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COMPLETE YOUR EMERGENCY FIRE RESPONSE CHECKLIST††††††††††††††††††††††

Communication

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Always remember

STAY CALM†††††††††††††††† Stop, Think, Act

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Fire Equipment

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS:

WATER††††††††††††††††††† Red ‑ Wood Paper.††- NOT to be used on oil, diesel or electrical fires

FOAM ††††††††††††††††††††† Red with Blue Band ††Oil and Diesel fires; only NOT on Electrical Fires

DRY CHEMICAL††Red with White Band - all types

 

FIRE BLANKET†††In the galley

 

FIRE HOSE

There is one fire hose on the vessel. From itís amidships connection coupling it can reach to either end of the vessel.

It is not intended as the first line of attack against a fire. Always use the fire extinguishers first.

The fire hose should be used when and if the fire gets out of control and the main superstructure on deck catches alight.

Once the hose has been connected, the seawater bilge valve in the engine room is to be switched to "Seawater' and the "Bilge Clutch' switch in the wheelhouse is to be switched on.

The motor must be running, if not the hose can be used by the manual pump.

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EMERGENCY FIRE RESPONSE SCENARIOS†††††††††††††††††††

Scenario 1 - Fire in Garbage Bin:

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Scenario 2 - Fire in Galley

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Scenario 3 - Fire in engine room

 

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