Ordinance On Technical Regulation Of Equipment In Ships

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om teknisk forskrift om udstyr i skibe

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Overview (table of contents) Annex 1 Annex A Annex B Annex C Annex D 1 The full text of the Ordinance on technical regulation of equipment in skibe1) pursuant to sections 3-4 and section 32 of the law on safety at sea, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 903 of 12. July 2007, which put into force by Decree No. 882 of 25. August 2008 on the entry into force for Greenland of the Act on safety at sea, shall be determined after consultation with the Greenland Home Rule and under the authority: section 1. The notice includes the implementation of Council Directive 96/98/EC of 20. December 1996 on marine equipment, as amended by Commission Directive 98/85/EC of 11. November 1998, Commission Directive 2001/53/EC of 10. July 2001, Commission Directive 2002/75/EC of 2. September 2002, the European Parliament and Council Directive 2002/84/EC of 5. November 2002, Commission Directive 2008/67/EC of 30. June 2008 and Commission directive 2009/26/EC of 6 May 2003. April 2009.
(2). The detailed rules on equipment in ships is reprinted as Appendix to the notice.
§ 2. Violation of this Ordinance is punishable by fine or imprisonment for up to 1 year.
(2). The penalty can rise to imprisonment for up to 2 years, if there is 1) from the infringement is done harm to life or health or caused danger for them, 2) previously delivered a prohibition or injunction for the same or similar conditions, or 3) in the infringement is intentional or obtained a financial benefit for the person himself or others.
(3). Happens not confiscation of proceeds, as is gained by the infringement, when calculating the fine, including additional fines special consideration to the size of an achieved or intended economic advantage.
(4). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.
§ 3. If the relationship is governed by the Decree on the entry into force for Greenland of the Act on safety at sea, measures may be laid down in accordance with the criminal law for Greenland.
(2). In section 2 (2) matters referred to shall be considered as aggravating circumstances.
(3). Happens not confiscation of proceeds, cf. kriminallovens § 116, paragraph 1, which is gained by the infringement, when calculating the fine, including additional fines special consideration to the size of an achieved or intended economic advantage.
(4). Is a violation committed by companies, etc. (legal persons) may be subject to the legal person as such fine responsibility. Is the infringement committed by the State, Greenland Home rule, a municipality, a municipal community covered by § 64 in Landstingslov on municipal councils and local boards, etc., or a local Board of Directors, he or she may be subject to public authority as such fine responsibility.
(5). If the person does not reside in Greenland, or his association with the Greenlandic society, moreover, have such a looser nature, that the conditions for application of the measures is not here, can I apply or referred for prosecution in Denmark.
§ 4. The notice shall enter into force on the 6. April 2010.
(2). Executive Order No. 543 of 1. June 2009 about technical regulation on equipment in ships to be lifted.
(3). Equipment under ' equipment name ' in annex a.1 is described as ' new ', or are transferred from annex a.2 to annex a.1 and manufactured before the 6. April 2010, in accordance with procedures for type-approval already in force in a Member State before the said date, may be marketed and installed on board a Community ship for up to two years from that date.

The Danish maritime authority, the 5. March 2010 Per Sønderstrup/Søren Enemark Annex 1 Annex to the Ordinance on technical regulation of equipment in ships Equipment in ships shall comply with the provisions of the following directives: Council Directive 96/98/EC of 20. December 1996 on marine equipment (as amended by Commission Directive 98/85/EC of 11 november 1998, Commission Directive 2001/53/EC of 10 July 2001, Commission Directive 2002/75/EC of 2 september 2002, the European Parliament and Council Directive 2002/84/EC of 5 november 2002, the Commission Directive 2008/67/EC of 30 June 2008 and Commission directive 2009/26/EC of 6 april 2009).
The COUNCIL of the EUROPEAN UNION, having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community, and in particular article 84 (2), having regard to the proposal from the Kommisionen2), having regard to the opinion of the Economic and Social Committee3), in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 189 of the Treaty, C4), and on the basis of the following considerations: 1) within the framework of the common transport policy further measures must be laid down to ensure safety in maritime transport;
2) whereas the community is seriously concerned about accidents at sea, and in particular the accidents involving loss of human life and pollution of the Member States ' seas and coastlines;
3) the risk of shipping accidents can be reduced effectively through common standards, ensuring a high level of security for the equipment found on board ships; testing standards and test methods can greatly affect the future function of the equipment;
4) international conventions require flag States to ensure that the equipment carried on board ships complies with certain safety requirements and to issue the relevant certificates; the international standardization bodies and the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has drawn up to that end testing standards for certain types of marine equipment; the national testing standards implementing the international standards leave a margin of discretion certification authorities, who themselves have different skills and different experience; This means that there are varying levels of safety for products which the competent national authorities have certified as being in conformity with the relevant international safety standards and that the Member States are very reluctant to accept without further control equipment that has been approved in other Member States, on board ships flying their flag;
5) common provisions must be laid down to eliminate differences in the implementation of international standards; These common rules will result in the Elimination of unnecessary costs and administrative procedures relating to the approval of equipment, improving Community shipping operating conditions and competitiveness and the removal of technical barriers to trade by means of affixing of conformity mark;
6) the Council urged in its resolution of 8. June 1993 on a common policy on safe søs5) the Commission to present proposals with a view to harmonizing the implementation of IMO standards and type-approval procedures for marine equipment;
7) action at Community level is the only possible way of achieving such harmonisation, since Member States acting independently or through international organizations cannot establish the same level of safety for equipment;
8) a Council directive is the appropriate legal instrument as it provides the Member States with a framework for uniform and compulsory application of the international testing standards;
9) should first and foremost be adopted regulations on equipment, which according to the main international conventions it is mandatory to be on board and approved by the national authorities in accordance with the safety standards laid down in international conventions or resolutions;
10) a number of different directives, ensures free movement of certain products which, among other things. can be used as equipment on board ships, but does not include rules for the Member States ' certification of equipment in accordance with the relevant international conventions; Therefore, should the equipment to be placed on board ships, entirely covered by new common rules.
11) new testing standards must be established, preferably at international level, for equipment not already set such standards for, or for which standards are not sufficiently detailed;
12) Member States should ensure that the notified bodies that assess the compliance of equipment with testing standards are independent, efficient and professionally competent to carry out their tasks;
13) compliance with international testing standards can best be demonstrated by the conformity assessment procedure, as laid down in Council decision 93/465/EEC of 22. July 1993 concerning the modules for the various phases of the conformity assessment procedures and the rules for the affixing and use of the CE conformity marking, with a view to the application of the directives on technical harmonisering6);
14) Nothing in this directive restricts the right international conventions provide a flag State authorities to carry out operational-performance tests on board a ship for which it has issued a safety certificate, provided such tests do not duplicate the conformity-assessment procedures;
15) equipment covered by this directive, should generally bear a mark indicating that it is in compliance with the requirements of this directive;
16) Whereas Member States may in certain cases take provisional measures to limit or prohibit the use of equipment with conformity mark;
17) use of equipment not bearing the mark of conformity may be allowed in exceptional circumstances;
18) it is necessary to amend this directive by a simplified procedure involving a regulatory Committee-(Commission directives are amendments to the Council directive is of user account together written with the following Council Directive) HAS ADOPTED THIS DIRECTIVE: Article 1 the purpose of this directive is to improve maritime safety and prevent pollution of the seas by means of uniform application of the relevant international instruments relating to equipment listed in Annex A and which shall be placed on board ships and for which safety certificates are issued by the Member States or, on their behalf, in accordance with international conventions, and to ensure the free movement of such equipment in the community as a whole.
Article 2 for the purposes of this directive: (a)) ' conformity-assessment procedures ' shall mean the procedures set out in article 10 of this directive and according to Annex B B) ' equipment ' shall mean in annex a.1 and a.2 built equipment which must be placed on board a ship for use in order to comply with international instruments or are voluntarily placed on board for use, and which must be approved by the flag State administration is required according to international instruments; c) ' radiocommunications equipment ' : the equipment required by chapter IV of the 1974 SOLAS Convention, in its up-to-date version, as well as two-way VHF radiotelephone apparatus for survival craft required by regulation III/6.2.1 of the same Convention; d) ' international conventions ' means – the 1966 International Convention on load lines (LL66), – the 1972 Convention on the international regulations for preventing collisions at sea (COLREG), – the International Convention of 1973 for the prevention of pollution from ships (MARPOL) and the 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea (SOLAS), as well as protocols and amendments to these conventions, in its up-to-date version.


e) ' international instruments ' shall mean the relevant international conventions and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), and the relevant international testing standards f)» mark ' shall mean the symbol referred to in article 11 and set out in Annex D g) ' notified body ' means a body designated by the competent authority of a Member State in accordance with article 9 (h)) ' placed on board ' shall mean installed or placed on board a ship in) ' safety certificates ' : certificates issued by Member States or leave in accordance with international conventions (j)) ' ship ' means a ship falling within international conventions, however, with the exception of warships k) ' Community ship ' shall mean a ship for which the Member States shall issue or cause to issue safety certificates in accordance with international conventions. This definition does not include cases where the competent authorities of a Member State shall issue a certificate to a ship at the request of the authorities of a third country l) ' new ship ' shall mean a ship the keel of which is laid, or if the building is at a similar stage of construction on or after the date of entry into force of this directive. In the context of this definition a similar stage of construction means the stage at which: i) building, identifiable with a specific ship begins, and ii) Assembly of that ship has commenced comprising at least 50 tonnes or 1% of the estimated mass of all structural material, whichever of these two sizes, which is the smallest m) ' existing ship ' means a ship which is not a new ship; n) ' testing standards ' shall mean the standards set by the international maritime organisation (IMO), – the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), – the European Committee for Standardisation (CEN), European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC) and the European Telecommunication Standards Institute (ETSI), in its up-to-date version, and which in accordance with the relevant international conventions and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO is determined in order to define testing methods and test results However, only the standards, as listed in Annex A.


o) ' type-approval ' shall mean the procedures for evaluating equipment produced in accordance with the appropriate testing standards and the issue of the appropriate certificate.

Article 3 1), this Directive shall apply to equipment for use on board: (a)) on a new Community ship whether or not the ship is situated within the community at the time of construction; (b)) on an existing Community ship – which previously had such equipment on board, or – when the equipment was on board the ship is replaced, except where international conventions permit otherwise, whether or not the ship is situated within the community at the time where the equipment is placed on board.


2) this Directive shall not apply to equipment, which, on the date of entry into force of this directive already was placed on board the ship.
3) for the purpose of free movement, it is only the provisions of this directive that apply to the equipment referred to in paragraph 1, although it may fall under other directives, in particular Council Directive 89/336/EEC of 3. May 1989 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic kompatibilitet7) and Council Directive 89/686/EEC of 21 December 1988. December 1989 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to personal protective equipment. 8) Article 4 Each Member State or the organizations acting on its behalf, shall, when issuing or renewing the relevant safety certificates, ensure that the equipment carried on board Community ships for which they issue safety certificates complies with the requirements of this directive.
Article 5 1) equipment listed in annex a.1, and which are placed on board a Community ship on or after the in article 20, paragraph 1, second subparagraph, that date shall comply with the relevant requirements of the international instruments referred to in Annex A.
2) the compliance of equipment with the relevant requirements of the international conventions and The relevant resolutions and circulars of the International Maritime Organization shall be demonstrated solely in accordance with the appropriate testing standards and the conformity assessment procedures referred to in annex a.1. For numbers in annex a.1, which specified both IEC and ETSI testing standards, these standards, alternatives, and the manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the community may determine which of them should be used.
3) equipment listed in annex a.1, and which are produced before the date referred to in paragraph 1, can, for a period of two years from that date also be marketed and placed on board a Community ship, if certificates are issued by a Member State or on its behalf in accordance with international conventions, in so far as this equipment is manufactured in accordance with procedures for type-approval that was in force in the territory of that Member State before the date of adoption of this directive.

Article 6 1) Member States shall not prohibit the placing on the market or to be placed on board a Community ship of or refuse to issue or renew the safety certificates for equipment listed in annex a.1 which bears the mark or otherwise comply with the provisions of this directive.
2) the competent authority shall be issued a radio licence in accordance with the provisions of the international radio regulations, before the relevant safety certificate is issued.

Article 7 1) After the date of entry into force of this directive, the Community shall submit a request to the IMO or, where appropriate, to the European standardisation organisations to set standards, including detailed testing standards, for the equipment listed in annex a. 2.
2) The requests referred to in paragraph 1 shall be made:-by the Presidency of the Council and of the Commission, when they submitted to IMO by the Commission, in accordance with Council Directive 83/189/EEC of 28. March 1983 concerning a procedure for the provision of information in the field of technical standards and forskrifter9), when they submitted to the European standardisation organisations. The Commission's mandate should be aimed at developing international standards through procedures for cooperation between the European bodies and the corresponding international bodies.


3) Member States shall do their utmost to ensure that the international organizations, including the IMO, soon initiates the preparation of these standards.
4) the Commission shall verify regularly the preparation of test standards.
5) should the international organizations, including the IMO, fail or refuse to adopt appropriate testing standards for a specific item of equipment within a reasonable time, in accordance with the procedure referred to in article 18 adoption of standards based on the work of the European standardization organizations.
6) when they are referred to in paragraphs 1 or 5 are adopted or enter into force testing standards, as appropriate, for a specific item of equipment, that equipment be transferred from annex a.2 to annex a.1 in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 18, and the provisions of article 5 shall apply from the date of the transfer.

Article 8 1) a new ship which, irrespective of the flag the driver, is not registered in a Member State, but must be transferred to a Member State must, when the shipment is inspected by the receiving Member State, in order to check that the equipment's actual characteristics are in accordance with the ship's safety certificates and either complies with the provisions of this directive and bears the mark or, for Member State authorities ' satisfaction corresponds to the equipment, type-approved in accordance with this directive.
2) equipment which does not bear the mark or that the authorities do not find is equivalent, must be replaced.
3) For the equipment, as provided for in this article shall be deemed to be equivalent, a certificate issued by the Member State, which must always accompany the equipment and which gives the flag Member State's permission for the equipment to be placed on board the ship and imposes any restrictions or provisions relating to the use of it.
4) in the case of radiocommunications equipment, the flag State administration shall require that such equipment does not unduly affect the requirements of the radio-frequency spectrum.

Article 9 1) Member States shall notify the Commission and the other Member States of the bodies which they have designated to carry out the procedures referred to in article 10, the specific tasks which those notified bodies have been appointed to carry out and the identification numbers assigned to them beforehand by the Commission in advance. Organizations should send the Member State which intends to empower them, complete information on, and evidence of fulfilment of the criteria set out in Annex C.
2), each Member State shall at least every two years, let the authorities or an impartial external body appointed by the competent authorities, carry out an inspection of the tasks for which the notified bodies carry out on its behalf. These checks shall ensure that the notified body continues to meet the criteria set out in Annex C.
3) A Member State which has designated a notified body shall cancel such designation if it finds that this notified body no longer meets the criteria set out in annex c. It shall immediately inform the Commission and the other Member States thereof.

Article 10 1) conformity assessment procedure described in Annex B, include: i) EC type-examination (module B) and, subsequently, for all equipment, depending on which of the mentioned in annex a.1 options the manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the community chooses, before it is placed on the market, must be issued either: a) an EC declaration of conformity to type (module C) b) an EC declaration of conformity to type (production-quality assurance) (module D) c) a EC declaration of conformity to type (product-quality assurance) (module E) or d) an EC declaration of conformity to type (product verification) (module F), or (ii) EC full-quality assurance) (module H).


2) Declaration of conformity to Type shall be in written form and shall contain the information specified in annex b.
3) in cases where sets of equipment are produced individually or in small quantities and not in series or in mass, may be the EC unit verification (module G) procedure for conformity assessment.
4) the Commission shall keep an up-to-date list of approved equipment and applications withdrawn or refused and puts it at the disposal of the parties concerned.

Article 11 1) On equipment in annex a.1 which complies with the relevant international instruments, which have been produced in accordance with the conformity assessment procedures shall be labelled by the manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the community.
2) Mark followed by the identification number of the notified body which has performed the conformity-assessment procedure, if this body has been involved in the production control phase, and by the last two digits of the year in which the mark was affixed. The identification number of the notified body shall be affixed to the body's responsibility either by the body itself or by the manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the community.
3) mark is shown in annex d.
4) the mark shall be affixed on the equipment or to its data plate in such a way that it is visible, legible and indelible throughout the period, the equipment is expected to be in use. If this is not possible or reasonable, because of the nature of the equipment, the mark shall be affixed on the packaging of the product, to a label or to a leaflet.
5) It is prohibited to affix marks or inscriptions which are likely to mislead third parties as to the meaning or the graphics of the mark referred to in this directive.
6) the mark shall be affixed at the end of the production phase.

Article 12 1) Notwithstanding the provisions of article 6, each Member State shall take the necessary measures to ensure that the sampling is performed on equipment with the label, which can be found on its market, but that has not yet been placed on board a ship, in order to verify that it is in accordance with this directive. Samples that are not provided for in the modules for conformity assessment in Annex B, shall be carried out for the account of the Member.
2) Notwithstanding the provisions of article 6, the authorities of the country whose flag a Community ship, evaluation of equipment installed on board and which comply with the requirements of this directive, if operational performance test on board for safety reasons and/or for the prevention of pollution is required in international instruments, and provided that it has already carried out the conformity assessment procedure is not repeated. The authorities of the flag State may require that the manufacturer of the equipment or his authorised representative established in the community or the person responsible for placing on the market of the equipment in the community, shall submit to the inspection or test reports.

Article 13 1) where a Member State finds, by inspection or otherwise that a piece of equipment referred to in annex a.1 that is properly installed and maintained and used as intended, although it bears the mark, could pose a risk to the crew, passengers, or, where appropriate, other human health and/or security, or to the damage the marine environment, it must take all appropriate provisional measures to remove that equipment from the market or prohibit or restrict that it be placed on the market or to be placed on board a ship for which it issues the safety certificates. The Member State shall immediately inform the other Member States and the Commission thereof and give reasons for its decision and, in particular, whether non-compliance with this directive is due to: (a)) non-compliance with the provisions of article 5, paragraphs 1 and 2, b) incorrect application of the testing standards referred to in article 5(1) and (2), or (c)) that the testing standards are inadequate.
2 the Commission shall initiate as soon as possible) consultation of the parties. If the Commission finds, after such consultations: — the measures are justified, it shall immediately so inform the Member State that took the action and the other Member States thereof; due to the decision referred to in paragraph 1, that the testing standards are insufficient, the Commission shall, if the Member State which has taken the besluningen, maintains this, after consultation of the parties may refer the matter to the Committee referred to in article 18, within two months and the Commission shall initiate the procedure laid down in article 18, – the measures are unjustified, it shall immediately so inform the Member State that took the action and the manufacturer or his authorized representative established within the community thereof.
3) If a piece of equipment bears the mark of the irregular, the Member State which has authority over whomsoever affixed the mark, take appropriate measures; the Member State shall inform the Commission and the other Member States thereof.
4) the Commission shall ensure that Member States are kept informed of the development and outcome of this procedure.

Article 14 derogation from provisions of article 5, the authorities of the flag State under exceptional circumstances of technical innovation may permit equipment which does not comply with the conformity-assessment procedures to be placed on board a Community ship if it by testing or otherwise to the satisfaction of the flag State administration is determined that such equipment is at least as effective as equipment which does comply with the conformity-assessment procedures.

In terms of radiocommunications equipment, the flag State administration shall require that such equipment does not unduly affect the requirements with regard to the radio frequency spectrum.


2) Such test procedures shall in no way discriminate between equipment produced in the flag Member State and equipment produced in other States.
3) equipment covered by this article, supplied by the Member State with a certificate that must accompany it everywhere, and that includes the flag Member State's permission for the equipment to be placed on board the ship and imposes any restrictions or provisions relating to the use of it.
4) If a Member State allows to be placed on board a Community ship of equipment covered by this article, the Member State shall immediately notify to the Commission and the other Member States the details in this connection as well as the reports of all relevant trials, assessments and conformity-assessment procedures.
5) equipment referred to in paragraph 1, this Directive shall be added to annex a.2 in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 18.
6) where a ship with equipment on board which is covered by paragraph 1 shall be transferred to another Member State, the receiving flag Member State to take the necessary measures, which may include tests and practical demonstrations, to ensure that the equipment is at least as effective as equipment which does comply with the conformity-assessment procedures.

Article 15 1) Notwithstanding the provisions of article 5, a flag State authorities for the purpose of testing or assessment allow to be placed on board a Community ship of equipment which does not comply with the conformity procedures or is not covered by article 14, but only if the following conditions are met: a) the equipment must be given with a certificate that must accompany it everywhere, and that includes the flag Member State's permission for that the equipment is placed on board the Community ship and imposes any restrictions or provisions relating to the use of the b) authorisation shall be limited to a short period c) equipment must not be attributed to the same value as the equipment that meets the requirements of this directive and must not replace such equipment, which must remain on board the Community ship in working and ready for immediate use.
2) the Flag State administration shall require that radiocommunication equipment does not unduly affect the requirements of the radio spectrum.

Article 16 1) If equipment needs to be replaced in a port outwith the community and in exceptional circumstances which shall be duly justified to the flag State administration where it is not possible to affix the EC type tested equipment on board within a reasonable period of time, or without incurring unreasonable delays or costs, other equipment may be placed on board in accordance with the following procedure: (a) the equipment must be provided with documentation) which is issued by a recognized organization equivalent to a notified body, if there is concluded an agreement of mutual recognition of such organizations between the community and the third country concerned.
b) should it prove impossible to comply with paragraph 1 (a)), equipment accompanied by documentation issued by a Member State of the IMO which is a party to the relevant conventions, and attesting that the equipment is in compliance with the relevant IMO requirements, may be placed on board, subject to the provisions of paragraphs 2 and 3.
2) the authorities of the Flag State shall immediately be informed of the type of equipment it is all about, with a detailed description of it.
3) the authorities of the Flag State shall, at the earliest opportunity, ensure that the equipment referred to in paragraph 1, as well as its testing documentation, complies with the relevant requirements of the international instruments and of this directive.
4) the Flag State administration shall require that radiocommunication equipment does not unduly affect the requirements of the radio spectrum.

Article 17 this directive may be amended in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 18, paragraph 2, with the following aims: – to apply subsequent amendments of international instruments for the purposes of this directive-to update Annex A, both by adding new equipment and by transferring equipment from annex a.2 to annex a.1 and vice versa-to add the possibility of using modules B + C and module H for equipment which are listed in annex a.1, as well as to change the columns for the conformity assessment modules.
– to include other standardisation organisations in the definition of ' testing standards ' in article 2.

The conventions and testing standards referred to in article 2, subparagraph (c)), d) and (n)) shall apply with the subject of the measures which may be adopted in accordance with article 5 of the European Parliament and of the Council of forordnong (EC) No 2099/2002 of 5. November 2002 establishing a Committee on safe seas and the prevention of pollution from ships (COSS) Article 18 1) the Commission shall be assisted by the Committee on safe seas and the prevention of pollution from Ships established by article 3 of Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 299/2002.
2) where reference is made to this paragraph, articles 5 and 7 of Council decision 1999/468/EC of 28 June 1999. June 1999 laying down the procedures for the exercise of implementing powers conferred on the Commission, in accordance with article 3. its article 8. Period referred to in article 5 (6) of decision 1999/468/EC shall be set at two months.
3) the Committee shall adopt its rules of procedure.

Article 19 the Member States shall afford each other mutual assistance with a view to the effective implementation and enforcement of this directive.
Article 20 1) Member States shall adopt and publish, not later than 30 June. June 1998 the laws, regulations and administrative provisions necessary to comply with this directive.

Member States shall apply these measures from 1 January 2000. January 1999.
The laws and regulations referred to in the first subparagraph must adopt shall contain a reference to this directive or shall be accompanied by such reference publication. The detailed rules for the reference to be determined by the Member States.


2) Member States shall immediately inform the Commission the texts of the provisions of national law which they adopt in the field covered by this directive. The Commission shall inform the other Member States thereof.

Article 21 this Directive shall enter into force on the day of its publication in the official journal of the European Union.
Article 22 this directive is addressed to the Member States.
Done at Brussels, 20 December. December 1996 on behalf of the Council, s. Barrett President refrain from list A 1: Amendment 1 of non-IMO-standard documents (A). 2: Amendment 2 of non-IMO-standard documents AC: Corrigendum to the not-IMO-standard documents CAT: category for radar equipment, see. point 1.3 of IEC 62388 (2007) Circ.: circular COLREG: international regulations for preventing collisions at sea "means the IMO COMSAR Sub-Committee on radiocommunications and search and rescue a: European standard ETSI: European Telecommunications Standards Institute FSS: International Code for Fire Safety Systems (international code for fire safety systems code) FTP: International Code for Application of Fire Test Procedures (international code for application of fire test procedures) HSC : High Speed Craft Code (code for safety of high speed craft) IBC: International Bulk Chemical Code (international code for chemicals in bulk) ICAO: International Civil Aviation Organization, the International Electrotechnical Commission IEC: IMO: International Maritime Organization: the International Organization for Standardization ISO ITU: International Telecommunication union LSA: rescue equipment MARPOL means the International Convention for the prevention of pollution from ships, MEPC: Committee for the protection of the marine environment MSC : Committee for Security on Lake NOx: nitrogen oxides reg.: rule Res.: resolution SOLAS means the International Convention for the safety of life at sea SOx: sulfur oxides.
Annex A 1 Equipment with detailed testing standards already exist in international instruments (A) General comments: in addition to the international testing standards specifically mentioned, contains the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO conventions and a number of provisions, which must be checked during type-examination (type approval) pursuant to the modules for conformity assessment in Annex B.



(B) Column 5: If reference is made to the IMO resolutions, it is a question of testing standards in the relevant parts of the resolutions annex, excluding the provisions of the very resolutions.



(C) Column 5: International conventions and testing standards used in the latest version. For the sake of identifying correctly the relevant standards shall be indicated in the test reports, certificates of conformity and declarations of conformity, which test standard and version used.



(D) Column 5:
There are two sets of testing standards are indicated separated by the word ' or ', meets both sets of all testing requirements in accordance with IMO performance standards; testing under one set is therefore sufficient to demonstrate that the requirements of the relevant international instruments are met. Other separators (comma) indicates, however, that all items in the list are applied.



E Column 6: where module H appears, module H plus design examination certificate means.






(F) the requirements laid down in this annex is without prejudice to the application of requirements to transportations in international conventions.
1. Rescue equipment Notes applicable to section 1: life-saving equipment Column 4: IMO MSC/Circ. 980 should apply, except where reference is made to specific instruments in column 4.
Nr. | Equipment designation | Reg. SOLAS 74, if "type approval" is required | Reg. SOLAS 74 and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO, in its up-to-date version | Testing standards | Modules for conformity assessment |
A. 1/1.1 | Lifebuoys | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/7, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, II, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.2 | Position setting light to the life-saving equipment a) to redningsbådeb) to the rescue kransec) for lifejackets | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/7, Reg. III/22, Reg. III/26, Reg. III/32, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code), IMO Res. II, IV. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70), ISO 24408 (2005). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.3 | Lifebuoys self-activating smoke wreaths | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/7, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, II, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.4 | Life jackets | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/7, Reg. III/22, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, II, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8, IMO MSC/Circ. 922. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.5 | Immersion suits and protective clothing, not classified as lifejackets: insulated or uninsulated | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/7, Reg. III/22, Reg. III/32, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, II, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.6 | Immersion suits and protective suits classified as lifejackets insulated or uninsulated | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/7, Reg. III/22, Reg. III/32, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, II, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.7 | Thermal protective AIDS (TPA) | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/22, Reg. III/32, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, II, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.8 | Parachute signals (pyrotechnics) | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/6, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, III, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.9 | Hand flares (pyrotechnics) | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, III, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.10 | Smoke signals (pyrotechnics) | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, III. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.11 | Line toss appliances | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/18, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, VII, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.12 | Inflatable liferafts | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/13, Reg. III/21, Reg. III/26, Reg. III/31, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, IV, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8, IMO MSC/Circ. 811. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70), ISO 15738 (2002). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.13 | Fixed liferafts | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/21, Reg. III/26, Reg. III/31, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, IV, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8, IMO MSC/Circ. 811. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70), IMO MSC/Circ. 1006. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.14 | Automatically self-righting liferafts | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/26, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, IV, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8, IMO MSC/Circ. 809. Add 1, IMO MSC/Circ. 811. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70), IMO MSC/Circ. 809. Add 1, IMO MSC/Circ. 1006, ISO 15738 (2002). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.15 | Canopied reversible liferafts | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/26, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, annex 10, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, IV, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8, annex 11, IMO MSC/Circ. 809. Add 1, IMO MSC/Circ. 811. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70), IMO MSC/Circ. 809. Add 1, IMO MSC/Circ. 1006, ISO 15738 (2002). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.16 | Hydrostatic trigger apparatus for "float freely up"-liferafts | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3, | Reg. III/13, Reg. III/26, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, IV, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8, IMO MSC/Circ. 811. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.17 | Lifeboats and rescue boats | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/21, Reg. III/31, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, IV, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70), IMO MSC/Circ. 1006. | B + D B + F G |
A. 1/1.18 | Rigid rescue boats | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/21, Reg. III/31, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, V, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70), IMO MSC/Circ. 1006. | B + D B + F G |
A. 1/1.19 | Inflated rescue boats | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/21, Reg. III/31, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, V, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70), ISO 15372 (2000). | B + D B + F G |
A. 1/1.20 | Fast rescue boats | Reg. III/4. | Reg. III/26, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, V, IMO MSC/Circ. 809. Add 1, IMO MSC/Circ. 1016, IMO MSC/Circ. 1094. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70), IMO MSC/Circ. 1006, ISO 15372 (2000). | B + D B + F G |
A. 1/1.21 | Launching appliances using falls davit | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/23, Reg. III/33, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, VI, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/1.22 | "Float free launching appliances | Moved to a. 2/1.3. |
A. 1/1.23 | "Free fall"-launching appliances | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/16, Reg. III/23, Reg. III/33, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, VI, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/1.24 | Launching appliances (davits) liferafts | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/12, Reg. III/16, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, VI, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/1.25 | Launching appliances for fast rescue boats (fast rescue boats) (davits) | Reg. III/4. | Reg. III/26, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, VI, IMO MSC/Circ. 809. Add 1. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/1.26 | Trigger devices for a) lifeboats, ogb) redningsflåderder exposed by wire case | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/16, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, IV, VI, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.27 | Marine Evacuation Systems (MES) | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/15, Reg. III/26, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, VI, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70), ISO 15738 (2002). | B + F G |
A. 1/1.28 | Life-saving appliances | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/26, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, VI, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70), IMO MSC/Circ. 810, ISO 15738 (2002). | B + D B + F |
A. 1/1.29 ex a. 2/1.4 | Embarkation ladders | Reg. III/4, Reg. III/11, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/11, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70), ISO 5489 (2008). | B + D B + F |
A. 1/1.30 | Retro-reflective materials | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. a. 658 (16). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.31 | Two-way VHF radiotelephone for survival craft | Moved to a. 1/5.17 and a. 1/5.18. |
A. 1/1.32 | Vessel's radar transponder SART (9 GHz) | Moved to a. 1/4.18. |
A. 1/1.33 | Radar reflector for lifeboats and rescue boats | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, IV, V, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC. 164 (78). | EN ISO 8729 (1998). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/1.34 | Compass for lifeboats and rescue boats | Moved to a. 1/4.23. |
A. 1/1.35 | Portable fire-extinguishing equipment for lifeboats and rescue boats | Moved to a. 1/3.38. |
A. 1/1.36 | Motor for lifeboat | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) IV, V. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.37 | Motor for lifeboat — outboard motor | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) V. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.38 | Searchlights for use in lifeboats and rescue boats | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, IV, V, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/1.39 | Open reversible liferafts | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, annex 10, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8, annex 11. | IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC, annex 10.97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) Annex 11, ISO 15738 (2002). | B + D B + F |
A. 1/1.40 | Mechanical pilot hoist | Moved to a. 1/4.48. |
A. 1/1.41 | Games for lifeboats and rescue boats | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/16, Reg. III/17, Reg. III/23, Reg. III/24, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, VI, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | IMO Res. MSC 81 (70). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/1.42 | Pilot ladder | Moved to a. 1/4.49. |
2. Marine pollution No. | Equipment designation | MARPOL 73/78, if "type approval" is required | Regulations of MARPOL 73/78 and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO, in its up-to-date version | Testing standards | Modules for conformity assessment |
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 |
A. 1/2.1 | Oil filtering equipment (for an oil content of the effluent not exceeding 15 p.p.m.) | Annex I, Reg. 14. | Annex I, Reg. 14. | IMO Res. MEPC 107 (49). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/2.2 | Oil/water interface detectors | Annex I, Reg. 32. | Annex I, Reg. 32. | IMO Res. MEPC. 5 (XIII). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/2.3 | Oil gauge | Annex I, Reg. 14. | Annex I, Reg. 14. | IMO Res. MEPC 107 (49). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/2.4 | Treatment devices that attach to the existing oil/water-treatment plants (oil content exceeding 15 p.p.m.) | Intentionally not completed. |
A. 1/2.5 | System for monitoring and control of oil spills from oil tanker | Annex I, Reg. 31. | Annex I, Reg. 31. | IMO Res. MEPC. 108 (49). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/2.6 | Wastewater treatment | Annex IV, Reg. 9. | Annex IV, Reg. 9. | IMO Res. MEPC. 2 (VI). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/2.7 | Incinerators on board | Annex VI, Reg. 16. | Annex VI, Reg. 16. | IMO Res. MEPC. 76 (40). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/2.8 ex a. 2/2.1 | Installations on board for monitoring and recording of NOx | Annex VI reg. 13, NOx Technical code. | Annex VI reg. 13, NOx Technical code. | IMO Res. MEPC. 103 (49). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/1.8 ex a. 2/2.4 | Other technological methods to limit SOx emissions | Annex VI, Reg. 14. | Annex VI, Reg. 14. | IMO Res. MEPC. 170 (57). | B + D B + E B + F G |
3. Fire-fighting equipment No. | Equipment designation | Reg. SOLAS 74, if "type approval" is required | Reg. SOLAS 74 and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO, in its up-to-date version | Testing standards | Modules for conformity assessment |
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 |
A. 1/3.1 | Primary deck coverings | Reg. II-2/4, Reg. II-2/6, Reg. X/3. | Reg. II-2/4, Reg. II-2/6, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 2 and 6, and annex 2, IMO MSC/Circ. 1120. | B + D |
A. 1/3.2 | Portable fire-extinguishers | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 4. | Reg. II-2/4, Reg. II-2/10, Reg. II-2/19, Reg. II-2/20, IMO Res. a. 951 (23), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 4, IMO MSC/Circ. 1239, IMO MSC/Circ. 1275. | A 3-6 (1995), Inc. A.1 (1999), EN 3-7 (2004), incl. A. 1 (2007), a 3-8 (2006), Inc. AC (2007), a 3-9 (2006), Inc. AC (2007). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.3 | Outfit: protective clothing (close encounter with fire) | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 3. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 3. | A 4,692,005 (2006), Inc. A. 1 (2006) and AC (2006), a 531 (1995), Inc. A. 1 (1998), EN 1486 (2007). Or ISO 15538 (2001). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.4 | Outfit: boots | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 3. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 3. | EN ISO 20344 (2004), incl. A. 1 (2007) and AC (2005), EN ISO 20345 (2004), incl. A. 1 (2007) and AC (2007). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.5 | Outfit: gloves | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 3. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 3. | A 659 (2003), Inc. A. 1 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.6 | Outfit: helmet | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 3. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 3. | A 443 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3 | Breathing apparatus with compressed air (compact) Note: for use in the event of accidents with dangerous goods required that mesh with excess pressure. | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 3. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 3. | A 136 (1998), Inc. AC (1999) and AC (2003), a 137 (2006). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.8 | Breathing apparatus with compressed air (with hose) | Reg. X/3. Note: This equipment is not included in the new rules in the Cape. II-2 (IMO Res. MSC. 99 (73)) or FSS Code (IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)). | IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7. | EN 14593-1 (2005), EN 14593-2 (2005), EN 14594 (2005). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.9 | Components for sprinkler systems for use in the accommodation and service spaces and control stations in accordance with reg. SOLAS 74 reg. II-2/12 (only nozzles and their performance). | Reg. II-2/7, Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 8. | Reg. II-2/7, Reg. II-2/9, Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 8. | IMO Res. a.800 (19). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/3.10 ex a. 2/3.11 | Nozzles for fixed pressure fire extinguishing systems for machinery and cargo pump rooms | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 7. | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 7. | IMO MSC/Circ. 1165. | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/3.11 | Fire resistant class "A" and "B" class divisions a) class "A"-inddelingerb) class "B" class divisions | Class "A": Reg. URII-2/3.2.Klasse "B": Reg. II-2/3.4. | Reg. II-2/9, ogKlasse "A": Reg. URII-2/3.2.Klasse "B": Reg. II-2/3.4. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 3, and annex 2, IMO MSC/Circ. 1120. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.12 | Devices which prevent the fire spreading to the cargo tanks in oil tankers | Reg. II-2/4, Reg. II-2/16. | Reg. II-2/4, Reg. II-2/16. | EN 12874 (2001), ISO 15364 (2007), IMO MSC/Circ. 677, IMO MSC/Circ. 1009. | B + F |
A. 1/3.13 | Incombustible materials | Reg. II-2/3, Reg. X/3. | Reg. II-2/3, Reg. II-2/5, Reg. II-2/9, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 1, IMO MSC/Circ. 1120. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.14 | Materials other than steel for pipes passing through class "A" and "B" class divisions | Included in a. 1/3.26 and a. 1/3.27. |
A. 1/3.15 | Materials other than steel for pipes conveying oil or fuel oil a) pipes and fittingsb) ventilerc) flexible pipe joints | Reg. II-2/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. II-2/4, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 10, 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, 10, IMO MSC/Circ. 1120. | IMO Res. a. 753 (18), ISO 15540 (1999), Inc. Corrigendum 1 (1999), ISO 15541 (1999). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.16 | Fire doors | Reg. II-2/9. | Reg. II-2/9. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 3, IMO MSC/Circ. 1120, IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1273. | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/3.17 | Components for manoeuvring systems for fire doors. Note: where the term "components to systems" used in column 2, it can mean that a single component, a group of components or a whole system must be tested to ensure that international standards are met. | Reg. II-2/9, Reg. X/3. | Reg. II-2/9, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 4. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.18 | Surface materials and deck coverings with low flame-spread characteristics a) veneers for udsmykningb) malingssystemerc) dæksbelægningerd) surfaces of rørisolationere) adhesives used in class "B" and "C"-inddelingerf) flammable channels | Reg. II-2/3, Reg. II-2/5, Reg. II-2/6, Reg. II-2/9, Reg. X/3. | Reg. II-2/3, Reg. II-2/5, Reg. II-2/6, Reg. II-2/9, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO MSC/Circ. 1120. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 2 and 5, and annex 2, IMO MSC/Circ. 1120, ISO 1716 (2002). Note: If the surface material must have a certain maximum calorific value, this is measured in accordance with ISO 1716. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.19 | Draperies, curtains and other suspended textile materials and woven | Reg. II-2/3, Reg. II-2/9, Reg. X/3. | Reg. II-2/3, Reg. II-2/9, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 7, IMO MSC/Circ. 1120. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.20 | Upholstered furniture | Reg. II-2/3, Reg. II-2/5, Reg. II-2/9, Reg. X/3. | Reg. II-2/3, Reg. II-2/5, Reg. II-2/9, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 8, IMO MSC/Circ. 1120. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.21 | Bedding | Reg. II-2/3, Reg. II-2/9, Reg. X/3. | Reg. II-2/3, Reg. II-2/9, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 9, IMO MSC/Circ. 1120. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.22 | Fire dampers | Reg. II-2/9. | Reg. II-2/9. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 3, IMO MSC/Circ. 1120. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.23 | Non-combustible penetrations for pipe, duct, trunk, etc. through class "A" class divisions | Moved to a. 1/3.26. |
A. 1/3.24 | Penetrations of electric cables through class "A" class divisions | Moved to a. 1/3.26. |
A. 1/3.25 | Windows and sidescuttles in fire class "A" and "B" | Reg. II-2/9. | Reg. II-2/9, IMO MSC/Circ. 847, IMO MSC/Circ. 1120. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 3, IMO MSC/Circ. 1120, IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1203. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.26 | Penetrations through "A" class divisions a) electric cable transits, b) penetrations for pipe, duct, trunk, etc. | Reg. II-2/9. | Reg. II-2/9, IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1276. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 3, IMO MSC/Circ. 1120. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.27 | Penetrations through "B" class divisions a) electric cable transits, b) penetrations for pipe, duct, trunk, etc. | Reg. II-2/9. | Reg. II-2/9. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 3, IMO MSC/Circ. 1120. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.28 | Sprinkler systems (limited to sprinkler heads) | Reg. II-2/7, Reg. II-2/10. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 8. | ISO 6182-1 (2004). Or EN 12259-1 (1999), Inc. A. 1 (2001), a. 2 (2004) and a. 3 (2006). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.29 | Fire hoses | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7. | A 14540 (2004), incl. A. 1 (2007). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.30 | Portable oxygen analysis and gas detection equipment equipment | Reg. II-2/4, Reg. VI/3. | Reg. II-2/4, Reg. VI/3, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 15. | EN 60945 (2002), IEC 60092-504 (2001), IEC 60533 (1999), and for: a) Category 1: (safe area) a 50104 (2002), Inc. A. 1 (2004) oxygen, EN 60079-29-1 (2007) b) Category 2: (with potentially explosive gas atmospheres) an 50104 (2002), Inc. A. 1 (2004) oxygen, EN 60079-1 (2007), IEC 60079-0 (2004), IEC 60079-1 (2007), IEC 60079-10 (2002), IEC 60079-11 (2006), IEC 60079-15 (2005), IEC 60079-26 (2006). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.31 | Nozzles for fixed sprinkler systems for high speed craft | Reg. X/3. | IMO MSC/Circ 912, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7. | IMO Res. MSC. 44 (65). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/3.32 | Fire restricting materials (except furniture) for high speed craft | Reg. X/3. | IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 10. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.33 | Fire restricting materials for furniture for high speed craft | Reg. X/3. | IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 10. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.34 | Fire resisting divisions for high speed craft | Reg. X/3. | IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 11. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.35 | Fire doors on high speed craft | Reg. X/3. | IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 11. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.36 | Fire dampers on board high-speed craft | Reg. X/3. | IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO MSC/Circ. 1120. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 11. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.37 | Penetrations through fire resisting divisions on high speed craft a) electric cable transits, b) penetrations for pipe, duct, trunk, etc. | Reg. X/3. | IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 11. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.38 | Portable fire-extinguishing equipment for lifeboats and rescue boats | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3. | Reg. III/34, IMO Res. a. 951 (23), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, IV, V, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | A 3-6 (1995), Inc. A.1 (1999), EN 3-7 (2004), incl. A. 1 (2007), a 3-8 (2006), Inc. AC (2007). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.39 | Nozzles for equivalent water mist fire extinguishing systems for machinery and cargo pump rooms | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 7. | IMO MSC/Circ. 1165. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.40 | Low-placed ledelys (low-location lighting systems) (only components) | Reg. II-2/13, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 11. | Reg. II-2/13, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 11. | IMO Res. a.752 (18). Or ISO 15370 (2001). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/3.41 | Emergency escape breathing devices | Reg. II-2/13. | Reg. II-2/13, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 3, IMO MSC/Circ. 849. | A 402 (2003), EN 1146 (2005), EN 13794 (2002), ISO 23269-1 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.42 | Components for plants for inert gas | Reg. II-2/4. | Reg. II-2/4, IMO Res. a. 567 (14), IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 15, IMO MSC/Circ. 353, IMO MSC/Circ. 387, IMO MSC/Circ. 485, IMO MSC/Circ. 731, IMO MSC/Circ. 1120. | IMO MSC/Circ. 353, IMO MSC/Circ. 387, IMO MSC/Circ. 450, Rev. 1, IMO MSC/Circ. 485, IMO MSC/Circ. 731. | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/3.43 | Nozzles for fire extinguishing installations for deep-fat friers (automatic or manual) | Reg. II-2/1, Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3. | Reg. II-2/1, Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7. | ISO 15371 (2000). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/3.44 | Outfit — lifeline | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 3. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 3. | IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 1, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 3. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.45 | Components (turn off the Mediterranean, main valves and nozzles) to the equivalent fixed gas fire extinguishing systems fire closing gases in machinery spaces and cargo pump rooms | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 5. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 5, IMO MSC/Circ. 848. | IMO MSC/Circ. 848, IMO MSC/Circ. 1.1267. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.46 | Equivalent fixed gas fire extinguishing systems fire closing air for machinery spaces (aerosol systems) | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 5. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 5. | IMO MSC/Circ. 1.1270. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.47 | Concentrate for fixed high expansion foam fire-extinguishing systems in machinery spaces and cargo pump rooms Note: The fixed high expansion foam fire-extinguishing systems in machinery spaces and cargo pump rooms must still be tested with the approved concentrate to the satisfaction of the administration. | Reg. II-2/10. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 6, IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1239. | IMO MSC/Circ. 670. | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/3.48 | Components for fixed local water-based fire-fighting systems for use in category A machinery spaces (nozzles and performance test) | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7. | IMO MSC/Circ. 913, IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1276. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.49 ex a. 2/3.2 | Nozzles for fixed pressure fire extinguishing systems for special category spaces, ro-ro cargo spaces, other ro-ro spaces and vogndæksrum | Reg. II-2/19, Reg. II-2/20, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 7. | Reg. II-2/19, Reg. II-2/20, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 7. | IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1272. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.50 | Chemical suits | Moved to a. 2/3.9. |
A. 1/3.51 | Components for fixed fire detection and fire alarm system to control stations, service spaces, accommodation spaces, machinery spaces and with balconies and unattended | Reg. II-2/7, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 9. | Reg. II-2/7.2.2, Reg. II-2/7.4, Reg. II-2/7.4.1, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 9, IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1242. | Control and indicating equipment. Electrical equipment on board ships: a 54-2 (1997), Inc. AC (1999) and a. 1 (2006). Power supply: a 54-4 (1997), Inc. AC (1999), a.1 (2002) and a. 2 (2006). Heat detectors — point detectors: a 54-5 (2000), Inc. A. 1 (2002). Smoke detectors — point detectors, which work by light scattering, light transmission or ionization: a 54-7 (2000), Inc. A. 1 (2002) and a. 2 (2006). Flame detectors — point detectors: a 54-10 (2002), Inc. A. 1 (2005). Manual alarm push: a 54-11 (2001), Inc. A. 1 (2005). And where appropriate, electrical and electronic equipment on board ships: IEC 60092-504 (2001), IEC 60533 (1999). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.52 | Non-portable and transportable extinguishers | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 4. | Reg. II-2/4, Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 4. | An 1866 (1998), an 1866-1 (2007). Or ISO 11601 (1999). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.53 | Alarm devices | Reg. II-2/7, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 9. | Reg. II-2/7, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 9. | Acoustic alarm givers a 54-3 (2001), Inc. A. 1 (2002) and a. 2 (2006), IEC 60092-504 (2001), IEC 60533 (1999). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.54 | Fixed equipment for oxygen analysis and gas detection equipment | Reg. II-2/4, Reg. VI/3. | Reg. II-2/4, Reg. VI/3, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 15. | EN 60945 (2002), IEC 60092-504 (2001), IEC 60533 (1999), and: (a)) grade 4: (safe area) a 50104 (2002), Inc. A. 1 (2004) oxygen, b) Category 3: (with potentially explosive gas atmospheres) an 50104 (2002), Inc. A. 1 (2004) oxygen, EN 60079-29-1 (2007). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.55 ex a. 2/3.4 | Type nozzles (spray/jet type) | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7. | A 15182-1 (2007), a 15182-3 (2007). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.56 ex a. 2/3.14 | Fire hoses (hose win) | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | En 671-1 (2001), Inc. AC (2002). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.57 ex a. 2/3.28 | Means of expandable foam fire extinguishing systems components — fixed foam fire-extinguishing systems on tanker deck protection | Reg. II-2/10. | Reg. II-2/10.8.1, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 14, IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1239, IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1276. | IMO MSC/Circ. 798. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.58 ex a. 2/3.29 | Fixed low expansion foam fire extinguishing systems components for machinery spaces and tanker deck protection protection | Reg. II-2/10. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 6, 14, IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1239, IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1276. | IMO MSC/Circ. 582, Inc. Corrigendum 1. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.35 ex a. 2/3.30 | Foam for fixed fire-fighting installations on chemical tankers | IMO Res. MSC. 4 (48)-(IBC Code). | IMO Res. MSC. 4 (48)-(IBC Code). | IMO MSC/Circ. 553, IMO MSC/Circ. 582, IMO MSC/Circ. 799. | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/3.60 (new item) | Nozzles for fixed pressure fire extinguishing systems for balconies | Reg. II-2/10. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 7. | IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1268. | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/3.61 (new item) | High expansion foam fire-extinguishing systems for protection of machinery spaces and cargo pump rooms | Reg. II-2/10. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 6. | IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1271. | B + D B + E B + F |
4. Navigation equipment Notes applicable to section 4: Navigation equipment Column 5: where reference is made to EN 61162 series or IEC 61162 series, is the equipment's intended design determines which of the standards in a 61162 series or IEC 61162 series to be used.
Nr. | Equipment designation | Reg. SOLAS 74, if "type approval" is required | Reg. SOLAS 74 and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO, in its up-to-date version | Testing standards | Modules for conformity assessment |
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 |
A. 1/4.1 | Magnetic compass | Reg. V/18. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 382 (X), IMO Res. a. 694 (17). | EN ISO 449 (1999), EN ISO 694 (2001), ISO 1069 (1973), ISO 2269 (1992), EN 60945 (2002). Or ISO 449 (1997), ISO 694 (2000), ISO 1069 (1973), ISO 2269 (1992), IEC 60945 (2002). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.2 | Transmitting heading device THD (magnetic method) | Reg. V/18, Reg. V/19, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 116 (73). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, ISO 22090-2 (2004), incl. Corrigendum 2005. Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, ISO 22090-2 (2004), incl. Corrigendum 2005. | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.3 | Gyro compass | Reg. V/18. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 424 (XI), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | EN ISO 8728 (1998), EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or ISO 8728 (1997), IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.4 | Radar equipment | Moved to (A) 1/1/4.35 4.34, a. and a. 1/4.36. |
A. 1/4.5 | ARPA | Moved to a. 1/4.34. |
A. 1/4.6 | Sonar equipment | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 224 (VII), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 74 (69) Annex 4, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | EN ISO 9875 (2001), EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or ISO 9875 (2000), IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.7 | Device for speed and distance (SDME) | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 824 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 96 (72), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61023 (2007), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61023 (2007), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.8 | Rudder indicator, screw rpm-and screw the rate indicator | Moved to (A) 1/1/4.21 4.20, a. and a. 1/4.22. |
A. 1/4.9 ex a. 2/4.26 | Spin speed indicator | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 526 (13), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, ISO 20672 (2007), IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, ISO 20672 (2007), IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.10 | Radio spot | Intentionally not completed. |
A. 1/4.11 | LORAN C-equipment | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 818 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61075 (1993), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61075 (1991), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.12 | Chayka equipment | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 818 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61075 (1993), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61075 (1991), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.13 | The Decca system | Intentionally not completed. |
A. 1/4.14 | GPS equipment | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 112 (73), IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61108-1 (2003), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61108-1 (2003), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.15 | GLONASS equipment | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 113 (73), IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61108-2 (1998), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61108-2 (1998), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.16 | Rate control system — HCS (formerly autopilot) | Reg. V/18. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 342 (IX), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC. 64 (67) Annex 3, IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | EN ISO 11674 (2001), EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or ISO 11674 (2000), IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.17 | Mechanical pilot hoist | Moved to a. 1/1.40. |
A. 1/4.18 | Vessel's radar transponder SART (9 GHz) | Reg. III/4, Reg. IV/14, Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. III/6, Reg. IV/7, IMO Res. a. 530 (13), IMO Res. a. 802 (19), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8, 14, ITU-R m. 628-3 (11/93). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61097-1 (2007). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61097-1 (2007). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.19 | Radar equipment for high-speed craft | Moved to a. 1/4.37. |
A. 1/4.20 ex a. 2/4.27 | Rudder indicator | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 526 (13), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | EN 60945 (2002), ISO 20673 (2007), IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), ISO 20673 (2007), IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.21 ex a. 2/4.28 | Screw rotation indicator | Reg. V/18. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | EN 60945 (2002), ISO 22554 (2007), IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), ISO 22554 (2007), IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/2 ex a./4.22 4.29 | Screw the rate indicator | Reg. V/18. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | EN 60945 (2002), ISO 22555 (2007), IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), ISO 22555 (2007), IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.23 | Compass for lifeboats and rescue boats | Reg. III/4, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) IV, V, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 13.97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8, 13. | EN ISO 613 (2001), ISO 10316 (1990). Or ISO 613 (2000), ISO 10316 (1990). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.24 | ARPA for high speed craft | Moved to a. 1/4.37. |
A. 1/4.25 | Automatic track function (ATA) | Moved to a. 1/4.35. |
A. 1/4.26 | ATA for high speed craft | Moved to a. 1/4.38. |
A. 1/4.27 | Electronic plotting facility (EPA) | Moved to a. 1/4.36. |
A. 1/4.28 | Integrated bridge system | Moved to a. 2/4.30. |
A. 1/4.29 | Black boxes (Voyage Data Recorder — VDR) | Reg. V/18, Reg. V/20, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/20, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 861 (20), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 214 (81), IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, IEC compliance-1 (2007-11), IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, IEC compliance-1 (2007-11), IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.30 | Electronic chart display and information system (ECDIS) with reserve facilities, and Raster Chart Display System (RCDS) | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 817 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 64 (67), IMO Res. MSC. 86 (70), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79), IMO Res. MSC. 232 (82). (ECDIS-reserve facility and RCDS are only relevant if this functionality is built into the ECDIS system. It is stated in module B certificate whether the test has included these options.) | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, EN 61174 (2001-12), IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, IEC 61174 (2008), IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.31 | Gyro compass for high speed craft | Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 821 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | ISO 16328 (2001), EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or ISO 16328 (2001), IEC 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.32 | Universal automatic identification system (AIS) | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 74 (69), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79), ITU-R m. 1371-3 (2007). Note: ITU-R m.1371-3 (2007), annex 3, shall apply only to the extent required in IMO Res. MSC. 74 (69). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, EN 61993-2 (2001), IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, IEC 61993-2 (2001), IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.33 | Track control system (track control system) (who works at the ship's speed from minimum manoeuvring speed to 30 knots) | Reg. V/18. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC. 74 (69). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, EN 62065 (2002). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62065 (2002). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.34 | Radar equipment, CAT 1 | Reg. V/18. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 278 (VIII), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 823 (19), IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79), IMO Res. MSC. 192 (79), ITU-R m. 628-3 (11/93), ITU-R m. 1177-3 (06/03). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008), a 62388 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008), IEC 62388 ed. 1.0 (2007). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.35 | Radar equipment, CAT 2 | Reg. V/18. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 278 (VIII), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79), IMO Res. MSC. 192 (79), ITU-R m. 628-3 (11/93), ITU-R m. 1177-3 (06/03). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008), a 62388 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008), IEC 62388 ed. 1.0 (2007). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.36 | Radar equipment, CAT 3 | Reg. V/18. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 278 (VIII), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79), IMO Res. MSC. 192 (79), ITU-R m. 628-3 (11/93), ITU-R m. 1177-3 (06/03). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008), a 62388 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008), IEC 62388 ed. 1.0 (2007). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.37 | Radar equipment for high-speed craft (CAT, CAT and CAT 3 h 2 h 1 h) | Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | IMO Res. a. 278 (VIII), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 820 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79), IMO Res. MSC. 192 (79), ITU-R m. 628-3 (11/93), ITU-R m. 1177-3 (06/03). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008), a 62388 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008), IEC 62388 ed. 1.0 (2007). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.38 | Radar equipment authorised for use with marine charts (CAT 1HC, CAT and CAT 3HC 2HC) | Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | IMO Res. a. 278 (VIII), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 820 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79), IMO Res. MSC. 192 (79), ITU-R m. 628-3 (11/93), ITU-R m. 1177-3 (06/03). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008), a 62388 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008), IEC 62388 ed. 1.0 (2007). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.39 | Radar reflector | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 164 (78). | EN ISO 8729 (1998), EN 60945 (2002). Or ISO 8729 (1997), IEC 60945 (2002). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.40 | HCS for high speed craft | Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 822 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | ISO 16329 (2003), EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or ISO 16329 (2003), IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.41 | Transmitting heading device THD () (GNSS method) | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 116 (73), IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | ISO 22090-3 (2004), EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or, ISO 22090-3 (2004), IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.42 | Searchlight for high speed craft | Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | ISO 17884 (2004), EN 60945 (2002). Or ISO 17884 (2004), IEC 60945 (2002). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.43 | Optical equipment for use in the dark for high speed craft | Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 94 (72), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | ISO 16273 (2003), EN 60945 (2002). Or ISO 16273 (2003), IEC 60945 (2002). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.44 | Differential receiver for DGPS and DGLONASS equipment | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 114 (73). | EN 60945 (2002), IEC 61108-4 (2004), EN 61162 series. Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61108-4 (2004), IEC 61162 series. | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.45 ex a. 2/4.21 | Hydrographic facilities for ship's radar | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 817 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 64 (67), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79), IMO Res. MSC. 192 (79). | EN 60936-3 (2002), EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008), a 62388 (2008). Or IEC 60936-3 (2002), IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008), IEC 62388 ed. 1.0 (2007). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/5.19 | Transmitting heading device THD (), gyroscope-based | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 116 (73). | ISO 22090-1 (2002), EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series. Or, ISO 22090-1 (2002) Inc. Korr. 1 (2005), IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series. | B + D B + E B + F G |
A.1./4.47 | Simplified Voyage Data Recorder (S-VDR) | Reg. V/20. | Reg. V/20, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC. 163 (78), IMO Res. MSC. 214 (81), IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, EN no 61996-2 (2008), IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, IEC no 61996-2 (2007), IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.48 ex a. 1/1.40 | Mechanical pilot hoist | Reg. V/23. | Reg. V/23, IMO Res. a. 889 (21), IMO MSC/Circ. 773. | IMO Res. a. 889 (21). | B + D B + E B + F |
A. 1/4.49 ex a. 1/1.42 | Pilot ladder | Reg. V/23, Reg. X/3. | Reg. V/23, IMO Res. a. 889 (21), IMO MSC/Circ. 773. | IMO Res. a. 889 (21), ISO 799 (2004). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.50 (new item) | DGPS equipment | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 114 (73), IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | EN 60945 (2002), IEC 61108-1 (2003), IEC 61108-4 (2004), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61108-1 (2003), IEC 61108-4 (2004), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/4.51 (new item) | DGLONASS equipment | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 114 (73), IMO Res. MSC. 191 (79). | EN 60945 (2002), IEC 61108-2 (1998), IEC 61108-4 (2004), EN 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61108-2 (1998), IEC 61108-4 (2004), IEC 61162 series, IEC 62288 ed. 1.0 (2008). | B + D B + E B + F G |
5. Radiocommunication equipment Notes applicable to section 5: radiocommunication equipment Column 5: in the event of a conflict between the requirements of IMO MSC/Circ.862 and testing standards for the product are requirements of IMO MSC/Circ. 862 applicable.
Where reference is made to EN 61162 series or IEC 61162 series, is the equipment's intended design determines which of the standards in a 61162 series or IEC 61162 series to be used.
Nr. | Equipment designation | Reg. SOLAS 74, if "type approval" is required | Reg. SOLAS 74 and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO, in its up-to-date version | Testing standards | Modules for conformity assessment |
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 |
A. 1/5.1 | VHF radio installations capable of transmitting and receiving DSC and radiotelephony | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14. | Reg. IV/7, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. a. 385 (X), IMO Res. a. 524 (13), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 803 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14, IMO MSC/Circ. 862, IMO COMSAR Circ. 32, ITU-R m. 489-2 (10/95), ITU-R M 493-12 (03/07), ITU-R M 541-8 (10/97), ITU-R m. 689-2 (11/93). | ETSI ETS 300 162-1 v1.4.1 (2005-05), ETSI EN 300 338 v1.2.1 (1999-04), ETSI EN 300 828 v1.1.1 (1998-03), ETSI EN 301 925 v1.1.1 (2002-09), EN 60945 (2002), IEC 61097-3 (1994), IEC 61097-7 (1996), EN 61162 series, IMO MSC/Circ.862. | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/5.2 | VHF DSC watch receiver | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14. | Reg. IV/7, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 803 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14, IMO COMSAR Circ. 32, ITU-R m. 489-2 (10/95), ITU-R M 493-12 (03/07), ITU-R M 541-8 (10/97). | ETSI EN 300 338 v1.2.1 (1999-04), ETSI EN 300 828 v1.1.1 (1998-03), ETSI EN 301 033 v1.2.1 (2005-05), EN 60945 (2002), IEC 61097-3 (1994), IEC 61097-8 (1998). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/5.3 | NAVTEX receiver | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14. | Reg. IV/7, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 148 (77), IMO COMSAR Circ. 32, ITU-R m. 540-2 (06/90), ITU-R m. 625-3 (10/95). | ETSI EN 300 065-1 v1.1.3 (2005-5), ETSI EN 301 011 v1.1.1 (1998-09), EN 60945 (2002), IEC 61097-6 (2005-12). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/5.4 | EGC receiver | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14. | Reg. IV/7, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. a. 570 (14), IMO Res. a. 664 (16), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14, IMO COMSAR Circ. 32. | ETSI ETS 300 460 ed. 1 (1996-05), ETSI ETS 300 460/A1 (1997-11), ETSI EN 300 829 v1.1.1 (1998-03), EN 60945 (2002), IEC 61097-4 (1994). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/5.5 | HF MSI equipment (HF nbdp receiver) | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14. | Reg. IV/7, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 699 (17), IMO Res. a. 700 (17), IMO Res. a. 806 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14, IMO COMSAR Circ. 32, ITU-R m. 491-1 (07/86), ITU-R m. 492-6 (10/95), ITU-R m. 540-2 (06/90), ITU-R m. 625-3 (10/95), ITU-R m. 688 (06/90). | ETSI ETS 300 067 ed. 1 (1990-11), ETSI ETS 300 067/A1 ed. 1 (1993-10), EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series. | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/5.6 | 406 MHz EPIRB (Cospas-Sarsat) | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14. | Reg. IV/7, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. a. 662 (16), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 696 (17), IMO Res. a. 810 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14, IMO MSC/Circ. 862, IMO COMSAR Circ. 32, ITU-R m. 633-2 (05/00), ITU-R m. 690-1 (10/95). | ETSI EN 300 066 v1.3.1 (2001-01), EN 60945 (2002), IEC 61097-2 (2002), IMO MSC/Circ. 862. Note: IMO MSC/Circ.862 is applicable only to the optional remote activation device, not to the EPIRB itself. | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/5.7 | L-band EPIRB (Inmarsat)-| Intentionally not completed. |
A. 1/5.8 | 2 182 kHz watch receiver | Intentionally not completed. |
A. 1/5.9 | Two tone alarm generator | Intentionally not completed. |
A. 1/5.10 | MF radio installations capable of transmitting and receiving DSC and radiotelephony Bmærk: requirements for item and transmission on H3E are in line with IMO and ITU decisions no longer applicable in the testing standards themselves. | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14. | Reg. IV/9, Reg. IV/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 804 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14, IMO COMSAR Circ. 32, ITU-R M 493-12 (03/07), ITU-R M 541-8 (10/97). | ETSI EN 300 338 v1.2.1 (1999-04), ETSI ETS 300 373-1 v1.2.1 (2002-10), EN 60945 (2002), IEC 61097-3 (1994), IEC 61097-9 (1997), EN 61162 series, IMO MSC/Circ.862. | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/5.11 | MF DSC watch receiver | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14. | Reg. IV/9, Reg. IV/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 804 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14, IMO COMSAR Circ. 32, ITU-R M 493-12 (03/07), ITU-R M 541-8 (10/97), ITU-R m. 1173 (10/95). | ETSI EN 300 338 v1.2.1 (1999-04), ETSI EN 301 033 v1.2.1 (2005-05), EN 60945 (2002), IEC 61097-3 (1994), IEC 61097-8 (1998). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/5.12 | Inmarsat-B SES | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14. | Reg. IV/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. a. 570 (14), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 808 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14, IMO MSC/Circ. 862, IMO COMSAR Circ. 32. | EN 60945 (2002), IEC 61097-10 (1999), IMO MSC/Circ 862. | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/5.13 | Inmarsat-C SES | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14. | Reg. IV/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. a. 570 (14), IMO Res. a. 664 (16), (applies only if the Inmarsat C SES-equipped have EGC functions), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 807 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14, IMO MSC/Circ. 862, IMO COMSAR Circ. 32. | ETSI ETS 300 460 ed. 1 (1996-05), ETSI ETS 300 460/A1 (1997-11), ETSI EN 300 829 v1.1.1 (1998-03), EN 60945 (2002), IEC 61097-4 (2007), EN 61162 series, IMO MSC/Circ.862. | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/5.14 | MF/HF radio installations which can transmit and receive DSC, nbdp and radiotelephony Note: the requirements for two tone alarm generator and transmission on A3H-is in line with IMO and ITU decisions no longer applicable in the testing standards themselves. | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14. | Reg. IV/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 806 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14, IMO MSC/Circ. 862, IMO COMSAR Circ. 32, ITU-R m. 476-5 (10/95), ITU-R m. 491-1 (07/86), ITU-R m. 492-6 (10/95), ITU-R M 493-12 (03/07), ITU-R M 541-8 (10/97), ITU-R m. 625-3 (10/95), ITU-R m. 1173 (10/95). | ETSI ETS 300 067 ed. 1 (1990-11), ETSI ETS 300 067/A1 ed. 1 (1993-10), ETSI EN 300 338 v1.2.1 (1999-04), ETSI ETS 300 373-1 v1.2.1 (2002-10), EN 60945 (2002), IEC 61097-3 (1994), IEC 61097-9 (1997), EN 61162 series, IMO MSC/Circ.862. | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/5.15 | MF/HF DSC watch receiver | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14. | Reg. IV/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 806 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14, IMO COMSAR Circ. 32, ITU-R M 493-12 (03/07), ITU-R M 541-8 (10/97). | ETSI EN 300 338 v1.2.1 (1999-04), ETSI EN 301 033 v1.2.1 (2005-05), EN 60945 (2002), IEC 61097-3 (1994), IEC 61097-8 (1998). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/5.16 | Aeronautical two way VHF radio installations | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14. | Reg. IV/7, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 80 (70), IMO COMSAR Circ. 32, ICAO Convention, annex 10, Radio Regulations. | ETSI EN 301 688 v1.1.1 (2000-07), EN 60945 (2002). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/5.17 | Portable two-way VHF radiotelephone for survival craft | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14. | Reg. III/6, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 809 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8, 14, IMO Res. MSC. 149 (77), ITU-R m. 489-2 (10/95), ITU-R m. 542.1 (07/82). | ETSI EN 300 225 v1.4.1 (2004-12), EN 300 828 v1.1.1 (1998-03), EN 60945 (2002), IEC 61097-12 (1996). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A. 1/5.18 | Fixed two-way VHF radiotelephone for survival craft | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14. | Reg. III/6, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 809 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8, 14, ITU-R m. 489-2 (10/95). | ETSI EN 301 466 v1.1.1 (2000-11), EN 60945 (2002), IEC 61097-12 (1996). | B + D B + E B + F G |
A1/5.19 | Inmarsat-F SES | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14. | Reg. IV/10, IMO Res. a. 570 (14), IMO Res. a. 808 (19), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 14, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 14, IMO MSC/Circ. 862, IMO COMSAR Circ. 32. | EN 60945 (2002), IEC 61097-13 (2003), IMO MSC/Circ. 862. | B + D B + E B + F G |
6. Equipment required under COLREG 72 Nr. | Equipment designation | Reg. COLREG 72, if "type approval" is required | Reg. COLREG and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO, in its up-to-date version | Testing standards | Modules for conformity assessment |
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 |
A. 1/6.1 | Lights | COLREG, annex I/14. | Annex I/14, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC. 253 (83). | EN 14744 (2005) Inc. AC (2007), EN 60945 (2002). Or a 14744 (2005) Inc. AC (2007), IEC 60945 (2002). | B + D B + E B + F G |
"" annex a. 2 EQUIPMENT without TESTING STANDARDS in the INTERNATIONAL INSTRUMENTS 1. Life-saving equipment Column 4: IMO MSC/Circ. 980 should apply, except where reference is made to specific instruments in column 4.
Nr. | Equipment designation | Reg. SOLAS 74, if "type approval" is required | Regulations of SOLAS 74 and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO, in its up-to-date version | Testing standards | Modules for conformity assessment |
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 |
A. 2/1.1 | Radar reflectors for liferafts | Reg. III/4, Reg. III/34, Reg. X/3. | IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code). | | |
A. 2/1.2 | Materials for immersion suits | Intentionally not completed. |
A. 2/1.3 | "Float free launching appliances | Reg. III/4, Reg. III/34. | Reg. III/13, Reg. III/16, Reg. III/26, Reg. III/34, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 8, IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code) I, IV, VI, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. | | |
A. 2/1.4 | Embarkation ladders | Moved to a. 1/1.29. |
A. 2/1.5 | Speaker system (PA system) and main alarm system (when it is used as a fire alarm device shall (A) 1/3.53 application) | Reg. III/6. | IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC 48 (66)-(LSA Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code), IMO MSC/Circ. 809. | | |
2. Marine pollution No. | Equipment designation | Reg. MARPOL 73/78, if "type approval" is required | Reg. MARPOL 73/78 and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO, in its up-to-date version | Testing standards | Modules for conformity assessment |
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 |
A. 2/2.1 | Installations on board for monitoring and recording of NOx | Moved to a. 1/2.8. |
A. 2/2.2 | Installations on board for the purification of exhaust gases | Annex VI reg. 13, annex VI, Reg. 14. | Annex VI reg. 13, annex VI, Reg. 14. | IMO Res. MEPC. 170 (57). | |
A. 2/2.3 | Other equivalent methods to reduce NOx emissions onboard | Annex VI reg. 13. | Annex VI reg. 13. | | |
A. 2/2.4 | Other technological methods to limit SOx emissions | Moved to a. 1/2.9. |
3. Fire-fighting equipment No. | Equipment designation | Reg. SOLAS 74, if "type approval" is required | Reg. SOLAS 74 and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO, in its up-to-date version | Testing standards | Modules for conformity assessment |
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 |
A. 2/3.1 | Not portable and transportable extinguishers | Moved to a. 1/3.52. |
A. 2/3.2 | Nozzles for fixed pressure fire extinguishing systems for special category spaces, ro-ro cargo spaces, other ro-ro spaces and vogndæksrum | Moved to a. 1/3.49. |
A. 2/3.3 | Cold-start devices for generators | Reg. II-1/44, Reg. X/3. | Reg. II-1/44, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | | |
A. 2/3.4 | Type nozzles (spray/jet type) | Moved to a. 1/3.55. |
A. 2/3.5 | Components for fixed fire detection and fire alarm system to control stations, service spaces, accommodation and machinery spaces with and without supervision | Moved to a. 1/3.51. |
A. 2/3.6 | Smoke detectors | Moved to a. 1/3.51. |
A. 2/3.7 | Heat detectors | Moved to a. 1/3.51. |
A. 2/3.8 | Electric safety lamp | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code). | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code). | IEC Publication 79. | |
A. 2/3.9 | Chemical suits | Reg. II-2/19. | Reg. II-2/19, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7. | EN 943-1 (2002), EN 943-1 (2002), Inc. AC (2005), EN 943-2 (2002), EN ISO 6529 (2003), EN ISO 6530 (2005), EN 14605 (2005), IMO MSC/Circ. 1120. | |
A. 2/3.10 | Lavtplacerede ledelys/luminous stripes (low-locating lighting systems) | Moved to a. 1/3.40. |
A. 2/3.11 | Nozzles for high pressure fire extinguishing systems for machinery spaces permanently installed | Moved to a. 1/3.10. |
A. 2/3.12 | Equivalent fixed gas fire extinguishing systems fire closing gases in machinery spaces and cargo pump rooms | Moved to a. 1/3.45. |
A. 2/3.13 | Breathing apparatus with compressed air (high-speed craft) | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 3. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 3. | EN 14593-1 (2005), EN 14593-2 (2005). | |
A. 2/3.14 | Fire hoses (hose win) | Moved to a. 1/3.56. |
A. 2/3.15 | Components for smoke detector system with sampling | Reg. II-2/7, Reg. II-2/19, Reg. II-2/20, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code). | Reg. II-2/7, Reg. II-2/19, Reg. II-2/20, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code). | | |
A. 2/3.16 | Flame detectors | Moved to a. 1/3.51. |
A. 2/3.17 | Manual call points | Moved to a. 1/3.51. |
A. 2/3.18 | Alarm devices | Moved to a. 1/3.53. |
A. 2/3.19 | Components for fixed local water-based fire-fighting systems for use in category A machinery spaces | Moved to a. 1/3.48. |
A. 2/3.20 | Upholstered furniture | Moved to a. 1/3.20. |
A. 2/3.21 | Components for fire-fighting systems for use in the paint room and spaces containing flammable liquids | Reg. II-2/10. | Reg. II-2/10, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code), IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1239. | | |
A. 2/3.22 | Components for fixed fire-extinguishing system in the exhaust ducts from galley ranges | Reg. II-2/9. | Reg. II-2/9. | | |
A. 2/3.23 | Components for fire extinguisher system on helicopter decks | Reg. II-2/18. | Reg. II-2/18, IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1239. | EN 13565-1 (2003), Inc. A. 1 (2007). | |
A. 2/3.24 | Portable foam units | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. II-2/20, Reg. X/3. | Reg. II-2/10, Reg. II-2/20, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 4, IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1239. | | |
A. 2/3.25 | Class "C" class divisions | Reg. II-2/3. | Reg. II-2/3. | IMO Res. a.653 (16), IMO Res. a.799 (19), IMO Res. MSC 61 (67)-(FTP Code), annex 1, part 1 and 5, and annex 2, ISO 1716 (1973). | |
A. 2/3.26 | Installations for gaseous fuels for domestic purposes (components) | Reg. II-2/4. | Reg. II-2/4, IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1276. | | |
A. 2/3.27 | Fixed gas fire extinguishing systems components for fire closing air (CO2) | Reg. II-2/5, Reg. II-2/10, Reg. X/3. | Reg. II-2/5, Reg. II-2/10, Reg. II-2/20, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 7, IMO Res. MSC. 98 (73)-(FSS Code) 7. | En 12094-1 (2003), EN 12094-2 (2003), EN 12094-3 (2003), EN 12094-4 (2004), EN 12094-5 (2006), EN 12094-6 (2006), EN 12094-7 (2000), Inc. A. 1 (2005), EN 12094-8 (2006), EN 12094-10 (2003), EN 12094-11 (2003), EN 12094-13 (2001), Inc. AC (2002), EN 12094-16 (2003). | |
A. 2/3.28 | Means of expandable foam fire extinguishing systems components — fixed foam fire-extinguishing systems on tanker deck protection | Moved to a. 1/3.57. |
A. 2/3.29 | Fixed low expansion foam fire extinguishing systems components for machinery spaces and tanker deck protection protection | Moved to a. 1/3.58. |
A. 2/3.30 | Foam for fixed fire-fighting installations on chemical tankers | Moved to a. 1/3.35. |
A. 2/3.31 | Manually operated sprinkler systems | Reg. II-2/10. | Reg. II-2/10, A800 (19). | | |
4. Navigation equipment Notes applicable to section 4: Navigation equipment columns 3 and 4: references to chapter V of SOLAS shall be construed as references to SOLAS 1974, as amended by MSC 73, with entry into force on 1 January. July 2002.
Nr. | Equipment designation | Reg. SOLAS 74, if "type approval" is required | Reg. SOLAS 74 and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO, in its up-to-date version | Testing standards | Modules for conformity assessment |
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 |
A. 2/4.1 | Gyro compass for high speed craft | Moved to a. 1/4.31. |
A. 2/4.2 | Rate control system for high-speed craft — HCS (formerly autopilot) | Moved to a. 1/4.40. |
A. 2/4.3 | Transmitting heading device THD () (GNSS method) | Moved to a. 1/4.41. |
A. 2/4.4 | Daylight signalling lamp | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 95 (72), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | EN 60945 (2002), ISO 25861 (2007). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), ISO 25861 (2007). | |
A. 2/4.5 | Searchlight for high speed craft | Moved to a. 1/4.42. |
A. 2/4.6 | Optical equipment for use in the dark for high speed craft | Moved to a. 1/4.43. |
A. 2/4.7 | Track control system (track control system) | Moved to a. 1/4.33. |
A. 2/4.8 | Electronic chart display and information system (ECDIS) | Moved to a. 1/4.30. |
A. 2/4.9 | Electronic chart display and information system (ECDIS) reserve installations | Moved to a. 1/4.30. |
A. 2/4.10 | Raster Chart Display System (RCDS) | Moved to a. 1/4.30. |
A. 2/4.11 | Combined GPS/GLONASS equipment | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 74 (69), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series. Or, IEC 60945 (2002). IEC 61162 series. | |
A. 2/4.12 | DGPS, DGLONASS equipment | Moved to a. 1/4.44, a. 1/4.50 and a. 1/4.51. |
A. 2/4.13 | Gyro compass for high speed craft | Moved to a. 1/4.31. |
A. 2/4.14 | Black boxes (Voyage Data Recorder — VDR) | Moved to a. 1/4.29. |
A. 2/4.15 | Integrated navigation system | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC. 86 (70). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, IEC 61924 (2006). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, IEC 61924 (2006). | |
A. 2/4.16 | Integrated bridge system | Intentionally not completed. |
A. 2/4.17 | Radarmålforstærker | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC. 164 (78), ITU-R M 1176 (10/95). | EN 60945 (2002). Or, IEC 60945 (2002). | |
A. 2/4.18 | Lydmodtage system | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 86 (70), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series. Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series. | |
A. 2/4.19 | Magnetic compass for high speed craft | Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | IMO Res. a. 382 (X), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | EN ISO 449 (1999), EN ISO 694 (2001), ISO 1069 (1973), ISO 2269 (1992), EN 60945 (2002). Or ISO 449 (1997), ISO 694 (2000), ISO 1069 (1973), ISO 2269 (1992), IEC 60945 (2002). | |
A. 2/4.20 | Track control system for high speed craft | Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series. Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series. | |
A. 2/4.21 | Hydrographic facilities for ship's radar | Moved to a. 1/4.45. |
A. 2/4.22 | Transmitting heading device THD (), gyroscope-based | Moved to a. 1/5.19. |
A. 2/4.23 | Transmitting heading device THD (magnetic method) | Moved to a. 1/4.2. |
A. 2/4.24 | Thrust indicator | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series. Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series. | |
A. 2/4.25 | Indicators for thrust, pitch and mode in transverse direction | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series. Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series. | |
A. 2/4.26 | Spin speed indicator | Moved to a. 1/4.9. |
A. 2/4.27 | Rudder indicator | Moved to a. 1/4.20. |
A. 2/4.28 | Screw rotation indicator | Moved to a. 1/4.21. |
A. 2/4.29 | Screw the rate indicator | Moved to a. 1/4.22. |
A. 2/4.30 | Integrated bridge system | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 13, IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 13. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code) 15, IMO Res. MSC. 64 (67), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code) 15. | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series, EN 61209 (1999). Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series, IEC 61209 (1999). | |
A. 2/4.31 | Bearing device | Reg. V/18. | Reg. V/19. | EN 60945 (2002). Or, IEC 60945 (2002). | |
A. 2/4.32 | Brovagts alarm System (BNWAS) || IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC. 128 (75), IMO MSC/Circ. 982. | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series. Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series. | |
A. 2/4.33 | Track control system (track control system) (who works at the ship's speed at 30 knots and above) | Reg. V/18, Reg. X/3. | | EN 60945 (2002). | |
A. 2/4.34 (new item) | Equipment with LRIT-facility (identification and tracking of ships at long range) | Reg. V/19. | Reg. V/19, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 813 (19), IMO Res. MSC. 202 (81), IMO Res. MSC. 211 (81), IMO Res. MSC. 263 (84), IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1257. | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series. Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series. | |
A. 2/4.35 (new item) | Galileo receiver | Reg. V. | Reg. V, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 813 (19), IMO Res. MSC. 233 (82). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series. Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series. | |
A. 2/4.36 (new item) | AIS SART-equipment | Reg. V. | Reg. V, IMO Res. MSC. 246 (83), IMO Res. MSC. 247 (83), IMO Res. MSC. 256 (84). | EN 60945 (2002), EN 61162 series. Or, IEC 60945 (2002), IEC 61162 series. | |
5. Radiocommunication equipment No. | Equipment designation | Reg. SOLAS 74, if "type approval" is required | Reg. SOLAS 74 and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO, in its up-to-date version | Testing standards | Modules for conformity assessment |
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 |
A. 2/5.1 | VHF EPIRB | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | Reg. IV/8, IMO Res. a. 662 (16), IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. a. 805 (19), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code), ITU-R m. 489-2 (10/95), ITU-R m. 693 (06/90). | EN 60945 (2002). Or, IEC 60945 (2002). | |
A. 2/5.2 | Standby power source to the radio | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | Reg. IV/13, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code), IMO COMSAR Circ. 16, IMO COMSAR Circ. 32. | EN 60945 (2002). Or, IEC 60945 (2002). | |
A. 2/5.3 | Inmarsat-F SES | Moved to a. 1/5.19. |
A. 2/5.4 | Nødpanel | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | Reg. IV/6, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code), IMO MSC/Circ. 862, IMO COMSAR Circ. 32. | EN 60945 (2002). Or, IEC 60945 (2002). | |
A. 2/5.5 | Panic alarm panel | Reg. IV/14, Reg. X/3, IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code). | Reg. IV/6, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC 36 (63)-(1994 HSC Code), IMO Res. MSC. 97 (73)-(2000 HSC Code), IMO MSC/Circ. 862, IMO COMSAR Circ. 32. | EN 60945 (2002). Or, IEC 60945 (2002). | |
A. 2/5.6 | L-band EPIRB (Inmarsat)-| Intentionally not completed. |
A. 2/5.7 | The ship security alert system || Reg. XI-2/6, IMO Res. a. 694 (17), IMO Res. MSC. 147 (77), IMO MSC/Circ. 1072. | EN 60945 (2002). Or, IEC 60945 (2002). | |
6. Equipment required under COLREG 72 Nr. | Equipment designation | Reg. COLREG 72, if "type approval" is required | Reg. COLREG and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO, in its up-to-date version | Testing standards | Modules for conformity assessment |
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 |
A. 2/6.1 | Lights | Moved to a. 1/6.1. |
A. 2/6.2 | Audio signal encoders | Annex III/3. | Annex III/3, IMO Res. a. 694 (17). | EN 60945 (2002), Whistles — COLREG 72 annex III/1 (performance), bells and gongs — COLREG 72 annex III/2 (performance). Or, IEC 60945 (1996), Whistles — COLREG 72 annex III/1 (performance), bells and gongs — COLREG 72 annex III/2 (performance). | |
7. Safety equipment for bulk carriers Nr. | Equipment designation | Reg. SOLAS 74, if "type approval" is required | Reg. SOLAS 74 and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO, in its up-to-date version | Testing standards | Modules for conformity assessment |
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 |
A. 2/7.1 | Loading instrument | Reg. XII/11,1997 SOLAS Conference Res. 5. | Reg. XII/11,1997 SOLAS Conference Res. 5. | IMO MSC/Circ. 1 1229. | |
A. 2/7.2 | Water-level alarms on bulk carriers | IMO Res. MSC. 188 (79). | Reg. XII/12, IMO Res. MSC. 188 (79). | IEC 60092 -0504, IEC 60529, IMO Res. MSC. 188 (79). | |
Modules for conformity assessment in Annex B EC TYPE-examination (module B) 1. A notified body ascertains and attests that a specimen, representative of the production envisaged, meets the relevant requirements of the international instruments.
2. the application for EF‑typeafprøvning shall be submitted by the manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the community with a notified body of his choice.
The request must include:-the name and address of the manufacturer and the name and address of manufacturer's representative, if the application is lodged by the-a written declaration that the same application has not been lodged at the same time to the other notified bodies
-the technical documentation described in point 3.
The applicant must place a specimen, representative of the production envisaged and hereinafter called ' type ' 10), at the disposal of the notified body. The notified body may request further specimens if needed for carrying out the test programme.
3. The technical documentation must make it possible to assess the product's conformity with the requirements of the relevant international instruments. It must, to the extent necessary for such assessment, cover the design, manufacture, installation and operation in accordance with the description in the technical documentation of the appendix to this annex.
4. the notified body must: 4.1. examine the technical documentation and verify that the type has been manufactured in accordance with this 4.2. perform or have performed the appropriate examinations and tests in order to check compliance with the requirements of the relevant international instruments actually used 4.3. agree with the applicant the location where the examinations and necessary tests are to be carried out.
5. Where the type meets the provisions of the relevant international instruments, the notified body must issue an EF‑typeafprøvningsattest to the applicant. The certificate shall contain the name and address of the manufacturer, details of equipment, conclusions of the examination, conditions for its validity, the necessary data for identification of the approved type.
A list of the relevant parts of the technical documentation shall be annexed to the certificate and a copy kept by the notified body.
If the notified body refuses to issue a type-examination certificate to the manufacturer, that body must provide detailed reasons for such refusal.
If the manufacturer reapplies for type approval of equipment in respect of which a type-examination certificate has been denied, his application to the notified body must contain all relevant documentation, including the original test reports, a detailed explanation of the reasons for the previous refusal and details about the changes that are made to the equipment.
6. The applicant must inform the notified body that holds the technical documentation concerning the EC-type-examination certificate of all modifications to the approved product; the product must be new, if the changes may affect conformity with the requirements or the prescribed conditions for use of the product. This additional approval is given in the form of an addition to the original EF‑typeafprøvningsattest.
7. Each notified body must, on request, provide flag Member State administrations and the other notified bodies the relevant information concerning the EF‑typeafprøvningsattester and additional approvals issued and withdrawn.
8. The other notified bodies may receive copies of the EC type-examination certificates and/or their additions. The annexes to the certificates shall be made available to the other notified bodies.
9. the manufacturer or his authorized representative established within the community must keep with the technical documentation, as well a copy of EF‑typeafprøvningsattesten and their additions for at least 10 years from the date of manufacture of the product.
CONFORMITY to TYPE (module C) 1. The manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the Community ensures and declares that the products concerned are in conformity with the type as described in EF‑typeafprøvningsattesten and satisfy the relevant requirements of the international instruments. The manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the community must affix the mark to each product and draw up a written declaration of conformity.
2. The manufacturer must take all measures necessary in order that the manufacturing process assures compliance of the manufactured products with the type as described in the EF‑typeafprøvningsattesten and with the relevant requirements of the international instruments.
3. the manufacturer or his authorised representative in the community establish must keep a copy of the Declaration of conformity for at least 10 years from the date of manufacture of the product.
PRODUCTION QUALITY ASSURANCE (module D) 1. A manufacturer who satisfies the obligations of point 2 ensures and declares that the products concerned are in conformity with the type as described in EF‑typeafprøvningsattesten. The manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the community must affix the mark to each product and draw up a written declaration of conformity. Together with mark must be accompanied by the identification number of the notified body responsible for surveillance as specified in point 4.
2. The manufacturer must operate an approved quality system for production, final product inspection and testing as specified in point 3 and subject to surveillance as specified in point 4.
3. Quality system 3.1. The manufacturer must lodge an application for assessment of his quality system for the products concerned with a notified body of his choice.
The application must include:-all relevant information for the product category envisaged,-the quality system documentation,-the technical documentation of the approved type and a copy of EF‑typeafprøvningsattesten.
3.2. The quality system must ensure compliance of the products with the type as described in the EF‑typeafprøvningsattesten.
All the elements, requirements and provisions adopted by the manufacturer are taken into account, shall be documented in a systematic and orderly manner in a written explanation of the measures, procedures and instructions. This quality system documentation must ensure that high-quality programs, ‑planer, ‑manualer and ‑registre are interpreted identically.
The documentation must contain in particular an adequate description of:-the quality objectives and the organizational structure, responsibilities and powers of the management with regard to product quality,-techniques, processes and systematic actions that will be used in production and quality control and assurance-the examinations and tests that will be carried out before, during and after manufacture, and the frequency with which this happens-the quality records, such as inspection reports and prøvnings‑ and calibration data , qualification reports of the personnel concerned, etc.
-how it is verified that the required product quality and the effective operation of the quality assurance system.
3.3. The notified body must assess the quality system to determine whether it satisfies the requirements referred to in point 3.2. It must presume conformity with these requirements in respect of quality assurance systems that implement the relevant harmonized standard.
The auditing team must have at least one member with experience of evaluation in the product technology concerned. The assessment procedure must include an inspection visit to the manufacturer's premises.
The decision shall be notified to the manufacturer. The notification must contain the conclusions of the examination and the reasoned assessment decision.
3.4. the manufacturer shall undertake to fulfil the obligations arising from the quality assurance system as approved and to maintain it so that it remains appropriate and effective.
The manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the community must inform the notified body that has approved the quality system informed of any intended change of this.
The notified body must assess the proposed changes and decide whether the modified quality system will still satisfy the requirements referred to in 3.2 or whether a reassessment is required.
The manufacturer must be notified of the decision. The notification must contain the conclusions of the examination and the reasoned assessment decision.
4. Checks on the responsibility of the notified body 4.1. The purpose of surveillance is to make sure that the manufacturer duly fulfils the obligations arising out of the approved quality assurance system.
4.2. the manufacturer must allow the notified body access for inspection purposes to the produktions‑, inspektions‑, prøvnings‑ and storage and must provide it with all necessary information, in particular:-the quality system documentation,-the quality records, such as inspection reports, prøvnings‑, calibration data, qualification reports of the personnel concerned, etc.
4.3. the notified body shall carry out periodic audits to make sure that the manufacturer maintains and applies the quality assurance system; It must provide an audit report to the manufacturer.
4.4. Additionally the notified body may pay unexpected visits to the manufacturer. During these visits, the make or carry out tests, if necessary, to verify that the quality system is functioning correctly. It shall issue an inspection report and, if a test has been carried out, with a test report to the manufacturer.
5. For at least ten years from the date of manufacture of the product, the manufacturer at the disposal of the national authorities:
-the second subparagraph of point 3.1,-the documentation referred to in the second indent of point 3.4, second subparagraph referred to notifications about changes-the last subparagraph of point 3.4, and in sections 4.3 and 4.4 referred to the decisions and reports from the notified body.
6. Each notified body must, on request, provide flag Member State administrations and the other notified bodies the relevant information concerning the quality-system approvals issued and withdrawn.
PRODUCT QUALITY ASSURANCE (Module E) 1. A manufacturer who satisfies the obligations of point 2 ensures and declares that the products concerned are in conformity with the type as described in EF‑typeafprøvningsattesten. The manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the community must affix the mark to each product and draw up a written declaration of conformity. Together with mark must be accompanied by the identification number of the notified body responsible for surveillance as specified in point 4.
2. the manufacturer shall operate for the final inspection of the product and must operate an approved quality management system that meets the requirements in point 3 and must be subject to surveillance as specified in point 4.
3. Quality system 3.1. The manufacturer must lodge an application for assessment of his quality system for the products concerned with a notified body of his choice.
The application must include:-all relevant information for the product category envisaged,-the quality system documentation,-the technical documentation of the approved type and a copy of EF‑typeafprøvningsattesten.
3.2. Under the quality system, each product must be examined and appropriate tests are carried out to ensure that the product complies with the relevant requirements of the international instruments. All the elements, requirements and provisions adopted by the manufacturer are taken into account, shall be documented in a systematic and orderly manner in a written explanation of the measures, procedures and instructions. This quality system documentation must ensure that high-quality programs, ‑planer, ‑manualer and ‑registre are interpreted identically.
The documentation shall contain inter alia contain an adequate description of:-the quality objectives and the organisational structure, responsibilities and powers of the management with regard to product quality,-the examinations and tests that will be carried out after manufacture-how it is checked that the quality management system working efficiently-the quality records, such as inspection reports and prøvnings‑ data, calibration data, qualification reports of the personnel concerned, etc.
3.3. The notified body must assess the quality system to determine whether it satisfies the requirements referred to in point 3.2. It must presume conformity with these requirements in respect of quality assurance systems that implement the relevant harmonized standard.
The auditing team must have at least one member with experience of evaluation in the product technology concerned. The assessment procedure must include an inspection visit to the manufacturer's premises.
The decision shall be notified to the manufacturer. The notification must contain the conclusions of the examination and the reasoned assessment decision.
3.4. the manufacturer shall undertake to fulfil the obligations arising from the quality assurance system as approved and to maintain it so that it remains appropriate and effective.
The manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the community must inform the notified body that has approved the quality system informed of any intended change of this.
The notified body must assess the changes proposed and decide whether the modified quality system will still satisfy the requirements referred to in 3.2 or whether a reassessment is required.
The manufacturer must be notified of its decision. The notification must contain the conclusions of the examination and the reasoned assessment decision.
4. Checks on the responsibility of the notified body 4.1. The purpose of surveillance is to make sure that the manufacturer duly fulfils the obligations arising out of the approved quality assurance system.
4.2. The manufacturer must allow the notified body access for inspection purposes to the locations of inspection, prøvnings‑ and storage premises and provide it with all necessary information, in particular:-the quality system documentation-technical documentation,-the quality records, such as inspection reports, prøvnings‑, calibration data, qualification reports of the personnel concerned, etc.
4.3. the notified body shall carry out periodic audits to make sure that the manufacturer maintains and applies the quality assurance system; It must provide an audit report to the manufacturer.
4.4. Additionally the notified body may pay unexpected visits to the manufacturer. During such visits the notified body may carry out tests or arrange for, if necessary, to verify that the quality system is functioning correctly; It shall issue an inspection report and, if a test has been carried out, with a test report to the manufacturer.
5. For at least ten years from the date of manufacture of the product, the manufacturer at the disposal of the national authorities:-the in point 3.1, second subparagraph, third indent,-the documentation referred to in point 3.4, second subparagraph referred to notifications about changes-the last subparagraph of point 3.4, and in sections 4.3 and 4.4 referred to the decisions and reports from the notified body.
6. Each notified body must, on request, provide flag Member State administrations and the other notified bodies the relevant information concerning the quality-system approvals issued and withdrawn.
PRODUCT VERIFICATION (module F) 1. The manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the Community ensures and declares that the products subject to the provisions in paragraph 3 has been applied, is in conformity with the type as described in EF‑typeafprøvningsattesten.
2. The manufacturer must take all measures necessary to ensure that the manufacturing process ensures that the products are in conformity with the type as described in EF‑typeprøvningsattesten. The manufacturer must affix the mark to each product and draw up a declaration of conformity.
3. the notified body must carry out the appropriate examinations and tests in order to verify that the product is in conformity with the requirements of the international instruments; This can be done at the choice of the manufacturer, either by examination and testing of every product as specified in point 4 or by examination and testing of products on a statistical basis as specified in point 5.
3A. the manufacturer or his authorized representative established within the community must keep a copy of the Declaration of conformity for at least 10 years from the date of manufacture of the product.
4. Verification by examination and testing of every product 4.1. All products must be individually examined and appropriate tests are carried out to verify that products are in conformity with the type as described in EF‑typeafprøvningsattesten.
4.2. The notified body must affix, or cause to be affixed, its identification number to each approved product and draw up a written certificate of conformity relating to the tests carried out.
4.3. the manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the community must be able to supply on request, provide flag Member State administrations the certificate of conformity issued by the notified body.
5. Statistical verification 5.1. The manufacturer will present his products in the form of homogeneous lots and shall take all measures necessary to ensure that the manufacturing process ensures the homogeneity of each lot produced.
5.2. All products must be able to be verified in the form of homogeneous lots. Take a sample from each batch. Products in a sample must be individually examined and appropriate tests are carried out to verify whether products are in accordance with the requirements of the international instruments, and to determine whether the party should be verified or discarded.
5.3. In the case of accepted lots, the notified body must affix its identification number to each product and draw up a written certificate of conformity relating to the tests carried out. All products in the batch may be placed on the market except those products from the sample which do not meet compliance requirements.
If a lot, take the notified body or the competent authority the necessary measures in order to prevent that the consignment in question to be placed on the market. If that often must be discarded batches, the notified body may ask the statistical verification on hold.
The manufacturer may, during the manufacturing process the responsibility of the notified body's identification number to be affixed to the product.
5.4. the manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the community must be able to supply on request, provide flag Member State administrations the certificate of conformity issued by the notified body.
UNIT VERIFICATION (Module G)
1. This module describes the procedure whereby the manufacturer ensures and declares that the product concerned, which has been issued with the certificate referred to in point 2, conforms to the requirements of the international instruments. The manufacturer or his authorised representative established within the community must affix the mark to the product and draw up a declaration of conformity.
2. The notified body shall check each product and carry out appropriate tests to ensure that it complies with the relevant requirements of the international instruments.
The notified body must affix, or cause to be affixed, its identification number to the approved product and shall draw up a certificate of conformity relating to the tests carried out.
3. The technical documentation must make it possible to assess the product's conformity with the relevant requirements of the international instruments and to understand the design, manufacture and function.
FULL QUALITY ASSURANCE (module H) 1. A manufacturer who satisfies the obligations of point 2 ensures and declares that the products concerned satisfy the requirements of the international instruments. The manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the community must affix the mark to each product and draw up a written declaration of conformity. Together with mark must be accompanied by the identification number of the notified body responsible for surveillance as specified in point 4.
2. the manufacturer shall operate for the design, manufacture and final inspection of the pressure equipment and for must operate an approved quality system that meets the requirements in point 3 and must be subject to surveillance as specified in point 4.
3. Quality management system 3. 1. The manufacturer must lodge an application for assessment of his quality assurance system with a notified body.
The application must include:-all relevant information for the product category envisaged,-the quality system documentation.
3.2. The quality system must ensure compliance of the products with the requirements of the international instruments.
All the elements, requirements and provisions adopted by the manufacturer are taken into account, shall be documented in a systematic and orderly manner in a written explanation of the measures, procedures and instructions. This quality assurance system documentation must ensure understanding of the quality policies and procedures such as quality programmes, ‑planer, ‑manualer and-records alike.
The statement must contain in particular an adequate description of:-the quality objectives and the organisational structure, responsibilities and powers of the management with regard to product quality and konstruktions‑-the technical design specifications, including standards, that will be applied and the means of ensuring that the essential requirements for the products that are listed in the international instruments will be met-the techniques of control and verification of the design and the processes and systematic measures that will be used when designing the products pertaining to the product category covered,-the corresponding techniques, processes and systematic measures which will be used in production-the examinations and tests that will be carried out before, during and after manufacture, and the frequency with which this happens-the quality records, such as inspection reports, prøvnings‑, calibration data, qualification reports of the personnel concerned, etc.
-the means to monitor konstruktions‑ and of the required product quality and the effective operation of the quality assurance system.
3.3. The notified body must assess the quality system to determine whether it satisfies the requirements referred to in point 3.2. It must presume conformity with these requirements in respect of quality assurance systems that implement the relevant harmonized standard.
The auditing team must have at least one member with experience of evaluation in the product technology concerned. The assessment procedure must include an inspection visit to the manufacturer's premises.
The decision shall be notified to the manufacturer. The notification must contain the conclusions of the examination and the reasoned assessment decision.
3.4. the manufacturer shall undertake to fulfil the obligations arising from the quality assurance system as approved and to maintain it so that it remains appropriate and effective.
The manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the community must inform the notified body that has approved the quality system informed of any intended change of this.
The notified body must assess the changes proposed and decide whether the modified quality system will still satisfy the requirements referred to in 3.2 or whether a reassessment is required.
The manufacturer must be notified of the decision. The notification must contain the conclusions of the examination and the reasoned assessment decision.
4. EF‑kontrol the responsibility of the notified body 4.1. The purpose of surveillance is to make sure that the manufacturer duly fulfils the obligations arising out of the approved quality assurance system.
4.2. The manufacturer must allow the notified body access for inspection purposes to the inspection and konstruktions‑, produktions‑, prøvnings‑, and storage and must provide it with all necessary information, in particular:-the quality system documentation,-the quality records as foreseen by the design part of the quality system, such as results of analyses, calculations, tests, etc.
-the quality records as foreseen by the manufacturing part of the quality system, such as inspection reports and prøvnings‑ data, calibration data, qualification reports of the personnel concerned, etc.
4.3. the notified body shall carry out periodic audits to make sure that the manufacturer maintains and applies the quality assurance system; It must provide an audit report to the manufacturer.
4.4. Additionally the notified body may pay unexpected visits to the manufacturer. During such visits the notified body may carry out tests or arrange for, if necessary, to verify that the quality system is functioning correctly; It shall issue an inspection report and, if a test has been carried out, with a test report to the manufacturer.
5. For at least ten years from the date of manufacture of the product, the manufacturer at the disposal of the national authorities:-the second subparagraph of point 3.1,-the documentation referred to in the second indent of section 3.4,-the changes referred to in the second subparagraph of point 3.4, final subparagraph, and in points 4.3 and 4.4 referred to the decisions and reports from the notified body.
6. Each notified body must, on request, provide flag Member State administrations and the other notified bodies the relevant information concerning the quality-system approvals issued and withdrawn.
7. Design control 7.1. The manufacturer must lodge an application for examination of the design with a single notified body.
7.2. The application must make it possible to understand the design, manufacture and operation of the product and to assess compliance with the requirements of the international instruments.
It must include:-the technical design specifications, including standards, that have been applied-the necessary supporting evidence for their adequacy, in particular where the standards referred to in article 5 have not been applied in full. This supporting evidence must include the results of tests carried out by the appropriate laboratory of the manufacturer or on his behalf.
7.3. The notified body must examine the application and where the design meets the provisions of the international instruments that apply it must issue an EC design-examination certificate to the applicant. The certificate must contain the conclusions of the examination, conditions for its validity and the necessary data for identification of the approved design and, if relevant, a description of the product's functioning.
7.4. The applicant must keep the notified body that has issued the EC design-examination certificate informed of any modification to the approved design. Modifications to the approved design must receive additional approval from the notified body that has issued the EC design-examination certificate where the changes may affect conformity with the requirements of the international instruments or the prescribed conditions for use of the product. This additional approval is given in the form of an addition to the original EC design-examination certificate.
7.5. Each notified body must, on request, provide flag Member State administrations and the other notified bodies the relevant information concerning:-the EC design-examination certificates and additions issued and-the EC design-examination certificates and additions withdrawn.
Appendix to Annex B Technical documentation the manufacturer shall submit to the notified body of this appendix shall apply to all modules of annex b.
The technical documentation referred to in Annex B shall contain all relevant data or means applied by the manufacturer in order to ensure that the equipment meets all the relevant requirements.
The technical documentation must make it possible to understand the design, manufacture and operation of the product and to assess the conformity of the product with the requirements of the relevant international instruments.
In that, as far as is relevant for the assessment, the documentation must include:-a general type-description,-conceptual design and manufacturing drawings and schemes of components, sub-assemblies, circuits, etc.
-descriptions and explanations necessary for the understanding of said drawings and schemes and the product's function-results of design calculations made, impartial examinations carried out, etc.
-impartial test reports-manuals for installation, use and maintenance.
As appropriate, the design documentation must contain the following:-attestations relating to the equipment incorporated in the product-attestations and certificates relating to the methods of manufacture and/or inspection and/or monitoring of the product-any other documentation that enables the notified body able to make a better assessment.
Annex C minimum criteria for the designation of notified bodies of the Member States 1. Notified bodies shall comply with the requirements of the relevant EN 45000 series.
2. The notified body must be independent and must not be controlled by manufacturers or suppliers.
3. The notified body must be established within the territory of the community.
4. the notified body shall issue a type-approval on behalf of a Member State, the Member State shall ensure that the notified body, the qualifications, technical experience and staffing is of such a nature that it may issue type-approvals which comply with the requirements of this directive, and that it can ensure a high level of security.
5. The notified body must be able to provide expertise in the field of maritime transport.
A notified body can carry out conformity assessment procedures for any economic decision-maker who is established inside or outside the community.
A notified body can carry out conformity assessment procedures in any Member State or of a State outside the community, using the means at their head office or staff at a branch office abroad.
If a Department under the notified body performs conformity-assessment procedures, all documents in the context of procedures issued by the notified body and its name and not in the Department's name.
A section of a notified body which is established in another Member State may, however, issue documents in connection with conformity assessment procedures if it is designated by the Member State concerned.
Annex D conformity mark conformity mark shall be drawn up in accordance with the following model: (the vertical and horizontal equidistant lines are guides for use by scaling of the brand and are not included within the label) if the mark is reduced or enlarged the proportions, as stated above, are complied with.
Components of the label must have the same vertical dimensions, which must be at least 5 mm.
There may be made from the minimum dimensions when it comes to small devices.
Official notes 1) of the regulation includes the implementation of Council Directive 96/98/EC of 20. December 1996 on marine equipment, as amended by Commission Directive 98/85/EC of 11. November 1998, Commission Directive 2001/53/EC of 10. July 2001, Commission Directive 2002/75/EC of 2. September 2002, the European Parliament and Council Directive 2002/84/EC of 5. November 2002, Commission Directive 2008/67/EC of 30. June 2008 and Commission directive 2009/26/EC of 6 May 2003. April 2009.
2) (Annex 1), OJ No. C 218 of 23.8.1995, p. 9 3) (Annex 1), OJ No. C 101 of 3.4.1996, p. 3 4) (Annex 1) European Parliament opinion of 29. November 1995 (OJ No c. C 339 of 18.12.1995, p. 21), Council common position of 18. June 1996 (OJ. No. C 248 of 26.8.1996, p. 10) and decision of the European Parliament of 24. October 1996 (OJ No c. C 347 of 18.11.1996) 5) (Annex 1), OJ No. C 271 of 7.10.1993, p. 1.
6) (Annex 1), OJ No. L 220 of 30.8.1993, p. 23.
7) (Annex 1), OJ No. L 139 of 23.5.1989, p. 19. Directive as last amended by Directive 93/68/EEC (OJ No. L 220 of 31. 8.1993, p. 1).
8) (Annex 1), OJ No. L 399 of 393,30.12.1989, p. 18. Directive as last amended by Directive 93/95/EEC.
9) (Annex 1), OJ No. L 109 of 26.4.1983, p. 8. Directive as last amended by Directive 93/95/EEC.
10) (Annex B) A type may cover several versions of the product variants when the differences between the versions do not affect the level of safety or the other requirements for the quality of the product.