Ship Technology Regulation

Original Language Title: Änderung der Schiffstechnikverordnung

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148. Regulation of the Federal Minister for Transport, Innovation and Technology amending the Regulation on technical requirements for vehicles on inland waterways (ship-to-ship regulation)

On the basis of § § 107, 109 (7) and (4) (4) of the Shipping Law, BGBl. I n ° 62/1997, as last amended by BGBl. I n ° 180/2013, shall be prescribed in accordance with § 153 (5) of the Maritime Law:

The regulation of the Federal Minister of Transport, Innovation and Technology on technical regulations for vehicles on inland waters (Ship Technology Ordinance), Federal Law Gazette (BGBl). II No 162/2009, as last amended by BGBl. II No 21/2011, shall be amended as follows:

1. In the table of contents the following is added after the registration in accordance with § 34:

"§ 35 Implementation hint"

In the table of contents, the entry in Annex VII to Appendix 2 is:

" Annex VII

Navigation radar systems and turning indicators in inland waterway transport "

3. In the table of contents, after the entry in Annex VII to Appendix 2, the following is inserted:

" Annex VIII

Curbs-Supplementary provisions and samples of certificates

Annex IX

Onboard equipment-Test procedure "

4. § 3 (1) the following paragraphs 106 and 107 are added:

" 106.

" Expert " a person, recognised by the competent authority or by an authorised institution, who, on the basis of his professional training and experience, has a special knowledge of the area under consideration, with the relevant provisions and, in general, is fully acquainted with the recognised rules of technology (e.g. EN standards, substantive rules, technical rules of other Member States of the European Union) and the relevant installations, respectively. assess and assess bodies and assess them;

107.

" Knowledgeable " a person who has sufficient knowledge of the field to be examined on the basis of his professional training and experience, who is subject to the relevant provisions and generally accepted rules of technology (e.g. EN standards, Regulations, technical rules of other Member States of the European Union), to the extent that they are familiar with the functional safety of the respective installations, or Facilities can be assessed. "

5. § 4 (3) shall not apply to paragraph 6.

6. In § 8, paragraph 5 is deleted.

7. In § 20 (2) the expression " Article 2.02 " by the expression " Article 2.03 " replaced.

8. § 26 para. 2 Z 3 reads:

" 3.

an expert on nautical with a certificate of competence entitled to carry the vehicle to be tested; "

9. The following paragraphs 3 and 4 are added to § 33:

" (3) § 1 para. 1 and 4, § 2 para. 2, 4 and 5, § 22 para. 5, annex 3, articles 4.01, 7.01 and 8a.01, annex 4, articles 3.02, 3.03 and 3.04, as well as annex 5, part 6, in the version of the regulation BGBl. II No 21/2011 shall enter into force with the day following the presentation of this Regulation.

(4) § 3 (1) Z 106 and 107, § 4 para. 3, § 8, § 20 para. 2, § 26 para. 2 Z 3, § 33 para. 3 and 4, § 35, as well as article 3.02 para. 1 lit. b, article 6.09, article 7.05 para. 5, article 7.06 para. 1, article 8.01 para. 2, article 8a.03 para. 1, article 10.02 para. 1, Article 10.03 (1), (2) and (5), Article 10.03a (6) to (8), Article 10.03b (9), Article 11.02, Article 11.04 (2), Article 11.12, Article 14.13, Article 14.14, Article 14.15, Chapter 14a, Article 15.02 (8), Article 15.03 (5), Article 15.02 (5), Article 15.03 para. 9 lit. a, Article 15.06 (1a) and (15), Article 15.11 (2), (4) and (7a), Article 15.14 (1), Article 22.02 para. 1 lit. d, article 22.04, article 22a.05 para. 2 lit. c, article 24.02, article 24.06, article 24a.02, annex I, annex II, annex VII, annex VIII and annex IX to Appendix 2, article 4.02, article 8.02, article 10.01 and article 10.02 of the Annex 3, Article 2.02 (5), Article 2.06, Article 2.07, and Article 3.02 of Appendix 4, Annex 6 and Annex 7, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 148/2014 shall enter into force with the day following the presentation of this Regulation. "

10. According to § 34, the following § 35 is inserted:

" Implementation Notice

§ 35. The provisions of this Regulation shall be implemented:

1.

Directive 94 /25/EC on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to recreational craft, OJ L 254, 30.9.1994 No. 15, as last amended by Regulation (EU) No 1025/2012, OJ L 164, 30.6.2012, p. No. OJ L 316, 14.11.2012 p. 12;

2.

Directive 2006 /87/EC on technical requirements for inland waterway vessels and repealing Council Directive 82/714/EEC, OJ L 327, 30.4.2006, p. No. 1, as last amended by Directive 2013 /49/EU, OJ L 327, 30.12.2013, p. No. OJ L 272 of 11.10.2013 p. 41;

3.

Directive 2009 /100/EC on the mutual recognition of ship testing for inland waterway vessels, OJ L 327, 22.7.2009, p. No. OJ L 259, 02.10.2009 p. 8.

11. Article 3.02 para. 1 lit. b of Appendix 2 is:

" (b)

In the case of inspections in accordance with Article 21 of the Regulation on Ship Technology, ships constructed of steel shall meet the minimum thickness of the ground, take-up and lateral flattening of at least the greater of the values determined in accordance with the following formulae: "

12. The heading of Article 6.09 of Appendix 2 is:

" Article 6.09

Audit "

13. Article 7.05 (5) of Appendix 2 reads:

" (5) Signal lights, their housings and accessories must bear the approval mark, which according to the Ship Equipment Ordinance, BGBl. II No 139/1999, as amended. '

14. Article 7.06 (1) of Appendix 2 reads:

" (1) Navigation radar systems and turning indicators shall comply with the requirements set out in Annex VII, Part I and Part II. Compliance with the requirements shall be determined by a type-approval granted by the competent authority. Inland Electronic Chart Display Information System (hereinafter 'ECDIS') devices, which can be operated in the navigation mode, are considered to be navigation radar systems.

The requirements for the installation and functioning of navigation radar systems and turning indicators in inland waterway transport in accordance with Part III of Annex VII must be complied with.

15. Article 8.01 (2) of Appendix 2 reads:

" (2) Pressure vessels for the operation of the ship are

a)

before the first commissioning,

b)

before re-commissioning after a change or repair, and

c)

regularly, but at least every five years,

to check by an expert on their safe condition. The test shall include an internal and external test. In the case of compressed air containers which cannot be inspected properly on the inside or whose perfect condition has not been unambiguously recognized during the internal inspection, another non-destructive test procedure or a non-destructive testing procedure is also required. To carry out water pressure testing.

A certificate signed by the expert shall be issued on the examination and the date of the examination shall be shown.

Other installations in need of surveillance, in particular steam boilers, other pressure vessels and their accessories and lifts, shall comply with the rules of one of the Member States of the European Union. "

16. In Article 8a.03 (1) of Appendix 2, in the Literaliste, the enumeration symbol " c) " through the enumeration icon " b) " replaced.

17. Article 10.02 (1) of Appendix 2 reads:

" (1) The following equipment shall at least be present in accordance with the applicable rules on ship-to-ship policy:

a)

Spokesman's office;

b)

equipment and devices required to give the required visual and audible signs and to describe the ships;

c)

Replacement lights for the required lights, which are independent of the on-board electrical system, for the breastfeeding system.

In addition, at least the following containers must be present:

d)

Containers marked for household waste;

e)

in each case one marked container of steel or another shock-resistant and non-combustible material with a tightly closing cover of sufficient size, but at least 10 l of contents, for the purpose of receiving the

aa)

Oil-containing plaster flaps,

bb)

special wastes,

cc)

liquid hazardous waste

and, where these may be incurred, to include the

dd)

Slops,

ee)

other fat-containing ship-generated waste. "

18. In Article 10.03 (1) of Appendix 2, the first sentence is:

"A portable fire extinguisher must be present in the following places in accordance with the European standards EN 3-7: 2007 and EN 3-8: 2007:"

19. Article 10.03 (2) of Appendix 2 reads:

" (2) Only powder extinguishers with a filling mass of at least 6 kg or other portable fire extinguishers having the same extinguishing capacity may be used for the portable fire extinguishers required in paragraph 1. They must be suitable for fire classes A, B and C.

By way of derogation, spray foam fire extinguishers of up to -20 ° C of frost-proof water-film-forming foams (AFFF-AR) are permitted on ships on which no liquefied gas installations are installed, even if they are not suitable for fire class C. The minimum fill level of these fire extinguishers shall be 9 litres.

All fire extinguishers shall be suitable for extinguishing fires in electrical installations up to 1000 V. "

20. Article 10.03 (5) of Appendix 2 reads:

" (5) Portable fire extinguishers shall be examined at least every two years by an expert. A certificate signed by the expert shall be affixed to the fire extinguisher from which the date of the examination is to be seen. "

21. Article 10.03a (6) to (8) of Appendix 2:

" (6) The installations are

a)

before the first commissioning,

b)

prior to the re-commissioning after triggering;

c)

before re-commissioning, after a substantial change or repair, and

d)

regularly, but at least every two years

to be examined by an expert. Tests according to lit. d can also be carried out by an expert from a fire extinguishers specialist company.

(7) In the case of the examination referred to in paragraph 6, the expert or expert shall have to examine whether the installations comply with the requirements of this Article.

The examination shall include at least:

a)

external inspection of the whole installation;

b)

Control of the functioning of the safety installations and of the nozzles;

c)

Control of the pressure vessel-pump system.

(8) A certificate signed by the expert or expert shall be issued on the examination, which shall also indicate the date of the examination. "

22. Article 10.03b (9). (b) and (c) of Appendix 2:

" (b)

The asset is

aa)

before the first commissioning,

bb)

prior to the re-commissioning after triggering,

cc)

before re-commissioning, after a substantial change or repair, and

dd)

regularly, but at least every two years

by to examine an expert. Checks according to sublit. dd can also be carried out by an expert in a specialist company for fire extinguishing systems.

c)

In the course of the examination, the expert or the expert shall have to examine whether the installation complies with the requirements of this Article. "

23. Article 10.03b (9) (e) of Appendix 2 reads:

" e)

The examination shall be accompanied by a certificate signed by the expert or expert, which shall also indicate the date of the examination. '

Article 11.02 (4) of Appendix 2 reads as follows:

" (4) outer edges of the decks and gangborths, and those working areas where the height of fall may be more than 1 m, shall be provided with a height of at least 0.90 m in height or with continuous railings corresponding to the size of the gun-clad or hatchback. European Standard EN 711: 1995. If the gangboard railing can be relocated,

a)

additional continuous handrails with a diameter of 0.02 to 0.04 m at a height of 0.7 to 1.1 m at the Lukensüll and

b)

in good visible places at the beginning of the gangborde signs according to Appendix I picture 10 of at least 15 cm diameter

should be appropriate. If there is no Lukensüll, a fixed railing shall be affixed.

25. In accordance with Article 11.02 (4) of Appendix 2, the following paragraphs 4a and 4b are inserted:

" (4a) By way of derogation from paragraph 4, there is no need for clothing dresses or railing to be present in the case of sabers and towed barges without housing if:

a)

on the outer edges of the decks and gangborde footstrips,

b)

on the Lukensüllen handrails in accordance with paragraph 4 lit. a and

c)

in good visible places on deck signs according to Appendix I, picture 10 of at least 15 cm in diameter are attached.

(4b) By way of derogation from paragraph 4, in the case of ships with a leaf or trunk deck, the railings do not need to be directly attached to the outer edges of these decks or to the gangborde, if:

a)

the roads run on these decks, are surrounded by fixed railroads in accordance with EN 711: 1995, and

b)

in the case of well-visible places at the transitions to areas not protected by balustrades, information signs according to Appendix I, picture 10 of at least 15 cm in diameter are attached. "

26. Article 11.04 (2) of Appendix 2 reads:

"(2) Up to a height of 0.90 m above the gangboard, the clear width of the gangboard can be reduced to a height of 0.50 m if there is a clear width between the outer edge of the on-board wall and the outer edge of the load of at least 0.65 m."

27. Article 11.12 (6) and (7) of Appendix 2 are:

" (6) Cranes shall be examined by an expert

a)

before the first commissioning,

b)

before re-commissioning, after a substantial change or repair, and

c)

regularly, but at least every ten years.

In doing so, sufficient strength and sufficient stability shall be determined by calculation and by a load test on board.

In the case of cranes whose payload does not exceed 2 000 kg, the expert may decide to replace, in whole or in part, the calculation of the computer by means of a test with a value of 1.25 times the payload which is taken over the full travel path.

A certificate signed by the expert shall be issued on the examination and the date of the examination shall be shown.

(7) Cranes shall be regularly, at least once a year, to be examined by a competent person. In this case, the work-safe condition of the crane is to be determined by visual and functional control.

The examination shall be accompanied by a certificate signed by the expert, which shall indicate the date of the examination.

28. Article 11.12 (8) of Appendix 2 is deleted.

29. Article 11.12 (10) of Appendix 2 reads:

" (10) For cranes, the operating instructions of the crane manufacturer must be on board. It shall contain at least the following information:

a)

the area of use and function of the operating organs;

b)

the maximum permissible payload corresponding to the outsourcing;

c)

maximum permissible inclination of the crane;

d)

Instructions for assembly and maintenance;

e)

general technical data. "

30. Article 14.13 of Appendix 2 reads:

" Article 14.13

Audit

(1) liquefied gas installations shall be examined by an expert to determine whether the installation complies with the requirements of this Chapter:

a)

before the first commissioning,

b)

before re-commissioning after a substantial change or repair

c)

for each renewal of the certificate referred to in Article 14.15.

A certificate signed by the expert shall be issued on the examination and the date of the examination shall be shown. The review board shall be provided with a copy thereof.

For vehicles of category 1, the certificate must conform to the model of Annex VI. The use of the form made available by the Berufsgenossenschaft für Fahrzeughaltungen (BGF), Duisburg, is permitted.

In the case of passenger ships, the expert must also determine whether there is a valid certificate of the proper installation of the gas warning system in accordance with Article 15.15 (9) or the examination of the gas warning system.

(2) As experts within the meaning of paragraph 1, experts from the Authority, recognised classification societies, engineering consultants for mechanical engineering (ship technology) or mechanical engineering, technical bodies of the technical sector shall be considered as experts. Surveillance of Austria, organs of authorized testing facilities for gas and fire technology and holders of a concession for the gas pipeline installation. "

31. The heading of Article 14.14 of Appendix 2 is:

" Article 14.14

Test conditions "

32. In Article 14.15 of Appendix 2, the term " Decrease " through the term " Audit " replaced.

(33) The following Chapter 14a is inserted after Chapter 14 of Appendix 2:

" CHAPTER 14a

SHIP-TO-BOARD FACILITIES FOR PASSENGER SHIPS

Article 14a.01

Definitions

For the purposes of this Chapter:

1.

" Onboard equipment " a sewage treatment plant for wastewater treatment in a compact design for domestic waste water produced on board;

2.

" Type Approval " the decision by which the authority confirms that an onboard treatment plant meets the technical requirements of this Chapter;

3.

" Special Check " the procedure referred to in Article 14a.11 by which the authority shall ensure that the on-board equipment satisfies the requirements of this Chapter;

4.

" Manufacturer " the person or body responsible for all matters relating to the type-approval procedure and the conformity of the production with the authority. This person or body does not have to be involved in all stages of the construction of the onboard equipment. Where the on-board treatment is not produced until after the original manufacture has been made, by appropriate modifications and additions for use on a vehicle within the meaning of this Chapter, the person or body responsible shall be deemed to be the manufacturer who shall: Changes or additions have been made;

5.

" Information document " the document referred to in Annex VIII, Part II, which lists the information to be supplied by the applicant;

6.

" Description folder " the totality of the data, drawings, photographs and other documents submitted by the applicant to the technical service or the authority in accordance with the requirements of the information document;

7.

" Description Documents " the information folder plus all the test reports and other documents which have been annexed to the technical service or the authority in the exercise of its functions of the information folder;

8.

" Type-approval certificate " the document drawn up in accordance with Annex VIII, Part III, which certifies the type-approval of the authority;

9.

" Onboard Asset Parameter History " the document drawn up in accordance with Annex VIII, Part VIII, in which all parameters, including components (components) and on-board sewage treatment settings, which affect the level of the purification of waste water, including changes thereof, shall be recorded are;

10.

" Instructions from the manufacturer to control the components and parameters of the onboard sewage treatment plant relevant for wastewater treatment " the document drawn up in accordance with Article 14a.11 (4) for the purpose of carrying out the special examinations;

11.

" Domestic wastewater " Waste water from kitchens, dining rooms, washrooms and washing kitchens as well as faecal water;

12.

" Sewage sludge " Residues resulting from the operation of an onboard vehicle on board the vehicle.

Article 14a.02

General provisions

(1) This Chapter shall apply to all the onboard equipment fitted on passenger ships.

2. (a) On-board treatment systems must comply with the limit values given in Table 1 in the course of the type test:

Table 1

Limit values to be observed during the type test at the end of the onboard treatment plant (test facility)

Parameters

Concentration

Sampling type

Biochemical oxygen demand (BSB 5) ISO 5815 -1 and 5815 -2:2003 1)

20 mg/l

24-h mixed sample, homogenized

25 mg/l

Sample, homogenized

Chemical oxygen demand (CSB) 2) ISO 6060:1989 1)

100 mg/l

24-h mixed sample, homogenized

125 mg/l

Sample, homogenized

Total organically bound carbon (TOC) EN 1484:1997 1)

35 mg/l

24-h mixed sample, homogenized

45 mg/l

Sample, homogenized

1) The application of equivalent procedures shall be permitted.

2) Instead of the chemical oxygen demand (COD), the entire organically bound carbon (TOC) can also be used for the type test.

b)

In operation, the monitoring values shall be observed in accordance with Table 2.

Table 2

Monitoring values to be observed during operation on board passenger ships at the end of the on-board transport system

Parameters

Concentration

Sampling type

Biochemical oxygen demand (BSB 5) ISO 5815 -1 and 5815 -2:2003 1)

25 mg/l

Sample, homogenized

Chemical oxygen demand (CSB) 2) ISO 6060:1989 1)

125 mg/l

Sample, homogenized

150 mg/l

Sample

Total organically bound carbon (TOC) EN 1484:1997 1)

45 mg/l

Sample, homogenized

1) The application of equivalent procedures shall be permitted.

2) Instead of the chemical oxygen demand (COD), the entire organically bound carbon (TOC) can also be used for the type test.

c)

The respective values of Tables 1 and 2 may not be exceeded in the sample.

(3) The use of chlorine-containing agents is not permitted. It is also inadmissible to dilute domestic effluents in order to enable a reduction of the specific load and, as a result, disposal in this way.

(4) adequate precautions must be taken to store, maintain (where necessary) and discharge the sewage sludge. This also includes a management plan for sewage sludge.

(5) Compliance with the limit values laid down in Table 1 (2) shall be confirmed by a type-approval and shall be determined by type-approval. Type-approval shall be certified in a type-approval certificate. The owner or his authorised representative shall attach a copy of the type-approval certificate to the request for review in accordance with Article 5 of this Regulation. A copy of the type-approval certificate and of the on-board equipment parameter protocol shall be carried on board.

(6) After the installation of the on-board equipment on board, a function check is carried out by the manufacturer prior to the start of the control operation. The on-board storage system shall be entered in the Community certificate under point 52 with the following information:

a)

Name,

b)

the type-approval number,

c)

serial number and

d)

Year of construction.

(7) A special examination pursuant to Article 14a.11 (3) must always be carried out after any substantial modification of an on-board sewage treatment plant has an impact on waste water purification.

(8) (Without content)

(9) In order to ensure the proper functioning of the vehicle, the onboard storage system is to be kept on a regular basis in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications. A corresponding proof of maintenance is to be carried on board.

Article 14a.03

Application for type-approval

(1) A request for type-approval of a shipboard type approval shall be submitted by the manufacturer to the authority. The application shall be

1.

an information folder in accordance with Article 14a.01 (6),

2.

the design of an on-board plant parameter protocol in accordance with Article 14a.01 (9),

3.

a draft guidance by the manufacturer to control the components and parameters of the on-board type of equipment relevant to the purification of waste water, in accordance with Article 14a.01 (10),

4.

an affidavit of the manufacturer that, in accordance with paragraph 3, no application for type-approval has been made in any other Member State of the European Union;

5.

an expert opinion of an expert according to § 12c (5) of the Water Rights Act 1959 (WRG 1959), BGBl. No 215/1959, as amended, or of a civil engineer in the field of cultural engineering and water management, on the results of an inspection of a prototype of the onboard treatment plant in accordance with the procedure laid down in Annex IX, and

6.

the documents drawn up by an expert in accordance with Section 12c (5) WRG 1959 or a Civil Engineer for Cultural and Water Management in accordance with Annex VIII

shall be attached. The costs of the waste management and the technical expenses of the experts referred to in Z 5 and 6 shall be borne by the manufacturer.

If, in the case of an application for type-approval of a shipboard type-approval, the Authority finds that the submitted application is in respect of the prototype of the onboard storage system presented in the information document referred to in Annex VIII, Part II, Supplement No. 1 shall be subject to another and, where appropriate, an additional prototype of the test referred to in paragraph 1 (5), which shall be recorded by the Authority.

(3) A request for type-approval of an on-board type of vehicle type may not be submitted to more than one competent authority of a Member State of the European Union. A separate application shall be made for each type of on-board type of vehicle to be approved.

Article 14a.04

Type-approval procedure

(1) The authority shall grant type-approval for the on-board type of equipment which corresponds to the descriptions in the information folder and meets the requirements of this chapter. Compliance with these requirements shall be considered in accordance with Annex IX.

The Authority shall complete all relevant parts of the type-approval certificate in respect of each type-approval certificate for which it is issuing a type-approval certificate, the model of which is set out in Part III of Annex VIII; it shall draw up or examine the table of contents. the information package. Type-approval certificates shall be numbered in accordance with the procedure set out in Annex VIII, Part IV. The completed type-approval certificate and its annexes shall be sent to the applicant.

(3) The on-board equipment to be approved fills its function or has specific characteristics only in connection with other parts of the vehicle in which it is to be installed and, for that reason, may require compliance with one or more of the following: The scope of the type-approval for such an onboard equipment shall be restricted accordingly if the requirements are to be considered only if the on-board equipment to be approved is operated together with other genuine or simulated vehicle parts. In such cases, all restrictions on its use and all installation requirements shall be listed in the type-approval certificate for a shipboard type of equipment.

(4) The Authority shall communicate

1.

to the competent authorities of the Member States of the European Union, in the event of any change, to refuse or withdraw the list of types of curb types (with the details referred to in Annex VIII, Part V), the approval of which they are granted in the period in question has;

2.

at the request of another competent authority

a)

a copy of the type-approval certificate, with or without the information package, for each type of curb for which it has been granted, refused or withdrawn, and, where appropriate,

b)

the list of onboard equipment manufactured in accordance with the type-approvals granted, in accordance with Article 14a.06 (3), which contains the details provided for in Part VI of Annex VIII.

The Authority shall send a copy of the data sheet referred to in Annex VIII, Part VII, to the European Commission on an annual basis and, in addition, on receipt of a corresponding application, on the types of curb, for which it has been notified since the last notification. has been granted a permit.

Article 14a.05

Modification of type approvals

(1) Any changes to the particulars referred to in the information package shall be communicated to the Authority without delay.

(2) Applications for modification or extension of type-approval issued by a competent authority of another Member State of the European Union cannot be accepted.

Where the characteristics of the on-board equipment have been changed as described in the information package, the Authority shall issue:

1.

where necessary, corrected pages of the information package, identifying each page in such a way that the nature of the change and the date of the new edition are clearly visible. For each new edition of pages, the table of contents shall be updated accordingly to the information package (which is attached to the type-approval certificate);

2.

a revised type-approval certificate (with an extension number), provided that information has been changed (with the exception of the supplements) or if the minimum requirements of this chapter have changed since the original approval date. From the revised approval certificate, the reason for its change and the date of the new edition must be clearly indicated.

If the Authority finds that new tests or tests are justified on the basis of a change to the information package, it shall inform the manufacturer thereof and shall not submit the documents referred to above until after the To carry out successful new tests or tests.

Article 14a.06

Compliance

(1) The number of the marks set out in Part I of Annex VIII, including the type-approval number, must be affixed by the manufacturer to each of the on-board equipment manufactured in accordance with the type-approval.

(2) If the type-approval contains restrictions on the use referred to in Article 14a.04 (3), any unit manufactured must be accompanied by detailed information about those restrictions and all the installation requirements of the manufacturer.

Within 45 days of the end of each calendar year, and immediately after each additional time specified by the Authority, the manufacturer shall send the Authority a list of the serial numbers of all the onboard equipment, in accordance with the the requirements of this Chapter have been produced since the last report or from the date on which these provisions entered into force for the first time. On this list, the correlations between the serial numbers and the corresponding on-board types and type-approval numbers must be specified. In addition, the list must contain specific information when the manufacturer adjusts the production of a type approved on-board equipment type.

Article 14a.07

(no content)

Article 14a.08

Control of serial numbers

(1) (no content)

(2) Additional control of the serial numbers may be carried out in conjunction with the control of conformity of production with the requirements referred to in Article 14a.09.

(3) With regard to the control of serial numbers, the manufacturer shall, on request, inform the Authority without delay of all the necessary information concerning its direct purchasers and the serial numbers of the onboard equipment which are deemed to be in accordance with Article 14a.06 (3) have been reported.

(4) Where a manufacturer is not in a position to comply with the requirements laid down in Article 14a.06 at the request of the Authority, the permit may be withdrawn for the type of curb of the vehicle concerned. In such a case, the information procedure referred to in Article 14a.10 (4) shall be applied.

Article 14a.09

Conformity of production

(1) With the application for type-approval, the manufacturer must demonstrate to the Authority that appropriate arrangements have been made to ensure effective control of the conformity of production with the requirements of Part I of Annex VIII.

The manufacturer shall submit a report to the Authority once a year on the quality assurance measures taken in accordance with paragraph 1. Every five years, a test report of an expert referred to in Article 14a.03 (1) (5) shall be sent to the Authority on a system of on-board equipment coming from series production, which shall indicate whether the type-approval is based on the Properties continue to be adhered to.

(3) Checks by the competent authorities of other Member States of the European Union shall be equivalent to the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2.

Article 14a.10

Non-compliance with type-approved onboard battery type

(1) A non-conformity with the type-approved type-of-board type-type type-approval certificate shall be established where deviations from the characteristics of the type-approval certificate or, where appropriate, the description documents, are determined by the Authority not in accordance with Article 14a.05 (3) have been approved.

(2) Where the Authority finds that on-board equipment does not conform to the type of onboard equipment for which it has been authorised, it shall inform the manufacturer of the conformity of the in-production equipment. Re-manufacture onboard equipment with the type-approved curb type. If the manufacturer does not comply with this request within four weeks from the date of notification of the decision, the type-approval shall be withdrawn. The Authority shall inform the other competent authorities and the European Commission of the measures taken.

(3) On the basis of a reasoned request from a competent authority of another Member State of the European Union, which indicates that onboard treatment systems fitted with a type-approval number do not appear with the type-approval certificate approved by the Authority. The on-board equipment type shall have the authority to ensure that the on-board equipment type in production is checked for conformity with the type-approved type of curb type. The measures necessary for this purpose shall be taken within six months of the date of application.

(4) The competent authorities of the other Member States of the European Union and the European Commission shall be informed within one month of any withdrawal of a type-approval and of the reasons for this.

Article 14a.11

Sample Measurement/Special Examination

(1) Not later than three months after the passenger ship has been put into service or, in the case of subsequent installation of the onboard treatment plant, after its installation and the corresponding function test, the person entitled to dispose of the vehicle shall have an opinion from the Authority to provide an expert, in accordance with Article 14a.03 (1) (5), on a sample taken during the operation of the passenger ship to verify compliance with the values set out in Article 14a.02 (2) (2), Table 2.

In order to check the operability of the onboard treatment plant, the Authority shall be subject at least once a year to an expert opinion referred to in Article 14a.03 (1) (5) on sample measurements to verify compliance with the provisions of Article 14a.02 (2). Table 2.

If, in the case of a sample measurement, it is found that the values referred to in Article 14a.02 (2) Table 2 are not complied with, the Authority may require:

1.

that the defects in the onboard treatment plant are rectified in order to ensure proper operation;

2.

that the conformity of the onboard equipment with the type-approval is restored, or

3.

that a special examination is carried out in accordance with paragraph 3.

Once the defects have been rectified and the conformity of the onboard installation with the requirements of the type-approval has been restored, a new sample measurement shall be carried out.

If the deficiencies are not remedied or if the conformity of the onboard treatment plant with the requirements of the type-approval is not restored, the competent authority seals the onboard treatment plant and makes a corresponding entry in the Community certificate number 52.

The costs of the management of the effort and the expenses incurred by the experts shall be borne by the person entitled to dispose of such experts.

(2) The measurements of the samples shall be carried out in accordance with the specifications referred to in Article 14a.02 (2), Table 2.

(3) If the authority determines abnormalities in the onboard environment, indicating a derogation from the type-approval, the Authority shall carry out a special test to determine the current condition of the onboard treatment plant with regard to the On-board plant parameter protocol specified components, calibration and adjustment of the parameters of the onboard treatment plant.

If the authority comes to the conclusion that the onboard treatment plant does not conform to the type-approved onboard equipment type, it may:

1.

require that

a)

the conformance of the onboard treatment plant is restored or

b)

the type-approval referred to in Article 14a.05 shall be amended accordingly, or

2.

Order a measurement in accordance with the test procedure in accordance with Annex IX.

If the conformity is not restored or if the type-approval is not changed accordingly, or if it becomes apparent from the measurements after Z 2 that the limit values laid down in Article 14a.02 (2), Table 1 are not complied with, the competent authority seals the onboard treatment plant and makes a corresponding entry in the Community certificate under point 52.

(4) The tests in accordance with paragraph 3 shall be carried out on the basis of the manufacturer's instructions for the control of the components and parameters of the onboard sewage treatment plant relevant for the purification of waste water. This guidance, which is to be drawn up by the manufacturer and approved by a competent authority of a Member State of the European Union, shall include the components relevant to the purification of waste water, as well as settings, design criteria and Parameter specified, under whose use or Compliance with the continual fulfilment of the values referred to in Article 14a.02 (2) Tables 1 and 2 can be assumed. It shall contain at least the following information:

1.

an indication of the type of on-board equipment with a description of the procedure and an indication of whether waste water storage tanks are to be used for the on-board sewage treatment plant;

2.

a list of the components specific to waste water purification;

3.

applied design and design criteria, design specifications and rule sets;

4.

Schematic representation of the on-board sewage treatment plant with clear characteristics to identify the approved components relevant for wastewater treatment (e.g. Component numbers that are on the components).

(5) The re-commissioning of a decommissioned onboard treatment plant may only be carried out after a special examination in accordance with paragraph 3, first paragraph. This special examination shall be carried out by an expert in accordance with Article 14a.03 (1) (5); the costs of his management and expenses shall be borne by the person entitled to dispose of the goods.

Article 14a.12

(Without content) "

34. Article 15.02 (8) of Appendix 2 reads:

"(8) Scots that separate machinery spaces from passenger rooms or living rooms for on-board personnel shall not have doors."

35. Article 15.03 (5) of Appendix 2 is added to the following sentence:

"In the calculation of the lateral plan, the proposed houses of the decks shall be taken into account by planning or similar mobile devices."

36. Article 15.03 (9) (a) of Annex 2 reads as follows:

" (a)

For the 1-department status, the bulkheads can be assumed to be not damaged if the distance between two adjacent Scots is greater than the length of the leak. Longitudinal bulkheads which are at a distance of less than B/3 to the outer skin, measured at right angles to the ship's centre line at the level of the largest reduction, shall not be taken into account in the invoice. A bulkhead offset in a transverse bulkhead that is longer than 2.50 m is considered to be a longitudinal bulkhead. "

37. In accordance with Article 15.06 (1) of Appendix 2, the following paragraph 1a is inserted:

"(1a) Cover areas which are not only up to the top but also laterally partially or completely enclosed by tarpaulins or similar mobile devices must meet the same requirements as closed passenger compartments."

38. Article 15.06 (15) of Appendix 2 reads:

" (15) Structures which consist entirely or whose roofs consist of panoramic pans, or houses by tarpaulins or similar mobile devices and their substructure may only be made of such materials and must be constructed in such a way as to be constructed in such a way that: that in the event of damage, the risk of injury to persons on board is as low as possible. "

39. The table referred to in Article 15.11 (2) (a), sublitera aa) of Appendix 2 is:

Spaces

Control stations

Stair damage

Collection surfaces

Accommodation spaces

Machinery spaces

Kitchens

Storage spaces

Control stations

-

A0

A0/B15 1)

A30

A60

A60

A30/A60 5)

Stair damage

-

A0

A30

A60

A60

A30

Collection surfaces

-

A30/B15 2)

A60

A60

A30/A60 5)

Accommodation spaces

-/A0/B15 3)

A60

A60

A30

Machinery spaces

A60/A0 4)

A60

A60

Kitchens

A0

A30/B15 6)

Storage spaces

-

1) Separating surfaces between control stations and collecting surfaces lying on the inside must correspond to the type A0, but in the case of collecting surfaces lying on the outside, only the type B15.

2) Separation areas between accommodation spaces and inner collection areas shall be of type A30, but in the case of outside collecting areas, only the type B15.

3) Walls of cabins, walls between cabins and aisles, and vertical separation surfaces of passenger areas according to point 10 shall be of type B15, and in the case of spaces with pressurized water spray systems, the type B0. Separation areas between cabins and saunas must be of type A0, in the case of spaces with pressurized water spray systems, the type B15.

4) Separation areas between machinery spaces referred to in Article 15.07 and Article 15.10 (6) shall be of the type A60, otherwise the type A0.

5) Separation surfaces between storage rooms for the storage of flammable liquids and control stations as well as collection areas must conform to the type A60, in the case of spaces with pressurized water spray systems, the type A30.

6) B15 is sufficient for separating surfaces from kitchens to cold rooms or to storage rooms for food.

40. The table referred to in Article 15.11 (2) (a), sublitera bb) of Appendix 2 reads as follows:

Spaces

Control stations

Stair damage

Collection surfaces

Accommodation spaces

Machinery spaces

Kitchens

Storage spaces

Control stations

-

A0

A0/B15 1)

A0

A60

A30

A0/A30 5)

Stair damage

-

A0

A0

A60

A30

A0

Collection surfaces

-

A30/B15 2)

A60

A30

A0/A30 5)

Accommodation spaces

-/B15/B0 3)

A60

A30

A0

Machinery spaces

A60/A0 4)

A60

A60

Kitchens

-

A0/B15 6)

Storage spaces

-

1) Separating surfaces between control stations and collecting surfaces lying on the inside must correspond to the type A0, but in the case of collecting surfaces lying on the outside, only the type B15.

2) Separation areas between accommodation spaces and inner collection areas shall be of type A30, but in the case of outside collecting areas, only the type B15.

3) Walls of cabins, walls between cabins and aisles, and vertical separation surfaces of passenger areas according to point 10 shall be of type B15, and in the case of spaces with pressurized water spray systems, the type B0. Separation areas between cabins and saunas must be of type A0, in the case of spaces with pressurized water spray systems, the type B15.

4) Separation areas between machinery spaces referred to in Article 15.07 and Article 15.10 (6) shall be of the type A60, otherwise the type A0.

5) Separation surfaces between storage rooms for the storage of flammable liquids and control stations as well as collection areas must conform to the type A60, in the case of spaces with pressurized water spray systems, the type A30.

6) B15 is sufficient for separating surfaces from kitchens to cold rooms or to storage rooms for food.

41. The footnotes to the tables in Article 15.11 (2) (a) of Annex 2 shall be deleted.

42. Article 15.11 (4) of Appendix 2 reads:

" (4) Blankets and wall coverings, including their substructure, fitted in accommodation spaces shall be made of non-combustible materials, provided that the spaces do not have a pressurized water spray system in accordance with Article 10.03a, with: The exception of their surfaces, which must be at least difficult to ignite. This does not apply to saunas. "

(43) In Article 15.11 of Appendix 2, the following paragraph 7a shall be inserted between paragraphs 7 and 8:

"(7a) Planning or similar mobile devices with which cover areas are partially or fully enclosed, as well as their substructures, must at least be flame-retardant."

44. Article 15.14 (1) of Appendix 2 reads:

"(1) passenger ships shall be equipped with collection tanks for domestic waste water as referred to in paragraph 2 or appropriate on-board sewage treatment systems in accordance with Chapter 14a."

45. In Article 22.02 para. 1 lit. (d) in the second line of the legend, the calculation formula of the expression " unladen " by the expression " unladen " replaced.

46. Article 22a.04 of Appendix 2 reads:

" Article 22a.04

Swimming ability and stability

(1) The provisions of paragraphs 2 to 10 shall apply to vehicles with a length of more than 110 metres, with the exception of passenger ships.

(2) The basic values for the calculation of stability-the weight of the vessel and the position of the centre of gravity-must be determined by an attempt to make a heel in accordance with the IMO Resolution MSC 267 (85), Annex 1.

(3) The applicant shall demonstrate that, in the event of a leak, the vessel's buoyant capacity and the stability of the ship are appropriate in the event of a calculation based on a method of the driving-out lift. All calculations must be done with free trimming and free dipping.

The ship's ability to float and maintain its stability in the event of a leak must be detected in the case of a cargo which is equal to its maximum dipping and is evenly distributed across all cargo spaces, as well as at maximum stock and full tank .

For inhomogeneous charge, the stability calculation shall be carried out for the most unfavourable loading case. This stability calculation shall be carried out on board.

For the intermediate conditions of the flooding (25%, 50% and 75% of the filling in the final state of the flooding and, where appropriate, for the state immediately before the flooding), and for the final state of flooding, must be subject to the above loading conditions of the computational proof of sufficient stability.

(4) The following assumptions shall be taken into account for the leak:

a)

Extent of damage to a ship's side:

Longitudinal extension:

at least 0.10 L,

Transverse extent:

0.59 m,

Vertical extent:

from the base up to unlimited.

b)

Extension of the damage to the ship's floor:

Longitudinal extension:

at least 0.10 L,

Transverse extent:

3,00 m,

Vertical extent:

from the base of 0,39 m upwards, with the exception of the swamp.

c)

All bulkheads falling into the area of employment shall be regarded as leak, meaning that the division of the bulkhead must be selected in such a way that the vehicle remains capable of being floated even after the flooding of two or more compartments lying directly behind one another. For the main engine room only the floating capacity for the allocation status need be proven, that is, machine room end bulkheads are considered to be not damaged.

In the case of damage to the soil, also cross-nave compartments are to be regarded as flooded.

d)

Fluttability

The floatability is assumed to be 95%.

If it is proved by a calculation that the average floatability of a department is less than 95%, the calculated value can be used.

The following values cannot be undershot:

-machinery and operating rooms

85%

-Cargo laderers

70%

-double-bottoms, fuel tanks, ballast tanks, etc., depending on whether they have to be adopted as full or empty in accordance with their destination, for the vehicle floating on the level of the deepest countersunk



0 or 95%

e)

For the calculation of the free surface effect in all intermediate states of the flooding, the gross floor area of the damaged rooms is assumed.

(5) In all the intermediate stages of the flooding referred to in point 3, the following criteria must be complied with:

a)

The angle of heel φ of the equilibrium position of the respective intermediate state must not exceed 15 ° (5 ° with unsecured containers).

b)

Beyond the heel in the equilibrium position of the respective intermediate state, the positive area of the lever arm curve must have an erecting lever GZ ≥ 0.02 m (0.03 m in the case of unsecured containers) before the first unprotected opening or a heel angle φ of 27 ° (15 ° for unsecured containers) is reached.

c)

No water-tight openings shall be allowed to dip before the wrecking is reached in the equilibrium position of the respective intermediate state.

(6) In the final state of the flooding, the following criteria must be complied with:

a)

The bottom edge of non-watertight sealable openings (e.g. For example, doors, windows, entry hatches) must be at least 0.10 m above the level of the swimming pool in the final state of the flooding.

b)

The angle of heel of the equilibrium position shall not exceed 12 ° (5 ° in the case of unsecured containers).

c)

Beyond the heel in the equilibrium position, the positive area of the lever arm curve must be an erecting lever GZ. R ≥ 0,05 m and the area under the curve shall reach at least 0,0065 m rad before the first unprotected opening is immersed or a heel angle φ of 27 ° (10 ° for unsecured containers) is reached. "

d)

If water-tight openings dip before the equilibrium position is reached, the flooding of the rooms associated with them is taken into account in the leak stability calculation.

(7) If transverse flood openings are provided for the reduction of asymmetrical flooding, the following conditions shall be met:

a)

The IMO Resolution A.266 (VIII) shall apply to the calculation of the cross-flooding.

b)

They must act automatically.

c)

They must not be fitted with shut-off valves.

d)

The time for full compensation may not exceed 15 minutes.

(8) If openings through which undamaged compartments may additionally be flooded can be sealed in a watertight manner, these closure devices must be legibly legible on both sides with the following inscription:

"Close the opening immediately after passage".

(9) The computerised verification referred to in points 3 to 7 shall be deemed to have been provided if leak stability calculations in accordance with part 9 ADN are presented with a positive result.

(10) In so far as it is necessary to fulfil the requirement of point 3, the level of the largest reduction shall be redefined. "

47. Article 22a.05 para. 2 lit. (c) Annex 2 reads as follows:

" (c)

be constructed as double-hull vessels in accordance with ADN; dry goods vessels shall be subject to subsections 9.1.0.91 to 9.1.0.95, tankers to paragraph 9.3.2.11.7 and subsections 9.3.2.13 to 9.3.2.15 or paragraph 9.3.3.11.7 and subsections 9.3.3.13 to 9.3.3.15 of Part 9 of the ADN, "

48. In the table relating to Article 24.02 (2) of Appendix 2, the following entries shall be added to Articles 7.05 (1) and 7.06 (1) after the entry in Article 7.04 (9), sentence 4:

" 7.05 (1)

Signal lights, their housings, accessories and light sources

Signal lights, their housings, accessories and light sources, which meet the requirements of the requirements of 30 November 2009 on the colour and light intensity of the brothlights as well as the approval of signal lights in the Rhine navigation system, may continue to be used.

7.06 (1)

Navigation radar systems approved before 1 January 1990

Navigation radar installations which have been approved before 1 January 1990 may be installed and operated until the date of issue or renewal of the Community certificate after 31 December 2009, but not later than 31 December 2011, provided that: valid installation certificate in accordance with this Directive or ZKR Decision 1989-II- 35 is available.

Turning indicators approved before 1 January 1990

Turning indicators approved before 1 January 1990 and installed before 1 January 2000 may be installed and operated after 1 January 2015 until the Community certificate has been issued or renewed, provided that a valid certificate of installation has been issued in accordance with of this Directive or of the ZKR Decision 1989-II-35.

Navigation radar systems and turning indicators approved as of 1.1.1990

Navigation radar systems and turning indicators, which, as from 1 January 1990, are based on the requirements concerning the minimum requirements and conditions for testing of navigation radar systems in the Rhine and/or Rhine navigation systems. the requirements relating to the minimum requirements and the test conditions for turning indicators in the navigation of the Rhine may continue to be installed and operated if a valid installation certificate is issued in accordance with this Directive; or ZKR-Decision 1989-II-35 exists. "

49. In the table relating to Article 24.02 (2) of Appendix 2, the following entry to Article 10.02 (1) (1) shall be entered after the entry in Article 10.01. (e) inserted:

" 10.02 para. 2 lit. e)

Containers made of steel or other shock-resistant and non-combustible material with at least 10 l of contents

N.E.U., not later than the renewal of the Community certificate "

50. In the table on Article 24.02 (2) of Appendix 2, the entries to Articles 11.02 and 11.04 are:

" 11.02 para. 4

Installation of the outer edges of decks, gangboredes and other working areas

N.E.U., at the latest when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1 January 2020

Height of Lukensüllen

N.E.U., no later than when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1.1.2035

11.04 (1)

Clear width of gangbordes

N.E.U., no later than when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1.1.2035 for vehicles with a width of more than 7.30 m

Paragraph 2

Gangbordrailings on ships with L < 55 m and apartments only on the back ship

N.E.U., at the latest when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1 January 2020 "

51. In the table relating to Article 24.02 (2) of Appendix 2, the entry to Article 11.12 reads as follows:

" 11.12 para. 2, 4, 5 and 9

Factory shield, protective devices, documents on board

N.E.U., no later than the granting or renewal of the Community certificate after 1 January 2015 "

52. In the table on Article 24.02 (2) of Appendix 2, the following entry to Chapter 14a shall be inserted after the entries in Chapter 12:

" CHAPTER 14a

14a.02 (2), Tables 1 and 2, and (5)

Limit/monitoring values and type approvals

N.E.U., provided that:

(a) the limit and monitoring values shall not exceed two times the values referred to in Article 14a.02;

(b) the onboard equipment has a manufacturer or expert certificate that it can cope with the typical load cycles that occur on that vehicle; and

(c) there is a management of sewage sludge which meets the conditions of use of an onboard sewage system on a passenger ship. "

53. In the table relating to Article 24.02 (2) of Appendix 2, the entry to Article 15.03 (9) reads as follows:

" 9

Leakage stability

N.E.U., no later than when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1.1.2045

Vertical extension of the bottom ledge

N.E.U., no later than when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1.1.2045

For ships with a watertight deck at a distance of at least 0.50 m and less than 0.60 m from the vessel floor, which for the first time have received a Community certificate or other transport authorisation before 31 December 2005, N.E.U. shall apply.

2-Department Status

N.E.U. "

54. In the table relating to Article 24.02 (2) of Appendix 2, the following entry to paragraph 1a is inserted after the entry in Article 15.06 (1):

" 1a

Einhausungen

N.E.U., at the latest when the Community certificate is issued or renewed "

55. In the table relating to Article 24.02 (2) of Appendix 2, the entry to Article 15.06 (15) reads:

" 15

Requirements for superstructures, which consist entirely or whose roofs are made up of panoramic pans

N.E.U., no later than the renewal of the Community product after 1.1.2045

Requirements for Einhausungen

N.E.U., not later than the renewal of the Community certificate "

56. In the table relating to Article 24.02 (2) of Appendix 2, after the entry in Article 15.11 (7), the following entry is added to paragraph 7a:

" 7a

Einhausungen

N.E.U., at the latest when the Community certificate is issued or renewed "

57. In the table relating to Article 24.06 (5) of Appendix 2, the following entries on Article 7.05 (1) and Article 7.06 (1) shall be inserted after the entries to Article 7.04:

" 7.05 (1)

Signal lights, their housings, accessories and light sources

Signal lights, their housings, accessories and light sources, which meet the requirements of the requirements of 30 November 2009 on the colour and light intensity of the brothlights as well as the approval of signal lights in the Rhine navigation system, may continue to be used.

1.12.2013

7.06 (1)

Navigation radar systems approved before 1 January 1990

Navigation radar installations which have been approved before 1 January 1990 may be installed and operated until the date of issue or renewal of the Community certificate after 31 December 2009, but not later than 31 December 2011, if a valid installation certificate pursuant to this Directive or ZKR Decision 1989-II-35 is available.

1.12.2013

Turning indicators approved before 1 January 1990

Turning indicators approved before 1 January 1990 and installed before 1 January 2000 may be installed and operated after 1 January 2015 until the Community certificate has been issued or renewed, provided that a valid certificate of installation has been issued in accordance with of this Directive or of the ZKR Decision 1989-II-35.

1.12.2013

Navigation radar systems and turning indicators approved as of 1.1.1990

Navigation radar systems and turning indicators, which, as from 1 January 1990, are based on the requirements concerning the minimum requirements and conditions for testing of navigation radar systems in the Rhine and/or Rhine navigation systems. the requirements relating to the minimum requirements and the test conditions for turning indicators in the navigation of the Rhine may continue to be installed and operated if a valid installation certificate is issued in accordance with this Directive; or ZKR-Decision 1989-II-35 is present.

1.12.2013 "

58. In the table relating to Article 24.06 (5) of Appendix 2, the following entry to Article 10.01 (1) (1) shall be entered before the entry in Article 10.02. (e) inserted:

" 10.01 para. 1 lit. e)

Containers made of steel or other shock-resistant and non-combustible material with at least 10 l of contents

N.E.U., no later than the renewal of the Community product

1.12.2013 "

59. In the table relating to Article 24.06 (5) of Appendix 2, the following entries shall be added to Articles 11.02, 11.04 and 11.12 prior to the registration of Article 11.13:

" 11.02 para. 4

Height of Schanzkleidern and Lukensüllen as well as Gangbordgelalter

N.E.U., at the latest when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1 January 2020

1.12.2013

Height of Lukensüllen

N.E.U., no later than when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1.1.2035

1.12.2013

11.04 (2)

Gangbordrailings on ships with L < 55 m and apartments only on the back ship

N.E.U., at the latest when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1 January 2020

1.12.2013

11.12 para. 2, 4, 5 and 9

Factory shield, protective devices, documents on board

N.E.U., at the latest when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1 January 2015

1.12.2013 "

60. In the table referred to in Article 24.06 (5) of Appendix 2, the following entry into Chapter 14a shall be inserted after the entries in Chapter 11:

" CHAPTER 14a

14a.02 (2), Tables 1 and 2, and (5)

Limit/monitoring values and type approvals

N.E.U., provided that:

(a) the limit and monitoring values shall not exceed two times the values referred to in Article 14a.02;

(b) the onboard equipment has a manufacturer or expert certificate that it can cope with the typical load cycles that occur on that vehicle; and

(c) there is a management of sewage sludge which meets the conditions of use of an onboard sewage system on a passenger ship. "

1.12.2013 "

61. In the table relating to Article 24.06 (5) of Appendix 2, the entries read in Article 15.03 (7) to (13):

" 15.03 (7) and (8)

Leakage stability

N.E.U., no later than when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1.1.2045

1.12.2013

Paragraph 9

Leakage stability

N.E.U., no later than when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1.1.2045

1.12.2013

Vertical extension of the bottom ledge

N.E.U., no later than when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1.1.2045

For ships with a watertight deck at a distance of at least 0.50 m and less than 0.60 m from the vessel floor, which for the first time have received a Community certificate or other transport authorisation before 31 December 2005, N.E.U. shall apply.

1.12.2013

2-Department Status

N.E.U.

1.12.2013

Par. 10 to 13

Leakage stability

N.E.U., no later than when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1.1.2045

1.12.2013 "

In the table relating to Article 24.06 (5) of Appendix 2, the entry to Article 15.06 (15) reads:

" 15

Requirements for superstructures, which consist entirely or whose roofs are made up of panoramic pans

N.E.U., no later than when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1.1.2045

1.12.2013

Requirements for Einhausungen

N.E.U., no later than when the Community certificate is issued or renewed

1.12.2013 "

63. In the table relating to Article 24.06 (5) of Appendix 2, after the registration on Article 15.11 (7), the following entry is added to paragraph 7a:

" 7a

Einhausungen

N.E.U., no later than when the Community certificate is issued or renewed

1.12.2013 "

64. In the table relating to Article 24a.02 (2) of Appendix 2, the following entries are added to Articles 7.05 (1) and 7.06 (1) after the entry in Article 7.04 (9), sentence 4:

" 7.05 (1)

Signal lights, their housings, accessories and light sources

Signal lights, their housings, accessories and light sources, which

-the requirements of 30 November 2009 on the colour and light intensity of on-board lights as well as the approval of sign lamps in the Rhine navigation system, or

-comply with the rules of a Member State of the Union in force on 30 November 2009,

may continue to be used.

7.06 (1)

Navigation radars and turn indicators

Navigation radar systems and turning indicators which have been approved and installed on the basis of the provisions of a Member State before 31 December 2012 may continue to be installed until the Community certificate is granted or renewed after 31 December 2018 to be and operate. These installations must be entered in the Community certificate under point 52.

Navigation radar systems and turning indicators, which, as from 1 January 1990, are based on the requirements concerning the minimum requirements and conditions for testing of navigation radar systems in the Rhine and/or Rhine navigation systems. the requirements relating to the minimum requirements and the test conditions for turning indicators in the navigation of the Rhine may continue to be installed and operated if a valid installation certificate is issued in accordance with this Directive; or ZKR-Decision 1989-II-35 exists. "

65. In the table on Article 24a.02 (2) of Appendix 2, the entries to Articles 11.02 and 11.04 are:

" 11.02 para. 4

Installation of the outer edges of decks, gangboredes and other working areas

N.E.U., at the latest when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1 January 2020

Height of Schanzkleidern or Lukensüllen

N.E.U., at the latest when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1 January 2020

11.04 (1)

Clear width of gangbordes

N.E.U., no later than when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1.1.2035 for vehicles with a width of more than 7.30 m

Paragraph 2

Gangbordrailings on ships with L < 55 m and apartments only on the back ship

N.E.U., at the latest when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 1 January 2020 "

(66) In the table relating to Article 24.02 (2) of Appendix 2, the following entry to Chapter 14a shall be inserted after the entries in Chapter 12:

" CHAPTER 14a

14a.02 (2), Tables 1 and 2, and (5)

Limit/monitoring values and type approvals

N.E.U., provided that:

(a) the limit and monitoring values shall not exceed two times the values referred to in Article 14a.02;

(b) the onboard equipment has a manufacturer or expert certificate that it can cope with the typical load cycles that occur on that vehicle; and

(c) there is a management of sewage sludge which meets the conditions of use of an onboard sewage system on a passenger ship. "

67. In Annex I to Appendix 2, the following line is inserted after the row to Figure 9 in the "Safety Mark" table:

Picture 10

Wearing life jackets

Colour: blue/white

In the table of contents of Annex II to Appendix 2, the entry to No 4 reads as follows:

" No 4 Application of the transitional provisions "

(69) In the table of contents of Annex II to Appendix 2, the entry to item 6 reads as follows:

" No 6 Application of provisions of Chapter 15 "

The table of contents of Annex II to Appendix 2 shall be replaced by the following points 26 and 27:

" No 26 Experts/knowledgeable

No. 27 Sports cars "

The following implementing provisions No 4 shall be inserted in Annex II to Appendix 2:

" Implementing Regulation No 4
pursuant to Section 32 of the Ship Technology Ordinance

Application of the transitional provisions

(Chapters 15 to 22b, Chapter 24 and Chapter 24a of Annex II)

1. Application of the transitional provisions in the assembly of ship parts

1.1. Principles

In the case of the assembly of parts of the ship, protection shall be granted only for those parts which belong to the vehicle the Community certificate of which is preserved. This means that only those transitional provisions can be used. Other parts are treated like a new building.

1.2. Application of the transitional provisions in detail

1.2.1. In the case of the assembly of parts of the ship, only the parts of the vehicle belonging to the vehicle whose Community certificate is retained may be used only for the parts.

1.2.2. Parts which do not belong to the vehicle whose Community certificate is retained shall be treated as a new building.

1.2.3. After completion of a vehicle by a part of another vehicle, the former shall be given the European vessel number of the vehicle, the Community certificate of which shall remain with the vehicle which has been converted.

1.2.4. Where an existing Community certificate is maintained or if a new Community certificate is issued for a vehicle after a conversion, the year of construction of the oldest part of the vehicle shall also be recorded in the Community certificate.

1.2.5. If a new bow is placed on a vehicle, the engine for the bow control system installed in the front ship must also comply with the current regulations.

1.2.6. If a new roller coaster is placed on a vehicle, the engines installed in the aft vessel must comply with the current regulations.

1.3. Examples of clarity

1.3.1. A ship is made up of two older ships (ship 1 built in 1968, ship 2 built in 1972). Ship 1 shall take over the entire part of the vessel, except for the vessel, and ship 2 shall be the vessel. The assembled vessel shall be given the Community certificate of ship 1. The ship of the assembled ship now has to be a. are equipped with nuclei.

1.3.2. A ship is composed of two older ships (ship 1 built in 1975, ship 2 built in 1958, oldest part in 1952). Ship 1 shall take over the entire part of the vessel, except for the vessel, and ship 2 shall be the vessel. The assembled vessel shall be given the Community certificate of ship 1. The ship of the assembled ship now has to be a. are equipped with nuclei. In addition, the Community certificate contains the oldest component from the original vessel 2 with the year of construction in 1952.

1.3.3. In the case of a ship (built in 1988), the rear part of a ship (built in 2001) is grown. The engine of the ship with the year of construction 1988 shall remain in the ship. In this case, the engine must be type-approved. The engine would also have to be type-approved if it were to be the engine in the rear part of 2001.

2. Application of transitional provisions in the change of vehicle type (purpose of vehicle)

2.1. Principles

2.1.1. In the case of a decision on the application of transitional provisions in relation to the change in the type of vehicle (ship type; destination of the ship), safety aspects are relevant with regard to Annex II to this Directive.

2.1.2. A change in the type of vehicle shall be deemed to exist where, for the new type, other safety regulations are deemed to apply to the old type of vehicle, which shall be the case if, for the new species, special provisions of Chapters 15 to 22b of Annex II that were not applied to the old Typart.

2.1.3. In the event of a change in the type of vehicle, all the special provisions and all the specific provisions relating to this type of vehicle must be fully complied with; transitional provisions may not be used for these provisions. This also applies to vehicle parts which are taken over by the existing vehicle and which fall under these special provisions.

2.1.4. The conversion of a tanker into a dry goods vessel does not constitute a change in the type of vehicle referred to in point 2.1.2.

2.1.5. When a cabin ship is converted into a day-out ship, all new parts must comply fully with the current regulations.

2.2. Application of the transitional provisions in detail

2.2.1. Article 24.02 (2) (N.E.U.) or Article 24a.02 (2) shall apply to the parts of the vehicle which are renewed, so that new vehicle parts cannot be subject to the transitional provisions.

2.2.2. For the parts of the vehicle which are not converted, the transitional provisions shall continue to apply, with the exception of the parts referred to in the second sentence of 2.1.3.

2.2.3. If the dimensions of the vehicle are changed, the transitional provisions shall no longer apply to those parts of the vehicle which are related to this change (e.g. distance of the collision bulkhead, freeboard, anchors).

2.2.4. In the event of a change in the type of vehicle, the specific provisions of Annex II shall apply, which shall apply only to the new type of vehicle. All parts and equipment affected by the conversion of the vehicle must comply with the applicable requirements in Part II and Part III of Annex II.

2.2.5. A new or modified Community certificate shall be issued to the vehicle and a note shall be entered under points 7 and 8 of this certificate, both on the original construction and on the conversion.

2.3. Examples of clarity

2.3.1. A cargo ship (built in 1996) will be converted into a passenger ship. Chapter 15 of Annex II shall then apply to the entire ship, without recourse to transitional provisions. If the vessel is not modified in accordance with the conversion plans or under Chapter 15, the ship does not need to have any ankernish referred to in Article 3.03.

2.3.2. A tug boat (built in 1970) is converted into a dragboat. The material conversion includes only a change in the cover equipment and the installation of a pushing device. All transitional provisions applicable to a ship with construction year 1970 shall be applicable, with the exception of Chapter 5, Chapter 7 (partial), Article 10.01 and Article 16.01.

2.3.3. A tank motor ship (built in 1970) is converted into a dragboat. The material conversion comprises the separation of the preship and the loading part, as well as a change in the cover equipment and the installation of a pushing device. All transitional provisions applicable to a ship with construction year 1970 shall apply, with the exception of the provisions of Chapter 5, Chapter 7 (partial), Article 10.01 and Article 16.01.

2.3.4. A tanker ship is being converted into a cargo motor ship. The goods motor vessel shall comply with the applicable requirements relating to safety at work, which are in particular referred to in Article 11.04 of Chapter 11 of Annex II.

3. Application of the transitional provisions in the conversion of passenger ships

3.1. Application of the transitional provisions

3.1.1. Conversion measures necessary for the performance of the provisions of Chapter 15 shall not mean any conversion 'U' within the meaning of Article 24.02 (2), Article 24.03 (1), Article 24.06 (5) or Article 24 (2), irrespective of the date of implementation of the provisions of Chapter 15. 24a.02 or 24a.03 of Annex II.

3.1.2. When a cabin ship is converted into a day-out ship, all new parts must comply fully with the current regulations.

3.2. Examples of clarity

3.2.1. A passenger ship (built in 1995) must have installed a second independent propulsion system at the latest after 1 January 2015. Unless other voluntary conversions are made on this passenger ship, it is not necessary to calculate stability in accordance with the new rules, but, where necessary, a stability calculation may be carried out. in accordance with the rules of a Member State after which the stability has been calculated for the last time.

3.2.2. A passenger ship (built in 1994, the last renewal of the ship's certificate in 2012) will be extended by 10 m in 2016. In addition, this vehicle must be provided with a second independent drive. In addition, a new stability calculation will be required, which must be carried out in accordance with Chapter 15 for the one-and two-departmental status.

3.2.3. A passenger ship (built in 1988) receives a stronger drive including propellers. This conversion is so serious that a stability calculation becomes necessary. This must be done in accordance with the rules in force. "

In Annex II to Appendix 2, the following Implementing Regulation No 6 shall be inserted:

" Implementing Regulation No 6
pursuant to Section 32 of the Ship Technology Ordinance

Application of provisions of Chapter 15 concerning local subdivisions

Transitional provision for housing by planning or similar mobile devices

(Article 15.02 (5), 15.03 (4), 15.03 (9))

1. Local subdivisions (Article 15.02 (5))

The application of Article 15.02 (5) may result in local watertight subdivisions not being included in the evaluation, such as transversely divided double-bodded tanks having a length greater than the length of the leakage to be taken into account. In this case, the transverse subdivision may not be taken into account if the transverse subdivision is not high up to the bulkhead deck. This could lead to inappropriate bulkhead divisions.

Interpretation of the rule:

If a watertight compartment is required for a longer period than in accordance with Article 15.03 (9) and it contains local subdivisions which form watertight subspaces and between which the minimum leakage length is present in turn, these may be used in the leakage calculation will be credited.

2. Transitional provision for housing through tarpaulins or similar mobile devices with regard to stability (Article 15.03 (5))

Housing through tarpaulins or similar mobile devices can cause problems with the stability of the ship, as they-provided an appropriate size-have an influence on the moment from the wind.

Interpretation of the rule:

In the case of passenger ships which have been issued a certificate for the first time before 1 January 2006 or which are subject to the provisions of Article 24.06 (2), second sentence, a new one shall be required to establish a housing by means of planning or similar mobile facilities. Stability account shall be drawn up in accordance with this Directive, provided that the Lateralplan A WZ 5% of the total of Lateralplans A to be taken into account in each case W exceeds. "

The table in Regulation No 7 of Annex II to Appendix 2 shall be supplemented by the following lines 14 to 17:

14.

SHI high holding anchor, type ST (standard)

30%

Netherlands

15.

SHI high holding anchor, type FB (fully balanced)

30%

Netherlands

16.

Klinsmann anchor

30%

Netherlands

17.

HA-DU-POWER Anchor

50%

Germany

In Annex II to Annex II, Annex II to Appendix 2 is set out in Section 4. Following the explanation of point 2 of the Community certificate, the following explanation is added to point 10 of the Community product:

" 10. For vehicles registered for driving on the Rhine, these are:

a)

vehicles which fully comply with the requirements of Annex II, including the transitional provisions of Chapter 24; and

b)

vehicles which do not take advantage of the transitional provisions of Chapter 24a and the facilities permitted under Annex IV;

shall be entered under the indent "-on the waterways of the Community of zone (s)":

"Rhine" or "Zone R" "

75. The explanation of point 43 of the Community certificate in Section 4. Implementing provision No 11 of Annex II to Appendix 2 reads as follows:

" 43. Portable fire extinguishers, which may be used in accordance with the provisions of other safety regulations. The European Convention on the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Inland Waterways (ADN), which is called for, is not covered here. "

76. Section 3. in Annex II to Annex II to Annex II to Annex II to Annex II to Annex II:

" 3. Audit

3.1. Fire alarm systems

a)

before the first commissioning,

b)

before re-commissioning, after a substantial change or repair, and

c)

regularly, but at least every two years

shall be examined by an expert. For machine and boiler rooms, this test takes place under changing machine operating and ventilation conditions. Exams according to lit. (c) may also be carried out by an expert in a fire-extinguishing specialist.

3.2. The examination shall be accompanied by a certificate signed by the expert or expert, which shall indicate the date of the examination. '

77. Number 4. In Annex II to Annex II to Annex II to Annex II to Annex II:

" 4. The requirements set out in points 2 and 3 shall also be deemed to be fulfilled if, for each of the two parts, the stability requirements laid down in the European Convention on the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Inland Waterways (ADN) in 9.1.0.95.2. "

78. Section 8. in Annex II to Annex II to Annex II to Annex II to Annex II:

" 8. Audit

8.1. The luminance of the LLL must be

a)

before the first commissioning,

b)

before re-commissioning, after a substantial change or repair, and

c)

regularly, at least every five years

shall be examined by an expert. Exams according to lit. (c) may also be carried out by an expert on safety guidance systems.

8.2. The examination shall be accompanied by a certificate signed by the expert or expert, from which the date of the examination is to be seen.

8.3. If the luminance in a single measurement does not meet the requirements of this service instruction, measurements must be made at at least ten points of equal distance. If more than 30% of the measurements do not meet the requirements of this service instruction, the safety control systems must be replaced. If 20 to 30% of the measurements do not meet the requirements of this service instruction, the safety control systems shall be re-examined in the course of a year. "

79. Section 4. in Annex II to Annex II to Annex II to Annex II to Annex II:

" 4. Calibration and testing of gas warning devices, exchange of parts with limited service life

4.1. Gas warning devices are available in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications

a)

before the first commissioning,

b)

before re-commissioning, after a substantial change or repair, and

c)

regular

to be calibrated and examined by an expert or an expert. The calibration and verification shall be accompanied by a certificate signed by the expert or expert, from which the date of the examination shall be shown.

4.2. Elements of the gas warning device with a limited service life must be exchanged in good time before the end of the specified service life. "

80. Annex II to Appendix 2 shall be added to the following implementing rules, Nos 26 and 27:

" Implementing Regulation No 26
pursuant to Section 32 of the Ship Technology Ordinance

Experts, knowledgeable

(Articles 1.01 Z 106 and 107)

Experts

Experts shall be subject to tests which require special expertise either because of the complexity of the systems or because of the level of safety required. To the group of persons or institutions entitled to carry out such tests

-

Classification societies; they either have the necessary expertise internally or, within the framework of their authorisation, have the responsibility for the recovery of external persons or institutions and have the necessary quality assurance systems for the selection of these persons or institutions;

-

members of the investigative commissions or staff of the competent authorities;

-

Officially recognised persons or institutions of the relevant subject area, whereby the ship examination commissions as state bodies can also express this recognition, ideally on the basis of a the corresponding quality assurance system. A person or The institution is also recognised as being recognised if it has successfully passed an official selection procedure, which is based in particular on requirements in terms of competence and experience.

Knowledgeable

Knowledgeable oblies, for example, B. ongoing visual and functional checks on safety-related facilities. The experts shall include:

-

Persons who, on the basis of their professional training and experience, are able to assess a particular situation with sufficient expertise, e.g. B. ship guides, safety officers of shipping companies, crew members with appropriate experience;

-

undertakings which, by virtue of their usual activities, such as: B. as a shipyard or installation company, which has acquired sufficient expertise;

-

Manufacturer of special equipment (e.g. fire extinguishing systems, control devices).

Terminology

German

English

French

Dutch

Expert

expert

expert

Erkend deskundige

Knowledgeable

competent person

spécialiste

descramble

Technical Company

competent firm

société spécialisée

deskundig bedrijf

Checks

The following table gives an overview of the tests provided for, their frequency and the auditors provided for their implementation. This table is for information only.

Rule

Subject matter

Examination no later

Reviewer

Article 6.03 (5)

Hydraulic cylinders, pumps and motors

After 8 years

Technical Company

Article 6.09 (3)

Motorized control devices

After 3 years

Knowledgeable

Article 8.01 (2)

Pressure vessels

After 5 years

Expert

Article 10.03 (5)

Fire extinguishers

After 2 years

Knowledgeable

Article 10.03a (6) lit. d)

Fixed fire-extinguishing systems

After 2 years

Knowledgeable or specialized company

Article 10.03b (9) lit. (b) sublit. dd)

Fixed fire-extinguishing systems

After 2 years

Knowledgeable or specialized company

Article 10.04 (3)

Inflatable dinghies

At the end of the period specified by the manufacturer

Article 10.05 (3)

Life jackets

At the end of the period specified by the manufacturer

Article 11.12 (6)

Cranes

After 10 years

Expert

Article 11.12 (7)

Cranes

after 1 year

Knowledgeable

Article 14.13

Liquefied gas plants

After 3 years

Expert

Article 15.09 (9)

Rescue

At the end of the period specified by the manufacturer

Article 15.10 (9)

Insulation resistance, grounding

Before the expiry of the validity of the Community certificate,

Implementing provisions No 17

Fire alarm systems

After 2 years

Expert or expert

Implementing provisions No 21

Safety guidance systems

After 5 years

Expert or expert

Implementing provisions No 24

Gas warning devices

At the end of the period specified by the manufacturer

Expert or expert

Implementing provisions No 27
pursuant to Section 32 of the Ship Technology Ordinance

Sports vehicles

(Article 21.02 (2) in conjunction with Article 7.02, Article 8.05 (5), Article 8.08 (2) and Article 8.10)

1. General comments

For the placing on the market of a sports vehicle with a length of up to 24 metres, it shall comply with the requirements of Directive 94 /25/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council (*) as amended by Directive 2003 /44/EC (**). In accordance with Article 3 in conjunction with Article 2 of this Directive, sports vehicles with a length of 20 metres and more must have a Community certificate for inland waterway vessels which certifies that the vehicle is subject to the technical requirements of Annex II . Since a double investigation or Double certification of certain equipment, facilities and installations of new sports car buildings, which may be covered by various provisions of Article 21.02 of Annex II, shall be avoided in the present case. Reference to those of the provisions referred to in Article 21.02, which are already sufficiently covered by Directive 94 /25/EC.

2. Provisions in Article 21.02, already covered by Directive 94 /25/EC

In the case of sports vehicles to which Directive 94 /25/EC applies, the Commission of Inquiry, with a view to the granting of the Community certificate for inland waterway vessels (initial investigation), shall not carry out any further investigation or certification of the following: require the provisions of Article 21.02 (2) of Annex II, provided that the sports car referred to in the investigation has not been placed on the market for more than three years before the date of the screening before the Commission of Inquiry; amendments have been made and references are made in the declaration of conformity to the harmonised or equivalent standards specified below:

-

Article 7.02: EN ISO 11591:2000 (Free view)

-

Article 8.05 (5): EN ISO 10088:2001 (fuel tanks and lines)

-

Article 8.08 (2): EN ISO 15083:2003 (Lenzestablishments)

-

Article 8.10: EN ISO 14509 (sound of ships) "

81. Annex VII to Appendix 2 is replaced by Appendix 1 to this Regulation.

Annexes VIII and IX to Annex VII to Appendix 2 shall be inserted in accordance with Annex 2 to this Regulation.

83. In Appendix 3, the following Article 4.02 shall be inserted after Article 4.01:

" Article 4.02

Demise of the security distance

By way of derogation from Article 4.01, the Authority may also set the safety margin on the basis of the provisions on the flood level in accordance with EN ISO 12217:2013 (Small water vehicles, stability and buoyant evaluation), with the authorisation for the journey on waterways, the criteria for the design category C, for the journey in other waters, the criteria for the design category D shall apply. "

84. In Appendix 3, the following Article 8.02 shall be inserted after Article 8.01:

" Article 8.02

Liquid-gas-powered drive machines

(1) The provisions of this Article shall apply to propulsion machinery used with commercially available liquefied petroleum gas (LPG or LPG). Propane, butane and mixtures of these gases) are operated.

(2) The use of liquid-gas-powered propulsion machinery in category 2 vehicles intended for the carriage of passengers shall be prohibited.

The provisions of Chapter 14 of Appendix 2, other than those of the following provisions, shall apply to liquid-gas-powered propulsion machinery and to the tank and line installations necessary for the operation of such engines:

1.

Article 14.02 (2) and (4);

2.

Article 14.03 (1);

3.

Article 14.04 (1) for vehicles with a length of not more than 10 metres, provided that other appropriate measures are taken to ensure that the emerging gas cannot collect in the hull or inside the vehicle;

4.

Article 14.09 (4), provided that the pressure regulator is mounted directly on the engine;

5.

Articles 14.10 and 14.11 in the case of outboard engines and

6.

Articles 14.13 and 14.15 (3) if, in the case of outboard engines, the liquid gas container is mounted directly on the engine.

(4) By way of derogation from Article 14.04 of Appendix 2, the relevant provisions of the ÖNORM EN 15609-LNG equipment and equipment are to be applied in respect of the requirements relating to the accommodation and installation of the installations. Liquid-gas (LPG) propulsion systems for boats, yachts and other watercraft are permitted.

(5) By way of derogation from Article 14.05 of Appendix 2, cartridges up to a nominal filling quantity of 500 g may also be stored separately in insulated containers from direct sunlight.

(6) By way of derogation from Article 14.13 of Appendix 2, in the case of vehicles which are operated with only one liquid-gas container with a nominal filling quantity of not more than 10 kg, the implementation of the reduction shall also be carried out in accordance with the corresponding provisions of ÖNORM EN 15609 -LNG equipment and equipment-LPG (LPG) propulsion systems for boats, yachts and other watercraft are permitted.

(7) Containers must be securely attached to the hull, to fixed installations or directly to an outboard motor.

(8) A possibility to read the remaining filling quantity must be present. "

85. In Appendix 3, in Article 10.01 after the expression " Article 10.03 " an insert and the following part of the sentence are inserted:

"where, for vehicles with a length of not more than 10 m, the filling mass must be at least 2 kg, by way of derogation from paragraph 2."

86. In Appendix 3, in Article 10.01 after the expression " Article 10.05, para. 1, second sentence " an expression as well as the expression " 2 and 3 (3) " inserted.

In Annex 3, in Article 10.02 the table for the experience c is replaced by the following table:

Experience c

Vehicles intended for use on waterways

30

Vehicles on waters other than waterways

20

The following paragraph 5 shall be inserted in Annex 4 in Article 2.02 in accordance with paragraph 4:

" (5) If an earlier official authorisation of a Member State of the European Union can be proved for a sports vehicle without CE marking, it is to be assumed that the sports vehicle is in conformity with the provisions of the Sportsboat Directive has been placed on the market. A further proof in accordance with paragraph 2 lit. a is deleted. "

89. The heading of Article 2.05-Tax bodies of Appendix 4 is:

" Article 2.06

Controls "

90. In Annex 4, the following Article 2.07 shall be inserted after Article 2.07:

" Article 2.07

Liquid-gas-powered drive motors

For liquid-gas-powered propulsion engines, the provisions of Article 8.02 of Appendix 3 shall apply. "

91. Article 3.02 of Appendix 4 reads:

" Article 3.02

Suitability for driving

Rafts complying with the provisions of this chapter or for which it is proved that they comply with the provisions of ÖNORM V 5868:2000 shall be deemed to be suitable for driving in accordance with Section 107 of the Maritime Law and Section 15 of this Regulation. "

92. In Appendix 6, the part 6-model of the certificate of approval for Rafts is omitted.

93. The list of recognised classification societies in Annex 7 shall be added to the following points 4 to 6:

" 4.

Polski Rejestr Statków S.A. (Polish register of ships)

5.

RINA s.p.a (Italian shipping register)

6.

Russian Maritime Register "

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