew member has been allocated a position on the Emergency and Boat Station muster lists and that they all understand their respective duties and stations, as well as the various alarm signals in use to indicate such emergencies. He is responsible for ensuring that fire and boat drills are carried out monthly as required by SOLAS; and other contingency drills in accordance with the Flag Administration and Company requirements, and that entries are made in the Official Log Book. The Master must satisfy himself that safety equipment and alarms are maintained in good order with the completion of weekly and monthly checklists. Prior to departure, the Master is to satisfy himself that the ship is in a stable, structurally sound and in weather and watertight condition, sufficient during all stages of the pending voyage and that the ship is in good operational condition and state of maintenance. On ships where only one Engineer is carried, the Master is responsible for ensuring that a responsible crewmember is sufficiently trained by the Engineer, to enable the ship to be brought safely into port, in the event of incapacity of the Engineer. The name of the responsible crewmember and training received must be entered in the Official Logbook. If the Master should become unfit through sickness and is unable to perform his command duties, he shall appoint the Chief Officer to be the person in charge and make a suitable entry in the Official Log Book. The Master is responsible for appointing the Chief Officer as Safety Officer (S/O) as per Company instruction and this event is to be recorded in the Official Logbook, every time a new Chief Officer joins the ship. Under normal circumstances, the presence of a Safety Officer on board the ship suffices to deal with any health and /or occupational safety issues. However, if this is not the case, then the Master must, within three days of being requested to do so by 2 crewmembers who are entitled to vote, organise elections for a