Safety Briefing check-list

http://stryjski.net/safety-briefing/

personal safety equipment

  • lifejackets
  • safety harness
  • protective aids: cold, sun, wind, water, hands, foots
  • can everyone swim?

safety equipment

  • lifebuoys
  • flares
  • liferafts / grab bag
  • firefighting equipment
  • radio / GPS
  • EPIRB & PLB
  • radar, radar reflector
  • navigation and other light switches
  • starting, stopping, and controlling the engine
  • bilge pomp

on deck

  • using winches
  • keeping ropes and deck in order
  • leaving cockpit
  • boom - windward side
  • life lines
  • “one hand for boat”
  • ask if not sure what is required from you
  • lookout

medications & medical conditions

  • taking any medications
  • side effects
  • seasickness tablets and other medications
  • seasickness may prevent you to take medications
  • first aid kit

seasickness

  • tablets
  • inform other
  • put on safety harness
  • steering, looking at horizon and laying down
  • cooking and smells

other

  • alcohol
  • gas
  • saving water
  • saving electricity and light at night
  • tidiness
  • no drinks on navigation table
  • toilets
    1. how to operate
    2. holding tank
    3. in port / at anchor
    4. at sea
    5. valve

also

  • watch system
  • passage plan

If something is broken or you think there may be some danger report it as soon as possible.



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