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IMO Pilot 2005

The periodical information on technical and operational IMO legislation

Results from IMO sessions MSC 79 and MEPC 52 included

IMO Pilot20052005 IMO Pilot The periodical information on technical and operational IMO legislation

Results from IMO sessions MSC 79 and MEPC 52 included

Foreword to the 5th edition The 5th edition of this publication covers developments of IMO legislation on technical and operational requirements, starting with the application date 1st January 2000. The editorial deadline was 17th December 2004, to incorporate the outcome of the 79th session of the Maritime Safety Committee (MSC 79). No significant changes have been made to the concept of the previous, 4th edition; the tables of “Mandatory requirements”, of “Interpretations and Clarifications” and of “Authorization”, as well as the “Bibliography” have just been updated in accordance with the developments of the last 12 months. The “Mandatory” part was supplemented by cross reference tables between the “old” and “new” regulations of the completely revised MARPOL Annexes I and II. The lists of essential new requirements of the 2000 amendments to SOLAS chapters II-2 and V have remained unchanged, except for being renamed from “Annex” to “Appendix” to avoid confusion.

Contents Contents Preface Introduction Rules and Regulations Services

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Recent IMO Legislation Mandatory Requirements 7 Appendix 1: Essential New Requirements of 2000 Admendments to SOLAS II-2 40 Appendix 2: Essential New Requirements of 2000 Admendments to SOLAS V 41 Appendix 3: Table of Cross-References between the Regulations of the “old” and “new” MARPOL Annex I 44 Appendix 4: Table of Cross-References between the Regulations of the “old” and “new” MARPOL Annex II 50 Bibliography 55 Interpretations and Clarifications 59 Attachments Index Authorization of GL by Flag States Abbreviations

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Introduction Introduction General background Maritime legislation covers technical and increasingly operational ship safety standards as well as environmental and quality issues. All of these are subject to permanent review and almost continuous amendment. Particularly the International Maritime Organization, IMO, as the major international body for the development of maritime regulations, but also institutions like the EU or flag State Authorities, are constantly issuing a stream of new, altered or revised mandatory requirements. The obligation of shipowners and shipboard personnel to constantly familiarize themselves and comply with international rules and regulations has gained even greater significance with the introduction of the ISM Code. Within this context Germanischer Lloyd assumes the role of mediator between its clients and the regulatory authorities, providing consultation in technical matters and up-to-date regulatory guidance and information.

Germanischer Lloyd has published the IMO Pilot as an easy reference to help shipyards, shipowners, Administrations and other interested parties to identify new regulations at a stage as early as possible. Early knowledge of new requirements is vital, as it enables planning and implementation in due course, thus avoiding problems and saving costs. Feedback, positive as well as negative, concerning the experience gained with the use of this brochure will be much appreciated and, together with your suggestions, constitutes a source of constant improvement.

Operational Requirements Taking into account the increasing importance of regulations for education, training and general working procedures on board, such operational requirements have been highlighted in the tables by coloured frames in the first column.

Limitations The IMO Pilot has been developed by Germanischer Lloyd with the aim of providing regulatory news in the most current state possible, hence also including legislation that is still under consideration, but likely to be adopted in the near future. One should always bear in mind that contents of the respective requirements are provisional and might still be subject to change. Special requirements of individual flag States have not been included in the IMO Pilot as listing them with all their details would extend beyond the capabilities of this medium as a quick reference tool.

Disclaimer These guidelines have been prepared using the best information currently available. They are intended purely as guidance; their use is at the users own risk. No responsibility is accepted by Germanischer Lloyd for any consequences whatsoever resulting directly or indirectly from the use of this brochure.

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Rules and ServicesServices Rules andRegulations Regulations Germanischer Lloyd as a ship classification society acting on behalf of more than 120 flag States has been directly involved in maritime rules and regulations for more than 130 years. Through the development of classification rules as well as through representation in over 100 international and national rule-making committees (from IMO to ISO, from IACS to IEC) Germanischer Lloyd is in a position to offer to its clients a wide range of services related to maritime rules and regulations. Implementation Tools for National Requirements: Flag specific requirements applicable to new and existing ships are continuously analyzed and included in specific checklists. Further Publications: In the context of the IMO Pilot Germanischer Lloyd has published more implementation tools covering specific topics • IMO Fire Protection Pilot, SOLAS 2000 Amendments for Chapter II-2 • IMO Safety of navigation Pilot, SOLAS 2000 Amendments for Chapter V • Brochure: STCW ‘95 Implementation • CD-ROM: ISM/STCW/PSC • Check List for onboard Maintenance • List of Certificates required aboard Inquiries and requests for information should be addressed to Germanischer Lloyd Aktiengesellschaft Flagstate Affairs / IACS Vorsetzen 35 20459 Hamburg/Germany Fax: +49 40 36149-7766 [email protected]

Seminars and Workshops: Germanischer Lloyd has developed seminars and workshops to provide practical information on important topics with respect to the update of regulations. Training courses help shipping companies and yards and the maritime industry to improve personnel qualification in order to meet market demands. The seminar program comprises courses on • Introduction to Maritime Regulations for Owners • Introduction to Maritime Regulations for Shipyards • Latest Amendments to Maritime Regulations • ISM for Ship Management Personnel • Internal Auditor ISM / DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 • Introduction to Crewing • Basics about Port State Control • Port State Control and ISPS Code • Bulk Carrier Safety • Passenger Ship Safety • Ballast Water Management • Company/Ship Security Officer Training Course • Internal Auditor ISPS for Shipping Companies Germanischer Lloyd Aktiengesellschaft GL Academy Vorsetzen 35, 20459 Hamburg/Germany Phone: +49 40 36149-195/-7012 Fax: +49 40 36149-7429 [email protected] www.gl-group.com © Germanischer Lloyd

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Mandatory Requirements Mandatory Requirements Explanations The table lists new or amended IMO instruments (conventions and other mandatory instruments such as codes referred to in conventions) in a chronological order – starting 01.01.2000 – with respect to their application dates. If more than one instrument is affected on a specific date the following order is used: SOLAS  Codes made mandatory by SOLAS  MARPOL  STCW  Load Line Convention  Other instruments 

The application dates stated in part I (finalized legislation) may still be subject to confirmation under the tacit acceptance procedure. In such cases the application dates are indicated as “expected” by the added entry “(exp)”. Recently, IMO has made provisions for implementing legislation in advance of the official entry into force date voluntarily of optionally. In such cases, the decision on the application date is left to the flag state administration and both dates, the advanced and the official, are listed in the table, marked with an *, added by (vol.) or (opt.) respectively. In part II a selection of proposed legislation (not yet adopted by the appropriate body or ratified by the required minimum number of administrations) is listed to provide information on impending legislation at a stage as early as possible. In such cases the entry for “application date” is “not known yet”, unless a proposed application date is already stated in the relevant draft IMO instrument. The operational requirements in the tables are marked by coloured frames (Examples for operational requirements are training of crew, inspection intervals, transport of special cargoes or documentation). The entries in column “Subject/Extract” are restricted to a very brief summary of the regulatory changes addressed. For complete information reference is to be made to the relevant official IMO document, listed in the column “source”. Amendments to IMO instruments are listed in the respective column with their date of adoption. This allows easy reference to IMO publications in which the same terminology is used to identify amendments. The bibliography section lists these IMO publications including information on the amendments covered therein. It should always be kept in mind that any flag state may introduce additional mandatory national requirements with its national legislation. By this, interpretations and clarifications as listed in the respective section of this Pilot may also become mandatory. © Germanischer Lloyd

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How to Use ID Number Identifier for each entry, e.g. reference by the index Colour Code: 1. Technical requirements 2. Operational requirements Amendments Identified by the date of their adaption

3. Technical & operational requirements

Application Date From this specific day onwards the provisions must be complied with

Subject / Extract Technical / operational contents of the amendment

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

01.01.05

Oil Tanker

189

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Application Date

Passenger Vessel

Ship Types For which the requirements are applicable

No.

01.01.05

01.01.05

N

(exp)

(exp) indicates that the application date is expected but still subject to tacit acceptance

N

N

N

N

Subject / Extract

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Amendment

Source

Ships ≥ 20000 GT

Cargo holds are to be provided with 2 means of access

SOLAS74

II-1/3-6.3.3

December 2002

Res. MSC.134(76)

N

Ships ≥ 20000 GT

A ship structure access manual, showing the means of access to carry out inspections and approved by the administration, is to be kept on board

SOLAS74

II-1/3-6.4

December 2002

Res. MSC.134(76)

Ships under flags of parties to the 1988 protocol to the Load Line Convention

Comprehensive revision of the technical regulations of the 1966 Load Line convention, reflecting in particular interpretations developed since the original introduction of the ILLC 66. Substantial changes to the design loads for hatch covers (reg. 16) and to the minimum bow height (reg. 39)

ILLC 66/ Protocol 88

Annex B/Annex 1

June 2003

Res. MSC.143(77)

(exp)

191

Restrictions

Source Offical documents introducing the requirements

Instrument Convention, Code etc.

N

(exp)

190

Chapter / Annex / Regulations: Locates the amendment precisely in terms of chapter and regulations

Restrictions Lists any restrictions / limitations to the applicability

N

N

N

N

New ships are constructed generally on or after the application date; different deadlines may apply Existing ships are all ships that are no new ships

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Example March 2004, Rapid Yards receives an order from Bulk Brothers Ltd. The regular customer needs another two bulk carriers for his fleet. The last vessels of that type contracted in 2002 were delivered only recently. Although the ordered tonnage, size and equipment of the ships will be exactly the same as a year ago, Rapid Yards will have to make sure that the drawings for the newbuildings comply with the latest state of technical regulations before they are submitted to GL for approval. The task of ensuring compliance is assigned to the design office, where the head of department checks with the “IMO Pilot” the requirements that have to be observed for the newbuildings, but were not relevant for the ships just completed. First he determines the respective keel-laying dates. This was July 15th, 2003 for the deliveries, while he estimates them to be July 15th, 2004 for the newbuildings. This leads to the following conclusions:

a) All IMO legislation with an application date before July 15th, 2003 (up to no. 127) has already been taken into consideration in fulfilling Bulk Brothers’ latest order, so he can rely on the old drawings in that respect. b) In addition, the newbuildings have to comply with those requirements between nos. 128 and 178 (application dates between July 15th, 2003 and July 15th, 2004), which are relevant for the ship type “bulk carrier”. Changes relevant only for existing ships (entry “E” in column “Application”) can be ignored, same as solely operational requirements. c) Requirements with an application date after the keel-laying date of the two new bulk carriers need not to be observed (from no. 179). However, it is always advisable to check the upcoming requirements for existing ships to decide whether it makes sense to incorporate them in the newbuilding plans ahead of time or to wait until they are due. Now, the framework is defined and the design department starts analyzing the requirements that contain technical details. If entries are not self-explanatory, reference should be made to the indicated “Source” and to the “Bibliography” section of this Pilot to find the IMO publication that contains the complete information. Further advice may be found in the list of “Interpretations and Clarifications”.

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RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

Oil Tanker

Application Date

RoRo Passenger Vessel

No.

Passenger Vessel

Mandatory Requirements

Subject/Extract

Restrictions

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Amendment

Source

I Finalised legislation (entry into force may still be pending) 1

01.01.00 (retroactive application date after entry into force of MARPOL Annex VI)

2

01.01.00 (retroactive application date after entry into force of MARPOL Annex VI)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Diesel engines > 130KW, installed on a ship constructed on or after 01.01.00 or undergoing a major conversion on or after 01.01.00

MARPOL Restrictions on emissions of Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) in the exhaust of Diesel engines. 73/78 Does not apply to emergency diesel engines and engines installed on ships solely engaged in voyages within waters subject to the sovereignity or jurisdiction of the flag state, provided that latter engines are subject to alternative NOx control measures established by the Administration.

Annex VI/13

September 1997

MARPOL Protocol Annex VI

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Incinerators installed on board on or after 1 January 2000

Each incinerator shall be approved by the Administration and comply with the specifications of IMO resolution MEPC.76(40) as amended by MEPC93(45).

MARPOL 73/78

Annex VI/16

September 1997

MARPOL Protocol Annex VI

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships under flags of administrations having ratified the 1988 Protocol to SOLAS 74 or applying Res. A.883(21)

The Harmonized System of Surveys and Certification (HSSC) enters into force. Except for the Passenger Ship Safety SOLAS 74/Protocol 88 Certificate all the SOLAS Certificates will have a full term period of five years upon which a renewal survey is required. Class and Statutory surveys will be performed in a harmonized way. The layout of the SOLAS certificates has to be changed. For cargo ships a minimum of two bottom surveys will be required during each five years period. Administrations have the option to replace the SOLAS Cargo Ship Safety-Radio, -Equipment and -Construction Certificate by one Cargo Ship Safety Certificate. Res. A.746(18) (revoked in December 2003 and replaced by Res. A.948(23)) and MSC.83(70) should be taken into account.

3

03.02.00

4

03.02.00

5

03.02.00

N/E

6

03.02.00

7

03.02.00

8

03.02.00

I, various Regulations Annex A, various Articles

Protocol of 1988 relating to SOLAS 74

Introduction of the Harmonized System of Surveys and Certification (HSSC). Res. A.746(18) (revoked in December 2003 and replaced by Res. A.948(23)) and Res. MEPC40(29), as well as Res. MSC.16(58) and Res. MSC.18(58) should be taken into account.

IBC Code

1.5

March 1990

MEPC.39(29)

Introduction of the Harmonized System of Surveys and Certification (HSSC). Res. A.746(18) (revoked in December 2003 and replaced by Res. A.948(23)) and Res.MSC.17(58) should be taken into account.

IGC Code

1.5

March 1990

MSC.17(58)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

The Harmonized System of Surveys and Certification (HSSC) enters into force. The MARPOL Annex I and II Certificates will have a full term period of five years upon which a renewal survey is required. The layout of the MARPOL certificates has to be changed.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I /1; 4; March 1990 5; 6; 7; 8 Annex II /1; 10; 11; 12

MEPC.39(29)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships under flags of administrations having ratified the 1988 Protocol to the ILLC 1966 or applying Res. A.883(21)

The Harmonized System of Surveys and Certification (HSSC) enters into force. The Load Line Certificates will have a full term period of five years upon which a renewal survey is required. Class and Statutory surveys will be performed in a harmonized way. The layout of the Load Line certificates has to be changed. Res. A.746(18) (revoked in December 2003 and replaced by Res. A.948(23)) should be taken into account.

ILLC 66/ Protocol 88

I, various Regulations Annex A, various Articles

Protocol of 1988 relating to ILLC 66

Changes to various technical regulations for conditions of load line assignment (scuppers, ships of type A and type B with reduced freeboard, timber freeboard). Former amendments (1971, 1975, 1979 and 1983) to the ILLC regarding boundaries of zones, areas and seasonal periods are also incorporated into the protocol.

ILLC 66/ Protocol 88

N/E

N

N

Technical requirements

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

Operational requirements

Ships under flags of parties to the 1988 Protocol to the Load Line convention 1966

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

Protocol of 1988 relating to ILLC 66

10

9

01.07.00

01.07.00

01.07.00

01.07.00

01.07.00

01.07.00

01.07.00

01.07.00

01.07.00

01.10.00

01.10.00

20

01.12.00

E

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Liferafts shall be provided with float-free arrangements acc. to Paragraph 13.4 of the LSA Code.

SOLAS 74

III/26.2.2

June 1996

MSC.47(66)

E

Ships built before 01.07.98

Every liferaft shall be of a type fitted with a boarding ramp complying with para 4.2.4.1 or 4.3.4.1 of the LSA code.

SOLAS 74

III/26.2.3

June 1996

MSC.47(66)

E

Ships built before 01.07.98

Every liferaft shall either be automatically self-righting or a canopied reversible liferaft. The liferaft shall be approved acc. to MSC/Circ. 809 by the Administration.

SOLAS 74

III/26.2.4

June 1996

MSC.47(66)

E

Ships built before 01.07.98

At least one of the rescue boats acc. to MSC/Circ. 809 shall be a fast rescue boat approved by the Administration.

SOLAS 74

III/26.3.1

June 1996

MSC.47(66)

E

Ships built before 01.07.98

Each fast rescue boat shall be served by a suitable launching appliance acc. to MSC/Circ. 809 approved by the Administration.

SOLAS 74

III/26.3.2

June 1996

MSC.47(66)

E

Ships built before 01.07.98

At least two crews of each fast rescue boat shall be trained acc. to the STCW-Code (A-VI/2, Table A-VI/2-2) and Res. A.771(18).

SOLAS 74

III/26.3.3

June 1996

MSC.47(66)

E

Ships built before 01.07.97

The fast rescue boat acc. to MSC/Circ. 809 may be installed in place of an existing lifeboat which is accepted as a rescue boat. Some conditions have to be met.

SOLAS 74

III/26.3.4

June 1996

MSC.47(66)

E

Ships built before 01.07.98

Efficient means for recovery of survivors are to be provided. The means of transfer to the ship may be part of a marine evacuation system. MSC/Circ. 810 should be taken into account.

SOLAS 74

III/26.4

June 1996

MSC.47(66)

E

Ships built before 01.07.97, 85 ≤ A/Amax < 90

Damage stability to comply with Reg. 8 (SOLAS ´90 standard).

SOLAS 74

II-1/8-1

November 1995

SOLAS Conf 3 Res. 1

E

Passenger ships carry- Upgraded fire safety standard for stairway enclosures, fire extinguishing in cat. A machinery spaces, ventilating ducts, special category spaces, fire doors. ing > 36 passengers and built before 01.10.94

SOLAS 74

II-2/41-1 II-2/41-2

April 1992

MSC.24(60)

SOLAS 74

V/11.1

(First periodical survey after that date)

19

Bulk Carrier

Ships built before 01.07.86

(First periodical survey after that date)

18

Gas Carrier

E

(First periodical survey after that date)

17

Chemical Tanker

MSC.47(66)

(First periodical survey after that date)

16

Source

June 1996

(First periodical survey after that date)

15

Amendment

III/26.2.1

(First periodical survey after that date)

14

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

SOLAS 74

(First periodical survey after that date)

13

Instrument

Liferafts shall be served by marine evacuation systems acc. to Paragraph 6.2 or 6.1.5 of the LSA Code.

(First periodical survey after that date)

12

Subject/Extract

Ships built before 01.07.86

(First periodical survey after that date)

11

Restrictions

E

(First periodical survey after that date)

10

Oil Tanker

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Application Date

Passenger Vessel

No.

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Fishing vessels ≥ 24 m length, Cargo ships ≥ 300 GT

Mandatory ship reporting system – Off the Chengshan Jiao Promontory.

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General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

31.12.00

Chemical Tanker

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Oil Tanker

Application Date

RoRo Passenger Vessel

No.

Passenger Vessel

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Ships undertaking regu- Complyance with specific stability requirements required, taking into account accumulated sea water on car deck. lar scheduled voyages between designated ports in or from or to North West Europe and the Baltic Sea, A/Amax < 97.5%

E

(first annual survey after that date)

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

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Source

Annex 2 Regional Agreement on Specific Stability Requirements for Ro-Ro Passenger Ships (Stockholm Agreement) VII/Part D

May 1999

MSC.87(71)

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01.01.01

N/E N/E N/E Ships carrying packaged irradiated nuclear fuel, plutonium and high-level radioactive wastes

Special requirements for the carriage of packaged irradiated Nuclear Fuel, Plutonium and High-Level Radioactive Waste on board. Mandatory introduction of the INF Code (Res. MSC.88(71)). Issuance of an International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of INF Cargo after satisfactory survey.

SOLAS 74

23

01.01.01

N/E N/E N/E Ships carrying packaged irradiated nuclear fuel, plutonium and high-level radioactive wastes

Introduction of the International Code for the safe carriage of packaged irradiated nuclear fuel, plutonium and high- level radioactive wastes on board ships (INF Code). The following chapters are part of the Code: - Survey and Certification - Damage Stability - Fire Safety Measures - Temperature Control of Cargo Spaces - Structural Consideration - Cargo Securing Arrangements - Electrical Power Supplies - Radiological Protection - Management and Training - Shipboard Emergency Plan - Notification in the Event of an Incident. Draft Assembly Resolution - Guidelines for developing shipboard emergency plans for ships carrying materials subject to the INF Code (MEPC.40/21/Annex 12) – as well as Draft Assembly Resolution – Amendments to the INF Code (Report MEPC.40/21/Annex 11) – should be taken into account.

INF Code

24

01.01.01

Entry into force of amendments to Annex I (reg. 13G with regard to application and definitions, reg. 26 with regard to Shipboard marine emergency plan (SMPEP), partly taking effect only on 01.01.03).

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13G Annex I/26(3)

July 1999

MEPC.78(43)

25

01.01.01

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Amendments to the IOPP Certificate supplement Form A (for ships other than oil tankers) and Form B (for oil tankers).

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/ Appendix II/ Appendix

July 1999

MEPC.78(43)

26

01.06.01

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships ≥ 300GT

Mandatory ship reporting system waters of Les Casquets and the adjacent coastal area.

SOLAS 74

V/11.1

27

01.07.01

Final date for providing means to gain safe access to the bow.

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-3.2

N/E

Technical requirements

E

E

E

Operational requirements

ships built before 01.07.98

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

MSC.88(71)

MSC.110(73) December 1996

MSC.57(67)

12

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

01.07.01

Oil Tanker

28

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Application Date

Passenger Vessel

No.

E

(final date)

29

E

01.07.01

E

E

E

E

E

E

(first periodical survey after that date)

30

Subject/Extract

(first annual survey after that date but not later than 01.10.02)

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Amendment

Source

ships built before 01.07.98

Compliance with Paragraphs 1.2.3 and 1.3.3 of Reg. II-2/59 (secondary means for full flow release of vapour from cargo tanks, alternatively pressure sensors with monitoring).

SOLAS 74

II-2/59.1.11

December 1996

MSC.57(67)

Lights fitted on lifejackets before 01.07.98

Compliance of life jacket lights with Paragraph 2.2.3 of the LSA Code is required.

SOLAS 74

III/32.3

June 1996

MSC.47(66)

Ships undertaking regu- Compliance with specific stability requirements required, taking into account accumulated sea water on car deck. lar scheduled voyages between designated ports in or from or to North West Europe and the Baltic Sea, A/Amax ≥ 97.5%

E

31.12.01

Restrictions

Regional Annex 2 Agreement on Specific Stability Requirements for Ro-Ro Passenger Ships (Stockholm Agreement)

31

01.01.02

N/E

Helicopter landing area is no longer required for passenger ships other than RoRo passenger ships.

SOLAS 74

32

01.01.02

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Changes to the World-Wide Navigational Warning Service reflecting developments of technical equipment etc.

A.706(17)

33

01.01.02

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Amendment to the forms of certificate (Cargo Ship Safety Construction, Cargo Ship Safety equipment, Cargo Ship Safety) under the heading “Type of Ship”, the type “Bulk Carrier” is added.

SOLAS 74/ Protocol 88

34

01.01.02

N/E N/E

The clause “liable to produce tainting of seafood (Hazard Rating ‘T’ in column A*); or” is deleted.

35

01.03.02

36

01.03.02

37

01.03.02

38

01.07.02

Circ. Letter 1891

May 2000

MSC.91(72)

May 2000

MSC/Circ.957

Appendix to the Annex

May 2000

MSC.92(72)

MARPOL 73/78

Annex III/Appendix

March 2000

MEPC.84(44)

Definition of “Nearest land” off Australia changed by altered geographical coordinates

MARPOL 73/78

Annex V/1.2

October 2000

MEPC.89(45)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Disposal into sea of incinerator ashes from plastic products is prohibited.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex V/3.1(a) October 2000 and 5.2(a)(i)

MEPC.89(45)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Language of garbage management plans and placards to be the working language of the ship's personnel. The additional language may also be Spanish, beside English or French

MARPOL 73/78

Annex V/9

October 2000

MEPC.89(45)

An emergency towing arrangement shall be fitted on both ends on board every tanker. 1. The arrangements shall, at all times, be capable of rapid deployment in the absence of main power on the ship to be towed and easy connection to the towing ship. At least one of the emergency towing arrangements shall be prerigged ready for rapid deployment. 2. Emergency towing arrangements at both ends shall be of adequate strength taking into account the size and deadweight of the ship, and the expected forces during bad weather conditions. The design and construction and prototype testing of emergency towing arrangements shall be approved by the Administration. MSC.35(63) concerning guidelines for the approval should be taken into account.

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-4

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

N/E N/E N/E ships carrying dangerous goods in packaged form

N

N

N

Tankers ≥ 20 000 tdw

III/28.2

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E

General Cargo Vessel

E

Container Vessel

01.07.02

E

Bulk Carrier

40

Gas Carrier

01.07.02

Chemical Tanker

39

Oil Tanker

Application Date

RoRo Passenger Vessel

No.

Passenger Vessel

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Restrictions

Tankers ≥ 20 000 tdw

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

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Amendment

Source

The design and construction of emergency towing arrangements shall be approved by the Administration, based on the Guidelines developed by the Organization (MSC.35(63)) as amended by MSC.132(75).

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-4

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

New installation of materials containing asbestos

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-5

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

Compliance with two compartment standard required.

SOLAS 74

II-1/8-3

June 1997

MSC.65(68)

Inspection of watertight bulkheads and the feasibility of alternative leak tests as hose tests, dye penetrate test or ultrasonic leak test instead of pressure test.

SOLAS 74

II-1/14.3

May 1998

MSC.69(69)

Emergency lighting in all cargo pump-rooms is required.

SOLAS 74

II-1/43.2.2.7

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

Complete revision of chapter II-2. Most changes are editorial, for essential new requirements refer to Annex 1. Technical specifications and performance standards are no longer part of this chapter. These are now contained in the International Code for Fire Safety Systems (FSS Code).

SOLAS 74

II-2

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

Compliance of life jacket lights with Paragraph 2.2.3 of the LSA Code is required.

SOLAS 74

III/22.3.2

June 1996

MSC.47(66)

1. This regulation shall apply to materials used for the structure, machinery, electrical installations and equipment covered by the present Convention. 2. For all ships, new installation of materials which contain asbestos shall be prohibited except for: - vanes used in rotary vane compressors and rotary vane vacuum pumps; - watertight joints and linings used for the circulation of fluids when, at high temperature (in excess of 350°C) or pressure (in excess of 7x106 Pa), there is a risk of fire, corrosion or toxicity; and - supple and flexible thermal insulation assemblies used for temperatures above 1000°C. Ships > 400 Persons

41

01.07.02

N

42

01.07.02

N

43

01.07.02

44

01.07.02

N/ (E)

N/ (E)

45

01.07.02

E

E

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N/ (E)

N/ (E)

N/ (E)

N

N/ (E)

N

N/ (E)

N

N/ (E)

N

N/ (E)

Lights fitted on lifejackets < 01.07.98

(first periodical survey after that date)

46

01.07.02

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Definition of “Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) Identities” introduced.

SOLAS 74

IV/2.1.16

May 1998

MSC.69(69)

47

01.07.02

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/) N/E N/E

Reference to SAR Convention added.

SOLAS 74

IV/2.2

May 1998

MSC.69(69)

48

01.07.02

Tasks of contracting governments to ensure the existence of suitable arrangements for registering GMDSS identities.

SOLAS 74

IV/5.1

May 1998

MSC.69(69)

49

01.07.02

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

The navigation receiver as referred to in the new Regulation 18 has been included.

SOLAS 74

IV/13.8

May 1998

MSC.69(69)

50

01.07.02

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

EPIRBs have to be tested every 12 months. Extension by the Administration to 17 months possible. Conduction of test aboard or at an approved service station. The guidelines for annual testing of 406 Mhz EPIRBs should be taken into account (MSC/Circ.1040).

SOLAS 74

IV/15.9

May 1998

MSC.69(69)

51

01.07.02

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Requirements for automatically or manually updating of the ship’s position in two-way communication equipment with regard to GMDSS.

SOLAS 74

IV/18

May 1998

MSC.69(69)

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

(E) partly applicable to existing ships

14

Passenger Vessel

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Oil Tanker

Chemical Tanker

Gas Carrier

Bulk Carrier

Container Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

RoRo Cargo Vessel

N/ (E)

N/ (E)

N/ (E)

N/ (E)

N/ (E)

N/ (E)

N/ (E)

N/ (E)

N/ (E)

No.

Application Date

52

01.07.02

53

01.07.02

N/E

54

01.07.02

55

01.07.02

56

01.07.02

57

01.07.02

58

01.07.02

59

Restrictions

Subject/Extract

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Instrument

Amendment

Source

Complete revision of chapter V. Many changes are editorial, for essential new requirements refer to Annex 2.

SOLAS 74

V

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

N/E N/E N/E

Cargo Securing Manual (CSM) to be applied to all cargoes other than bulk. The CSM shall be drawn up acc. to MSC/Circ. 745.

SOLAS 74

VI/5

May 1998

MSC.69(69)

N/E

N/E N/E N/E

Editorial change (Paragraph 6 containing reference to Cargo Securing Manual (CSM) is deleted).

SOLAS 74

VII/5

May 1998

MSC.69(69)

N/E

N/E N/E N/E

Securing of cargoes to be in accordance with the Cargo Securing Manual (CSM) approved by the Administration. The CSM shall be drawn up acc. to MSC/Circ. 745.

SOLAS 74

VII/6.6

May 1998

MSC.69(69)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

The requirements of the ISM Code shall be treated as mandatory.

SOLAS 74

IX/3

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Paragraph 6.3 (special transitional requirements in case of change of flag) is deleted.

SOLAS 74

IX/6

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

Applicable to High Speed Craft

“International Code of Safety for High-Speed Craft” renamed in the definitions as “International Code of Safety for High-Speed Craft, 1994 (1994 HSC Code)”.

SOLAS 74

X/1.1

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

01.07.02

Applicable to High Speed Craft

“International Code of Safety for High-Speed Craft, 2000 (2000 HSC Code)” introduced into the definitions.

SOLAS 74

X/1.2

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

60

01.07.02

Applicable to High Speed Craft

Expulsion of Wing-In-Ground craft from the definition of High Speed Craft.

SOLAS 74

X/1.3

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

61

01.07.02

Applicable to High Speed Craft

Revised definition of “Similar State of Construction” (3% instead of 1% of the estimated mass).

SOLAS 74

X/1-5.2

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

62

01.07.02

Applicable to High Speed Craft

Application date changed from 01.01.96 to 01.07.02 as a result of the introduction of the 2000 HSC Code.

SOLAS 74

X/2

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

63

01.07.02

Editorial changes resulting from revision of SOLAS chapter V and introduction of the 2000 HSC Code. Applicable to High Speed Craft built on or after 01.07.96 but before 01.07.02

SOLAS 74

X/3

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

64

01.07.02

Applicable to High Speed Craft built on or after 01.07.02

Editorial changes resulting from revision of SOLAS chapter V and introduction of the 2000 HSC Code.

SOLAS 74

X/3

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

65

01.07.02

Applicable to High Speed Craft

Introduction of the mandatory International Code of Safety for High-Speed Craft, 2000 (2000 HSC Code).

SOLAS 74

X/3.1.2

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

66

01.07.02

Inclusion of details of navigational systems and equipment in the Records of Equipment for Passenger Ships and Cargo Ships.

SOLAS 74/ Protocol 88

Appendix

November 2000

MSC.100(73)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

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68

01.07.02

69

01.07.02

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

A new heading “PART A – IMPLEMENTATION” is added before the heading “1 GENERAL”.

ISM Code

1

November 2000

MSC.104(73)

70

01.07.02

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

New definitions are added.

ISM Code

1.1.4 - 1.1.12

November 2000

MSC.104(73)

71

01.07.02

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Checklists for Shipboard Operations are included besides plans and instructions.

ISM Code

7

November 2000

MSC.104(73)

72

01.07.02

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

The text and heading of the existing chapter 13 is replaced by “Certification” and added by paragraph 13.5.1 and paragraphs 13.6. to 13.11. A copy of the DOC is to be retained on board the ship.

ISM Code

13

November 2000

MSC.104(73)

73

01.07.02

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Additional chapter “INTERIM CERTIFICATION” A 6 months interim safety management certificate is allowed to be issued to a ship changing flag provided the Company has planned for an audit of the ship within 3 months of the interim certificate's issuance date.

ISM Code

14

November 2000

MSC.104(73)

74

01.07.02

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Additional chapter “VERIFICATION”.

ISM Code

15

November 2000

MSC.104(73)

75

01.07.02

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Additional chapter “FORMS OF CERTIFICATES”: DOC, SMC, Interim DOC, Interim SMC.

ISM Code

16

November 2000

MSC.104(73)

76

01.07.02

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

New appendix: FORMS: DOC, SMC, Interim DOC, Interim SMC SMC Endorsement and Interim SMC.

ISM Code

Appendix

November 2000

MSC.104(73)

77

01.07.02

Amendments to the Fire Test Procedures Code (MSC.61(67)).

FTP Code

9 Annex 1 + 2

November 2000

MSC.101(73)

78

01.07.02

N

Provision of a primary and secondary means of allowing full flow relief of vapour. Alternatively pressure sensors with monitoring system possible.

IBC Code

8.3.3

July 1999

MEPC.79(43)

79

01.07.02

E

Provision of a primary and secondary means of allowing full flow relief of vapour. Alternatively pressure sensors with monitoring system possible.

IBC Code

8.3.3

July 1999

MEPC.79(43)

Bulk Carrier

67

Gas Carrier

Application Date

Oil Tanker

No.

Applicable to High Speed Craft built on or after 01.07.02

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

Ships constructed on or after 01.07.86 and before 01.07.02

(first scheduled dry-docking after that date latest 01.07.05)

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

Subject/Extract

Restrictions

Instrument

Amendment

Source

2000 HSC Code

MSC.97(73)

Adoption of the International Code for Fire Safety Systems (Fire Safety Systems (FSS) Code), made mandatory with FSS Code the November 2000 amendments of SOLAS II-2. The FSS Code contains the performance standards and engineering specifications for fire-extinguishing systems, smoke detection and alarm systems, fire-fighting personnel protection, inert gas systems and means of escape described in SOLAS Chapter II-2.

MSC.98(73)

New High-Speed Craft Code adopted in 2000. The Code is mandatory under revised SOLAS chapter X (Safety measures for high-speed craft). The changes incorporated in the new Code are intended to bring it into line with amendments to SOLAS and new recommendations that have been adopted in the past four years – for example, requirements covering public address systems and helicopter pick-up areas.

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

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RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Chemical Tanker

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Passenger Vessel

01.07.02

N/E

Hoses installed on board ship on or after 01.07.02

IBC Code Cargo hoses must be prototype-tested at a normal ambient temperature with 200 pressure cycles from zero to at least twice the specified maximum working pressure. After this cycle pressure test has been carried out, the prototype test should demonstrate a bursting pressure of at least 5 times its specified maximum working pressure at the extreme service temperature.

81

01.07.02

N/E

Ships constructed on or after 01.07.86

Medical first-aid equipment, including oxygen resuscitation equipment and antidotes for cargoes to be carried, based on the guidelines developed by the IMO (MFAG).

82

01.07.02

N/E

Ships constructed on or after 01.07.86

83

01.07.02

N/E

Ships constructed on or after 01.07.86

84

01.07.02

85

Bulk Carrier

80

Gas Carrier

Application Date

Oil Tanker

No.

Restrictions

Subject/Extract

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Amendment

Source

5/5.7.3

October 2000

MEPC.90(45)

IBC Code

14/14.2.9

October 2000

MEPC.90(45)

Revised requirements for carriage of carbon disulphide.

IBC Code

15/15.3

October 2000

MEPC.90(45)

Officers should be trained in emergency procedures to deal with conditions of leakage, spillage or fire involving the cargo, based on the guidelines developed by the IMO (MFAG, relevant provisions of the STCW Code, parts A and B) and sufficient number of them should be instructed and trained in essential first aid for cargoes carried.

IBC Code

16/16.3.3

October 2000

MEPC.90(45)

N

Editorial changes with regard to drainage system for leakage from cargo tanks.

IGC Code

3/3.7.2.1, 3/3.7.2.2

November 2000

MSC.103(73)

01.07.02

N

Editorial changes with regard to piping systems for ballast spaces, fuel-oil tanks and gas-safe spaces.

IGC Code

3/3.7.4

November 2000

MSC.103(73)

86

01.07.02

N

Editorial changes with regard to structural members connecting inner and outer hulls.

IGC Code

4/4.8.3

November 2000

MSC.103(73)

87

01.07.02

N

Editorial changes with regard to pneumatic testing of pressure vessels other than cargo tanks.

IGC Code

4/4.10.10.3.7

November 2000

MSC.103(73)

88

01.07.02

N

A new paragraph 5.6.5 is inserted after existing paragraph 5.6.4 to specify the requirements for the 30 seconds closure (total shutdown) time for emergency shutdown valves. Existing paragraph 5.6.5 is renumbered as paragraph 5.6.6.

IGC Code

5/5.6.5

November 2000

MSC.103(73)

89

01.07.02

N/E

Modified requirements for prototype testing of cargo hoses.

IGC Code

5/5.7.3

November 2000

MSC.103(73)

90

01.07.02

N/E

Editorial changes regarding set pressure changes of pressure relief valves and the corresponding resetting of alarms.

IGC Code

8/8.2.7

November 2000

MSC.103(73)

91

01.07.02

N/E

When not in use, the inert gas system should be made separate from the cargo system in the cargo area except for connections to the hold spaces or interbarrier spaces.

IGC Code

9/9.5.3

November 2000

MSC.103(73)

92

01.07.02

N/E

Medical first-aid equipment should be based on the guidelines developed by the IMO (MFAG).

IGC Code

14/14.3.2

November 2000

MSC.103(73)

93

01.07.02

E

Training of officers for emergency procedures to be based on the Medical First Aid Guide (MFAG) and parts A and B IGC Code of the STCW Code.

18/18.3.3

November 2000

MSC.103(73)

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Container Vessel

01.07.02

Bulk Carrier

95

Gas Carrier

01.07.02

Chemical Tanker

94

Oil Tanker

Application Date

RoRo Passenger Vessel

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Passenger Vessel

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Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

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Amendment

Source

Ships ≥ 15 years

Inspection of the outer hull to be carried out only with the ship in dry dock.

A.744(18)

Annex A

November 2000

MSC.105(73)

N/E

Ships ≥ 15 years

Inspection of the outer hull to be carried out only with the ship in dry dock.

A.744(18)

Annex B

November 2000

MSC.105(73)

01.07.02

N/E

Ships ≥ 10 years and length > 130 m

Evaluation of the ship's longitudinal strength by using thickness measurments of structural members in accordance with the criteria for longitudinal strength of the ship's hull girder specified in new annex 12.

A.744(18)

Annex B

November 2000

MSC.105(73)

97

01.09.02

E

Cat. 1 Oil tankers (Tankers not complying with reg. 13, 13B, 13E and 18(4) of 20000 tdw and above carrying crude-, fuel-, heavy diesel or lubricating oil or of 30000 tdw and above carrying other oil)

Tankers to comply with reg 13F (i. e. to be phased out of service) at the anniversary date of the delivery of the ship as follows: 2003 for ships delivered in 1973 or earlier 2004 for ships delivered in 1974 and 1975 2005 for ships delivered in 1976 and 1977 (Subject to allowance by flag state Administration based on compliance with CAS) Extended operation may be accepted under the conditions of the Condition Assessment Scheme (CAS). Phase out scheme from 2005 onwards is expected to be superseded by reg. 13G as amended with MEPC.111(50).

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13G

2001

MEPC.95(46)

98

01.09.02

E

Cat. 2 Oil tankers (Tankers of 20000/30000 tdw and above, complying with reg. 13, 13B, 13 E and 18(4)) Cat. 3 Oil tankers (Tankers of 5000 tdw and above but less than 20000/30000 tdw)

Tankers to comply with reg 13F (i. e. to be phased out of service) at the anniversary date of the delivery of the ship as follows: 2003 for ships delivered in 1973 or earlier 2004 for ships delivered in 1974 and 1975 2005 for ships delivered in 1976 and 1977 Extended operation may be accepted under the conditions of the Condition Assessment Scheme (CAS). Phase out scheme from 2005 onwards is expected to be superseded by reg. 13G as amended with MEPC.111(50).

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13G

2001

MEPC.95(46)

99

01.09.02

E

Cat. 1 and Cat. 2 Oil tanker

Condition Assessment Scheme (CAS) introduced to complement the Enhance Survey Program (ESP).

MEPC.94(46)

100

01.10.02

E

Ships built before 01.07.97, 90% ≤ A/Amax < 95%

Damage stability to comply with Reg. 8 (SOLAS '90 standard).

SOLAS 74

II-1/8-1

November 1995

SOLAS Conf 3 Res. 1

E

Ships built before 01.07.97, certified to carry ≥ 1500 persons, 90% ≤ A/Amax < 95%

Compliance with two compartment standard required.

SOLAS 74

II-1/8-2

November 1995

SOLAS Conf 3 Res. 1

N/E

(first periodical survey after that date)

101

01.10.02 or 20 years after the keel laying date, whichever is later (first periodical survey after that date)

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

MEPC.94(46)

18

(final date)

E

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

01.10.02

Oil Tanker

102

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Application Date

Passenger Vessel

No.

Restrictions

Subject/Extract

Ships undertaking regu- Ships must comply with specific stability requirements, taking into account accumulated sea water on car deck. lar scheduled voyages between designated ports in or from or to North West Europe and the Baltic Sea, A/Amax ≥ 97.5%

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Amendment

Source

Circ. Letter 1891

Annex 2 Regional Agreement on Specific Stability Requirements for Ro-Ro Passenger Ships (Stockholm Agreement)

MSC.126(75)

New mandatory ship reporting system in Greenland waters introduced.

SOLAS 74

V/8-1

N/E N/E N/E Ships carrying packaged irradiated nuclear fuel, plutonium and high-level radioactive wastes

Editorial changes for consistency of SOLAS VII and INF-code.

SOLAS 74

VII/14.2

June 2001

MSC.117(74)

01.01.03

N/E N/E N/E Ships carrying packaged irradiated nuclear fuel, plutonium and high-level radioactive wastes

Editorial changes for consistency of SOLAS VII and INF-code.

INF Code

1.1.1.3

June 2001

MSC.118(74)

106

01.01.03

High-speed craft built under the provisions of the 1994 HSC-Code

Revised definition of warships to also include craft used only on government non-commercial service.

1994 HSC Code

1.3.3.1

June 2001

MSC.119(74)

107

01.01.03

High-speed craft built under the provisions of the 1994 HSC-Code

Warships, naval auxiliaries or other craft owned or operated by a Contracting Government and used only on govern- 1994 HSC Code ment non-commercial service are encouraged to act in a manner consistent with the code.

1.3.3.5

June 2001

MSC.119(74)

108

01.01.03

High-speed craft built under the provisions of the 1994 HSC-Code, < 150 GT

Scope extended to include navigational systems and voyage data recorder. Application to craft below 150 gross tonnage to be determined by the Administration.

1994 HSC Code

13.1.3

June 2001

MSC.119(74)

109

01.01.03

High-speed ro-ro passenger craft built under the provisions of the 1994 HSC Code

Craft should be fitted with a voyage data recorder (VDR). The voyage data recorder (VDR) system, including all sensors, should be subjected to an annual performance test.

1994 HSC Code

13.13

June 2001

MSC.119(74)

High-speed craft built under the provisions of the 1994 HSC-Code

1994 HSC Craft should be provided with nautical charts and nautical publications to plan and display the craft’s route for the Code intended voyage and to plot and monitor positions throughout the voyage. An electronic chart display and information system (ECDIS) may be accepted as meeting the chart carriage requirements of this paragraph. Back-up arrangements should be provided to meet the functional requirements if this function is partly or fully fulfilled by electronic means. Appendix 6 to resolution A.817(19) should be taken into account.

13.14

June 2001

MSC.119(74)

103

01.12.02

104

01.01.03

105

(first survey after that date)

110

01.01.03

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships operating in Greenland waters

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113

01.01.03

114

01.01.03

N/E N/E N/E

115

01.01.03

N/E N/E N/E

116

01.01.03 (retroactive application date after entry into force of the AFS Convention)

RoRo Cargo Vessel

112

General Cargo Vessel

01.01.03

Container Vessel

111

Gas Carrier

Application Date

Oil Tanker

No.

Bulk Carrier

Chemical Tanker

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Passenger Vessel

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Restrictions

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Revision 5 • 01/05

Amendment

Source

High-speed craft built under the provisions of the 1994 HSC-Code

Section “Details of navigational systems and equipment” added to the record of equipment.

1994 HSC Code

Annex 1/5

June 2001

MSC.119(74)

Ships carrying solid bulk cargoes

Higher minimum standards of competence required for crews sailing on ships carrying solid bulk cargoes.

STCW Code 95

TableA-II/1 and A-II/2

December 1998

MSC.78(70)

Oil tankers ≥ 20000 tdw Amendment to MARPOL Annex I/13G; oil tankers between 20,000 and 30,000 tons deadweight carrying persistent product oil, including heavy diesel oil and fuel oil, subject to the same requirements as crude oil tankers. and < 30000 tdw

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13G

July 1999

MEPC.78(43)

Ships > 150 GT and certified to carry noxious liquid substances in bulk

The “Shipboard Marine Pollution Emergency Plan” (SMPEP) acc. to MARPOL Annex II/16 may be combined with the Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan (SOPEP).

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/26.3

July 1999

MEPC.78(43)

Ships > 150 GT and certified to carry noxious liquid substances in bulk

Mandatory introduction of a Shipboard Marine Pollution Emergency Plan for noxious liquid substances (SMPEP). The plan shall consist at least of: - reporting procedures - list of contact points - detailed description of emergency actions.

MARPOL73/78 Annex II/16

July 1999

MEPC.78(43)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships ≥ 400 GT or L ≥ 24 m, engaged in international voyages

Ships shall not apply or re-apply anti-fouling systems containing organotin compounds which act as biocides.

AFS 2001

Annex 1

May 2002

AFS/CONF/26

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships ≥ 400 GT or L ≥ 24 m, engaged in international voyages

A statement of compliance is to be carried on board, until an “International Anti-fouling System Certificate” is issued after entry into force of the AFS Convention.

AFS 2001

Annex 4.2

E

E

E

117

01.01.03

118

01.01.03

119

01.05.03

120

01.07.03

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

121

01.07.03

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

Single hull oil tankers carrying heavy fuel oil, coal tar, asphaltic bitumen or heavy crude oil

E

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships operating in the english channel

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

AFS/CONF/26

Denial of entry to Spanish ports, terminals or anchorage areas.

MEPC/ Circ. 402

Ship reporting system “Off Ushant“ amended with regard to covered area.

MSC.52(66)

Section 2

May 1994

MSC.127(75)

Ships built before 01.07.98

All external high-pressure fuel delivery lines between fuel pumps and fuel injectors to be jacketed piping. The jacketed lines shall be provided with means for collection of leakages and alarms. MSC/Circ. 851 should be taken into account.

SOLAS 74

II-2/15.2.9

May 1994

MSC.31(63)

Ships built before 01.07.98

All surfaces with temperatures above 220° C to be properly insulated. MSC/Circ. 851 should be taken into account.

SOLAS 74

II-2/15.2.10

May 1994

MSC.31(63)

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

20

No.

Application Date

Passenger Vessel

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Oil Tanker

Chemical Tanker

Gas Carrier

Bulk Carrier

Container Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

RoRo Cargo Vessel

122

01.07.03

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

123

01.07.03

E

E

124

01.07.03

E

E

E

(first Survey for Safety Equipment on or after that date)

Subject/Extract

Restrictions

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Amendment

Source

SOLAS 74

II-2/15.2.11

May 1994

MSC.31(63)

Ships ≥ 300 GT engaged Automatic Identification System (AIS) to be fitted MSC.115(73) should be taken into account. on international voyages

SOLAS 74

V/19.2.4.2.1

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

Tankers ≥ 300 GT engaged on international voyages or tankers ≥ 500 GT not engaged on international voyages

Automatic Identification System (AIS) to be fitted MSC.115(73) should be taken into account.

SOLAS 74

V/19.2.4.2.2

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

High-speed passenger craft built under the provisions of the 1994 HSC-Code

Craft should be provided with automatic identification system (AIS) The Guidelines on the operation of AIS on ships (Res. A.917(22)) should be taken into account.

1994 HSC Code

13.15

June 2001

MSC.119(74)

MSC.139(76)

Annex 2

MSC.139(76)

Mandatory ship reporting system “In the Adriatic Sea” introduced

MSC.139(76)

Annex 2

MSC.139(76)

List of substances referred to in para 2(a) of Article I substantially shortened by means of references to other IMO-instruments.

1973 Intervention Protocol

Ships built before 01.07.98

Oil fuel lines to be screened to avoid as far as practible oil spray or leakages onto hot surfaces. The number of joints to be kept to a minimum. MSC/Circ. 851 should be taken into account.

125

01.07.03

126

01.07.03

127

01.07.03

128

01.08.03

129

27.09.03

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

Ships engaged on international voyages ≥ 400 GT, or certified to carry more than 15 persons

Entry into force of MARPOL (revised) Annex IV (Sewage).

MARPOL 73/78

Annex IV

130

27.09.03

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

Ships engaged on international voyages ≥ 400 GT, or certified to carry more than 15 persons

The ship is to be equipped with one of the following sewage systems: 1. a sewage treatment plant, 2. a sewage comminuting and disinfecting system, or 3. a holding tank for the retention of all sewage.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex IV/ 9

March 2000

MEPC 44/20 annex 10

131

27.09.03

New reference for the certification of sewage treatment plants: MEPC.2(VI) concerning standards for sewage treatment plants should be taken into account.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex IV Appendix

March 2000

MEPC 44/20 annex 10

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships ≥ 300 GT carrying Mandatory ship reporting system “In the Adriatic Sea” introduced. dangerous or polluted goods as cargo and operating in the adriatic sea

N/E N/E

Ships ≥ 150 GT operating in the adriatic sea

N/E

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

October 2002

MEPC 44/20 annex 10 MEPC.88(44)

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MEPC.100(48)

Revision 5 • 01/05

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RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Chemical Tanker

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Passenger Vessel

© Germanischer Lloyd

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Revision 5 • 01/05

21.10.03

E

Single hull oil tankers ≥ 600 tdw carrying heavy grades of oil

Denial of entry to ports, terminals or anchorage areas under the jurisdiction of a member state of the European Union.

European Union Reg. EC 417/202

Reg.EC 1726/2003

133

21.10.03

E

Single hull tankers ≥ 5000 tdw, registered in a member state of the European Union

Accelerated phase out scheme: Tankers of Cat. 1 to be phased out at the 23rd anniversary date of the delivery of the European ship, not later than 2005. Union Reg. Tankers of Cat. 2 and 3 to be phased out according to a defined schedule between the 26th and the 28th anniversary EC 417/202 date of the delivery of the ship, not later than 2010.

Reg.EC 1726/2003

134

29.11.03

Non-displacement craft, WIG craft and seaplanes

Other water crafts (Non-displacement craft, WIG craft and seaplanes) included

COLREG

Rule 3, 18, 23

November 2001

A.910(22)

135

29.11.03

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Rule 8(a) amended to read: “Any action to avoid collision shall be taken in accordance with the Rules of this Part and shall, if the circumstances of the case admit, be positive, made at ample time and with due regard to the observance of good seamanship.”

COLREG

Rule 8

November 2001

A.910(22)

136

01.01.04

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Cargo ships > 300GT

Deletions reflecting expiry of transitional periods for application.

SOLAS 74

IV/1.3, 1.4, 1.5, May 2002 1.6, 1.7, 3.2 , 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 12.4

MSC.123(75)

137

01.01.04

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Cargo ships > 300GT

Editorial changes resulting from revision of SOLAS chapter V.

SOLAS 74

IV/4.1.6

May 2002

MSC.123(75)

138

01.01.04

Voyage Data Recorder (VDR) to be fitted.

SOLAS 74

V/20.1.3

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

139

01.01.04

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships > 300GT

Up to date copy of Volume III of the International Aeronautical and Maritime Search and Rescue (IAMSAR) Manual to be carried on board.

SOLAS 74

V/21.13.2

May 2002

MSC.123(75)

140

01.01.04

N/E N/E

N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships carrying dangerous goods

Editorial changes resulting from the implementation of the IMDG code.

SOLAS 74

VI

May 2002

MSC.123(75)

141

01.01.04

N/E N/E

N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships carrying dangerous goods

International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code made mandatory in general. The carriage of dangerous SOLAS 74 goods in packaged form shall be in compliance with the relevant provisions of that Code. Editorial changes resulting from the implementation of the IMDG code, Part A (covering packaged goods) separated editorially from part A1 (covering bulk cargoes).

VII/Part A, A-1 and D

May 2002

MSC.123(75)

142

01.01.04

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Cargo ships > 300GT

Deletions in records of equipment of passenger ship safety certificate and of safety radio certificate, resulting from changes in SOLAS chapter IV.

Appendix

May 2002

MSC.123(75)

143

01.01.04

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Section for “Details of Navigational Systems and Equipment” added within records of equipment Form P, Form R and SOLAS 74/ Protocol 88 Form C, some footnotes deleted.

Appendix

November 2000

MSC.100(73)

144

01.01.04

N/E N/E

SOLAS 74/ Protocol 88

Appendix

May 2002

MSC.124(75)

Bulk Carrier

132

Gas Carrier

Application Date

Oil Tanker

No.

Ships built before 01.07.02

E

Technical requirements

E

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Operational requirements

Subject/Extract

Restrictions

Changes in certificate forms P, R and C resulting from the implementation of GMDSS.

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

Instrument

SOLAS 74

Amendment

Source

22

01.01.04

148

01.01.04

N/E

149

01.01.04

N/E

150

01.01.04

N/E

151

01.01.04

N/E

152

01.01.04

153

01.03.04

E

154

01.03.04

155

RoRo Cargo Vessel

147

General Cargo Vessel

01.01.04

Container Vessel

146

Bulk Carrier

01.01.04

Gas Carrier

145

Oil Tanker

Application Date

Chemical Tanker

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Passenger Vessel

No.

Restrictions

Subject/Extract

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Amendment

Source

High-speed non-RoRo passenger craft built under the provisions of the 1994 HSC Code

Craft should be fitted with a voyage data recorder (VDR). The voyage data recorder (VDR) system, including all sensors, should be subjected to an annual performance test.

1994 HSC Code

13.13

June 2001

MSC.119(74)

E

Ships built before 01.07.99 and L ≥ 150 m and subject to SOLAS XII/6.2

Thickness measurements on vertically corrugated transverse watertight bulkhead between holds nos. 1 and 2 to be performed in accordance with new annex 11.

A.744(18)

Annex A/2.6.1

May 2002

MSC.125(75)

E

Ships built before 01.07.99, subject to SOLAS XII/9.1

Additional annual survey of the foremost cargo hold to be performed in accordance with new annex 12.

A.744(18)

Annex A/3.6

May 2002

MSC.125(75)

Cargo and ballast piping to be operationally tested to working pressure.

A.744(18)

Annex B/2.1.5

May 2002

MSC.125(75)

Tankers > 15 years

Annual internal examination of all ballast tanks adjacent to a heated cargo tank required.

A.744(18)

Annex B/3.53

May 2002

MSC.125(75)

Tankers > 15 years

Stricter survey requirements for tankers exceeding 15 years of age.

A.744(18)

Annex B/4.4

May 2002

MSC.125(75)

The required thickness measurements to be performed in presence of a surveyor of the recognized organisation.

A.744(18)

Annex B/7.1.1

May 2002

MSC.125(75)

IMDG code amended to be made mandatory under SOLAS reg VII/3 (however parts of it remaining recommendatory).

A.716(17) (IMDG Code)

May 2002

MSC.122(75)

Cat. 1 and Cat. 2 (Ships > 20000 tdw)

New appendix 3 (CAS survey plan) to the Condition Assessment Scheme.

Condition Assessment Scheme (MEPC.94(46))

October 2002

MEPC.99(48)

E

Cat. 1 and Cat. 2 (Ships > 20000 tdw)

New appendix 4 (Mandatory requirements for the safe conduct of CAS surveys) to the Condition Assessment Scheme.

Condition Assessment Scheme (MEPC.94(46))

October 2002

MEPC.99(48)

01.03.04

E

Cat. 1 and Cat. 2 (Ships > 20000 tdw)

New note 3 to table 7.2.2 (rounding rule for 30% minimum limit) and editorial references to new appendices 3 and 4.

Condition Assessment Scheme (MEPC.94(46))

October 2002

MEPC.99(48)

156

01.07.04

N

Ships built on or after 01.01.05

New regulation 3-6 “Access to and within spaces in the cargo area of oil tankers and bulk carriers” added, replacing reg. 12-2. However, to be applied only to ships constructed on or after 01.01.05.

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-6

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

157

01.07.04

N

Ships built not later than 31.12.04

Regulation 12-2 deleted as result of introduction of new reg. 3-6, however remaining applicable to ships constructed SOLAS 74 until 31.12.04.

II-1/12-2

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

N/E N/E N/E Ships carrying dangerous goods in packaged form

N/E N/E

N

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Passenger Vessel

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Oil Tanker

Chemical Tanker

Gas Carrier

Bulk Carrier

Container Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

RoRo Cargo Vessel

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N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

No.

Application Date

158

01.07.04

159

01.07.04

N/E N/E

N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships carrying dangerous goods

Reference to the IMDG code is introduced in the definition of “Dangerous Goods”.

160

01.07.04

N/E N/E

N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships carrying dangerous goods

161

01.07.04

162

01.07.04

Subject/Extract

Restrictions

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Revision 5 • 01/05

Amendment

Source

II-1/31.2.10

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

SOLAS 74

II-2/3.20

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

Dangerous goods classes 3.1, 3.2 and 3.3 replaced by class 3 in table 19.3 (Application of the requirements to different classes of dangerous goods). Stowage of class 5.2 dangerous goods under deck or in enclosed Ro-ro spaces is prohibited.

SOLAS 74

II-2/19

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

N

Liferafts shall be fitted with radar transponder in the ratio of one transponder for every four liferafts.

SOLAS 74

III/26.2.5

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

E

Liferafts shall be fitted with radar transponder in the ratio of one transponder for every four liferafts.

SOLAS 74

III/26.2.5

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

Machinery control automation systems shall ensure that threshold warning of impending slowdown or shutdown of SOLAS 74 the propulsion system is given to the officer in charge of navigation watch.

(first survey on or after that date)

163

01.07.04

N

N

N

N

Ships ≥ 300 GT and < 50000 GT

An automatic identification system (AIS) is to be fitted.

SOLAS 74

V/19.2.4.2.4

December 2002 Conference

SOLAS Conf 5. Res. 1

164

01.07.04

E

E

E

E

Ships ≥ 300 GT and < 50000 GT

An automatic identification system (AIS) is to be fitted.

SOLAS 74

V/19.2.4.2.4

December 2002 Conference

SOLAS Conf 5. Res. 1

(first safety equipment survey after that date) (in no case later than 31.12.04)

165

01.07.04

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

Passenger ships ≥ 100 GT Cargo ships ≥ 300 GT

SOLAS 74 Ship’s indentification number (IMO-number) shall be permanently marked: 1. in a visible place either on the stern of the ship or on either side of the hull or on the superstructure or, in case of passenger ships, on a horizontal surface visible from the air and 2. on one of the bulkheads or hatchways.

XI-1/3

December 2002 Conference

SOLAS Conf 5. Res. 1

166

01.07.04

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

Passenger ships ≥ 100 GT Cargo ships ≥ 300 GT

Ship’s indentification number (IMO-number) shall be permanently marked: 1. in a visible place either on the stern of SOLAS 74 the ship or on either side of the hull or on the superstructure or, in case of passenger ships, on a horizontal surface visible from the air and 2. on one of the bulkheads or hatchways.

XI-1/3

December 2002 Conference

SOLAS Conf 5. Res. 1

(first scheduled dry-docking after that date)

167

01.07.04

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Cargo ships ≥ 500 GT; passenger ships and mobile offshore drilling units (regardless of size)

Continous Synopsis Report shall be issued to provide an onboard record of the history of the ship.

SOLAS 74

XI-1/5

December 2002 Conference

SOLAS Conf 5. Res. 1

168

01.07.04

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Cargo ships ≥ 500 GT; passenger ships and mobile offshore drilling units (regardless of size)

New chapter XI-2 “Special Measures to enhance Maritime Security”.

SOLAS 74

XI-2

December 2002 Conference

SOLAS Conf 5. Res. 1

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

24

N

N

N

N

N

N

171

01.07.04

E

E

E

E

E

E

RoRo Cargo Vessel

01.07.04

General Cargo Vessel

170

Bulk Carrier

01.07.04

Gas Carrier

169

Oil Tanker

Application Date

Container Vessel

Chemical Tanker

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Passenger Vessel

No.

Restrictions

(first survey of the radio installation after that date)

N

N

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Instrument

Amendment

Source

International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code becomes mandatory.

SOLAS 74

XI-2/4

December 2002 Conference

SOLAS Conf 5. Res. 1

Cargo ships (incl. cargo high speed craft) ≥ 500 GT; Passenger ships (incl. passenger high speed craft) + mobile offshore drilling units (regardless of size)

Ships shall be provided with a ship security alert system (SSAS) for transmission of a ship to shore security alert to a competent authority.

SOLAS 74

XI-2/6.1.1

December 2002 Conference

SOLAS Conf 5. Res. 1

Cargo ships (incl. cargo high speed craft) ≥ 500 GT; Passenger ships (incl. passenger high speed craft) + mobile offshore drilling units (regardless of size)

Ships shall be provided with a ship security alert system (SSAS) for transmission of a ship to shore security alert to a competent authority.

SOLAS 74

XI-2/61.2 + 3

December 2002 Conference

SOLAS Conf 5. Res. 1

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E The following ships engaged on international voyages: cargo ships ≥ 500 GT; passenger ships (regardless of size); mobile offshore drilling units N

Subject/Extract

172

01.07.04

N

New regulation 12 requiring water level detectors in each cargo hold, ballast tank forward of the collision bulkhead and dry or void space (other than the chain locker) extending forward of the foremost cargo hold.

SOLAS 74

XII/12

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

173

01.07.04

E

New regulation 12 requiring water level detectors in each cargo hold, ballast tank forward of the collision bulkhead and dry or void space (other than the chain locker) extending forward of the foremost cargo hold.

SOLAS 74

XII/12

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

(first survey after that date)

174

01.07.04

N

New regulation 13 requiring that the means for draining and pumping ballast tanks and bilges adressed by new regulation 12 shall be capable of being brought into operation from a readily accessible space.

SOLAS 74

XII/13

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

175

01.07.04

E

New regulation 13 requiring that the means for draining and pumping ballast tanks and bilges adressed by new regulation 12 shall be capable of being brought into operation from a readily accessible space.

SOLAS 74

XII/13

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

Amendments in line with SOLAS VII as amended in May 2002

INF Code

1

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

Introduction of the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code, containing in part A mandatory requirements regarding the provisions of chapter XI-2 of the Annex to SOLAS 74 (Ship security assessment, Ship security plan, Company- and Ship security officer). Further, not mandatory guidance is given with part B.

ISPS Code

December 2002 Conference

SOLAS Conf 5. Res. 2

(first intermediate or renewal survey after that date) (in no case later than 01.07.07)

176

01.07.04

177

01.07.04

Ships carrying nuclear substances

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Recent IMO Legislation

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

01.10.04

Bulk Carrier

179

Gas Carrier

01.07.04

Chemical Tanker

178

Oil Tanker

Application Date

RoRo Passenger Vessel

No.

Passenger Vessel

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N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships ≥ 300 GT operating in the Gulf of Finland

01.10.04

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Mandatory ship reporting system “In the Gulf of Finland” introduced.

MSC.139(76)

Annex 1

Amendment

Source

MSC.139(76)

E

Ships built before 01.07.97, 95% ≤ A/Amax < 97,5%

Damage stability to comply with Reg. 8 (SOLAS '90 standard).

SOLAS 74

II-1/8-1

November 1995

SOLAS Conf 3 Res. 1

E

Ships built before 01.07.97, certified to carry ≥ 1500 persons, 95% ≤ A/Amax < 97,5%

Compliance with two compartment standard required.

SOLAS 74

II-1/8-2

November 1995

SOLAS Conf 3 Res. 1

(first periodical survey after that date)

180

Subject/Extract

Restrictions

Revision 5 • 01/05

or 20 years after the keel laying date, whichever is later (first periodical survey after that date)

181

01.12.04

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Amendments to the mandatory ship reporting system “The Torres Strait and Inner Route of the Great Barrier Reef.”

MSC.52(66)

Annex 1

MSC.161(78)

182

01.12.04

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Amendments to the mandatory ship reporting system “Off Cape Finisterre.”

MSC.63(67)

Annex 3

MSC.162(78)

183

31.12.04

Ships ≥ 300 GT and < 50000 GT

Final date for fitting of an automatic identification system (AIS).

SOLAS 74

V/19.2.4.2.4

December 2002 Conference

SOLAS Conf 5. Res. 1

184

01.01.05

N

Ships ≥ 500 GT

New regulation 3-6 “Access to and within spaces in the cargo area of oil tankers and bulk carriers” replacing regulation 12-2.

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-6

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

185

01.01.05

N

Ships ≥ 500 GT

Large tanks (L ≥ 35 m) are to be provided with 2 means of access.

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-6.3.2

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

186

01.01.05

N

Ships ≥ 500 GT

A ship structure access manual, showing the means of access to carry out inspections and approved by the administration, is to be kept on board

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-6.4

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

187

01.01.05

N

Ships ≥ 20000 GT

Application of regulation 3-6 “Access to and within spaces in the cargo area of oil tankers and bulk carriers” extended on bulk carriers.

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-6

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

188

01.01.05

N

Ships ≥ 20000 GT

Large tanks (L ≥ 35 m) are to be provided with 2 means of access.

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-6.3.2

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

189

01.01.05

N

Ships ≥ 20000 GT

Cargo holds are to be provided with 2 means of access.

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-6.3.3

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

190

01.01.05

N

Ships ≥ 20000 GT

A ship structure access manual, showing the means of access to carry out inspections and approved by the administration, is to be kept on board.

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-6.4

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

Technical requirements

E

E

E

E

Operational requirements

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

26

Passenger Vessel

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Oil Tanker

Chemical Tanker

Gas Carrier

Bulk Carrier

Container Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

RoRo Cargo Vessel

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

No.

Application Date

191

01.01.05

192

01.01.05

N/E

193

01.01.05

N

194

01.01.05* (vol.)

195

01.01.05* (opt.)

196

01.01.05

197

01.01.05

N/E

198

05.04.05

199

05.04.05

Restrictions

Subject/Extract

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Amendment

Source

Comprehensive revision of the technical regulations of the 1966 Load Line convention, reflecting in particular interpretations developed since the original introduction of the ILLC 66. Substantial changes to the design loads for hatch covers (reg. 16) and to the minimum bow height (reg. 39).

ILLC 66/ Protocol 88

Annex B/ Annex 1

June 2003

MSC.143(77)

Appendix 3 “Sampling method of thickness measurements for longitudinal strength evaluation and repair methods“ added

A.744(18)

Annex B/ Annex 12

June 2003

MSC.144(77)

New technical provisions for means of access for inspections, made mandatory with Res. MSC.134(76).

MSC.133(76)

Annex

Governments are encouraged to apply voluntarily the numerous amendmends, including new chapter 1.4 on security provisions, which will officially enter into force on 01.01.06.

IMDG Code

Governments may optionally apply the new “Technical provisions for means of access for inspections”, replacing MSC.133(76) for better practicability, which will enter officially into force on 01.01.06.

MSC.133(76)

Revised guidlines and specifications for pollution prevention equipment for machinery space bilges of ships.

MEPC.60(33)

July 2003

MEPC.107(49)

Ships ≥ 150 GT

Revised guidlines and specifications for oil discharge monitoring and control systems for oil tanker.

MEPC.108(49)

July 2003

MEPC.108(49)

E

Cat. 1 Oil tankers (Tankers not complying with reg. 13, 13B, 13 E and 18(4) of 20000 tdw and above carrying crude-, fuel-, heavy diesel or lubricating oil or 30000 tdw and above carrying other oil)

Compliance with reg. 13F required for ships delivered on 05.03.1982 or earlier (effectively meaning that the ships are MARPOL 73/78 to be phased out of service). Ships delivered after 05.03.82 may continue trading until the anniversary date of their delivery in 2005. Note: Flag state Authorities are urged with res.MEPC. 114(50) to consider the application of this amendment as soon as possible and preferably as from 01.01.2004.

Annex I/13G(4) December 2003

MEPC.111(50)

E

Cat. 2 Oil tankers (Tankers of 20000/30000 tdw and above, complying with reg. 13, 13B, 13 E and 18(4)) Cat. 3 Oil tankers (Tankers of 5000 tdw and above but less than 20000/30000 tdw)

Compliance with reg. 13F required for ships delivered on 05.03.1977 or earlier (effectively meaning that the ships are MARPOL 73/78 to be phased out of service). Ships delivered after 05.03.77 may continue trading until the anniversary date of their delivery in: 2005 if delivered in 1977 2006 if delivered in 1978 and 1979 (Subject to allowance by flag state Administration based on compliance with CAS) 2007 if delivered in 1980 and 1981 (Subject to allowance by flag state Administration based on compliance with CAS) 2008 if delivered in 1982 (Subject to allowance by flag state Administration based on compliance with CAS) 2009 if delivered in 1983 (Subject to allowance by flag state Administration based on compliance with CAS) 2010 if delivered in 1984 or later (Subject to allowance by flag state Administration based on compliance with CAS) Note: Flag state Authorities are urged with res.MEPC. 114(50) to consider the application of this amendment as soon as possible and preferably as from 01.01.2004.

Annex I/13G(4) December 2003

MEPC.111(50)

N

Ships under flags of parties to the 1988 protocol to the Load Line Convention

Bulk carrier ≥ 20000 GT

N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships carrying dangerous goods

N/E N/E

N

N

N

Tankers ≥ 500GT, Bulk carriers ≥ 20000GT

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships ≥ 400 GT, with equipment newly installed

MSC.133(76) May 2004

MSC.158(78), MSC.151(78)

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The flag state Administration may allow, under certain conditions, continued operation beyond the phase out date Cat. 2 Oil tankers (Tankers of 20000/30000 according to reg 13 G(4) in case of ships fitted with double bottom or double sides until the ship reaches an age of 25 years. tdw and above, complying with reg. 13, 13B, 13 E and 18(4)), delivered before 01.07.2001 Cat. 3 Oil tankers (Tankers of 5000 tdw and above but less than 20000/30000 tdw), delivered before 01.07.2001

201

05.04.05

E

Cat. 2 Oil tankers (Tankers of 20000/30000 tdw and above, complying with reg. 13, 13B, 13 E and 18(4)) of age ≥ 15 years Cat. 3 Oil tankers (Tankers of 5000 tdw and above but less than 20000/30000 tdw) of age ≥ 15 years

202

05.04.05

E

The flag state Administration may allow, based on satisfactory results of the Condition Assessment Scheme (CAS), Cat. 2 Oil tankers (Tankers of 20000/30000 continued operation beyond the phase out date according to reg 13 G(4) until the anniversary date of the delivery of the ship in 2015 or until the ship reaches an age of 25 years, whichever is the earlier date. tdw and above, complying with reg. 13, 13B, 13 E and 18(4)) Cat. 3 Oil tankers (Tankers of 5000 tdw and above but less than 20000/30000 tdw)

203

05.04.05

E

Cat. 2 Oil tankers (MARPOL tankers of 20000/30000 tdw and above) Cat. 3 Oil tankers (tankers of 5000 tdw and above but less than 20000/30000 tdw)

204

05.04.05

E

The port state Administration is entitled to deny entry of such ships into its ports or offshore terminals Cat. 2 and Cat. 3 Oil Note: Flag state Authorities are urged with res.MEPC.114(50) to consider the application of this amendment as soon tankers operating in as possible and preferably as from 01.01.2004. accordance with the provisions of reg. 13G(5) or 13G(7)

Technical requirements

Bulk Carrier

200

Gas Carrier

Application Date

Oil Tanker

No.

Operational requirements

Subject/Extract

Restrictions

Ships shall comply with the Condition Assessment Scheme (CAS). Note: Flag state Authorities are urged with res. MEPC.114(50) to consider the application of this amendment as soon as possible and preferably as from 01.01.2004.

The flag state Administration may allow continued operation beyond the date specified in 13G(4) based on satisfactory results of CAS as follows: Until the anniversary date of the delivery of the ship in 2015 or the date on which the ship reaches 25 years after the date of its delivery, whichever is the earlier date.

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Revision 5 • 01/05

Amendment

Source

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13G(5) December 2003

MEPC.111(50)

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13G(6)

December 2003

MEPC.111(50)

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13G(7)

December 2003

MEPC.111(50)

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13G(7)

December 2003

MEPC.111(50)

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13G(8)(b)

December 2003

MEPC.111(50)

28

N/E

207

05.04.05

208

RoRo Cargo Vessel

05.04.05

General Cargo Vessel

206

Container Vessel

E

Bulk Carrier

05.04.05

Gas Carrier

205

Oil Tanker

Application Date

Chemical Tanker

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Passenger Vessel

No.

Restrictions

Subject/Extract

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Amendment

Source

Oil tankers of 5000 tdw and above, not complying with reg. 13F

Ban from carrying heavy grades of oil (HGO) Note: Flag state Authorities are urged with res. MEPC.114(50) to consider the application of this amendment as soon as possible and preferably as from 01.01.2004.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13H(4)(a)

December 2003

MEPC.111(50)

Oil tankers of 600 tdw to less than 5000 tdw, not complying with reg. 13F(7)

Ban from carrying heavy grades of oil (HGO), becomming effectice on the anniversary date of the delivery of the ship in 2008 Note: Flag state Authorities are urged with res. MEPC.114(50) to consider the application of this amendment as soon as possible and preferably as from 01.01.2004.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13H(4)(b)

December 2003

MEPC.111(50)

E

Oil tankers of 5000 tdw and above, not complying with reg. 13F but fitted with double bottoms OR double sides, delivered before 04.12.2003

The flag state Administration may allow continued operation for carrying heavy grade oil beyond the date specified in 13H(4) until the date on which the ship reaches 25 years after the date of its delivery.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13H(5)

December 2003

MEPC.111(50)

05.04.05

E

Oil tankers of 5000 tdw and above, not complying with reg. 13F, carrying crude oil of a density lower than 945 kg/m3

The flag state Administration may allow continued operation for carrying heavy grade oil beyond the date specified in 13H(4) until the date on which the ship reaches 25 years after the date of its delivery, based on satisfactory results of CAS.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13H(6)(a)

December 2003

MEPC.111(50)

209

05.04.05

E

Oil tankers of 600 ≤ tdw < 5000, carrying heavy grade oil

The flag state Administration may allow continued operation for carrying heavy grade oil beyond the date specified in 13H(4(b)) until the date on which the ship reaches 25 years after the date of its delivery, based on its opinion that the ship is fit to continue such operation.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13H(6)(a)

December 2003

MEPC.111(50)

210

05.04.05

N/E

Oil tankers of 600 tdw and above, carrying heavy grade oil

The flag state Administration may exempt tankers not engaged in international voyages from the provisions of reg. 13H

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13H(7)

December 2003

MEPC.111(50)

211

05.04.05

N/E

Oil tankers of 600 tdw and above, carrying heavy grade oil based on reg. 13H(5) or 13H(6)

The port state Administration is entitled to deny entry of such ships into its ports or offshore terminals Note: Flag state Authorities are urged with res. MEPC.114(50) to consider the application of this amendment as soon as possible and preferably as from 01.01.2004.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13H(8)

December 2003

MEPC.111(50)

212

05.04.05

N/E

Amendments to Form B of the supplement to the IOPP Certificate relating to revised reg 13G and 13H Note: Flag state Authorities are urged with res. MEPC.114(50) to consider the application of this amendment as soon as possible and preferably as from 01.01.2004.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13H(8)

December 2003

MEPC.111(50)

213

05.04.05

E

Amendments to the Condition Assessment Scheme (CAS).

Condition Assessment Scheme (MEPC.94(46))

December 2003

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Bulk Carrier

215

Gas Carrier

19.05.05

Chemical Tanker

214

Oil Tanker

Application Date

RoRo Passenger Vessel

No.

Passenger Vessel

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01.08.05

01.08.05

Amendment

Source

PMP.7/Circ.9

Provision of a primary and secondary means of allowing full flow relief of vapour. Alternatively pressure sensors with monitoring system possible.

IBC Code

Chapter 8 and 16

July 1999

MEPC.79(43)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Formal entry into force of the revised Annex IV. No practical consequences, as the the revised text is already applied from 27.09.2003. (refer to entry no. 129)

MARPOL 73/78

Annex IV

April 2004

MEPC.115(51)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Geographical location of cargo residue discharge to be noted in “Garbage Record Book”. Garbage Record Books to MARPOL be updated accordingly. 73/78

Annex V / Appendix

April 2004

MEPC.116(51)

N/E

Ships built on or after 01.07.86 and before 01.07.02

(exp)

218

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Annex VI

(exp)

217

Instrument

Annex VI to MARPOL 73/78, containing regulations for the Prevention of Air Pollution from Ships: MARPOL - Ship’s document “International Air Pollution Prevention” certificate (IAPP) required (reg. 6). 73/78/ - Ozone depleting substances, including HCFCs (reg. 12).: Any deliberate emissions are prohibited. New installations Protocol 97 containing ozone depleting substances are prohibited, except new installations containing HCFCs until 1 January 2020. - Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) (reg. 13): Applies to Marine Diesel Engines installed on a ship constructed on/after 1 January 2000 and Marine Diesel Engines which undergo a major conversion on/after 1 January 2000. Does not apply to emergency diesel engines and engines installed on ships solely engaged in domestic trade, provided that latter engines are subject to alternative NOx control measures established by the Administration. - Sulphur Oxides (SOx) (reg. 14): Sulphur content of any fuel oil used on board ships shall not exceed 4,5% m/m (in general), 1,5 % m/m (in SOx emission control areas). - Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) (reg. 15). Applies for tankers only, concerning vapour emission control/vapour collection systems. - Shipboard incinerators (reg. 16). Each incinerator installed after 1 January 2000, shall be approved by the Administration and comply with the specifications of IMO resolution MEPC.76(40). - Fuel oil quality (reg. 18). Bunker delivery note to be kept on board, representative fuel sample to be kept on board. “Engine International Air Pollution Prevention” certificate (EIAPP) required for each engine. MEPC.42/22/Annex 7 – Revised interim guidelines for the application of the NOx Code should be taken into account.

(final date)

216

Subject/Extract

Restrictions

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E

Ships built before 01.07.97, A/Amax > 97.5%

Damage stability to comply with Reg. 8 (SOLAS ’90 standard).

SOLAS 74

II-1/8-1

November 1995 Conference

SOLAS Conf 3 Res. 1

(first periodical survey after that date)

219

01.10.05

E

E

Passenger ships built before 01.07.02, ≥ 2000 GT

Additional local fixed fire-fighting system required for machinery spaces of category A above 500 m3.

SOLAS 74

II-2/10.5.6

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

220

01.10.05

E

E

Ships complying with requirements in force > 25.05.80

Fitting of accommodation and service spaces, stairway enclosures and corridors with automatic sprinkler, fire detection and fire alarm system acc. to Reg.12, Res. A.800 (19).

SOLAS 74

II-2/41-1.3.4 II-2/41-2.5

April 1992

MSC.24(60)

Tankers ≥ 500GT, Bulk carriers ≥ 20000GT

Scope of regulation on means of access extended to spaces forward of the cargo area, provisions made for acceptance of non-permanent means of access in line with the new “Technical provisions for means of access for inspections” (MSC.158(78)).

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-6

May 2004

MSC.151(78)

Numerous amendmends, including new chapter 1.4 on security provisions.

IMDG Code

May 2004

MSC.157(78)

or 15 years after the keel laying date, whichever is later

221

N

01.01.06

N

N

(exp)

222

01.01.06*

N/E N/E

(exp)

Technical requirements

N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships carrying dangerous goods

Operational requirements

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

30

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

N

Bulk Carrier

N

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

01.01.06*

Oil Tanker

223

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Application Date

Passenger Vessel

No.

Tankers ≥ 500GT, Bulk carriers ≥ 20000GT

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Definition of “Bulk Carrier” same as in chapters IX and XII.

SOLAS 74

II-1/2.14

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Watertight doors need no longer to be tested individually, but may now be prototype tested.

SOLAS 74

II-1/18.2

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

A lifeboat which has to be manoeuvred at abandon ship drills by its assigned crew may be launched without its crew onboard.

SOLAS 74

III/19.3.3.3

May 2004

MSC.152(78)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Maintenance, testing and inspections of life-saving appliances shall be carried out as per circular MSC/Circ. 1093.

SOLAS 74

III/20.3

May 2004

MSC.152(78)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Report of weekly inspection to life-saving appliances (LSA) to be entered into the logbook. Inspection to include lifeboat hooks, their attachment to the lifeboat and the on-load release gear system.

SOLAS 74

III/20.6.1

May 2004

MSC.152(78)

For the weekly inspection, lifeboats (except freefall) should be moved, without anyone onboard, from their stowed position to an extent necessary to demonstrate satisfactory operation of launching appliances, if weather and sea conditions so allow.

SOLAS 74

III/20.6.3

May 2004

MSC.152(78)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

For the monthly inspection, all lifeboats (except freefall) shall be turned out from their stowed position, without anyone onboard, if weather and seaconditions so allow.

SOLAS 74

III/20.7.1

May 2004

MSC.152(78)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Period of thorough examination of launching appliances reduced from 5 years to 1 year, further editorial changes.

SOLAS 74

III/20.11

May 2004

MSC.152(78)

The survival craft required by regulation 31.1 must be a free-fall lifeboat.

SOLAS 74

III/31.1.8

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

Number of required immersion suits onboard increased to 1 for every person onboard. (Vessels, other than bulk carriers, constantly operating in warm climates, may be exempted from this requirement.) Additional immersion suits to be provided at remote work and watch stations. Thermal protective aids as part of the survival craft/rescue boat equipment acc. to the LSA-Code remain still to be required.

SOLAS 74

III/32.3

May 2004

MSC.152(78)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

EPIRB testing intervals being adapted to the HSSC.

SOLAS 74

IV/15.9.1

May 2004

MSC.152(78)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Maintenance of EPIRBs to be carried out at intervals not exceeding 5 years by an approved shore-based facility.

SOLAS 74

IV/15.9.2

May 2004

MSC.152(78)

Term “length” specified as “length overall”.

SOLAS 74

V/2.4

June 2003

MSC.142(77)

Definition of “Search and rescue service”.

SOLAS 74

V/2.5

May 2004

MSC.153(78)

N

01.07.06

01.07.06

MSC.158(78)

(exp)

226

01.07.06 (exp)

227

01.07.06

Source

MSC.133(76)

(exp)

225

Amendment

New “Technical provisions for means of access for inspections”, replacing those adopted with MSC.133(76) for better practicability.

N

(exp)

224

Subject/Extract

Restrictions

(exp)

228

01.07.06 (exp)

229

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

01.07.06 (exp)

230

01.07.06 (exp)

231

01.07.06 (exp)

232

N

01.07.06 (exp)

233

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

01.07.06 (exp)

234

01.07.06 (exp)

235

01.07.06 (exp)

236

01.07.06

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

(exp)

237

01.07.06

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

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239

01.07.06

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

01.07.06

Chemical Tanker

238

Oil Tanker

Application Date

RoRo Passenger Vessel

No.

Passenger Vessel

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N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships built on or after 01.07.02 N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

Subject/Extract

Restrictions

N

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Revision 5 • 01/05

Amendment

Source

The gyro compass or other non-magnetic equipment for display of the ships heading is to be clearly visible by the helmsman at the main steering position.

SOLAS 74

V/19.2.5.1

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

Minimum length of ships covered by regulation 22 is increased from 45 m to 55 m length overall.

SOLAS 74

V/22.1

June 2003

MSC.142(77)

(exp)

240

241

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships ≥ 500 GT engaged Daily report of ship’s position, course and speed as well as details on conditions affecting the ship’s voyage on international voyaor operation are to be submitted to its company. ges exceeding 48 hours

SOLAS 74

V/28.2

June 2003

MSC.142(77)

(exp)

01.07.06

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Title and text of regulation altered to address distress situations rather than distress messages.

SOLAS 74

V/33

May 2004

MSC.153(78)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

New regulation 34-1 on Master’s discretion, containing the text of deleted paragraph 3 of reg. 34.

SOLAS 74

V/34.3 (old), 34-1 (new)

May 2004

MSC.153(78)

N/E

Entry into force of the revised chapter XII “Additional safety measures for bulk carriers”.

SOLAS 74

XII

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

N/E

New definitions: “Bulk carrier”, “Bulk carrier of single-side skin construction”, ”Bulk carrier of double-side skin construction”, “Double-side skin”, “Bulk carriers constructed”, “Similar stage of construction” and “Breadth”.

SOLAS 74

XII/1

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

SOLAS 74

XII/4.2

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

01.07.06

(exp)

242

01.07.06 (exp)

243

01.07.06 (exp)

244

01.07.06 (exp)

245

1.07.06

N

Double-side skin bulk Ship must withstand flooding of any one cargo hold (unless such hold is protected by a longitudinal bulkhead carriers, L ≥150 m, distant at least B/5 or 11.5m, which ever is less, from the side shell). designed for max. cargo density ≥ 1000 kg/m3

N

Double-side skin bulk carriers ≥ 150 m

No structural elements to be placed inside cargo space. Minimum distance between outer and inner side shell is SOLAS 74 1000 mm. Minimum clearance for passage between outer and inner side shell is 600 mm between transverse frames and 800 mm between longitudinal frames.

XII/6.2

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

N

Bulk carriers ≥ 150 m

Double-side skin spaces and ballast tanks have to be coated according to SOLAS regulation II-1/3-2.

SOLAS 74

XII/6.3

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

N

Double-side skin bulk carriers

Double-side skin tanks cannot be used for cargo, except the top-side wing tanks.

SOLAS 74

XII/6.4

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

N

Ships ≥ 150 m, max cargo density ≥ 1000 kg/m3

Cargo holds should be built to withstand loading/unloading operations without suffering structural damage. Continuity between the side shell structure and the rest of the hull must be assured. The failure of one structural member must not cause failure of adjacent members.

SOLAS 74

XII/6.5

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

E

Single-side skin bulk carriers, L ≥ 150 m, ≥ 10 years, cargo density ≥ 1780 kg/m3

New standards and guidelines for inspection and maintenance by shipowners.

SOLAS 74

XII/7

(exp)

246

01.07.06 (exp)

247

01.07.06 (exp)

248

01.07.06 (exp)

249

01.07.06 (exp)

250

01.07.06 (exp)

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

MSC.169(79)

32

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

01.07.06

Oil Tanker

251

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Application Date

Passenger Vessel

No.

Restrictions

N/E

Subject/Extract

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

SOLAS 74

XII/7.2

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

Ships must carry a loading instrument with a software package approved for stability calculations.

SOLAS 74

XII/11.3

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

SOLAS 74

XII/14

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

Editorial changes to the Record of Equipment for the Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate (Form E), Thermal protective aids deleted

SOLAS 74

Appendix / Certificates

May 2004

MSC.152(78)

New section “Completion date of the survey on which this certificate is based:“ inserted to the “Form of Safety Certificate for Passenger Ships”

SOLAS 74

Appendix / Certificates

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

New section “Completion date of the survey on which this certificate is based:” inserted to the: “Form of Safety Construction Certificate for Cargo Ships” “Form of Safety Equipment for Cargo Ships” “Form of Safety Radio Certificate for Cargo Ships” “Form of Safety Certificate for Cargo Ships”

SOLAS 74

Appendix / Certificates

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Section 3 of the “Record of Equipment for the Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate (Form E)” (table of “Details of SOLAS 74 navigational systems and equipment”) amended to cover S-VDR (SOLAS V/20).

Appendix / Certificates

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

Revised form of the “Nuclear Passenger Ship Safety Certificate”, complemented with a new “Record of Equipment for the Nuclear Passenger Ship Safety Certificate (Form PNUC)”.

SOLAS 74

Appendix / Certificates, Annex 2

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Nuclear ships

Revised form of the “Nuclear Cargo Ship Safety Certificate”, complemented with a new “Record of Equipment for the Nuclear Cargo Ship Safety Certificate (Form CNUC)”.

SOLAS 74

Appendix / Certificates, Annex 4

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Editorial changes to the Records of Equipment for the Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate (Form E) and for the Cargo Ship Safety Certificate (Form C), Thermal protective aids deleted.

SOLAS 74 Protocol 88

Appendix

May 2004

MSC.154(78)

New section inserted “Completion date of the survey on which this certificate is based:” inserted to the “Form of Safety Certificate for Passenger Ships”

SOLAS 74 Protocol 88

Appendix

December 2004

MSC.171(79)

252

01.07.06

N

L < 150 m

253

01.07.06

E

Single-side skin bulk Restrictions on uneven distribution of cargo over separate holds (alternate hold loading ban). carriers, L ≥ 150 m, ≥ 10 years, not complying with certain structural requirements, density of carried cargo ≥ 1780 kg/m3

(exp)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

01.07.06 (exp)

255

01.07.06

N/E N/E

(exp)

256

01.07.06 (exp)

257

01.07.06 (exp)

258

01.07.06

N/E N/E

Nuclear ships

(exp)

259

01.07.06 (exp)

260

01.07.06 (exp)

261

01.07.06 (exp)

N/E N/E

Source

Ship owners and operators must carry out maintenance as per regulation II-1/3-1 and MSC169(79).

(exp)

254

Amendment

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RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

Oil Tanker

Application Date

RoRo Passenger Vessel

No.

Passenger Vessel

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264

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Amendment

Source

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

New section “Completion date of the survey on which this certificate is based:” inserted to the: “Form of Safety Construction Certificate for Cargo Ships” “Form of Safety Equipment for Cargo Ships” “Form of Safety Radio Certificate for Cargo Ships” “Form of Safety Certificate for Cargo Ships”

SOLAS 74 Protocol 88

Appendix

December 2004

MSC.171(79)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Section 3 of the “Record of Equipment for the Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate (Form E)” (table of “Details of navigational systems and equipment”) amended to cover S-VDR (SOLAS V/20).

SOLAS 74 Protocol 88

Appendix

December 2004

MSC.171(79)

(exp)

01.07.06

Deletion of the reference to the 1995 amendments in the certificate forms.

STCW Code

I/A-1.2

May 2004

MSC.156(78)

“Model Form of International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk” amended by new “Notes on completion of certificate”.

IBC Code

Appendix

December 2004

MSC.176(79)

New section “Completion date of the survey on which this certificate is based:” inserted to the form of the International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Liquefied Gases in Bulk.

IGC Code

Appendix

December 2004

MSC.177(79)

New section “Completion date of the survey on which this certificate is based:” inserted to the form of the International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of INF Cargo.

INF Code

Appendix

December 2004

MSC.178(79)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Amendments to the Form of the “Document of Compliance”, the “Safety Management Certificate”, the “Interim Document of Compliance” and the “Interim Safety Management Certificate” to include the company identification number and the completion date of the survey on which the certificate is based.

ISM Code

Appendix

December 2004

MSC.179(79)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Changes to table A-VI/2-1 “Specifications of minimum standards of competence in survival crafts and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats”.

STCW Code

Table A-VI/2-1 December 2004

MSC.180(79)

01.07.06 (exp)

263

Subject/Extract

Restrictions

Revision 5 • 01/05

01.07.06

(exp)

265

N/E

01.07.06 (exp)

266

N/E

01.07.06 (exp)

267

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

01.07.06 (exp)

268

01.07.06 (exp)

269

01.07.06 (exp)

270

271

High-speed craft, built on or after 01.07.06

Buoyant spaces may have to withstand increased fluid pressure in the equilibrium position after damage.

2000 HSC Code

2/2

December 2004

MSC.175(79)

(exp)

01.07.06

High-speed craft

New section inserted “Completion date of the survey on which this certificate is based:” inserted to the “Form of High-Speed Craft Safety Certificate”.

2000 HSC Code

Annex 1

December 2004

MSC.175(79)

High-speed cargo craft > 3000 GT

Craft should be provided with an automatic identification system (AIS) The Guidelines on the operation of AIS on ships (to be developed before this requirement enters into force) should be taken into account.

1994 HSC Code

13.15

June 2001

MSC.119(74)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

New section “Completion date of the survey on which this certificate is based:” inserted to the: “Form of International Certificate on Load Lines” “Form of International Exemption Certificate on Load Lines”

ILLC 66/ Protocol 88

Annex III

December 2004

MSC.172(79)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

The scope of the SAR convention is extended to persons in need of assistance in a remote location on a coast.

SAR Conv.

2.1

May 2004

MSC.155(78)

01.07.06

(exp)

272

01.07.06

273

01.07.06 (exp)

274

01.07.06 (exp)

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

34

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

01.07.06

Oil Tanker

275

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Application Date

Passenger Vessel

No.

Restrictions

Subject/Extract

New procedure for identification of the most appropriate place for disembarking persons.

Instrument

SAR Conv.

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

4.8.5

Amendment

May 2004

Source

MSC.155(78)

(exp)

276

E

01.07.06 (exp)

277

E

Cargo ships ≥ 500 GT and mobile offshore drilling units, built before 01.07.04

Ships shall be provided with a Ship security alert system for transmission of a ship to shore security alert to a competent authority.

SOLAS 74

XI-2/6.1.4

December 2002 Conference

SOLAS Conf 5 Res. 1

E

E

E

Ships ≥ 20 000 GT, built before 01.07.02

Ships must be fitted with a VDR or a S-VDR (simplified voyage data recorder). Exemption possible for ships to be taken out of service within 2 years after the application date.

SOLAS 74

V/20.2.1 + 20.2.3

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

Ships built before 01.07.97, certified to carry 1000 to 1499 persons, A/Amax < 97.5%

Compliance with two compartment standard required.

SOLAS 74

II-1/8-2

November 1995 Conference

SOLAS Conf 3 Res. 1

Reference to tankers is deleted in examples for “spaces where flammable mixtures are liable to collect” (where restrictions for electrical equipment apply).

SOLAS 74

II-1/45.10

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

Electrical equipment and cables, in hazardous locations, must comply to minimum standards.

SOLAS 74

II-1/45.11

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

Amendments consequential to the changes in MARPOL Annex II, including re-categorisation of substances and revision of ship type and carriage requirements.

IBC Code

December 2004

MSC.176(79)/ MEPC.119(52)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Entry into force of the revised, editorially completely restructured Annex I. For cross-references between regulations of the old and new Annex I refer to Appendix 3 of this table.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I

December 2004

MEPC.117(52)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

New definitions, including “Special areas” and delivery dates of ships.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/1

December 2004

MEPC.117(52)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Stationary vessels (hotel ships, storage vessels, etc.) need not be provided with oil filtering equipment onboard, but must have an adequate onboard holding tank to retain all oily bilge water on board for subsequent discharge to reception facilities.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/14.3

December 2004

MEPC.117(52)

E

01.07.06

01.10.06

E

E

E

E

or 20 years after the keel laying date, whichever is later First periodical survey after that date)

280

01.01.07

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

(exp)

281

01.01.07

MSC.168(79)

E

(exp) (first scheduled dry-docking after that date) (in no case later than 01.07.09)

279

Standards (equivalent to IACS UR S 12 and 31) for side structures in single-side skin bulk carriers, referred to in SOLAS XII/14.

E

01.07.06 (exp) (first survey of the radio installation after that date)

278

Single-side skin bulk carriers, L ≥ 150 m, ≥ 10 years, cargo density ≥ 1780 kg/m3

N

N

N

(exp)

282

01.01.07

N/E N/E N/E N/E

(exp)

283

01.01.07 (exp)

284

01.01.07 (exp)

285

01.01.07 (exp)

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RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

Oil Tanker

Application Date

RoRo Passenger Vessel

No.

Passenger Vessel

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01.01.07

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Bunkering operations of fuel or bulk lubricating oil have to be recorded in the Oil Record Book Part I.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/17.2.5 December 2004

MEPC.117(52)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

All failures of the oil filtering equipment must be registered in the Oil Record Book Part I.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/17.5

December 2004

MEPC.117(52)

The pump room shall be provided with a double bottom having a minimum height of B/15 (not less than 1 m, needs not be more than 2 m).

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/22

December 2004

MEPC.117(52)

N/E N/E N/E

Entry into force of the revised, editorially completely restructured Annex II. For cross-references between regulations of the old and new Annex II refer to Appendix 4 of this table.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex II

December 2004

MEPC.118(52)

N/E N/E N/E

New definitions, including “NLS Tanker” (a ship, which may also be an oil tanker, constructed or adapted to carry any noxious liquid substance in bulk).

MARPOL 73/78

Annex II/1

December 2004

MEPC.118(52)

Conditions for granting exemptions for ships carrying vegetable oils from requirements on design, construction, equipment and operations (reg. 11 of Annex II).

MARPOL 73/78

Annex II/4.1.3

December 2004

MEPC.118(52)

Gas carriers may carry NLS when being provided with a NLS certificate, pumping arrangements for compliance with limitations on cargo residues and an approved cargo procedures and arrangements manual).

MARPOL 73/78

Annex II/5.3

December 2004

MEPC.118(52)

Introduction of a new classification system for noxious liquid substances (NLS).

MARPOL 73/78

Annex II/6

December 2004

MEPC.118(52)

Ships carrying substances in category Z need not to comply with quantity restrictions on cargo residues.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex II/12.4

December 2004

MEPC.118(52)

The discharge of cargo residues of substances in category Z may be made above the waterline.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex II/13.2.2 December 2004

MEPC.118(52)

N/E N/E N/E

The 12 nautical miles distance from the nearest land for discharge of residues in category Z may be waived by the administration in its territorial waters.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex II/13.2.3 December 2004

MEPC.118(52)

N/E N/E N/E

Any water subsequently introduced into a tank after discharge of category X substances may be discharged into the sea under the standards of reg. 13.2.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex II/13.6.1.2

December 2004

MEPC.118(52)

N/E N/E N/E

The discharge of clean or segregated ballast into the sea is not subject to the requirements of Annex II.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex II/13.7.2.3

December 2004

MEPC.118(52)

01.01.07

Tankers ≥ 5000 tdw

N

01.01.07 (exp)

291

01.01.07 (exp)

292

01.01.07

NLS tankers

N/E N/E

(exp)

293

N/E

01.01.07 (exp)

294

01.01.07

N/E N/E N/E

(exp)

295

01.01.07

E

E

E

E

E

E

(exp)

296

01.01.07

NLS tankers, not meeting the requirements for pumping and piping arrangements for cat. Z sustances

(exp)

297

01.01.07 (exp)

298

01.01.07 (exp)

299

Source

MEPC.117(52)

(exp)

290

Amendment

Annex I/14.5.2 December 2004

(exp)

289

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

MARPOL 73/78

(exp)

288

Instrument

The flag state Administration may waive the requirement to carry oil filtering equipment for any High-Speed Craft engaged in scheduled service with a turn around time of less than 24 hours, or on relocation voyage.

High speed craft

01.01.07 (exp)

287

Subject/Extract

Restrictions

Revision 5 • 01/05

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Operational requirements

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

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01.01.07

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

Oil Tanker

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Application Date

Passenger Vessel

No.

01.01.07

December 2004

MEPC.118(52)

N/E N/E N/E

Specification of measures of control by port states.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex II/16

December 2004

MEPC.118(52)

Establishing of reception facilities in a special area to be notified to the IMO by the governments involved at least 6 months in advance.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex II/18.3

December 2004

MEPC.118(52)

New regulation 13 requiring that the means for draining and pumping ballast tanks and bilges adressed by new regulation 12 shall be capable of being brought into operation from a readily accessible space.

SOLAS 74

XII/13

December 2002

MSC.134(76)

New section 5 for record of equipment, containing details of navigational systems and equipment.

1994 HSC Code

Annex I

June 2001

MSC.119(74)

Electrical equipment and cables installed in hazardous locations must comply with standards acceptable to the IMO.

IGC Code

10/1.4

December 2004

MSC.177(79)

Ships must be fitted with a VDR or a S-VDR (simplified voyage data recorder). Exemption possible for ships to be taken out of service within 2 years after the application date.

SOLAS 74

V/20.2.2 + 20.2.3

December 2004

MSC.170(79)

Ships shall not bear organotin compounds which act as biocides in anti-fouling systems on their hulls or shall bear a coating that forms a barrier to such compounds.

AFS 2001

Annex 1

E

01.07.07 (exp)(final date)

01.07.07

305

01.07.07

High-speed craft built under the provisions of the 1994 HSC-Code N

(exp)

306

01.07.07

Source

Annex II/14

01.01.07

304

Amendment

MARPOL 73/78

(exp)

303

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

A “Procedures and arrangements manual” for cargo and ballast handling must be carried onboard of every ship certified to carry category X, Z and Y substances. A standard format is given in APPENDIX 4 to Annex II.

(exp)

302

Instrument

N/E N/E N/E

(exp)

301

Subject/Extract

Restrictions

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

(exp) (first scheduled dry-docking after that date) (in no case later than 01.07.10)

Ships ≥ 3000 GT < 20000 GT, built before 01.07.02

307

01.01.08

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

308

01.07.08

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

Ships ≥ 500 GT, built before 01.07.02, domestic trade

Automatic Identification System to be fitted MSC.74(69) should be taken into account.

SOLAS 74

V/19.2.4.3

November 2000

MSC.99(73)

309

27.09.08

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

Ships built before 27.09.03 engaged on international voyages > 400GT, or certified to carry more than 15 persons

Entry into force of MARPOL (revised) Annex IV (Sewage).

MARPOL 73/78

Annex IV

March 2000

MEPC 44/20 annex 10

310

27.09.08

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

Ships built before 27.09.03 engaged on international voyages > 400GT, or certified to carry more than 15 persons

The ship is to be equipped with one of the following sewage systems: 1. a sewage treatment plant, 2. a sewage comminuting and disinfecting system, or 3. a holding tank for the retention of all sewage.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex IV/9

March 2000

MEPC 44/20 annex 10

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01.10.08

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

Oil Tanker

Application Date

RoRo Passenger Vessel

No.

Passenger Vessel

© Germanischer Lloyd

E

or 20 years after the keel laying date, whichever is later (First periodical survey after that date)

312

01.01.09

01.01.09

01.01.09

01.01.09

Compliance with two compartment standard required.

SOLAS 74

II-1/8-2

E

E

E

E

Vessels with ballast water capacity between 1500 m3 and 5000 m3

Ships must comply with either the Ballast Water Exchange Standard (regulation D-1), or with the Ballast Water Performance Standard (regulation D-2). After 01.01.2014 these ships have to comply with the Ballast Water Performance Standard (regulation D-2).

BWM Conv.

Regulation B-3.1.1

BWM/CONF/ 36

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

Vessels with ballast water capacity of less than 1500 m3 or greater than 5000 m3

Ships must comply with either the Ballast Water Exchange Standard (regulation D-1), or with the Ballast Water Performance Standard (regulation D-2). After 01.01.2016 these ships have to comply with the Ballast Water Performance Standard (regulation D-2).

BWM Conv.

Regulation B-3.1.2

BWM/CONF/ 36

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

Ships with ballast water Ships must comply with the Ballast Water Performance Standard (regulation D-2). capacity < 5000 m3

BWM Conv.

Regulation B-3.3

BWM/CONF/ 36

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

Vessels constructed in Ships must comply with either the Ballast Water Exchange Standard (regulation D-1), or with the Ballast Water or after 2009, but before Performance Standard (regulation D-2). After 01.01.2016 these ships have to comply with the Ballast Water 2012, with ballast water Performance Standard (regulation D-2). capacity ≥ 5000 m3

BWM Conv.

Regulation B-3.4

BWM/CONF/ 36

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December 2004

MEPC.117(52)

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/26.7

December 2004

MEPC.117(52)

Ships with sea chests connected to the cargo pipeline system must be provided with a sea chest valve and an isolation valve, and in addition with a positive means (e.g. spectacle piece) to isolate the cargo from the sea chest.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/30.7

December 2004

MEPC.117(52)

Ships built before 01.07.97, certified to carry 400 to 599 persons, A/Amax ≥ 97.5%

Compliance with two compartment standard required.

SOLAS 74

II-1/8-2

November 1995 Conference

SOLAS Conf 3 Res. 1

Ships built before 25.05.80

Upgrading of fire protection standards to comply with Ch. II-2 of SOLAS 1974.

SOLAS 74

II-2/41-1.2.4

April 1992

MSC.24(60)

Vessels with ballast water capacity ≥ 5000 m3, built on or after 01.01.12

Ships must comply with the Ballast Water Performance Standard (regulation D-2).

BWM Conv.

Regulation B-3.5

N

Requirements on accidential oil outflow performance introduced, based on the concept of probabilistic calculations. MARPOL 73/78

N

Limitations on size and arrangement of cargo tanks according to reg. 26 are not applicable to ships complying with the oil outflow criteria in regulation 23. Tankers ≥ 150 tdw

E

01.01.10

01.01.10 (exp)

318

N

01.01.10 (exp)

319

SOLAS Conf 3 Res. 1

E

(exp)

317

November 1995 Conference

Source

E

(exp)

316

Ships built before 01.07.97, certified to carry 600 to 999 persons, A/Amax < 97.5%

Amendment

E

(exp)

315

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

E

(exp)

314

Instrument

E

(exp)

313

Subject/Extract

Restrictions

Revision 5 • 01/05

01.10.10 or 20 years after the keel laying date, whichever is later (First periodical survey after that date)

320

01.10.10

E

E

321

01.01.12

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

(exp)

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

BWM/CONF/ 36

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Oil Tanker

Chemical Tanker

Gas Carrier

Bulk Carrier

Container Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

RoRo Cargo Vessel

01.01.14

RoRo Passenger Vessel

322

Application Date

Passenger Vessel

No.

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

Vessels built before Ships must comply with the Ballast Water Performance Standard (regulation D-2). 01.01.09 with ballast water capacity between 1500 m3 and 5000 m3

BWM Conv.

Regulation B-3.1.1

BWM/CONF/ 36

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

E

Vessels built before 01.01.09 with ballast water capacity of less than 1500m3 or greater than 5000 m3

Ships must comply with the Ballast Water Performance Standard (regulation D-2).

BWM Conv.

Regulation B-3.1.2

BWM/CONF/ 36

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

Vessels constructed in Ships must comply with the Ballast Water Performance Standard (regulation D-2). or after 2009, but before 2012, with ballast water capacity ≥ 5000 m3

BWM Conv.

Regulation B-3.4

BWM/CONF/ 36

(exp)

323

01.01.16 (exp)

324

01.01.16 (exp)

Restrictions

Subject/Extract

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Amendment

Source

not known yet

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

The “International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments, 2004” will enter into force 12 months after ratification by at least 30 states, representing at least 35% of the gross tonnage of the world's merchant shipping. However, (potentially retroactive) application dates for ballast water management are stated in reg. B-3 of the convention, starting in 2009.

326

not known yet

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

New Intact Stability Code, introducing dynamic intact stability criteria.

A.749(18)

327

20.11.06

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Ships shall be fitted with a system to automatically transmit information for its long-range identification and tracking by governments.

SOLAS 74

XI-2/14

Circ.letter 2595

325

II

II Proposed Legislation (selection)

(prop)

328

BWM/CONF/ 36

BWM Conv.

01.01.07

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

A set of as-built construction drawings and other plans showing any subsequent structural alterations shall be kept on board.

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-7

Circ.letter 2584

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

Ships shall be provided with equipment and fittings for the safe conduct of all anchoring, towing and mooring operations, clearly marked with any restrictions associated with its safe operation.

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-8

Circ.letter 2584

Ships shall be fitted with water level detectors in the cargo space(s) to give audible and visible alarm at the navigati- SOLAS 74 on bridge in case of water ingress.

II-1/23-3

Circ.letter 2584

Numerous amendments to MARPOL Annex VI regarding survey and certification.

MARPOL 73/78

Annex VI

Circ.letter 2598

Numerous amendments to the guidelines on the enhanced programme of inspections during surveys of bulk carriers and oil tankers (A.744(18)).

A.744(18)

(prop)

329

not known yet

330

not known yet

331

not known yet

332

not known yet

N/E N/E N/E Single hold ships not covered by damage stability requirements N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

E

E

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Appendix 1 Essential New Requirements of the 2000 Amendments to SOLAS chapter II-2 The following tables are taken from the “Fire Protection Pilot” which contains also detailed cross reference tables to the former versions of this chapter. This pilot may be obtained from Germanischer Lloyd AG and, in electronic format, from GL’s web site www.gl-group.com.

Regulation

New Requirement

Remarks

Regulation

New Requirement

Remarks

9.

Suppression of fire

15.

Instructions, on-board training and drills

9.2.2.3.4

Construction and arrangement of saunas perimeter of sauna C “A” class boundaries; insulated to “A-60” standard, except to spaces of categories (5), (9) and (10)

15.2.3

A training manual shall be provided

16.

Operations

16.1.2

Flammable vapour release from cargo tank venting shall be controlled

tanker

16.2

A fire safety operational booklet shall be provided

all ships

17.

Alternative design and arrangement

17.

Alternative design and arrangement may be provided based on an engineering analysis

9.3

9.7.2

new ships

Arrangement of ducts The galley ventilation system shall be separate from other systems

new cargo ships

Fire Fighting

10.5.6

Fixed local application fire-extinguishing systems Machinery spaces of cat. A above 500 m3 shall be provided with additional local fire-extinguishing systems at areas of high fire hazard

10.6.4

new ships

Penetrations in fire-resisting divisions and prevention of heat transmission Thermal bridges to be insulated for a distance of at least 450 mm

10.

Deep-fat cooking equipment Deep-fat cooking equipment shall be fitted with fire safety arrangements, including a fire-extinguishing system

13.

Means of escape

13.3.4 and 13.4.3

Emergency escape breathing device Emergency escape breathing devices shall be provided

13.4 13.4.1.1 and 13.4.2.1

Means of escape from machinery spaces Escape trunks shall have minimum internal dimensions of 800 x 800 mm

14.

Operational readiness and maintenance

14.2.2

A maintenance plan or programme shall be provided

all ships

new passenger ships of 500 GT and above new cargo ships of 2,000 GT and above existing passenger ships of 2,000 GT and above after 1.10.2005

new installations on all ships

all ships, see FSS-Code and GL-notes

new ships

all ships IMO MSC/Circ.850

new ships IMO MSC/Circ.1002

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New (or supplemented) Requirement

1.

Application

1.1

(Unless expressly provided otherwise:) Chapter V shall apply to any ship, vessel or craft irrespective of type and purpose

1.2

The Administration may decide to what extent the provisions of Chapter V apply to ships operating solely in waters landward of the baselines which are established in accordance with international law

1.4

The Administration shall determine to what extent the provisions of regulations 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28 do not apply to the following categories of ships:

Remarks

Regulation

New (or supplemented) Requirement

Remarks

17.

Electromagnetic compatibility

except warships and government vessels

17.1

All electrical and electronical equipment on the bridge or in vicinity of the bridge tested for electromagnetic compatibility (Res.A.813(19))

new ships*

depending on the Flag State: Provisions of the “Chapter V” could apply to ships operating in coastal services

17.2

Electromagnetic interference shall not affect proper function of navigational systems and equipment

new ships*

17.3

No use of portable electrical or electronic equipment on the bridge if it may affect the proper function of navigational systems and equipment

new ships*

18.

Approval, surveys and performance standards of navigational systems and equipment and voyage data recorder

18.8

The voyage data recorder system shall be subjected to an annual performance test

19.

Carriage requirements for shipborne navigational systems and equipment

depending on the Flag State: Provisions of the “Chapter V” should / could apply to

all ships*

1.4.1

– ships below 150 gross tonnage engaged on any voyage

1.4.2

– ships below 500 gross tonnage not engaged on international voyages

1.4.3

– fishing vessels

19.1.2.2

Radio direction finder (R.D.F.) no longer required, if fitted with receiverand position indicator complying with Reg.19.2.1.6

all ships

7.

Search and rescue services

19.2.1.1

Standard magnetic compass, independent of any power supply, heading readable at main steering position

new ships, irrespective of size*

7.3

On board plan for co-operation with SAR services in an event of emergency, approved by the Administration (MSC/Circ.864).

19.2.1.2

Pelorus, compass bearing device or other means to take bearings over an arc of the horizon of 360°, independent of any power supply

new ships, irrespective of size*

19.2.1.3

Means of correcting heading and bearings to true at all times

new ships, irrespective of size*

19.2.1.4

Nautical charts and publications to plan and display the ships' routeand to plot and monitor positions throughout the voyage, ECDIS may be accepted as meeting the chart carriage requirements

new ships, irrespective of size*

19.2.1.5

Back-up arrangement for ECDIS (e.g. paper nautical charts may be used)

new ships, irrespective of size*

19.2.1.6

Receiver for a global navigation satellite system or terrestrial radionavigation system (update the ship's position by automatic means)

existing ships* not later than first survey after 1. July 2002 and new ships, irrespective of size*

19.2.1.7

Radar reflector to enable detection by radar at both 9 and 3 GHz

new ships, less than 150 GT*

19.2.1.8

Sound reception system, when the ship's bridge is totally enclosed

new ships, irrespective of size*

(in former times) so called: “Non-Convention Ships”

passenger ships to which Chapter I applies

14.

Ships’ manning

14.3

Working language shall be established and recorded in the ships' log-book

all ships

14.4

English as working language for bridge-to-bridge and bridge-to-shore safety communication, and for communications on board between the pilot and the bridge watchkeeping personnel

all ships to which Chapter I applies

15.

15.

Principles relating to bridge design, design and arrangement of navigational systems and equipment and bridge procedures Guidelines on ergonomic criteria for bridge equipment and layout (MSC/Circ.982) Performance standards for IBS (MSC.64(67) Annex 1) and INS (MSC.86(70) Annex 3) should be observed

16.

Maintenance of equipment

16.

Maintenance of navigational equipment

all ships*

all ships*

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Remarks

Regulation

New (or supplemented) Requirement

Remarks

19.2.1.9

Telephone or other means to communicate heading information to emergency steering position

new ships, irrespective of size*

19.2.4.2.5 (revoked)



replaced by revised 19.2.4.2.4 (as adopted by SOLAS/CONF.5/32)

19.2.2.1

Spare magnetic compass, interchangeable with the standard compass or duplicate equipment

all ships of 150 GT and more, new passenger ships, irrespective of size*

19.2.4.2.6 (revoked)



replaced by revised 19.2.4.2.4 (as adopted by SOLAS/CONF.5/32)

Daylight signalling light, using an emergency source of electrical power not be solely dependent upon ship's main source of electrical power

all ships of 150 GT and more, new passenger ships, irrespective of size*

19.2.4.3

Automatic Identification System (A.I.S.)** not later than 1. July 2008

existing ships not engaged on international voyages*

19.2.3.1

Echo sounding device, or other electronic means, to measure and display the available depth of water

new ships of 300 GT and more and new passenger ships, irrespective of size*

19.2.5.1

Gyro compass, to determine and display heading and to transmit heading information for input to radar, A.I.S. and Automatic tracking aid

new ships of 500 GT and more

19.2.5.2 19.2.3.2

9 GHZ radar, at least one set

new ships of 300 GT and more and new passenger ships, irrespective of size*

Gyro compass heading repeater, to supply heading information at the emergency steering position

new ships of 500 GT and more

19.2.5.3

Gyro compass bearing repeater, to take bearings over an arc of the horizon of 360°

new ships of 500 GT and more (However if less than 1600 GT only as far as possible)

19.2.5.4

Rudder, propeller, thrust, pitch and operational mode indicators, (all to be readable from the conning position)

new ships of 500 GT and more

19.2.5.5

Automatic tracking aid, to plot automatically the range and bearing of other targets to determine collision risk

new ships of 500 GT and more

19.2.7.1

Second radar 3 GHz or 9 GHz, which is functionally independent of the other 9 GHz radar set referred to Reg.19.2.3.2

new ships of 3000 GT and more

19.2.7.2

Second automatic tracking aid, which is functionally independent of those referred to Reg.19.2.5.5

new ships of 3000 GT and more, but less than 10000 GT

19.2.8.1

Automatic Radar Plotting Aid (ARPA), to plot automatically the range and bearing of at least 20 other targets, connected to a device to indicate speed and distance through the water, to determine collision risks and simulate trial manoeuvre

new ships of 10000 GT and more

19.2.8.2

Heading and track control system (Autopilot), to automatically control and keep to a heading and / or straight track

new ships of 10000 GT and more

19.2.9.1

Rate of turn indicator, to determine and display the rate of turn (ROT)

new ships of 50000 GT and more

19.2.9.2

Speed and distance measuring device, to indicate speed and distance over the ground in the forward and athwartships direction

new ships of 50000 GT and more

19.6

Integrated bridge systems, provided with functionally independent sub-systems and automatically failure detection (audible and visual alarms)

MSC.64(67) + MSC.86(70) should be observed

19.2.2.2

19.2.3.3

Electronic plotting aid, to plot electronically the range and bearing of targets to determine collision risk

new ships of 300 GT and more and new passenger ships, irrespective of size*

19.2.3.4

Speed and distance measuring device, or other means to indicate speed and distance through the water

new ships of 300 GT and more and new passenger ships, irrespective of size*

19.2.3.5

19.2.4.1

19.2.4.2.1

Transmitting heading device, or other means to transmit heading information to radar, Electronic plotting aid and A.I.S.

new ships of 300 GT and more and new passenger ships, irrespective of size*

Automatic Identification System (A.I.S.)** (Acc. to Reg.19.2.4.5 “A.I.S.” shall provide automatically to shore stations, other ships and aircraft information, incl. ship‘s identity, type, position, course, speed, navigational status and other safety-related information; receive automatically such information from similary fitted ships; monitor and track ships; and exchange data with shore-based facilities.)

new ships of 300 GT and more (engaged on intern. voyages), new cargo ships, of 500 GT and more (not engaged on international voyages) and new passenger ships, irrespective of size*

Automatic Identification System (A.I.S.)** not later than 1. July 2003

existing passenger ships* (engaged on intern. voyages)

19.2.4.2.2

Automatic Identification System (A.I.S.)** not later than the first survey for safety equipment on or after 1. July 2003

existing tankers* (engaged on intern. voyages)

19.2.4.2.3

Automatic Identification System (A.I.S.)** not later than 1. July 2004

existing ships of 50000 GT and more(engaged on intern. voyages)

19.2.4.2.4 (revised)

Automatic Identification System (A.I.S.)** not later than the first survey for safety equipment on or after 1. July 2004 or by 31. December 2004 which ever occurs earlier

existing shipsof 300 GT and more(engaged on intern. voyages)

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New (or supplemented) Requirement

Remarks

20.

Voyage data recorders (V.D.R.)

20.1.1

Voyage data recorders to assist in casualty investigations

new passenger ships* (engaged on intern. voyages)

20.1.2

Voyage data recorders to be fitted not later than the first survey for safety equipment on or after 1. July 2002

existing ro-ro passenger ships* (engaged on intern. voyages)

20.1.3

Voyage data recorders** to be fitted not later than 1. January 2004

existing passenger ships* (engaged on intern. voyages)

20.1.4

Voyage data recorders

new ships of 3000 GT and more (engaged on intern. voyages)

28.

Records of navigational activities

28.

Record of navigational activities and incidents which are of importance to safety of navigation. When not maintained in the ship’s log-book, it shall be maintained in another form approved by the Administration

all ships* (when engaged on intern. voyages)

Descriptions / Definitions: all ships = new and existing ships, vessels or crafts irrespective of type and purpose (Ch.V Reg.2.3) existing ship = ship constructed before 1. July 2002 new ship = ship constructed on or after 1. July 2002 passenger ship = ship which carries more than twelve passengers Ro-Ro pass.ship = passenger ship with ro-ro cargo spaces tanker = ship constructed or adapted for the carriage in bulk of liquid cargoes of an inflammable nature Simplified conclusion of most important changes: (coming into effect 1. July 2002) Reg.1 Chapter V shall in general apply to any ship! (Scope of application to be decided by flag state!) Reg.14 Working language shall be established on all ships! Reg.15 Guidelines on ergonomic criteria for bridge layout should be observed (all ships) Reg.19.1.2.1 Radio direction-finding apparatus is no longer required (e.g. G.P.S. in lieu of R.D.F.)! Reg.19.2.1.4 ECDIS is not required, but may be accepted as meeting the chart carriage requirements! Reg.19.2.1.6 all ships shall be not later than first survey after 1. July 2002 fitted with automatic position indicator (e.g. GPS) Reg.19.2.4 A.I.S. will be mandatory for certain ships between 1. July 2002 and 1. July 2008! (Depending on ships type, size, date of construction, range of service and decision of flag state) Reg.19 Steering magnetic Compass (ex Reg.12.c) and means of communication between standard compass and normal navigation control position (ex Reg.12.b(i)(3)), are not longer mentioned in new Ch.V! Reg.20 V.D.R. will be mandatory for certain ships between 1. July 2002 and 1. January 2004 (New and existing passenger- and ro-ro-passenger ships, as well as other new ships of 3000 GT or more!) In addition to the above, the new Chapter V contains amendments to the requirements of other navigational equipment, such as: radar, plotting aid, transmitting heading device, rate of turn indicator, sound reception system, etc. **) The Administration shall determine to what extent the provisions of regulations 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28 do not apply to ships below 150 GT, ships below 500 GT (if not engaged on international voyage) or fishing vessels. (SOLAS New Ch.V Reg.1.4). **) Administration may exempt ships from the A.I.S. when such ships will be taken permanently out of service within 2 years after the a.m. implementation date (SOLAS New Ch.V Reg.19.2.4.4).

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Appendix 3 (Tab. 1) The complete revision of MARPOL annex I, adopted by MEPC 52 with resolution MEPC.117(52), includes a renumbering of regulations. The following table, based on MEPC/Circ.421, gives cross references between “old” and “new” regulations and vice versa. Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

1(1)

1.1

1(25)

1.26

4(4)(a)

6.4.1

9(1)(a)(ii)

34.1.2

10(2)(a), 2nd sentence

15.4

10(8)

38.7

1(2)

1.3

1(26)

1.28.4, 18.11

4(4)(b)

6.4.2

9(1)(a)(iii)

34.1.3

10(2)(b)

15.6

11(a)

4.1

1(3)

1.4

1(27)

1.28.3

4(4)(c)

6.4.3

9(1)(a)(iv)

34.1.4

10(3)(a)

34.4

11(b)

4.2

1(4)

1.5

1(28)

1.2

5(1)

7.1

9(1)(a)(v)

34.1.5

10(3)(b)

15.3

11(c)

4.3

1(5)

1.8

1(29)

1.6

5(2)

7.2

9(1)(a)(vi)

34.1.6

10(3)(b)(i)

15.3.4

12(1)

38.1

1(6)

1.28.2

1(30)

1.7

5(3)

Deleted

9(1)(b)

15.2, 15.2.4-5

10(3)(b)(ii)

15.3.5

12(2)

38.2

1(7)

1.28.1

1(31)

1.27

6(1)

8.1

9(1)(b)(i)

15.A

10(3)(b)(iii)

15.3.1

12(3)

38.3

1(8)(a)

1.9.1

2(1)

2.1

6(2)

8.2

9(1)(b)(ii)

15.2.1

10(3)(b)(iv)

15.3.3

12(4)

Deleted

1(8)(b)

1.9.2.1

2(2)

2.2

6(3)

8.3

9(1)(b)(iii)

15.2.3

10(3)(b)(iv)

15.3.3

12(5)

38.8

1(8)(c)

1.9.2.2

2(3)

2.3

6(4)

8.4

9(1)(b)(iv)

15.2.2

10(3)(b)(v)

15.3.2

13(1)

18.1

1(9)

1.10

2(4)(a)

3.1

7

9

9(2)

15.6

10(3)(b)(vi)

15.3.2

13(2)

18.2

1(10)

1.11

2(4)(b)

3.2

8(1)

10.1

9(3)

15.7, 34.7

10(4)(a)

15.8, 34.8

13(3)

18.3

1(11)

1.12

2(4)(c)

3.3

8(2)(a)

10.2.1

9(4)

34.2

10(4)(b)

15.9, 34.9

13(4)

18.4

1(12)

1.13

3(1)

5.1

8(2)(b)

10.2.2

9(5)

15.8, 34.8

10(5)

15.5, 34.5

13(5)

18.5

1(13)

1.14

3(2)

5.2

8(2)(c)

10.2.3

9(6)

15.9, 34.9

10(6)

15.7, 34.7

13(6)

33.1, 35.3

1(14)

1.15

4(1)

6.1

8(3)

10.3

9(7)

Deleted

10(7)(a)(i)

38.4

13(7)

18.6

1(15)

1.16

4(1)(a)

6.1.1

8(4)

10.4

10(1)(a)

1.11.1

10(7)(a)(ii)

38.5

13(8)

18.7, 35.3

1(16)

1.17

4(1)(b)

6.1.2

8(5)

10.5

10(1)(b)

1.11.2

10(7)(a)(iii)

Deleted

13(9)

Deleted

1(17)

1.18

4(1)(c)

6.1.3

8(6)

10.6

10(1)(c)

1.11.3

10(7)(a)(iv)

38.8

13(10)

18.8

1(18)

1.19

4(1)(d)

6.1.4

8(7)

10.7

10(1)(d)

1.11.4

10(7)(b)(i)

38.4

13(11)

18.9

1(19)

1.20

4(1)(e)

6.1.5

8(8)

10.8

10(1)(e)

1.11.5

10(7)(b)(ii)

38.5

13A(1)

18.8.1

1(20)

1.21

4(2)

6.2

8(9)

10.9

10(1)(f)

1.11.6

10(7)(b)(iii)

38.6.1

13A(2)

18.8.2

1(21)

1.22

4(3)(a)

6.3.1

8A

11

10(1)(g)

1.11.7

10(7)(b)(iv)

38.6.2

13A(3)

18.8.3

1(22)

1.23

4(3)(b)

6.3.2

9(1)

15.1, 34.1

10(1)(h)

1.11.8

10(7)(b)(v)

38.6.3

13A(4)

18.8.4

1(23)

1.24

4(3)(c)

6.3.3

9(1)(a)

34.1

10(2)

15.1

10(7)(b)(vi)

38.6.4

13B(1)

33.3

1(24)

1.25

4(3)(d)

6.3.4

9(1)(a)(i)

34.1.1

10(2)(a)

15.3, 34.3

10(7)(b)(vii)

38.6.5

13B(2)

33.2

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New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

13B(3)

Deleted

13F(4)(c)

19.4.3

13H(3)

21.3

15(2)(c)(i)

29.2.3.1

16(3)(a)(ii)

14.5.3.2

20(2)(a)(iv)

17.2.4

13B(4)

35.2

13F(5)

19.5

13H(4)(a)

21.4.1

15(2)(c)(ii)

29.2.3.2

16(3)(a)(iii)

14.5.3.3

20(2)(b)(i)

36.2.1

13B(5)

35.1

13F(6)

28.6

13H(4)(b)

21.4.2

15(2)(c)(iii)

29.2.3.3

16(3)(a)(iv)

14.5.3.4

20(2)(b)(ii)

36.2.2

13C(1)

2.5

13F(7)

19.6

13H(5)(a)

21.5.1

15(2)(d)

29.2.4

16(3)(a)(v)

14.5.3.5

20(2)(b)(iii)

36.2.3

13C(2)

2.6

13F(8)

19.7

13H(5)(b)

21.5.2

15(3)(a)

31.2, 31.3, 36.6

16(4)

14.6

20(2)(b)(iv)

36.2.4

13D(1)

18.10.1

13F(9)

19.8

13H(5)(c)

21.5.3

15(3)(b)

32

16(5)

14.7

20(2)(b)(v)

36.2.5

13D(1)(a)

18.10.1.1

13G(1)(a)

20.1.1

13H(5)(d)

21.5.4

15(3)(c)

31.4

16(6)

Deleted

20(2)(b)(vi)

36.2.6

13D(1)(b)

18.10.1.2

13G(1)(b)

20.1.2

13H(6)(a)

21.6.1

15(4)

34.6, 36.3

17(1)

12.1

20(2)(b)(vii)

36.2.7

13D(1)(c)

18.10.1.3

13G(1)(c)

20.1.3

13H(6)(b)

21.6.2

15(5)(a)

3.4

17(2)

12.3

20(2)(b)(viii)

36.2.8

13D(2)

18.10.2

13G(2)(a)

20.2.1

13H(7)(a)

21.7.1

15(5)(b)

3.5

17(3)

12.2

20(2)(b)(ix)

36.2.9

13D(3)

18.10.3

13G(2)(b)

20.2.2

13H(7)(b)

21.7.2

15(5)(b)(i)

3.5.1

18(1)

30.1

20(2)(b)(x)

36.2.10

13E(1)

18.12

13G(3)(a)

20.3.1

13H(8)(a)

21.8.1

15(5)(b)(ii)

3.5.2

18(2)

30.2

20(3)

17.3, 36.4

13E(2)

18.13

13G(3)(b)

20.3.2

13H(8)(b)

21.8.2

15(5)(b)(ii)(1)

3.5.2.1

18(3)

30.3

20(4)

17.4, 36.5

13E(3)

18.14

13G(3)(c)

20.3.3

13I

22

15(5)(b)(ii)(2)

3.5.2.2

18(4)

30.4

20(5)

17.6, 36.7

13E(4)

18.15

13G(4)

20.4

13I(1)

22.1

15(5)(b)(ii)(2)(aa)

3.5.2.2.1

18(5)

30.5

20(6)

17.7, 36.8

13E(4)(a)

18.15.1

13G(5)(a)

20.5.1

13I(2)

22.2

15(5)(b)(ii)(2)(bb)

3.5.2.2.2

18(6)

30.6

20(7)

36.9

13E(4)(b)

18.15.2

13G(5)(b)

20.5.2

13I(3)

22.3

15(5)(b)(ii)(3)

3.5.2.3

18(6)(a)

30.6.1

21

39

13F(1)(a) to (d)

1.28.6

13G(5)(c)

20.5.3

13I(4)

22.4

15(5)(b)(ii)(4)

3.5.2.4

18(6)(b)

30.6.2

22(1)

24.1

13F(2)(a)

19.2.1

13G(5)(d)

20.5.4

13I(5)

22.5

15(5)(b)(ii)(5)

3.5.2.5

18(6)(c)

30.6.3

22(1)(a)

24.1.1

13F(2)(b)

19.2.2

13G(6)

20.6

14(1)

16.1

15(5)(b)(ii)(6)

3.5.2.6

18(6)(d)

30.6.4

22(1)(b)

24.1.2

13F(3)(a)

19.3.1

13G(7)

20.7

14(2)

16.2

15(6)

Deleted

18(6)(e)

30.6.5

22(2)

24.2

13F(3)(b)

19.3.2

13G(8)(a)

20.8.1

14(3)

16.4

15(7)

2.4

19

13

23(1)

25.1

13F(3)(c)

19.3.3

13G(8)(b)

20.8.2

14(4)

16.3

16(1)

14.1

20(1)

17.1, 36.1

23(2)

25.2

13F(3)(d)

19.3.4

13H(1)(a)

21.1.1

14(5)

16.4

16(2)

14.2

20(2), 20(2)(a)

17.2

23(3)(a)

25.3.1-3

13F(3)(e)

19.3.5

13H(1)(b)

21.1.2

15(1)

29.1, 31.1, 32

16(3)(a)

14.5.1

20(2), 20(2)(b)

36.2

23(4)

25.4

13F(3)(f)

19.3.6

13H(2)(a)

21.2.1

15(2)(a)

29.2.1

16(3)(b)

14.4

20(2)(a)(i)

17.2.1

23(5)

25.5

13F(4)(a)

19.4.1

13H(2)(b)

21.2.2

15(2)(b)

29.2.2

16(3)(a)

14.5.3

20(2)(a)(ii)

17.2.2

24(1)

26.1

13F(4)(b)

19.4.2

13H(2)(c)

21.2.3

15(2)(c)

29.2.3, 29.3

16(3)(a)(i)

14.5.3.1

20(2)(a)(iii)

17.2.3

24(2)

26.2

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Old Reg.

New Reg.

24(3)

26.3

26(3)

37.3

24(4)

26.4

26(4)

37.4

24(5)

26.5

24(6)

26.6

25(1)

28.1

25(2)(a)

28.2.1

25(2)(b)

28.2.2

25(2)(c)

28.2.3

25(2)(d)

28.2.4

25(2)(e)

28.2.5

25(2)(f)

28.2.6

25(3)(a)

28.3.1

25(3)(b)

28.3.2

25(3)(c)

28.3.3

25(3)(d)

28.3.4

25(3)(e)

28.3.5

25(4)(a)

28.4.1

25(4)(b)

28.4.2

25(4)(c)

28.4.3

25(4)(d)

28.4.4

25(4)(e)

28.4.5

25(5)

28.5

25A(1)

1.28.7, 27.1

25A(2)

27.1

25A(3)

27.2

25A(4)

27.3

26(1)

37.1

26(2)

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New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

1.1

1(1)

1.19

1(18)

3.5.1

15(5)(b)(i)

6.4.3

4(4)(c)

14.5.1

16(3)(a)

15.6

9(2)

1.2

1(28)

1.20

1(19)

3.5.2

15(5)(b)(ii)

7.1

5(1)

14.5.2 (new text)

15.6

10(2)(b)

1.3

1(2)

1.21

1(20)

3.5.2.1

15(5)(b)(ii)(1)

7.2

5(2)

14.5.3

16(3)(a)

15.7

9(3)

1.4

1(3)

1.22

1(21)

3.5.2.2

15(5)(b)(ii)(2)

8.1

6(1)

14.5.3.1

16(3)(a)(i)

15.7

10(6)

1.5

1(4)

1.23

1(22)

3.5.2.2.1

15(5)(b)(ii)(2)(aa)

8.2

6(2)

14.5.3.2

16(3)(a)(ii)

15.8

9(5)

1.6

1(29)

1.24

1(23)

3.5.2.2.2

15(5)(b)(ii)(2)(bb)

8.3

6(3)

14.5.3.3

16(3)(a)(iii)

15.8

10(4)(a)

1.7

1(30)

1.25

1(24)

3.5.2.3

15(5)(b)(ii)(3)

8.4

6(4)

14.5.3.4

16(3)(a)(iv)

15.9

9(6)

1.8

1(5)

1.26

1(25)

3.5.2.4

15(5)(b)(ii)(4)

9

7

14.5.3.5

16(3)(a)(v)

15.9

10(4)(b)

1.9.1

1(8)(a)

1.27

1(31)

3.5.2.5

15(5)(b)(ii)(5)

10.1

8(1)

14.6

16(4)

16.1

14(1)

1.9.2.1

1(8)(b)

1.28.1

1(7)

3.5.2.6

15(5)(b)(ii)(6)

10.2.1

8(2)(a)

14.7

16(5)

16.2

14(2)

1.9.2.2

1(8)(c)

1.28.2

1(6)

4.1

11(a)

10.2.2

8(2)(b)

15.1

9(1) (part)

16.3

14(4)

1.10

1(9)

1.28.3

1(27)

4.2

11(b)

10.2.3

8(2)(c)

15.1

10(2) (part)

16.4

14(3)

1.11

1(10)

1.28.4

1(26)

4.3

11(c)

10.3

8(3)

15.A

9(1)(b)(i)

16.4

14(5)

1.11.1

10(1)(a)

1.28.5 (new text)

5.1

3(1)

10.4

8(4)

15.2

9(1)(b)

17.1

20(1)

1.11.2

10(1)(b)

1.28.6

13F(1)(a) to (d)

5.2

3(2)

10.5

8(5)

15.2.1

9(1)(b)(ii)

17.2

20(2), 20(2)(a)

1.11.3

10(1)(c)

1.28.7

25A(1)

6.1

4(1)

10.6

8(6)

15.2.2

9(1)(b)(iv)

17.2.1

20(2)(a)(i)

1.11.4

10(1)(d)

1.28.8 (new text)

6.1.1

4(1)(a)

10.7

8(7)

15.2.3

9(1)(b)(iii)

17.2.2

20(2)(a)(ii)

1.11.5

10(1)(e)

2.1

2(1)

6.1.2

4(1)(b)

10.8

8(8)

15.2.4

9(1)(b)

17.2.3

20(2)(a)(iii)

1.11.6

10(1)(f)

2.2

2(2)

6.1.3

4(1)(c)

10.9

8(9)

15.2.5

9(1)(b)

17.2.4

20(2)(a)(iv)

1.11.7

10(1)(g)

2.3

2(3)

6.1.4

4(1)(d)

11

8A

15.3

10(2)(a)

17.2.5 (new text)

1.11.8

10(1)(h)

2.4

15(7)

6.1.5

4(1)(e)

12.1

17(1)

15.3

10(3)(b)

17.3

20(3)

1.12

1(11)

2.5

13C(1)

6.2

4(2)

12.2

17(3)

15.3.1

10(3)(b)(iii)

17.4

20(4)

1.13

1(12)

2.6

13C(2)

6.3.1

4(3)(a)

12.3

17(2)

15.3.2

10(3)(b)(v), 10(3)(b)(vi)

17.5 (new text)

1.14

1(13)

3.1

2(4)(a)

6.3.2

4(3)(b)

13

19

15.3.3

10(3)(b)(iv)

17.6

20(5)

1.15

1(14)

3.2

2(4)(b)

6.3.3

4(3)(c)

14.1

16(1)

15.3.4

10(3)(b)(i)

17.7

20(6)

1.16

1(15)

3.3

2(4)(c)

6.3.4

4(3)(d)

14.2

16(2)

15.3.5

10(3)(b)(ii)

18.1

13(1)

1.17

1(16)

3.4

15(5)(a)

6.4.1

4(4)(a)

14.3 (new text)

15.4

10(2)(a), 2nd sentence

18.2

13(2)

1.18

1(17)

3.5

15(5)(b)

6.4.2

4(4)(b)

14.4

15.5

10(5)

18.3

13(3)

16(3)(b)

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New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

18.4

13(4)

19.3.3

13F(3)(c)

21.2.2

13H(2)(b)

25.3.1

23(3)(a)

28.4.1

25(4)(a)

31.1

15(1)

18.5

13(5)

19.3.4

13F(3)(d)

21.2.3

13H(2)(b)

25.3.2

23(3)(a)

28.4.2

25(4)(b)

31.2

15(3)(a)

18.6

13(7)

19.3.5

13F(3)(e)

21.3

13H(3)

25.3.3

23(3)(a)

28.4.3

25(4)(c)

31.3

15(3)(a)

18.7

13(8)

19.3.6

13F(3)(f)

21.4.1

13H(4)(a)

25.4

23(4)

28.4.4

25(4)(d)

31.4

15(3)(c)

18.8

13(10)

19.4.1

13F(4)(a)

21.4.2

13H(4)(b)

25.5

23(5)

28.4.5

25(4)(e)

32

15(1), 15(3)(b)

18.8.1

13A(1)

19.4.2

13F(4)(b)

21.5.1

13H(5)(a)

26.1

24(1)

28.5

25(5)

33.1

13(6)

18.8.2

13A(2)

19.4.3

13F(4)(c)

21.5.2

13H(5)(b)

26.2

24(2)

28.6

13F(6)

33.2

13B(2)

18.8.3

13A(3)

19.5

13F(5)

21.5.3

13H(5)(c)

26.3

24(3)

29.1

15(1)

33.3

13B(1)

18.8.4

13A(4)

19.6

13F(7)

21.5.4

13H(5)(d)

26.4

24(4)

29.2.1

15(2)(a)

34.1

9(1)

18.9

13(11)

19.7

13F(8)

21.6.1

13H(6)(a)

26.5

24(5)

29.2.2

15(2)(b)

34.1

9(1)(a)

18.10.1

13D(1)

19.8

13F(9)

21.6.2

13H(6)(b)

26.6

24(6)

29.2.3

15(2)(c)

34.1.1

9(1)(a)(i)

18.10.1.1

13D(1)(a)

20.1.1

13G(1)(a)

21.7.1

13H(7)(a)

26.7 (new text)

29.2.3.1

15(2)(c)(i)

34.1.2

9(1)(a)(ii)

18.10.1.2

13D(1)(b)

20.1.2

13G(1)(b)

21.7.2

13H(7)(b)

27.1

25A(1)

29.2.3.2

15(2)(c)(ii)

34.1.3

9(1)(a)(iii)

18.10.1.3

13D(1)(c)

20.1.3

13G(1)(c)

21.8.1

13H(8)(a)

27.1

25A(2)

29.2.3.3

15(2)(c)(iii)

34.1.4

9(1)(a)(iv)

18.10.2

13D(2)

20.2.1

13G(2)(a)

21.8.2

13H(8)(b)

27.2

25A(3)

29.2.4

15(2)(d)

34.1.5

9(1)(a)(v)

18.10.3

13D(3)

20.2.2

13G(2)(b)

22

13I

27.3

25A(4)

29.3

15(2)(c)

34.1.6

9(1)(a)(vi)

18.11

1(26)

20.3.1

13G(3)(a)

22.1

13I(1)

28.1

25(1)

30.1

18(1)

34.2

9(4)

18.12

13E(1)

20.3.2

13G(3)(b)

22.2

13I(2)

28.2.1

25(2)(a)

30.2

18(2)

34.3

10(2)(a)

18.13

13E(2)

20.3.3

13G(3)(c)

22.3

13I(3)

28.2.2

25(2)(b)

30.3

18(3)

34.4

10(3)(a)

18.14

13E(3)

20.4

13G(4)

22.4

13I(4)

28.2.3

25(2)(c)

30.4

18(4)

34.5

10(5)

18.15

13E(4)

20.5.1

13G(5)(a)

22.5

13I(5)

28.2.4

25(2)(d)

30.5

18(5)

34.6

15(4)

18.15.1

13E(4)(a)

20.5.2

13G(5)(b)

23 (new text)

28.2.5

25(2)(e)

30.6

18(6)

34.7

9(3)

18.15.2

13E(4)(b)

20.6

13G(6)

24.1

22(1)

28.2.6

25(2)(f)

30.6.1

18(6)(a)

34.7

10(6)

19.1

13F(1)

20.7

13G(7)

24.1.1

22(1)(a)

28.3.1

25(3)(a)

30.6.2

18(6)(b)

34.8

9(5)

19.2.1

13F(2)(a)

20.8.1

13G(8)

24.1.2

22(1)(b)

28.3.2

25(3)(b)

30.6.3

18(6)(c)

34.8

10(4)(a)

19.2.2

13F(2)(b)

21.1.1

13H(1)(a)

24.2

22(2)

28.3.3

25(3)(c)

30.6.4

18(6)(d)

34.9

9(6)

19.3.1

13F(3)(a)

21.1.2

13H(1)(b)

25.1

23(1)

28.3.4

25(3)(d)

30.6.5

18(6)(e)

34.9

10(4)(b)

19.3.2

13F(3)(b)

21.2.1

13H(2)(a)

25.2

23(2)

28.3.5

25(3)(e)

30.7 (new text)

35.1

13B(5)

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Old Reg.

35.2

13B(4)

38.4

10(7)(b)(i)

35.3

13(8) last sentence

38.5

10(7)(a)(ii)

36.1

20(1)

38.5

10(7)(b)(ii)

36.2

20(2), 20(2)(b)

38.6.1

10(7)(b)(iii)

36.2.1

20(2)(b)(i)

38.6.2

10(7)(b)(iv)

36.2.2

20(2)(b)(ii)

38.6.3

10(7)(b)(v)

36.2.3

20(2)(b)(iii)

38.6.4

10(7)(b)(vi)

36.2.4

20(2)(b)(iv)

38.6.5

10(7)(b)(vii)

36.2.5

20(2)(b)(v)

38.7

10(8)

36.2.6

20(2)(b)(vi)

38.8

10(7)(a)(iv)

36.2.7

20(2)(b)(vii)

38.8

12(5)

36.2.8

20(2)(b)(viii)

39

21

36.2.9

20(2)(b)(ix)

36.2.10

20(2)(b)(x)

36.3

15(4)

36.4

20(3)

36.5

20(4)

36.6

15(3)(a)

36.7

20(5)

36.8

20(6)

36.9

20(7)

37.1

26(1)

37.2

26(2)

37.3

26(3)

38.1

12(1)

38.2

12(2)

38.3

12(3)

38.4

10(7)(a)(i)

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New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

1(1)

1.16.1

3(1)(a)

6.1.1

5(5)

13.3

5A(3)

12.2

7(1)

18.1

8(5)(b)(i)

13.4.1

1(2)

1.3

3(1)(b)

6.1.2

5(6)

13.1.3

5A(4)(a)

12.1

7(1)(a)

18.1.1

8(5)(b)(ii)

13.4.2

1(3)

1.3

3(1)(c)

6.1.3

5(7)

13.1.1, 13.1.2, 13.2.1

5A(4)(b)

Deleted

7(1)(b)

18.1.2

8(5)(b)(iii)

13.4.3

1(4)

1.9

3(1)(d)

6.1.4

5(7)(a)

13.2.1.1

5A(5)

12.5

7(2)

18.2

8(6)

Deleted

1(5)

1.7

3(1)

6.1

5(7)(b)

13.2.1.2

5A(6)(a)

4.2

7(3)

18.4

8(6)(a)

13.6.1.1

1(6)

1.10

3(2)

6.2

5(7)(c)

13.2.1.3

5A(6)(a)(i)

4.2.1

7(4)

18.5

8(6)(b)

Deleted

1(7)

Deleted

3(3)

Deleted

5(8)

13.1.1, 13.1.2, 13.2.1

5A(6)(a)(ii)

4.2.2

8(1)(a)

16.1

8(6)(c)

13.4

1(8)

Deleted

3(4)

6.3

5(8)(a)

13.2.1.1

5A(6)(b)

4.3

8(1)(b)

16.2

8(6)(c)(i)

13.4.1

1(9)

Deleted

4

Deleted

5(8)(b)

Deleted

5A(6)(b)(i)

4.3.1

8(1)(c)

Deleted

8(6)(c)(ii)

13.4.2

1(9A)

13.8.1

5(1)

13.1.1, 13.1.2, 13 2.1

5(8)(c)

Deleted

5A(6)(b)(ii)

4.3.2

8(2)(a)

13.6.1.1

8(6)(c)(iii)

13.4.3

1(10)

1.4

5(1)(a)

13.2.1.1

5(8)(d)

13.2.1.2

5A(6)(b)(iii)

4.3.3

8(2)(b)

13.4

8(7)

Deleted

1(11)

1.4

5(1)(b)

13.2.1.2

5(8)(e)

13.2.1.3

5A(6)(b)(iv)

4.3.4

8(2)(b)(i)

13.4.1

8(7)(a)

13.6.1.1

1(12)(a)

1.14.1.1

5(1)(c)

13.2.1.3

5(9)

13.1.1, 13.1.2, 13.2.1

5A(6)(b)(v)

4.3.5

8(2)(b)(ii)

13.4.2

8(7)(b)

Deleted

1(12)(b)

1.14.1.2

5(2)

13.1.1, 13.1.2, 13.2.1

5(9)(a)

13.2.1.1

5A(7)

4.4, 12.7

8(2)(b)(iii)

13.4.3

8(7)(c)

13.4

1(12)

1.14

5(2)(a)

13.2.1.1

5(9)(b)

Deleted

5A(7)(a)

4.4.1

8(3)

13.6.1.1

8(7)(c)(i)

13.4.1

1(13)(a)

1.14.2.1

5(2)(b)

Deleted

5(9)(c)

Deleted

5A(7)(b)

4.4.2

8(4)

13.6.1.3, 16.5

8(7)(c)(ii)

13.4.2

1(13)(b)

1.14.2.2

5(2)(c)

Deleted

5(9)(d)

13.2.1.2

5A(7)(c)

4.4.3

8(4)(a)

13.6.1.3.1

8(7)(c)(iii)

13.4.3

1(14)

1.1

5(2)(d)

13.2.1.2

5(9)(e)

13.2.1.3

5A(7)(c)(i)

4.4.3.1

8(4)(b)

13.6.1.3.2

8(8)

Deleted

2(1)

2.1

5(2)(e)

13.2.1.3

5(10)

13.3

5A(7)(c)(ii)

4.4.3.2

8(4)(b)(i)

16.5.1

8(9)

Deleted

2(2)

2.2

5(3)

13.1.1, 13.1.2, 13.2.1

5(11)

13.1.3

5A(7)(d)

4.4.4

8(4)(b)(ii)

16.5.2

9(1)

15.1

2(3)

Deleted

5(3)(a)

13.2.1.1

5(12)

Deleted

5A(7)(e)

4.4.5

8(4)(b)(iii)

16.5.3

9(2)

15.2

2(4)

Deleted

5(3)(b)

Deleted

5(13)

Deleted

6(a)

3.1, 3.1.1

8(5)

13.7.1.1

9(3)

15.3

2(5)

5.1

5(3)(c)

Deleted

5(14)

13.8.2

6(b)

3.1.2

8(5)(a)

13.6.1.1

9(4)

Deleted

2(6)

5.2

5(3)(d)

13.2.1.2

5A(1)

12.2

6(b)(i)

3.1.2.1

8(5)(a)(i)

Deleted

9(5)

15.4

2(7)(a)

4.1.1

5(3)(e)

13.2.1.3

5A(2)(a)

12.1

6(b)(ii)

3.1.2.2

8(5)(a)(ii)

Deleted

9(6)

15.5

2(7)(b)

4.1.2

5(4)

Deleted

5A(2)(b)

Deleted

6(c)

3.1.2.3

8(5)(b)

13.4

9(7)

15.6

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New Reg.

Old Reg.

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10(1)

8.1

12(4)

10.4

16(1)

17.1

10(1)(a)

8.1.1

12(5)

10.5

16(2)

17.2

10(1)(b)

8.1.2

12(6)

10.6

16(2)(a)

17.2.1

10(1)(c)

8.1.3

12(7)

10.7

16(2)(b)

17.2.2

10(1)(d)

8.1.4

12(8)

10.8

16(2)(c)

17.2.3

10(1)(e)

8.1.5

12(8)(a)

10.8.1

16(2)(d)

17.2.4

10(2)(a)

8.2.1

12(8)(b)

10.8.2

16(3)

17.3

10(2)(b)

8.2.3, 8.2.4

12(8)(c)

10.8.3

10(2)(b)(i)

8.2.3.1

12(9)

10.9

10(2)(b)(ii)

8.2.3.2

12(9)(a)

10.9.1

10(2)(c)

8.2.5

12(9)(b)

10.9.2

10(2)(d)

8.2.6

12(9)(c)

10.9.3

10(3)(a)

8.3.1

12A

7

10(3)(b)

8.3.2

13(1)

11.1

10(3)(c)

8.3.3

13(2)

11.1.1

11(1)

9.1

13(3)

Deleted

11(2)

9.2

13(3)(a)

11.1.2

11(3)(a)

9.3.1

13(3)(a)(i)

11.1.2.1

11(3)(b)

9.3.2

13(3)(a)(ii)

11.1.2.2

11(3)(c)

9.3.3

13(3)(b)

11.1.3

11(3)(d)

9.3.4

13(3)(b)(i)

11.1.3.1

11(4)

9.4

13(3)(b)(ii)

11.1.3.2

11(5)

Deleted

13(4)

11.2

12(1)

10.1

14

Deleted

12(2)(a)

10.2.1

15(1)

16.9.1

12(2)(b)

10.2.2

15(2)

16.9.2

12(2)(c)

10.2.3

15(3)

16.9.3

12(3)

10.3

15(4)

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New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

1.1

1(14)

3.1.1

6(a)

5.3 (new text)

1.2

1.3.6 *

3.1.2

6(b)

6.1

1.3

1(2), (1)(3)

3.1.2.1

6(b)(i)

1.4

1(10), 1(11)

3.1.2.2

1.5 (new text)

3.1.2.3

1.6 (new text)

4.1 (new text)

1.7

1(5)

1.8 (new text)

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

New Reg.

Old Reg.

9.3.1

11(3)(a)

11.1.3.1

13(3)(b)(i)

13.4

8(2)(b), 8(5)(b), (6)(c),8(7)(c)

3(1)

9.3.2

11(3)(b)

11.1.3.2

12(3)(b)(ii) 13.4.1

6.1.1

3(1)(a)

9.3.3

11(3)(c)

11.2

13(4)

8(2)(b)(i), 8(6)(c)(i), 8(7)(c)(i)

6(b)(ii)

6.1.2

3(1)(b)

9.3.4

11(3)(d)

12.1

5A(2)(a), 5A(4)(a)

13.4.2

8(2)(b)(ii), 8(6)(c)(ii), 8(7)(c)(ii)

6(c)

6.1.3

3(1)(c)

9.4

11(4)

12.2

5A(1), 5A(3) 13.4.3

6.1.4

3(1)(d)

10.1

12(1)

12.4 (new text)

8(2)(b)(iii), 8(5)(b)(iii), (6)(c)(iii), (7)(c)(iii)

13.5.1

1.8.1 *

13.5.2

1.8.2 *

13.6.1.1

8(2)(a), 8(3), 8(5)(a), 8(6)(a), 8(7)(a)

4.1.1

2(7)(a)

6.2

3(2)

10.2.1

12(2)(a)

12.5

5A(5)

4.1.2

2(7)(b)

6.3

3(4)

10.2.2

12(2)(b)

12.6

5A(6)

7

12A

10.2.3

12(2)c

12.7

5A(7)

1.9

1(4)

4.1.3 (new text)

1.10

1(6)

4.2

5A(6)(a)

8.1

10(1)

10.3

12(3)

12.8

3.4.1 *

4.2.1

5A(6)(a)(i)

8.1.1

10(1)(a)

10.4

12(4)

12.9

3.5.1 *

13.6.1.2 (new text)

1.11 (new text) 1.12

1.3.3 *

4.2.2

5A(6)(a)(ii)

8.1.2

10(1)(b)

10.5

12(5)

12.10

3.5.2 *

13.6.1.3

8(4)

1.13

1.3.4 *

4.3

5A(6)(b)

8.1.3

10(1)(c)

10.6

12(6)

12.11

3.6.1 *

13.6.1.3.1

8(4)(a)

1.14.1

1(12)

4.3.1

5A(6)(b)(i)

8.1.4

10(1)(d)

10.7

12(7)

13.1.1

5(1), 5(2), 5(3), 5(7), 5(8), 5(9)

13.6.1.3.2

8(4)(b)

1.14.1.1

1(12)(a)

4.3.2

5A(6)(b)(ii)

8.1.5

10(1)(e)

10.8

12(8)

13.7.1.1

8(5)

13.1.2

5(1), 5(2), 5(3), 5(7), 5(8), 5(9)

13.7.1.2

8(5)(a)(ii)

1.14.1.2

1(12)(b)

4.3.3

5A(6)(b)(iii)

8.2.1

1.14.2.1

1(13)(a)

4.3.4

5A(6)(b)(iv)

8.2.2 (new text)

1.14.2.2

1(13)(b)

4.3.5

5A(6)(b)(v)

8.2.3

1.15.1.1

1.3.7.1 *

4.4

5A(7)

8.2.3.1

10(1)(a)

10.8.1

12(8)(a)

10.8.2

12(8)(b)

13.1.3

5(6), 5(11)

13.7.1.3

5.3.1 *

10(2)(b)

10.8.3

12(8)(c)

13.2.1

5(1), 5(2), 5(3), 5(7), 5(8), 5(9)

13.7.1.3.1

5.3.1 *

10(2)(b)(i)

10.9

12(9)

13.7.1.3.2

5.3.2 *

13.2.1.1

5(1)(a), 5(2)(a), 5(3)(a), 5(7)(a), 5(8)(a), 5(9)(a)

13.7.1.3.3

5.3.3 *

13.7.2.1

5.7.1 *

13.7.2.2

5.7.2 *

1.15.1.2

1.3.7.2 *

4.4.1

5A(7)(a)

8.2.3.2

10(2)(b)(ii)

10.9.1

12(9)(a)

1.15.2

1.3.8 *

4.4.2

5A(7)(b)

8.2.4

10(2)(b)

10.9.2

12(9)(b) 13.2.1.2

1.16.1

1(1)

1.16.2 (new text)

4.4.3

5A(7)(c)

8.2.5

10(2)(c)

10.9.3

12(9)(c)

4.4.3.1

5A(7)(c)(i)

8.2.6

10(2)(d)

11.1

13(1)

13.7.2.3 (new text) 13.2.1.3

1.17.1

1.3.9.1 *

4.4.3.2

5A(7)(c)(ii)

8.3.1

10(3)(a)

11.1.1

13(2)

1.17.2

1.3.9.2 *

4.4.4

5A(7)(d)

8.3.2

10(3)(b)

11.1.2

13(3)(a)

5(1)(b), 5(2)(d), 5(3)(d), 5(7)(d), 5(8)(d), 5(9)(d) 5(1)(c), 5(2)(e), 5(3)(e), 5(7)(e), 5(8)(e), 5(9)(e)

13.8.1

1(9A)

13.8.2

5(14)

13.2.2 (new text) 2.1

2(1)

4.4.5

5A(7)(e)

8.3.3

10(3)c

11.1.2.1

12(3)(a)(i)

14.1 (new text) 13.2.3 (new text)

2.2

2(2)

5.1

2(5)

9.1

11(1)

11.1.2.2

13(3)(a)(ii)

14.2 (new text) 13.3

3.1

6(a)

5.2

2(6)

9.2

* Annex II, Standards for procedures and arrangements for the discharge of noxious liquid substances.

11(2)

11.1.3

12(3)(b)

5(5), 5(10) 15.1

9(1)

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New Reg.

Old Reg.

15.2

9(2)

18.1

7(1)

15.3

9(3)

18.1.1

7(1)(a)

15.4

9(5)

18.1.2

7(1)(b)

15.5

9(6)

18.2

7(2)

15.6

9(7)

18.3 (new text)

16.1

8(1)(a)

18.4

7(3)

18.5

7(4)

16.2 (new text) 16.3

8(1)(b)

16.4 (new text) 16.5

8(4), 8(4)(b)

16.5.1

8(4)(b)(i)

16.5.2

8(4)(b)(ii)

16.5.3

8(4)(b)(iii)

16.6 (new text) 16.7 (new text) 16.8 (new text) 16.9 (new text) 16.9.1

15(1)

16.9.2

15(2)

16.9.3

15(3)

16.9.4

15(4)

17.1

16(1)

17.2

16(2)

17.2.1

16(2)(a)

17.2.2

15(2)(b)

17.2.3

16(2)(c)

17.2.4

15(2)(d)

17.3

16(3)

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Conventions SOLAS 74

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I954E

Conventions Intervention Convention, 1969

International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea 2001/2002 amendments, containing all SOLAS amendments adopted in June 2001, May 2002 and December 2002

I171E

2004 (consolidated) edition, incorporating all amendments in effect from 1 July 2004

ID110E

1989 (initial) edition, Protocol of 1988 relating to SOLAS 74

I150E

International Convention Relating to Intervention on the High Seas in Cases of Oil Pollution Casualties 1977 edition, containing also the 1973 Intervention Protocol

AFS 2001

BWM 2004 MARPOL 73/78

2002 (consolidated) edition, incorporating all amendments up to the 2000 amendments and containing, in addition, the new annex VI (not yet in force)

IB520E

Ballast Water Convention

1997 edition, Annex VI of MARPOL 73/78, containing the protocol of 1997, the new annex VI and the eight conference resolutions including the NOx Technical Code

I664E

International Convention on Load Lines 2002 edition, containing a.) the original LL Convention text b.) the consolidated text of the Convention as modified by the 1988 Protocol c.) the articles of the 1988 Protocol d.) IMO LL3 Circulars up to 2001

IA701E

1989 (initial) edition, Protocol of 1988 relating to the LLC 66

I709E

2003 amendments, Protocol of 1988 relating to the LLC 66

IA709E

COLREG 72

BLU Code

I713E Diving Systems Code

Convention on the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea 2003 (consolitated) edition, incorporating amendments adopted up to November 2001

DSC Code STCW

I266E

Code of Safe Practice for Cargo Stowage and Securing 1994/1995 amendments

I295E

2003 edition

IA292E

Code of Safety for Diving Systems 1997 edition

IB904E

IA772E

Code of Practice for the Safe Loading and Unloading of Bulk Carriers 1998 edition

CSS Code

IC260E

Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk 1993 edition, incorporating amendments adopted by the MSC and the MEPC up to December 1992, except res. MSC.18(58) and MEPC.56(33) relating to the harmonised system on survey and certification

International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships 1970 (initial) edition

Code of Safe Practice for Solid Bulk Cargoes 2001 edition, incorporating 1998 amendments

BCH Code

TC 69

I620M

Codes BC Code

Load Line Protocol

I680E

International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships 2004 (initial) edition

Load Line 66

I402E

International Convention on the Control of Harmful Anti-Fouling systems on ships 2001 (initial) edition

SOLAS Protocol

IMO Sales Number

Code of Safety for Dynamically Supported Craft

IA808E I805E

International Convention on Seafarers’ Training, Certification and Watchkeeping 1978 (initial) edition 1996 edition, containing the complete text of the convention as amended in 1995 and revised annex plus STCW Code

IB904E

1997 amendments 1

IB938E

2001 amendments 2

I945E

FSS Code

International Code for Fire Safety Systems

I155E

2001 (initial) edition FTP Code

International Code for Application of Fire Test Procedures 1998 (initial) edition

IB884E

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Codes GC Code

2003 edition, containing resolutions MCS.48(66) and MSC.81(70) MODU Code

STCW Code I185E

INF Code

I104E

SOLAS Resolutions

ID200E

2002 supplement

IC210E

2004 edition, incorporating amendment 32-04

IE200E

2004 supplement

IE210E

I954E

I275E

Resolutions of the 1997 Solas Conference Relating to Bulk Carrier Safety

ESP Guidelines

I160E

Guidelines on the Enhanced Programme of Inspections during Surveys of Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers 2001 (consolidated) edition, contains resolution A.744(18), incorporating all amendments up to December 2000

IAMSAR Manual

I265E

International Aeronautical and Maritime Search and Rescue Manual

International Code for the Safe Carriage of Packaged Irradiated Nuclear Fuel, Plutonium and High-Level Radioactive Wastes in Flasks on Board Ships

2003 edition, incorporating 2001 and 2002 amendments

IB960E, I961E, IA962E (volumes 1, 2, 3 respectively)

2001/2002/2003 amendments to volume II

I963E

2003 amendments to volume I

IA965E

2003 amendments to volume III

IB964E

IB270E

IA874E

International Safety Management Code

Guidelines Emergency Plans

Guidelines for the development of ship-board marine pollution emergency plans

2002 (consolidated) edition, incorporating amendments up to November 2001

IA586E

2001 edition For further enquiries please contact:

International Ship and Port Facility Security Code 2003 (initial) edition

2001 amendment 2

1999 edition, containing conference resolutions 2 to 9

IA117E

ISPS Code

I945E

Other Instruments

Intact Stability Code

ISM Code

1997 amendment 1

1991 (initial) edition

2002 edition, incorporating amendment 31-02

2002 (consolidated) edition, consists of the text of resolution A.749(18), as amended by MSC.75(69)

IB938E

Code of Safe Practice for Ships Carrying Timber Deck Cargoes

International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code

2000 (initial) edition

1996 (consolidated) edition, incorporating amendments adopted in May/June 1997

IB100E Timber Code

IMDG Code

Seafarers’ Training, Certification and Watchkeeping Code

International Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk 1993 edition, incorporating amendments adopted by the MSC in December 1992, supplement containing amendments adopted in May 1994 and December 1996 is included

I820E

1984 edition

International Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk 1998 edition, incorporating amendments adopted up to 1996 by MSC and 1997 by MEPC

IGC Code

Code for Safety for Special Purpose Ships

I187E

International Code of Safety for High-Speed Craft

IA811E

2001 (consolidated) edition SPS Code

IC982E

Code for the Construction and Equipment of Mobile Offshore Drilling Units

I240E

International Code of Safety for High-Speed Craft

2000 (initial) edition IBC Code

IMO Sales Number

International Life-Saving Appliance Code

I782E

International Code for the Safe Carriage of Grain in Bulk

1995 (initial) edition HSC Code (2000)

LSA Code

Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk

1991 (initial) edition HSC Code (1994)

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1983 edition Grain Code

Instrument

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Chpt. / Reg.

Source

Subject

2

3

4

5

6

A.948(23)

SOLAS 74 MARPOL 73/78 ILLC 66 IBC Code IGC Code BCH Code

-

SOLAS 74 MARPOL 73/78 ILLC 66

-

SOLAS 74

I/19 IX/6 XI-1/4

MSC/Circ.1011 MEPC/Circ.383

I/19

MSC/Circ.1113

SOLAS 74

MARPOL 73/78

BCH Code

Revised Survey Guidelines under the Harmonized System of Survey and Certification (HSSC) (replaces A.746(18))

Annex I/9+16

Appendix

MSC/Circ.1012 MEPC/Circ.384

MEPC/Circ.411

MSC.181(79)

Endorsement of Certificates with the date of completion of the survey on which they are based. “Completion date of the survey on which this certificate is based: dd/mm/yy”. Measures to improve Port State Control Procedures

-

MSC/Circ.946 FAL/Circ.90 MEPC/Circ.368

Revised list of certificates to be carried on board ships

MSC/Circ.956

Guidelines for unscheduled inspections of ro-ro passenger ships by flag states

MSC/Circ.1052

National contact points for safety and pollution prevention

MSC/Circ.1070

Guidelines for the survey of repairs

MSC/Circ.953 MEPC/Circ.372

Reports on marine casualties and incidents

Guidance for port state officers on issues related to the form of the oil record book part I

20

SOLAS 74

V/33

A.949(23)

Guidelines on Places of Refuge for Ships in need of Assistance

21

-

-

MSC/Circ.1015

Reporting near misses

Amendments to the “Model Form of Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk”. Added the completion date of the survey on which the certificate is based.

9

Diving System Code

Appendix

MSC.185(79)

Amendments to the “Model Form of Diving System Safety Certificat”. Added the completion date of the survey on which the certificate is based.

10

DSC Code

Annex 1

MSC.186(79)

Amendments to the “Sample of the Dynamically Supported Craft Construction and Equipment Certificate”. Added the completion date of the survey on which the certificate is based.

Annex BAnnex 12

MSC/Circ.1055

Casualties, Distress, Incidents, Incident prevention

I/21 Articles 8 + 12

Amendments to the “Form of Safety Certificates for Special Purpose Ships”. Added the completion date of the survey on which the certificate is based.

MSC.184(79)

-

-

SOLAS 74 MARPOL 73/78

MSC.183(79)

Appendix

17

-

19

Appendix

MSC.187(79)

16

Guidance to port state officers on the non-security related elements of the 2002 SOLAS amendments (AIS, Ship Identification No., CSR)

SPS Code

A.744(18)

15

-

Maritime Assistance Services (MAS)

8

13

-

A.950(23)

Amendments to the “Model Form of Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Liquefied Gases in Bulk”. Added the completion date of the survey on which the certificate is based.

A.673(16)

14

-

MSC.182(79)

Appendix

Subject

SOLAS 74 MARPOL 73/78

Appendix

12

Source

18

GC Code

MODU Code

Chpt. / Reg.

-

7

11

Instrument

Surveys, certificates and Port State Control

Surveys, certificates and Port State Control 1

No.

Amendments to the “Model Form of Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit Safety Certificate (1989)”. Added the completion date of the survey on which the certificate is based. Amendments to the Guidelines for the transport and handling of limited amounts of hazardous and noxious liquid substances in bulk on offshore support vessels. The completion date of the survey on which the certificate is based is added to the “Model Form of Certificate of Fitness”. Guidelines on the sampling method of thickness measurements for longitudinal strength evaluation and repair methods.

Subdivision, stability, machinery and electrical installation 22

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-4

MSC.132(75)

Adoption of amendments to the guidelines for emergency towing arrangements on tankers

23

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-4

MSC/Circ.966

IACS Unified Interpretation - SC 113 Emergency Towing Arrangements on Tankers - Prototype Test

24

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-6

MSC.133(76)

Adoption of technical provisions for means of access for inspections

25

SOLAS 74 MSC.133(76)

II-1/3-6

MSC/Circ.1107

Application in advance of SOLAS regulation II-1/3-6 on access to and within spaces in, and forward of, the cargo area of oil tankers and bulk carriers and application of the technical provisions for means of access of inspections

26

SOLAS 74

II-1/25-8.1

MSC/Circ.998

IACS Unified Interpretation regarding timber deck cargo in the context of damage stability requirements

Life-saving appliances and arrangements 27

SOLAS 74 LSA-Code

III

MSC/Circ.1046

Guidelines for the for the assessment of thermal protection

28

SOLAS 74

III/6.2.1

MSC.149(77)

Revised performance standards for survival craft portable two-way VHF radiotelephone apparatus

29

SOLAS 74

III/19.3.3.4

MSC/Circ.1115

Prevention of accidents in high free-fall launching of lifeboats

30

SOLAS 74

III/20

MSC/Circ.1047

Guidelines for monthly inspection of immersion suits and anti-exposure suits by ships crews

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Chpt. / Reg.

Source

Subject

No.

Life-saving appliances and arrangements

Instrument

Chpt. / Reg.

Source

Subject

Radiocommunications 48

SOLAS 74

IV/10.1 IV/14.1

MSC.130(75)

Performance standards for INMARSAT ship earth stations capable of two-way communications

49

SOLAS 74

IV/12.3

MSC.131(75)

Maintenance of a continuous listening watch on channel 16 by SOLAS ships and installation of VHF DSC facilities on non-SOLAS ships

50

SOLAS 74

IV/14

MSC.120(74)

Amendments to EPIRB performance standards operating on 406 MHz concerning satellite signals. Resolution A.810(19)) should be taken into account

Caution is to be exercised when installing, testing, launching and operating fast rescue boats (recommendation resulting from accidents during trials and drills involving the launching and recovery of fast rescue boats)

51

SOLAS 74

IV/15.9

MSC/Circ. 955

Servicing intervals of live-saving appliances and EPIRBS under the HSSC

52

SOLAS 74

IV/15.9

MSC/Circ.1040

Guidelines on annual testing of 406 MHz satellite EPIRBs

53

SOLAS 74

IV/15.9

MSC/Circ.1123

Guidelines on annual testing of L-band satellite EPIRBs

31

SOLAS 74

III/20

MSC/Circ.1114

32

SOLAS 74

III/20.7 III/36

MSC/Circ.1093 Guidelines for periodic servicing and maintenance of life-boats, MSC/Circ.1093/ launching appliances and on-load release gear Corr.1

33

SOLAS 74

III/20.8 III/20.9

MSC/Circ.955

Servicing intervals of live-saving appliances and EPIRBS under the HSSC shall not exceed 12 month

34

SOLAS 74

III/26

MSC/Circ.1016

Guidelines for periodic testing of immersion suit and anti-exposure suit seams and closures

35

SOLAS 74

III/26

MSC/Circ.1094

Application of SOLAS Reg. III/26 concerning fast rescue boat systems on ro-ro passenger ships

54

A.474(XII)

-

A.954(23)

Proper use of VHF channels at sea

36

LSA Code

IV/4.4.1.4

MSC/Circ.1006

Guidelines on fire test procedures for acceptance of fire-retardant materials for the construction of lifeboats

55

A.888(21)

-

MSC/Circ.1077

Procedure for evaluation and possible recognission of mobile satelite systems for GMDSS

Performance standards and performance tests for manually powered reverse osmosis desalinators

56

IAMSAR Manual

-

MSC/Circ.999

Amendments to the IAMSAR Manual, entry into force 01.07.02

57

IAMSAR Manual

-

MSC/Circ.1080

Amendments to the IAMSAR Manual, entry into force 01.07.04

58

IAMSAR Manual

-

MSC/Circ.1124

Amendments to the IAMSAR Manual, entry into force 01.07.05

59

-

-

COMSAR/ Circ.28

International NAVTEX Service relating to the increasing instances of interference between stations

37

LSA Code

IV/4.1 IV/4.4

MSC/Circ.1048

Radiocommunications 38

SOLAS 74

IV

COMSAR/ Circ.25

Procedure for responding to DSC Distress alerts by ships

39

SOLAS 74

IV

COMSAR/ Circ.35

Recommendations on medium frequency/high frequency (MF/HF) digital selective calling (DSC) test calls to coast stations

40

SOLAS 74

IV

MSC/Circ.958

Amendments to the NAVTEX Manual, entry into force 01.01.02

41

SOLAS 74

IV

MSC/Circ.1122

Amendments to the NAVTEX Manual, entry into force 01.01.06

42

SOLAS 74

IV

MSC/Circ.1038

Guidelines for general radiocommunications

43

SOLAS 74

IV

MSC/Circ.1076

INMARSAT-A services scheduled to be withdrawn on 31.12.07

44

SOLAS 74

IV/4

COMSAR/ Circ.32

Guidelines for the Harmonization of GMDSS Requirements for Radio Installations on Board SOLAS Ships

45

SOLAS 74

IV/7

COMSAR/ Circ.34

Clarification on the correct use of NAVTEX B3B4 Characters =00 and NAVTEX service areas

46

SOLAS 74

IV/7.1.4

MSC.148(77)

Revised performance standards for Narrow Band Direct Printing (NBDP) telegraph equipment for the reception of NAVTEX

47

SOLAS 74

IV/7.1.6

MSC/Circ.1039

Guidelines for shore-based maintenance of satellite EPIRBs

Fire protection, fire detection and fire extinction 60

SOLAS 74

II-2*

MSC/Circ.965

Unified interpretations of vague expressions and other vague wording of SOLAS chapter II-2 (II-2/34+49)

61

SOLAS 74

II-2*

MSC/Circ.1005

Unified interpretation to the new SOLAS Chapter II-2 regarding lightweight constructions (II-2/3.3.1 + 3.3.2)

62

SOLAS 74

II-2

MSC/Circ.1081

Unified interpretation of the revised SOLAS Chapter II-2

63

SOLAS 74

II-2

MSC/Circ.1037

Unified interpretation of the revised SOLAS Chapter II-2

64

SOLAS 74 FSS Code FTP Code

II-2

MSC/Circ.1120

Unified interpretations of SOLAS Chapter II-2, the FSS Code, the FTP Code and related Fire Test Procedures

65

SOLAS 74

II-2*

MSC/Circ.917/ Corr.1

Modifications to the Guidelines on fire safety construction in accommodation areas (MSC/Circ.917)

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II-2

MSC/Circ.1003

Guidelines on a simplified calculation for the total amount of combustible material per unit area in accommodation spaces

67

SOLAS 74

II-2

MSC/Circ.1034

Guidelines for smoke control and ventilation systems for internal assembly stations and atriums on new passenger ships

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Safety of navigation, manning and transfer arrangements 85

SOLAS 74

II-1/28

MSC.137(76)

Standards for ships manoeuvrability

86

SOLAS 74

II-1/28

MSC/Circ.1053

Explanatory notes to the standards of ships manoeuvrability

87

SOLAS 74

V

SN/Circ.236

Guidelines for the application of AIS binary messages

68

SOLAS 74

II-2

MSC/Circ.1085

Smoke helmets recommended to be replaced by self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA)

88

SOLAS 74

V/4*

MSC/Circ.957

Amendments to Res. A.706(17) – World Wide Navigational Warning Service, entry into force 01.01.02

69

SOLAS 74

II-2/7

MSC/Circ.1035

Guidelines for the use and installation of detectors equivalent to smoke detectors

89

SOLAS 74

V/7.3

MSC/Circ.1079

Guidelines for preparing plans for co-operation between SAR-Services and passenger ships

70

SOLAS 74

II-2/10

MSC/Circ.1007

Guidelines for the approval of fixed aerosol fire-extinguishing systems equivalent to fixed gas fire-extinguishing systems machinery spaces of category A

90

SOLAS 74

V/10

MSC.138(76)

Recommendation on navigation through the entrance to the Baltic sea

91

SOLAS 74

V/11

MSC/Circ.1043

Guidance on ships daily reporting of their positions to their companies

71

SOLAS 74

II-2/10.3

A.951(23)

Improved Guidelines for Marine Portable Fire Extinguishers

92

SOLAS 74 HSC Code 94

V/11* Ch. 13

MSC.95(72)

Performance standards for daylight signalling lamps

72

SOLAS 74

II-2/10.6.4

ISO 15371:2000

Recommendations for fire extinguishing systems for protection of galley deep-fat cooking equipment

93

SOLAS 74

V/12*

MSC.93(72)

Amendments to performance standards for devices to measure and indicate speed and distance (Resolution A.824(19))

Guideline for partially weathertight hatchway covers on board container ships

94

SOLAS 74 A.890(21)

V/14

A.955(23)

Amendments to the Principles of Safe Manning

Interim Guidelines for evacuation analyses for new and existing passenger ships

95

SOLAS 74

V/15

MSC/Circ.982

Guidelines on ergonomic criteria for bridge equipment and layout

73

74

SOLAS 74

SOLAS 74

II-2/10.7

MSC/Circ.1087

II-2/13.7.4 II-2/28.1.3*

MSC/Circ.1033

75

SOLAS 74

II-2/15

MSC/Circ.1050

Shipboard plans for fire protection appliances, life saving appliances and means of escape

96

SOLAS 74

V/15

MSC.128(75)

Performance standards for bridge navigational watch alarm system (BNWAS)

76

SOLAS 74

II-2/15.2.4

A.952(23)

Graphical Symbols for Shipboard Fire Control Plans

97

SOLAS 74

V/15

MSC/Circ.1061

Guidance for the operational use of integrated bridge systems (IBS)

77

SOLAS 74

II-2/15.2.11*

MSC/Circ.1083

Unified interpretation of SOLAS Regulation II-2/15.2.11, in force before 01.07.02

98

SOLAS 74

V/18.2

MSC.112(73)

Performance standards for shipborne global positioning system (GPS) receiver equipment Res. A.819(19) should be taken into account

78

SOLAS 74

II-2/17

MSC/Circ.1002

Guidelines on alternative design and arrangements for fire safety 99

SOLAS 74

V/18.2

MSC.113(73)

79

FTP Code

MSC/Circ.964

Interpretations of the Fire Test Procedures (FTP) Code and the fire test procedures referred to therein

Performance standards for shipborne GLONASS receiver equipment MSC.53(66) should be taken into account

100

SOLAS 74

V/18.2

MSC.114(73)

80

FTP Code

2.6.2

MSC/Circ.1008

Revisions to interpretations of the FTP – Code and fire test procedures referred to in the Code MSC/Circ.916 should be taken into account

Performance standards for shipborne DGPS and DGLONASS maritime radio beacon receiver equipment MSC.64(67) Annex 2 should be taken into account

101

SOLAS 74

V/18.2

MSC.115(73)

81

FTP Code

-

MSC/Circ.1004

Unified Interpretations of the FTP Code and fire test procedures

Performance standards for shipborne combined GPS/GLONASS receiver equipment MSC.74(69) should be taken into account

82

FTP Code

-

MSC/Circ.1036

Unified Interpretations of the FTP Code and fire test procedures 102

SOLAS 74

V/19

MSC.140(76)

83

MSC/Circ.913

-

MSC/Circ.1082

Unified interpretations of MSC/Circ.913 (Guidelines for the approval of fixed water-based local application fire fighting systems (FWLAFFS))

Recommendation for the protection of the Automatic Identification System (AIS) VHF data link

103

SOLAS 74

V/19

SN/Circ.243

84

-

-

MSC/Circ.1086

Code of practice for athmospheric oil mist detectors

Guidelines for the presentation of navigation-related symbols, terms and abbreviations

104

SOLAS 74 MSC.86(70)

V/19.2.3.5 Annex 2

MSC.116(73)

Performance Standards for Marine Transmitting Heading Devices (THDs)

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MSC.116(73)

V/19.2.3.5

MSC.166(78)

Application of performance standards for Transmitting Heading Devices (THDS) to Transmitting Magnetic Heading Devices (TMHDS) (replaces Annex 2 of MSC.86(70))

106

SOLAS 74

V/19.2.1.4

SN/Circ.213

Guidance on chart datums and the accuracy of positions on charts

107

SOLAS 74

V/19.2.1.6

A.915(22)

Revised maritime policy and requirements for a future Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS)

108

SOLAS 74

V/19.2.4

A.917(22)

Guidelines for the onboard operational use of shipborne Automatic Identification Systems (AIS)

109

SOLAS 74 A.917(22)

V/19.2.4

A.956(23)

Amendments to the Guidelines for the onboard operational use of shipborne Automatic Identification Systems (AIS) (A.917(22))

110

SOLAS 74 SN/Circ.227

V/19.2.4

SN/Circ.245

Amendments to the Guidelines for the installation of a shipborne Automatic Identification Systems (AIS) (SN/Circ.227)

111

SOLAS 74

V/19.2.4

SN/Circ.244

Guidance on the use of the UN/LOCODE in the destination field in AIS Messages

112

SOLAS 74

V/19.2.4

SN/Circ.227

Guidelines for the installations of a shipborne Automatic Identification System (AIS)

113

SOLAS 74

V/19.2.1.7

MSC.164(78)

Revised Performance Standards for Radar Reflectors

114

SOLAS 74

V/20

MSC.163(78)

Performance Standards For Shipborne Simplified Voyage Data Recorders (S-VDRs)

115

SOLAS 74

V/21

MSC/Circ.983

Amendments to chapter XII of the International Code of Signals, entry into force 01.01.02

116

SOLAS 74

V/28

A.916(22)

Guidelines for the recording of events related to navigation

117

SOLAS 74

V/34

MSC/Circ.1063

Participation of ships in weather routing services

118

A.572(14)

-

MSC.165(78) SN/Circ.241

Amendments to the General Provisions on Ships’ Routeing

119

A.767(18)

-

A.957(23) COLREG.2/ Circ.53 COLREG.2/ Circ.53/Corr.1

Amended traffic separation scheme “Off Finisterre”

120

-

-

COLREG.2/ Circ.48

New and Amended Traffic Separation Schemes and Associated Routeing Measures: “In the approaches to Iquique” “In the approaches to Punta Arenas” “Landfall and approaches to Paita Bay” “Approaches to Puerto Callao” “Landfall and approaches to Puerto San Mar” “Landfall and approaches to Puerto Ilo” “In the waters Off the Chengsam Jian Promontory”

121

-

-

COLREG.2/ Circ.49 COLREG.2/ Circ.49/Corr.1

New and Amended Traffic Separation Schemes and Associated Routeing Measures: “Landfall and approaches to Talara Bay” “Landfall Off Puerto Salaverry” “Landfall and approaches to Ferrol Bay (Puerto Chimbotu)” “Landfall and approaches to San Nicolas Bay” “In”

122

-

-

COLREG.2/ Circ.51 COLREG.2/ Circ.51/Add.1

New and Amended Traffic Separation Schemes and Associated Routeing Measures: “Off the Mediterranean coast of Egypt” “Approaches to Los Angeles – Long Beach” “Strait of Juan De Fuca and its approaches” “In Puget Sound and its approaches” “In Haro Strait”

123

-

-

COLREG.2/ Circ.52 COLREG.2/ Circ.52/Corr.1

New and Amended Traffic Separation Schemes and Associated Routeing Measures: “In the Southern Red Sea” “Off Cape La Nao” “Off Cape Palos, “In the Gulf of Finland” “In the Bay of Fundy and approaches” “In the Strait of Bab el Mandeb”

124

-

-

COLREG.2/ Circ.54 COLREG.2/ Circ.54/Add.1 COLREG.2/ Circ.54/Add.2

New and Amended Traffic Separation Schemes and Associated Routeing Measures: “Approaches to the Port of Ra’s al Khafji” “In the Singapore Strait” “Off Ra's al kuh” “In the Adriatic Sea” “Between Korsoer and Sprogoe”

125

-

-

SN/Circ.240

Routeing measures other than traffic separation scheme: “Gulf of Mexico” “Chesapeak Bay” “Berlengas Islands”

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Carriage of grain and other bulk cargoes

126

-

-

SN/Circ.234

Routeing measures other than traffic separation scheme: “North Island of New Zealand” “Torres Strait” “Paracas National Reserve”

127

-

-

MSC/Circ.1017

Participation in the WMO Voluntary Observing Ships‘ (VOS) Scheme

128

-

-

MSC/Circ.1056

Guidelines for ships operating in arctic ice covered waters

141

BCH Code

Chapter II/2.12 & 2.14 Chapter III/3.16.11 Chapter IV/4.1 Chapter V/5.3.3

MSC.106(73)

Amendments to the BCH Code

142

CSS Code

-

MSC/Circ.1026

Amendments to the code of safe practice for cargo stowage and securing (CSS Code)

143

GC Code

Chapter V/5.4 Chapter XIV/14.9 Chapter XVIII

MSC.107(73)

Amendments to the GC Code

144

IBC Code

Chapter 17 or 18

MSC/ Circ.1128 MEPC/Circ.423

List of products that have been omitted from either chapter 17 or 18 of the IBC Code due to missing safety data, pollution data or both

145

IBC Code

-

MSC/Circ.1100

Recommendation for the use of a standard format for the cargo information required by chapter 16 of the IBC-Code

146

IBC Code IGC Code

Chapter 8 Chapter 8

MSC/Circ.1116

Unified interpretations of the IBC Code and IGC Code

* refers to the old chapter II-2 prior to November 2000 Amendments

Search and rescue 129

SOLAS 74

V/7.1

MSC/Circ.959

Interim MRCC/CS procedures upon reception of an INMARSAT alert

130

SOLAS 74

V/7.1

COMSAR/ Circ.22

Guidance on data fields for SAR databases

131

SOLAS 74

V/7.3

MSC/Circ.1041

Guidelines for ship operators and SAR services on minimum requirements for SAR data poviders holding SAR Co-operation plans

132

SOLAS 74

V/15*

COMSAR/ Circ.23

Guidance on Central Alerting Posts (CAP‘s)

133

SOLAS 74

V/15(c)*

MSC/Circ.1000

Guidelines for preparing plans for co-operation SAR services and passenger ships

134

SOLAS 74 SAR Conv.

V/33 3.1.9

MSC.167(78)

Guidelines on the treatment of persons rescued at sea

135

SAR Conv.

MSC/Circ.960 Annex, chapter 1, paragraph 1.3.3

Medical Assistance at Sea and Importance of the Role of Telemedical Assistance Services

136

SAR Conv.

MSC/Circ.1042 Annex, chapter 1, paragraph 1.3.3

List of contents of the emergency medical kit/bag (EMK) and medical considerations for its use on ro-ro passenger ships not normally carrying a medical doctor

Carriage of dangerous goods

137

SAR Conv.

-

MSC/Circ.1105

Guidance on responsibility and liability issues to the use of the emergeny medical kit/bag and evaluation of its use in emergency incidents

138

SAR Conv.

-

MSC/Circ.967

Piracy and armed robbery against ships - Directives for Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centres (MRCCs)

147

SOLAS 74

II-2/19

MSC/Circ.1027

DoC for ships carrying dangerous goods

148

SOLAS 74

II-2/19

MSC/Circ.1087

Guideline for partially weathertight hatchway covers on board container ships

149

IMDG Code

7.9

MSC/Circ.1075

Granting exemptions from the provisions of the IMDG Code

150

IMDG Code

Amendment 30-00

MSC/Circ.963

Transport of Calcium Hypochlorite

151

IMDG Code

-

MSC/Circ.961

Amendment 30 to the IMDG Code

152

IMDG Code

-

MSC/Circ.1025

Revised emergency response procedure for ships carrying dangerous goods (EmS Guide)

153

INF Code

-

A.854(20)

Guidelines for developing shipboard emergency plans for ships carrying materials subject to the INF Code

* refers to the old chapter II-2 prior to November 2000 Amendments

Carriage of grain and other bulk cargoes Management for the safe operation of ships 139

140

SOLAS 74

BC Code

VI/7

-

MSC/Circ.947 FAL/Circ. 91

Safe loading and unloading of bulk carriers: ship/terminal interface

MSC/Circ.962

Amendments to the BC Code

154

SOLAS 74

IX

A.913(22)

Revised guidelines on the implementation of the ISM Code by Administrations

155

SOLAS 74

IX

MSC/Circ.1045

Guidelines for maintenance and monitoring of on-board materials containing asbestos

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Security

156

SOLAS 74

IX/4.3

MSC/Circ.1049

Accidents with lifeboats

157

-

-

MSC/Circ.1084

Principles for hot work on board all types of ships

158

-

-

MSC/Circ.1095

Revised minimum safety standards for ships carrying liquids in bulk containing benzene

172

SOLAS 74 ISPS Code

XI-2

MSC/Circ.1097

Guidance relating to the implementation of SOLAS Chapter XI-2 and the ISPS-Code

173

SOLAS 74 ISPS Code

XI-2

MSC/Circ.1112

Shore leave and access under ISPS

174

SOLAS 74

XI-2 XI-2/5

MSC.136(76)

Performance standards for a ship security alert system

Safety measures for high speed craft 159

SOLAS 74 2000 HSC Code

X

MSC/Circ.1102

Interpretations of the 2000 HSC-Code and SOLAS X

175

SOLAS 74

XI-2 XI-2/5

MSC.147(77)

Performance standards for a ship security alert system

160

2000 HSC Code

2.2.3

MSC/Circ.1029

Interim Guidelines for the conduct of high speed craft model test

176

SOLAS 74

XI-2/6

MSC/Circ.1072

Guidance on provisions of ship security alert systems

161

2000 HSC Code

4.8.2

MSC/Circ.1001

Interim Guidelines – Simplified evacuation analysis of high speed passenger craft

177

SOLAS 74

XI-2/6

MSC/Circ.1073

Directives for maritime rescue co-ordination centers (MRCCs) on acts of violence against ships

162

2000 HSC Code

13.13

MSC.164(78)

Revised Performance Standards for Radar Reflectors

178

SOLAS 74 ISPS Code

XI-2/9 B/4

MSC.159(78)

Interim guidance on Control and Compliance Measures to Enhance Maritime Security

163

2000 HSC Code

-

MSC/Circ.1054

Interim Guidelines for Wing in ground (WIG) craft 179

SOLAS 74

XI-2/9

MSC/Circ.1133

164

ILLC 66/88

-

MSC/Circ.1028

Application of the ILLC66/88 to High Speed Craft

Reminder of the oblgation to notify flag states when exercising control and compliance measures

180

SOLAS 74 ISPS Code

XI-2/9 B/4

MSC/Circ.1130

Guidance to master, companies and duly authorized officers on the requirements relating to the submission of security-related information prior to the entry of a ship into port

Measures to enhance maritime safety 165

SOLAS 74

XI-1

MSC.160(78) MSC.160(78)/ Corr.1

IMO unique company and registered owner identification number scheme Additional safety measures for bulk carriers and/or tankers

166

SOLAS 74

XI-1

Circular letter No.2554

Implementation of IMO Unique Company and Registered Owner Identification Number Scheme (resolution MSC.160(78))

167

SOLAS 74

XI-1/5

A.959(23)

Format and guidelines for the maintenance of the Continuous Synopsis Record (CSR)

181

SOLAS 74

II-2/4

MSC/Circ.1009

Amendments to the revised standards for the design, testing and locating of devices to prevent the passage of flame into cargo tanks of tankers MSC/Circ.677 should be taken into account

182

SOLAS 74

XII

MSC.146(77)

Application of IACS Unified Requirements S26, S27, S30 and S31 to bulk carriers

183

SOLAS 74

XII

MSC/Circ.1143

Guidelines on early assessment of hull damage and possible need for abandonment of bulk carriers

184

SOLAS 74

XII

MSC/Circ.1117

Guidance for checking the structure of bulk carriers

185

SOLAS 74

XII

MSC/Circ.1071

Guidelines for bulk carrier hatch cover surveys

Security 168

SOLAS 74 ISPS Code

XI-2

MSC/Circ.1131

Interim guidance on voluntary self-assessment by SOLAS contracting governments and by port facilities

169

SOLAS 74 ISPS Code

XI-2

MSC/Circ.1074

Interim guidelines for the authorization of recognized security organisations

170

SOLAS 74 ISPS Code

XI-2

MSC/Circ.1132

(Additional) Guidance relating to the implementation of SOLAS Chapter XI-2 and the ISPS Code

186

SOLAS 74

XII/11

MSC/Circ.1108

Guidelines for assessing the longitudinal strength of bulk carriers during loading, unloading and ballast water exchange

171

SOLAS 74 ISPS Code

XI-2

MSC/Circ.1111

(Additional) Guidance relating to the implementation of SOLAS Chapter XI-2 and the ISPS Code

187

SOLAS 74

XII/12

MSC.145(77)

Performance standards for water level detectors on bulk carriers

188

SOLAS 74

XII/13

MSC/Circ.1069

Interpretion of SOLAS XII/13 (Availability of pumping systems)

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MSC/Circ.995

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Prevention of pollution by noxious liquid substances in bulk Advice on the dangers of flooding of forward compartments

Prevention of pollution by oil 190

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I

A.927(22)

Guidelines for the Identification and Designation of particularly Sensitive Sea Areas

191

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I

MEPC.97(47)

Sensitive Sea Area – Malpelo Island

192

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I

MEPC.98(47)

Sensitive Sea Area – Florida Keys

193

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I

MEPC.101(48)

Sensitive Sea Areas – Wadden Sea

194

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I

MEPC.106(49)

Sensitive Sea Areas – Paracas National Reserve

195

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I

MEPC.121(52)

Sensitive Sear Area – Western European Waters

196

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I

MEPC/Circ.421

Cross-Reference tables between “old” and “new” regulations of MARPOL Annex I (see Appendix 3)

208

MARPOL 73/78

Annex II/3(4)

MEPC.2/Circ.8

209

MARPOL 73/78

Annex II/3(4)

MEPC.2/Circ.9 Lists of noxious liquid substances (NLS) with associated categories and MEPC.2/Circ.9/ minimum carriage requirements Corr.1

Provisional categorization of liquid substances

Prevention of pollution by sewage 210

MARPOL 73/78

Annex IV

MEPC/Circ.408

Implementation of the revised Annex IV of MARPOL (Sewage)

211

MARPOL 73/78

Annex IV

MEPC.5/Circ.7

Pollution prevention equipment (PPE) required by MARPOL 73/78

Prevention of pollution by garbage from ships 212

MARPOL 73/78

Annex V

MEPC.92(45)

Guidelines for the Implementation of MARPOL Annex V

213

MARPOL 73/78

Annex V

MEPC.5/Circ.7

Pollution prevention equipment (PPE) required by MARPOL 73/78

MEPC.103(49)

Guidelines for on-board NOx verification procedures / Direct measurement and monitoring method

Prevention of air pollution MARPOL 73/78

197

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I

MEPC/Circ.422

Updating the supplement to the IOPP certificate under the MARPOL Annex I

214

198

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/12 Annex II/7 Annex V/7

MEPC.83(44)

Guidelines for ensuring the adequacy of port waste reception facilities

Prevention of pollution by anti-fouling systems and ballast water

Annex I/13F

MEPC.110(49)

199

MARPOL 73/78

Revised interim guidelines for the approval of alternativ methods of design and constructions of oil tankers under Reg. 13F(5) of MARPOL ANNEX I

Annex VI

215

AFS Conv.

-

A.928(22)

Early and effective application of the Convention on the Control of Harmful Anti-fouling Systems on Ships

216

AFS Conv.

-

MEPC.102(48)

Guidelines for Survey and Certification of Anti-fouling Systems on Ships

217

AFS Conv.

-

MEPC.104(49)

Guidelines for brief sampling of anti-fouling systems on Ships

218

AFS Conv.

-

MEPC.105(49)

Guidelines for inspections of anti-fouling systems on Ships

200

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13G(7)

MEPC/Circ.390

Model survey plan, guidance note and schedule for CAS

201

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13G(7)

MEPC/Circ.416

Condition Assessment Scheme (CAS) for Category 1 Oil Tanker 219

BWM Conv.

-

MSC/Circ.1145

202

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/16

MEPC/Circ.420

Revised Guidelines and specifications for pollution prevention equipment for machinery space bilges of ships, Implementation of resolution MEPC.107(49)

Precautionary advice to masters when undertaking ballast water exchange operations

220

BWM Conv.

-

MSC/Circ.1021

Design suggestions for ballast water and sediment options in new ships

203

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/16

MEPC.5/Circ.7

Pollution prevention equipment (PPE) required by MARPOL 73/78

Load Line

204

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/23

MEPC.122(52)

Guidelines on the calculations for the outflow of oil in case of side collision or bottom damage due to grounding

221

ILLC 66/88

-

LL.3/Circ.155

Unified Interpretations of the Provision of the International Convention on Load Line, 1966

205

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/26 Annex II/16

MEPC.86(44)

Amendments to the Guidelines for the development of SOPEPs

222

ILLC 66/88

14(2)

MSC/Circ.1087

Guideline for partially weathertight hatchway covers on board container ships

206

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/26 Annex II/16

MEPC.85(44)

Guidelines for the development of Shipboard Marine Pollution Emergency Plans (SMPEP) for Oil and/or Noxious Liquid Substances (NLS)

Standards of training, certification and watchkeeping 223

SOLAS 74

V/14.4

A.918(22)

IMO Standard marine communication phrase (SMCP)

224

STCW 78/95

I/7

MSC/Circ.996

Parties to STCW 1978, as amended, confirmed by the Maritime Safety Committee to have communicated information which demonstrates that full and complete effect is given to the relevant provisions of the convention

Prevention of pollution by noxious liquid substances in bulk 207

MARPOL 73/78

Annex II

MEPC.120(52)

Guidelines for the transport of vegetable oils in deeptanks or in independent tanks specially designed for the carriage of such vegetable oils in general dry cargo

66

No.

Instrument

Chpt. / Reg.

Source

Subject

No.

Standards of training, certification and watchkeeping

Instrument

Chpt. / Reg.

Source

Subject

Legal matters

225

STCW 78/95 STCW Code

I/8 A-I/7

MSC/Circ.997

Guidance on the preparation and review of independent evaluations

240

226

STCW Code

A-I/7

STCW95/ Circ.1/Rev. 3

List of national Administrations

Recycling of ships

227

STCW 78/95

I/10

MSC/Circ.950

Guidance on Arrangements between Parties to allow for Recognition of Certificates

228

STCW 78/95 SOLAS 74

Resolution 10 V/8-2

MSC/Circ.952

IALA standards for training and certification of vessel traffic service (VTS) personnel

229

STCW 78/95

I/15

STCW.7/ Circ.12

Advice for port State control officers and recognized organizations on action to be taken in cases where not all seafarers carry certificates and endorsements meeting STCW 95 requirements after 1 February 2002

230

STCW Code

A-I/2

MSC/Circ.1090

Guidance for detecting and preventing of unlawful practices related to certificates of competency

231

STCW Code

A-I/2

MSC/Circ.1091

Issues to be considered when introducing new technology on board ship

232

STCW 78/95 STCW Code

A-I/12

STCW.7/ Circ.10

Interim Guidance on Training and Assessment in the operational use of ECDIS Simulators

233

STCW Code

A-II/1

STCW.7/ Circ.11

Guidance on the application of the Standard Marine Communication Phrases (SMCP)

234

STCW Code

A-VIII

STCW.7/ Circ.14

Guidance for masters on keeping safe anchor watch

235

STCW 78/95 STCW Code

V/3 B-V/3, V/4, V/5

STCW.6/Circ.4

Guidance regarding additional training for masters and chief mates of large ships and ships with unusual manoeuvring characteristics

236

STCW Code

B-VIII/2, Part 5

STCW.6/Circ.3

Guidance on prevention of drug and alcohol abuse

237

STCW 78/95 STCW Code

-

MSC/Circ.949

MSC circulars superseded by the 1995 amendments to the 1978 STCW Convention

238

STCW-F

Reg. II/5

MSC/Circ.951

Officers in charge of an engineering watch and engineering watchkeeping provisions

239

-

-

MSC/Circ.1014

Guidance on fatigue mitigation and management

-

-

A.931(22)

Officers in charge of an engineering watch and engineering watchkeeping provisions

241

A.962(23)

8.3.2

MEPC/Circ.419

Guidelines for the development of the ship recycling plan

242

-

-

A.962(23)

IMO Guidelines on ship recycling

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Interpretations and Clarifications

A

Mandatory and Proposed Requirements

Interpretations and Clarifications

B

Accommodation area Adriatic Sea

Index

126, 127

Index

Mandatory and Proposed Requirements

Interpretations and Clarifications

C

65

Baltic sea

90

Cargo hoses

80, 89

124

Bay of Fundy

123

Cargo residues

295, 296, 297

140, 144, 145, 146

Cargo securing manual

53, 54, 55 317

AES (see “Anti-exposure suits”)

BC Code

AFS (see “Anti-fouling system”)

BCH Code

6, 141

Cargo tank

Benzene

158

CAS (see “Condition assessment scheme”)

Berlengas Islands

125

Casualties

19

Central alerting posts

132

Air pollution

214

AIS (see “Automatic identification system”) Alarm

BNWAS (see “Bridge navigational watch alarm system”)

90

Alcohol abuse

236 Boarding ramp

Alternate hold loading

282

141, 143

Boundary Pass 78

Anchor watch

234

Certification

3, 4, 5, 6, 7

Chengshan Jiao Promontory

20

122

Bow height

191

Bridge design

Appendix 2

95

329 Bridge navigational watch alarm system

Anti-exposure suits 116, 117, 307

Arctic waters

215, 216, 217, 218

120

96

30, 31 Bulk carrier

Anti-fouling system

25, 33, 66, 73, 75, 76, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 212, 255, 256, 257, 258, 227, 230 259, 261, 262, 263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 271, 273, 331

253

Alternative design

Anchoring

Certificates 11

224, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 276

139, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189

128

Chesapeak Bay

125

Claims

240

Closure time

88

BW (see “Balast water”) ARPA (see “Automatic radar plotting aid”)

CNUC see “Nuclear Cargo Ship (Form for record of equipment)”)

C Asbestos

40

Australia

35

155 Calcium hypochlorite

Coating Cap Finisterre

Automatic identification system

Automatic radar plotting aid

123, 124, 125, 163, 164, 183, 272, 308, Appendix 2

150

87, 102, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112

247

182

Cape La Nao

123

Cape Palos

123

Appendix 2

COLREG (see “International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea”) Combustible materials

66

CAP’s (see “Central alerting posts”) Automation system

158 Car deck

21, 102

Carbon di-sulphide

82

Cargo handling

112

Cargo hold

147

B Ballast tank Ballast water

149 299, 312, 313, 314, 315, 321, 322, 323, 324, 325

Condition assessment scheme

99, 153, 154, 155, 213

Construction drawings

328

141 Contact point Continous synopsis record

186, 219, 220

200, 201

16 167

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Interpretations and Clarifications

C Cooking equipment

Appendix 1

72

Index

DSC (see “Digital selective call”)

ETA (see “Emerncy towing arrangements”)

E

Evaluation

225

ECDIS (see “Electronic chart display and information system”)

F Fast rescue boat

240

91

Egypt

Damage stability

18, 41, 100, 101, 179, 180, 218, 270, 319

26

Electrical equipment

281, 305

22, 23, 141, 159, 160, 194, 222

147

Electronic chart display and information system

Appendix 2

Dangerous goods

Emergency lighting

43

122

232

104, 105 Emergency medical kit/bag

Desalinator

100

Digital selective calling

38, 39

Fatigue

239

Ferrol Bay

121

Finisterre

182

Fire alarm system

220

Fire control plan Emergency plan

115

Emergency position-indicating radio beacon

50, 234, 235

197, 297, 298, 299

Distress situations

241

Emergency procedures

83, 93

Emergency shutdown valve

88

220

47, 50, 51, 52, 53

141, 143

22, 23

71

Fire extinguishing system

Appendix 1

70

Fire fighting system

219

83

Fire protection

44, 220, 320

75

Fire retardant materials

EMK (see “Emergency medical kit/bag”)

Diving Systems Code

119

76

Fire extinguishers

Emergency towing arrangements Discharge

34, 35

FAS (see “Fire alarm system”)

Fire detection system

Differential global navigation satellite system

13, 15, 16

136, 137

37

DGLONASS (see “Differential global navigation satellite system”)

Interpretations and Clarifications

74, 161

10

Daily reporting

Definitions

Mandatory and Proposed Requirements

Evacuation

CSR (see "Continous synopsis record")

D

Index

E

DSC Code

142

Interpretations and Clarifications

D

CSM (see "Cargo securing manual")

CSS Code

Mandatory and Proposed Requirements

Revision 5 • 01/05

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152

Fire safety

Engineering watchkeeping

238

Fire test procedures

36 19, 320, Appendix 1

78

9 64, 80, 81, 82

DOC (see “Document of compliance”) Enhanced survey programme

94, 95, 96, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 332

289

Entry to ports

118, 132

Double-side skin

245, 246, 247, 248, 249

Drainage system

84

EPIRB (see “Emergency position-indicating radio beacon”)

Draining

174, 175, 303

ESDV (see “Emergency shutdown value”)

Document of compliance

75, 76

Double bottom

Float-free arrangement

10

Flooding of forward compartment

189

Florida keys

192

FRB (see “Fast rescue boat”) FSS Code

44, 68

64

77

64, 79, 80, 81, 82

FTP (see “Fire test procedures”) Drug abuse

236

ESP (see “Enhanced survey programme”) FTP Code

DS (see “Drainage system”)

70

Index

Mandatory and Proposed Requirements

Interpretations and Clarifications

Mandatory and Proposed Requirements

Interpretations and Clarifications

Harmonized system of survey and certification

120, 122

Index

Mandatory and Proposed Requirements

Interpretations and Clarifications

I

H

F Fuel line

Index

3, 4, 5, 6, 7

1

IGC Code

146

IGS (see “Intert gas system”)

FWLAFFS (see „Fixed water based local application fire fighting systems”)

Haro Strait Hatch cover

122 191

IMDG Code

34, 141, 152

149, 151, 152

Immersion suits

233

30, 31

IMO-No.

165, 166

148, 185, 222

G HCFC (see “Hydro-Chlorofluorocarbone”) Garbage

217

212 Heavy grade oil

Garbage record book

217

Gas carrier

293

Helicopter landing area

Gas-freeing

78, 79, 215

HGO (see "Heavy grade oil")

GC Code

7, 143, 146

High speed craft

Gedser

122

HLA (see “Helicopter landing area”)

44, 55

Holding tank

Global navigation satellite system

107

Hot work

Global navigation satellite system operated by the government of the Russian Federation

99, 100, 101

HSC (see “High speed craft”)

Global positioning system

98

Global maritime distress and safety system

46, 48, 51

205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211

Incidents

31

Incinerator

2, 36, 214

Incinerator ashes

36

Inert gas system

91

INF cargo

176

INF Code

22, 23

270, 272, 286, 304

159, 160, 161, 164

130, 285, 310 157

HSC Code 1994

HSC Code 2000 GMDSS (see “Global maritime distress and safety system”)

58, 59, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 67, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 125, 145

Insulation of hot surfaces

159

GNSS (see “Global navigation satellite system”)

Hull damage

183

GPS (see “Global positioning system”)

Humber

121

76

Hydro-Chlorofluorocarbone

Great Barrier Reef

181

I

Greenland

103

IACS unified requirements

Gulf of Finland

178

Gulf of Mexiko 238, Appendix 2

240

Integrated bridge system

97

International code of signals

115 112, 269

International Maritime Satellite Organization 25, 212

International regulations for preventing collisions at sea

134, 135

182

International safety management

56, 57, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76

IAMSAR Manual

139

57, 58

125

IBC Code

282

144, 145, 146

224, 230, 231, 237

43, 48

International oil pollution prevention certificate

214

122, 123

IBS (see “Integrated bridge system”)

121

Insurance

International Convention on Standards for Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers

HSSC (see “Harmonized system of survey and certification”)

Graphical symbols

15

159

58, 63, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 145 59, 62, 64, 65, 67

153

INMARSAT (see “International Maritime Satellite Organization”) Inspections

HSC Code

GLONASS (see “Global navigation satellite system operated by the government of the Russian Federation”)

Compass

19

197

154

IOPP (see “International oil pollution prevention certificate”)

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Interpretations and Clarifications

I Iqique

120

ISM (see “International safety management”) ISPS Code

170, 171, 172, 173, 180

J

Index

Mandatory and Proposed Requirements

Interpretations and Clarifications

Index

Mandatory and Proposed Requirements

Revision 5 • 01/05

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L

M

LSA (see “Life saving appliances”)

Model tests

160

M

MODU Code

11

Malpelo Island

191

Mooring

Manoeuvrability

85, 86

MRCC (see “Maritime rescue co-ordination center”)

Manoeuvring

235

329

N Jacketed pipe

120

K Korsoer

124

L

Marine evacuation system

9, 17

Marine pollutants

116, 117, 307

Maritime assistance services

18

Maritime rescue co-ordination center

129, 138, 177

Launching appliances

228, 229, 231

MARPOL Annex I

216, 283, 290

Leak test

42

MARPOL Annex I/13G

24, 113

Length

236, 239

MARPOL Annex II

290

Les Casquets

26

MARPOL Annex IV

216

Life saving appliances

14, 227

32, 33, 75

MARPOL Annex VI

331

Lifeboat

226, 228, 229, 230, 231, 232

29, 32, 36, 156

MAS (see “Maritime assistance services”)

Narrow band direct printing

46

Nautical chart

106

Navigation receiver

49

Navigational equipment

66, 304

Navigational systems

143, Appendix 2

196 98, 99, 100, 101

Navigational warnings

88

NAVTEX

40, 41, 45, 46, 59

NBDP (see “Narrow band direct printing”)

Lifejacket light Liferaft

Master’s discretion

242

Means of access

156, 157, 184, 185, 187, 24, 25 188, 189, 193, 195, 221, 223

45 12, 161, 162

Light-weight constructions

Appendix 1

Loading

252

214

Nitrogen oxides

1

291, 295

81, 92

141, 143

Medical first aid guide

92

143

164, 221 139, 186

Noxious liquid substances

293, 294

Nuclear Cargo Ship (Form for record of equipment)

259

Nuclear Passenger Ship (Form for record of equipment)

258

Nuclear ship

258, 259

122 Meteorological data

Longitudinal strength

192

Long-range identification and tracking

327

127

186 MFAG (see “Medical first aid guide”) Model survey plan

Los Angeles

122

214

Nox (see “Nitrogen oxides”) Medical first aid equipment

MES (see “Marine evacuation system”) Long Beach

Nitrogen emission

135

49 8

126

NLS tanker Medical assistance

Load Line

New Zealand

75

128

Listening watch

21

NLS (see “Noxious liquid substances”)

61 Means of escape

List of substances

Near misses

200

206, 208, 209

72

Index

Mandatory and Proposed Requirements

Interpretations and Clarifications

Index

O

P

ODS (see “Ozone depleting substances”)

Pressure vessel

Mandatory and Proposed Requirements

Interpretations and Clarifications

Index

87

Ro-ro passenger ships

197

Pressure/Vacuum valve

181

S

Oil filtering equipment

285, 286

Prince William Sound

121

Safe manning

84

Procedures and arrangements manual

300 89, 225

Safety management certificate

Oil outflow

316

199, 204

Prototype test

Oil record book

287, 288

5

PSC (see “Port state control”)

SAR (see “Search and rescue”)

32

PSSA (see “Particularly sensitive sea area”)

SCBA (see “Self-contained breathing apparatus”)

On-load release gear ORB (see “Oil record book”) Owner identification number Ozone depleting substances

165, 166 214

P

143

Puerto Callao

120

Puerto Ilo

120

Puerto Salaverry

121

Puerto San Martin

120 122

Paita Bay

120

Puget Sound

Paracas National Reserve

126, 194

Pump room

Particularly sensitive sea area

190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195

Pumping system

188

Punta Arenas

120

Phase out scheme

Piping

97, 98, 133, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204

Piracy

138

Radar transponder

161, 162

Places of refuge

20

Radiocommunications

136, 137

87

PNUC (see “Nuclear Passenger Ship (Form for record of equipment)”)

122

Sea chest

318

Search and rescue

47, 139, 237, 274, 275, Appendix 2

56, 57, 58, 89, 130, 131, 133, 134

Security

168, 169, 170, 171, 194, 222, 277

4, 169

Security alert system

170, 171, 277

Security organisation

169

Self-contained breathing apparatus

68

Sensitive sea area

190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195

Service intervals

33, 51

Set pressure

90

Ra’s al Khafji

124

Sewage

129, 130, 131, 309, 310

Ra’s al Kuh

124

Sewage treatment plants

131

198

Ship reporting

20, 26, 103, 119, 126, 127, 178, 181, 182

Reception facility

302

Record of equipment

142

210

Ship routing

90, 118

Ship security alert system

174, 175, 176

241, 242

3, 4 Rescue means

PPE (see “Pollution prevention equipment”)

Screened pipe

42

168 301

121

113, 162

Recycling Port state control

73, 75, 76

San Nicholas Bay

196

Port facilities

94

R Radar reflector

Pollution prevention equipment

15

289

77

Pneumatic testing

85, 148

Interpretations and Clarifications

R

Oil discharge monitoring

Oil mist detector

Mandatory and Proposed Requirements

17 Ship structure access manual

186, 187, 190

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Interpretations and Clarifications

S Shipboard emergency plan Shipboard marine pollution emergency plan

114, 115

Shipboard oil pollution emergency plan

24, 114

Shipboard operation

71

Signalling lamps Simplified voyage data recorder

Index

Mandatory and Proposed Requirements

Interpretations and Clarifications

Index

S

T

153

SSAS (see “Ship security alert system”)

TMHD (see “Transmitting magnetic heading device”)

206

Stability

205

Standard marine communication phrases

92

STCW (see “International Convention on Standards for Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers”)

278, 306

Stockholm Agreement

21, 30, 102, 279, 311, 326 223, 233

181

126

Towing

329

22, 23

Toxicity test Training 30

Transmitting magnetic heading device

Singapore Strait

124

Strait of Georgia

122

U

97, 98, 118, 132, 133, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204

Strait of Juan De Fuca

122

Unloading

Structural members

86

Ushant

251, 253, 276

Sulphur oxides

214

V

Survey

3, 4, 5, 6, 7

67, 68, 69, 80

Survival craft

SMCP (see “Standard marine communication phrases”)

S-VDR (see “Simplified voyage data recorder”)

SMPEP (see “Shipboard marine pollution emergency plan”)

T

17, 200

Vapour release

28

VDR (see "Voyage data recorder") Vegetable oil

139, 186 119

Ventilation

SOLAS II-2

292

207 207

Appendix 1

67

34

60, 61, 62, 63, 64 Talara Bay

SOLAS V

122

28, Appendix 1

Vegetable oils

Tainting

143, 235

105

123

Smoke

15, 93, Appendix 1

104, 105

Strait of Bab el Mandeb

SMC (see “Safety management certificate”)

80

Transmitting heading device

232

Single-side skin

Interpretations and Clarifications

Torres Strait

Simulator training

Single hull tanker

Mandatory and Proposed Requirements

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28, 49, 54

Vessel traffic service

228

121

52 Tank venting

78, 79, 215

141

Tanker

27

181

Tanker bow access

27

VHF (see "Very high frequency")

SOPEP (see “Shipboard oil pollution emergency plan”) Southern Red Sea

123

VHF radiotelephone

28

Voluntary observing ships'

127

THD (see “Transmitting heading device”)

Sox (see “Sulphur oxides”)

VOS (see "Voluntary observing ships") Speed measurement

93

Thermal protection

254, 260, Appendix 1

27

Thickness measurements

96, 151, 192

13

158

Voyage data recorder Sprinkler installation

220

Sprogoe

124

Threshold warning

SPS Code

8, 170, 171, 172, 173, 180

Timber deck cargo

VTS ("Vessel traffic service") 26

108, 109, 110, 138, 145, 278, 306, Appendix 2

114

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Mandatory and Proposed Requirements

Interpretations and Clarifications

W Wadden sea

193

Water level detector

172, 173, 330

Watertight door

225

187

Weather routing

117

Western European Waters

195

WIG craft (see “Wing-in-ground craft”) Wing-in-ground craft

60, 134

World-wide navigation warning service

32

163

WWNWS (see “World-wide navigation warning service”)

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Barbados Maritime, Barbados High Commission, Ship’s Registry 1 Great Russell Street WC1B 3ND London, Great Britain

+ 44 20 7636 5739

+ 44 20 7636 5745

[email protected] maritime.com www.barbados maritime.com

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+ 32 2 233 2311

+ 32 2 230 3002

61880 VERTRA B (firstname.lastname) @mobilit.fgov.be www.mobilit.fgov.be

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International Merchant Marine Registry of Belize “IMMARBE” 1765, Marina Towers, Suite 204 Newtown Barracks Belize City, Belize C.A.

+ 501 22 35026 + 501 22 35031 + 501 22 35047

+ 501 22 35026 + 501 22 35047 + 501 25 35087

[email protected]

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Direction de la Marine Marchande PO Box 1234 Cotonou, Benin







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+ 1 441 295 7251 (3 Lines)

+ 1 441 295 3718 + 1 441 296 5713

[email protected] www.bermuda shipping.bm

Bolivia































Registro Internacional Boliviano de Buques (RIBB) Calle Mercado No. 1046; Edificio SAENZ; Primer Piso La Paz, Bolivia

+ 591 2 240 7718 + 591 2 240 7732

+ 591 2 240 7730

[email protected] www.ribb.gov.bo

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+ 55 21 2104 5403

+ 55 21 2104 5202

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+ 673 (0)2 7713 47 to 56

+ 673 (0)2 7713 57

BU 2650

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+ 359 2 930 0920

[email protected] www.marad.bg

Cambodia































International Ship Registry of Cambodia (I.S.R.O.C.) Bando Building, #36, 4-Ga, Jungang-Dong, Jung-Gu 600 - B15 Busan, Republic of Korea

+ 82 51 469 8689

+ 82 51 465 9698

[email protected] / [email protected] www.isrocam.com

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+ 1 613 991 0610

+ 1 613 990 1032

[email protected] www.tc.gc.ca

Cape Verde































Ministério Do Turismo, Transportes e Mar; Direccao Geral De Marinha e Portos Caixa Postal No. 7 S. Vicente, Cabo Verde

+ 238 324342

+ 238 324343

[email protected] CVTELECOM.CV 32 MARPOR CV

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Int. Pollution PreventionNoxious Liquid Subst. (NLS)

Int. Oil Pollution Prevention

Int. Certificate of Fitness-Gas (IGC)

Int. Certificate of Fitness-Chemicals (IBC)

DOA (Carriage Bulk Grain)

SMC (ISM)

DOC (ISM)

Int. Ship Security (ISPS)

Dangerous Goods

Passenger Ship Safety

Cargo Ship Safety Radio

Cargo Ship Safety Equipment

Cargo Ship Safety Construction

Int. Load Line

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Certificate

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+ 1 345 949 8831

+ 1 345 949 8849

[email protected] [email protected] caymarad.org

Colombia































Direccion General Maritima Y Portuaria Calle 41 # 4620 - CAN Bogota, Colombia

+ 57 1 2220499 + 57 1 2220301 + 57 1 2214221

+ 57 1 2222636



Comoros































Maritime Administration; Commissioner for Maritime Affairs PO Box 22061 Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

+ 971 6 742 8120

+ 971 6 744 1270

[email protected] emirates.net.ae

Congo (Dem.Rep.of)































Ministère des Transports et Communications; Directeur de la Marine et des Voies Navigables P.B. 7597 2905 N. R. C. Kinshasa Gombe, Democratic Republic of the Congo

+ 243 24 602 (3) (7) + 243 25 735 / + 243 26 642



21019 AMIZA (ZR)

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+ 506 330703 + 506 330605

+ 506 336510



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Ministère de la Marine Direction de la Navigation et des Affaires Maritimes Nationales B.P.V. 67 Abidjan, République de Côte d´Ivoire







Cuba































Direccion de Seguridad e Inspeccion Maritima Ministerio del Transporte Ave. Rancho Boyeros y Tulipan 10600 Ciudad Habana, Cuba

+ 53 7 818627 + 53 7 819498

+ 53 7 335118

511350 MITRANS CU

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+ 357 25 848 - 100

+ 357 25 848 200

[email protected] dms.mcw.gov.cy 2004 MERSHIP CY www.shipping.gov.cy

Czech Republic































Ministry of Transport of the Czech Republic, Department of Navigation and Waterways, Maritime Section PO Box 9, Nábrezí Ludvíka Svobody 12 CZ - 110 15 Praha 1, Czech Rebublic

+ 420 514 31394

+ 420 514 31110



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+ 45 3917 4400

+ 45 3917 4401

[email protected]; [email protected] 31141 SOFART DK www.dma.dk

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Ministère du Port et des Affairs Maritimes Director of Maritime Affairs P.O. Box 59 Djibouti, République de Djibouti

+ 253 35 34 75

+ 253 35 15 38

AFMAR 5844 DJ

Dominica































Dominica Maritime Registry Inc. (DMRI) 32 Washington Street 02719 Fairhaven, MA, United States of America

+ 1 508 992 7170

+ 1 508 992 7120

[email protected] dominicaregistry.com www.dominicaregistry.com

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+ 593 4 320400

+ 593 4 324246

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Ports & Lights Administration P.O. Box 21513 ALEX - RAS EL TOON, Bab Gomruk No.1 - Ras el Tin Alexandria, Egypt

+ 20 3 4800037 + 20 3 4802325

+ 20 3 4835633

54407 UN

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+ 291 1 552346 + 291 1 552157





Estonia































Estonian Maritime Administration Valge 4 11413 Tallinn, Estonia

+ 372 620 5500

+ 372 620 5506

[email protected] www.vta.ee

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2511 - 516166 2511 - 158227

2511 - 515665

[email protected] telecom.net.et

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Skipaeftirlitid; Faroese Maritime Authority; Ministry of Fishery and Maritime Affairs P.O. Box 26 FO-370 Midvagur

+298 355 600

+298 355 601

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+ 679 315 266

+ 679 303 251

[email protected]??.com.fj

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+ 358 204 4840 + 358 40 7384247

+ 358 204 48 4500 + 358 204 48 4336

[email protected] fma.fi 121471 mkh fi www.fma.fi

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Int. Tonnage

Int. Pollution PreventionNoxious Liquid Subst. (NLS)

Int. Oil Pollution Prevention

Int. Certificate of Fitness-Gas (IGC)

Int. Certificate of Fitness-Chemicals (IBC)

DOA (Carriage Bulk Grain)

SMC (ISM)

DOC (ISM)

Int. Ship Security (ISPS)

Dangerous Goods

Passenger Ship Safety

Cargo Ship Safety Radio

Cargo Ship Safety Equipment

Cargo Ship Safety Construction

Int. Load Line

© Germanischer Lloyd

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+ 33 1 44 49 86 41 Head Dept., + 33 1 44 49 86 43 Secretary

+ 33 1 44 49 86 40

[email protected] equipement.gouv.fr www.mer.gouv.fr

Georgia































Georgia Maritime Transport Administration H.Q.4, Shavaheti Str. 6017 Batumi, Georgia

+ 995 222 739 25 + 995 222 739 26

+ 995 222 739 29

[email protected] fsc.gov.ge

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+ 49 (40) 36 137 0 + 49 (40) 36 137 225 (Surveys) + 49 (40) 36 137 0

+ 49 (40) 36 137 770 + 49 (40) 36 137 204 (Safety)

[email protected], www.see-bg.de/ www.bsh.de

Ghana































Division of Shipping and Navigation; Ministry of Roads and Transport P.O. Box M38 Accra, Ghana

+ 233 21 663506, + 233 21 665421, + 233 21 665611

+ 233 21 667114

2293 MINWAY GH

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+ 350 4777 1

+ 350 4777 0

[email protected] gibnynex.gi

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Ministry of Mercantile Marine, Divison for Inspection/Survey (MSI) 1 K. Palaiologou Street GR - 18535 Piraeus, Greece

+ 30 210 419 1800

+ 30 210 413 7997

212581 EEP GR

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+ 509 1 22 6336 + 509 1 22 8858 + 509 1 22 7048





Honduras































Direccion General de la Marina Mercante Col. San Carlos, Ave. San Carlos, Calzada Rep. del Uruguay, Edificio 2800, Apartado Postal 3625 Tegucigalpa

+ 504 236 8880, + 504 221 3033

+ 504 236 8866 + 504 213 8148

[email protected] newcom.hn www.marinamer cante.hn

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+ 852 2852 4510 + 852 2852 3001 Mobile: + 852 9168 5862

+ 852 2545 0556 + 852 2544 9241

[email protected] (Safety Dept.) 64553 - Answerback: MARHQ HX www.mardep.gov.hk

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Ministry of Economy and Transport, Maritime and Inland Waterways Transport Department P.O. Box Pf 111 Budapest H-1880 Budapest, Hungary

+ 36 1 336 7883

+ 36 1 336 7907

226685 A MHRT H [email protected]

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+ 354 560 0000

+ 354 560 0060

[email protected] www.sigling.is

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+ 91 22 26136 -51 (to – 54)

+ 91 22 2613655

[email protected] dgshipping.com DGS IN 011 - 86644 www.dgshipping.com

Indonesia































Departement Perhubungan Direktorat Jenderal Perhubungan Laut (Ship Control and Inspections) Jl. Merdeka Timur 5 10110 Jakarta, Indonesia

+ 62 21 363 009 (6 Saluran) + 62 21 359 945 + 62 21 359 946

+ 62 21 3857 690 + 62 21 380 7646

46783 DJPLIA

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+ 98 21 880 9280-9

+ 98 21 880 4100

[email protected] 212271

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Department of Communications, Marine and Natural Resources; Marine Survey Office 26 / 27 Eden Quay Dublin 1, Ireland

+ 353 1 8743 325

+ 353 1 8724 491

[email protected] (for survey reports) www.dcmnr.gov.ie/ mso

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+ 44 1624 688 500 + 44 7624 493 467

+ 44 1624 688 501

www.gov.im/dti/ shipping [email protected] gov.im

Israel































Ministry of Transport, Administration of Shipping and Ports P.O. Box 33993 31339 Haifa, Israel

+ 972 4 520241 + 972 4 8535640

+ 972 4 51161 + 972 4 8510185

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+ 39 010 2412797

+ 39 010 2478245

[email protected]

Jamaica































The Maritime Authority of Jamaica Dyoll Building, 7th Floor, 40 Knutsford Boulevard Kingston 5, Jamaica, W.I.

+ 1 876 929 2201 + 1 876 754 7260 754 7265

+ 1 876 754 7256

[email protected] com www.jamaicaships. com

● Survey / audit and issuance of certificate by GL. ▲ Survey / audit for issuance of certificate by the flag State Administration and / or servicing of them (e.g. mandatory periodical surveys). ! Survey / audit and issuance of certificate by GL. The country has not yet ratified the respective convention.

* Beyond territorial waters of the flag State only. + Certain procedural peculiarities apply.

© Germanischer Lloyd

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Int. Tonnage

Int. Pollution PreventionNoxious Liquid Subst. (NLS)

Int. Oil Pollution Prevention

Int. Certificate of Fitness-Gas (IGC)

Int. Certificate of Fitness-Chemicals (IBC)

DOA (Carriage Bulk Grain)

SMC (ISM)

DOC (ISM)

Int. Ship Security (ISPS)

Dangerous Goods

Passenger Ship Safety

Cargo Ship Safety Radio

Cargo Ship Safety Equipment

Cargo Ship Safety Construction

Int. Load Line

© Germanischer Lloyd

Certificate

Revision 5 • 01/05

Contact address of responsible Administrative body For enhanced communication between shipowners and Administrations in exceptional cases (e.g. application for exemption). The common procedure designates GL to establish and maintain contact with the administrations. Postal

Phone

Fax

Telex / E-mail / Website

Jordan































The Ports Corporation of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan P.O. Box 115 Aqaba, Jordan

+ 962 3 201 4024

+ 962 3 201 6204

62262 PORT JO

Kenya































Ministry of Transport an Communication P.O. Box 52 692, Transcom House, Ngong Road Nairobi, Kenya

+ 254 2 729200



22272 trans comm

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+ 686 2 6003 + 686 2 6435

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+ 965 4818701 + 965 4844102

+ 965 4814372 + 965 4844831

23106 SURVE KT

Latvia































Maritime Administration of Latvia; Maritime Safety Inspectorate Trijadibas lela 5 LV - 1048 Riga, Latvia

+ 371 7 062 166 + 371 9464704

+ 371 7 860 082



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+ 961 1 371 644/-645/ -646 + 961 3 312385 (Mobile)

+ 961 1 371 647

[email protected] transportation.gov.lb 43861

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Liberian International Ship and Corporate Registry; LISCR 8619 Westwood Center Drive, Suite 300 22182 Vienna, Virginia, U.S.A.

+ 1 703 790 3434

+ 1 703 790 5655

[email protected] www.liscr.com

Libya































Libyan Maritime Transport & Ports Administration P.O. Box 81890, Janzour Tripoli, Libya

+ 218 21 4891415

+ 218 21 4893436

20953 MARAUT LY

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+ 352 478 - 4453 + 352 478 - 4451

+ 352 299 140 + 352 465 753

[email protected] 60720 CAM LU www.etat.lu/CAM

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+ 60 3 3346 7777 + 60 3 3 -167 0530 / -169 5100

+ 60 3 3168 4454 + 60 3 3168 5289

[email protected] MA 39748 www.marine.gov.my

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+ 960 323 991 (until -3)

+ 960 323 994

[email protected] transcom.gov.mv 77066 MOTS MF

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+ 356 21 250 360, + 356 21 250 352, + 356 99 494 318 (T.Manager)

+ 356 21 241 460

[email protected] gov.mt 1362 REGSHP MW www.mma.gov.mt

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+ 1 703 620 4880

+ 1 703 476 8522

[email protected] register-iri.com www.register-iri.com

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Ministry of Public Infrastructure, Land Transport and Shipping; Land Transport and Shipping Division 4th Floor; New Government Centre Port Louis, Mauritius

+ 230 201 2115 + 230 201 2172

+ 230 201 3417 + 230 211 7699 + 230 212 6368

4874 SHIPCOR IW [email protected]

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+ 52 55 57239 300 + 52 55 57239 400

+ 212 22 273340

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+ 212 22 276010 + 212 22 276070

+ 212 2 273340

[email protected] net.ma

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Ministry of Transport and Communications C.Postal - 276, Av. Martires de Inhaminga No. 336 Maputo, Mozambique



+ 258 42007 + 258 424472



Myanmar































Ministry of Transport Department of Marine Administration 194, Six Storey Building, Strand Road Yangon, Union of Myanmar

+ 95 1 254157

+ 95 1 254159

[email protected] mptmail.net.mm

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+ 31 10 266 85 00 + 316229 09785 / + 316576 43541

+ 31 10 202 2320 + 31 10 202 3424

[email protected] www.ivw.nl

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+ 599 9 461 2361 + 599 9 461 1421 + 599 9 661 6300 (mobil)

+ 599 9 461 2964

[email protected] [email protected] gov.an

● Survey / audit and issuance of certificate by GL. ▲ Survey / audit for issuance of certificate by the flag State Administration and / or servicing of them (e.g. mandatory periodical surveys). ! Survey / audit and issuance of certificate by GL. The country has not yet ratified the respective convention.

* Beyond territorial waters of the flag State only. + Certain procedural peculiarities apply.

© Germanischer Lloyd

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Revision 5 • 01/05

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Attachments

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Int. Tonnage

Int. Pollution PreventionNoxious Liquid Subst. (NLS)

Int. Oil Pollution Prevention

Int. Certificate of Fitness-Gas (IGC)

Int. Certificate of Fitness-Chemicals (IBC)

DOA (Carriage Bulk Grain)

SMC (ISM)

DOC (ISM)

Int. Ship Security (ISPS)

Dangerous Goods

Passenger Ship Safety

Cargo Ship Safety Radio

Cargo Ship Safety Equipment

Cargo Ship Safety Construction

Int. Load Line

© Germanischer Lloyd

Certificate

Revision 5 • 01/05

Contact address of responsible Administrative body For enhanced communication between shipowners and Administrations in exceptional cases (e.g. application for exemption). The common procedure designates GL to establish and maintain contact with the administrations. Postal

Phone

Fax

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Maritime Safety Authority of New Zealand P.O. Box 27006, 8th Floor, gen-I Tower 109 Featherston Street Wellington, New Zealand

+ 64 4 473 0111

+ 64 4 494 1263

[email protected] www.msa.govt.nz

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+ 47 22 45 45 00

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+ 47 22 45 45 00

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Oman































Department of Navigation and Maritime Affairs, Ministry of Communications P.O. Box 684 Muscat, Sultanat of Oman

+ 968 702233

+ 968 701409

3390 MWASALTON

Pakistan































Ministry of Communications (Ports and Shipping Wing) Mercantile Marine Department 223-E. I. Lines, Sommerset House Raja Ghazanfar Ali Khan Road 4 Karachi, Pakistan

+ 92 21 521656 + 92 21 528314

+ 92 21 521331



Panama































Panama Maritime Authority; International Representative Office 6 West 48th Street, 11th Floor NY 10036 New York, USA

+ 1 212 869 6440

+ 1 212 575 2285 + 1 212 575 2288

[email protected] www.segumar.com

Papua New Guinea































Department of Transport P.O. Box 457 Konedobu, Papua New Guinea

+ 675 222 500



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Department of Transportation and Communications, Maritime Industry Authority - MARINA 5th Floor, PPL Building, United Nations Avenue 1000 Ermita Manila, Philippines

+ 63 2 52386 51 to 60 + 63 2 5242746 / + 63 2 52101074

+ 63 2 5219526

27267 MIA PH

Portugal































IPTM - Instituto Portuario dos Transportes Maritimos Edificio Vasco da Gama, Rua General Gomes Araujo 1399 - 005 Lisboa, Portugal

+ 351 21 391 4500

+ 351 21 3914600

[email protected] mail.telepac.pt www.imarpor.pt

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+ 351 291 201930

+ 351 291 223121 + 351 291 201933

tec.commission. [email protected] gov-madeira.pt

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Customs & Ports General Authority; Department of Maritime Affairs & Transport P.O. Box 313 Doha, Qatar

+ 974 445 74 57

+ 974 441 43 56

4378 DH

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Autoritatea Navala Romana Incinta Port Constanta No. 1 8700 Constanta, Romania

+ 40 2 41 602229

+ 40 2 41 601996

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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines































St. Vincent and the Grenadines; Maritime Administration 8, Ave Frontenex CH - 1207 Geneva, Switzerland

+ 41 22 707 6300

+ 41 22 707 6350

[email protected] svg-marad.com, 421 925 SVGR CH, www.svg-marad.com

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Government of Samoa; Ministry of Transport P.O. Box 1607 Apia, Samoa

+ 685 23 700

+ 685 25 419 (Main Office) + 685 21 990 (Secretary's Off.)







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The Deputyship of Transport, Ministry of Communications, Marine Department 11178 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

+ 248 22 4701

+ 248 22 4829

[email protected] seychellesports.sc



Ministry of Tourism and Transport; Port & Marine Services Division P.O. Box 47 Victoria, Mahe, Seychelles Ministry of Transport and Communications Ministerial Building, George Street Freetown, Sierra Leone







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Singapore































Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore Shipping Division; Ship Safety Department P.O. Box 313; 911141, 460 Alexandra Road; 21st Storey PSA Building 119963 Singapore, Singapore

+ 65 6375 6222 + 65 6375 6227 + 65 6375 6217

+ 65 6375 6231

MARDEP RS 50287 www.mpa.gov.sg

Slovakia































Ministry of Transport, Posts and Telecomunications, Water Transport Department, Maritime Office of the Slovak Republic Namestie Slobody 6 81005 Bratislava, Slovak Republic

+ 421 2 5949 4346

+ 421 2 5244 2013

[email protected] telecom.gov.sk

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* Beyond territorial waters of the flag State only. + Certain procedural peculiarities apply.

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Int. Pollution PreventionNoxious Liquid Subst. (NLS)

Int. Oil Pollution Prevention

Int. Certificate of Fitness-Gas (IGC)

Int. Certificate of Fitness-Chemicals (IBC)

DOA (Carriage Bulk Grain)

SMC (ISM)

DOC (ISM)

Int. Ship Security (ISPS)

Dangerous Goods

Passenger Ship Safety

Cargo Ship Safety Radio

Cargo Ship Safety Equipment

Cargo Ship Safety Construction

Int. Load Line

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Ministry of Transport of Republic of Slovenija P.O. Box 425, Langusova 4 1535 Ljubljana, Slovenija

+ 386 61 178 8000

+ 386 61 178 8139



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South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) P.O. Box 13186 0028 Hatfield, South Africa

+ 27 12 342 3049

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Ministerio de Fomento, Direccion General de la Marina Mercante, Subdireccion General de Inspeccion Maritima Ruiz de Alarcon, 1 28071 Madrid, Spain

+ 34 91 597 92 57

+ 34 91 597 90 03

[email protected] 27298 MAMER E

Sri Lanka































Ministry of Port Development and Shipping; Merchant Shipping Division 1st Floor, Bristol Building, 43/89 York Street Colombo 01, Sri Lanka

+ 94 1 435127 + 94 1 441293 + 94 1 441429 + 94 1 380764

+ 94 1 435160 + 94 1 441429

[email protected]

Suriname





























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+ 597 472940



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Swedish Maritime Safety Inspectorate Slottsgatan 82 SE - 60178 Norrköping, Sweden

+ 46 11 19 1000

+ 46 11 10 1949

[email protected] 64380 SHIPADM S

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Schweizerisches Seeschifffahrtsamt; Swiss Maritime Navigation Office Postfach, Nauenstrasse 49 CH- 4002 Basel, Switzerland

+ 41 61 270 9120

+ 41 61 270 9129

965514 SSA CH

Thailand

























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Marine Department 1278 Yotha Road, Talardnoi, Samphanthawong District 10100 Bangkok, Thailand

+ 662 236 6678 + 662 236 2620 + 662 233 1311

+ 662 236 7248 + 662 236 6678



Togo































Ministère du Commerce et des Transports Directeur des Affairs Maritimes Lomé, Republique Togolaise







Tonga































Ministry of Marine and Ports P.O. Box 397, Vune Road Nuku´alofa, Tonga

+ 676 26 233 + 676 26 235 + 676 22 555

+ 676 26 234

[email protected] [email protected]

Spain

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Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago; Ministry of Transport, Maritime Services Division P.O. Box 493; Port of Spain, Ansa House; 2nd Floor; Corner Queen and Henry Streets Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

+ 1868 625 3858 (Director) + 1868 625 3804 (Shipping)

+ 1868 624 5884

[email protected]

Tunisia































Ministère du Transport, Office de la Marine Marchande et des Ports Batiment Administratif 2060 la Goulette, Republique Tunisienne

+ 216 71 735 300

+ 216 71 738 812

[email protected] ommp.nat.tn

Turkey































T.C. Basbakanlik Denizcilik Müstesarligi Istanbul Bölge Müdürlügü Meclis-i Mebusan Cad. No. 151 TR - 80104 Findikli - Istanbul, Turkey

+ 90 212 249 21 97 + 90 212 249 21 98

+ 90 212 293 42 97



Tuvalu































Tuvalu Government, Ministry of Communication & Transport, Marine and Post Services Department Private Mail Bag Vaiaku, Funafuti, Tuvalu

+ 688 20054 + 688 20744

+ 971 2 449 1500

[email protected]

Ukraine































Ministry of Transport of Ukraine; Shipping Register of Ukraine 10, P. Sagaydachnogo Str. 04070 Kyiv, Ukraine

+ 380 44 416 10 28

+ 380 44 417 32 89

[email protected] shipregistr.kiev.ua 131423

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Ministry of Communications Marine Affairs Department P.O. Box 900 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

+ 971 2 418 2222

+ 971 2 449 1500

[email protected] gov.ae

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Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Bay 2/20, Spring Place, 105 Commercial Road SO15 1EG Southampton, United Kingdom

+ 44 23 8032 9100 (Head of Op) + 44 (0)870 600 6505 (24hInfo)

+ 44 23 8032 9531 (Head of Op) + 44 23 8032 9104

[email protected] mcga.gov.uk www.mcga.gov.uk

USA































U.S. Department of Homeland Security; United States Coast Guard 2100 Second Street S.W. 20593- 0001 Washington D.C., U.S.A.

+ 1 202 267 2967 + 1 202 267 2229

+ 1 202 267 4816

(name)@ comdt.uscg.mil www.uscg.mil/ uscg.shtm

Vanuatu































Vanuatu Maritime Services Limited 42 Broadway, Suite 1200 - 18 N.Y. 10004 - 1617 New York, U.S.A.

+ 1 212 425 9600

+ 1 212 425 9652

[email protected] attglobal.net www. vanuatuships.com

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Ministry of Transport; Public Corporation for Maritime Affairs P.O. Box 19395 Sana’a, Yemen

+ 967 419914 + 967 414412

+ 967 414645

4025 BIHAR YE

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Abbreviations A A

Assembly

E ECDIS

Electronic Chart Display and Information System

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IALA

International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities

AFS

International Convention on the Control of Harmful Anti-Fouling Systems on Ships, 2001

EMK

Emergency medical kit/bag

IAMSAR

AIS

Automatic Identification System

EmS

International Aeronautical and Maritime Search and Rescue Manual

ARPA

Automatic Radar Plotting Aid

Emergency Procedures for Ships Carrying Dangerous Goods

IBC Code

International Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk

IBS

Integrated Bridge System

IEC

International Electrotechnical Commission

IGC Code

International Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk

ILLC

International Convention on Load Lines

ILO

International Labour Organization

IMDG Code

International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code

IMO

International Maritime Organization

INF Code

International Code for the Safe Carriage of Irradiated Nuclear Fuel, Plutonium and High-level Radioactive Wastes in Flasks on Board Ships

INMARSAT

International Maritime Satellite Organization

IOPP

International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate

ISM Code

International Safety Management Code

ISO

International Organization for Standardization

ISPS Code

International Ship and Port Facility Security Code

B BC Code BCH Code BNWAS

C CAP’s

EPIRB

Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon

Code of Safe Practice for Solid Bulk Cargoes

ESP

Enhanced Survey Programme

Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk

F FAL

Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System Central Alerting Posts

CAS

Condition Assessment Scheme

Circ.

Circular

CNUC

Nuclear Cargo Ship (Form for record of equipment)

COLREG

International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea

IMO Sub-committee on Facilitation

FSS Code

Fire Safety Systems Code

FTP Code

Fire Test Procedures Code

FWLAFFS

Fixed Water based Local Application Fire Fighting Systems

G GC Code

Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk

GL

Germanischer Lloyd

GLONASS

Global Navigation Satellite System operated by the Government of the Russian Federation

COMSAR

Radio Communication and Search and Rescue

CSM

Cargo Securing Manual

GMDSS

Global Maritime Distress and Safety System

CSR

Continuous Synopsis Record

GNSS

Global Navigation Satellite System

CSS Code

Code of Safe Practice for Cargo Stowage and Securing

GPS

Global Positioning System

H HCFC D DGPS

Hydro-Chlorofluorocarbon

Differential Global Positioning System

HGO

Heavy Grade Oil

DGLONASS

Differential Global Navigation Satellite System

HSC Code

DOC

Document of Compliance

International Code of Safety for High-Speed Craft

DSC

Digital Selective Calling

HSSC

DSC Code

Code of Safety for Dynamically Supported Craft

Harmonized System of Survey and Certification

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IACS

International Association of Classification Societies

L LSA LSA Code

Life-Saving Appliances International Life-Saving Appliances Code

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M MARPOL MAS

Maritime Assistance Service

MEPC

Marine Environment Protection Committee

MFAG

Medical First Aid Guide

MODU Code

Code for the Construction and Equipment of Mobile Offshore Drilling Units

MRCC

Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Center

MSC

Maritime Safety Committee

N NAV NAVTEX

NBDP

P

International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships

IMO Sub-committee on Safety of Navigation

P

PPE

Pollution Prevention Equipment

PSC

Port State Control

PSSA

Particularly Sensitive Sea Area

R Ro-ro

S

Roll-on-Roll-off

Res.

Resolution

S-VDR

Simplified Voyage Data Recorder

SAR

Search and Rescue

SAR Conv.

International Convention on Maritime Search and Rescue

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STCW

International Convention on Standards for Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers

STCW Code

Seafarers’ Training, Certification and Watchkeeping Code

STCW-F

International Convention on Standards for Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Fishing Vessel Personnel

T THD

Transmitting Heading Device

TMHD

Transmitting Magnetic Heading Device

TP

Thermal Protective

Direct-printing telegraphy system for transmission of warnings and urgent information to ships

SCBA

Self Contained Breathing Apparatus

SMC

Safety Management Certificate

Narrow Band Direct Printing

SMCP

Standard Marine Communication Phrase

VHF

Very High Frequency Volatile Organic Compounds

V VDR

Voyage Data Recorder

NLS

Noxious Liquid Substances

SMPEP

Shipboard Marine Pollution Emergency Plan

VOC

NOx

Nitrogen Oxides

SOLAS

International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea

VOS

Voluntary Observing Ships‘

VTS

Vessel Traffic Service

PMA

Permanet Means of Access

SOPEP

Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan

PNUC

Nuclear Passenger Ship (Form for record of equipment)

SOx

Sulphur oxides

W WIG Craft

Wing-In-Ground Craft

SPS Code

Code of Safety for Special Purpose Ships

SSAS

Ship Security Alert System

WMO

World Maritime Organization

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