SPILLAGE SCHEDULE Charlie


FLAMMABLE, CORROSIVE LIQUIDS

General comments Wear suitable protective clothing and self-contained breathing apparatus.
Avoid contact, even when wearing protective clothing.
Keep clear of effluent. Keep clear of evolving vapours.
Even short-time inhalation of small quantities of vapour can cause breathing difficulties.
Use of water on the substance may cause violent reaction and produce toxic vapours.
Substance may damage the ship's construction materials.
Spillage or reaction with water may evolve flammable vapours. Avoid all sources of ignition (e.g. naked lights, unprotected light bulbs, electric handtools, friction).
Contaminated clothing must be washed off with water and then removed.
Spillage on deck Packages (small spillage) Wash overboard with copious quantities of water. Do not direct water jets straight onto the spillage. Keep clear of effluent. Clean the area thoroughly.
Cargo Transport Units (large spillage) Keep bridge and living quarters upwind. Protect crew and living quarters against corrosive or toxic vapours by using water-spray to drive vapours away.
Wash overboard with copious quantities of water. Do not direct water jets straight onto the spillage. Keep clear of effluent. Clean the area thoroughly.
Spillage under deck Packages (small spillage) Provide adequate ventilation. Do not enter deck without self-contained breathing apparatus. Check atmosphere before entering (toxicity and explosion hazard). If atmosphere cannot be checked, do not enter. Let vapours evaporate, keep clear.
Liquids: Provide good ventilation of the space. Use water-spray on effluent in hold to avoid ignition of flammable vapours. Wash down to the bottom of the hold. Use copious quantities of water. Pump overboard.
Solids: Collect spillage. Dispose overboard. Wash residues down to the bottom of the hold. Use copious quantities of water. Pump overboard.
Cargo Transport Units (large spillage) Keep bridge and living quarters upwind. Protect crew and living quarters against corrosive or toxic vapours by using water-spray to drive vapours away.
Do not enter space. Keep clear. Radio for expert ADVICE. After hazard evaluation by experts, you may proceed.
Provide adequate ventilation. Do not enter space without self-contained breathing apparatus. Check atmosphere before entering (toxicity and explosion hazard). If atmoshpere cannot be checked, do not enter. Let vapours evaporate, keep clear. Where a ventilation system is used, particular attention should be taken in order to prevent toxic vapours or fumes entering occupied areas of the ship, e.g. living quarters, machinery spaces, working areas.
Liquids: Provide good ventilation of the space. Use water-spray on effluent to avoid ignition of flammable vapours. Wash down to the bottom of the hold. Use copious quantities of water. Pump overboard.
Solids: Collect spillage. Dispose overboard. Wash residues down to the bottom of the hold. Use copious quantities of water. Pump overboard.
Special cases:
Marine Pollutant Mark Report incident according to MARPOL reporting requirements.
UN 2029, UN 3484 Self-ignition of spilt material is possible.

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