Regulation on the implementation of the law on maritime safety

Original Language Title: Verordnung zur Durchführung des Seesicherheits-Untersuchungs-Gesetzes

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Regulation on the implementation of the law on maritime safety (DVSUG)

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DVSUG

Date of completion: 05.06.1986

Full quote:

" Regulation implementing the Law of the Seas of 5 June 1986 (BGBl). 860), as last amended by Article 16 (21) of the Law of 19. October 2013 (BGBl. 383).

Status: Last amended by Art. 16 Abs. 21 G v. 19.10.2013 I 383

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Footnote

(+ + + Text certificate: 12.6.1986 + + +) 
(+ + + measures on the basis of the EinigVtr cf. SeeUGDV Annex EV; no more
shall apply to the Art. 109 No. 5 Buchst. d DBuchst. cc G v. 8.12.2010 I 1864 + + +)

Heading: IdF d. Art. 3 No. 1 G v. 16.6.2002 I 1815 mWv 20.6.2002 Unofficial table of contents

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On the basis of § 5 (3) and § 8 (3) of the Law on the Law of the Sea of 6 December 1985 (BGBl. 2146) The Federal Minister of Transport, on the basis of Section 22 (5) of this Act, is appointed by the Federal Minister of Transport in agreement with the Federal Minister of Finance:

Section 1
Local competence of the Maritime Offices

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§ 1 Jurisdiction of the Seeamt Kiel

The Seeamt Kiel is responsible within the meaning of Section 43 of the Law of the Seasonment of the Law of the Sea, if the authority or authority has been granted by the Water and Shipping Directorate North or from or in the Land Schleswig-Holstein, or if in the safety of navigation in the area of responsibility of the waterways and shipping offices of Lübeck, Kiel-Holtenau, Brunsbüttel or Tönning or in the adjacent ports is particularly affected. Unofficial table of contents

§ 2 Jurisdiction of the Seeamt Hamburg

The Seeamt Hamburg is responsible within the meaning of Section 43 of the Law of the Law of the Sea, if the authority or authority has been granted by or in the Land of Hamburg or if, to a particular extent, the safety of the sea voyage in the The responsibility of the water and shipping offices Hamburg or Cuxhaven or in the adjacent harbours is affected. Unofficial table of contents

§ 3 Jurisdiction of the Seeamtes Bremerhaven

The Seeamt Bremerhaven is responsible for the purposes of Section 43 of the Law of the Law of the Sea, if the authority or authority has been granted by or in the Land of Bremen, or if, to a particular extent, the safety of the sea voyage in the Responsibility of the water and shipping offices Bremen or Bremerhaven or in the adjacent ports is affected. Unofficial table of contents

§ 4 Jurisdiction of the Seeamt Emden

The Seeamt Emden is responsible within the meaning of Section 43 of the Law of the Seasonment of the Law of the Sea, if the authority or authority has been granted by the Water and Shipping Directorate Northwest or from or in the State of Lower Saxony or if in particularly the maritime safety of the water and shipping authorities Emden or Wilhelmshaven or in the adjacent ports is affected. Unofficial table of contents

§ 4a Jurisdiction of the Seeamt Rostock

The Seeamt Rostock is responsible within the meaning of § 43 of the Law of the Seasonment of the Law of the Seas if the authority or authority is granted by or in the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern or by a service of the former German Democratic Republic , or, to a particular extent, the safety of navigation within the area of responsibility of the Stralsund waterway and shipping office or in the adjacent ports. Unofficial table of contents

§ 4b Multiple responsibilities

Several procedures on which the same facts are based should not be carried out by different maritime offices. The Maritime Office, which was the first to base the facts on the matter, is responsible for the maritime office, which is the sole responsibility of the chairperson.

Section 2
Selection of the honorary co-sitters

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§ 5 Person Groups

(1) The honorary members of the Maritime Offices are to be selected from the following categories:
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Captains and ship officers of the nautical and technical service as well as radio officers,
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sea and port controllers, as well as sewer steurers,
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Ship guides of inland waterway vessels operating on maritime routes or in seaports,
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experienced water sportsmen, who are at least holders of the Official Sports Boat licence,
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Officers of the Navy, officials from the Federal Police, the Water Customs Service and the Water Protection Police,
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Officials of the Water and Shipping Administration of the Federal Government and of the countries with special expertise, in particular in the fields of water engineering and sea sign technology as well as the port operations,
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Staff of the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency,
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Technical inspectors and employees of the professional association for transport and transport industry, who have been treated as technical officers,
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Staff of the Labour Protection Authorities (§ 102 Seemannsgesetz),
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Technical staff of recognised organisations with whom a contract has been established in accordance with Directive 2009 /15/EC, referred to in point D (7) of the ship safety act,
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Members of ship-examination commissions,
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Employees of the Search and Rescue Service of the German Society for the rescue of shipwreaers,
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Shipowners and shipbrokers, as well as their employees,
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Owners or employees of shipyards and port companies,
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Lecturers at technical universities (universities), universities and at technical colleges or universities of applied sciences.
(2) The co-sitters must have a multi-annual professional experience within the meaning of paragraph 1. (3) Persons who shall be the 61. They are not to be ordered to the side-seater. Unofficial table of contents

§ 6 List of sittlists

The sittlist shall contain:
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The name, birthday and residence of the co-sitter,
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information on the nature and duration of his previous professional activity, including, where appropriate, the employer; and
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, in agreement with the co-sitter, also provide information on his particular professional qualifications and experience.
Certificates of competence, best-allings as souls and driving licences shall be designated. The body designated by the co-sitter shall be indicated.

Section 3
Fees and expenses of the marine accident investigation

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§ 7 Fees

The seagoing offices shall charge for individually attributable public services in the field of investigation of maritime accidents charges after the annex to this Regulation.

Section 4
Final provisions

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§ 8

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Section 9 Entry into force

This Regulation shall enter into force on the day after the date of delivery. Unofficial table of contents

Annex (to § 7)
Charge directory

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2002, 1827;
with regard to of the individual amendments. Footnote) Nr.Fee/Fee/Legal deposit fee Euro
1 Withdrawal of an entitlement within the meaning of Section 39 (1) of the SUG or a reduction in the exercise of powers hereto (§ 50 (1), (2) and (4) of the SUG) 250
2 Withdrawal of a driving licence for recreational craft or other vehicles within the meaning of section 39 (2) of the SUG or subsaation of the exercise of powers hereto (§ 50 (1), (2) and (4) of the SUG) 200
3 Unsuccessful objection to the ordering of the publication of documents and objects for the investigation (§ 47 (1) sentence 2 SUG) 75
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Annex EV Excerpt from EinigVtr Annex I, Chapter XI, Area D, Section III
(BGBl. II 1990, 889, 1107)

Federal law shall enter into force in the territory referred to in Article 3 of the Treaty, with the following measures:
1. and 2. ...
3.
Regulation on the implementation of the Law on the Law of the Sea of 5 June 1986 (BGBl. 860) with the following proviso: In the application of § § 5 and 6, the persons who are included in the "List of the members of the Seekchambers" of the German Democratic Republic shall also be taken into account.
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