The Eligibility Of Members Of The Ship, Seafaring Books, The Captain's Promise

Original Language Title: způsobilost členů posádky lodě, námořnické knížky, kapitánský slib

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112/2015 Coll.
DECREE


Dated 29 April 2015

Of professional and medical crew boats, licenses
eligibility books sailors and the captain's promise

Department of Transportation determined in accordance with § 85 para. 1 of Law no. 61/2000 Coll.
On maritime navigation, as amended by Act no. 310/2008 Coll., Act no. 261/2011 Coll
. Act no. 64/2014 Coll. and Act no. 81/2015 Coll., (hereinafter the "Act")
to implement § 32 para. 4, § 42 para. 6, § 43 para. 10, § 44 para. 4, §
45, paragraph. 7, § 47 para. 2 and 8, § 48 para. 9 and § 54 para. 6 of the Act:

§ 1
Subject Matter


This Decree implements the relevant regulations of the European Union ^ 1) and adjusts


A) the procedure for the exam to demonstrate expertise and skills
, the method of evaluation and the content of the protocol on the course and outcome
tests

B) particulars of the curriculum and the training necessary to be a member
crewmember (the "Plan education and training") and the requirements
certificate of completion of such education and training,

C) enumeration and characterization of specific activities, whose performance is
necessary to ensure safety and protection for ship
maritime navigation on certain types of ships and for coping with emergency situations
(hereinafter "special actions ')

D) medical conditions, scope, content and method of implementation
medical examinations, disease, defects or conditions that prevent or condition
medical fitness, evaluation of health
eligibility requirements of medical opinion and pattern
certificate of medical fitness

E) the format of the certificates

F) the content of the tests and other documents certifying the knowledge of legislation
Czech Republic in the field of shipping and the English language

G) pattern recognition application for the license and pattern recognition document
license, h) information entered in the seamen's books and pattern books and navy


I) the text of the captain's promise.

§ 2

To the exam

(1) test to demonstrate expertise and skills to perform a specific function within
crewmember (hereinafter referred to as "test") is performed on the basis of a written application
to perform the test made by a natural person (hereinafter | || "test") with the Office. Attached to the application to perform the test are
documents proving the achieved experience and completion of required instruction and training
acting as a member of the crew of the ship.

(2) The dates of the examinations set by the Office.


Evaluation tests
§ 3

(1) prokazovaných level of knowledge and skills in answering questions from
different areas of knowledge and skills to evaluate the classification stage


A) 1 - very good,

B) 2 - well,

C) 3 - sufficiently, or

D) 4 - poorly.

(2) and graded "1 - very good" test is evaluated that
excellent controls the area of ​​knowledge and skills by questions
all posed additional questions correctly matches.

(3) and graded '2 - well "is rated test, which controls the area well
knowledge and skills according to the questions posed additional questions correctly
responsible and able to apply their knowledge.

(4) and graded '3 - enough "is rated test, which controls the area
enough knowledge and skills by questions and mostly
responding correctly, not commit major mistakes, his answers but require assistance
by commission member.

(5) and graded '4 - insufficiently "is rated test,
who did not fulfill the requirements for classification level" 3 - fair "or
test which of the tests after initiation resigned.

§ 4

(1) Answers to test questions given to one area of ​​knowledge and skills
evaluate the final average mark.

(2) The result of the entire examination is "pass" grade or
"failed". For "passed" the test should not receive any of
knowledge and skills evaluation "4 - unsatisfactory".

§ 5

Log contents of the course and the test result

Report on the course and the test result contains

A) the name or names, surname, date of birth and address
residence or habitual residence test,

B) the date and venue of the examination,


C) records set questions in accordance with the syllabus and examination
individual evaluation

D) the overall outcome of the test and the test

E) the name or names and signatures of all members of the examination committee
.

§ 6

Requisites plan for education and training and certification requirements for their completion


(1) The elements of the curriculum and training are set out in Annex.
1 to this decree.

(2) The requirements for a certificate of completion of education and training are set out in Annex
no. 2 hereto.

§ 7
Special activities

Special activities are


A) individual rescue techniques,

B) providing basic first aid,

C) provide first aid

D) providing enhanced first aid

E) activity rescuers

F) rescue operation using the fast rescue boat,

G) fire activity

H) widespread fire activity

I) ensuring their own personal safety and awareness of social
responsibility for safety of navigation,

J) performing the tasks of the ship security officer

K) ensure the protection of basic ship

L) performing other tasks to ensure the safety of the ship,

M) crisis management,

N) Basic operations for cargo operations at oil and chemical tankers
,

O) extended activities for cargo operations on oil tankers,

P) extended activities for cargo operations on chemical tankers,

Q) Basic activities for cargo operations on tankers for liquefied gases
,

R) extended activities for cargo operations on tankers for liquefied gases
,

S) cost operation of bulk hazardous substances, or

T) cost operations with packaged dangerous substances.

Characteristics of specific activities

§ 8

(1) Individual rescue techniques include activities necessary for personal
rescue and survival in the event of total destruction of the ship, especially safe
leaving the ship, using lifeboats and rafts and other means
rescue and operation of their equipment , broadcasting emergency signals.

(2) providing basic first aid means, in particular the adoption
immediate action in case of accident to the injured persons or
other health-threatening emergencies.

(3) first aid means, in particular
providing first aid to persons in the event of injury or illness on the ship following a
provide basic first aid immediately at the site of injury.

(4) Providing enhanced first aid means the provision of assistance and
other necessary care for the injured and sick people for their presence
boat, including the use of publications for the purpose by the International Maritime Organization and
other literature, and using opportunities
global system of medical consultations provided by using
radio communications.

(5) activities rescuers particular activity carried out in order to save
person spotted in the sea, use of personal gear and rescue equipment
rescue boat, issuing instructions to his right boot and
pickup back to the ship, picking up people from the sea or a castaway on
rescue boat, providing basic first aid
castaway in the sea.

(6) activities rescuers using the fast rescue boat is
particular activity in order to rescue people spotted in the sea using
the fast rescue boat and its management, the use of personal gear and equipment
paramedic rapid rescue boat , issuing instructions to correct
launch and retrieval of fast rescue boat back to
ship, searching for a person in the sea or shipwrecked on his pickup
fast rescue boat, providing basic first aid
castaways at sea.

§ 9

(1) Fire activity involves mainly
reduce the risk of fire, extinguishing the initial fire extinguishing work within a team and use of fire-fighting equipment
ships.

(2) Extended fire activity involves in particular the planning and management
fire-fighting operations, control systems and equipment for fighting fires
and investigation of accidents related to the fire.


(3) Ensuring your own personal safety and awareness
social responsibility in terms of safety of navigation shall include compliance
safe working practices and emergency procedures, contributing to effective communication
on a boat and maintaining good interpersonal relationships at
ship with respect to possible multi-ethnic and multicultural composition
crew.

(4) The fulfillment of the tasks of the ship security officer shall include
processing, management, and overseeing the implementation of the security plan of the ship,
security evaluation and implementation of regular checks
ship in terms of its protection.

(5) Basic ensuring the protection of the ship includes
especially raising awareness and noticing possible threats to the ship, including piracy, timely reporting of suspicious events
ship's compliance
emergency and emergency procedures related to the protection of the ship .

(6) performing other tasks to ensure the safety of the ship
includes in particular the fulfillment of specific tasks assigned to them by the protection plan boat
identifying security risks and threats and
proper use of safety devices and systems installed on the ship.

(7) Coping with crisis situations including in particular the organization
emergency procedures, especially communication with passengers and others on the boat when
emergency situations and their management.

§ 10

(1) Basic operations for cargo operations at oil and chemical tankers
include in particular the planning and contributing to the safe handling of liquid cargo
, taking measures to prevent the danger
ensure safety and security at work and pollution prevention
environment including fire prevention.

(2) Enhanced activity at the expense of operations on oil tankers
include, in addition to activities described in paragraph 1, in particular the safe implementation, monitoring and control
performing operations with a cargo of crude oil
taking measures to prevent danger
ensure the safety and protection at work and to prevent pollution
environment including fire prevention.

(3) Advanced Business for cargo operations on chemical tankers
include, in addition to activities described in paragraph 1, in particular the safe implementation, monitoring and control
performing operations with a load of liquid chemicals,
taking measures to prevent danger , ensuring
and safety at work and the prevention of marine pollution
environment including fire prevention in classes
hazard cargo.

(4) Basic operations for cargo operations on tankers for liquefied gases include
particularly family planning and contributing to safe handling
cargo of liquefied gases, taking measures to prevent
danger, ensuring safety and protection at work
and to prevent environmental pollution, including fire prevention by
different hazard classes cargo.

(5) Advanced Business for cargo operations on tankers for liquefied gases
include, in addition to activities described in paragraph 4, in particular
safe implementation, monitoring and supervision of operations with cargo
liquefied gases, the adoption of appropriate measures
to prevent danger, ensuring safety and protection at work and to prevent environmental pollution
including fire prevention by
different hazard classes cargo.

(6) Activities at the cost of operations of bulk hazardous substances
shall include planning and supervising the placement and presentation of an individual species
mass, bulk and hazardous goods
proper handling, risk prevention imminent
according to individual hazard classes of goods.

(7) Activities for cargo operations with packaged dangerous substances
shall include planning and supervising the placement and submitting
different types of packaged dangerous goods and proper handling
him, risk prevention threatened by different hazard classes
goods.

§ 11

Conditions of health fitness

Terms medical crew member to work on the ship (hereinafter
"medical fitness") and diseases, defects or conditions (hereinafter the "disease")

That prevent or condition medical fitness, are listed in Annex
no. 3 hereto.
Medical examination


§ 12

Medical examination done at the request crewmember (hereinafter
"assessed person"), employers, operator of the ship, the ship's master or
Authority (hereinafter referred to as "applicant"). The application shall always indicate the function
member of the crew, the appropriate action for which the medical
competence assessed and the reason for its request.
Application shall be submitted in writing or recorded in the medical records.

§ 13

(1) The content of the medical examination is a basic examination that includes

A) analysis of data about the historical development of health and yet they have suffered
diseases targeted with particular focus on the incidence of diseases
which may restrict or exclude medical fitness or illness
which would probably worsened by service at sea,

B) employment history; particularly monitored response of the organism to the presence of risk factors
,

C) a comprehensive physical examination, including preliminary examination hearing
eye, skin and indicative of neurological examination, with emphasis on
assessment of the status and function of organs and systems, which will be loaded during
work, | ||
D) ECG and

E) basic chemical examination of urine to detect the presence of protein,
glucose, ketones, urobilinogen, blood and urine pH.

(2) Basic examinations expands the professional examinations, which are

A) eye examination, if it is the first assessment of health
capability, while other medical examinations always the captain, officers
cabin, cabin crew and other persons included in the
performance navigational watchkeeping or patrol,

B) ENT examination with the captain, chief mate,
cabin crew and other persons assigned to perform navigation
guard or patrol services, engineering watch and machine crew
including threshold tone audiometry the case is the first assessment
medical fitness, while other medical examinations indicative
ENT examination with the captain, chief mate,
cabin crew and other persons assigned to perform navigation
guard service patrol guards service engineering watch and machine
crew

C) ENT examination, including a threshold tone audiometry,
10 years after the beginning of exposure to noise at engineering watch and machine
crew

D) dental and psychiatric examination, if it is the first
assessing fitness and

E) other special examination if they are indicated by the surveying
doctor if it is to eliminate diseases that limit or preclude
medical fitness, or diseases that would probably worsened due
services sea ​​needed.

(3) The expert examination pursuant to paragraph 2 may be carried out only after
basic examination examining physician.

(4) If the assessed person during a medical examination fails to extract from
medical documentation pursuant to regulations
specific health services ^ 2) and not the cases pursuant to paragraph 2.
A) to d), we make the professional eye examinations, ENT
and psychiatric and laboratory testing in the range of blood count and differential
budget, alkaline phosphatase, alanine transferase,
aspartate aminotransferase, bilirubin, creatinine and blood glucose.

(5) The request medical examiner to perform advanced vocational examinations
addition to the requirements under the rules relating
requirements and content of medical records ^ 3) state the requirement to evaluate
medical person investigated in the range | || expertise of medical staff carrying out expert examination.

§ 14

Assessment of medical fitness

(1) assessment of health eligibility is conducted at stabilized
health; for stable medical condition is considered such
medical condition that has stabilized at a certain level of health and working ability
.

(2) assessing the person may be eligible for health or health condition
eligible recognize if based on medical examinations
been identified that person's disease, which excludes health

Eligibility. Upon detection of the disease, which reduces medical fitness,
be assessed per person for eligible health or health condition
eligible recognize only on the basis of a positive conclusion
professional examinations.

(3) reaches If a crewmember prescribed visual acuity with correction
must have for cruises available spare
glasses or contact lenses.

§ 15

Particulars medical opinion

Medical certificate of eligibility requirements by the next
legal regulation governing the terms and content of health documentation
^ 4) contains

A) information about the assessed person and information about risk factors
related to the work performed and

B) the date of execution of the next inspection, if it is justified
health status of the individual.

§ 16

Medical certificate

Pattern medical certificate is provided in Annex no. 4 to
hereto.

§ 17

Patterns licenses

Patterns licenses are given in Annex no. 5 hereto.

§ 18

Recognition certificates

(1) sample application for recognition of the license is set out in Annex.
6 hereto.

(2) Examination papers and other documents certifying the knowledge of legislation
Czech Republic in the field of shipping and the English language are
set out in Annex no. 7 to this Decree.

(3) The model certificate certifying recognition certificate is given in Appendix
. 8 hereto.

Entries into Seaman's book

§ 19

Data to be entered into Seaman's book are

A) information on the identity of the holder of Seaman's book,

B) data on embarkation holder Seaman's book,

C) information on the previous holder of embarkation Seaman's book and

D) other information.

§ 20

Information regarding the identity of the holder of Seaman's book are his

) Name,

B) the name or names,

C) nationality

D) the day, month and year of birth,

E) gender

F) place of birth,

G) height

H) hair color,

I) eye color,

J) special sign

K) blood group and

L) handwritten signature.

§ 21

Data on embarkation holder Seaman's book are

A) data characterizing the ship on which the holder of Seaman's book
embarked, and that

First name of the ship,

Second callsign ships

Third port of registry of the ship,

Fourth owner of the ship,

Fifth gross tonnage of ships in RT

6th net tonnage ships at RT and

7th power of main engines in ships kW

B) the function of the holder of Seaman's book on the ship in which the holder
Seaman's book included within the ship's crew

C) the date and place of embarkation holder Seaman's book,

D) place and date of landing holder Seaman's book and

E) the period of service holders Seaman's book on the ship.

§ 22

Data of previous holders of embarkation Seaman's book are

A) the names of ships on which the holder of Seaman's book was embarked,

B) the function of the holder of Seaman's book on the ships, which was embarked,

C) the total period of service holders Seaman's book on ships where
was embarked in a relevant capacity, and

D) registration number Seaman's book, by which they were written data
prior to embarkation holder Seaman's book.

§ 23

Other information entered in Seaman's book are

A) the registration number of the Seaman's book,

B) the international code of the issuing State

C) the date of issue of seaman's books,

D) the expiry date Seaman's book and

E) designation of the Office, which issued the seaman's book.

§ 24

Pattern Seaman's book

Pattern Seaman's book is given in Annex no. 9 hereto.

§ 25

Captain promise

Text captain's oath: "I promise on my honor and conscience that when
performance of the master will ensure all available means
safety of the ship's crew, passengers, cargo and ships, will observe and apply the laws
regulations related to the performance of this function and I will take care
honor the national flag ships. "

§ 26


Transitional provisions

People who have been passed as medically fit to perform the duties on the ship
according to existing regulations, are deemed medically fit to
expiry of the license, until 31 December 2016.

§ 27
Repealing provisions


Decree no. 450/2000 Coll., On the captain's promise, testing, training and medical fitness
shipboard personnel, licensing,
maritime books and on health care for members of the ship's crew, was repealed
.

§ 28
Efficiency


This Decree shall take effect on 1 July 2015.
Minister
:

Ing. Ťok vr
Appendix 1


Particulars schedule of teaching and training

First The name or business name, identification number and registered office address of the legal entity


Second Identifying education and training, including reference to specific rules
annexes and regulations of the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping
which is part of the law

Third Definition of expertise and skills that candidates have to obtain
including the determination of the number of hours devoted to acquiring relevant knowledge and skills


Fourth The duration of the course

Fifth Determining the minimum and maximum number of course participants

6th Entry requirements for course participants

7th Requirements for successful completion of the evaluation of teaching and training

8th Description of a pattern of record-keeping course, which shows a true
course of instruction and training, including the names of the participants, lecturers and examiners

9th Requirements on the expertise of trainers and assessors

10th Description of the security material and equipment, including literature, which will be available


11th The description and the pattern of the final evaluation of candidates
Appendix 2


Particulars of the certificate of completion of education and training

First The name or business name and address of the legal entity accredited

Second Identification of the type of education and training, including reference to specific annexes
rules and regulations of the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping
Services, which is part of the legal order

Third The name or names, surname and any academic titles
participant education and training

Fourth Date and place of birth, citizenship participant education and training

Fifth The names of the lecturers or evaluators

6th Start and end date education and training

7th Date and place of issue of the certificate

8th Name and signature of authorized representative of a legal person accredited

9th The stamp of the accredited legal entity
Appendix 3


Conditions of health fitness

I. Medical contraindications for embarkation on seagoing merchant ship

01.01 Infectious diseases

A. Diseases, defects or other health states disqualifying for
embarkation, especially

--------

B. Diseases which can be considered persons recognized as disabled
eligible for shipment to the conclusions of the expert examination, and especially


Chronic forms of infectious and parasitic diseases or bacilonosičství,
if it can be a source of serious epidemiological disease transmission to other persons
.

02.01 Malignant tumors

A. Diseases, defects or other health states disqualifying for
embarkation, especially

First all diseases caused by malignant cell proliferation (outside
basocelulárního skin cancer) within 5 years of healing, respectively. 5 years after the last
cure or recurrence

Second basocelulární cancer of the skin to heal.

B. Diseases which can be considered persons recognized as disabled
eligible for shipment to the conclusions of the expert examination, and especially


First cancer or a history

Second basocelulární cancer history.

03.01 Endocrine and metabolic diseases

A. Diseases, defects or other health states disqualifying for
embarkation, especially

First all forms of endocrine and metabolic diseases, which are not fully compensated
regular oral intake of drugs or which may
with regard to the nature and course of the disease so far expect
needed doses of drugs in the next period of significant change, | ||
Second obesity in which body weight in kilograms exceeds the value of m
determine the relationship: m = (body height in centimeters - 100) x 1.35 or

Third diabetes mellitus, which causes health complications, in particular



A) second and subsequent hypoglycemia, which occurs during a period of 12 months from the first
hypoglycemia and for which it is necessary to help manage
another person or

B) second and subsequent hypoglycemia, which occurs during a period of 12 months from the first
hypoglycemia without warning or

C) diabetes mellitus accompanied by organ complications.

B. Diseases which can be considered persons recognized as disabled
eligible for shipment to the conclusions of the expert examination, and especially


First all forms of endocrine and metabolic diseases which are fully compensated
regular oral intake of medication or drugs
compensation requires or

Second diabetes mellitus when treatment has commenced medications that carry the risk of inducing hypoglycemia
, and in the previous 12 months occurred
no hypoglycemia and there are health complications arising
connection with diabetes mellitus.

Regular medical doctor checking the health status of the respective
specialized competence is a prerequisite for medical always
be performed at least once every two years.

04.01 Diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs

A. Diseases, defects or other health states disqualifying for
embarkation, especially

First congenital / hereditary / hemolytic anemia or

Second acquired hemolytic anemia with recurrent symptoms of hemolysis.

B. Diseases which can be considered persons recognized as disabled
eligible for shipment to the conclusions of the expert examination, and especially


Hemorrhagic diatesy (vasculopathy, thrombocytopathy, coagulopathy) and
all states with an increased risk of bleeding.

05.01 Mental illness

A. Diseases, defects or other health states disqualifying for
embarkation, especially

First organic mental disorders manifested by dementia (dementia
Alzheimer's disease, vascular dementia, dementia in diseases classified elsewhere
nes dementia)

Second Organic amnesic syndrome,

Third organically conditioned personality disorders and behavioral disorders

Fourth nonspecific organic or symptomatic mental disorder

Fifth acute, chronic or untreated form especially schizophrenia, schizotypal disorder
, acute and transient psychotic disorders, schizoaffective disorders
, permanent mental disorder with delusions,
induced delusional disorder, other nonorganic psychotic disorders,

6th mental retardation,

7th pervasive developmental disorders,

8th serious congenital mental disorders caused by disease, trauma or neurosurgical operations
,

9th organically conditioned personality disorders and behavioral disorders

10th clinically severe form of specific personality disorders leading to
seriously impaired judgment, behavior or adaptability,

11th addiction to alcohol or other addictive substances

12th Regular consumption of alcohol or substance abuse or

13th regular use of drugs or a combination thereof, which effect may reduce
attention.

B. Diseases which can be considered persons recognized as disabled
eligible for shipment to the conclusions of the expert examination, and especially


First postencephalitic syndrome

Second severe neurotic disorders, behavioral syndromes associated with
physiological disturbances and physical factors

Third Serious sleep disorders,

Fourth Occasional use of medicaments, or combination thereof, which effect may reduce
attention

Fifth alcohol dependence (alcoholism), substance abuse history
after safe withdrawal period;
safe withdrawal period is considered the undisputed consistent and continuous abstinence
lasting at least two years, the demonstration is clear from the findings made by the competent doctor or specialist


6th recurrent acute intoxication history.

Regular medical checks for the disease is a condition of eligibility
health always.

01.06 Diseases of the nervous system

A. Diseases, defects or other health states disqualifying for
embarkation, especially

First degenerative, vascular and inflammatory diseases of the nervous system or
traumatic conditions of the nervous system that causes incoordination
movements or balance or speech communication disruption or disorder or sleep
consciousness, accompanied by long-term pain,

Second conditions associated with diseases, injuries or surgical intervention

Affecting the central or peripheral nervous system and cause severe
mental, sensory or motor impairment, or

Third epilepsy for 5 years bezzáchvatového period from discontinued
antiepileptic therapy

Fourth After the isolated state or after a first unprovoked epileptic seizure
unless it has deployed anti-epileptic medication, for 12 months
bezzáchvatového period or

Fifth Episodic states of impaired consciousness or movement, for example
uncompensated narcolepsy and cataplexy.

B. Diseases which can be considered persons recognized as disabled
eligible for shipment to the conclusions of the expert examination, and especially


First Cerebrovascular accident in history,

Second abnormal electroencephalogram regardless of the cause,

Third conditions associated with diseases, injuries or surgical intervention
affecting the central or peripheral nervous system and cause
mental, sensory or motor disorders

Fourth state after a unique unprovoked epileptic seizure if
been deployed anti-epileptic therapy in neurological examination and
not find any related brain pathology and
electroencephalogram (EEG), there's no epileptiform activity
, 1 year after this bout,

Fifth epilepsy or epileptic condition after the attack, when it was deployed
antiepileptic treatment and neurological examination when none is found
related brain pathology and electroencephalogram (EEG) is
been no epileptiform activity, 5 years after discontinuation || | treatment or

6th diseases that accompany increased risk of seizures
example, arteriovenous malformation or intracranial hemorrhage despite a
actual seizures have not yet occurred.

07.01 Diseases of the nose, ear and throat

A. Diseases, defects or other health states disqualifying for
embarkation, especially

First Ménière's disease and other balance disorders requiring treatment,

Second aphonia and dysphonia harder to disruption of communication or

Third failure to comply hearing under Part II.

B. Diseases which can be considered persons recognized as disabled
eligible for shipment to the conclusions of the expert examination, and especially


First Chronic suppurative inflammation of the sinuses or middle ear

Second Serious diseases of the middle ear or mastoid,

Third ear disorders or

Fourth Other hearing than those specified in Part II.

08.01 Diseases of the circulatory system

A. Diseases, defects or other health states disqualifying for
embarkation, especially

First severe heart and vascular diseases in functional class III. and IV.
NYHA classification and severe heart rhythm disorders,

Second hardly correctable hypertension, hypertensive disease with advanced
organ changes which give rise to serious disturbances of their functions and
malignant hypertension,

Third two or more episodes of thromboembolic disease in history,

Fourth more severe atherosclerosis obliterans with peripheral arterial
trophic defects or hemodynamically severe carotid stenosis or
larger aneurysms of the aorta,

Fifth VARICOSE complex, according to a history already at least twice
manifested by the emergence of a venous ulcer or

6th conditions after implantation of a defibrillator.

B. Diseases which can be considered persons recognized as disabled
eligible for shipment to the conclusions of the expert examination, and especially


First cardiac valvular heart defects and other disorders without haemodynamic

Second pathological examination of the electrocardiograph regardless
cause

Third arterial systemic hypertension,

Fourth cardiac arrhythmia,

Fifth angina during rest or mental load (excitement), or

6th permanent pacing.

09.01 Diseases of the respiratory system

A. Diseases, defects or other health states disqualifying for
embarkation, especially

First all diseases leading to a reduction in vital capacity below 80%
appropriate value or a reduction in the ratio of one-second lung capacity and
of forced vital capacity below 0.6, including situations where
this ratio is reduced below a specified value only during the seizure

Second two or more spontaneous pneumothorax history,

Third partial or global respiratory insufficiency regardless
cause

Fourth Chronic or recurrent disease pleura


Fifth chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or

6th allergic asthma.

B. Diseases which can be considered persons recognized as disabled
eligible for shipment to the conclusions of the expert examination, and especially


First non-allergic asthma,

Second other allergic respiratory diseases or

Third Chronic diseases of the respiratory system mentioned above.

1.10 Diseases of the digestive system

A. Diseases, defects or other health states disqualifying for
embarkation, especially

First incompletely rehabilitated kariesní teeth,

Second ulcers of the stomach or duodenum according to the following criteria
:

A) peptic ulcer within 3 years of proven healing,

B) called. Pseudoulcerosní syndrome and other problems within 1 year from conditions that require
treatment

C) ulcer perforation or penetration ulcer or massive bleeding ulcers
within 1 year after surgical cure the underlying disease history,

Third colostomy,

Fourth chronic appendicitis,

Fifth two or more episodes of acute pancreatitis history, chronic recurrent pancreatitis
with functional impairment externally secretory
portion of the pancreas,

6th hernia within 3 months after the surgical cure

7th state after hepatitis A, B, C, D or E within 6 months after the stabilization
enzyme activity of ALT and AST in the blood,

8th chronic liver disease associated with impaired liver function
or biochemical activity or significant hyperbilirubinemia (s
total bilirubin greater than 50 mmol / l)

9th demonstrated Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis and other diseases to
whose manifestations include recurrent diarrhea

10th conditions requiring long-term dietary regimen significantly different from the usual
board ships or

11th larger haemorrhoidal knots with a history of recurring inflammation.

B. Diseases which can be considered persons recognized as disabled
eligible for shipment to the conclusions of the expert examination, and especially


First states after abdominal surgery if they persist after
digestive difficulties moderate or heavier grade

Second Acute appendicitis attack, which was not treated with surgery, a history

Third Viral hepatitis B, C, D history,

Fourth rectal prolapse,

Fifth fissura not even

6th periproktální fistula or

7th chronic or recurring diseases of the digestive system above
unlisted.

1.11 Diseases of the urinary system

A. Diseases, defects or other health states disqualifying for
embarkation, especially

First All kidney disease leading to a decline in glomerular filtration
relative to standard body surface below 1.0 milliliter per second
or causing an increase in the concentration of urea or creatinine in the blood
over the physiological limit

Second extensive or recurrent hydrocele or

Third partial or complete obstruction of at least part of the urinary system.

B. Diseases which can be considered persons recognized as disabled
eligible for shipment to the conclusions of the expert examination, and especially


First urinary tract infections,

Second Proven urolithiasa including asymptomatic or

Third Chronic kidney disease and urinary tract diseases mentioned above.

1.12 Skin diseases

A. Diseases, defects or other health states disqualifying for
embarkation, especially

First severe and widespread forms of skin diseases or

Second skin diseases, where there is reasonable concern that it could be in hot or humid climate
deteriorate significantly.

B. Diseases which can be considered persons recognized as disabled
eligible for shipment to the conclusions of the expert examination, and especially


First skin diseases, eczematous character and severe dermatosis or

Second chronic skin disease.

1.13. Diseases of the musculoskeletal system

A. Diseases, defects or other health states disqualifying for
embarkation, especially

First upper limb amputation in the forearm and higher

Second amputation of the lower limb in the crus and higher

Third Ankylos or very significant limitation of movement of the shoulder or
elbow or hip, knee or ankle joint or

Fourth traumatic alteration inflammatory or degenerative diseases of the spine or large joints
requiring continuous or repeated treatments or severely restricting
steady gait or posture, particularly rheumatoid

Arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, a spinal disorder associated with recurrent episodes
spondylotic algic syndromes in history, heavier
arthrosis of the hip, knee or ankle.

B. Diseases which can be considered persons recognized as disabled
eligible for shipment to the conclusions of the expert examination, and especially


Other diseases significantly impeding stable gait especially
dermatomyositis called. Wobbly joints, nonunion leg or
limiting locomotion.

1.14. Diseases of the eye

A. Diseases, defects or other health states disqualifying for
embarkation, especially

First xerophthalmia,

Second double eyelid ptosis,

Third glaucoma,

Fourth diplopia or

Fifth failure to meet the requirements for visual acuity and color vision in accordance with Part III.

B. Diseases which can be considered persons recognized as disabled
eligible for shipment to the conclusions of the expert examination, and especially


First severe forms of chronic conjunctivitis,

Second diseases of the cornea, uveal system, retina and optic nerve or

Third other chronic or serious illness of the eye or adnexa.

1.15. Other

A. Diseases, defects or other health states disqualifying for
embarkation, especially

First states after transplantation, compensation, implant body, heart valves, blood vessels or
joint

Second Fatigue Syndrome heavier grades regardless of causality,

Third pregnancy and the postpartum period or

Fourth chronic inflammation of the female pelvic organs.

B. Diseases which can be considered persons recognized as disabled
eligible for shipment to the conclusions of the expert examination, and especially


First inflammatory diseases of female pelvic organs or

Second other diseases of the female genital tract.

II. Hearing requirements

A Personnel Department and the onboard navigation security service

First Comprehensibility whisper to each word in each ear separately
at a distance of less than two meters from speaking,

Second if for one ear hearing worse than those described above, required
whisper intelligibility for the individual words in the second ear
distance less than 5 meters from the speaker,

Third audiometric examination at a total hearing loss greater than 15%
(according to Fowler).

B Workers Mechanical Department

When audiometric examination is total hearing loss greater than 20%
(according to Fowler).

C
Department of Economic Workers
First Comprehensibility whisper to each word in each ear separately
at a distance of less than 1 meter from the speaker,

Second if for one ear hearing worse than those described above, required
whisper intelligibility for the individual words in the second ear
distance less than 2 m from the speaker,

Third audiometric examination at a total hearing loss greater than 40%
(according to Fowler).

III. Requirements for visual acuity and color vision
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Category Members distance vision Near Vision Color vision Visual fields Night blindness Diplopia
crewmember with the utility (in decimal
double vision)
Minutes Snellen
One Second Both eyes
Eye eye with the aid
or without
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Captains, onboard 0.5 0.5 Normal color vision normal vision without apparent
officers and members required for vision fields of vision required the presence
crew, who must navigate ships to fulfill this
fulfill the obligations ( eg. all necessary state patrol

search function for maps and darkness, without limitation

nautical publications

use of instruments and equipment on the bridge and recognition

navigation characters)
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All Machinery 0.4 0.4 Vision defective color vision without apparent Sufficient
officers requested to see where the fields of view required the presence
elektrodůstojníci reading devices with mild to fulfill this
electricians close , lack of necessary state
and crew members for handling color vision functions for
forming part of the equipment and can demonstrate a darkness without
machine guards to recognize their ability to limit
service systems / components to see and recognize | || necessary color signal
lights
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GMDSS 0.4 0.4 Vision defective color vision without apparent Sufficient
radio operators required to see B, KDET with fields of view required the presence
reading devices defective color to meet this
close up vision may all necessary state
to demonstrate their handling functions for
with equipment and ability darkness without
to recognize recognize color restrictions
systems / components codes surface
necessary short distance
for example those
used to
color coded
computer
screens.
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Appendix 4


Pattern medical certificate

Appendix 5


Patterns licenses

First Proof of proficiency - permission to perform functions on
command and operational level

Second Proof of expertise - permission to perform functions on the auxiliary level

Third Proof of expertise - authorization to perform specific activities
Annex 6


Model application for recognition of license
Annex 7


Contents of the examination and other documents certifying the knowledge of legislation
Czech Republic in the field of shipping and the English language

I. Knowledge of the laws of the Czech Republic in the field of maritime navigation

A. Exam content

A) of Law no. 61/2000 Coll., On Maritime Navigation - the subject-matter and basic
terms

B) the right of the flag and naval register

C) state supervision in shipping - the meaning, the authority of the Office

D) national flag of the Czech Republic - the importance in relation to maritime navigation
rights and obligations of stakeholders,

E) crew boats - the composition of ship crews and specialist medical
fitness, licenses,

F) the shipmaster - competence, representing the state flag

G) common accident - reason for the occurrence, progression commander after its declaration
schedule, enforceability dispase,

H) maritime protest - reason for submission, basic characteristics

I) maritime accident and rescue at sea from a legal perspective,

J) measures in the inevitable destruction of the ship, the birth and death on the ship
during a missing person falling overboard,

A) the offense is committed on board,

L) service on a ship and employment relations Members of crews,

M) employment contract with a Czech citizen

N) employment contract with a foreign national

O) qualifications of members of the ship in terms of international treaties

P) shipping documents - a bill of lading, charter party, the responsibility for
cargo

Q) insurance - boats, cargo, liability

R) P and I Club - meaning, scope of activities

S) territorial sea, continental shelf, high seas under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea
,

T) the ability of ships for navigation (seaworthiness) and

U) international conventions on maritime navigation and their links with
Czech law.

B. Other documents certifying the knowledge of legislation


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II. English language skills for professional competence of the captain and the first

Mate

A. Exam content

A) preparation of written English text

First business correspondence,

Second documents and correspondence relating to the cargo,

Third documents relating to an accident or collision of ships

Fourth telegram regarding boat accident in connection with pollution of the marine environment
,

Fifth Naval protest

6th Telegram in case of emergency,

7th Telegram in case of illness on the ship

8th excerpt from the logbook and

9th telegram or correspondence relating to the completion of formalities required
port authorities,

B) active knowledge of basic naval terminology in English
contained in the standard marine navigation vocabulary

C) Active knowledge of English

First social conversation,

Second Trade issues,

Third in case of an accident or collision of ships

Fourth case of pollution of the marine environment

Fifth case search or rescue operations,

6th in case negotiations with port and customs authorities,

7th use case for port services,

8th case of damage to the cargo, for the repair of hull and ship mechanisms and


9th Terminology in the field of maritime law and the national law of the State
port.

B. Other documents certifying knowledge of English

Proof of successfully passing exams in English corresponding
least A2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages ​​
.

III. English language skills for professional competence
chief engineer officer and second engineer officer

A. Exam content

A) preparation of written English text

First Letters related to ensuring the repair of marine equipment

Second orders of spare parts to machinery

Third Orders fuels and oils, income certificate,

Fourth correspondence with the manufacturer regarding the operation of the engine, machinery and mechanical appliances and


Fifth correspondence relating to the inspection of ships

B) active knowledge of the English language:

First problems for equipment repairs, parts replacement, the terms of their
execution, acceptance works

Second Terminology in the tools used in the engine room

Third in case of an accident machinery

Fourth nomenclature and description of machine systems,

Fifth Terminology in the field of protection of the marine environment

6th social conversations and

7th terminology abbreviations used in marine machinery.

B. Other documents certifying knowledge of English

Proof of successfully passing exams in English corresponding
least A2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages ​​
.
Appendix 8


Pattern recognition certificate certifying the license
Appendix 9


Pattern Seaman's book






1) Directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/106 / EC of 19 November 2008
on the minimum level of training of seafarers.
Council Directive 2009/13 / EC of 16 February 2009 implementing agreement to the Convention on Maritime Labour
2006 concluded Confederation of shipowners
vessels of the European Community (ECSA) and the European Federation of Workers
transport (ETF) and amending Directive 1999/63 / EC.
Directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2012/35 / EU of 21 November 2012
amending Directive 2008/106 / EC on the minimum level of training of seafarers
.

2) § 42 para. 1 point. b) Act no. 373/2011 Coll., on specific
health services.

3) Decree no. 98/2012 Coll., On medical documentation, as
Decree no. 236/2013 Coll.