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  1. An introduction to BAS Ships for Research Cruise Participants Chris Hindley Ship Operations Manager

  2. RRS James Clark Rossundertakes most of the marine science research for BAS Built 1990 for BAS 28 Officers and Crew Length 99m x 19m breadth Service speed 11.5 knots Does BAS Antarctic science from Oct-May and science in other areas such as the Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Caribbean but mostly in the Arctic between June and September for NERC

  3. Length 80m x 17m breadth Operated by BAS since 1999 Service speed 10.5 knots 21 Officers and Crew RRS Ernest Shackleton performs most of the logistics tasks in support of BAS Antarctic Stations

  4. HMS Endurance Is a Royal Navy ship - not a BAS ship 120 Officers and crew Helicopters Carries 2 x Navy Lynx Antarctic/sub-Antarctic Role UK Presence Hydrographic Survey Support to BAS Science, mainly by supporting shore parties with boats and helicopters and assisting with BAS logistics

  5. Who’s Who Onboard Master/Captain Purser Chief Cook 2nd Cook Stewards In charge! Navigation, cargo, deck & Science operations Chief Officer 2nd/3rd Officer Electro Technical Officer (ETO) –Comms Boatswain (Bosun) Able Seamen (ABs - Deckhands) Looking after your comfort Doctor (on most voyages) Supporting your science Deck Engineer Officer Scientific Deck Officer Instrumentation Engineer AME IT/Comms Engineer Chief Engineer Officer 2nd/3rd/4th Engineer Officer Electro Technical Officer (ETO) Motormen Looking after all plant and machinery

  6. Remember ships move around even in calm conditions. Get your sea legs The sailors motto! One Hand for yourself and one for the ship Jobs which are easy on dry land can become hazardous at sea.

  7. 4 Berth Cabin on James Clark Ross

  8. Space is more limited on Ernest Shackleton • 2, 3 and 4 berth cabins • En-suite bathrooms • Limited storage space • Consideration of others, be tidy and safe

  9. Your Safety is Paramount – one of the lifeboats and some liferafts

  10. We take your safety seriously. - Please do the same. We practice emergency routines regularly. We have to be our own emergency services Follow all safety rules Attend all safety drills promptly Treat all drills as if your life depends on it – it might do

  11. Fast Rescue Boat

  12. Snow and ice Whatever the conditions - Wear the proper protective clothing - Listen to the crew they are professional seafarers

  13. There is a Self Service Saloon on Ernest Shackleton And a Traditional Saloon on James Clark Ross • Very good food • Meal times may be staggered • Do not wear workwear in the saloon • Tell BAS well before you join if you need a special diet

  14. The Saloon on James Clark Ross If you do not have time to change there is a Duty Mess If there are a lot of people onboard there may be 2 sittings for meals

  15. Christmas Dinner on Ernest Shackleton

  16. Day rooms / lounge areas – Ernest Shackleton • 3 lounge areas: • the Red Room is the bar • the Green room is used for videos • and the Yellow room is the quiet room

  17. Scientists & Officers Bar on James Clark Ross Tick sheet to sign for drinks. Good Social meeting place Always clear up after yourself

  18. BAS has a very strict Alcohol and drugs policy Be Sensible Be Safe Be Responsible

  19. Make your own entertainment – the crew haven’t got time to organise it for you But don’t wake the Watchkeepers !

  20. What we expect from you:SAFETY AWARENESS !!!!!!!!!!!!!! Read the Lab Code of Practice

  21. One way to work off all that good food! Sometimes science parties help with logistics work. You will not be asked to do anything with which you are not comfortable

  22. Tips, Suggestions and Essentials • PASSPORT !!!!!! • Personal Survival Training Certificate (original if you are planning to work on deck) • Small binoculars, camera and lots of film • Music, books, diary, sports gear • Shop on board: toiletries, chocs, sweets, limited film, sometimes T-shirts, hats, etc. • USE SUNSCREEN

  23. Follow BAS guidelines and crew instructions Come home safely – and with lots of data

  24. The following pictures show both ships and some general activities James Clark Ross

  25. All hands on deck for cargo work – Ernest Shackleton

  26. Deploying the Multinet James Clark Ross

  27. Trawling James Clark Ross

  28. CTD Operations Starboard side of James Clark Ross

  29. Supporting Ice Diving James Clark Ross

  30. RRS James Clark Ross enjoying a fine evening at sea

  31. Rock Drilling James Clark Ross

  32. Carrying Cargo to the Antarctic Bases– James Clark Ross also does logistics

  33. James Clark Ross

  34. Starboard Gantry on James Clark Ross

  35. A Science team in action – James Clark Ross

  36. A Dingle Day at Halley – Ernest Shackleton

  37. A view from the James Clark Ross in the Arctic

  38. Ernest Shackleton and “George” the security guard!

  39. Remember – Safety first, read and understand Risk Assessments Follow all guidelines, procedures and instructions No short cuts that compromise safety If you see any operation that is unsafe – STOP THE JOB Report ALL accidents, incidents and Near Misses A safe cruise is a successful cruise. Any questions – email cjhh@bas.ac.uk