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INTERNATIONAL SAFETY GUIDE FOR OIL TANKERS AND TERMINAL (5TH EDITION)

Purpose and Scope

Definitions

PART 1 - GENERAL INFORMATION

Chapter 1 - Basic Properties of Petroleum

Chapter 2 - Hazards of Petroleum

Chapter 3 - Static Electricity

Chapter 4 - Genaral Hazards for Ship and Terminal

Chapter 5 - Fire Fighting

Chapter 6 - Security

PART 2 - TANKER INFORMATION

Chapter 7 - Shipboard Systems

Chapter 8 - Ship's Equipment

Chapter 9 - Management of Safety and Emergencies

Chapter 10 - Enclosed Spaces

Chapter 11 - Shipboard Operations

Chapter 12 - Carriage and Storage of Hazardous Materials

Chapter 13 - Human Element Considerations

Chapter 14 - Special Ship Types

PART 3 - TERMINAL INFORMATION

Chapter 15 - Terminal Management and Organisation

Chapter 16 - Terminal Operations

Chapter 17 - Terminal Systems and Equipment

Chapter 18 - Cargo Transfer Equipment

Chapter 19 - Safety and Fire Protection

Chapter 20 - Emergency Preparedness

Chapter 21 - Emergency Evacuation

PART 4 - MANAGEMENT OF THE TANKER AND TERMINAL INTERFACE

Chapter 22 - Communications

Chapter 23 - Mooring

Chapter 24 - Precautions on Ship and Terminal during Cargo Handling

Chapter 25 - Bunkering Operations

Chapter 26 - Safety Management

INDEX