SHIP DAMAGE CONTROL PLAN

Damage Control Information (DCI)

The Damage Control Information is a part of onboard documentation. The documentation should be clear and easy to understand. It should not include more information than this directly relevant to damage control and should be provided in the working language of the ship.

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The DCI is intended to provide the ship’s officers with clear information on the ship’s watertight subdivision and equipment related to maintaining the integrity of the watertight boundaries so that in the event of ship damage-causing flooding proper precautions can be taken to prevent progressive flooding. The DCI should consist of: Damage Control Plan, Damage Control Manual, External Watertight Integrity Plan, and Internal Watertight Integrity Plan.

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Damage Control Plan – A plan showing clearly for each deck and hold and boundaries of the watertight compartments, the openings therein with the means of closure and position of any control thereof, and the arrangements for the correction of any list due to flooding. The plan is to be permanently exhibited or readily available on the navigation bridge. In addition, booklets containing the aforementioned information are to be made available to the officers of the vessel.

Preparation standards

For ships built before 01/01/2009: the damage control plan and booklet shall comply with the requirements outlined in the IMO MSC/Circ.919

For ships built after 01/01/2009:  the damage control plan and booklet shall comply with the requirements outlined in the IMO MSC/Circ.1245

Placement on board the ship

For passenger ships, the damage control plan should be permanently exhibited or readily available on the navigation bridge, as well as in the ship’s control station, safety center or equivalent.

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For cargo ships, the damage control plan should be permanently exhibited or readily available on the navigation bridge.  Furthermore, the damage control plan should be permanently exhibited or readily available in the cargo control room, all ship’s office or other suitable location.

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