Decree No. 6846, Of 11 May 2009

Original Language Title: Decreto nº 6.846, de 11 de Maio de 2009

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Decree No. 6846, of 11 MAY 2009.
Enacts the amendments to the International Convention on standards of training, certification and room service.
The PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC, in the use of the role that gives the art. 84, section IV, of the Constitution, and whereas the National Congress approved, by means of legislative decree in 271, September 18 2008, the amendments to the International Convention on standards of training, certification and room service, adopted by the International Maritime Organization Resolutions MSC. 21 (59), MSC. 33 (63), MSC. 66 (68), MSC. 67 (68), MSC. 78 (70) and Conference of the parties to the Convention on 7 July 1995;
Whereas the Amendments are in force in external legal plan, as published by the Secretary General of the Organization, in his capacity as depositary of the Convention on screen;
DECREES: Art. 1 The amendments to the International Convention on standards of training, certification and room service, just copy to this Decree, shall be implemented and carried out as fully as it contains.
Art. 2 Are subject to the approval of the National Congress any acts that may result in a review of such amendments or that entail high charges or commitments to national heritage, pursuant to art. 49, item I, of the Constitution.
Art. 3 this Decree shall enter into force on the date of its publication.
Brasília, 11 May 2009; 188 of independence and 121 of the Republic.

LUIZ INACIO LULA DA SILVA Samuel Pinheiro Guimarães Neto 21 resolution MSC. (59) (adopted on 22 May 1991) ADOPTION of amendments to the INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION on STANDARDS of TRAINING, CERTIFICATION and room service, 1978 the MARITIME SAFETY COMMITTEE, RECALLING article 28 (b) of the Convention on the World Maritime Organisation concerning the tasks of the Committee STILL, remembering the Article XII (i) (a) (vii) of the International Convention on standards of training, certification and room service, 1978, hereinafter referred to as? the Convention?, concerning procedures to amend the annex of the Convention, having EXAMINED, in its fifty-ninth session, amendments to the Convention proposed and distributed according to article XII (1) (a) (i) of that Convention , 1. ADOPTS, in accordance with article XII (1) (a) (iv) of the Convention, amendments to the Convention, whose texts are presented in the annex to the present resolution;
2. DETERMINES, in accordance with article XII (1) (a) (vii) (2) of the Convention, that the amendments should be deemed to have been accepted on 1 June 1992, unless, before that date, more than one third of the parties, or Parties whose merchant fleets assembled constitute no less than 50% of the gross tonnage of the world merchant fleet of 100 ships AB registered , or more, have notified their objections to the amendments;
3. INVITES the parties to observe, in accordance with article XII (1) (a) (viii) of the Convention, the amendment shall enter into force on 1 December 1992, depending upon their acceptance in accordance with paragraph 2 above;
4. Requests the Secretary-General, in accordance with article XII (1) (a) (v) of the Convention, to transmit certified copies of the present resolution and the text of the amendments contained in the Annex to all parties to the Convention for acceptance;
5. REQUESTS the Secretary-General to transmit copies of the resolution to the members of the organization who are not parties to the Convention.
ANNEX amendments to the INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION on STANDARDS of TRAINING, CERTIFICATION and room service, 1978 chapter I GENERAL Rule 1 i/o DEVICES Settings Override the current texts of paragraphs (k) and (l) by:? (k) ? Radio operator? means a person carrying a proper certificate, on the global maritime distress and safety system, or recognized by an administration in accordance with the provisions of the Radio Regulations.
(p) Replace? recommendations of IMCO? by the Organization's recommendations?.?
(r) Suppress? IMCO?.
(s) to delete. IMCO?.
Change the designation of paragraphs (k) to (s) to (k) (2).
Regulation I/2 level of the certificates and the form of endorsement to change the first line of paragraph 2 to:? With respect to radio operators, administrations can:?
Regulation I/4 control Procedures in paragraph 3, replace? radio officer? by? radio operator?.
Add a new rule to follow:? Regulation I/5 testing 1. These rules should not prevent an administration authorize ships entitled to fly their flag to participate in tests.
2. For the purposes of this rule, the term? test? means a test or a series of tests, carried out over a limited period, which may involve the use of automated systems or integrated, to evaluate alternative methods of performing specific tasks, or meet the specific devices prescribed by the Convention, to provide at least the same degree of safety and pollution prevention provided by these rules.
3. The administrations that allow the ships to participate in testing should be convinced that these tests will be carried out in such a way as to provide at least the same degree of safety and pollution prevention that provided by these rules. These tests should be performed in accordance with the guidelines adopted by the organization.
4. The details relating to these tests should be reported to the Organization as soon as possible, but not less than six months before the date on which the tests are scheduled to begin. The Organization shall forward this information to all parties.
5. The results of the tests authorized in accordance with paragraph 1, and any recommendations that the Administration can do about those results, should be reported to the Organization, which should forward these results and recommendations to all parties.
6. Any party having any objection to certain tests authorized in accordance with this rule shall inform this objection to the Organization as soon as possible. The Organization must forward the details concerning the objection to all parties.
7. An administration that has authorized a test should follow the objections received from other administrations with regard to that test, determining to ships entitled to fly its flag do not conduct a test while navigating in the waters of a coastal State which has informed his objection to the organization.
8. An administration that come to the conclusion, based on a test, that a given system will provide at least the same degree of safety and pollution prevention that provided by these rules may authorise the ships entitled to fly their flag to continue operating indefinitely with that system, subject to the following requirements: (a) the Administration should After having informed the details of the tests in accordance with paragraph 5, provide the details of any of these commitments, including the identification of vessels may be subject to authorization, the Organization, which will forward this information to all parties;
(b) any operations authorized under this paragraph shall be made in accordance with the guidelines received from other administrations in accordance with paragraph 7, to the extent that those objections have not been withdrawn; and (c) shall only be authorised to carry out an operation authorized in accordance with this paragraph if the maritime safety Committee to decide which is appropriate for adoption of an amendment to the Convention and, if so, whether the operation should be stopped or allowed to proceed before the amendment enters into force. At the request of any party, the maritime safety Committee shall establish a date for the analysis of the test results and to take the appropriate decisions.
CHAPTER II COMMANDER-DECK DEPARTMENT Appendix to Regulation II/2 minimum knowledge required for the issue of certificates for masters and chief mates of ships of 200 or more AB 7. ship Maneuvering in the current paragraph: (j) Replace? vessels or liferafts. by rescue vessels or vessels? survival?.
(k) Replace? lifeboats or liferafts. by rescue vessels or vessels? survival?.
8. stability, construction and ship damage control in the current paragraph: (e) Replace? recommendations of IMCO? the Organization's recommendations??.
16. Replace the subtitle? Communications? by? Radiocommunications and visual signals?.
Change the current paragraphs (b) and (c) to:? (b) knowledge of procedures used in radiocommunications and ability to use radio equipment to send distress messages, urgency, safety and navigation.
(c) Knowledge of procedures to send distress signals, as set out in the Radio Regulations.
17. life-saving Equipment in the current text, replace? lifeboats, liferafts? for survival craft and vessels? of?.
18. Search and rescue in the current text, delete? IMCO?.
19. Methods of demonstration of proficiency (f) life-saving Equipment

In the current text, replace? lifeboats? why?, survival craft rescue craft?.
Appendix to Regulation II/4 minimum knowledge required for the issue of certificates to officers who give room service at the bridge of ships of 200 AB, or 10 more. Radiotelephony and visual signals Replace the subtitle? Radiotelephony and visual signals? by? Radiocommunications and visual signals?.
(c) Replace the current text by:? (c) knowledge of procedures used in radiocommunications and ability to use radio equipment to send distress messages, urgency, safety and navigation?
12. life-saving Equipment to replace the current text by:? Ability to organize abandon ship drills and knowledge of the operation of survival craft and rescue boats, their launching appliances and accessories and their equipment, including radio equipment for survival craft, radio transmitters, emergency satellite position indicators (EPIRBS), clothes and thermal protective AIDS. Knowledge of the techniques of survival at sea.
13. Emergency procedures to replace the current text by:? Knowledge of the items listed in the current edition of the Appendix? Document for guidance? of the ILO/IMO?.
16. English language in the current text, delete? IMCO?.
20. Search and rescue in the current text, delete? IMCO?.
Regulation II/6 mandatory minimum requirements for subordinate personnel component of a service room on the bridge to replace the current text of subparagraph 2 (d) (vii) by:? iluminativos with rockets ' knowledge of parachutes, signs iluminativos manuals and signs floating tobacco;?

Replace the current chapter IV: CHAPTER IV RADIO PERSONNEL explanatory note: the devices required for the radio room service are presented in the Regulation of radio and the International Convention for the safety of life at sea, 1974, as amended. The devices related to maintenance of radio equipment are presented to the International Convention for the safety of life at sea, 1974, as amended, and the guidelines adopted by the organization.
Regulation IV/1 Application 1. The provisions of this chapter apply to radio personnel on a ship operating in the global maritime distress and system (GMDSS) as established by the International Convention for the safety of life at sea, 1974, as amended.
2. Until 1 February 1999, radio personnel on a ship that is in compliance with the provisions of the International Convention for the safety of life at sea, 1974, in effect prior to February 1, 1992, shall comply with the provisions of the International Convention on standards of training, certification and room service, 1978 in force prior to 1 December 1992.
Regulation IV/2 mandatory minimum requirements for the issuance of certificates for the GMDSS radio personnel 1. Every radio operator in charge of radio communications on board a ship, or performing these tasks, you must be the bearer of a certificate, or certificates, suitable, issued or recognised by the Administration in accordance with the provisions of the Radio Regulations.
2. In addition, a radio operator of a ship which is required by the International Convention for the safety of life at sea, 1974, as amended, to have a radio installation shall: (a) be 18 years of age or more;
(b) be approved by the Administration regarding their medical fitness, particularly regarding eyesight, hearing and speech;
(c) meet the requirements of the appendix to this regulation.
3. Should be required of every candidate for a certificate to pass an examination or examinations to the satisfaction of the administration.
4. The level of knowledge required for the issue of certificates should be enough for radio operators perform their tasks safely and radio. The knowledge required to obtain each type of certificate defined in the Radio Regulations should be in accordance with that regulation. In addition, for all types of certificates defined in the Radio Regulations, the knowledge and the necessary training should cover the matters listed in Appendix of this rule. When establishing the appropriate level of knowledge and training, the Administration should take into account the relevant recommendations of the organization.

Appendix to Regulation IV/2 additional minimum requirements relating to knowledge and training for the staff of Radio 1. In addition to meeting the requirements for the issue of a certificate in accordance with the Radio Regulations, radio operators must have knowledge and training, including practical training in the following subjects: (a) the holding of radio services in emergencies, including: (i) abandon ship;
(ii) fire aboard ship;
(iii) partial or total failure of the radio installations;
(b) the operation of survival craft, rescue boats and their equipment, with special emphasis on lifeboat radio equipment;

(c) survival at sea;
(d) first aid;
(e) fire prevention and fire fighting, with special emphasis on the radio installations;
(f) preventive measures for the safety of the ship and personnel, along with the dangers related to radio equipment, including electrical hazards, radiation, chemicals and mechanical;
(g) the use of the relief and Rescue Manual for merchant ships (MERSAR), with special emphasis on radio communications;
(h) systems and procedures to report the position of the ship;
(i) the use of the international code of signals and the Standard Vocabulary of maritime navigation;
(j) radio medical systems and procedures.
2. The Directors may amend, as appropriate, the knowledge and the training required by paragraph 1 for the issue of a radio operator's certificate to a bearer of a certificate issued in accordance with the provisions of Chapters II, III or IV, since the Administration is convinced that the standard of training, or the level of knowledge , for the issuance of the certificate that it has is appropriate.
Regulation IV/3 mandatory minimum requirements to ensure the continued proficiency and updating of knowledge for the GMDSS radio personnel 1. Should be required of all radio operator who is the bearer of a certificate or certificates issued or recognized by the Administration, to keep qualified for the embedded service, which satisfies the Administration with respect to the following items: (a) medical fitness, particularly regarding eyesight, hearing and speech, at regular intervals not exceeding five years; and (b) professional competence: (i) conducting radio services on a ship employed in sea voyages, without any interruption, for a period exceeding five years; or (ii) by virtue of having performed functions relating to the duties appropriate to the grade of certificate that has to be considered at least equivalent to the embedded service required in paragraph 1 (b) (i); or (iii) being passed an approved test or successfully completing a course or training approved courses carried out at sea or ashore, which should cover those elements that are directly relevant to the safety of human life at sea and to apply for the certificate that the person has, in accordance with the requirements of the International Convention for the safety of life at sea , 1974, as amended, and regulation of radio.

2. When new methods, equipment or procedures become compulsory on board ships entitled to fly the flag of a party, the Administration may require that radio operators are approved on a test, or successfully complete a course or appropriate training courses carried out at sea or ashore, with a special emphasis on security-related tasks.
3. Every radio operator, to keep qualified for the service embarked aboard certain types of ships for which special requirements have been internationally agreed training, must successfully complete a relevant approved training, or be adopted on examinations should take into consideration relevant international rules and recommendations.
4. The Administration should ensure that ships entitled to fly its flag have on board the texts of recent changes in the international rules relating to radiocommunications and relevant to the safety of life at sea.

5. Governments are encouraged, in consultation with those concerned, formulate or promote the formulation of a structure of courses and update, voluntary or compulsory as appropriate, at sea or ashore, for radio operators who are serving at sea and, especially, for those who are reingressando in the embedded service. The course, or courses, should cover the elements that are directly relevant to the tasks of radio and to include the changes in maritime radio communications technology and relevant international rules and recommendations concerning the safety of life at sea?

CHAPTER VI Regulation VI/1 Replace the current text by:? Mandatory minimum requirements for the issue of certificates of proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats.

(e) Replace the current subparagraphs (iii) to (v) and (ix) by:? (iii) interpret existing brands in survival craft and rescue craft, with respect to the number of people who are authorized to take;
(iv) give correct orders necessary to launch and to embark on survival craft and rescue craft, drive them away from the ship, steer and land of the survival craft or rescue vessel;
(v) prepare and launch into the water safely to survival craft and rescue boats and drive them away quickly from the side of the ship;
(viii) use signalling equipment, including the iluminativos rockets equipped with parachutes, signs iluminativos signs floating manuals and tobacco;

(ix) use radio equipment saves lives;
(x) wear and use an immersion suit; use a thermal protective aid?.

Appendix to Regulation VI/1 Replace the current text of paragraph 2 (c) and (f) by:? 2. (c) actions to be performed when it is called for trimming the ranks of survival craft and rescue vessel;
(f) actions to be performed when you are aboard a survival craft or rescue boat.?

Replace the current text of paragraphs 5 to 8 by:? 5. Construction and rigging of the survival craft and rescue boats and each item of your equipment.
6. Specific features and capabilities of the survival craft and rescue boats.
7. The various types of devices used for launching survival craft and rescue boats.
8. Methods of launching of survival craft and rescue boats with rough seas?

Replace the current text of paragraph 10 by:? 10. Maneuver of survival craft and rescue boats in adverse weather conditions?

Replace the current text of paragraphs 15 to 19 by:? 15. Lifeboat radio equipment carried in survival craft and rescue craft, including radio transmitters, emergency satellite position indicators.
16. effects of hypothermia and its prevention; use of protective covers and protective clothing, including clothes and thermal protective AIDS.
17. Methods of starting and operating the engine of a survival craft or rescue boat and its accessories together with the use of the fire extinguisher.

18. Use of rescue boats and lifeboats to bring together liferafts and rescue of survivors and the people who are in the sea.
19. Abicar to survival craft and rescue boats?

Resolution MSC. 33 (63) (adopted on 23 May 1994) ADOPTION of amendments to the INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION on STANDARDS of TRAINING, CERTIFICATION and room service, 1978 the MARITIME SAFETY COMMITTEE, RECALLING article 28 (b) of the Convention on the World Maritime Organisation concerning the tasks of the Committee, RECALLING also the Article XII (1) (a) of the International Convention on standards of Training of seafarers , Issue of certificates and room service, 1978, hereinafter referred to as? the Convention?, concerning procedures to amend the annex of the Convention, having EXAMINED, in its 63rd session, amendments to the Convention proposed and distributed according to article XII (1) (a) (i) of that Convention, 1. ADOPTS, in accordance with article XII (1) (a) (iv) of the Convention, amendments to the Convention, whose texts are presented in the annex to the present resolution;
2. DETERMINES, in accordance with article XII (1) (a) (vii) (2) of the Convention, that the amendments should be deemed to have been accepted on 1 July 1995, unless, before that date, more than one third of the parties, or Parties whose merchant fleets assembled constitute no less than 50% of the gross tonnage of the world merchant fleet of 100 ships AB registered , or more, have notified their objections to the amendments;
3. INVITES the parties to observe, in accordance with article XII (1) (a) (ix) of the Convention, the amendment shall enter into force on 1 December 1996, depending on their acceptance in accordance with paragraph 2 above;
4. Requests the Secretary-General, in accordance with article XII (1) (a) (v) of the Convention, to transmit certified copies of the present resolution and the text of the amendments contained in the Annex to all parties to the Convention for acceptance;
5. REQUESTS the Secretary-General to transmit copies of the resolution to the members of the organization who are not parties to the Convention.


ANNEX amendments to the INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION on STANDARDS of TRAINING, CERTIFICATION and room service, 1978 1 chapter V is replaced by the following: 2. Chapter V SPECIAL TRAINING REQUIREMENTS for PERSONNEL WORKING in TANK VESSELS Rule 1 mandatory minimum requirements for training and qualification of masters, officers and staff non-commissioned officer of 1 tank ships officers and staff non-commissioned officer who shall carry out specific tasks, and that they will have on those assignments, tasks related to the cargo and cargo equipment on tank vessels must have completed a course of appropriate fire-fighting, held on land; e. 1ter completed a period of at least three months of supervised service at sea, in tank vessels, to acquire adequate knowledge of safe operational procedures; or completed a familiarization course 2ter with tank vessels that has been approved, covering at least the contents presented in Appendix 1 of this rule.
The Administration may, however, accept a period of supervised service at sea less than three months, as laid down in subparagraph 1 for official and personal ... non-commissioned officer of a tanker, if all the following conditions are met:. 3que the period so accepted is not less than one month;
.4thhow to the tanker has less than 1600 AB;
5 did you travel duration ... where the tanker is being employed does not exceed 72 hours; e. 6 that you did the Administration is convinced that the operational characteristics of the ship, including the number of travel and the number of charging and discharging operations which the vessel is performing during that period is such that can be purchased the same level of knowledge at that time.

2. masters, chief engineer officers, chief mates, the Subchiefs of machines, and if someone else besides the above mentioned have the immediate responsibility for loading, discharging and care with the movement or handling of cargo, in addition to the provisions in paragraphs 1.1 and 1.2 shall have appropriate experience 1a.: its role in tank vessels, and pertinent to the type of tanker on which they serve , that is, oil tanker, chemical tanker or tanker were liquified gases; e. 2concluído a specialized training program and approved, suitable for their duties on the type of tanker on which they will serve, that is, oil tanker, chemical tanker or tanker were liquified gases. The specialized training program should cover at least the contents presented in Appendix 2, 3 or 4 of this rule, as appropriate.
3 Until two years after the entry into force of the Convention for a Party, a seafarer may be considered to have met the requirements of subparagraph 2.2 If you have exercised a relevant function on board the type of tanker involved, for a period not less than one year in the past five years.
4 the administrations should ensure that a document is issued to the officers and non-commissioned officer personnel who are qualified in accordance with paragraph 1 or 2 of this rule, as appropriate, or that any appropriate existing document is properly endorsed?
5 shall be added the following new appendices: APPENDIX 1 to regulation V/1 ship familiarization course tank familiarization course in tank vessels referred to in paragraph 1.2 of regulation V/1 should cover at least the contents presented below.
1 Characteristics of loads

An approach broadly, including a practical demonstration of the physical properties of oil, chemicals or gases carried in bulk; relationship between the pressure and the temperature of the fumes. Influence of pressure on boiling temperature. Explanation of what is pressure, diffusion, partial pressure, limit of flammability, flash point and ignition temperature of saturated vapors. Practical importance of the flash point and the lower flammable limit. Simple explanations about the types of electrostatic charge generation. Symbols and chemical structures, elements of the chemistry of acids and bases, chemical reactions of well-known groups, enough to allow proper use of the codes.

2 Toxicity principles and simple explanations on the basics; limits of toxicity, acute effects such as chronic toxicity, systemic poisons and irritadores.

3.1Perigos of explosion and flammability flammability limits. Sources of ignition and explosion.
.2Perigos for the health dangers of skin contact, inhalation and ingestion.
.3Perigos to the environment effect of release of oil, chemicals or gases on human and marine life. Effect of specific gravity and solubility. Danger of emission of fumes. Effect of vapour pressure and atmospheric conditions.
4. Dangers of radioactivity, the spontaneous reaction of polymerization, effects of temperature and impurities as catalysts. Reaction with air, water and other chemical agents.
5. Dangers of corrosion Dangers to personnel, attacks on construction materials. Effects of concentration.
4 control of dangers, Blanketing sheet of water, drying agents, monitoring techniques. Measures against static. Ventilation. Segregation. Inhibition of the load. The importance of compatibility of materials.
5 safety equipment and personal protection the functioning and calibration of measuring instruments and similar equipment. Specialized equipment on extinguishing, breathing and escape equipment. Safe use of protective clothing and equipment.
6 pollution prevention procedures to be followed to prevent air and water pollution and measures to be taken in case of spillage, including the need to forward all relevant information to appropriate staff when a spill is detected, or when a fault occurs that poses a risk of spillage; to report quickly to ground staff in charge of the reaction to the incident; and to fulfill appropriately the procedures of Board to mitigate the effects of the spill.

APPENDIX 2 to regulation V/1 oil tanker specialized training program referred to in paragraph 2.2 of regulation V/1, appropriate to the tasks to be performed on oil tankers shall provide theoretical and practical knowledge of the following subjects:. 1preset and codes of procedure: familiarisation. international conventions appropriate devices first;
. international and national 2códigos;
. IMO about pollution 3Manual by oil; e. relevant tanker safety 4Orientações.
.2Projeto and tanker familiarization with equipment:. 1dispositivos, pumps and plumbing deck;
. two kinds of cargo pumps and their jobs with various kinds of cargo;
.3sistemas cleaning, degassing and blanketing of tanks;
.4suspiro of cargo tanks and ventilation of the habitable compartments;
.5sistemas tools and alarms;
.6sistemas load heating; e. 7fatores of electrical systems.

3Características Knowledge of charge. chemical and physical properties of the different oil cargoes.
.4Operações load calculations for the ship. Loading and discharging plans. Charging and discharging procedures, including ship-to-ship transfers. Checklists. Use of monitoring equipment. Importance of adequate supervision of staff. Degassing operations and tank cleaning. When appropriate, crude oil cleaning procedures and the operation and maintenance of inert gas systems. Input control in the pumps and closed compartments. Use of equipment to detect the presence of gas and safety. Procedures for placing the load at the top of the tank and appropriate procedures of ballast and deslastro. Prevention of pollution of air and water.

.5Manutenção and repair Precautions to be taken before and during maintenance and repair work, including the affecting the pumping systems, plumbing, electrical and control. Safety factors required in carrying out works using fire. Control of works that use fire and procedures for the carrying out of those works.
.6Operações the importance of drawing up contingency plans for emergencies. Load isolation operations in an emergency. Measures to be taken in case of failure of essential services for the load. Fire fighting on oil tankers. Measures to be taken after a collision, stranding or spillage. First aid procedures and CPR equipment utilization. Use of breathing equipment. Rescue of victims who are in closed compartments.

APPENDIX 3 to regulation V/1 tank Vessels for chemicals the specialized training programme referred to in paragraph 2.2 of regulation V/1, appropriate to the tasks performed in tank vessels for chemicals, should provide the theoretical and practical knowledge of the following subjects:. 1preset and codes of procedure familiarization with relevant international conventions and with the IMO codes and with the relevant international and national codes.
.2Projeto and ships equipment tank for chemicals A short description of the specialized devices of pipelines, pumping and tanks, and overflow control. Types of cargo pumps and their employment in various kinds of cargo. Cleaning and degassing systems of tanks. Sigh of cargo tanks and ventilation of the habitable compartments, decompression Chambers. Instrument systems and alarms. Temperature control systems of tanks. The safety factors of electrical systems.
.3Características load A sufficient knowledge of the characteristics of chemical liquid cargo, in order to allow for the proper use of relevant international codes.
.4Operações load calculations for the ship. Loading and discharging plans. Charging and discharging procedures. Checklists. Use of monitoring equipment. Degassing operations and tank cleaning (proper use of absorption and damping agents and detergents). Use and maintenance of inert atmospheres. Input control in the pumps and closed compartments. Use of equipment to detect the presence of gas. Dumping waste and water used in the washing of tanks.
.5Manutenção and repair Precautions to be taken before and during maintenance work and repair of pumping systems, plumbing, electrical and control.
.6Operações the importance of drawing up contingency plans for emergencies. Load isolation operations in an emergency. Measures to be taken in case of failure of essential services for the load. Fire fighting in tank vessels for chemicals. Measures to be taken after a collision, stranding or spillage. First aid procedures and CPR equipment utilization. Use of breathing equipment. Rescue victims who are in closed compartments.
APPENDIX 4 to regulation V/1 tank for liquefied gas Ships the specialized training programme referred to in paragraph 2.2 of regulation V/1, suitable to the tasks carried out on ships for liquefied gas tank, you should provide the theoretical and practical knowledge of the following subjects:. 1preset and codes of procedure familiarization with relevant international conventions and with the IMO codes and with the relevant international and national codes.
.2Projeto and ships equipment for liquefied gas tanker familiarization with: 1Tipos tank vessels to ... gas liquefied;
.2. supervisory systems of stowage (construction, surveys);
.3Equipamentos for handling of cargo (pumps, systems);
.4Sistemas load conditioning (heating, cooling);
5Sistemas control of the atmosphere ... in the tank (inert gas, nitrogen);
.6Instrumentação packaging systems and cargo handling;
.7 systems fire fighting; e. Security and rescue 8Equipamentos.

.3Combate advanced practice Techniques of fire and fire fighting tactics applicable to liquefied gas tank vessels, including the use of water spray systems.
.4Química and an introduction to the physics and chemistry to basic physics, to the extent that they relate to the secure transport on ships were liquified gases in bulk:

.4.1 properties and characteristics were liquified gases and their vapours:. 1definition of gas;
.2Leis simple relating to gases;
.3Equação of gases;
.4Densidade of gases;
.5Difusão and gas mixture;
.6Compressão of gases;
.7Liquefação of gases;
.8Refrigeração of gases;
.9Temperatura criticism;
.10Importância practice of flash point;
.11Limites upper and lower explosive;
.12Temperatura ignition;
.13Compatibilidade of gases;
.14Reatividade; e. 15Polimerização, inhibitors.
4.2 liquid insulated properties.. 1Densidades of liquids and vapours;
.2Variação with temperature;
.3Pressão and temperature of the vapors;
.4Entalpia; e. 5Vaporização and boiling liquids.

4.3 Nature and ... solutions. 1Solubilidade of gases in liquids;
.2Miscibilidade between liquids and the effects of changes of temperature;
.3Densidades solutions and dependence on temperature and concentration;
.4Efeitos of dissolved substances on melting and boiling points;
.5Hidratos, formation and dispersion;
.6Higroscopicidade;
.7Secagem of air and other gases;
.8Ponto of dew; e. 9Efeitos of low temperature.

.5Perigos. 1Modos 5.1 toxicity. for which were liquified gases and their vapours may be toxic;
.2Propriedades and inhibitors of toxic products of combustion of both building materials as were liquified gases transported;
.3D effects acute and chronic toxicity, systemic poisons and irritadores;
.4Valor Minimum Limiter (TLV).

5.2. Dangers of skin contact, inhalation and ingestion.
5.3. First aid and antidotes.
.6Acondicionamento. 1Princípios packaging systems;
.2Regras;
.3Vistorias;
.4Construção the tanks, materials, coatings, insulation; e. 5Compatibilidade.
.7Poluição. 1Perigos to human life and the marine environment;
.2Efeito specific weight and solubility;
.3Perigo displacement of from clouds of fumes; e. 4Alijamento of cryogenic liquids.
.8Sistema load handling. 1Descrição of the main types of pumps, pumping devices and systems of return of vapours, network systems and valves;
.2Explicação of pressure, vacuum, suction, flow and load height;
.3Filtros and drains;
.4Dispositivos of expansion;
.5Telas against flames;
.6Gases normally used inert;
.7 systems storage, generation and distribution;
.8Sistemas for monitoring temperature and pressure;
.9Sistemas load meringue;
.10Sistemas liquid recirculation and reliquefação;
.11Medição of the load; instrumentation systems and alarms;
.12Sistemas for detecting and monitoring gases;
.13Sistemas CO2 monitoring;
.14Sistemas cargo boil; e. 15Sistemas.
.9Procedimentos to operate the ship. 1Preparativos and procedures for loading and unloading;
.2Listas;
3maintenance load conditions ... in journey and at the port;
.4Segregação and loads cargo transfer procedures;
.5Mudança, tank-cleaning procedures;
.6Retirada and analysis of cargo samples;
.7Lastro and deslastro;
.8Sistemas heating and cooling;
.9Procedimentos heating and degassing; e. 10Procedimentos to system cooling degassed from the room temperature and safety precautions involved.
... 10Procedimentos and safety equipment, calibration and use 1Finalidade ... of portable measuring instruments;
.2Equipamentos and fire fighting procedures;
.3Equipamentos of breath;
.4Ressuscitadores;
.5Conjuntos to escape;
.6Equipamentos of saving;
.7Roupas and protective equipment;
.8Entrada in closed;
.9Precauções to be taken before and during the making of repairs and maintenance in charge and control systems;
10Supervisão staff during operations ... possibly dangerous;
.11Tipos and principles of electrical equipment with safety certificate; e. 12Fontes.
. emergency 11Procedimentos 1A importance to draw up emergency plans;
.2Operações emergency load isolation;
.3Sistemas load valve closure in an emergency;
.4Medidas to be taken in the event of a failure of the services essential to cargo; e. 5Medidas to be taken after a collision, stranding or spillage of cargo in case of the ship be surrounded by toxic fumes or flammable.

.12Princípios load operations guidelines. 1Inertização of cargo tanks and voids;
.2Resfriamento, loading;
.3Operações made during travels with cargo and ballast;
.4Descarga and emptying of tanks; e. emergency 5Procedimentos, including actions planned in advance in case of leaks, fire, collision, running aground, cargo discharge in emergency accidents.

Resolution MSC. 66 (68) (adopted on 4 June 1997) ADOPTION of amendments to the INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION on STANDARDS of TRAINING, CERTIFICATION and room service, 1978, AS AMENDED the MARITIME SAFETY COMMITTEE, RECALLING article 28 (b) of the Convention on the World Maritime Organisation concerning the tasks of the Committee, RECALLING also the Article XII of the International Convention on standards of Training of seafarers , Issue of certificates and room service (STCW), 1978, hereinafter referred to as? the Convention?, on the procedures to change the Convention, having ANALYZED the resolution 6 of the 1995 Conference of the parties to the STCW Convention of 1978 and devices relevant to the training of masters, officers, non-commissioned officer personnel and other persons serving on passenger ships;
GOING on in your ANALYZED 68th session, amendments to Rules V/2 and V/3 of the proposed Convention and distributed according to article XII (1) (a) (i) of that Convention, 1. ADOPTS, in accordance with article XII (1) (a) (iv) of the Convention, amendments to the Convention, whose texts are presented in the annex to the present resolution;

2. DETERMINES, in accordance with article XII (1) (a) (vii) (2) of the Convention, that the amendments should be deemed to have been accepted on 1 July 1998, unless, before that date, more than one third of the parties, or Parties whose merchant fleets assembled constitute not less than 50% of the gross tonnage of the world merchant fleet of 100 ships AB or more of record , have notified their objections to the amendments;
3. INVITES the parties to the STCW Convention to observe that, according to article XII (1) (a) (ix) of the Convention, the amendment shall enter into force on January 1, 1999, depending on their acceptance in accordance with paragraph 2 above;
4. Requests the Secretary-General, in accordance with article XII (1) (a) (v) of the Convention, to transmit certified copies of the present resolution and the text of the amendments contained in the Annex to all parties to the Convention;
5. REQUESTS the Secretary-General to transmit copies of the resolution to the members of the organization who are not parties to the Convention.

ANNEX amendments to the INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION on STANDARDS of TRAINING, CERTIFICATION and room service, 1978, AS AMENDED chapter V SPECIAL TRAINING REQUIRED for staff of CERTAIN TYPES of SHIPS regulation V/2 mandatory minimum requirements for the training and qualification of masters, officers, non-commissioned officer personnel and other persons serving on passenger ships? ro-ro?.

We added the following text at the end of paragraph 3:? or be required to provide evidence of having achieved the required standard of competence within the last five years?
is added the new regulation V/3, after regulation V/2 current.

? Regulation V/3 mandatory minimum requirements for the training and qualification of masters, officers, non-commissioned officer personnel and other persons serving on passenger ships other than ro-ro??.

1 this rule applies to masters, officers, non-commissioned officer personnel and other persons serving on passenger ships other than ro-ro??, employees in international travel. The administrations shall establish the applicability of these requirements to personnel serving on passenger ships engaged on domestic voyages employees.
2 before being appointed to serve on board passenger ships, seafarers shall have completed the training required by paragraphs 4 to 8 below in accordance with their functions, duties and responsibilities.
3 seafarers which is required to be trained in accordance with paragraphs 4, 7 and 8 below shall at intervals not exceeding five years, undertake appropriate update training, or be required to provide evidence of having achieved the required standard of competence within the last five years.

4 The persons designated in master tables to assist passengers in emergency situations on board passenger ships shall have completed training in crowd control, as set forth in section A-V/3, paragraph 1 of the STCW Code.
5 Masters, officers and other persons designated to carry out specific functions and responsibilities on board passenger ships shall have completed the familiarisation training set out in section A-V/3, paragraph 2 of the STCW Code.
6 the staff that provides services directly to passengers on board passenger ships shall have completed the safety training set out in section A-V/3, paragraph 3 of the STCW Code.
7 masters, chief mates and every person assigned to functions of responsibility for the loading and unloading of passengers must be by completed the passenger safety training that has been approved, as set forth in section A-V/3, paragraph 4 of the STCW Code.
8 masters, chief mates, chief engineer officers, second engineer officers and any person having responsibility for the safety of passengers in emergency situations on board passenger ships shall have completed the training of crisis control and human behavior that have been approved, as set forth in section A-V/3, paragraph 5 of the STCW Code.

9 the administrations should ensure that it is delivered to every person who is qualified in accordance with the provisions of this rule constitutes the documentary evidence of the training which he concluded.?
Resolution MSC. 67 (68) (adopted on 4 June 1997) ADOPTION OF AMENDMENTS to the CODE of MARITIME TRAINING, issuing certificates and ROOM SERVICE (STCW) the MARITIME SAFETY COMMITTEE, RECALLING article 28 (b) of the Convention on the World Maritime Organisation concerning the tasks of the Committee, RECALLING article XII and YET the regulation I/1.2.3 of the International Convention on standards of Training of seafarers , Issue of certificates and room service (STCW), 1978, hereinafter referred to as? the Convention?, concerning procedures to amend Part A of the code of Maritime training, issuing certificates and room service (STCW), having EXAMINED the resolution 5 of the 1995 Conference of the parties to the STCW Convention of 1978 and relevant staff training of ro-ro ships?? passengers in crisis management and human behaviour, having ANALYZED too, in its 68th session, amendments to part A of the STCW Code proposals and distributed according to article XII (1) (a) (i) of the Convention, 1. ADOPTS, in accordance with article XII (1) (a) (iv) of the Convention, amendments to the STCW Code, whose texts are presented in the annex to the present resolution;
2. DETERMINES, in accordance with article XII (1) (a) (vii) (2) of the Convention, that the mentioned amendments should be deemed to have been accepted on 1 July 1998, unless, before that date, more than one third of the parties, or Parties whose merchant fleets assembled constitute not less than 50% of the gross tonnage of the world merchant fleet of 100 ships AB or more have notified their record objections to the amendments;
3. INVITES the parties to the STCW Convention to observe that, according to article XII (1) (a) (ix) of the Convention, the amendments to the STCW Code, in an annex, shall enter into force on January 1, 1999, depending on their acceptance in accordance with paragraph 2 above;
4. Requests the Secretary-General, in accordance with article XII (1) (a) (v) of the Convention, to transmit certified copies of the present resolution and the text of the amendments contained in the Annex to all parties to the Convention;
5. REQUESTS the Secretary-General to transmit copies of the resolution to the members of the organization who are not parties to the Convention.

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