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PROCESS ALONGSIDE YANGON BY PILOT - Ship Channel


published on 31 May 2021 49 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Ship Channel". Originally published on 2021-05-31.
Proses sandar kapal di Yangon,
Maneuvering kapal oleh Pandu Bandar dengan menggunakan Bow Thruster dan Salah jangkar.

Chief Officer harus menangkap peluang ini agar kelak dia sudah terbiasa/familiar bukan saja hanya olah gerak, tetapi bagaimana mengimplementasi BRM = Bridge Resource Management.

Maneuvering Ship oleh PILOT & Nakhoda.
Proses kapal tiba, jemput pandu laut (Sea Pilot Inward) berlayar di sungai, berlabuh di RTA, tukar dg pandu bandar (Harbour Pilot Inwars) clearance-in oleh petugas Karantina, hibob jangkar dan proses sandar di AWP/HTEEDAN PORT TERMINAL, YANGON - MYANMAR, setelah kapal sandar maka akan datang para petugas untuk melakukan Inward Clearance sekaligus Outward Clearance.

Berikut adalah;
FORMALITIES FOR INWARD/OUTWARD CLEARANCE:

AA.
1. QUARANTINE,
2. IMMIGRATION,
3. SEARCHING CUSTOMS,
4. BOARDING CUSTOMS,
5. SPECIAL BRANCE,
6. RIVER POLICE,
7. MPA-SAD AGENT,
8. PFSO,

BB. Documents to be sent by mail after depart from loading port and prepare by print out :
1. IMO FORM 7 (YANGON PAPER),
2. Last Port Clerence,
3. Ship's Particular,
4. IMO Crewlist,
5. Crew Personal Declaration,
6. Currency list,
7. Voyage memo (Port Of Call list),
8. Bonded Store list,
9. Provision Store list,
10. Engine Store List,
11. Deck Store list,
12. Walkie Talkie list,
13. Nil list,
14. Nicotation list,
15. Maritime Declaration Health list,
16. Vaccination List,
17. Ship Sanitation list,
18. Continous Record (CSR),
19. International Ship Security Certificate (ISSC),
20. DAILY CREW BODY TEMPERATUR RECORD FOR COVID-19.
Total paper A4 for these documents are 100sheets.

CC. Compliments.

Semoga informasi dalam video ini menjadi inspirasi bagi calon Nakhoda dan Mualim lainnya.

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