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Section A

Company Policy Rules of Conduct Code of Business Conduct & Conflict of Interest Privacy Policy Workplace No-Smoking Policy Violence in the Workplace Prevention Policy Sexual Harassment Policy Whistle Blower Policy Respect in the Workplace Policy Diversity and Employment Equity Accommodation Policy Corporate Communication Policy Substance Use Policy Discipline Carrying of Passengers on Vessels Theft of Company Property

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Section B

Responsibilities Object of Masters Standing Orders Manual Vessels Working Out Of Seaspan Coastal Intermodal Masters Responsibilities Chief Engineers Responsibilities Second Engineers Responsibilities First Mates Responsibilities Second Mates Responsibilities Deckhands Responsibilities Cooks Responsibilities New Crewmember Orientation Environmental Policy Training Vessel Operations Health and Safety Health and Safety Introduction Managements Responsibilities Officers Responsibilities Crews Responsibilities Workplace Health and Safety Committee Representatives Responsibilities Customers, Visitors and Suppliers Responsibilities Right to Refuse Unsafe Work 5-7 Inspections

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Section C

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Section C

Health and Safety (Contd) Risk Management Qualified Persons Accident Investigation First Aid Services and Equipment Reporting of Injuries or Industrial Disease Emergency Preparedness and Response Safety Training Substance Exposure and Elimination/Reduction Personal Protective Equipment Risk Assessment Ladder, Scaffolds and Temporary Work Platforms Fall Protection Cranes and Hoists Tools, Machinery and Equipment Lockout Asbestos Control Fire Prevention Ergonomic Program Health and Safety Discipline Policy Noise and Hearing Conservation Glossary of Terms

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Section D

Incident/Injury Reporting Injury Reporting Emergency Response Reporting Protocols Injury Reporting Protocol Organizational Chart Incident Reporting Incident Response Reporting Protocols Incident Reporting Protocol Organizational Chart Near Misses Statements/Media Calls

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Section E

Transportation and Handling of Dangerous Goods Transportation and Handling of Dangerous Goods Dangerous Goods Basic Checklist

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Page Section F Watch Keeping Practices Deck Department Watch Keeping Practices Helmsman Orders Restricted Visibility Maneuvering Data Trim and Stability Watertight and Weather Tight Integrity Testing Bridge Equipment Charts and Nautical Publications Chance of Watch Orders (Night Orders) Reference Books Adverse Weather Voyage Planning Routing Navigation in Confined Waters Safe Speed Radio Communications Vessel at Anchor Standing of Watches Cellular Phones Satellite Phones Competency in Use Of Navigational Equipment Radar Electronic Chart Systems (ECS) Automatic Identification System (AIS) Engine Room Watch Keeping Emergencies/Alarm Engine Room Watch Keeping When at Anchor Wheelhouse Log Books All Vessels Office Log Books Outside Vessels Office Log Books Harbour and River Vessels Engine Room Log Books Vessel Deck and Towing Gear Records Radio Logs Ships Articles and Official Log Pilots Oil Spill Prevention Oil Spill Notification 1-2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 5 5 5 5-6 6 6 6 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 10 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 13 13

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Page Section G Emergency Procedures and Drills Own Vessel Distress Procedures Reporting Other Vessels Distress Procedures Lloyds Open Form Salvage Rights and Claims Masters Who Require Assistance Identified Potential Incidents and Emergency Situations Personnel Injury and Illness Equipment Failure Steering Gear Failure Collision at Sea Grounding Flooding Fire on Board Abandon Ship Man Overboard Drills Oil Pollution Chemical Spill/Leak 1 2 3 4 5 5-6 7 8 8-9 10 10-11 11 12 13 14 14-15 16 17 18

Section H

Barges Barges Inside Waters Regulations Chip, Hogged Fuel & Sawdust West Coast Regulations Chip, Hogged Fuel & Sawdust Bulk Barge Loading Regulations Treaty Water Voyage (Straight of Georgia/Puget Sound) Barge/Towing Gear Vessel/ Towing Gear Barge Inspections Loaded Barges Empty Barges Barge Tying Up Assist Boats Oil Barges Oil Barge Safety Rail Barges Rail Barge Stowage Plans Dangerous Goods Papers

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Page Section H Barges (Cont'd) Rail Car Lashings Chemical Barges Barge Machinery Log Barges Building the Load Water Depths Dumping Procedure Night Operations Dozer Boat Operations Multiple Tows Towlines Holed Barges

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Section I

International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Training Vessel Security Drills Marine Security Levels (MARSEC) Masters Responsibility and Authority First Mate/ Vessel Security Officer Responsibilities

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