Additional Technical Requirements For Vessels On Inland Waterways Of Zones 1 And 2 < Br / >(Anhang Iii Zuder Binnenschiffsuntersuchungsordnung)

Original Language Title: Zusätzliche technische Vorschriften für Fahrzeuge auf Binnenwasserstraßen der Zonen 1 und 2
(Anhang III zur Binnenschiffsuntersuchungsordnung)

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Additional technical requirements for vehicles on zones 1 and 2 of inland waterways in zones 1 and 2
(Annex III to the Inland Waterway Investigation Order)

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BinSchUO2008Anh III

Date of departure: 06.12.2008

Full quote:

" Additional technical requirements for vehicles on inland waterways of zones 1 and 2 (Annex III to the inland waterway search order) of 6. December 2008 (BGBl. 2450), as defined in Article 1 (16) of the Regulation of 20 June 2008. December 2012 (BGBl. I p. 2802) "

:Amendment by Art. 1 No. 16 V v. 20.12.2012 I 2802 (No 62) not yet taken into

For details, see the Notes

Footnote

(+ + + text evidence from: 1.1.2009 + + +) 

(+ + + Text of the inland waterway search order see: BinSchUO 2008 + + +)
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Part I
Zone 2 waterways

Chapter 1
Special provisions for vehicles on waterways of zone 2-Binnen
§ §
1.01General
1.02 Special Terms for Passenger Ships
II
Zone 2 Waterways

Chapter 2
General
§ §
2.01
3
Strength
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Chapter 4
Security distance and freeboard
§ §
4.01 Security distance
4.02freeboard
5
The closure state of the openings of the ship's hull and the Superstructures
§ §
5.01 Aufbauten
5.02Doors
5.03Window and Oberlichter
5.04Cargo Spaces Cover
6
Equipment
§ §
6.01Anchor chains
6.02 Compass
6.03Radar
6.04 Send and receive attachments
6.05rescue
6.06 Other equipment
7
Special provisions for passenger ships
§ §
7.01General
7.02 Strength
7.03Stability, safety distance and freeboard
7.04 Maximum number of passengers allowed
7.05Anchor
7.06Rescue
8
Special provisions for federations and container traffic
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Chapter 9
Special provisions for floating Appliances
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Part III
Zone 1 waterways

Chapter 10
Special provisions for vehicles on zone 1 waterways
§ §
10.01General
10.02 Safety Distance
10.03freeboard
10.04 Lock state
10.05Strength
10.06 Allowed Travel Conditions
10.07Additional Equipment
10.08 Additional provisions for passenger ships
IV

Chapter 11
Transitions and final specifications
§ §
11.01Transitional provisions for vehicles that are already in operation and are valid the previous additional community certificates
11.02Deviations for vehicles already in operation
11.03Other deviations
11.04Vehicles transition Annex II, Chapters 15, 17 and 21, as well as in Annex XII, Article 5

Part I
Zone 2 waterways

Chapter I
Special provisions for vehicles on zone 2 waterways

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§ 1.01 General

1.
Zone 2 waterways are Appendix II or Appendix XII with the following from the following
2.
With regard to the required equipment, § § 6.02 to 6.06 are to be fulfilled.
3.
A compass according to § 6.02 is required only on the Kiel Fjord.
4.
A radar device according to § 6.03 is only available on:
a)
the Weser below the ports of the city of Bremen,
b)
Nord-Ostsee-Kanal,
c)
Kieler Förde,
d)
Trave Below Stülper Huk,
e)
Unterwarnow and Breitling,
f)
Wolgaster harbour area
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§ 1.02 Special provisions for passenger ships

By way of derogation from Chapter 15 of Annex II, for passenger ships on waterways in zone 2, the following provisions shall apply:
a)
In passenger ships without bulkhead deck, the safety distance must be at least 0.80 m
b)
Individual rescuing agents in accordance with Section 15.09 of Annex II. No. 4 may be replaced by collective rescuers in accordance with Annex XII, Article 4, Section 15.09, No. 5.

Part II
zone 2-sea waterways

Chapter 2
General

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§ 2.01 General

1.
On waterways of Zone 2-See Appendix II or Annex XII with the following from the following Apply specifications.
2.
The provisions of Chapters 3 to 9 are to be satisfied.
3.
The § 1.01 applies on the Ems below Emden to the port entrance of Delfzijl for cargo ships with closed cargo hatches, for drawers and drawers.

Chapter 3
Strength

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Chapter 4
Security distance and freeboard

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§ 4.01 security distance

1.
The safety distance must be at least 0.45 m.
2.
To openings, the spray water-and The safety distance must be at least 0.60 m.
3.
To openings that are open, the safety margin must be at least 0.60 m.
3.
The safety distance must be at least 1.00 m.
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§ 4.02 freeboard

1.
The freeboard for ships with a passing deck, without jumping and without superstructures is 0.30 m.
2.
For ships with a jump and with superstructures, the freeboard can be adjusted in accordance with Section 4.02 (2) to (6) of Annex II:
a)
where
aa)
the constant in the formula for the freeboard in Annex II § 4.02 No. 2 with a value of 300,
bb)
for the actual jump S no greater than 2000 mm and
cc)
set for the actual jump S at the rear no greater than 1000 mm
b)
The jump height at the ship's ship must not exceed the height of the ship's end
c)
In the calculations referred to in point (a), the effective length of the structure is calculated according to the following formula:
le = l-0,2,5 b-1.5 hours ago- h[m]
B ' 0, 72

In these formulas:
le
the effective length of a Set up in [m] regardless of its position in relation to L,
l
the actual length of the structure in [m],
b
the width of the structure in [m],
B '
the width of the ship measured on the half of the length the structure, deckhouse or hatchbox in [m],
h
the height of the building in question, measured at the side of the structure, on the roof or on the inside of the roof, in [m], for hatches, the height h by reducing the height of the spout by half the safety distance according to § 4.01, taking into account the type of hatch cover. The height h must not be greater than 0.72 m.
If
b
B '
is less than 0.6, the effective build-up length is set to zero.
3.
For ships, the freeboard must be at least 0.15 m, taking into account the freeboard correction according to point 2 of the freeboard. The following conditions must be met:
a)
The security distance is
aa)
at watertight charge air at least 0.60 m to the top edge of charge air debris,
bb)
with spray water and weatherproof charge air at least 0.75 m,
cc)
at least in open charge air 1.20 m.
b)
The average width of the gangbord is at most 0.125 B.

Chapter 5
The closure state of the hull and superstructure openings

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§ 5.01 superstructures

1.
All openings in the superstructures must be filled with beads of at least 0.15 m above the bulkhead deck
2.
The Süllhöhe can be less if the doors and other openings are watertight and if the use during the ride
3.
If the lids of entry hatches and manholes are not secured by screw connections, they must be fixed by hinges with the ship.
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§ 5.02 doors

All external doors that allow access to rooms under the outdoor deck must be at least spray water and weatherproof sealable and be of sufficient strength. unofficial table of contents

§ 5.03 Window and Oberlichter

1.
Window below the bulkhead decks must be waterproof and with a sea-screen shield.
2.
The windows and skylits up to 0.15 m above the bulkhead deck must be waterproof.
3.
Lower edge of windows and overlights at least 0.15 m above the bulkhead deck, they must be at least spray water and weatherproof.
4.
Window and skylicks are considered to be:
a)
waterproof if they cannot be opened and their execution at least Series B of the DIN ISO 1751 standard, April 1993 edition;
b)
spray water and weatherproof when they can be opened and their design as a round window at least of the C series of the DIN ISO 1751 standard, April 1993 edition and as a rectangular window of at least the F series of the DIN ISO 3903 standard, April 1993 edition;
c)
open if its execution does not meet the standards referred to in letters a and b.
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§ 5.04 cargo spaces cover

1.
The water-tight cover of the cargo spaces must comply with the following:
a)
The strength and construction of the individual parts must be
aa)
a load of water from
q = 1,00-h [t/m²]
plus own weight of the lid, but at least 0.15 t/m² plus the lid's own weight,
bb)
standstill a load of 0.075 t as a point load.

In this formula:
h-distance of the lowest point of the hatch cover from the level of the allowed
in the case of tankers, at least the test pressure of the tanks must be taken into account.
b)
Water-tight hatch cover must be taken into account by the tank. Screw caps or pre-drivers are sealed; this does not apply to seafaring covers of the loading rooms.
2.
The spraywater and weatherproof cover of the cargo spaces must comply with the following:
a)
The strength and construction of the individual parts must conform to the requirements of point 1 (a).
b)
There must be devices with which the hatch covers and their individual parts can be secured against lifting by wind or wave impact.
Spray water- and weatherproof hatch covers do not need to be particularly sealed when the weight of the lid and the shape of the hatch closures provide sufficient sealing.
3.
Laderäume without hatch lid and hatch covers that do not meet the requirements of number 1 or 2 ,

Chapter 6
Equipment

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§ 6.01 Anchor chains

By way of derogation from Section 10.01 (10) of Annex II, each bucket chain must be at least 60 m long. unofficial table of contents

§ 6.02 Kompass

1.
Vehicles with their own driving force must be equipped with a compass with analog display or with a control ur-transfer with analog display.
2.
Vehicles as set out in No 1 may instead use a digital display compass approved by the competent authority or with digital display if it is used with a digital display equipped with a radar device and a device for displaying the turning speed according to § 6.03.
3.
The compass or control transfer can only be installed, if the design has been tested and approved in accordance with the provisions of the ship safety regulation. Compasses and control transfer must comply with the technical requirements set out in Annex IX, Part VII. Appropriate equipment listed in point (A) (10) of the Ship Safety Act and approved in accordance with these requirements shall be deemed to be compliant with those provisions.
4.
Magnet-based compasses and magnetic-based control transfer must be
a)
before the installation is checked by the competent authority or by a body recognised by it, this is not necessary for compasses or tax transfer, which after
b)
installed on board in accordance with the technical provisions set out in Annex IX, Part VIII, on board;
c)
prior to entry into service and at the latest when the travel certificate is extended by a competent authority on the basis of a certificate issued by the competent authority. A qualified person (regulator) shall be regulated.
The regulator shall at the same time verify the proper installation in accordance with the first sentence of the first sentence of 1 (b). It shall issue a certificate of orderly installation and regulation, which also indicates the date of the regulation. The current certificate must be carried on board. Where a regulator cannot regulate the magnetic-based compass or the magnetic-based control transfer in such a way that the largest deviation is not more than 6 °, then the compilation of the magnetic-based compass or the control transfer shall be To have a magnetic base checked by the competent authority.
5.
On request, the competent authority Authority to recognise a regulation and compensation carried out abroad; the decision of the competent authority on recognition must be carried out on board.
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§ 6.03 Radar

1.
Vehicles with their own driving force must be equipped with a radar device.
2.
The radar device must be , according to Annex IX, Part III, V and VI, type-tested, approved and installed, and subjected to a functional test.
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§ 6.04 transmitting and receiving equipment

Vehicles with their own driving force must be equipped with a radio equipment for the participation in inland waterway radio in accordance with the provisions of the Regional Agreement on Inland Waterway Radio be equipped. unofficial table of contents

§ 6.05 rescue agent

1.
One-third of the mandatory rescue rings must have a minimum of 30 m long, buoyant lees ranging from 8 to 11 mm in diameter, one third each must have one Self-igniting, battery-powered, water-non-extinguishing light.
2.
In addition to Annex II, § 10.05, each person on board must have a Place in a collective rescuer according to Annex XII, Article 4, Section 15.09, No. 5.
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§ 6.06 Other Equipment

Other equipment must be on board:
a)
listed in Annex II, § 10.02 Point 1 (a) and (d) to (f) and (2) and (3) equipment,
b)
In addition, each vehicle shall be subject to equipment and devices used to give the equipment in question: the Maritime Routes order and the Regulation on the 1972 International Rules for the Prevention of Collisions At Sea, and the designation of the vehicles, are required
c)
on board vehicles with crew must also have the sea charts prescribed in section 13 (2) (a) of the ship's safety regulation .

Chapter 7
Special provisions for passenger ships

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§ 7.01 General

For passenger ships on waterways in zone 2-See, Chapters 3 and 4 and the provisions of § 6.05 do not apply. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 7.02 Strength

By way of derogation from Section 3.02 (1a) of Annex II, the ship's body must comply with the requirements of a recognised Classification society for zone 2-See. A certificate issued by a recognised classification society certifying that the ship has been built or rebuilt in accordance with the construction rules applicable to the zone 2 sea is sufficient proof of this. unofficial table of contents

§ 7.03 stability, security distance, and freeboard

1.
Deviating from the provisions of Annex II, § 15.04 No. 1 must be
a)
the residual safety distance is at least 0.20 m, and
b)
in ships without a bulkhead deck, the safety distance must be at least 1.00 m and the remaining safety distance must be at least 0.30 m
2.
Deviating from the provisions of Annex II, § 15.04 No. 2 must be
a)
the remaining frebord is at least 0.40 m and
b)
however, the freeboard must be at least 0.50 m
3.
The level of the largest depression is different from the provisions of Section 15.04 (3) of Annex II, taking into consideration Nos. 1 and 2.
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§ 7.04 Maximum number of passengers

The maximum number of passengers is in accordance with the provisions of Annex II 15.05 (2) (b), taking into account the provisions of Section 7.03. Non-official table of contents

§ 7.05 Anchor

For passenger ships, the total mass P of the bus anchors is to be calculated according to the following formula:
P = k B T + 4 Af [kg] In this formula:
kCoefficient according to Annex II § 10.01 No. 2
Affrontal wind attack surface in m2
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Section 7.06 Rescue funds

By way of derogation from Section 15.09 No. 4 of Annex II, individual rescuing agents may be replaced by collective rescuers in accordance with Article 4, Section 15.09, No. 5 of Annex XII.

Chapter 8
Special provisions for federations and container traffic

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Chapter 9
Special provisions for floating devices

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Part III
Zone 1 Waterways

Chapter 10
Special provisions for vehicles on zone 1 waterways

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§ 10.01 General

1.
On waterways of Zone 1, Appendix II or Annex XII is to be applied with the measures resulting from the following regulations.
2.
The provisions of Chapters 2 to 6 and the provisions of § § 10.02 to 10.07 are to be fulfilled.
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§ 10.02 security distance

The security distance must be at least 1.20 m. Non-official table of contents

§ 10.03 freeboard

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§ 10.04 closure state

1.
By way of derogation from Annex II, Section 4.05 and Annex XII, Article 4, Section 4.05, the level of the largest reduction shall be determined on condition that the cargo spaces are at least spray water,
2.
The fixing of the maximum permissible countersink for the ride with uncovered loading spaces is not allowed.
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§ 10.05 Strength

A recognised classification society must certify that the vehicle is driving on Waterways of zone 1 have sufficient strength and an adequate freeboard and closure condition. The certificate to be presented must indicate the permissible driving conditions of the vehicles in accordance with § 10.06. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 10.06 Permissible Travel Conditions

Depending on the construction, maintenance and equipment condition of the vehicle, the vehicle's condition Permitted driving conditions, in particular restrictions on journeys at a low level of wave height, on a given period of time in the year, on journeys in daylight or in acceptable weather and weather conditions, or on journeys by limited duration. The permissible driving conditions shall be provided for in the Community certificate or in the additional Community certificate. Non-official table of contents

§ 10.07 Additional equipment

1.
In addition to the provisions of Chapter 6, vehicles with crew have to carry the following equipment on board:
a)
an electric daily signal headlight,
b)
six red, officially approved parachute signals,
c)
a rescue signal board,
d)
four rescue rings in accordance with Section 10.05 of Annex II, of which two rescue rings must be provided with a minimum of 30 m long, buoyant lees of 8 to 11 mm in diameter, and two rescue rings must be provided with a self-igniting, battery-powered, water-non-extinguishing light,
e)
a life raft or a Lifeboat in accordance with Article 4 (15) (5) of Annex XII,
f)
a dinghy shall be equipped with a lantern and a waterproof container with six red fires
2.
In addition to the provisions of Chapter 6, towed vehicles must be Carry on board the equipment required under point 1 (b) to (f) with crew.
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§ 10.08 Special Provisions for Passenger Ships

1.
For passenger ships on zone 1 waterways Chapter 7 shall apply, taking into account the provisions in § § 10.05 to 10.07.
2.
A recognised classification society must certify that the vehicle is intended to travel has sufficient stability on the waterways of Zone 1. The certificate to be presented must indicate the permissible driving conditions of the vehicles in accordance with § 10.06.

Part 4

Chapter 11
Transitional and Special Provisions

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§ 11.01 Transitional provisions for vehicles already in operation , and the validity of the previous additional Community certificates

1.
The following Provisions shall apply to vehicles for which an additional Community certificate shall be issued for the first time before the 30.
2.
2.
The vehicles must be shown to have a Community certificate or another one on the day of issue of their additional Community certificate or other ' Traffic authorisation shall comply with the technical requirements of the Inland Waterway Investigation Order.
3.
The Additional Community Certificates, which are before the 30. They shall remain valid until the expiry date of December 2008. Annex II, Section 2.09, point 2 remains unaffected.
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§ 11.02 Deviations for vehicles already in operation

1.
Without prejudice to § § 11.03 and 11.04, vehicles that do not comply with the requirements of this Annex , in accordance with the transitional provisions set out in the table below, in full compliance with the provisions which have entered into force after the first grant of the Community certificate or the other marketing authorisation
2.
In the table below signify
-" N.E.U. ": The rule does not apply to vehicles that are already in use, unless the affected parts are replaced or converted, d. (c) The provision shall apply only to new buildings and to replacement or conversion of the parts or areas concerned. If existing parts are replaced by replacement parts with the same technique and type of power, this does not mean a replacement "E" within the meaning of these transitional provisions.
-" granting or renewing the Additional Community certificate ":The provision must be made in the case of the grant or the next renewal of the period of validity of the Community certificate, which is to be applied to the 30. It will be completed by the end of December 2008. Ends the period of validity of the Community certificate between the 30. December 2008 and one day before 30. This provision shall only apply from the date of 30 December 2009. December 2009 mandatory.


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4.01 Security distance N.E., and, at the latest, when the Community certificate is issued or renewed in accordance with the 30.12.2049
4.02 freeboard N.E.And, at the latest, when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 30.12.2049
5.01 Aufbauten N.E.And, at the latest, when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 30 December 2049
5.02 Doors N.E., and, at the latest, or renewal of the Community certificate after 30.12.2049
5.03 Window and Oberlichter N.E., and, at the latest, when the Community certificate is issued or renewed in accordance with the 30.12.2049
5.04 Cover of the loading spaces N.E.And, at the latest when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 30.12.2049
6.02 Compass For freight motor ships and tankers of less than 45 m,
N.E.U., no later than when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 30.12.2029
6.03 Radar For freight motor ships and tankers less than 90 m,
N.E.U., no later than when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 30.12.2029
6.06 letter b Sound signal system N.E.And, at the latest when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 30.12.2049
10.02 Security distance N.E.And, at the latest, when the Community certificate is issued or renewed after 30 December 2049
10.03 freeboardN.E., and, at the latest, when the Community certificate is issued or renewed in accordance with the 30.12.2049
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§ 11.03 Other deviations

If the application of the above mentioned chapters is The Commission of Inquiry may, on the basis of recommendations made by the Committee, permit derogations from the provisions of the transitional provisions to be practically difficult to implement or to create unacceptably high costs. Such deviations shall be entered in the additional Community certificate. Non-official table of contents

§ 11.04 Transitional provision for vehicles referred to in Annex II, Chapters 15, 17 and 21, and to Annex XII, Article 5,

1.
For a vehicle referred to in Annex II, Chapters 15, 17 and 21, or in Annex XII, Article 5, the additional Community certificate issued after an examination in accordance with Section 2.09 (1), (3) and (4) of Annex II, after the expiry of the applicable Additional Community Certificate, but no later than 30 years before the date of expiry of the applicable Additional Community Certificate. The vehicle shall be carried out in December 2018 to determine whether the vehicle complies with the technical requirements of Annex III.
2.
If the vehicle complies with the requirements of the Annex III, Chapters 1 to 10, and if the Commission of Inquiry is of the opinion that these inadequacies do not present a manifest danger, the vehicle may continue its operation until such time as the components shown as inadequate or areas of the vehicle; thereafter, these components or areas shall comply with the requirements of this annex. The inadequacies noted are to be noted in the Additional Community Certificate.
3.
A manifest danger is especially considered to exist when regulations in respect of the strength of the construction, the driving or manoeuvring properties or particular features of the vehicle in this Annex. Permissible deviations shall not be recorded as inadequacies, which constitute a manifest danger. No manifest danger shall be deemed to exist if the vehicle is in accordance with the provisions of the inland waterway search order in the version of 30. December 2008.
4.
The replacement of existing components by identical parts or parts of equivalent technology and design while routinely performed Repair and maintenance work shall not be deemed to be a substitute within the meaning of point 2.