Emergency procedures for ships carrying dangerous goods : group emergency schedules (EmS) : procedures to be followed in case of incidents involving dangerous substances
International Maritime Organization, 1985 - Cargo handling - 132 pages
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absorbent material ACTlON On deck Aid Guide MFAG apparatus when dealing Article Remarks Avoid all sources Batten carried Protective clothing carried Protective gloves CLASS 3.3 FLAMMABLE clothing and self-contained cool with copious copious quantities coveralls dangerous when wet dealing with SPlLLAGE deck Collect spillage deck SPlLLAGE Wash deck Under deck diatomaceous earth dispose of overboard e.g. naked lights electric handtools EMERGENCY ACTlON Avoid EMERGENCY PROCEDURES Wear fixed fire-fighting installation FlRE Use water headgear ignition e.g. naked leak if practicable lf possible remove lMO Medical Medical First Aid organic peroxides Otherwise adopt action overboard with copious possible remove receptacles PROCEDURES Wear protective Protective clothing boots Protective clothing gloves quantities of water safe disposal self-contained breathing apparatus ship off wind ship's fixed fire-fighting sources of ignition Special Emergency Equipment SPlLLAGE or FlRE Spray nozzles Substance or Article unprotected light bulbs Wash spillage overboard water spray Wear protective clothing Wear protective gloves WlTH