Uluslararası Liman İşletmeciliği A.Ş.
Dangerous Goods Guide
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. REVISION PAGE
1.1. Revision Page (page 3)
2. FACILITY DATA SHEET
2.1. Facility Data Sheet (page 4-5-6)
3.2. Responsibilities Of Load Respective Person 3.3. Responsibilities Of Port Facility Operator 3.4. Responsibilities Of Vessel Master
4. RULES AND MEASURES TO BE FOLLOWED/IMPLEMENTED BY SAFIPORT
4.1. Rules And Measures To Be Followed/Implemented By Safiport Derince
5. DANGEROUS GOODS CLASSES, TRANSPORTATION, LOADING / UNLOADING, HANDLING,
5.1. Classes of Dangerous Loads
5.2. Packages and Wraps of Dangerous Substances 5.3. Placards and marks on CTUs
5.4. Segregation Guide
6. HAND GUIDE FOR HAZARDOUS LOADS HANDLED SAFI DERINCE INTERNATIONAL PORT DECOMPOSING
7. OPERATIONAL ISSUES
7.1. Operational Issues
8. EMERGENCIES, GETTING PREPARED FOR AND MAKING INTERVENTION TO EMERGENCIES
8.1. Port Safety
8.2. Collision / Grounding 8.3. Spills
8.4. Port Security
9. OTHER ISSUES
Safe Handling Operation Procedure For Hazardous Liquid Bulk Loads
3 Order No Revision No Revision Content Revision Date Revised
1 01 Inclusion of the Dock 12.03.2019
2 02 Inclusion of Dangerous
Liquid Cargo Terminal
3 03 Annex-9 Management Chart 10.05.2021
4 04 Annex-10 Dangerous Goods
5 05 Annex-12 Ship Inventory 17.05. 2021
6 06 Annex-19 Dangerous Goods
7 07 Annex-21 Fire Fighting
8 08 Annex-23 Pollution Fighting
21.05. 2021 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
1. REVISION PAGE
TESİS BİLGİ FORMU- FACILITY DATA SHEET
1 TESİS İŞLETMECİSİ ADI/ÜNVANI
Name/title of facility manager SAFİ DERİNCE ULUSLARARASI LİMAN İŞLETMECİLİĞİ A.Ş.
TESİS İŞLETMECİCİSİNİN İLETİŞİM BİLGİLERİ (ADRES,TELEFON,FAKS,E-POSTA,VE WEB SAYFASI)
Contact details of facility manager (address, telephone, fax, e-mail and web page)
SAFİ DERİNCE ULUSLARARASI LİMAN İŞLETMECİLİĞİ A.Ş.
DENİZ MH.D-100 KARAYOLU ALTI DERİNCE KOCAELİ
TEL : 0 262 281 27 00 - FAKS : 0 262 223 42 78 - www.Safiport.com.tr 3 TESİS ADI - Name of Facility SAFİPORT DERİNCE LİMANI
4 TESİSİN BULUNDUĞU İL - Province of facility KOCAELİ 5
TESİSİN İLETİŞİM BİLGİLERİ
(ADRES,TELEFON,FAKS,E-POSTA,VE WEB SAYFASI)Communication data of facility
DENİZ MH. LİMAN YOLU CADDESİ NO : 21 DERİNCE KOCAELİ TEL : 0 262 239 73 00 - FAKS : 0 262 223 42 78 - www.Safiport.com.tr 6 TESİSİN BULUNDUĞU COĞRAFİ BÖLGE
Geographical territory of the facility MARMARA BÖLGESİ 7
TESİSİN BAĞLI OLDUĞU LİMAN BAŞKANLIĞI VE İLETİŞİM BİLGİLERİ - Affiliated Port Authority and contact details
KOCAELİ LİMAN BAŞKANLIĞI - Atalar Mah. Sahil Yolu Cad. No: 26 Yarımca- Körfez / KOCAELİ Telefon : + 90 262 528 37 54 Fax : + 90 262 528 47 90 / 528 51 04
TESİSİN BAĞLI OLDUĞU BELEDİYE BAŞKANLIĞI VE İLETİŞİM BİLGİLERİ Affiliated Municipality and contact details
DERİNCE BELEDİYESİ Çenedağ Mah. Denizciler Cad. No: 81 DERİNCE / KOCAELİSANTRAL :0.262 239 40 15 (5 HAT)
TESİSİN BULUNDUĞU SERBEST BÖLGE VEYA ORGANİZE SAN.BÖLGESİNİN ADI
Name of Free Zone or Organized Industrial Zone where the facility is located
TESİS ORGANİZE SANAYİ VEYA SERBEST BÖLGE İÇİNDE DEĞİLDİR.
KIYI TESİSİ İŞLETME İZNİ / GEÇİCİ İŞLETME İZNİ BELGESİNİN GEÇERLİLİK TARİHİ Validity date of Port Facility Operation Permission / Temporary Operation Permission Document
11 TESİSİN FAALİYET STATÜSÜ Activity status of facility (X)
TESİS SORUMLUSUNUN ADI VE SOYADI, İLETİŞİMDETAYLARI,(ADRES,TELEFON,FAKS,E- POSTA)Name and Surname, Contact Details of Facility Authority (phone, fax, e-mail)
Ahmet Ağırbaş -TEL : 0 262 281 27 00
FAKS : 0 262 223 42 78 - ahmet.agirbas@Safiport.com.tr
TESİS TEHLİKELİ MADDE OPERASYONLARI SORUMLUSUNUN ADI VE SOYADI, İLETİŞİM DETAYLARI, (ADRES,TELEFON,FAKS,E-POSTA) Name and Surname, Contact Details of Facility Dangerous Goods Operations Authority (phone,fax, e-mail)
ALPER GÜRSU -ERHAN BAMBAL - BATUHAN TOPRAK TEL : 0 262 2812700 - FAKS: 0 262 223 42 78
alper.gursu@Safiport .com.tr erhan.bambal@Safiport.com.tr batuhan.toprak@Safiport.com.tr
2. FACILITY DATA SHEET
TESİS TEHLİKELİ MADDE GÜVENLİK DANIŞMANININ ADI VE SOYADI, İLETİŞİM DETAYLARI, (ADRES,TELEFON,FAKS,E-POSTA) Name and Surname, Contact Details of Facility Dangerous Goods Security Consultant (phone, fax,e-mail)
Ferihan Ayan - TARGİM (BKN.U.NET.TMGDK.41.24) TEL : 0 262 311 79 75 - FAKS 0 262 311 79 77
15 TESİS DENİZ KORDİNATLARI Sea coordinates of the facility
40°45'11.89"K - 29°50'15.12"D / 40°44'47.88"K - 29°49'34.29"D 40°44'51.40"K - 29°50'16.62"D / 40°44'53.19"K - 29°50'37.41"D 40°45'7.42"K - 29°50'35.53"D
TESİSTE ELLEÇLENEN TEHLİKELİ MADDE CİNSLERİ (MARPOL EK1-IMDG KOD-IBC KOD- IGC KOD-IMSBC KOD-GRAIN KOD-TDC KOD) KAPSAMINDAKİ YÜKLER İLE ASFALT/BİTÜM VE HURDA YÜKLERİ
Types of Dangerous Goods handled in the facility are (loads within scope of MARPOL Annex -1, IMDG Code, IBC Code, IGC Code, IMSBC Code,Grain Code, TDC Code and asphalt bitumen and
MARPOL EK1 - EK-2 - EK-4: EVET (İZAYDAŞ) IGC KOD : HAYIR / IMDG KOD : EVET (CLASS 6,2 - CLASS 7 HARİÇ) /IMSBC KOD : EVET / HURDA : HAYIR IBC KOD : EVET / GRAIN KOD : EVET / TDC KOD : EVET / ASFALT-BİTÜM: HAYIR
17 TESİSE YANAŞACAK GEMİ CİNSLERİ
Vessel types to be able to berth to the facility
GENEL KARGO- DÖKME YÜK-RO/RO-KONTEYNER-KİMYASAL TANKER - TREN FERİSİ-CANLI HAYVAN
Tesisisin Ana Yola Mesafesi (Km)
Distance of Facility to Main Road 1 KM.
19 TESİSİSİN DEMİR YOLUNA MESAFESİ Distance of Facility to Railway
TESİSİN DEMİRYOLU BAĞLANTISI VARDIR.
EN YAKIN HAVAALANININ ADI VE TESİSE OLAN MESAFESİ (KİLOMETRE)
Distance to nearest airport and facility
TESİSİN YÜK ELLEÇLEME KAPASİTESİ TON/YIL;TEU/YIL;ARAÇ/YIL
Load handling capacity of the facility (Ton/Year; TRU/Year; Vehicle / Year)
TESİSTE HURDA ELLEÇLEMESİ YAPILIP YAPILMADIĞI-Whether scrap handling performed in the facility
23 HUDUT KAPISI VAR MI? (EVET/HAYIR) Is there any border gate? (Yes/No)
01.10.1986- 86/11048 SAYILI BAKANLAR KURULU KARARI İLE HUDUT KAPSIDIR.
24 GÜMRÜKLÜ SAHA VAR MI (EVET/HAYIR)
Is there any bonded area? EVET 25
YÜK ELLEÇLEME DONANIMLARI VE
KAPASİTELERİLoad handling equipments and capacities
» Mobil Vinç, (35ton/200ton) - » Forklift, (3ton/12 ton) » Kepçe, 3 STS, 10 RTG, » Dolu ve Boş Konteyner Taşıma Forklift, » Eksvatör,
26 DEPOLAMA TANK KAPASİTESİ (M3)
Storage Tank Capacity (m3) 32 ADET - 48.530 M3 TANK 27 AÇIK DEPOLAMA ALANI M2Outdoor storage
area (m2) 648.001 M2
28 YARI KAPALI DEPOLAMA ALANI M2
Semi-Closed storage area YOKTUR
29 KAPALI DEPOLAMA ALANI M2
Indoor storage area 12.295 M2
BELİRLENEN FUMİGASYON VE/VEYA FUMİGASYONDAN ARINDIRMA ALANI M2 Determined fumigation and/or fumigation purification area (m2)
KILAVUZLUK VE RÖMORKAJ HİZMETLERİ SAĞLAYICISININ ADI/ÜNVANI İLETİŞİM DETAYLARI Name and Surname, Contact Details of Pilotage and Towage Services Provider (phone, fax, e-mail)
SAFİ DERİNCE ULUSLARARASI LİMAN İŞLETMECİLİĞİ A.Ş.
TEL : 0 262 239 73 00 - FAKS : 0 262 223 42 78 - www.Safiport.com.tr 32
GÜVENLİK PLANI OLUŞTURULMUŞ MU ? (EVET/HAYIR)s the security plan created?
ATIK KABUL TESİSİ KAPASİTESİ
BU BÖLÜM TESİSİN KABUL ATTİĞİ ATIKLARA GÖRE AYRI DÜZENLENECEKTİR.
Waste Acceptance Facility Capacity (this section shall be separately issued based on wastes accepted by the facility).
34 RIHTIM/İSKELE VB. ALANLARIN ÖZELLİKLERİ Features of dock/Pier, etc. areas
3.1.1. Vessels to berth Safiport Derince docks shall be berthed and moored in a suitable, protected and
3.1.2. Inlet- Outlet system between the vessel and Safiport Derince docks shall be suitable and safe.
Trainings of personnel working in dangerous load loading, unloading and handling
operations are given by Safiport Derince 3.1.4. All kinds of information, certificate and documents related with dangerous load are controlled by Safiport Derince officers.
3.1.5. List of dangerous load is kept by Safiport Derince documentation unit.
3.1.6. Training records are also kept.
3.1.7. Related documents are controlled by Safiport Derince documentation unit gate officers in order to ensure that dangerous load entering into Safiport Derince harbour reach is defined, classified, certified, packed, labelled, declared in accordance with the procedure, safely loaded
and carried in approved and legal package, container and load carrying units.
3.1.8. Required safety precautions are taken by Safiport Derince HSE Directorate staff and notified to ort authority for Dangerous Goods do not complying with rules, not being safe or creating risk for persons/environment.
3.1.9. Emergency plan is placed to points legible by Safiport Derince staff.
3.1.10. Safiport Derince notifies dangerous load accidents occurring in the harbour reach to the port authority.
3.1.11. Required support and cooperation is maintained in controls performed by official authorities.
3.1.12. Activities related with Dangerous Goods are being performed at docks specially
assigned for these works.
3.1.13. Bulk petroleum and petroleum products handling are not performed in our port (except asphalt/bitumen).
3.1.14. IMDG Class 1 and 7 numbered loads are performed as alongside.
3.1.15. Safiport Derince does not allow berthing of vessels and maritime vehicles carrying
Dangerous Goods to pier and dock without
permission of port authority.
3.1.16. An allocated site is available for piling loads subject to IMDG Code. Operation of vehicles or tools creating sparks is not allowed at dangerous load handling site.
3.1.18. Maintains safe and proper entry-exit between Safiport Derince vessel and port
3.2.RESPONSIBILITIES OF LOAD RESPECTIVE PERSON
3.2.1. Issues, has issued all compulsory documents, information and certificates concerning Dangerous Goods and maintain carriage of these documents with the load during carriage operation.
3.2.2. Maintains classifying, defining, packing, marking, labelling, plating Dangerous
Goods according to directive.
3.2.3. Maintains loading, piling, securing, carrying and discharging Dangerous Goods into
approved and proper package, container and load carrying unit safely.
3.2.4. Maintains training of all concerned personnel regarding risks of dangerous loads shipped by sea, safety precautions, safe working, emergency precautions, security and similar issues and keeps training records.
3.2.5. Maintains taking required safety precaution for Dangerous Goods those are not proper, unsafe or create risk for individuals / environment.
3.2.6. Provides required information and support to concerned persons in case of
emergencies or accidents.
3.2.7. Notifies dangerous load accidents occurred in its responsibility area to the
3.2.8. Provides information and documents requested during controls performed by official authorities and maintains required cooperation.
3.3.RESPONSIBILITIES OF PORT FACILITY OPERATOR
3.3.1. Vessels to berth Safiport Derince docks shall be berthed and moored in a suitable, protected and
3.3.2. Trainings of personnel working in
dangerous load loading, unloading and handling operations are given by Safiport Derince.
3.3.3. All kinds of information, certificate and documents related with dangerous load are controlled by Safiport Derince officers.
3.3.4. List of dangerous load is kept by Safiport Derince documentation unit.
3.3.5. Training records are also kept.
3.3.6. Related documents are controlled by Safiport Derince gate officers and dock operations supervisor in order to ensure that dangerous loads entering into Safiport Derince harbour reach are defined, classified, certified, packed, labelled, declared in accordance with the procedure, safely loaded and carried in approved and legal package, container and load carrying units.
3.3.7. Required safety precautions are taken by Safiport Derince HSE Directorate staff and notified to port authority for Dangerous Goods do not complying with rules, not being safe or creating risk for persons/environment.
3.3.8. Emergency plan is placed to points legible by Safiport Derince staff. 3.3.9. Safiport Derince notifies dangerous load accidents occurring in the harbour reach to the portauthority.
3.3.10. Required support and cooperation is maintained in controls performed by official authorities. 3.3.11. Activities related with Dangerous Goods are being performed at docks specially assigned for these works.
3.3.12. Bulk petroleum and petroleum products handling are not performed in our port (except asphalt/bitumen).
3.3.14. Safiport Derince does not allow berthing of vessels and maritime vehicles carrying
Dangerous Goods to pier and dock without permission of port authority.
3.4.RESPONSIBILITIES OF VESSEL MASTER
3.4.1. Maintains compliance of vessel, installation and devices with dangerous load carriage.
3.4.2. Requests all compulsory documents, information and certificates from Port facility and load concerned person related with dangerous loads.
3.4.3. Maintains complete implementation and sustainability of safety precautions regarding loading, piling, separating, handling, carrying and unloading dangerous loads in his vessel, performs required supervisions and controls.
3.4.4. Controls that dangerous loads entering into the vessel are accordingly defined,
classified, certified, packaged, marked, labelled, declared and safely loaded and carried in approved and proper package, container and load carrying unit.
3.4.5. Maintains awareness and training of all vessel personnel regarding risks of carried, loaded, unloaded dangerous loads, safety precautions, safe working, emergency precautions and similar issues.
3.4.6. Maintains working of individuals having suitable qualifications and received required trainings on dangerous loads loading, carrying, unloading and handling issues with all work safety precautions taken.
3.4.7. He cannot get out of the site allocated without permission of port authority, moor, and approach to pier and dock.
3.4.8. He implements all rules and precautions during cruising, manoeuvring, mooring,
berthing and leaving in order to safely carry the dangerous load by his vessel.
3.4.9. He maintains safe entering-exiting between vessel and dock.
3.4.10. He informs his crew regarding
applications related with Dangerous Goods in the vessel, safety procedures/instructions, emergency precautions and intervention methods.
3.4.11. He maintains current lists of all
Dangerous Goods in the vessel and declares to concerned persons.
3.4.12. Takes required safety precautions for Dangerous Goods those are not proper, unsafe or create risk for individuals / environment and notifies the port authority regarding the situation.
3.4.13. Notifies dangerous cargo accidents occurring in the vessel to the port authority.
3.4.14. Provides required support and cooperation in controls performed by official authorities on the vessel.
4.1.RULES AND MEASURES TO BE FOLLOWED/IMPLEMENTED BY SAFİPORT DERİNCE
3.4.1. Safi Derince International Port Incorporated Company Within scope of
Unloading and Carrying Procedure for Dangerous Goods within the Port”
b) Safiport Derince officers perform control of IMDG Code loads arriving via land vehicles and vessels in order to be accessed to the harbour reach.
c) The personnel assigned for Dangerous Goods handling use protective clothing
according to physical and chemical
characteristics of IMDG Code loads during internal unloading based on status of the load package. This operation is performed
within scope of Loading, Unloading and Carrying Procedure for Dangerous Goods
within the Port”.
d) Safiport Derince Port Terminal Fire Fighting personnel to fight with fires on the Dangerous Goods handling site is maintained as ready for using the fire vehicle and extinguishing systems located on
it as being equipped with fire clothes.
e) The Emergency Response Plan is prepared for evacuation of vessel and maritime
f) Safi Derince International Port Incorporated Company has prepared “Fire Prevention and Extinguishing Procedure"Annex-6 and
precautions are taken within scope of the procedure.
g) Safi Derince International Port Incorporated Company provides trainings to its personnel assigned in dangerous load operations in accordance with Training and Assignment Directive Within Scope of IMDG Code.
h) Safety and security precautions of Safi Derince International Port Incorporated Company are taken according to ISPS Plan.
4. RULES AND MEASURES TO BE
5.1.Classes of Dangerous Loads
Dangerous load classes according to IMDG Code rules implemented in International Sea
Freight are given below:
Hazmat warning placards are broken down into nine different classifications, along with their divisions. Each class number is found at the bottom of the sign, while the division number can be found in the middle.
Class 1 — Explosive Materials
1.1: Products with the potential to create a mass explosion
1.2: Products with the potential to create a projectile hazard
1.3: Products with the potential to create a fire or minor blast
1.4: Products with no significant risk of creating a blast
1.5: Products considered very insensitive that are used as blasting agents
1.6: Products considered extremely insensitive with no risk to create a mass explosion
Class 2 — Gases
2.1: Flammable gases 2.2: Nonflammable gases 2.3: Toxic gases
Class 3 — Flammable and Combustible Liquids
Class 4 — Flammable Materials
4.1: Flammable solids
4.2: Spontaneously combustible 4.3: Dangerous when wet
Class 5 — Oxidizer and Organic Peroxide
5.1: Oxidizing substances 5.2: Organic peroxides
Class 6 — Poisons
6.1: Toxic substances 6.2: Infectious substances
Class 7 — Radioactive Materials Class 8 — Corrosive Materials Class 9 — Miscellaneous Materials
5. DANGEROUS GOODS CLASSES, TRANSPORTATION, LOADING / UNLOADING, HANDLING,
DECOMPOSING, PILING AND STORING
Class 1 - Explosives
(1) An explosive substance is a solid or liquid substance (or mixture of substances) which is in itself capable by chemical reaction of producing gas at such a temperature and pressure and at such a speed as to cause damage to the surroundings. This includes pyrotechnic
substances, which are substances or mixtures of substances designed to produce an effect by heat, light, sound, gas or smoke or a
combination of these as the result of non- detonative self-sustaining exothermic chemical reactions.
(2) For the transportation of explosive substances and/or goods via rail, the sender must obtain permission documents from the relevant government authority. Without the necessary official documentation explosive substances and/or goods will not be accepted for transport under any circumstances.
Class 2 - Gases
(1) Gases are divided into three categories.
(a) Flammable Gas (b) Non-flammable Gas (c) Poisonous Gas
(2) Carbonated beverages that are ready for consumption are not classified amongst hazardous materials.
(3) Goods labels for gases can be found in Appendix 3
Class 3 - Flammable Liquids
(1) A flammable liquid is a liquid having a flash point of not more than 60°C (140°F), or any material in a liquid phase with a flash point at or above 37.8°C (100°F) that is intentionally heated and offered for transportation or transported at or above its flash point in a bulk packaging.
(2) Also included in this category are liquids and solids with a flash point over 60°C (140°F) which have melted and are transported at up to 60°C (140°F), and desensitized liquid explosive substances.
Flammable liquids are assigned to three
different packing groups in accordance with the degree of danger.
Class 4 - Flammable solids;
substances liable to spontaneous combustion; substances which, in contact with water, emit
Class 4 deals with substances which, under the conditions of their transport, are flammable or may cause a fire, except those classified as explosives.
Division 4.1 Flammable solids
Division 4.2 Substances liable to spontaneous combustion
Division 4.3 Substances which in contact with water emit flammable gases
Class 5 - Oxidizing substances and organic peroxides
Class 5 Dangerous goods are chemicals which may not themselves burn, but may emit oxygen or radiate heat during transport to cause the combustion of other materials. can be divided into:
Division 5.1 Oxidizing substances Division 5.2 Organic peroxides
Class 6 - Toxic and infectious
substances Class 6 is divided into:
6.1 Toxic substances
These are substances which, upon swallowing, inhalation or skin contact, may cause death or serious injury or harm to human health.
6.2 Infectious substances
Infectious substances are substances that contain pathogen, may causes human or animal infection.
Class 7 - Radioactive material
Radioactive material mean a substance that is capable of emitting various types of radiation with radioactive concentrations and total radioactivity in the consignment exceeding specified values.
There is no further divisions to be made in Class 7, the corresponding UN number shall be adopted according to the characteristics of the material, where appropriate. In actual transport practice, the hazard level shall be estimated according to the level of radiation on the surface of the package and the transport index, and shall be marked with corresponding symbols.
Class 8 - Corrosive substances
Corrosive substances are those substances that can seriously damage the biological tissue with
which they come into contact through chemical reactions or that can cause damage to other goods or vehicles if scattering from the packaging. This Class includes substances that are corrosive to animal skin, corrosive to metals and that with PH
Class 9 – Miscellaneous
dangerous substances and articles, including environmentally
Class 9 are substances and articles that have potential risk during transportation but not covered by other classes. Including the following divisions:
1. Substances or articles that do not subject to any other classes of hazard, but have evidence that their risk is in conformity with Part A of Chapter VII of the 1974 SOLAS Convention as amended.
2. Liquid substances that are transported or delivered for transportation under the temperature ≥100℃, or solid substances that are transported or delivered for transportation under the temperature ≥240℃.
3. Hazardous substances regulated by MARPOL 73/78 Annex III. (Marine pollutants)
4. Genetically modified microorganisms and genetically modified organisms.
5.2.Packages and Wraps of Dangerous Substances
Packing Group (PG) Packing group means a grouping according to the degree of danger presented by hazardous materials.
Class 2, Class 7, Division 6.2 (other than regulated medical wastes), and ORM-D
materials do not have packing groups.
Packing Group I-Great Danger Packing Group II-Medium Danger Packing Group III-Minor Danger
5.3.Placards and marks on CTUs
Compatibility and segregation chart
The segregation chart is provided to assist you to minimise the risk of storing incompatible goods. It recognises that transport guidelines are not suitable for workplace situations, where larger quantities of goods may be kept together in circumstances that enable better control measures.
Scroll to the right to see the full table.
Compatible goods guidance notes
18 The handbook written by Safiport Derince is presented in the Appendix.
7.1.1. Regarding safe mooring, anchoring, loading/unloading, keeping of vessels carrying
Dangerous Goods during day and night;
During loading or unloading of loads belonging to Class 1 (Except ones in section 1.4), no radio or radar transmitters should be used at vessel, cranes or any other adjacent place except VHF transmitters having power outlet not exceeding 25 W and
no part of their overhead systems should pass through at last 2 meters of safety distance from explosive substances.
■Damaged, leaking, humid packages with faults should not be accepted for shipment.
■Smoking and using fire is forbidden at load deck and points of vessels carrying
dangerous loads those are moored and Port storage places of dangerous loads.
7.1.2 Prior to entering the harbour reach, masters of vessels containing dangerous loads
the following issues must be considered;
■Learn legal requirements regarding vessels carrying or handling dangerous loads in
the harbour reach and teach to his crew.
■Control status of vessel, machines, equipments and tools as required.
■Control any damages or leakages in dangerous loads and their covers as long as possible.
■Informs the port authority in case of any deficiency or fault those may endanger the
life, goods or environment safety in vessel, machines, equipments or tools or any load
damage or leakage those may cause dangers or cover system failure.
7.1.3 Persons responsible for loading/unloading operations of dangerous loads on vessel
dock, on the vessel or in the hold;
■Shall behave according to warnings and recommendations given by master or officers,
■Shall avoid from smoking at any place in the ship other than the place indicated by the
■Shall avoid or not allow behaviours causing sparks at any place in the vessel other than
the place indicated by the captain,
■No welding shall be performed at places other than indicated by the master.
Additional precautions required to be taken according to season conditions in
operations of Dangerous Goods are given with details in Safiport Derince Port Container Pier Operations
6. HAND GUIDE FOR HAZARDOUS LOADS HANDLED SAFI DERINCE
INTERNATIONAL PORT DECOMPOSING, PILING AND STORING
7. OPERATIONAL ISSUES
Port Safety 8.1 General
In case of incidents or accidents on board please call “Safiport Derince Port Traffic” on VHF channel 12 or contact them on the
phone +90 262 281 27 00 Details to be reported:
▪ Name of ship
▪ Nature of incident
8.2 Collision / Grounding
In situations that may endanger the safety of shipping, e.g. if ships lose anchors or chains, run aground, anchor in port, sink by collision, contact “Safiport Derince Port Traffic” on VHF channel 12-13
Details to be reported:
▪ Name of ship
▪ Nature of incident
All spills have to be reported to “Safiport Derince Port Traffic” on VHF Channel 12.
Details to be reported:
▪ Name of ship
▪ Activity or incident
Designated Authority (ISPS)
The designated authority in charge of port security is responsible for
implementing the provisions of the ISPS Code at port facilities.
Contact phone +90 262 281 27 00
Action in case of incidents
1 Take actions according to the Emergency Plan.
2 Turn the vessel out of the wind – the spilling gas / smoke is toxic.
3 Put on protective clothing and breathing apparatus.
4 Stop the spillage.
5 Let the spillage evaporate.
6 Remove the spillage with synthetic scoops.
6.1 Use absorbents for the spillage.
6.2 Do not touch the spillage.
7 Separate contaminated goods from other goods.
8 Cover contaminated goods with tarpaulins / ... . 9 Cool down the container/ ... with water.
10 Ventilate the hold(s) carefully.
11 Close the hatch - operate the fire extinguishing system.
12 Fight the fire from a great distance.
13 Take injured persons / casualties to a safe area.
14 Provide first aid to injured persons.
15 Call the ambulance.
16 Take off and dispose of contaminated clothing.
8. EMERGENCIES, GETTING PREPARED
FOR AND MAKING INTERVENTION TO
20 SAFE HANDLING OPERATION PROCEDURE FOR
HAZARDOUS LIQUID BULK LOADS
1.1 Fluid loads within scope of IBC code are handled in port area. ( Hazardous fluid load general
procedure is enclosed)
1.2Fulfilling following issues will be ensured for safety of coasts plant, employees and ships which are present in coast plant for Handling hazardous loads which will arrive to coast plant, temporary keeping in coast plant, stacking an separation, storage and similar issues
1.3 Personnel who names are given below and who were assigned and trained about operations
handling, loading and unloading for loads which have Safe Handling Operation of Hazardous Bulk Loads were assigned in our port facility. Job definitions were mentioned in Annex-19 and were notified to them.
Principal Officer and Operation Supervision Officer Batuhan Toprak – Muhammet Uzuner- Erhan Bambal – Yaşar Serdar Peker
(Ömer Faruk Öney – Yasin Okumuş- Gürcan Güraksu-İbrahim Turan-Erhan Bambal-) Emergency Procedures
Emergency procedures are required for considering all emergency cases which were predicted during emergency case. Emergency procedures may vary in bulk liquid cargo operations however minimum application procedures will cover following titles.
• taking action by people for maintain safety of themselves and people around them.
• Things which should be done for minimizing damages which are caused by people against people, properties and environment.
• Method which was determined for emergency services, Scope and objective of the Emergency plan; Coordinating all aspects of emergency, emergency plants should include following:
• Responsibilities of key personnel
• requirements and systems which will activate plan
• Evaluation of teams and roles for considering several aspects of emergency
• Emergency services and sources such as additions support and additional power
Notifications to be made to port within scope of IBC code and petroleum and petroleum products within scope of MARPOL 73/78 Annex-1 cover following information 1) Type of operation 2) departure or destination port of load 3) coast plant where loading or unloading will be made 4) presence of safety data sheet regarding load 5) name of products 6) tank where it is included in Tanlk 7) Flash point if any 8) Quantity 9) Final Consignee company 10) tax no of final consignee company.
Check List for Safe Handling Operation of Hazardous Bulk Fluid Loads
1. Operation meeting is held at least 1 day-24 hours before meeting
2.MSDS form for the load is obtained
3. Certificate of Conformity for ship which carries hazardous load will be controlled.
4. Approved loading/unloading plan is requested.
5. Following issues will be considered within scope of IMDG code documents and accept/reject manager decision will be taken for the hazardous loads which will be accepted in port;
a. risk which is caused by hazardous load
b. Interaction with present hazardous loads in coast plant
c. Interaction with loads which are planned to be accepted in near future in coast plant.
d. Material and equipment need for emergency intervention.
e. Adequacy of emergency teams f. Interaction with adjacent plants
9. OTHER ISSUES
21 6. If decision was taken for acceptance of
hazardous load, management, operation, storage, security and emergency intervention units are informed and preparation and acceptance process is initiated. Information is given about hazard of load and necessary protective equipment is maintained.
7. Number of equipment, team, shift to be used is determined.
8. Resolutions taken and necessary notifications are communicated to personnel who will work in operation and emergency.
9. Necessary warnings, notices are ensured to be placed around area where handling is made.
Note : Meeting for standard handled loads is optional. Resolutions of previous meeting can be exercised.
Bulk Fluid Cargo Management Guide
Following minimum information will be supplied to port in preliminary notification.
1.Name of Ship and Lloyds / IMO ship No
2. Estimated arrival date and time of ship (ETA) or delivery of goods to port area, 3. Name of agency, contact name and phone no.
4. Name of suitable transportation/ correct technical name
5. MSDS for transported cargos 6.UN No (if any )
7. IMG code classification and any additional risk, packaging group or Marpol/NLS category and flash point will be given properly.
8. Amount of load which will be loaded/unloaded or left over ship..
9. Production certificate for fluid bulk hazardous loads
10.. Any known defect in status of hazardous load or in cargo storage may lead an abnormal hazard related to bulk load.
11.Any defect environment which may affect port area, ship or ship safety adversely
Conformity whether ship has following valid certificates for hazardous liquids is sought i. (Intenational Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate) ii. (International Pollution Prevention Certificate for the Carriage of Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk)
iii. (Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk)
iv. (International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk)
v. Cargo inhibitor certificate (where applicable) 5.2 PREPARATION BEFORE HANDLING HAZARDOUS BULK FLUID LIQUID:
(1) Coast plant officer performs planning about handling and temporary storage of hazardous loads which arrive to plant after considering preliminary notifications and information in safety data sheet and informs relevant personnel.
(2) Coast plant requests safety datasheet of hazardous loads from relevant person. S/he considers information in safety datasheet for precautions to be taken for being ready for first aid and emergency, handling and temporary storage areas. Safety data sheet is prepared by safety datasheet preparer due to request of load producer. Safety datasheets which do not meet these requirements are not accepted by coast plant (3) If there is no possibility to make a load
transportation unit or package suitable for
repackaging or transportation in coast plant, they will not be accepted to coast plant.
Tmfb Control in Filling Plant
Whether transporters have Hazardous Material Activity Certificate is controlled and filling will not be made in vehicles which do not have Transporter expression Hazardous Material Activity Certificate.
Actions will be made according to following explanations in applications to be made in filling plant.
■ Regarding with ones which have TMFB which was issued for behalf of real person or private company;
name and title information in TMFB should be same with ownership information in vehicle license. This situation is valid for real person or private
companies which act as lease for behalf of third parties.
■ For the ones which have transportation
authorization certificate and have TMFS which was issued for companies which have hazardous
material transportation activity for themselves or for other by vehicles which they own and/or leased;
said vehicle which will be queried by its traffic
22 license over E-government system, Vehicle
Authorization Certificate Query module should be shown that it is recorded for behalf of company which is indicated in TMFB..
■ Abovementioned queries should be made for both vehicle and trailer for vehicles of which owners of trailer and tractor are different.
SHIP TERMINAL AGREEMENTS
Ship should submit for signature of Ship
Preparation Notification (NOR). Respondents of all protest concerning loading, unlading and related protests are ship and its agency.
All relevant articles which are present in Ship/Coast Safety Control List which is provided by terminal will be completed by terminal representative and ship officer.
If there is not any control list by terminal or they do not have same standards within ISGOTT, (5th Edition) Ship/Coast Safety Control List, Section C Bulk Liquid Chemicals included should be used.
Both should be signed after acceptance. Sometimes loading primary unit will request COF and/or hose certificates. Any defect which requires use of portable pump in cargo pumps will be considered and evaluated.
Agreement will be made over washing program and slop disposal for chemicals which are not subjected to preliminary washing liability according to
MARPOL Annex II and it will be notified to MARPOL official. Unloading order and grades to be unloaded will be accepted mutually.
SAFETY Stacking plan, cargo operation forms and chemical hazard data form/MSDS information will be explained to each port personnel who is assigned in operation as following, they will be informed and preparations will be requested according to this.
1.Risk level of cargo to be unloaded will be notified 2.Chemical protective clothing specific for product should always be worn during cargo operations.
3.Fire extinguishers should always be made available.
4.Personnel will be informed prior about what should be done in spill and exposure cases.
5.Additional medical equipment will be made available.
6.Access of personnel who are not necessary during some cargo operations into board areas will be restricted.
7.Possibility that some cargos which may release extremely toxic vapors which could not be detected to have additives which may be detected will be paid attention significantly.
8.Ensure that All gas detection equipment (both fixed and portable) will be operative and they are calibrated with necessary equipment. In such cases it may be necessary to organize gas controls in some board areas and pier during
loading/unloading toxic/flammable loads with regular intervals by portable gas detection
equipment. Control that there is sufficient toxic gas detector.
9. Exposure of personnel against chemicals, hazardous liquids and fume , unplanned exposure of personnel against toxic or corrosive fume should always be evaluated as emergency and emergency team should be activated in severe cases and rescue plan should be implemented.
10.First aid should be exercised as it is documented in MSDS however severity of master exposure should be evaluated and if you have doubt more recommendations should be taken regarding treatment.
SEPARATION RULES IN SHIP Reactivity with other cargo
Incompatible cargos may react with each other dangerously. Therefore such cargos should not be stacked in adjacent cargo tanks and mixing in drip tanks or trays after tank cleaning should not be allowed. There are exceptions in compatibility table. Compatibility of a chemical with other should be checked.
Definition of Hazardous Reaction: As first approach when temperature increase of mixture exceeds 25 degrees C or gas evolves under specified conditions, two cargo mixtures are considered as hazardous.
Reaction of two loads may be nonhazardous due to temperature or pressure matters but it may
generate significant more flammable or toxic product. Products in compatibility table are divided into tow categories: 1 to 22 “Reactive Groups” and 30 to 43 “Cargo Groups”. Groups 23 to 20 and 43 are
23 not assigned and left for expansion. Reactive groups
include most chemically reactive products. Hazardous combinations maybe hazardous between members of different reactive groups and between members of reactive groups and cargo groups. However products which were assigned to Cargo groups are less reactive.
Hazardous combinations which include these may only be formed by members of certain reactive groups. Cargo groups do not present reaction dangerously with each other.
AS.SVY.01 Process for Transferring Product from Ship to Tank AS.SVY.02 Process for Transferring from Tank to Road tanker AS.SVY.03 Process for Transferring Product from Tank to Tank AS.SVY.04 Process for Transferring Product from Tank To Ship EK.SVY.01 Product Handling handbook for Fluid Loads
TL.SVY.01 Instruction for Transferring Product from Ship to Tank TL.SVY.02 Instruction for Transferring from Tank to Road tanker TL.SVY.03 Instruction for Transferring Product from Tank to Tank TL.SVY.04 Instruction for Transferring Product from Tank To Ship TL.SVY.05 Hose usage and Test Instruction
TL.SVY.06 Pump Usage Instruction TL.SVY.07 Sample Storage Instruction TL.SVY.08 Pig (Lines Usage Instruction TL.SVY.09 Sampling Instruction
TL.SVY.10 Instruction for Storing Products Including Inhibitor TL.SVY.11 Chemical Substances which Have Conductor and Insulator Property
TL.SVY.12 Crane Usage Instruction TL.SVY.13 Shipment Instruction TL.SVY.14 Cleaning and Order Instruction TL.SVY.15 Tank Cleaning Instruction TL.SVY.16 Wind Speed Monitoring Table
TL.SVY.17 Plant commissioning and decommissioning instruction FR.SVY.01 A and B Tank-Line Cleaning Control Form
FR.SVY.02 Waste Control Form FR.SVY.03 Empty barrel control form FR.SVY.04 full barrel control form FR.SVY.05 ship file
FR.SVY.06 Ship Operation tank preliminary determination form FR.SVY.07 Preparation before ship form
FR.SVY.08 Mission Information Instruction Form FR.SVY.09 Form for Petition before Customs Unloading FR.SVY.10 Petition form for Customs Transfer From Tank to Tank FR.SVY.11 Form for Petition for Declaration Before Customs Loading FR.SVY.12 Daily wind speed monitoring table
FR.SVY.13 Process control card for products including inhibitor FR.SVY.14 Process Control Card for Heated tanks
FR.SVY.15 Temperature Monitoring Control Form for Heated Tanks FR.SVY.16 Control form for Scaffold and Equipments
FR.SVY.17 Control form for Road Tanker Open System Loading FR.SVY.18 Manifold Delivery Card
FR.SVY.19 Form for controlling Line and Tank Preparations before operations
FR.SVY.20 Pre Transfer Meeting For Loading Discharge FR.SVY.21 Daily control cards for manhole valves FR.SVY.22 Tank Operation Card
FR.SVY.23 Monthly control form for tanker filling platforms FR.SVY.24 UN Nos for hazard classes and R and S values
FR.SVY.25 Control form for putting tanks and lines into operation after technical works
FR.SVY.26 Terminal Pumping Log For Loading Form FR.SVY.27 Terminal Pumping Log For Discharging Form FR.SVY.28 Information Exchange Before Arrival Form FR.SVY.29 Ship Shore Safety Check List
FR.SVY.30 Hose Periodic Control Card FR.SVY.31 Sample Information Card
FR.SVY.32 Entrance Control form for trucks and trailers FR.SVY.33 Tanker Safety Control Card
PR.SVY.01 Product Identification and Traceability Form PR.SVY.02 Ship Unloading and Loading Operations Procedure PR.SVY.03 Tank and Line Cleaning Procedure
PR.SVY.04 Contract Procedure
PR.SVY.05 Procedure for Safe Handling Operation of Liquid Bulk Hazardous Loads
PR.SVY.06 Line and Equipment Color Code Procedure PR.SVY.07 Storage, Warehousing transportation and Shipment Procedure
PR.SVY.08 Process Control Procedure
PR.SVY.09 Control of Nonconforming Product Procedure
ANNEX-1: Safi Derince International Port General Layout Plan ANNEX-2: Safi Derince International Port General View
ANNEX -3 : Safi Derince International Port Emergency Contact
ANNEX – 4: General Layout Plan of Areas Where Dangerous Loads are Handled ANNEX – 5: Fire Plan of Areas Where Dangerous Loads are Handled
ANNEX -9 : Safi Derince International Port Emergency Hand Book
ANNEX - 13 Administrative Borders of Port Authority, anchorage places and maritime pilot drop/insert points Coordinates
ANNEX - 16 Dangerous Goods Accident Form
ANNEX - 17 Code of Practice For Packing of Cargo Transport Units (CTU)