Manning < Br / >(Anhang Xi Zuder Binnenschiffsuntersuchungsordnung)

Original Language Title: Besatzungsvorschriften
(Anhang XI zur Binnenschiffsuntersuchungsordnung)

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Crew Regulations
(Annex XI to the Inland Waterway Search Order)

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BinSchUO2008Anh XI

Date of delivery: 06.12.2008

Full quote:

" Crew Regulations (Annex XI to the Inland Waterway Ordination) of 6. December 2008 (BGBl. 2450), as defined by Article 1 (13) of the Regulation of 30 June 2008. May 2014 (BGBl. I p. 610) "

:Modified by Art. 12 No. 11 V v. 16.12.2011 II 1300
Note:Amendment by Art. 1 No. 22 V v. 20.12.2012 I 2802 (No 62) not yet taken into account
Change by Art. 1 No. 13 V v. 30.5.2014 I 610 (No 23) 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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Chapter 1
General

§ §
1.01 General

2
Equipment ship equipment with regard to the crew for the ride on the Rhine

2.01Equipment of the ships with regard to the crew
2.02 (omitted)
2.03(omitted)
2.04 (omitted)
2.05(omitted)
2.06 (omitted)
2.07(omitted)
2.08 (omitted)
2.09(omitted)
2.10 (omitted)
2.11(omitted)
2.12 (omitted)
2.13(omitted)
2.14 (omitted)
2.15(omitted)
2.16 (omitted)
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Occupation rules for waterways of zones 1 to 4

3.01 General
3.02Terms of Use
3.03 Operating forms
3.04Service and rest periods
3.05 Occupation of vehicles without drive machine
3.06Occupation of motor ships and tankers
3.07Drag booting crew
3.08Occupation of the Passenger Ships
3.09Other Water Vehicles
3.10 Deviations
3.11Exception Permit
3.12 Additional Rules



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Chapter 1
General

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§ 1.01 General

The crew, which must be on board while driving, is determined in accordance with Chapter 3 or by the shipboard ordinance-Rhein and shall be entered by the Central Office of the Submission Submission Commission/Shipyards in a certificate of travel certificate or in the certificate of the crew in accordance with Annex V. The entries in several of these documents are admissible. They must be valid for the respective waterways and must be carried on board.

Chapter 2
Equipment of the ships with regard to the crew for the journey on the Rhine

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§ 2.01 Equipment of the ships with regard to the crew

1.
Without prejudice to the other provisions of this Regulation and in application of § 3.14 of the Shipowning Regulation-Rhine shall comply with one of the following equipment standards: motor ships, drawers, thrust unions and passenger ships to be operated with the minimum crew:
1.1
Standard S1
a)
The drive systems shall be set up in such a way that the change in the driving speed and the reversal of the propeller thrust direction can be effected from the control position. The auxiliary machinery required for driving must be capable of being switched on and off by the control station, unless this is done automatically or these machines run uninterrupted during each journey.
b)
In danger areas
aa)
Cooling water temperature of the main engines,
bb)
the pressure of the lubricating oil from main engines and gears,
cc)
the oil and air pressure of the main engines, the reversing gear or the propellers,
dd)
The fill level of the main machine room's images
must be monitored by devices shall be guaranteed to cause acoustic and visual alarm signals in the control house in case of malfunction. The acoustic alarm signals can be combined in a sound device. They may be extinguisher as soon as the fault is detected. The optical alarm signals must not be erred until the associated malfunctions are removed.
c)
The fuel supply and cooling of the main engines must be done automatically.
d)
The Control device must also be able to handle the maximum permissible reduction of a person without special effort.
e)
The following The Rhine Navigation Ordinance of 1. In December 1993, the control state must be able to provide the necessary visibility and sound signals.
f)
If there is no direct agreement between the tax base and the control station, the control station must be able to control the vehicle. to the forship, to the stern ship, to the apartments and to the machinery spaces, there must be provided voice connections. The speech connection can be replaced by an optical and acoustic signal environment to the machine rooms.
g)
(Without content)
h)
(Without content)
i)
cranks and similar turnable parts of hoists may be activated do not require a force of more than 160 N.
k)
The towing winches entered in the ship test must be motorized.
l)
The Lenz and deck washing pumps must be motorized.
m)
The essential operating devices and Monitoring instruments must be ergonomically arranged.
n)
The facilities required in accordance with Section 6.01 (1) of Annex II must be remotely operated from the control station.
1.2
Standard S2
a)
for single-running motorships:
Standard S1 as well as an additional equipment with one of the Control level from the operable bow blasting system;
b)
for motor ships that move on coupled vehicles:
Standard S1 as well as an additional equipment with one of the following: Control stand from the operable bow blasting system;
c)
for motor ships that move a thrust assembly consisting of the motor ship itself and a vehicle in front of it:
Standard S1 as well as an additional equipment with hydraulically or electrically driven clutch winches. However, this equipment is not required if the vehicle is equipped with a bow blasting system at the top of the pusher belt, which can be operated from the control stand of the pushing motor ship;
d)
for drawers that move a drawer:
Standard S1 as well as an additional equipment with hydraulically or electrically driven clutch winches. However, this equipment shall not be required if a vehicle is equipped with a bow blasting installation at the top of the pusher belt, which is operable from the control stand of the pushing boat;
e)
for passenger ships:
Standard S1 as well as an additional equipment with a bow blasting installation that can be operated from the control stand. However, this equipment is not necessary if the propulsion system and the control device of the passenger ship guarantee equivalent manoeuvring characteristics
2.
The fulfillment or non-compliance of the rules as specified in point 1.1 or 1.2 is made by the Commission of Inquiry noted in the ship test under point 47.

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Occupation rules for waterways of zones 1 to 4

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§ 3.01 General

1.
The crew, who must be on board while driving-with the exception of the ride on the Rhine-is determined by the § § 3.02 to 3.12 and will be from the central office Ship inspection commission/shipyards are entered in a certificate of travel certificate or in the certificate of the crew in accordance with Annex V. The ship's guide, owner or equipment supplier may, in place of the crew, select the crew in accordance with this chapter, according to the Schiffspersonalverordnung-Rhein. In this case, all provisions of the shipowners ordinance-Rhine must be complied with with the following exceptions:
a)
As far as driving times are mandatory on the Rhine, driving times in inland waterways are sufficient.
b)
As far as a crew member has to have a Rhine patent, a corresponding driving licence of classes A to C or a similar skipper patent is sufficient according to § 5 of the Internal schifferpatentverordnung of 15. December 1997 (BGBl. I p. 3066)
2.
For passenger ships that are not more than twelve Passengers are used as well as for ferries for the trip on the Rhine § 3.19 of the shipowners ' regulations Rhine.
3.
For the crew according to § § 3.02 to 3.12 § § 3.03 to 3.07 shall apply with the exception of section 3.06, point 1, sentence 2 of the shipowners ' alvership. By way of derogation from § 3.05 (1) of the shipowners ' ordinance, the Rhine
a)
may be the holder of a prior to the first.
b)
are the skipper's books, which are the subject of the resolution, and which are subject to the following: Number 56 of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), recognized for holders from other countries on foreign vehicles, provided that the respective home state implements the above-mentioned UNECE resolution has,
c)
the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development may recognize Schifferdienstbücher for holders from other states on foreign vehicles, if certify that they have equivalent qualifications for the respective function; this only applies if reciprocity is guaranteed; the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development is aware of this in the traffic sheet.
4.
The crew members must be able to perform their tasks on board under conditions which exclude fatigue.
5.
Each crew member may, if necessary, also be divided into work when the watercraft is in operation.
6.
6.
Wem is responsible for the care of children under ten years of age, and cannot be a member of the Crew.
7.
expectant mothers and daughtsmen cannot be a member of the crew for a period of at least 14 weeks. This must be at least six weeks before and at least eight weeks after the descent.
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§ 3.02 Definitions

1.
In this chapter is
a)
helmsman

a member of the cover team who has been a sailor for at least two years, or Matrosen motor keeper in inland waterway driving;
b)
Matrosen motor-keeper

a member of the crew with basic knowledge of the engine and the engine a driving time of at least one year as a sailor and at least one year on watercraft by inland waterway or sea transport;
c)
Matrose

a member of the cover team who has either passed the ship's final exam or who has completed 14. for a minimum of three years in the cover crew of a sea or inland waterway, of which at least six months shall be on inland waters; journey times after completion of 20 years. Life-year is double-counted for the three-year driving time, but not on the six-month driving time on inland waters;
d)
ship-young

Member of the cover team, who is at least 15 years of age, is no longer subject to full-time compulsory education and is shown to be in a regular vocational training relationship;
e)
machinist

a machine personnel member of at least 18 years of age and the knowledge required to operate the machine system
f)
Heater

a machine personnel member of at least 18 years of age;
g)
Flößer

a flowable person who is at least 18 years old;
h)
ferry assistance

A member of the ferry crew who is at least 17 years of age and after completing 14 years of age. for at least two years has either been active in the ferry service or has been a member of a sea or inland waterway vessel;
i)
Ferry-young

The ferry crew member is at least 15 years old
2.
The ship's guide shall carry on board the evidence that a ship boy belonging to the crew is in an orderly vocational training relationship on board and the competent national of the Water and Shipping Directorate, of the Water and Shipping Office, or of the water protection police, on request, for consideration. A ship boy without a driving time requirement, which is required as a crew member, may be replaced by a crew member who is at least 17 years old.
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§ 3.03 Operating Forms

1.
The ship's investigation commission sets the crew according to the operating mode.
2.
Operating forms are:


A:daytime drive)
no more than 16 hours ago)
)
B:shorthand half-way)
of at most 18 hours) within
) of a period
C:Half-way drive) of 24 hours.
of 20 hours maximum)
 )
D: Persistent Drives)
of no more than 24 Hours.)


Change the Crew during the journey shall be the number of hours during which the crew is on board, unless the crew continues on another watercraft. In the case of a changing crew, the owner or supplier shall have the proof of the working time of the individual crew member, by means of a special amortisation, outside the journey book, which shall be at least six months after the date of the last registration.
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§ 3.04 Service and rest periods

1.
No member of the prescribed crew may be more than 16 consecutive while driving Hours of service.
2.
Subject to the special requirements of the number 4, within 24 hours each of which begins to run at the end of each rest period, at least 8 hours of uninterrupted rest period. If a member of the prescribed crew has performed work during loading or unloading, his service period shall be reduced during the journey within the same 24 hours by the time during which it has been worked. The work shall also cover the period in which a member of the prescribed crew has to be available for the purpose of taking up the journey or loading or unloading. In exceptional cases resulting from loading or unloading, it is sufficient to comply with the rule of sentence 1 if, within a period of 48 hours, the end of an uninterrupted rest period of 8 hours begins to run, 16 hours of rest, of which 8 hours have to be uninterrupted. Deviating regulations of a labour law type, in particular tariff restrictions on a twelve-or fourteen-hour driving time, remain unaffected.
3.
On each Watercraft, except on a public service watercraft, a sabot without crew, a sports vehicle and a floating device, the ship's guide shall have a travel guide. It is to be entered daily in the travel book:
a)
the operating mode,
b)
the crew and
c)
for each crew member the service time during the ride.
to enter immediately in the travel book:
a)
The place and time of the daily start and the daily end the journey,
b)
for each crew member the working hours referred to in the second sentence of 2 and 3,
c)
Changes during the ride.
Each travel book, numbered pages, must be provided with a serial number. The travel book shall be kept on board six months after the last entry.
4.
The conditions laid down in the first sentence of paragraph 2 shall be deemed to have been fulfilled if the crew required for each of these forms of operation in accordance with § § 3.05 to 3.10 is on board from the start of the journey. In such cases, proof of service during the journey referred to in point 3 shall be required only for the skipper, and not for the other crew members. The working hours referred to in the second sentence of 2 and 3 shall always be entered for each member of the crew.
5.
In operational form A, the rest period referred to in the first sentence of point 2 shall be between 20 and there are 6 o'clock. In the operating mode B, the rest period shall include the time between 22 and 5 o'clock. In operational form C, the rest period should include the time between 23 and 3 o'clock.
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§ 3.05 Occupation of the vehicles without a drive machine

1.
If on a watercraft without its own drive machine, except a ferry,
a)
the control device even with the maximum permissible reduction of a person without
b)
with a length of more than 40 m, there is an intercom between the control stand and the forward ship,
c)
with more than 350 t load-bearing capacity, the Lenz and deck washing pumps are motorized,
d)
with over 350 t Carrying capacity the winch, on vehicles with a load capacity of over 750 t, also the Heckankerwinde is motorized,
e)
with over 1 000 t load capacity the sheking are shiftable or shiftable, or equivalent devices, such as B. Sliding-Lukendächer,
the crew is:

Operating Form
(§ 3.03 No. 2)
Level Load-bearing capability Occupation A B C D
1 from 15 to 250 t Ship Guides 1 2 22
Matroses-- 1 1
Ship boys 1 1--
2 Over 250 to 500 t Ship Guides 1 2 22
Matroses-- 1 1
Ship boys 1 1--
3 over 500 to 700 t Ship Guides 1 2 22
Matroses 1 1 1 1
Ship boys----
4 over 750 to 1400 t Ship Guides 1 2 22
Matroses 1 1 2 2
Ship boys 1 1- 1
5 over 1400 t Ship Guides 1 2 2 2
Matroses 2 2 23
Ship boys-- 1-

2.
If one or more of the conditions referred to in point 1 are not met, the crew for the steps 1 to 4 shall be increased in all modes of operation by a ship boy for which: Level 5 around a sailor.
3.
In level 2, the ship's boys must have a travel time of at least 2 years and be at least 17 years old.
4.
In levels 1 to 3, the sailors must be at least 18 years old, unless they have passed the barcode check for inland waterway.
5.
On the Elbe below the upper border of the Port of Hamburg (Elbe-km 607,50) with its tributaries, on the Trave, the Eider and the Kieler Förde to Laboe need Schuten and Lighter, with the exception of tank lighter, up to 330 t load capacity in operating form A only to be occupied by the ship's guide.
6.
On routes up to 20 km are valid for Cargo tugs with a load bearing capacity of up to 150 tonnes in the form of a commuting form A, which do not enter into the certificate of the ship:
a)
It is enough to fill with the ship's guide;
b)
for two longitudinally coupled attachments behind the Tugs are sufficient to fill with a common skipper;
c)
Annexes coupled on the side of the tractor do not require any crew.
Permits the use of a load-carrying capacity of up to 500 tonnes between the railway bridge in Bremen and the ports of the centre of the ports and not already covered by the provisions of the first sentence, in the form of A only with one Ship drivers are occupied.
7.
The Central Office of the Boat Investigation Commission/Shipyards may, upon request, allow the carriage of goods with a carrying capacity of up to 330 tonnes on routes up to 20 km in the form of a commuting form A in the form of a commuting operation only with the skipper. This approval is to be carried on board.
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§ 3.06 crew of the goods motor ships and tankers

1.
If on a freight motor ship or a tanker ship
a)
the control device even at the maximum allowable sinking of a person without any special effort
b)
The view and sound characters can be given from the control level during the journey,
c)
with over 40 m in length, an intercom between the control stand and the preship,
d)
the Drive systems can be operated from the control station,
e)
to monitor the drive systems in the danger areas
aa)
The temperature of the cooling water and the pressure of the lubricating oil from main engines and gears and
bb)
the oil or air pressure of the drive or screw control system
at the control level to trigger alarm devices,
f)
The devices referred to in point 5, either by sound or by visual alarm, and are designed to be effective during operation of the propulsion system and are available under all (g)
the mechanical systems are designed to ensure that the regular maintenance work is carried out during the course of the operation, and the
work is carried out during the course of the operation. the journey can be interrupted at any time,
h)
with more than 350 t load-bearing capacity, the Lenz and deck-washing pumps are motorized,
i)
with over 350 t load-bearing capacity, the jack winch, on a ship with a length of over 86 m also the Heckankerwinde is motorized,
j)
the stages 3 and 4 are motorized and handled by a person,
k)
Level 4 the shanks are shiftable or shiftable or equivalent devices, such as B. Sliding-Lukendächer,
is the crew:
Operating Form
(§ 3.03 No. 2)
Level Load capacity Occupation A B C D
1 from 15 to 500t Ship Guide 1 2 22
Matroses-- 1 1
Ship boys 1 1--
2 over 500 to 750 t Ship Guides 1 2 22
Matroses 1 1 2 3
Ship boys----
3 over 750 to 1000 t Ship Guides 1 2 22
Matroses 1 1 2 3
Ship boys 1 1--
4 over 1000 to 1350 t Ship Guides 1 2 22
Ship Guides----
Matroses 1 1 23
Ship boys 1 1 1-
5 over 1350 t Ship Guides 1 2 22
Steuermann 1 1 11
Matroses 1 1 2 2
Ship boys---1
2.
On a Tier 1 ship with more than 300 t load-bearing capacity and level 4 vehicles, the Ship's boys have a driving time of at least 2 years and are at least 17 years old.
3.
On a ship with a power output of more than 589 kW (800 hp) is to replace a sailor by a sailor's motor keeper.
4.
On a ship with a machine power of up to 589 kW (800 hp), a crew member must have the Control and monitoring of the engines, and another crew member can operate the engine to such an extent that it is capable of letting it on and off.
5.
If one or more of the conditions set out in point 1 are not met, the crew for the steps 1 to 3 shall be increased by a ship boy for which the Stages 4 and 5 around a sailor.
6.
If the engine is only used to make smaller local changes in ports and in loading or unloading areas or to increase the number of If the vehicle is used in tow, the ship shall be considered to be a ship without a propulsion engine. The restriction of use shall be entered in the certificate of the ship.
7.
A motor vessel or a tanker carrying a tanker carrying more than one vehicle, as it is, shall be deemed to be a vessel. Crew at all levels and operating modes
a)
for 2 or 3 towed vehicles Ship boys,
b)
with 4 or more towed vehicles around a sailor.
However, do not toss a goods motor ship or a tanker ship in the descent. more than two empty vehicles without their own driving force, which are coupled to each other in the longitudinal direction, the crew does not increase. If a goods motor ship or a tank motor ship drags on a single towed train, its crew does not increase.
8.
For the ride on the Elbe and its tributaries, the Central Office of the Ship examining Commission/Shipeichamt can accept on request that on a ship with a load-bearing capacity up to 120 t of the ship's young, if in the operating mode A
a)
the ship's guide mentally and is physically fit to bear the extra responsibility and
b)
the ship
aa)
only day drives,
bb)
no explosions or fire-dangerous goods promoted and
cc)
Traffic from the Port of Hamburg down to the Freiburg-disturb-opening line.
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§ 3.07 crew of tugs

1.
When on a towing boat, except for a bugboat,
a)
drive systems can be operated from the control station,
b)
to monitor the drive system in the danger zones
aa)
the temperature of the cooling water and the pressure of the lubricating oil of the main engines and gears, and
bb)
the oil or air pressure of the drive or screw control system
are triggered at the control level alarm devices,
c)
The devices referred to in point 2 are either sound or visual alarm and are designed to be effective during the operation of the propulsion systems and are available under all the ship's driver's attention,
d)
the winches for handling the drag strings and the anchors with more than 300 kg of normal weight motorised,
e)
the trawl winches can be operated by a person
is the crew:

Operating Form
(§ 3.03 No. 2)
Level Machine performance Occupation A B C D
1 to 147,2 kW
(200 HP)
Ship Guides 1 2 22
Matroses 1 1-1
Ship boys----
machinists----
Matrosen-Motorwart-- 1 1
2 up to 147,2 kW
(200 hp)
to 294,4 kW
(400 hp)
Ship Guides 1 2 2 2
Matroses---1
Ship boys-- 1-
machinists----
Matrosen-Motorwart 1 1 1 1
3 to 294.4 kW
(400 hp)
to 441,6 kW
(600 hp)
Ship Guide 1 2 22
Matroses 1 1 2 2
Ship boys-- 11
machinists-- 11
Matrosen-Motorwart 1 1--
4 over 441,6 kW
(600 hp)
Ship Guide 1 2 22
Matroses 2 2 2 2
Ship boys----
machinists 1 1 11
Matrosen-Motorwart-- 1 1
one or more of the conditions set out in sentence 1 are not met, the crew will be increased by a sailor motor keeper.
2.
When on a buglow boot
a)
the drive engine can be operated from the control stand,
b)
to monitor the drive system (c)
all equipment referred to in point 2 by sound, for all danger zones from the control station, from the machine control station and from the deck,
c)
and display the alarm and are designed to be effective during the operation of the propulsion system and, in all circumstances, to draw the attention of the rudder commuter,
d)
the winches for handling the towing strands and the anchors with more than 300 kg normal weight are motorized and
e)
The drag string winches can be served from the control stand or from the deck from a person,


1shipleaders,
1Matrose and
1 Matrosen motor wait.


Are one or more prerequisites of the set 1, the crew shall be increased by a sailor; instead of the sailor's engine, a machine shall be on board in this case.
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§ 3.08 Passenger ships crew

1.
When on a passenger ship
a)
the Control device can be handled even in the case of maximum permissible countersinking of a person without a special effort,
b)
View and sound signs during the journey ,
c)
of stages 3 to 7 of the table below, an intercom between the control level and the front vessel, and one intercom A loudspeaker system with which the driver can give instructions to the passengers, is available,
d)
the propulsion systems are operated from the control station
e)
to monitor the drive systems in the danger areas
aa)
the temperature of the cooling water and the pressure of the lubricating oil from main engines and gears as well as
bb)
The oil or air pressure of the drive or screw
control system
is triggered in the control stand,
f)
the devices referred to in paragraph 5 are either sound or visual alarm, and they are so designed, that they are effective during the operation of the propulsion systems and, in all circumstances, that they are drawing the attention of the ship's guide,
g)
the mechanical systems be set up in such a way that the regular maintenance work can be interrupted at any time during the journey,
h)
the Lenz and deck washing pumps are motorized
i)
the jack of the vehicles listed in the following table in stages 4 to 7 is motor-driven,
j)
Anchor winches exist
so the crew is:
Operating Form
(§ 3.03 No. 2)
Level Maximum number of passengers allowed Occupation A B C D
1 to 75 people Ship Guide 1 2 22
Matroses 1 1 1 2
Ship boys-- 1-
machinists----
Matrosen-Motorwart----
2 from 76 to 300
people
Ship Guides 1 2 22
Matroses---1
Ship boys-- 1-
machinists----
Matrosen-Motorwart 1 1 1 1
3 from 301 to 400
people
Ship Guides 1 2 22
Matroses-- 12
Ship boys 1 1--
machinists--- 1
Matrosen-Motorwart 1 1 1-
4 from 401 to 700
people
Ship Guides 1 2 22
Steuermann 1 1 1 1
Matroses 1 1 11
Ship boys----
machinists--- 1
Matrosen-Motorwart-- 1-
5 from 701 to 1100
people
Ship Guides 1 2 22
Steuermann 1 1 1 1
Matroses 1 1 11
Ship boys 1 1--
machinists--- 1
Matrosen-Motorwart-- 1 1
6 from 1191 to 1600
people
Ship Guides 1 2 22
Steuermann 1 1 1 1
Matroses 2 2 22
Ship boys----
machinists--- 1
Matrosen-Motorwart-- 1 1
7 over
1600 people
Ship Guides 1 2 2 2
Steuermann 1 1 11
Matroses 3 3 33
Ship boys----
machinists---1
Matrosen-Motorwart-- 12
2.
A sailor motor wait can be replaced by a machinist, if at least one sailor is part of the crew.
3.
With a maximum number of passengers of more than 500 people, in the operating form A on the Elbe below the upper border of the Port of Hamburg and on the Weser below the Railway bridge in Bremen other than the skipper of the helmsman or a sailor who has the necessary skipper patent for the respective route.
4.
Are one or more several of the conditions referred to in paragraph 1 shall not be met, the crew shall be increased in all forms of operation by a young sailor in stages 1 to 3, and in stages 4 to 7 by a sailor. The Central Office of the Ship Sub-Search Commission/Shipyards may set the qualification of the additional crew member by way of derogation from the first sentence, if this is necessary for technical or safety reasons.
5.
On the Lahn, with a permissible number of passengers up to 250 people, the crew is reduced by a sailor, if
a)
not more than 20 passengers on board,
b)
the water level at the Kalkofen level does not exceed 200 cm and
c)
a lock is not going to pass through; If passengers are not on board, they may also be allowed to pass through locks.
The Central Office of the Ship Investigation Commission/Shipyard records the permissible crew reduction in the ship test permissible for the case.
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§ 3.09 Other Water Vehicles

For Water Vehicles, which are not covered by § § 3.05 to 3.08 (e.g. B. Ferries, floating equipment), the ship's investigation commission or the Central Office of the Ship Investigation Commission/Shipyards shall determine the type and extent of the crew in accordance with the size, construction and equipment of the vehicle. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 3.10 Deviations

1.
In the case of a ship without a prime mover, a cargo motor ship or a tanker ship, which does not have mechanical aids for handling the heavy anchors and the drag trains in addition to the skipper's carrying capacity of 750 tonnes, the crew is, in addition to the ship's guide, only made up of sailors, in the form of a vessel for a ship's boy, in the forms B, C and D of the vessel. to reinforce a sailor; if a ship's boy is already a crew member of the operating form A, he shall be replaced by a sailor.
2.
For all ships, the ship investigation commission or the central office of the ship inspection commission/shipyards establish a higher crew strength if the size, design, equipment and purpose of the ship are to assume that the crew shall be § § 3.05 to 3.08 shall not be sufficient under all circumstances for its safe operation.
3.
In the case of a tow boat, which shall only be used in accordance with the ship test or certificate of ship If the circumstances so require, the ship investigation commission or the central office of the Ship Investigation Commission/Shipyards may set a different crew on the journey in ports, on reeden or on short distances. . The first sentence shall not apply to towed boats which are approved and used for the bugling or the Assisting of seagoing vessels on the waterways of zones 1, 2 or 3.
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§ 3.11 Exception approval

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The ship investigation commission or the central office of the ship investigation mission/ship's oak office can apply for the operating form A the crew of a watercraft on request by in writing, for a journey to the place of destination, a person who is not allowed to be the master of the ship should be reduced if, in spite of a credible effort, it is not possible for the ship's guide to complete the occupation, and if there is still a sailor on the vehicle next to the ship's guide.
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On a ship, the crew of which is larger than a ship's guide and a sailor, the crew may be reduced by a ship's boy if he or she visits a Schiffervocational School and this is confirmed by a certificate on board. This reduction shall be granted for an uninterrupted period of not more than three months in the calendar year.
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§ 3.12 Additional provisions

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The number of tax people, sailors and sailors engine waiting in of the crew two or more persons, a sailor can be replaced by two young sailors. This does not apply to the journey in the operating forms B, C and D. The crew can no longer belong to more than two ship boys. Two ship boys can be replaced by a sailor, if the crew is also a sailor or a sailor's motor keeper.
2.
Occupied by the crew of a watercraft, irrespective of the mode of operation, of more than six members, no crew member may be charged with the general kitchen work.
3.
A watercraft, on which unforeseen circumstances (e.g. B. Sickness, accident, official arrangement) at most one member of the crew during the journey fails, his journey can continue until the next loading or unloading site-a passenger ship to the end of the day-when on the watercraft in addition to a holder of the certificate, another member of the crew is still present for the route in question.
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Appendix 1-applies only to vehicles with ship test requirements-requirements for the tachograph and regulations concerning the installation of tachographs on board

A. Requirements for the tachograph

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Determination of the ship's travel time

To determine the drive by criterion Yes/No to remove the rotation of the screw at a suitable location. In the case of other than propeller drives, the locomoing movement must be taken at an appropriate location. For two or more screw shafts, it is necessary to ensure that only one shaft is registered when rotating.
2.
Identification of the ship

The a single European ship number or the official vessel number shall be indelibly recorded on the data carrier and shall be visible from the data carrier.
3.
Registration on disk

The particular operating mode of the ship, the date and time of the operation, and the outage of the tachograph, insert, and Removal of the data carrier as well as other manipulations on the device must be registered in the data carrier in a forgery-proof way and be visible from the data carrier. Time, insert and removal of the data carrier or Opening and closing of the device, as well as the interruption of its power supply, must be automatically registered by the tachograph.
4.
Duration of registration per day

The rotation between 0.00 and midnight of each day, the date and the respective beginning and end of the rotation. must be fully registered.
5.
Reading the registration

Registration must be clear, easy to read, and clearly understood. The reading of the registration must be possible at any time without special aids.
6.
Recording of the registration

The registrations must be made at any time in easily can be made available as a record.
7.
Registration security

The screw rotation must be forged
8.
Registration of precision

The rotation of the screw must be accurately timed. The reading of the registration must be possible with an accuracy of 5 minutes.
9.
Operating voltages

Fluctuations of the operating voltage up to 10% of the operating voltage Nominal value shall not have any effect on the correct operation of the device. In addition, the installation must be able to bear an increase in the supply voltage by 25% above the nominal value for at least 5 minutes without affecting its operational capability.
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Operating conditions

The devices or device parts must work flawlessly for the following conditions:



B. Installation of tachographs on board

The installation of tachographs on board shall be subject to the following conditions:
1.
The installation of the Tachographs may be made by a specialist company which is recognised by the competent authority.
2.
The tachograph must be in the tax house or at another
3.
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.
4.
The statement about the ship's motion, that is, whether the ship is "in motion" or the "ride set", is derived from the motion of the propulsion system. The corresponding signal has to be derived from the rotation of the screw, the screw shaft or the drive assembly. In the case of other types of drive, an equivalent solution is to be created.
5.
The technical equipment for the detection of the ship's movement is extremely reliable. to install and to secure against unauthorized interventions. For this purpose, the transmission line (including the signal transmitter and device input) for the signals from the drive system to the device must be secured by suitable measures and the line interruption is to be monitored. Suitable for this purpose are: B. Plomben or seals, which are provided with special characters, as well as visible line laying, monitoring circuits.
6.
The approved specialist company, which is the installation , a function check shall be performed after the installation has been completed. It shall issue a certificate on the specific characteristics of the installation (in particular the location and type of seals or seals and their signs and the monitoring equipment) and the proper functioning of the system, which shall also provide information on the approved Device must be included. After each renewal, modification or repair, a re-examination shall be required, which must be noted in the certificate.

The certificate must contain at least the following information:
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the name, address, and character of the approved company that is responsible for the installation or monitoring of the installation ;
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Name, address and telephone number of the competent authority that has recognized the company;
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Single European ship number or official ship number;
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Type and serial number of the Tachograph;
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Function Check Date.


The validity of the Certificate is 5 years.

The certificate attests to the fact that it is an approved device, which is installed by a recognised specialist company and checked for its proper function.
7.
The ship management is operated by the recognized specialist company in the operation of the The device must be instruct and an instruction manual is to be handed out on board. This is to be noted in the certificate of installation.

-Ambient Temperature:0 ° C to + 40 ° C
- Humidity:up to 85% relative humidity
-electrical Protection type:IP 54 according to IEC recommendation 529
-Oil resistance: To the extent that they are intended for an installation in the machine room
, they must be oil-resistant
-Time tracking error limits:± 2 minutes per 24 Hours