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Module 1: Introduction to Shipbreaking 1.2 Types of Vessels Susan Harwood Grant Number SH-17820-08-60-F-23. Shipbreaking.

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Module 1: Introduction to Shipbreaking

1.2 Types of Vessels

Susan Harwood Grant Number SH-17820-08-60-F-23

Shipbreaking

disclaimer

This material was produced under grant number SH-17820-08-60-F-23 from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. It does not necessarily reflect the views or polices of the U.S. Department of Labor, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.

Disclaimer
objectives

Describe vessels nomenclature

Identify various types of vessels

Objectives
the bow is the forward most part and considered the front of the vessel
The bow is the forward most part and considered the front of the vessel.

Figure 1 Bow of hull number 134

the stern is the further most part of the vessel or the rear
The stern is the further most part of the vessel or the rear.

Figure 2 Stern view of ship in the slip

the main deck is considered between the superstructure and hull
The main deck is considered between the superstructure and hull.

Figure 3 Main deck of cargo vessel

all decks above the main deck are labeled 1 2 3 etc
All decks above the main deck are labeled 1, 2, 3, etc.

Figure 4 Superstructure of vessel with multiple decks

decks below the main deck are labeled 01 02 03 etc
Decks below the main deck are labeled 01, 02, 03, etc.

Figure 5 Engine room near the generator

the hull is the main body of the vessel
The hull is the main body of the vessel.

Figure 6 Hull inside the slip being dismantled

type of vessels

Military:U.S. Warships

MARAD: U.S. Maritime Administration

Freighters: Bulk cargo

Tankers: Bulk liquid cargo

Submarines: Conventional or nuclear

Barges: Bulk liquid or dry cargo

Type of Vessels
aircraft carriers
Aircraft Carriers

Figure 9 Aircraft carrier being dismantled

cruisers
Cruisers

Figure 10 Cruiser with cut outs along hull

cruiser
Cruiser

Figure 11 Cruiser being towed into the Brazos Santiago Pass Jetties

destroyers
Destroyers

Figure 12 Destroyer along ship channel being dismantled

oiler
Oiler

Figure 13 Oiler along channel

marad vessel
MARAD Vessel

Figure 14 MARAD vessel inside slip

victory ship
Victory Ship

Figure 15 MARAD vessel at berth

freighters
Freighters

Figure 16 MARAD vessels being moved by tugs

bulk freighter
Bulk Freighter

Figure 17 Freighter offloading cargo

bulk grain freighter
Bulk Grain Freighter

Figure 18 Freighter at grain terminal

ro ro vessel roll on roll off
Ro-Ro Vessel (Roll On & Roll Off)

Figure 19 Ro-Ro vessel at berth

chemical carrier
Chemical Carrier

Figure 20 Chemical tanker at oil dock

main deck of tanker
Main Deck of Tanker

Figure 21 View on main deck of tanker being dismantled

tankers offer many health risks and hazards
Tankers Offer Many Health Risks and Hazards

Figure 23 Tanker being dismantled

submarines may be conventional or nuclear powered
Submarines may be conventional or nuclear powered.

Figure 24 Submarine arriving at berth in Brownsville

submarines are extremely compact and difficult to make access
Submarines are extremely compact and difficult to make access.

Figure 25 Inside slip conning tower remove

cargo barges are designated to carry bulk cargo and non hazardous cargos
Cargo barges are designated to carry bulk cargo and non hazardous cargos.

Figure 28 Bulk barges underway

chemical barges transport dangerous cargos and chemicals pose health risk
Chemical barges transport dangerous cargos and chemicals pose health risk.

Figure 29 Chemical barges awaiting to be loaded

ocean going barge carrying regulated hazmat for cargo
Ocean going barge carrying regulated hazmat for cargo.

Figure 30 Integrated Tank barge (ITB)

oil barge is commonly referred to as red flag barge
Oil barge is commonly referred to as red flag barge.

Figure 31 Red flag barge at oil dock being loaded

derrick barge used for hoisting does not carry cargo
Derrick barge used for hoisting, does not carry cargo.

Figure 32 Derrick barge hoisting equipment

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Action Discussion

Do all vessels have the same risk and health hazards?

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Action Discussion

If vessel types are different, how do you prepare yourself to be SAFE?