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Bridge management lrg

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Bridge management lrg

  1. 1. Grunt Productions 2006 BRIDGE MANAGEMENT
  2. 2. Grunt Productions 2006 COMMAND The responsibility for the safe direction and management of all tasks and functions of a ship and her company, exercised by the Commanding Officer. Also known as the safe conduct of the ship.
  3. 3. Grunt Productions 2006
  4. 4. Grunt Productions 2006 COMMAND WITHIN THE SHIP CONDUCT COMMAND
  5. 5. Grunt Productions 2006 CONDUCTCONDUCT ““The direction of a team orThe direction of a team or management of a series of tasks inmanagement of a series of tasks in the performance of a function”the performance of a function” Examples:Examples: Conduct of the shipConduct of the ship CONDUCT OF NAVCONDUCT OF NAV Conduct of operationsConduct of operations
  6. 6. Grunt Productions 2006 COMMAND WITHIN THE SHIP CONDUCT CHARGE OF THE SHIP COMMAND
  7. 7. Grunt Productions 2006 CHARGECHARGE ““The authority delegated by theThe authority delegated by the Commanding Officer (or otherCommanding Officer (or other officer to whom command orofficer to whom command or conduct has been delegated) to theconduct has been delegated) to the OOW for the safety of the ship atOOW for the safety of the ship at sea”sea”
  8. 8. Grunt Productions 2006 COMMAND WITHIN THE SHIP CONDUCT CHARGE OF THE SHIP CONTROL COMMAND
  9. 9. Grunt Productions 2006 CONTROLCONTROL ““The action of a functionalThe action of a functional superior in issuing instruction andsuperior in issuing instruction and guidance in a clearly definedguidance in a clearly defined professional field”professional field”
  10. 10. Grunt Productions 2006 CONNINGCONNING ““The act of giving wheel, thrusterThe act of giving wheel, thruster or engine orders”or engine orders”
  11. 11. Grunt Productions 2006 EXECUTIONEXECUTION ““The act of putting into effect (theThe act of putting into effect (the navigation plan, Captain’s orders,navigation plan, Captain’s orders, etc)”etc)”
  12. 12. Grunt Productions 2006 ADVISINGADVISING ““The act of providing informationThe act of providing information to assist the recipient in making ato assist the recipient in making a decision”decision”
  13. 13. Grunt Productions 2006 CAPTAIN/OOWCAPTAIN/OOW RELATIONSHIPRELATIONSHIP  Captain delegatesCaptain delegates chargecharge to OOWto OOW  Captain can take the ship at any timeCaptain can take the ship at any time by:by: • Direct Conning OrderDirect Conning Order • ““I have the Ship….”I have the Ship….”
  14. 14. Grunt Productions 2006 C/O & OOW RELATIONSHIPC/O & OOW RELATIONSHIP  C/O may take the ship at any time inC/O may take the ship at any time in the same manner as the Captainthe same manner as the Captain  If delegated Conduct should beIf delegated Conduct should be treated as Captaintreated as Captain
  15. 15. Grunt Productions 2006 CONTROL BRIDGE CONTROL The normal transit / passage state is termed ‘Bridge Control’. The OOW has charge of the ship and is responsible not only for the safety of the ship, but also for the conduct and co-ordination of all operations.
  16. 16. Grunt Productions 2006 ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF AESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF A GOODBRIDGE TEAMGOODBRIDGE TEAM Efficient, all round visual watch from bridgeEfficient, all round visual watch from bridge team and lookoutsteam and lookouts  Instinctive knowledge of bridge layout andInstinctive knowledge of bridge layout and ship capabilitiesship capabilities  Pre-briefed, frequently exercised and co-Pre-briefed, frequently exercised and co- ordinated bridge team response toordinated bridge team response to emergenciesemergencies and accidentsand accidents  Accurate, shift and anticipatory chartwork andAccurate, shift and anticipatory chartwork and navigationnavigation
  17. 17. Grunt Productions 2006 ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF AESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF A GOODBRIDGE TEAM(Cont’d)GOODBRIDGE TEAM(Cont’d) Instinctive assessments of relative velocityInstinctive assessments of relative velocity coupled with complete knowledge of the rule ofcoupled with complete knowledge of the rule of the roadthe road  Efficient conduct of ships routine andEfficient conduct of ships routine and operationsoperations  Conscientious compilation of records, logs,Conscientious compilation of records, logs, checklists stateboards etcchecklists stateboards etc  Good knowledge of bridge file – safety checksGood knowledge of bridge file – safety checks etcetc  Clear, complete and formal handoversClear, complete and formal handovers  Clear appreciation of responsibilities ie who’sClear appreciation of responsibilities ie who’s in charge of the shipin charge of the ship
  18. 18. Grunt Productions 2006 Bridge OrganisationBridge Organisation  Passage:Passage: OOW (In Charge)OOW (In Charge) 2OOW ?2OOW ? LookoutLookout  Approaching pilotage waters:Approaching pilotage waters: CaptainCaptain C/OC/O OOWOOW
  19. 19. Grunt Productions 2006 Bridge OrganisationBridge Organisation  Pilotage:Pilotage: CaptainCaptain C / OC / O OOWOOW Pilot may be embarkedPilot may be embarked  Berthing & Unberthing:Berthing & Unberthing: CaptainCaptain C / OC / O Pilot may be embarkedPilot may be embarked

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