Publication of the amendment of the notification of the Maritime Safety Agency ' s Communication on the premises and equipment, etc., passenger ships in national voyings ;
Notice no. 556 of 26. May 2011 on the Communications of the Maritime and Equipment Technical Statement of ships and equipment, etc., passenger ships at national speed, as amended by notice No 2 ; 873 of 29. July 2011 and procladition no. 968 of 28. September 2012, the following changes are made.
1. Chapter II-1, rule 25-1, ITREAS :
' Rule 25-1 Scope
1 This Title shall apply to the ro-ro passenger ships operating on a permanent home run at a port of a Member State of the European Union, irrespective of the flag of which they are flying :
1.1 New ro-ro passenger ships in class A, B and C shall comply with the specific stability requirements of this Title.
1.2 Existing ro-ro passenger ships in Class A and B shall comply with the specific stability requirements of this section by 1. In October 2010, unless they are decommissioned on this date or a later date, when they have a age of 30 years, but under no circumstances later than 1. October 2015.
2 High-speed passenger craft as defined in Chapter I, rule 2.7 shall not be covered by this Title if they are considered and certified according to the provisions of Chapter I, rule 4.4. ` ;
2. Chapter II-3, rec rooms, etc. , replaced by Chapter II-3, accommospaces, etc. , cf. Annex 1.
3. Chapter XIII, seafarers ' working and living conditions-Syn and certification , as a new chapter, cf. Annex 2.
The announcement will enter into force on the 20th. August, 2013.
Sea Fargo, the Third. July 2013
/ Anne Marie Norle-Poulsen
" Chapter II-3
Spare rooms, etc. 1)
Section I Definitions and so on
Rule 1 Definitions
Except as otherwise provided in specific provisions, the following terms have the following meaning :
1 "New ship." the ship whose refrigeration is laid down, or which is at a corresponding construction stage on or after the date of entry into force of this Convention ; the 20th. August 2013 (MLC 2006's entry into force).
2 "Existing ship" means : Ships that are not "new ship."
3 "seafarers." Includes in this chapter any person, including the master, who, irrespective of the position, is employed or engaged or employed on board a ship.
4 "Officer" : A crew member, other than the master of the master, designated for this function under national law or national rules, or which, if such designation has not taken place, has been designated as such in accordance with one of the following : Agreement or custom.
5 ' Voksen person ` : A person who's 18 years old.
6 "Passenger" : One passenger is any person other than
1) the master and crew members or other persons employed or employed in any capacity as on board a ship ; and
2) Children less than 1 year.
7 "Distinrum" : They are needed for the seafarers and passengers in particular, leeway, lavatories, bathers, bathers, sygerum (hospital), period of time, offices, etc., and also in man-made sapling.
8 Baderum : Baderum in which there are no bathroom facilities, but where there is a bathing facility.
9 "Toilet room" : Bathroom, in which it does not include bathing facilities, but where the toilet is put in place.
Rule 2 Scope
1 The provisions contained in this Chapter shall apply, unless expressly expressly provided for all new passenger ships.
Rule 3 Dispensation and equivalence
1 Exemptions to the requirements of this chapter may be granted only where this is expressly permitted in this chapter and only in the context of special circumstances, the reasons for which such exemptions are justified and subject to the protection of the protection of the products ; the health and safety of seafarers.
2 After consulting the relevant organisations for shipowners and seafarers, the Danish Maritime Agency may exempt ships of less than 200 gross tonnage where this is reasonable, taking into account the size of the ship and the number of persons on board ; relationship to the requirements of the following provisions in this chapter.
2.1 Special sanitary facilities (rule 15)
2.2 Vaskerifacilities (Rule 16)
2.3 Floor chasspace in sleep to seafarers with a bunk (Rule 9.3.1)
2.4 The following point relating to door area only (general 9.3.6)
3 In ships where there is a need for no discrimination to take into account seafarers of different and seals religious and social customs, the Maritime Agency may, after consulting the relevant organisations of shipowners and seafarers, allow reasonable deviations ; from this standard on the condition that the result of these deviations is not superior features that are less favorable than those resulting from the application of this standard.
Title II Shipship of the Shipto
Regulation 4 Apprees, Building and Orion
1 the location, access, construction and placement of other rooms must be such that safe safety, protection against weather and sea, isolation from heat, cold and noise shall be ensured ; 2) -and air pollution from other rooms.
2 Soverum shall be placed in the amidships or astern, and no part of a dorm must be placed under the top lorry sleeve. We must not, under any circumstances, be placed in front of the collision bulkhead and not in times where work is carried out on a regular basis, which is causing a lot of noise.
3 In exceptional cases, where the ship ' s size, type or use makes the position of the dorms of midships or aft inappropriate, it may be permitted to be affixed to the front, but never before the collision bulkhead. In passenger ships, it may be possible, subject to satisfactory lighting and ventilation, to be permitted to be placed under the top lorry sleeve of the upper loading.
4 The safe space must be placed as far as it is considered reasonable, from the space in which there is significant noise, such as spaces for propulsion machinery, auxiliary machinery, steering gear and deck machinery, and from spaces in which strong heat or cold can occur and may not be placed directly above the prop;.
5 From the galley and the esophagus, there must be no direct access to the toilets and the Baderum.
6 There may not be direct openings to the dorm from cargo and machinery spaces and spaces in which strong heat or cold or from galysses, storage rooms, drying rooms, caps, storage rooms, storage rooms, storage rooms, storage rooms, drying rooms, drying rooms, washing rooms, drying rooms, washing rooms, drying rooms, washing rooms, drying rooms, washing rooms, drying rooms, washing rooms, drying rooms, and sanitary areas (lavatories and bathers rooms) intended for more than 2 persons. The part of a bulkhead separating these places from dorm and exterior bulkheads shall be effectively constructed of steel or any other approved material and be water and air-set, in addition, they must be adequately insulated as well as heat and heat ; and cold.
7 Main steam pipe and sewage pipelines for games and similar machinery must not have been carried out through the accommodates or through times that lead to accommodates.
Rule 5-Reliving room rules
Rule 5.1 Height of lounge
1 There must be sufficient free height in all accommodates and times to seafarers. The minimum allowable free height must be allowed in accommospace for seafarers, where full and free movement is necessary, not be less than 203 cm ; .
2 The Danish Maritime Authority may allow limited reduction of the free height in a place or part of a place in such accommodation where the competent authority finds it satisfied that such a reduction shall :
2 (a) is reasonable,
2 (b) will not cause nuisance to the seafarers ;
Regulation 5.2 Isolation of the accommodating room
1 The crew rooms in personnel must be isolated in order to prevent condensation or overheating.
2 The spaces and passages leading to accommodates shall be insulated from the heat transmission from machinery casing, compartment spaces and other spaces in which heat transmission may occur and heat transmission from steam and heat transmission and from the influence of the space being chilled.
Rule 5.3 Materials
1 The materials used for the construction of ceilings, internal bulkheads, panels and records shall : be suitable for the purpose and assistance in ensuring a healthy environment must be of approved, obedient material which does not pose a risk to irclothing and a surface which is easy to clean.
1.1 If they are painted, have been kept in bright colors with a viable surface and shall be renewed or repaired when necessary. Stir, cables and canals must be covered with garnering plates as far as possible.
2 Deaf and pluned boards or any other kind of design that may lead to risk of non-clothing may not be used.
3 In all quarters, the door must be of approved material and design, and the surface must be impenetrable of humidity and easy to clean.
4 The transition between scootch / murmurs and doorbell shall be without a fissure.
5 There must be proper lighting and adequate drainage, (sinn) of water from both the condensation and fire extinguishing. In times and larger spaces, water from fire extinguishing must rapidly be diverted.
Rule 5.4 Gange, stairways and doors
1 The width of the accesses to the accommodates must in general not be less than 90 cm, measured between the limitation bulkheads.
2 In general, the Trapper shall have a minimum width of at least 80 cm between the limit bulkheads and have a suitable increase, and at least on the one hand be fitted with hand-lists.
3 Fire cabinets, ventilation ducts, cables, and so on may be permitted on the limits of the limits and stairways when it is estimated that they will not cause the passage of the passage. However, there must be no less than a 60 cm free pass.
3.1 In short, closed times and associated staircases normally only used by 1 or 2 persons, the width may be reduced by the width of the width, but not less than 60 cm.
3.2 Doors 3) that allow access to shared accommospace, in general ; 4) have a width that is not less than 90 cm measured as a chanting target in the block.
3.3 Doors giving access to chambers and the like, shall generally not have a width less than 75 cm measured as a fissure target in the block.
3.4 In the case of doors to individual chambers, or doors which in general are only to be used by a person, a 3-inch door width can be used.
3.5 Doors giving access to toilets or Baderum must not generally have a width less than 60 cm.
4 The height of the door opening shall be at least 1,88 m above the covers of the tyre.
Regulation 5.5 Transitional conditions 5)
1 Each level from every room or group of spaces shall be two or more, as far from each other as possible, as far as possible. At least 2 exits must be from each accommodation section.
2 The exits must be placed in such a way that a fire on the floor of a floor cannot be blocked by a person on another level.
3 One of the exits may be an emergency exit through a hatch / door or a coiling / window to which the following requirements are requested :
3.1 A luge or door to free decks shall have a minimum minimum of 0,60 x 0,60 m.
3.2 The hatch or door must be opened from the inside directly without the use of key or tool. From the point of departure or the door may also be open directly, however, it is permissible for hand-taking or other decor to be aflame at a central location, for example on the bridge. The hatch or door shall not bear any hinge lakes.
3.3 A coeye or window used for emergency exit must have a minimum clearing of 0.60 m in diameter for cooks and 0.60 m on the narrow window of windows.
3.4 If access to the emergency exit is through separate spaces (steering gear, other chambers or like), doors to such spaces shall not be unlocked unless they are equipped with a particle that can be removed from the direction of escape.
3.5 The necessary tenants, steps and buoys must be fitted to facilitate access by the emergency exit.
3.6 Appropriate places, such as doors, sparkle emme, on windows / coys and so on are marked with pictogram for an emergency exit in accordance with the Notifications from the Maritime Maritime Agency A, Chapter 8 (A).
Regulation 6 Ventilation
1 spaces and corridors that lead to accommospaces and workspaces where the crew shall carry out work longer at a time, for example, radiorum and machine room manoeuvre, shall be ventilated in such a way as to ensure that there is a sufficient air change when the doors, coys, skylights and the like are closed. The same applies to navigation rooms, except for wheelhouse in ships with a gross tonnage of less than 500.
1.1 If the air has been replaced exclusively by natural ventilation, the opening of the doors shall have a free flow area of at least 30 cm ; 2 for each person the room is intended for.
2. On ships with a gross tonnage of 200 or more, the ventilation shall be mechanical and the air shift must meet the following requirements :
2.1 Ventilation of sleeping, esophageum, period of time, offices, radiorum, breadcrumb and similar working rooms, other than wheelhouses of less than 500 gross tonnage shall be carried out by air, corresponding to 6 outlets in the hour.
2.2 The air transport can be done via the ventilation duct in doors to corridors equipped with the return air channel or straight to free air.
2.3 Recolation of up to 50% of the air supply may be permitted provided that the toilet and bathers room are fitted with separate mechanical means. However, the free-air supply to the dorm must be at least 30 cubic metres per litre. Hour per hour the person the room is intended for.
2.4 The winding-up soles must be affixed in an appropriate manner in the direction of the space presumations and must not give rise to the general characteristics of a bunk.
3 On ships with a gross tonnage of 200 or more, the toilet and bathers room shall be ventilated by a separate exhaust system for free air. The exhaust system must be sized for 10 air changes per hour. The air access to the toilet and bathers room with access from an adjacent living room can pass through the door from this.
4 The ventilation system must be in operation during the ship ' s operation. Maintenance of the mechanical ventilation system shall be ensured by means of the necessary spare parts ; 6) or in another satisfactory manner.
5 Ventilation and air-conditioning facilities must be equipped with suitable filters at air intake and taking into account the specific characteristics of the sea at sea, and shall not cause generating noise or vibrations.
Rule 7 Heating
1 In all ships, adequate heating must be provided for the accommocodings by means of suitable heating systems.
2 The system that warms the living space of seafarers must be in operation all the time when seafarers live and work on board, and conditions make this necessary. Capacity must be sufficient to maintain an ambient temperature of at least 20 in all circumstances ; . "C."
3 In all ships requiring a heating system, the heating should be carried out using hot water, hot air, electricity, steam or equivalent. However, ladies and in the areas of residence, steam must not be used as a medium for heat transmission.
4 Radiators and other heating appliances shall be positioned, and if necessary, cut off in order to avoid the risk of fire, danger and discomfort for the inhabitants.
5 Electric ovens and gas heating ovens must be of approved type. 7)
Rule 8 Lighting
1 The safe room must be properly informed.
2 Soverum, daytime, esophageum, leisure, and sygerum must be lit by daylight. However, this does not apply to hobbies rooms and similar spaces. The light of day must be such that it is possible in clear weather to read ordinary press all over the room, where normally there is a normal presence. However, in passenger ships special information may be permitted.
3. In all ships, accommospaces must be fitted with electric lighting so that it provides the highest possible yield to the persons residing in space.
3.1 In the sleep, there must be an electric reading lamp at the head of each bunk.
4 The following shall be determined as a guideline for the illumination of the illumination of the artificial lighting, the following shall be fixed :
4.1 Soverum and separate dayrooms :
4.1.a) Albut lighting 50 lux
4.1.b) Lighting on tables where reading and writing are taken, 200 lux
4.2 Servlet space and time period :
4.2.a) Albut lighting 50 lux
4.2.b) Lighting tables 150 lux
4.2.c) Lighting on tables where reading and writing, games and others will take place, 200 lux
4.3 Baderrooms and toilets :
4.3.a) Albut lighting 50 lux
4.3.b) On Mirrors 200 lux
4.4 Prisoner and stairways :
4.4.a) Albut lighting 50 lux
For other purposes, non-abovementioned spaces and equivalence to the above lighting forces may be used by Danish Standard 8) Recommended lighting forces.
5 Almen lighting must be measured in the horizontal plane 0,85 m above the door.
Rule 9 Direction of dorm and m ..
Rule 9.1 Soverum
1 If the possibility of sleeping on board ships is required, the following requirements shall apply to :
2 In ships with a 3000 tonnage or more, the chief of machinery and the chief engineer shall have an adjacent accommospace or dayroom in addition to their dorm.
3 The number of persons in a dorm must not exceed 3.
4 Each of the officers must have their own dorm.
5 There must be separate dormitory for men and women.
6 Any sleeping chamber must be such as to ensure the equilibility and ease of manhood and easy to keep.
7 The sleep of the seafarers shall : , in the case of more than 1 person in a room, so as to the extent possible, that guards are separated and that a seafarers working during the day do not share rooms with people who are outside the usual day shift (so as to avoid concoction).
8 Extending open deck must be protected, and in ships with a gross tonnage of 100 or more, there must not be left open for open decks only.
9 Any sleeping chamber shall : out outside the door, in a clear way, to be marked,
1) the number of persons for which it is calculated and approved and
2) have been specified with whom room is intended for.
Rule 9.2 Cats
1 In any case, there must be a separate eye for each seafarers.
2 The internal dimensions of a bunk-eyed target shall be at least 1,98 m x 0,80 m.
3 Adds must not be placed immediately next to each other.
4 More than two bunks shall not be placed above each other. The distance between the coils between the coils, as well as between the top bunk bottom and the underside of the ceiling dressing shall not be less than 0,75 m. The base of the metal must be at least 0,30 m above the door.
5 Cats may not be placed on the ship as far as possible. Where such an exceptional measure is necessary, only one bunk shall be affixed only if there is a cot above the cot.
6 The clocks shall be made from wood or other material which must be hard, smooth, non-corrosive, and shall not result in a risk of non-clothing. In the case of pipes, these must be completely closed so that they cannot give sojours to unclothing.
7 The cocks shall be equipped with the springmats or flocks and mattresses of the generally recognized type. The mattress must not contain any material in which an outlet can be discharged.
8 If a bunk is placed above a different bunk, a dust-tight bottom must be mounted under the bottom of the bunk of the top of the bunk or a floatedbottom.
Rule 9.3 Deachal
Deachaal must in sleep have at least the following size :
1 In sleep to seafarers with a bunk, the doorbell shall not be under :
1 (a) 4.5 m 2 in ships with a gross tonnage of less than 3 000 ;
1 (b) 5,5 m 2 in ships with a gross tonnage of 3 000 or more, but less than 10 000 ;
1 (c) 7 m 2 in ships with a gross tonnage of 10 000 or more ;
2 However, the Maritime Agency may allow a less door area to obtain individual seats on passenger ships with a gross tonnage of less than 3000 gross tonnage.
Soverum to seafarers who do not perform as ship officer
3 Passenger ships must not be less than : the floor of passenger ships of the ship ' s vessels not less than :
3 (a) 7.5 m 2 in rooms where 2 people are inhabitable ;
3 (b) 11.5 m 2 in rooms where 3 people are inhabitable ; ,
Soverum without private daytime for seafarers performing as ship officer
4 On passenger ships seafarers shall have to carry out tasks as a ship officer, where there is no private dayroom, have a usable area per area per year. person for junior officers must be at least 7,5 m, 2 and for senior officers at least 8.5 m 2 . Juniors must be understood as operating at an operational level, and senior officers at management level,
5 The master, the chief engineer and the chief engineer, must have an adjacent day room or a similar additional space in addition to their dorm. Ships with a gross tonnage of less than 3 000 of the Sea Fartboard shall be exempted from this requirement after consulting the relevant organisations for shipowners and seafarers,
6 The doorway that is absorbed by fixed furniture, such as cooks, closets, commants, tables and benches, shall be included in the abovementioned door rods. Small 9) or inappropriate areas which are not available for free movement and which cannot be used for the placement of equipment shall not be included.
Regulation 9.4 Inventar
1 For each resident, the furniture must include a shelf with a shelf and bending bar with a minimum 1,5 m free height, with sufficient space ; (minimum 475 litres) and a drawer or equivalent space of at least 56 litres. If the drawer is a part of the wardrobe, the wardrobe shall have a minimum volume of 500 litres. The closet must be fitted with a shelf and must be able to be locked with a separate key of the tenant in order to ensure the privacy of the person ;
2 The inventory shall consist of at least of :
2 (a) A table and table seats for the number of persons the room is intended for.
2 (b) Mirror, little cabinets for toilet trips, bookshelves, and an appropriate knagarage.
2 (c) Kooks in dorm must be fitted with curtains.
2 (d) At least one cabinet or drawer for each person must be lockable with a separate key.
Regulation 9.5 Skabe for work clothes
1 In ships with a gross tonnage of 75 or more, outside the dorms, one or more well-ventilated closets may be provided with the appropriate size and the orientation for work leather, rain clothes, sea boots and the like.
Rule 10 Spiserum
1 The esopoesophagus shall be comfy in relation to sleeping rooms and cabin spaces.
2 Siserum must be sufficiently large and comfortable and be properly furnished and equipped (including continuous access to refreshments ), taking into account the number of seafarers which may at all times be expected to use them. The need for separate or common spesophagus facilities shall be taken as appropriate.
3 The feroesophagus gold area must be at least 1,0 m. 2 for each person who is to use space. For the calculation of the gold area, the place to be absorbed by table tables, benches and chairs can be counted.
4 The esophagus features may be common (for officers and dams and machine people) or separate. This decision shall be taken after consulting representatives of the seafarers and the shipowners and without prejudice to the approval of the Maritime Maritime Agency. Factors such as the size of the ship and the seafarers of seafarers must be taken into account.
5 If the seafarers are to have separate esophagus facilities, there should be a separate esophagus for :
5 (a) master and officers, and
5 (b) Underofficers and other seafarers.
6 In ships with a gross tonnage of less than 250, the galley space shall be used as a leeway for the crew.
7 In ships with a gross tonnage of 3000 gross tonnage or more, separate esophagus shall also be provided for restauration and service personnel if its quantity exceeds 4.
7 (a) If, in the event of negotiation with the respective shipots and personnel organisations, the provisions of paragraph 1 shall be subject to the rules laid down in paragraph 1. 4 and 7 depart.
8 In ships where no separate esophagus is not required, the galley or other appropriate place must be found in the galley and seating where the crew can eat and suitable containers for victualling and eating equipment must be available.
9 The esophagus shall be equipped with tables and approved fixed or fixed seats in such a number that the members of the crew, room for which the room is determined may take their meals at the same time. On ships that result in special personnel to repair and similar, it is acceptable that they do not eat at the same time as the crew.
10 The table must be at least 0,6 feet for each seating position at the tables.
11 There must be adequate facilities for the storage of services, as well as outside the esophagus or the oesophagus and the cleaning of the service must be provided.
12 The surface of tables and seating positions must be easy to keep and resistant to the refury and moisture.
13 In ships with a gross tonnage of 250 or more, there shall be no time :
13 (a) Access to a suitable refrigerated refrigeration room corresponding to the number of persons using the oesophagus or the oesophagus. The space content shall be at least 10 litre per 1. person up to 10 people and 5 litre per litre ; person for each additional person ;
13 (b) Opportunity to get warm drinks and the possibility of hypothermia with a cold drinking water.
14 The Danish Maritime Agency may authorize such deviations from the provisions of paragraph 1. 1, 3, 8 and 9 contained rules concerning oesophagus, which are necessary for the special conditions on board passenger ships.
Rule 11 Kabysrum and supplies of supplies
1 In all ships, the stove must be located in a separate room, which, however, in ships with a gross tonnage of less than 200 may also be used as an oesophagus for the crew.
2 The room must be of the appropriate size and be well-informed and ventilated. The stove must be placed on the stove with the trigger-pipe to the free.
3 The stove must be suitably set and secured. The wood must be protected from ignition. The use of wood should be avoided as far as possible on hygiene grounds.
4 In the galley, there must be an approach to drinking water through a plumbing system. There must be no bottling shane for sea water.
5 The compartment shall be equipped with the necessary washwasher washing, and there must be a drain on the door. Scots and knocks must be of a material that is impenetrable to water and easy to clean. The inventory, cabinet, tables and drawers must be of materials which are easy to clean and which are hygienic. Ordinary blended wood of chieftain and plow boards must not be used.
6 It must be appropriate and adequate the storage of provisions for the storage of supplies and refrigeration and freezing devices for perishable foodstuffs.
Rule 12 Outside Space / Refunned Area
1 All ships shall have one or more seats on an open deck which the seafarers shall have access to when they are free and which are sufficiently large in relation to the ship ' s size and the number of seafarers on board.
2 In ships with a gross tonnage of 8000 or more, where appropriate and where appropriate, the pool of water must be deposited with a pool of water.
Rule 13 Exempts
1 In ships of a gross tonnage of 250 or more, but less than 8000, appropriate situated and suitable equipped space intended for stay during free time for the crew shall be located and suitable equipped. The inventory in these spaces shall include a book of accounts and furniture that provides for reading, writing and games.
2 In ships of less than a thousand gross tonnage, such spaces may be omitted provided that the oesophagus or oesophagus is so dimensioned, furnished and adjusted that they are suitable for stay during leisure time. The total floor space must be at least twice the space required for the area.
3 In ships of a thousand gross tonnage and more, it shall be subject to the possibility of the introduction of a canteen in the planning of time periods and oesopoesophagus.
4 In ships with a gross tonnage of 8000 or more, there must be a smoke room ; 10) or medical serum ; a space for other recreational employment, including gymnastics and other physical activity, must also be provided. In one of the rooms, it must be a possibility to watch movies or television.
Rule 14 Toilets and Baderum
1 All seafarers must, on the ship, have convenient access to sanitary facilities which meet minimum health and hygiene standards and decent standards for comfort, in that there must be separate sanitary facilities for men and women.
2 In all ships, the toilet and bathers room, conveniently situated in relation to sleep and other accommospaces shall be located.
3 In all ships of a gross tonnage of 250 or more, for each of the groups officers and other personnel, at least 1 toilets and 1 showers for each of 6 persons or less shall be disregarded by persons who are disconnected from their sleeping quarters ; have their own bathers room in hand wash, shower and toilet. If female personnel are employed on board, sanitary devices must be found separately for this staff.
4 Whatever it is in paragraph 1. At least 14.2, the following shall be at least the following number of separate toilets, as they usually include in the 14 required separate lavatories :
4.1 In ships with a gross tonnage of 500 gross tonnage or more, but less than 800 : 3.
4.2 In ships with a gross tonnage of 800 or more, but less than 3000 gross tonnage : 4.
4.3 In ships with a gross tonnage of 3000 gross tonnage or greater than : 6.
5 All toilets should be of an approved model and equipped with plenty of water for rinsing or using a different suitable method of washing, such as air, which at all times is available and can be checked independently. Every toilet room must be equipped with sinks hot and cold freshwater.
6. Each Baderum must be equipped with at least 1 shower for each of 6 people or less and 1 wash for each 3 person or less room is intended for. Hand wash shall be of the appropriate size and made of stainless steel, porcelain or other approved material.
6.1 In ships with a gross tonnage of 500 or more, all officers in connection with their dorm must have separate Baderum equipped with a toilet and showers and wash with hot and cold freshwater.
7 In all Baderum there must be a sufficient approach of hot and cold freshwater.
8 The following requirements shall also apply to Toilets and Baderum :
8.1 The door shall be of approved and durable material which is easy to clean, impenetrable for water and equipped with necessary drains, without the need for a carvaswash in separate toilets.
8.2 The forests must be dense and carried out of steel or other approved material and shall be impenetrable for water.
8.3 The rooms must be defensible and warmed. Baderum must have separate heating if they are not surrounded by warmed rooms or otherwise provided adequate heating.
8.4 The Joint Persons shall, where they are certainly more than 2 people, must be separated from the dormitory and bathers room. From sleeping quarters, there must not be direct access to the lavatories or bathers for more than 2 people.
8.5 Toilets must be sufficiently shielded from one another.
Rule 15 Sarted Sanitary facilities
1 In ships with a gross tonnage of 250 or more, the presence of the navigating bridge must be found in a separate bathroom with rinatory hot and cold freshwater.
2 In ships of a thousand gross tonnage or more, in the convenient proximity of the machinery space, a washroom bathroom with rinatory hot and cold fresh freshwater must be found in the vicinity of the machinery space provided that such equipment is not installed in the vicinity of the machinery control centre.
3 In ships of a thousand gross tonnage or more other than ships in which one-or two-man bathers is found for the crew in the machinery department, there must, for the crew employed in the engine room, there is a dressing room, located outside of the engine room but easily accessible and equipped with a wardrobe of each member of the crew and with hand wash and showers with hot and cold freshwater.
Rule 16 Vaskeritionilties
1 In ships with a gross tonnage of 200 or more, there must be room for clothing washing with abundant approach of hot and cold freshwater and drying and ironing clothes to a degree that corresponds to the size of the crew and the normal duration of the journey.
2 The equipment must include :
2.1 Washing machines.
2.2 Dry cutter or properly heated and ventilated drying rooms.
2.3 Stryge and an ironing board or something like that.
3 Vash and drying rooms must be appropriately located in relation to the accommopods.
Rule 17 Drilwater Sancto
1 Fast-integrated drinking water tanks must have kofferdam to tanks that can be used for other liquids, oil and the like. However, the victim may be omitted from tanks only intended for seawater. The ship ' s side of the laced water line must not be restricted to a drinking water smell in nided vessels.
2 The drinking water tanks must have the necessary manholes, and they must be accessible as far as possible for both the outside and on the inside. If their building and its size are not accessible to their internal, they must be provided with an adequate number of sewage holes. Manholes and / or puseholes and their covers must be so designed to prevent the accumulation of impurities above the covers.
2 (a) Mandecovers and sealas must be fitted to the carm at least 50 mm high and be marked "Drinking water stink".
2 (b) All the steel in drinking water tanks must be a fulcrum. All interior surfaces, including surfaces in smaller containers, must have an appropriate surface treatment approved by the Maritime Service, by other health authorities accepted by the Maritime Agency, or by recognised organisations in : according to accepted standards.
2 (c) No tubing must be entered in other pipe systems through drinking water tanks.
2 (d) The tanks must be able to be emptied, either by suction from the lowest point of the tank or by a bottom screw.
3 Airpipe and filling pipe intended for tanks must be carried up in defensive high deck, minimum 400 mm above deck. The gast of the air shall be so as to be so that impurities cannot enter the tanks on this road. Padding pipes must be fitted with covers which must not be allowed to be confused with covers for other purposes.
4 Drinking water tanks must be fitted with stand-pipe or other approved hoisting device designed to ensure that the water is not in the same way as a result of the water contamination. If the bearing on the hoof-cane or the tape is fitted, the closure of the closure must be unlocked, for example, with padlock, for example, and the "Drinking Water Reek" must be marked.
5 Drinking water tanks shall be fitted with at least two air pipes equipped with a mesh of meshed nets in the case of ventilation.
6 Pumps must be of the membrane or centrifugal type or any other purpose-stolen type that does not require the lubrication of the parts connected to drinking water.
7 The pipe system must not be connected to any other pipe systems in the ship, and only materials and components are suitable for the purpose (e.g. VA Approved 11) ). If the pipelines for the drinking water system are labelled, the marking must be in accordance with the standards in force in force. Blink wires on main wiring must be equipped with a barrage at the main wire.
7 (a) If a sprinkler system is designed so that it can take water from FW tanks and / or the FW piping system, ensure that no SW contamination cannot be done to the FW system.
7 (b) At the time of death, any freeze may be insufficiently isolated or otherwise secured against freezing. Pipes of drinking water may not be carried through tanks intended for other liquids with the exception of sea water.
8 If fresh water generators and similar devices are installed, the seawater from freshwater generators and similar devices shall be positioned by all the off-off from the ship.
9 Where water has been added to the drinking water plant, but prior to this being used, a chemical and bacteriological analysis of drinking water tests must be carried out from the plant.
10 The water samples, one of which must be from the galley, must have been taken from a recognized laboratory (for example, the food control) and analysed by a recognized laboratory. The approval for the Maritime Management Board will be the laboratory analysis report for chemical and bacteriological analysis and conclusions.
11 In the case of the contamination of the drinking water plant, an disinfection carried out under the Health Board ' s instructions for disinfection shall be carried out by the cleaning of the drinking water rod and the drinking water deletion in ships.
Regulation 17.1 Testing for drinking water
It must be ensured that the drinking water on board (which is used for human consumption) is a satisfactory quality suitable for the purpose. This must be able to be documented by means of regular analyses measured against international standards.
Rule 18. Hire-cutter.
In ships with a gross tonnage of 150 or more and more than half an hour during the period of time, an appropriate place must be situated at an appropriate place of suitable type (see. the requirements for a Heysebay in Annex to the Communications from the Maritime Management Board A, Chapter IX, Section B. B. Disease treatment and medicines on board ships.
Rule 19 Actors
1 All ships shall be provided with separate offices or a common ship ' s office for the use of the deck and machine departments. Ships with a gross tonnage of less than 3 000 of the Sea Fartboard shall be exempted from this requirement after consultation with the relevant organizations for shipowners and seafarers.
2 The rooms must have a gold area of at least 6 m. 2 as far as possible, the approach of the daylight and the furnishing of the furniture and equipment for office use.
Rule 20 Cleaning and monitoring
1 Spacing rooms must be kept in clean and proper conditions. Cleaning is to be carried out daily. They may be used only for goods or supplies which belong to them or to whom the room is intended.
2 Disinfection shall be disinfected as necessary, in the case of any infectious disease on board.
3 The shelter rooms in which clothes are found shall be cleaned and disinfected without delay.
4 The master or the person who delegated this task shall, together with one or more members of the crew, inspect all accommodating spaces with a maximum of a week or so of each other.
5 The result of such a result must be in the book of ships, where such a thing exists and otherwise in the appendix folder, .
Title III Passenger residence
Rule 21 Passenger's whereabouts, etc.
1 The following rules in Title II, the definitions and provisions laid down in Title II, shall apply regardless of the gross tonnage and equivalent use of the ship, provided that the following conditions are not otherwise specified below :
Rule five placement, building, and decoration, except for paragraph 1. 5.1.4
Regulation 6.2 Isolating the accommodating room
Rule 6.3 Materials
Regulation 7 Ventilation
Rule 8 Heating
Rule 9.2, Cottys (minimum objectives)
Rule 16, the height of accommospace, etc.
Rule 17 Gange and stairways and doors
Rule 22 Beligdity
1 Co-premises may not be placed in superstructures which are not permanent in nature and nor in the face of the collision bulkhead or on the deck below which is below what is below the waterline at the maximum depth of depth. In the case of new ro-ro passenger ships, passenger compartment passenger compartment must not be placed under ro-ro deck covered (bulkhead deck). In addition, reference is made to the requirements for evacuation in Chapter II-2-Exit routes / escape routes, additional ro-ro passenger ships.
2 Passengers may not be placed in rooms that are not approved here.
3 Soverum shall be appropriately separated from adjacent spaces, just as they must be provided with a clear indication of the largest number of people they are intended for.
Regulation 23 Establishment of passenger numbers in the individual spaces
1 Passenger ships passing over more than one night :
1.1 There must be lexor, or approved flats for all passengers.
1.2 The number of persons in sleep shall be determined by divides the free door area of the dorm with 1,1 m ; 2 . Where sleeping with separate baths, or baths and bathrooms, can be included in the calculation of the person count. Regular door chareels, where length and width are less than 0,6 m, shall not be taken into account in the calculation. A bruseniche that has the specified minimum targets may be part of the area that is set in the free area.
1.3 In the case of open decks for access to passengers, in addition to the space provided for in Regulation 23.2, at least 0,5 m must be found ; 2 a free deck space for each passenger. In the calculation of this, the parts of the tyre shall be deducting where passengers are not comfortable or sit.
2 Passenger ships in a hurry which does not extend beyond 1 night :
2.1 Ships at night speed, that is, Time to speed between $22.00 and 0600, of more than six hours, must have closed rooms for all passengers.
2.2 The passenger number in other spaces other than sleeping shall be fixed as the smallest of the figures :
2.2.1 The door area-measured in m 2 -on which passengers can stay, that is to say. with the deduction of the server and access to them, and to the exits and the like, divided by 0,85 m ; 2 .
2.2.2 It was, in Regulation 126.96.36.199, multiplied by the middle-height measured in the space measured from the surface of the tyre to the sub-edge of the cover beam or their clothing, divided by 1,9 m 3 .
2.2.3 The number of seats in the room.
2.3 The number of persons in sleep shall be determined by dividiating the free door area of the dorm with 0,85 m. 2 . Where sleeping with a separate baths, or baths and bathrooms, this free door area may be taken into account by the person ' s count. Unregular door surfaces, where length and width are less than 0,6 m, shall not be taken into account in the calculation.
2.4 The Maritime Agency may authorise deviations from the provisions of rule 23.2.2 and 23.2.3 in the period 1. May to 30. September.
3 Passenger ships at day rate :
3.1 For ships at a daily rate, that is to say : speed not exceeding 6 hours within the time of time between : 2,85 m each passenger must be calculated for each passenger ; 2 free door area in closed spaces that are not dormitory ; however, this room must not be calculated for more passengers than seat seats for which are seating.
3.2 In the case of any Transition, the provisions of rule 23.2.3.
3.3 In time from 1. May to 30. In addition, in the case of passengers, other than the authorised number of passengers may be authorised to authorize passengers on a free deck, in which at least 0,55 m shall be authorised ; 2 tyre area for each passenger. In the calculation of the passenger number, the space required for the ship ' s navigation, etc. including the handling and embarkation of the rescue and all parts of the tyre on which passengers are not conveniently able to sit or stand, shall be deducting.
3.4 In ships or vessels with tyres, where it is in time from 1. May to 30. September shall allow passengers on the free deck, as indicated above, to enclosed spaces to at least 1/6 of the maximum authorised passenger number.
Rule 24 Toilets
1 There must be 1 lavatory and 1 wash for each 50 passengers or started part of this number.
2 The toilets must be properly protected from the sea and by weather and have the necessary udging devices.
3 All the toilets must be well lit and ventilated.
The provisions of Regulation No 24.1-24.3 shall not apply to open vessels.
Rule 25 Movement-of persons
1 Where practicable, appropriate measures shall be taken on the basis of the following guidelines for the safe entry of persons with reduced mobility to all passenger ships in class A, B, C and D, and all ; high-speed passenger craft used for public transport and if refrigeration is laid, or which are at a similar design stage on 1. October 2004 or later.
1.1 IMO circular 735 (MSC735) of 24. In June 1996 concerning the recommendations on the design and operation of passenger ships, so that they meet the needs of elderly people and the needs of disabled people.
1.2 The ship shall be constructed and equipped in such a way that a persons with reduced mobility may be readily and safely on board or from desks and secured access to the different tyres either without assistance or by means of ramps, lifting platforms or elevators. Signage shall be set up by reference to such access facilities at the ship ' s other entries and other appropriate locations on the whole ship.
1.3 The signposts intended to guide passengers on the ship must be accessible and easy to read for persons with reduced mobility (including those with Sensory handicaps) and must be set up in central places.
1.4 There must be funds on board visually and verbally to communicate messages about, for example, delays, shipping changes and services on board with reduced mobility of persons with different forms of mobility.
1.5 Alarm systems and buttons must be accessible to and shall be able to alert all persons with reduced mobility, including those with sensory handicaps and people with an IQ cap.
1.6 Gelenders, corridors and corridors, doorways and doors must be accessible to a person in a wheelchair. Lifts, car tyres, passenger salons, facilities and lavatories must be designed in such a way as to be available in a reasonable manner and shall be provided in a reasonable manner to persons with reduced mobility.
2 The Maritime Service shall cooperate with and consult organisations representing persons with reduced mobility, on the implementation of the rules of regulation 25.1.
3 In the case of the conversion of passenger ships in class A, B, C and D and high-speed craft used for public transport, and if refrigeration is laid or which are at a similar design stage before 1. In October 2004, the guidelines of regulation 25.1 are used to the extent that it is economically reasonable and practicable. '
Seafarers ' working and living conditions-Syn and certification
Section A Scope, definitions etc.
Rule 1 Scope
1 This chapter shall apply only to the ships flying Danish flag in the Communication D, Chapter 1, Chapter 1, of Chapter 1.
Rule 2 Definitions
1 For the purposes of these provisions, unless expressly provided for in particular, the following definitions shall apply :
(a) "New ship" means the ship whose refrigeration is laid, or which is at a corresponding construction stage, or after the 20th of August 2013.
(b) "Existing ship" : Ship that is not a new ship
Section B Syn and certificates
Rule 3 Approval and views of seafarers ' working life and living conditions
(a) The approval and inspection of vessels in respect of enforcement of the provisions of these regulations shall be carried out by the Sea Fartboard. However, the Maritime Maritime Management Board may assign approval, vision and issuance of certificates in accordance with the rules of this chapter to public institutions or other organisations (including in another Member State, if this is agreeable), The Maritime Maritime Service recognizes as responsible and independent. The Maritime Agency shall be fully responsible for the inspections and certification of the work and living conditions of the seafarers in question on ships flying its flag.
Rule 3-1 Special vision and vision mines
(a) The Maritime Service may offer to the sea that a ship is subjected to an extraordinary sight.
(b) For closed ships, the Maritime Maritime Service may allow the periodic inspection of the entire or part of the prescribed period as long as the ship remains unloaded, and there is no seafarers, engaged on board.
Regulation 4 Syn of seafarers ' working life and living conditions
(a) New and existing passenger ships engaged in domestic voykers shall complete the following surveys :
(i) A first sight before the ship is put in a hurry.
(ii) A renewal view no later than 3 years apart
(b) Passenger ships on the shipping company ' s request for a certificate issued in accordance with Rule 5 shall carry out the following surveys :
(i) A first sight before the ship is put in a hurry.
(ii) A renewal view no later than 5 years apart
(iii) An intermediate sight between two. and 3. Anniversary 1)
for the expiry of the rule 5 issued certificate.
(c) The first vision and renewal of the seafarers referred to in (a) and renewal shall include a complete view of the seafarers ' working and living conditions of seafarers and at least the minimum age, medical certificates, the qualifications of seafarers, employment contracts, employment and conditions of employment ; APIs or certified, or regulated services, rest hours, ship manning, work and accommodation, leisure facilities, food and cover facilities, food and shelter, health and safety protection and prevention of accidents, disease treatment on board, redress procedures on board, payment of pay.
(d) The intermediate survey referred to in (b) (ii) shall ensure continued compliance with the conditions referred to in (c) ;
Regulation 5 Issue or endorsement of certification of seafarers ' working conditions and declaration of conformity relating to the working conditions of seafarers
(a) A certificate to be known as the certificate of seafarers ' working and living conditions and the declarations relating to seafarers ' working conditions shall be taken into operation by a first survey in accordance with Rule 4 (b) (i). be issued to a ship that satisfies the requirements in regulation 4 (c).
(b) The statement of conformity part 1 and part 2 relating to seafarers ' working conditions shall be attached to the certification of seafarers ' working conditions.
(c) Part 1 shall be provided in the form of the Maritime Authority at all times in force in force and shall :
(i) set the list of conditions to be inspected according to rule 4 (b),
(ii) specify the national requirements applicable to the relevant provisions of this Convention by means of a reference to the relevant national legal provisions and, where necessary, to the extent to which precise information on the main content of the national requirements is provided ;
(iii) refer to requirements specific to the type of shipwreck in accordance with national law ;
(ICV) Clearly indicate an optionally. the derogation granted by the competent authority, as specified in Chapter B II-3 rule 3, and
(d) Part II must be drawn up by the shipowner and shall specify the measures introduced to ensure continuous compliance with national requirements between surveys and the measures taken to ensure that there is continuous improvement.
(e) A temporary certificate of seafarers ' working conditions may be issued for a period not exceeding six months, to :
(i) new ships on delivery,
(ii) a ship changing flags to the Danish flag, or
(iii) to a ship, when a shipper assumes responsibility for the operation of the ship, which is new to that reder.
(f) A temporary certificate of seafarers ' working conditions may be issued only after verification of :
(i) that the ship, as far as this is fair and practicable, has been inspected for the conditions set out in rules 4 (c), taking account of the verification of the conditions under (ii), (iii) and (iv) of this paragraph.
(ii) the shipowner on the Maritime Service has documented determined measures to ensure continuous compliance with the conditions laid down in regulation 4 (c) ;
(iii) the master of the master is aware of the requirements of this Convention and the responsibility for implementation ; and
(ICV) the relevant information has been submitted to the Maritime Agency, so that a declaration of conformity on seafarers ' working conditions may be issued.
(g) A complete vision must be carried out in accordance with Rule 4 (c) before the expiry of the temporary certificate to allow the issue of a certificate of seafarers ' working conditions, with full maturity. No additional interim certificates shall be issued after the initial six months referred to in (e). It is not necessary to issue a declaration of conformity part 1 and a part 2 relating to the working conditions of the seafarers for the period of validity of the temporary certificate.
(h) Ships shall result in a valid certification of seafarers ' working conditions and a valid declaration of conformity part 1 and 2 concerning the working conditions of seafarers, as well as an English translation if they are not in English and a copy thereof. shall be set up in a conspicuable position on the ship, where it is accessible to the seafarers. A copy shall, upon request, be made available to seafarers, flag state inspectors, mandated authority representatives in port states and representatives of shipowners and seafarers. The requirement for an English translation shall not apply in cases where a ship does not make international travel.
Rule 6 Certificates of validity and validity
(a) The certificate of seafarers ' working conditions must be issued for a period not exceeding 5 years.
(b) If renewal surveys are completed within three months prior to the expiry of the existing certificate, the new certificate relating to the working conditions of seafarers shall be as applicable, regardless of paragraph 1. (a), valid from the date of renewal of the renewal period for a period not exceeding 5 years from the expiry date of the existing certificate.
(c) If renewal view completes more than three months prior to the end of the existing certificate relating to the working conditions of the seafarers, the new certification for seafarers ' working conditions shall be valid for a period not exceeding 5 years from the date of the date ; the completion of the renewal of the renewal.
(d) The validity of the certificate relating to seafarers ' working and living conditions is subject to intermediate surveys according to rule 4 (b) (iii).
(e) If there is only one intermediate vision and the period of validity of the certificate is 5 years, the check shall be carried out between the second and third anniversary of the certificate. 2)
(f) The certificate must be endocarated according to a satisfactory intermediate control.
(g) A certificate issued in accordance with Rule 5 (a) (i) or rule 5e ceases to be valid in the following cases :
(i) where the relevant surveys are not complete within the specified periods in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation. (b), (c) or (d).
(ii) if the certificate is not endosed in accordance with paragraph 1. (f),
(iii) If a ship changes flags,
(ICV) in the case of an end to take responsibility for the operation of a ship ; and
(v) a significant change in the direction of the ship or equipment covered by Chapters II-3 and II-4 has been carried out.
(h) Under the provisions of paragraph 1, (iii), g (iv) and (v) cases, only a new certificate may be issued only if the competent authority or the recognised organisation issuing the new certificate shall be satisfied that the ship complies with the requirements of regulation 4 (b).
(i) The Maritime Agency may recall a certificate relating to the working conditions of seafarers, provided there is evidence that the ship in question fails to comply with the requirements of this Convention and, if any, required corrective actions have not been completed.
(j) When considering whether a certificate relating to the working conditions of seafarers is to be recalled pursuant to paragraph 1, (h) The seriousness and frequency of the deficiencies shall be taken into account.
Regulation No 7 Certificates and of conformity of the certificates (part 1 and 2)
The certificate relating to the working conditions of seafarers, the temporary certificate relating to the working conditions of seafarers and the declaration of conformity of Part 1 and Part 2 relating to the working conditions of seafarers, must be prepared in a form which may be present on the basis of a declaration of the seagoing conditions of the sea The Maritime Agency's website relating to the MLC.
Rule 8 Certificates of certificates
(a) The results of all subsequent surveys and other verifications carried out in respect of the ship in question and any other verifications. significant deficiencies found during such verification shall be recorded in conjunction with the date on which it is established that the deficiencies have been rectified. This registration must also include an English translation if it is not in English, in or attached to the declaration of conformity relating to seafarers ' working conditions or otherwise made available to seafarers. flag state inspectors, authorised representatives of the port state and the representatives of the shipping and the seafarers.
(b) The ship shall result in a valid certification of seafarers ' working and living conditions and a valid declaration of conformity relating to the working conditions of seafarers, as well as an English translation if they are not in English and a copy thereof. shall be set up in a conspicuable position on the ship, where it is accessible to the seafarers. A copy shall, upon request, be made available to seafarers, flag state inspectors, mandated authority representatives in port states and representatives of shipowners and seafarers.
Rule 9 Approval
(a) For use in the approval of the Maritime Management Board. in the case of all new ships and ships switching flags to the Danish flag before inspection, they shall be convened and information on the ship ' s tachograph area and gross gross tonnage and, where appropriate, the number and distribution of passengers and, where appropriate, of the passenger ' s and, where appropriate, the number of passengers ; categories. The drawings must show the location, size and layout of the workplace, the placing of the space, the placement of the equipment and accessories, and the arrangement of heating, ventilation, and so on.
(b) Similar drawings and information shall be submitted to the Maritime Service, before working or living rooms in an existing ship change or replace the work rooms.
1) Title I and II of this chapter contains provisions implementing the ILO Convention MLC of 7. February 2006 on accommodation and recreation facilities.
2) Reference is made to Notifications from the Maritime Management Agency A, Chapter III, Section B-1 on noise in ships, which shall apply to all business activities on board new and existing ships.
3) Reference is made to the fact that from 1. In July 2002, pursuant to Chapter B II-2, regulation 13, "Freight roads / escape routes", mandatory minimum sizes of common access routes and escape routes are available in the IMO ' Fire Safety Systems Code (FSS Code), Chapter 13. This is mandatory for all passenger ships and cargo ships with a gross tonnage of 500 gross tonnage and over which has been coldded on 1. July 2002 and then.
4) In this context, the general interpretation shall be interpreted as follows : individual doors in accommodation may be a minus deviation on the chanotreatment of the daughters used in approximately 15 minutes. 5% of the nominally specified latitude, except for the doors of sylum rooms and doors intended for the use of passengers with disabilities on passenger ships.
5) Reference is also made to kaitel II-2, rule 6 and 6-1 (escape routes / escape routes),
6) The following parts will be considered necessary as a minimum : 1) A reserve engine for each engine type in the ventilation system (2). A set of additional tenant for each type of engine, both in the ventilation system, as in the air conditioner. 3) A set of additional tenant for the fan where it is drawn with a list of tracts from an engine. 4) 100% the addition of air filters. 5) A set of the source emms of each type. 6) A spare parts box with special works clothes and minor parts and O-rings.
7) In addition, notifications B, Chapter II-1, rule 45-Precaution against shock, fire hazard and other hazards of electrical nature are referred to.
8) Reference is made to DS 700, artificial lighting in work rooms.
9) Less than some 0,6 m x 0,6 m.
10) There is law no. 512 of 6. June 2007, Law on smoke-free environments
11) ' VA-approved ' Material accepted by the Board of Accounters for the Water and Flow equipment of the BoligManagement.
1) Anniversary means the day and month of each year corresponding to the expiry date of the certification of seafarers ' working life and living conditions ;
2) Anniversary means the day and month of each year corresponding to the expiry date of the certificate relating to seafarers ' working conditions,