The QAR will personally witness the sampling, gaging, temperature determination, and water cuts on the
vessel's tanks after loading when it is safe (minimum of 30 minutes after loading to the tank has
Calculate cargo quantity from vessel calibration tables for comparison with shore tank quantity figures.
Differences between ship and shore figures which are in excess of 0.5 percent will be investigated by the
QAR prior to release of the vessel and entered on DD Form 250-1.
The QAR will provide information to the contractor for completion of DD Form 250-1.
The QAR will verify the numbers on all seals before and after discharge.
Before unloading of the vessel is started, all-levels samples will be taken from each cargo tank and will
Gages, temperature, and water soundings on cargo tanks of the vessel will be taken and made a matter
for record. Figures will be compared with those obtained at the loading point.
The QAR will participate in key operations as specified for loading operations as applied to cargo
The QAR will examine each cargo tank of the vessel to determine if any product remains therein before
issuing a dry tank certificate.