On the Management of Engine Room and Central Control Room


Time of issue:2024/02/21
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A Brief Discussion on the Management of Cabin and Central Control Room I. Equipment Management. Thoroughly plan (routes, flight areas, time required to complete equipment maintenance, etc.), timely and ensure quality, without affecting the use of equipment; Cannot lower equipment usage standards or provide equipment usage conditions; Strengthen the mutual cooperation and collaboration among marine engineers. 2、 Business learning. Familiarize oneself with the route, checkpoints, and parameter content of the patrol inspection, and change the previous subjective focus from inspecting the main equipment to inspecting all equipment, including backup equipment; Familiar with the operation and management of all equipment in the cabin, such as operating the fuel dispenser, circulating the fuel daily tank, etc. Familiar with relevant systems, such as indicating leakage when there are oil stains in the refrigeration equipment system; Familiarize oneself with the operational characteristics of the equipment in this round, such as the high oil content alarm in the hot water well that is prone to occur when entering or exiting the port; When the compressed air pressure of the exhaust gas boiler is below 24 units, a "blowing program failure" alarm will occur due to the low pressure after blowing, and it needs to be reset. 3、 The characteristics of being on duty. Extended duty hours and comprehensive and careful inspection of all equipment; Strengthen sense of responsibility: exercise 24-hour concentration on duty; On time and carefully inspect, with the previous 4-hour shift, the supervising engineer focused on inspecting the equipment in charge, but instead conducted a comprehensive and careful inspection of all equipment. The patrol inspection time should be guaranteed, from the previous 4-hour shift to a one person cabin, greatly extending the duty time; Carry out appropriate pre control measures, such as oil tank transfer or tank heating, to avoid alarms; Duty personnel wear badges; 4、 Preparation work. Prepare the main parameter IDs of the equipment so that they can be viewed at any time at AAP or other locations; Test and experiment on alarm point values, security functions, automatic switching, etc.


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