Ninth regulation on the temporary derogation from the inland waterway search order (9). BinSchUODevichV)unofficial table of contents
Date of delivery: 29.10.2014
" Ninth ordinance on the temporary derogation from the inland waterway search order of 29 October 2014. October 2014 (BAnz. AT 11.11.2014 V1) "
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, in conjunction with section 8 (1) (1), of the in conjunction with Section 8 (2) (1) of the Internal Vessel Investigation Order of 6. December 2008 (BGBl. 2450) and in connection with the number I.4 of the organization decree of the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development of 19. April 2013 (VkBl. 422) pursuant to Article 3 (1) (2), (2a) and (4), respectively, in conjunction with paragraph 6 (1) (a) and (b) of the Inland Waterway Act Act, as amended by the notice of 5. July 2001 (BGBl. 2026), of which § 3 (1) (2) and (6) of the Inland Waterway Act Act were last amended by Article 1 (3) of the Act of 19. July 2005 (BGBl. 2186), Section 3 (1) (2a) of the Inland Waterway Act Act by Article 1 (3) (a) (cc) of the Law of 19. July 2005 (BGBl. 2186) and § 3 (1) of the Inland Waterway Act Act, last amended by Article 313 of the Regulation of 31 December 2008. October 2006 (BGBl. 2407), the Directorate-General for Waterways and Shipping, West-West and the Directorate-General for Waterways and Shipping, has been amended jointly: unofficial table of contents
§ 1 Deviating regulations on the inland waterway search order
Annex II of the inland waterway search order is on the Rhine with those from the Annex 1 to the temporary arrangements referred to in Annex 1. The decision of the Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine, which is relevant to the application on the Rhine, is set out in Annex 2. Non-official table of contents
§ 2 Entry into force
(1) This Regulation shall enter into force on the day following the date of delivery, subject to the provisions of paragraph 2. Expiration of the 30. November 2016.(2) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the temporary arrangements referred to in points II.1 and II.2 of Annex 1 shall appear on the 1. December 2014, in force. Unofficial Table Of Contents
Annex 1 (to § 1 sentence 1)
Derogations from the Inland Waterway Search Order (BinSchUO)
(Fundstelle: BAnz 2014, AT 11.11.2014 V1)
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- Content Summary
- Table of Contents (specification to § 7.06) 1
- Information and navigation devices (§ 7.06 heading)1
- Requirements for Inland AIS devices and regulations regarding the installation and functional testing of domestic AIS devices (Appendix N Part I Section B) 2
- Temporary rules to Appendix II of the Inland Waterway Search Order
- In the table of contents, the specification to § 7.06 is to be applied as follows: "7.06 Information-and Navigation devices ".
- In § 1.01, the heading is to be applied before point 84 in the following version:" Information and navigation equipment ".
- The heading to § 7.06 is to be applied as follows: "Information and navigation devices".
- Appendix N Part I Section B is to be applied in the following:
- Installation and functional testing of domestic AIS equipment on board The installation of domestic AIS equipment on board shall be subject to the following conditions:
- The installation of the domestic AIS devices may only be carried out by a specialist company that has been designated by the competent authority.
- The Inland AIS device must be installed in the control house or in another accessible location.
- The functionality of an internal or external Minikey Display (MKD-built-in input/display unit) must be accessible to the rudder's commuters. The alarm and status information of the domestic AIS device must be located in the direct field of view of the rudder commuter. However, other devices that are used to navigate can have a higher priority with regard to the direct view. All warning lamps must remain visible after installation.
- It must be visually recognizable whether the device is in operation. The device must be continuously supplied with electrical energy via a fail-safe circuit with its own protection and must be connected directly to this power supply.
- The antennas of the Inland AIS devices are to be installed and connected to the devices in such a way that they function safely under all normal operating conditions. Other devices may only be connected if the interfaces of both devices are compatible.
- Only type-approved external sensors may be used with the domestic AIS device is connected. The external sensors, which are connected to the Inland AIS device, must be type-approved in accordance with the following maritime standards.
SensorMinimum Performance Standard (IMO) ISO/IEC Standard
| GPS|| MSC.112 (73)|| DIN EN 61108-1: 2004 3 |
| DGPS/DGLONASS|| MSC.114 (73)|| DIN EN 61108-4: 2005 4|
| Galileo|| MSC.233 (82)|| DIN EN 61108-3: 2011 5|
| Heading/GPS Compass|| MSC.116 (73)||DIN ISO 22090-3: 2013-01 Part 3: Principles 6|
- Before the first startup after installation, in the case of renewals, or Renewal of the ship ' s test, except in accordance with section 2.09 (2), and any conversion to the ship which could affect the operating conditions of such equipment, must be fitted by the competent authority or by a recognised technical company, and functional testing.
- The recognised specialist company, which carried out the installation and function testing, provides information on the special characteristics and the Proper functioning of the Inland AIS device a certificate according to Annex N Part II.
- The certificate must be kept on board permanently.
- An operating manual is to be handed out on board for remaining. This is to be noted in the certificate of installation
appendix 2 (to § 1 sentence 2)
decision of the Central Commission for the Rheinschifffahrt
(Fundstelle: BAnz 2014, AT 11.11.2014 V1)
Decision of 5. December 2013 (2013-II-19) on changes to the table of contents, § § 1.01, 7.06, 24.02, point 2 of the transitional provisions to § 7.06, point 3, § 24.06, point 5 of the transitional provisions to § 7.06, point 3, annex N of the Rhine boat examination regulations (Protocol 19).