On what conditions may the master accept bulk cargoes for loading?

If he is (1) in possession of stability and ballasting information;

Β (2) satisfied by calculations that the proposed loading arrangements would ensure sufficient stability in accordance with the stability booklet; and (3) satisfied that, in the case of bulk cargoes which are not classified in accordance with SOLAS Regulation VII/2 but have chemical properties that may create a potential hazard, appropriate special precautions are taken.


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Under what additional conditions may the master accept for loading concentrates or other cargoes which may liquefy?

Before a ship loads a bulk cargo, what must the master be in possession of?