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Port Regulations/Procedures
Bulk Cargo Operations

This page lists various procedures and regulations published by Mesaieed Port. Please click on the View link to View, fill or print.

General Health Regulations
    • Procedure
    • Dusty cargoes
    • Other cargoes
    • Fatigue
    • Fumes
    • Personnel welfare facilities
    • Emergency arrangements on shore and ship Injuries
    • Rescue
    • Fire
    • Cargo spillage
    • Falls into water
    • Environmental aspects of port operations
    • Environmental aspects of port operations
    • Precautions
Bulk Cargo Operations
Consignee's Responsibilities
    • Consignee’s responsibilities
    • Consignee ‘s Worksite Supervisor
    • Responsibilities Regarding Safety & Security
    • Transport Vehicle Drivers
    • Limit of discharging period
    • Bulk Cargo Vessels (guidelines)
Transportation of Bulk Materials
    • Discharging of Bulk Materials at Port Terminals
    • Loading of Bulk Materials into transport Vehicles
    • Consignee Worksite Supervisor
    • Stevedoring Services
    • Stevedore’s duties regarding cargo operation
    • Stevedore’s duties regarding housekeeping and cleanliness
    • Personal protective equipment general requirements
    • Stevedoring Superintendent and Foreman
    • Hatch tender
    • Winch driver and/or Crane Driver
    • First Aid Attendant
Agents for Cargo vessels
    • Agent's Responsibilities
    • Gate Pass Procedure
    • Time Limit/Port charges/Regulations
    • Vessel Suitability for Mesaieed Port before each call
    • Routine arrival cable
    • Requirements to act as Ship’s Agent for cargo vessels at Mesaieed Port
    • Form of Bank Guarantee
    • Approved general cargo ships’ agents for ship’s to call Mesaieed Port
Responsibilities of the Ship Master
    • Ship’s Master
    • Ships’ officers
    • The Ship
    • Procedures between the ship and terminal prior to cargo handling
    • Air pollution
    • Miscellaneous pollution
Qatar Government Regulations
Bulk Cargo Operation
    • Suitability of ships
    • Procedures between ship and shore prior to the ship’s arrival
    • Information given by the ship to Mesaieed Port
    • Procedures between the ship and Mesaieed Port prior to cargo handling
    • Principles
    • Cargo loading and handling of ballast
    • Unloading cargo and handling of ballast
    • Bulk Cargo Vessels (guidelines)
General Safety Regulations
    • Port employers
    • Contractors and labour or service providers
    • Ships’ officers
    • Supervisors
    • Port workers
    • Self-employed persons
    • Conveyors
    • Bulk cargo terminals
    • Personal protective equipment
    • Safe use of lifting appliances and loose gear
    • Signallers
    • Operations on shore
    • Solid bulk cargoes
    • Traffic control
    • Access to ships
Safety Checklist
for loading or unloading dry bulk cargo carriers

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