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BHP: Port Hedland Mooring Management Standard effective from July 2021
BHP issues new updates for the Port Hedland Mooring Management Standard(첨부참조) which sets out the revised mandatory mooring requirements, that will apply to all vessels calling at the BHP Port Hedland Terminal (Terminal) and the crew on board from 1 July 2021, along with details of an incentive program for the adoption of new mooring line technology.
Ports | 05/03/21
In 2018, BHP released a Port Hedland mooring line standard and incentive scheme following an increasing trend of mooring related incidents. These type of incidents can result in fatalities or serious injuries, a vessel to drift off the berth resulting in a grounding or allision, or a commercial delay to the vessel loading. T
he initiative was successful in tackling the underlying causes of these incidents and resulted in a 35% reduction in incident frequency.
Of the incidents that occurred since 2018, BHP identified the causal factors and the requirements in this standard will aim to reduce the incident occurrences in these categories. BHP will also continue to incentivise the industry for adoption of innovative technology which is aimed at encouraging further safety developments in the industry.
All vessels calling at the Port Hedland Terminal and their crew must comply with the mandatory requirements described here(첨부참조) from 1 July 2021 at 0001 AWST. Note that the 2018 Terminal mooring line incentive scheme will be superseded by the above incentive scheme on 1 April 2021 at 0001 AWST.
The new mooring line technology incentive will be valid for all vessels calling the Terminal meeting this option from 1 April 2021 until 30 June 2022 at 2359 AWST.
Verification that the vessel and crew are compliant with the requirements will occur through the vessel vetting process, the Terminal Questionnaire and/or an inspection on board the vessel.
New mooring line technology incentive
BHP will discount the line handling fee for certain new technology adoption, to incentivise the advancement of mooring line safety improvements. The incentive will apply to the use of products incorporating technology aimed at reducing the snap backs of mooring lines together with the appropriate line management plan, as determined or approved by BHP.
The Wilhelmsen Timm Master 12 Snap Back Arrestor F100 (73mm) 220m and the Wilhelmsen Line Management Plan technology is currently approved by BHP. Alternative mooring line technology options will be reviewed by BHP.
If a vessel berthing at the Terminal has all mooring lines installed of the Wilhelmsen Timm Master 12 Snap Back Arrestor F100 (73mm) 220m type and their use and condition is continually monitored through the Wilhelmsen Line Management Plan, the vessel will benefit from:
- Reduced line handling charges from AU$1600 to AU$600 per Terminal call.
- Mooring lines turned/rotated end to end at a minimum 2500 hours of active service.
- A review of the line condition completed at 4500 hours of active service, or 5 years from certificate date to determine suitability for ongoing use. The line condition will be endorsed by the mooring line manufacturer and approved by BHP.
NB: All lines of the Wilhelmsen Timm Master 12 Snap Back Arrestor F100 (73mm) 220m type, must be retired at age of 5000 hours of active service. Hours of active service is the time the lines are used in mooring operations as logged in the Wilhelmsen Line Management Plan.
The 2018 Terminal mooring line incentive scheme will be superseded by the above incentive scheme on 1 April 2021 at 0001 AWST. The new mooring line technology incentive will be valid for all vessels calling the Terminal meeting this option from 1 April 2021 until 30 June 2022 at 2359 AWST.
- BHP Port Hedland-Mooring standard-update-2021. 02.pdf (28.1K) 0회 다운로드 | DATE : 2021-03-09 16:25:34
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