Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Definitions scope of Preparedness Chapter 4 Registration and information Chapter 5 Education Chapter 6 Exercises, etc.
Chapter 7 Rescue resources Chapter 8 Chapter 9 auxiliary health services Chapter 10 medicines and medical equipment Chapter 11 Waiver, punishment, etc.
Chapter 12 entry into force, etc.
Annex 1 The full text of the Ordinance on preparedness, etc. on offshore structures, etc. 1)
Pursuant to sections 43, 44, 43 (a) and section 45, paragraph 5, article 49, article 50, paragraph 4, and section 72 of the Act No. 1424 of 21. December 2005 on security, etc. for offshore structures for exploration, production and transportation of hydrocarbons (offshoresikkerhedslov), as amended by Act No. 1400 of 27. December 2008 and Act No. 287 of 15. April 2009, be determined in accordance with the authorization given pursuant to section 61 (3): Chapter 1 scope § 1. The notice applies to offshore structures, as defined in section 2 of the offshoresikkerhedslovens.
(2). sections 2-8, § 13, § 14, paragraphs 1, 3 and 4, § 18, paragraphs 3 and 5, § § 19-23, sections 25 and 26, and §§ 30-41, also applies to the accommodation facilities on ships and facilities covered by the offshoresikkerhedslovens section 3, paragraph 3, and where people who work on an offshore facility, be accommodated, to the extent that it affects the health and safety of the accommodated persons, see. section 2 of the Ordinance on the extension of the scope of offshoresikkerhedsloven.
(3). In addition, the sections 2 and 3, section 4, paragraphs 1 and 4, article 13, article 14, paragraphs 1, 3 and 4, §§ 19-23, § 25 and §§ 40-42 apply to the activities carried out by ships and facilities covered by the offshoresikkerhedslovens section 3 (5) (special craft), as well as on the equipment used, to the extent that the activities or equipment has an impact on safety and health conditions at the affiliated offshore structures. without prejudice to article. section 3 of the Ordinance on the extension of the scope of offshoresikkerhedsloven.
Chapter 2 Definitions section 2. For the purposes of this order: 1) the free movement of persons between the offshore structures: its occupants can move from an offshore facility to another without having to have directed new gathering place in case of emergencies.
2) MODU code ' means the IMO Code for the Construction and Equipment» of Mobile Offshore Drilling Units '.
3) life-saving appliances: equipment used in connection with the escape, evacuation and rescue, among other things, a) lifebuoys, b) line down appliances, c), (d)) rescue-lifejackets and protective clothing, e) lifeboats and their launching and recovering arrangements, f) life-rafts and their launching and recovering arrangements, g) rescue boats and their rescue boat embarkation, launching and recovery arrangements, h) marine evacuation systems (MES) and in) the filter cowls.
4) gathering place: Place on offshore installation where occupants are picked (for service) at the evacuation alarm.
5) STCW 95 Convention: the IMO Convention on standards of Training, Certification & Watchkeeping ' as amended.
6) health service: Staff with health education and competence according to offshoresikkerhedslovens § 47.
(2). When a not permanently manned offshore installations is bridged to a permanently manned mobile offshore units, and there is free movement of persons between the installations shall be deemed permanently manned offshore installations as one combination in this Ordinance.
Chapter 3 emergency preparedness § 3. Prior to an offshore facility put into operation, there shall be established a preparedness after offshoresikkerhedslovens section 45 (1), 1) to deal with the consequences of accidents and danger situations and 2) for use in situations where a person falls overboard.
(2). Preparedness, which must be kept up to date, must be based on the assessment of the safety and health risks, including evacuation analysis, see. Ordinance on the management of health and safety on offshore structures, etc.
§ 4. There must be a plan for the alert referred to in § 3, paragraph 1, of the basic regulation. offshoresikkerhedslovens § 45, paragraph 2.
(2). If people working on offshore installation, like to stay on ships or other devices, see. section 1, paragraph 2, that is within the offshoreanlæggets security zone, the contingency plan also include these people, while staying on the ship or the décor.
(3). The contingency plan shall, as regards the persons referred to in paragraph 2, be coordinated with the ship or control its own contingency plan.
(4). In the contingency plan shall set out for 1) alarm and communications systems and procedures for doing so, 2) overall organization with an indication of contingency management, staffing, assignment of responsibilities and implementation procedures, 3) equipment and crew available, 4) prescriptions for rescue and control measures and 5) exercises, see. Chapter 6.
(5). The contingency plan shall provide for the use of auxiliary vessels, see. § 27, paragraph 2, and helicopters as well as criteria for the vessels and helicopter's capacity.
(6). It must be indicated in the contingency plan, which rapidly help vessels and helicopters, referred to in paragraph 5, must be able to be deployed.
(7). If in areas of offshore structures is a potential danger to or found emissions of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) or other hazardous substances and materials, the contingency plan include a plan for countering the danger with the description of the protective equipment available and the necessary measures.
(8). The contingency plan must include a plan for protection against explosion hazard with a description of the required equipment and the necessary measures.
(9). Only persons whose work makes it necessary, have access to the areas referred to in paragraph 7. These employees shall be provided with appropriate personal protective equipment.
Paragraph 10. It must be indicated in the contingency plan, the persons who have access to the areas referred to in paragraph 7.
§ 5. The first time a person comes on board an offshore facility, the operating company responsible for the product must ensure that the person in question upon arrival receive advice on how to behave in emergency situations, as well as a thorough instruction in the other conditions, which are subject of this notice to the extent that it is relevant to the question.
Chapter 4 Registration and information section 6. The operating company responsible for the product must ensure registration of the persons who at any time 1) staying on the offshore installation, or 2) is on the way to or from the offshore installation.
(2). The register shall at all times be accessible in the country.
§ 7. There should be for each safe assembly point be an up-to-date and easily accessible directory with names of all occupants, who have been instructed that gathering place.
§ 8. On offshore installation shall be in appropriate places advertised information, which among other things contains information about 1) location of fire-fighting equipment, 2) escape and evacuation routes, 3) location of seats, 4) location and type of life-saving appliances and 5) list of occupants, who have been assigned specific tasks in an emergency.
Chapter 5 Education § 9. It is the responsibility of the operating company responsible for the product to ensure that the occupants are in possession of education according to §§ 10 and 13, article 14, paragraphs 1 to 4, and sections 16 and 17, and that this training is maintained partly by exercises on offshore installations, see. Chapter 6, partly by refresher courses, see. § 18.
(2). It is the responsibility of the operating company responsible for the product to ensure that a provider of education and training in accordance with paragraph 1 are subject to an independent verification that the participants in the training will achieve the qualifications laid down in order to comply with the provisions referred to in paragraph 1.
(3). Implementation of each of the courses referred to in paragraph 1, as well as maintenance through refresher courses, must be documented in the form of formal qualification issued by the course provider.
Basic safety course
§ 10. All occupants on an offshore facility must have gone through a basic safety course with lessons in first aid, firefighting, helicopter transport, helicopter evacuation, maritime rescue and personal security, see. However, sections 11 and 12.
(2). Through the implementation of a safety course in accordance with paragraph 1 must meet the following qualifications: 1) first aid: the student must obtain such skills that he or she will be able to immediately to provide first aid in the event of accidents and sudden illnesses.
2) fire fighting: the course participant to gain insights into the prevention and control of fire and be able to demonstrate responsible behavior by use of a naked flame and flammable substances. In addition, the course participant must have knowledge of commonly available fire-fighting equipment on offshore structures, can make use of portable fire extinguishers and have understanding concerning Assembly proceedings on offshore installations.
3) Helicopter transport: the student must be familiar with the security aspects of helicopter transport, including emergency procedures and nødudrustning.
4) Helicopter evacuation: the student must have knowledge of and carry out exercises in the evacuation from the helicopter, including evacuation under water.
5) sea rescue: the student must have knowledge of the Assembly procedures and exercises on offshore installations, for practical use of offshoreanlæggets as well as life-saving appliances personal life-saving appliances and to survival techniques.
6) personal security: the student must have an understanding of the General safety conditions on offshore installations. In addition, the learner have an understanding of the use of personal protective equipment and be able to use these protective equipment correctly.
(3). A course in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be reviewed within the last four years prior to that, a person first time start service on an offshore facility.
§ 11. The operating company responsible for the product may derogate from article 10, paragraph 1, in the event of unforeseen situations that require quick presence of expert assistance and in exceptional situations where a sudden need for additional manpower at the offshore installation have been impossible to predict.
(2). The operating company responsible for the product may also derogate from article 10, paragraph 1, for individuals who are on occasional visits of no more than one day's duration.
(3). The operating company responsible for the product may also derogate from article 10, paragraph 1, for helicopter crews, when these persons otherwise have achieved a knowledge that can be equated with knowledge achieved through participation in a safety course in accordance with § 10.
§ 12. The operating company responsible for the product is not responsible for the persons staying on the offshore installation in relation to public service or duties, comply with section 10.
§ 13. On a permanently manned offshore installations should remain at least one fire-fighting teams on plant composed of persons who are specially trained and trained for this purpose.
(2). Members of the fire-fighting team in accordance with paragraph 1 shall have completed a training in fire fighting containing theoretical and practical training in firefighting, including extinguishing of petroleum fires, as well as the use of respiratory protection apparatus.
(3). Fire-fighting teams in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be led by a fire-fighting leader, in addition to the training referred to in paragraph 2 have completed a training as a brand leader.
(4). Fire Protection Manager should also be familiar with fire hazards and fire extinguishing installations and equipment on offshore installation.
(5). Training in accordance with paragraphs 2 and 3 shall comply with the requirements contained in the STCW 95 Convention or an equivalent training adapted to the conditions at the offshore installation.
Redningsbåds drivers, etc.
§ 14. On a permanently manned offshore installations, there must be a sufficient number of persons who have completed training in the operation of lifeboats, liferafts and rescue boats. The scope and content of training must be adapted to the type of boats and rafts, as the plant is equipped with. The number of persons with the above training shall be determined based on the number and nature of lifeboats, liferafts and rescue boats on board. For each lifeboat contained in preparedness, there must be at least two people with the mentioned training.
(2). Training in accordance with paragraph 1 in the control of the lifeboat and life-raft shall meet the training requirements of the STCW 95 Convention or in other training that can be equated with it.
(3). For each lifeboat to be lead radio, appointment of a person who is able to operate the radio plant.
(4). For each lifeboat shall be appointed a person, who is able to operate the engine and carrying out minor adjustments to this.
(5). On installations with more than ten people on board fixed the boss or his local delegate can not be a person referred to in paragraphs 2 to 4.
(6). The requirements of paragraphs 1 to 4 may be waived in situations where it is clear from the analysis in accordance with the Executive order on evacuation management of health and safety on offshore structures, etc., to the risk of derogation does not increase significantly.
§ 15. When not permanently manned offshore installations staffed, these offshore installations within the scope of section 13 (1) and (2) and section 14, paragraphs 1 to 4.
(2). Paragraph 1 may, however, be waived in situations where it is clear from the risk assessment, in accordance with the Ordinance on the management of health and safety on offshore structures, to the risk of derogation does not increase significantly.
Hazardous substances and materials
§ 16. If on an offshore installation is potential danger to or the presence of hydrogen sulphide (H2S) or other hazardous substances and materials, the occupants have appropriate training in combating the danger, in so far as it appears from the contingency plan. Training must reflect the risk level of the installation concerned, as specified in the safety and health statement, see. Ordinance on the management of health and safety on offshore structures, etc.
§ 17. The operating company responsible for the product must ensure that his or her responsible for the drilling operations have completed a recognised well control course.
(2). The operator must ensure that its representative on offshore installations, where there is drilling site, has completed a course as referred to in paragraph 1.
§ 18. No later than four years after the basic safety course under section 10, paragraph 1, is reviewed, that person participate in a refresher course with the aim to refresh the knowledge of and skills in the qualifications referred to in section 10, paragraph 2.
(2). A person who has completed training in accordance with sections 13 and 14, shall, within four years after the training is completed, participate in refresher courses that are relevant to the function.
(3). Participation in a refresher course in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 must then be carried out with a maximum of four years.
(4). Well control course under section 17 to be refreshed every two years.
(5). Renewed course participation in the courses referred to in § 10 (1), sections 13, 14 or 17, can stand in for refresher course.
Chapter 6 Exercises, etc.
§ 19. The operating company responsible for the product must ensure that with appropriate intervals are held exercises that test the evacuation analysis, see. Ordinance on the management of health and safety on offshore structures, and preparedness.
(2). The exercises, which are referred to in paragraph 1, must be planned, organized and evaluated in order to improve the ability to reduce safety and health risks associated with an emergency.
(3). The planning and organization of the exercises must also include a balance of risk in the performance of the exercises against the purpose referred to in paragraph 2.
§ 20. The operating company responsible for the product must ensure that the training and instruction, so that all occupants can make the necessary efforts in an emergency.
§ 21. Details of past exercises under section 19 shall be recorded. There is not a full practice session at the prescribed time, the circumstances and the extent of the costs appear in the registration exercise.
§ 22. The Danish Energy Agency must be notified in good time of the holding of the contingency exercises by more comprehensive nature.
(2). The Danish Energy Agency can impose on persons covered by offshoresikkerhedslovens §§ 5-9 participate in emergency exercises, which are held by the authorities.
Chapter 7 General provisions of life-saving appliances
§ 23. On an offshore installation, there must be enough suitable rescue funds for emergencies is the possibility of an effective and controlled: 1) rescue of persons who has fallen overboard, and 2) evacuation of all occupants of the aircraft directly to the sea.
(2). Rescue funds must at least be 1) equipped to allow survival in sufficient time, 2) available in sufficient numbers to the number of persons who can be expected to be present on the offshore installation, 3) of a type that is suitable for use on that particular offshore structures, 4) made from solid materials having regard to their life-saving function and the circumstances in which they will be used or stored in the finished State, 5) of an eye-catching colour and fitted with equipment that makes it possible for a user to invoke the attention of rescuers, 6) located on the offshore installation in a way so that the evacuation of all the occupants can be effectively controlled, and 7) and maintained so that they continually meet the requirements of nr. 1-6 (3). Number and location of life-saving appliances, see. (2). 2 and 6, to be determined in evacuation analysis, see. Ordinance on the management of health and safety on offshore structures, etc.
§ 24. On offshore structures, which are classified as movable offshore drilling units, rescue funds under section 23, as a minimum, comply with the latest edition of the MODU code.
(2). Life-saving appliances on removable offshore drilling units built after the 1. January 2001, must, in addition to the requirements referred to in paragraph 1, as a minimum, comply with the additional requirements set out in the annex to this order.
§ 25. On permanently manned fixed offshore installations and mobile offshore units, which are not covered by section 24, rescue funds under section 23 include motor and covered lifeboats.
(2). On mobile offshore units in accordance with paragraph 1 must rescue funds, as a minimum, meet the requirements of the IMO International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, as amended. '
section 26. In cases where permanent manned mobile offshore units are placed next to another permanently manned offshore installations, and there is free movement of persons between the installations, must rescue the funds on facilities overall meet sections 23 and 25.
Chapter 8 auxiliary section 27. When performing drilling activities to one or more auxiliary vessels engage in contingency planning for an offshore facility.
(2). In addition, one or more auxiliary vessels included in preparedness for offshore structures where carried out activities other than drilling activities, if it is clear from the risk assessment in accordance with the Ordinance on the management of health and safety on offshore structures, etc., these activities involve a similar risk to those on Board on the offshore installation.
section 28. In order to be able to engage in contingency planning for an offshore installation, an auxiliary vessel be approved for that purpose by the Danish maritime authority.
(2). An auxiliary vessel can also carry out other tasks to the extent that it does not preclude carrying out emergency tasks.
section 29. While an auxiliary vessel are on alert, it must not anchors, moor or unload more than five minute boat ride from the offshore installation, unless the overall conduct or interests of private or other maritime safety make it necessary.
Chapter 9 the healthcare section 30. On any permanent manned offshore installations operating company responsible for the product must establish a health service, see. However, section 31.
(2). The health service must consist of individuals with health professional training (offshore medics), see. sections 32 and 33, in order to carry out investigating health tasks in so far as it is necessary until the sick or injured can come under treatment in the country.
(3). The number of offshore medics must be adapted to the specific conditions of the offshore installation.
(4). On any permanent manned offshore installations should there be a number of people who have gone through a recognised first aid course, and who do not have other contingency functions in an emergency.
section 31. Where it is considered healthcare securely by offshore medic under section 32, paragraph 1, or of the delegating physician pursuant to section 32, paragraph 2, can health services be common for offshore structures, which is bridged with each other, and where there is free movement of persons between the plants.
section 32. Offshore medic must have approval as a medical doctor in Denmark and permission to independently act as medicinal pursuant to the law on approval of health professionals and health professional activity, see. However, paragraph 2.
(2). If offshore medic not a doctor after paragraph 1, offshore medic only perform tasks to the extent they are delegated to them by a doctor in accordance with Ordinance on authorized health persons, use of an Assistant. The delegating physician must have the approval of a doctor in Denmark and permission to independently act as medicinal pursuant to the law on approval of health professionals and health professional activity.
section 33. An offshore medic must, on the basis of a healthcare assessment, have the necessary competence, including practical experience in the treatment of physical trauma to the extent that is necessary before the injured can come under treatment in the country.
(2). Jurisdiction in accordance with paragraph 1 must be maintained and improved in accordance with the health professional development in society.
§ 34. An offshore medic must have language skills, so that they can communicate as appropriate with the occupants on the offshore installation in order to be able to carry out its task properly.
section 35. Where offshore medic is not a medical practitioner under section 32, paragraph 1, and where consultations with the delegating physician pursuant to section 32, paragraph 2, is not immediately possible, the offshore medic, in emergencies, medical emergencies and the like, make the necessary medication for a total estimate of the ill or injured person's State, indications and contraindications for the use of the medicinal product, etc. In such cases, the offshore medic, as soon as possible, inform the delegating physician pursuant to section 32, paragraph 2, of the medication.
§ 36. To be in the business management system operators conclude a work description that includes the health professional work for offshore medic.
(2). Representatives of the operators business organised cooperation on safety and health must be informed about the work description in accordance with paragraph 1.
section 37. For all activities of health character must offshore medics on offshore installation lead ongoing records. These records must be kept confidential in accordance with the same procedure as in the Danish health care system.
Chapter 10 medicines and medical equipment section 38. On offshore installations shall, on the basis of an assessment by a doctor, be a proper inventory of drugs, disinfectants, first aid technical fabrics, nursing supplies and instruments.
(2). The doctor referred to in paragraph 1 must have the approval of a doctor in Denmark and permission to independently act as medicinal pursuant to the law on approval of health professionals and health professional activity.
(3). There must be provision for proper storage of offshore installation of the inventory referred to in paragraph 1.
(4). An updated list of the inventory under paragraph 1 and a description of any retention requirements for this shall be provided on the offshore installation.
§ 39. Permanently manned offshore installations shall be fitted with suitable weather drawing and cardiopulmonary resuscitation, as well as the necessary AIDS for first aid in emergencies. Equipment and means must be found in sufficient quantity and placed at appropriate spots.
(2). Not permanently manned offshore installations, please visit should be allowed appropriate assistive devices for first aid in case of an accident and at least one of the occupants shall have completed first aid course under section 30, paragraph 4.
Chapter 11 Waiver, punishment, etc.
§ 40. The DEA may, where special circumstances exist, exempt from this Ordinance, when it is deemed reasonable and defensible, as well as safety and health, in so far as it is compatible with the directives are implemented by this order.
(2). When processing an application for a derogation from §§ 32 and 33 and 37-39 to the DEA asking the Health Agency for an opinion.
§ 41. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted for offshoresikkerhedsloven or other legislation, is punishable by a fine anyone who violates sections 3-10, section 13, paragraphs 1 to 4, article 14, paragraphs 1 and 3-5, § 15 (1), sections 16 and 17, § 18, paragraphs 1-4, §§ 19-21, section 22, paragraph 1, article 23, article 24, paragraph 2, article 25, paragraph 1, § § 26-30, § 32, paragraph 2, sections 33 and 34, § 35, 2. PT., and § § 36-39.
(2). For violation of the provisions of paragraph 1, within the framework of offshoresikkerhedslovens § 71 imposed on an employer responsibility, even though the infringement fines not attributable to the employer as the intentional or negligent. It is a condition of fine responsibility that the infringement attributable to one or more persons related to the company or the company as such. For such fine liability determined no alternative custodial penalty.
(3). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter. Offshoresikkerhedslovens § 71, paragraph 3, shall apply mutatis mutandis.
Chapter 12 entry into force, etc.
§ 42. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. January 2011.
(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 688 of 22. June 2006 on preparedness, etc. pursuant to offshoresikkerhedsloven.
(3). Courses in basic security, see. section 10, which is carried out before the 1. July 2008, is valid for a period of four years after the transposition date.
(4). Courses with a content similar to sections 13 and 14 of the members of the fire team, brand managers, redningsbåds drivers, drivers of life-rafts and rescue boats, and which is carried out before the 1. January 2011, is valid for a period of four years after the transposition date.
(5). The operating company responsible for the product until May 1. July 2012 may waive the requirement for the implementation of the practice course in helicopter evacuation, see. section 10, paragraph 2, no. 4, in very special cases where individuals who were engaged in work on offshore structures 1. July 2008, have not been able to implement the whole practice course for health reasons. The health reason must be documented by a doctor's certificate.
(6). For mobile offshore units, which are classified according to the MODU code version from 1979, and as at the date of entry into force of the Decree has a permit to operate pursuant to section 28 of the offshoresikkerhedsloven, see article 24, paragraph 1, only apply when the operating licence shall be renewed, or when required to be obtained pursuant to section 29 of the offshoresikkerhedsloven amendments permit relating to life-saving appliances.
section 43. The international decisions, as referred to in section 13, paragraph 5, article 14, paragraph 2, article 24, paragraph 1, article 25, paragraph 2, and section 42 (6), promulgated in the Official Gazette, but not promulgated by the relevant international resolutions is for viewing with the DEA or the Danish maritime authority.
The Danish Energy Authority, the 15. December 2010 Ib L/Dewi Dylander
Annex 1 additional requirements under section 24, paragraph 2.
The numbering refers to the numbering of the MODU code, Consolidated Edition 2001.
Plain text font indicates text which is translated from the text contained in MODU code, while text with italic font indicates the additional provisions. Where the MODU code text is reproduced, it happens only in order to facilitate understanding of the additional text.
Rescue equipment and events
10.3 Muster and embarkation arrangements for lifeboats and liferafts
1 there shall be landings (resting platforms) in order to ensure proper loading, or where special circumstances make it impossible for the fitting of landings is structurally, other appropriate measures to ensure proper loading.
2 Landings shall be provided with efficient lighting. The surface of the water in their vicinity should also be effectively illuminated. Energy supply for such lighting shall be capable of being delivered from the source of electrical power.
If that cannot be installed through 10.3.8 fixed ladders shall be provided an alternative evacuation means with sufficient capacity for all persons on board can probably get down to the water's surface at no more than 10 minutes from the time the signal to begin is given.
10.4 Launching spots for lifeboats and liferafts Launching spots should be placed at such places, from which it is safe to make the release, bearing in particular should be aware that there is adequate clearance for a clipped the propeller and steeply overhanging portions of the hull as well as the underlying construction. As far as possible launching sites are placed in such a way that the lifeboats and life-rafts may be subject down along a straight side on drilling unit, with the exception of: 1 lifeboats or life-rafts intended for deliberate release by freefall, and
2 lifeboats or liferafts placed on development, ensuring that they are free of lower lying parts of the drilling unit.
10.5 the placing of lifeboats and liferafts
10.5.1. ... 2 so near the surface of the water, as it is safe and practicable. A lifeboat or raft shall be stowed nedfirbar in such a position that the rescue boat or fleet in the embarkation position is not less than 2 metres above the waterline when the drilling unit is located in damaged condition, as described in Chapter 3, or is krænget over to the angle at which the edge of the drilling unit's weather decks are in the water surface, whichever is less.
10.6 Launching and recovery arrangements for lifeboats and liferafts
1 launching arrangements shall be given special consideration in order to ensure that the rescue boat or fleet passes free of underlying structures, etc. in an emergency.
2 Each rescue boat ombordtagningsarrangement must be fitted with a device which ensures that the boat can be hives up on the device with at least 6 people.
10.6.13 regardless of the requirements referred to in regulation III/48.2.6, nedfirings rate cannot be greater than 1 meter per second. The maximum affiringshastighed shall not exceed 1.5 meters per second for man overboard boats, 1.3 metres per second for lifeboats and 1.0 meters per second for rafts.
10.10.1 ... The number of additional lifejackets for persons at work must be at least 50 per cent of the number of persons on board.
10.11 immersion suits
10.11.1. ... At least 3 protective clothing suitable for use for man overboard boat's crew must be located in the vicinity of this.
… For self-raising drilling units must take into account the maximum height above the water and for other drilling units easiest fitness. Lifeline shall be stowed in such a way that the easy and unencumbered can drain out.
10.18 Readiness, maintenance and inspections
10.18.6. ... (2) all engines in lifeboats and rescue boats to run forward and reverse into a single space of at least 3 minutes, if the ambient temperature is above the minimum temperature that is needed to be able to start the engine.
Official notes 1) Ordinance contains provisions that implement elements of Council Directive 89/391/EEC of 12. June 1989 on the introduction of measures to encourage improvements in the safety and health of workers at work, in the official journal of the European communities 1989 nr. L 183, page 1, as amended most recently by the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 2007/30/EC of 20. June 2007, the official journal of the European Union 2007 nr. L 165, page 21, parts of Council Directive 92/91/EEC of 3. November 1992 concerning the minimum requirements for improving the safety and health of workers in the mineral-extracting industries (eleventh individual Directive within the meaning of article 16 (1) of Directive 89/391/EEC), Official Journal 1992 nr. L 348, p. 9, as amended by European Parliament and Council Directive 2007/30/EC of 20. June 2007, the official journal of the European Union 2007 nr. L 165, page 21 and parts of Council Directive 98/24/EC of 7. April 1998 on the protection of workers ' safety and health at work of workers from the risks related to chemical agents, the official journal of the European communities 1998 No. L 131, page 11.