SURVEY SCHEDULE

The schedule for vessels < 35 metres in length from Sect. 14 of the USL Code is listed below:

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Annual Surveys

Date

Equipment.

 

Date

Running trial of each main engine and associated gearbox. (Engine Hrs)

 

Date

Operational test of bilge pumps, bilge alarms and bilge valves

 

Date

Operation test of all valves in the fire main system.

 

Date

Operational test of all sea injection and overboard discharge valves and cocks.

 

Date

Operational test of main and emergency means of steering.

 

Date

Running trial of all machinery essential to the safe operation of the vessel.

 

Date

Inspection of all pipe arrangements.

 

Date

General examination of machinery installation and electrical installation.

 

Date

All safety and relief valves associated with the safe operation of the vessel to be set at the required working pressure.

Date

Pressure vessels, and associated mountings used for the generation of steam under pressure or the heating of water to a temperature exceeding 99 C

Date

Inspection of the liquefied petroleum gas installation.

 

Date

Inspection of escapes from engine room and accommodation spaces

 

Date

Inspection of personnel protection arrangements in machinery spaces.

 

Date

Inspection of cargo handling, fishing and trawling gear.

 

Date

Inspection of casings, superstructures, skylights, hatchways, companionways, bulwarks and guard rails, ventilators and air pipes, together with closing devices.

Date

Inspection of ground tackle (anchors and chains).

 

Two Yearly Surveys

Date

Hull externally and internally except in way of tanks forming part of the structure.

 

Date

Sea injection and overboard discharge valves and cocks.

 

Date

Inspection of propellers, rudders and under water fittings.

 

Date

Pressure vessel and associate mountings of an air pressure/salt water system having a working pressure of more than 275 kPa.

 

 

 

SURVEY SCHEDULE

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Four Yearly Surveys

Date

Each screw and tube shaft.

 

Date

Anchors and cables to range.

 

Date

Chain locker internally.

 

Date

Tanks forming part of the hull, other than oil tanks, internally.

 

Date

Void spaces internally.

 

Date

Compressed air pressure vessels having a working pressure of more than 275 kPa and associated mountings.

Date

Pressure vessel and associated mountings of an air pressure/fresh water system having a working pressure of more than 275 kPa.

Date

Cargo handling, Fishing and trawling gear.

 

Date

Insulation test of all electrical installations above 32V A.C. or D.C.

 

Date

All safety and relief valves associated with the safe operation of the vessel to be set at the required working pressure.

Eight Yearly Surveys

Date

Each rudder stock and rudder stock bearing

 

Date

Each rudder stock and rudder stock bearing

 

Date

Steering gear.

 

Date

Hull in way of removable ballast.

 

Date

Selected sections of internal structure in way of refrigerated space.

 

Twelve Yearly Surveys

Date

Fuel oil tanks internally