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Massachusetts Maritime Academy - Engineering Sea Bag Requirements 2014 Marine Operations - Engineering Sea Bag Requirements 2014
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Non-Engineering cadets should use the main Sea Bag Requirements list

Safety Equipment
  • Steel Toed Shoes or Boots.
  • Boiler Suit with long sleeves.
  • Hearing protection with a noise reduction rating of (NRR-22) or higher. Ear muffs are required in the Engine room.
  • Safety Glasses meeting the ANSI Z87.1-2003 standard with clear lenses. No colored lenses are allowed in the Engineering labs or in the Engine room.
  • Safety Goggles meeting the ANSI Z87.1-2003.
  • Hard Hat color coded to class.
  • Leather work gloves (Durable).
  • Plastic 2 D-Cell or equivalent, including medium size Pelican type xenon or LED flashlights. Small size, mini size, and metal flashlights are not acceptable for engineering work.
  • Extra Batteries and bulbs for flashlights.
Books: All 4/C
  • Introduction to Steam Engineering.
  Books: 1/C, 2/C and 3/C
  • Marine Engineering Workbooks.
  • Engineering Training Manual.
  • Auxiliary Machinery - U.S. Department of Energy.
Tools: All 4/C
  • One Adjustable Wrench, 6-8”.
  • One Channellock Pliers, 6-8”.
  • One 6 in 1 Screwdriver.
  • One Jackknife (no sheath knives).
Tools: 1/C, 2/C and 3/C
  • One Adjustable Wrench, 6-8”.
  • One ChannellockPliers, 6-8”.
  • One 6 in 1 screwdriver containing 2 sizes each of flatheads, Phillips head, and nut drivers.
  • A standard box-open end wrench wrap with varying sizes from 1/4" up to 7/8".
  • Optional: a small canvas tool bag.
  • Note: Tool boxes (metal or plastic) are not authorized.

Preparation Checklist
Sea Term Excursions

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