Responsibility of 2nd Engineer

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Duty and responsibility of 2nd
engineer is to plan, operate and carry out work in accordance with established
rules and procedures to safe guard life at sea. Protect marine environment and
maintain the seaworthiness of the vessel at all time.

1.     
Maintain and update
documentation

2.     
Engine room management

3.     
Engine room house keeping

4.     
Safety of engine room and ship

5.     
Carry out Saturday routine

6.     
Machinery maintenance

7.     
Pollution prevention

8.     
Emergency procedure

1.Maintain
and update documentation :
Documentation under 2nd engineer
responsibility which requires maintaining and updating are as follows :

1.     
Daily record book

2.     
Machinery maintenance record
book

3.     
Defect and repair list

4.     
Major spares inventory

5.     
Oil record book

6.     
FFA and LSA record book

7.     
Saturday routine book

8.     
Engine room look book

9.     
Updating of  PMS

10. 
Stores and ROB

11. 
Lub oil and chemical inventory

2.Engine
room management :

1.     
Personally responsible to C/E

2.     
Ensure engine room is properly
manned

3.     
Proper distribution of jobs

4.     
Clear briefing done before a
job is carried out

5.     
Ensure all engineer and crew
practice safe working procedure and wears safety gears at all time

6.     
Guidance and proper training of
juniors

7.     
Ensure everyone understands the
consequence of pollution

8.     
Observation of shore all personnel’s

3.Engine
room house keeping :

1.     
Ensure E/R is maintained in
clean, painted & sanitary condition

2.     
Ensure all tools & stores
are kept safely & designated location

3.     
Secure all heavy items at all
times

4.     
All leaks & damages are
attended ASAP

5.     
Bilge, garbage and sewage
management as per regulation

 

4.Safety
of E/R and ship :

1.     
Ensure all engineers know the
location of LSA & FFA

2.     
All emergency escape routes are
clearly marked and obstruction free

3.     
Maintenance of all FFA &
LSA under 2/E responsibility

 

5.Carry
out Saturday routine :

1.     
Testing of emergency fire pump

2.     
Emergency generator and
emergency air bottle

3.     
Life boat engine

4.     
Flap and ventilation

5.     
CO2 bottle (links, secured
& key location)

6.     
Testing of fire detectors

7.     
Testing of E/R fire detectors,
extinguishers

8.     
Check the funnel flap

9.     
Remote operated fire doors

10. 
Hydrants & nozzles in
engine room

11. 
BA set life lines &
fireman’s outfit in E/R

12. 
All E/R ship side v/v operation

13. 
Testing of engine room lifting
gears

6.Machinery
maintenance :

1.     
In state of readiness at all
time

2.     
Proper round check at all time

3.     
Safe operation of all machinery
on board

4.     
PMS jobs to be carried out

5.     
Attend to all major repair work

6.     
Keep track of all defects and
repair required

7.     
Able to manage any other
emergency repairs outside PMS

8.     
Ensure handing/ taking over
reports cover the engineer’s general duties, their performance and any special
job as a requirement

7.Pollution
prevention :

Ensure all engineers to know :

1.     
Operation of oily water
separator

2.     
Operation of incinerator

3.     
Operation of  sewage plant

4.     
Oil transferring procedure

5.     
Oil record book & E/R look
book updating

Ensure all bilge overboard valves are shut
and locked in port and in special area.

8.Emergency
procedure :

1.     
Steering gear emergency
procedure

2.     
M/E local control

3.     
Fire & abandon ship

4.     
Flooding/ Grounding/ Collision

5.     
Power failure procedure

6.     
Oil spill drill

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