Regulation Of The Minister Of Transportation Number Pm 8 2013

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Perhubungan Nomor PM 8 Tahun 2013

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 283, 2013 the MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION. Measurement Vessel. The Ordinance. Method.

REGULATION of the MINISTER of TRANSPORT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 8 PM 2013 ABOUT MEASUREMENT of the VESSEL with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY MINISTER of TRANSPORT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: that in order to implement the provisions of article 168 of the Act No. 17 of 2008 about cruise, the need to set a regulation of the Minister of transport regarding the measurement of vessels.
Remember: 1. Act No. 17 of 2008 about the voyage (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 64 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4849);
2. Government Regulation Number 51 in 2002 about Shipping (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 95 in 2002, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4227);
3. Presidential Decree No. 5 of 1989 tentangRatifikasi International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships, 1969;
4. Presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 about the formation and organization of the Ministries as amended several times, the last presidential regulation Number 91 in 2011;
5. Presidential regulation Number 24 of 2010 about the position, duties, and functions of the Ministries as well as the Organization, duties, and functions of the Echelon I Ministries as amended last presidential regulation Number 92 in 2011;
6. Regulation of the Minister of transportation Number KM 60 of 2010 about the Organization and the work of the Ministry of transportation.
Decide: define: REGULATION of the MINISTER of TRANSPORT REGARDING the MEASUREMENT of VESSELS CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this regulation, the definition of: 1. The vessel was underwater with a particular type of form and, driven by mechanical power, wind power, energy more, pulled or postponed, including the vehicle that empowered support dynamic, vehicles under the surface of the water, as well as buoyant and floating buildings that are not sedentary.
2. The tonnage of the ship is a ship's volume is expressed in gross tonnage (gross tonnage/GT) and net tonnage (net tonnage/NT). 3. list of measurement is a list that contains the calculation of tonnage of ships.

4. Measuring the ship's letter is a letter that contains the size and tonnage of ships based on the measurement results.
5. Measurement of the Code is a series of letters that are organized and assigned to each port that was authorized to issue letters of measure.
6. The length of the Ship is the length measured at 96% of the length of the waterline with a full 85% of the largest size in the lowest measured from the top of the paid off, or the water line length is measured from the front side of the bow up to the linggi axis the axis of the wheel, in this long. 7. Middle of the ship is the midpoint of the length of the vessel measured from the front side of linggi bow.
8. The width of the ship is the largest width of the ship, measured at the middle of the ship to the outer side of the ivory-ivory for ships whose skin made from metal or fibreglass or to the outermost surface of the hull for ships whose skin is made of materials other than metal or fibreglass.
9. The largest In Size are: a. the distance measured perpendicular from the top side paid off to the side under the top deck on the side. On ships other than those made from metal or fibreglass, the distance is measured from the bottom of the Groove in full. When the bottom of the central pieces of the ship-shaped concave transversely, or when there are lines thick pengapit paid off, then the distance is measured from the point where the lines of plain translucent base into cut side paid off;
b. on the ships that the header shape convex, the biggest in size measured up to the point of intersection of the lines of the deck with the side plates of the skin, and these lines extending as though the header so that the shape of the corners;
c. when the top deck rises and rises that are section runs through the point where the largest measure in it must be determined, then the biggest in size measured up to the functor to a line extending from the lower deck sections along the line parallel to the rising part.
10. Passengers are existing sailors on board in addition to crew members and children aged less than 1 (one) year.
11. Experts Measure the ship is Government officials in the Directorate General of Sea Transportation environment designated and authorized by the Director General to carry out measurements of the ship.
12. Harbour is a harbour on the Government officials appointed by the Minister and has the highest authority to initiate and conduct surveillance against the fulfillment of the provisions of laws and regulations to ensure the safety and security of the cruise. 13. the Director-General is the Director General of Sea Transportation.

14. the Minister is the Minister of transport.

CHAPTER II PROCEDURES for the MEASUREMENT of the SHIP is considered part of the Expert Surveyor Ship article 2 (1) each ship before it operated required measurements to determine the length, width, and tonnage of the ship in accordance with the methods of measurement.
(2) the measurements referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by experts measure the ship.
(3) the requirements to be appointed as a surveyor of ships as follows: a. the civil servant at the Directorate General of Sea Transportation environment;

b. pass the following education and training Ship Measurement as evidenced by certificates; and c. obtain confirmation from the Director-General.
(4) the inaugural as a measure of ships that are authorized to carry out measurements of the ship in accordance with the measurement method of the Interior awarded to civil servants in the Environment Directorate General of sea Transportation has passed the following education and training Ship Measurement as evidenced by a certificate.
(5) the inaugural as a measure of ships that are authorized to carry out the measurement of the vessel in accordance with all measurement methods given to: a. the civil servant at the Directorate General of Sea Transportation environment which has passed the following education and training Ship Measurement as evidenced by certificates; b. have done some type of ship measurement in accordance with the measurement method in the country;

c. measurement practices have undergone some type of ship in accordance with the international measurement methods.
(6) education and training of ship's Measurements as referred to in paragraph (4) and paragraph (5) was implemented by the human resources development of transportation.
The second part of article 3 measurement methods (1) Vessels that are less than 24 (twenty four) metres measured in accordance with the measurement method of the Interior and the measuring length 24 (twenty-four) or more metres measured in accordance with the international measurement methods.
(2) a Vessel length of less than 24 (twenty-four) meters, at the request of the owner can be measured in accordance with the international measurement methods.
(3) a ship which has been measured according to international measurement methods referred to in subsection (2) cannot be measured with the measurement method in the country.
(4) a Ship will pass through the Canal, in addition to the measured in accordance with the measurement methods referred to in paragraph (1), shall be measured in accordance with the methods of measurement applicable specifically to the channel in question.
Article 4 (1) the measurement of all the volumes that are included in the calculation of gross tonnage (GT) and net tonnage (NT) on a ship made from metal or fibreglass should be measured up to the inner side of the skin or wall plate without regard to layers or anything else similar to it.
(2) the measurements referred to in subsection (1) other than on a ship made from metal or fibreglass measured up to the outer surface of the skin on the ship.
(3) the size taken direct longitudinal vessel called the length, while the transverse direction taken ship called width, without regard to the form of the measure.
Article 5 (1) the level of accuracy of measurements taken to approach the 1 cm (one centimeter).
(2) points for the Distance and one-third the distance point for calculated up to three (3) decimal, if the fourth digit behind the comma is the number 5 (five) or more, then the third digit behind the comma plus one (1).
(3) correction of curved horizontal cross-sectional area the deck, with the units of square meters (m2) and the volume of the room with the units cubic meters (m3) and the height and width of an average calculated up to 2 (two) decimal, and if the third digit behind the comma behind is the number six or more, then the second digit behind the comma plus one (1).
(4) calculation of ship's tonnage is calculated up to four (4) decimal, if the fifth digit behind the comma is number 6 (six) or more, then the fourth digit behind the comma plus one (1) based on the interpolation of factor K1 or K2 as mentioned in Rule 22 Appendix I which was part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister of transportation.
(5) gross tonnage (GT) and net tonnage (NT) that are listed in the list of measure and measure is the result of rounding by ignoring the decimal comma.
The third section Lists Measure article 6 (1) the calculation and determination of the gross tonnage (GT) and net tonnage (NT) conducted by experts measure the ship by using a list of measure.
(2) a list of the measure referred to in subsection (1) prepared in accordance with the measurement method used and signed by the Expert Surveyor of ships which perform measurements.
(3) a list of the measure referred to in paragraph (1) are recorded in the register book of measurement, are numbered in accordance with the date of publication and immediately sent to the Director-General to make an endorsement.

(4) the numbering of the list the measure referred to in paragraph (3) is done sequentially, starting with the number 1 (one) up to 9999 number (nine thousand nine hundred ninety-nine) and then starts back from the number 1 (one).
(5) the form, content, and format of the order of the list of measurement defined as listed in example 1 and example 2 in Appendix I which was part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister of transportation.
Article 7 (1) of the foreign vessel measuring List drawn up on the basis of the International Convention on the measurement of Ships 1969 (International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships, 1969) by the Government or a body recognized by the country of origin of the flag ship, can be used to set the size and tonnage of Indonesia vessel that came from a foreign ship.
(2) if the measuring vessel list referred to in subsection (1) does not exist or is experiencing changes, size and tonnage of Indonesia vessel that came from a foreign ship referred to in subsection (1) must be ditetapkandengan using a list of measure based on the results of the measurements carried out by the experts of ship measurement vessel.
Part four Letters Measure article 8 (1) measuring Letters published for ships with the size of the gross tonnage (GT) of at least 7.
(2) a letter of measurement referred to in paragraph (1) are distinguished in 3 (three) types, namely: a. letter of measurement in the country;

b. measuring international mail; and c. letter of the special measure.
Article 9 (1) a letter of measurement referred to in article 8 paragraph (1) is valid for the vessel did not change size, tonnage, the name of the ship, or ship not used anymore.
(2) a letter of measurement become inapplicable and should be published in a new ship undergoing measurement: a. changes to the building which caused the breakdown of the size and/or tonnage of the ships listed in the mail measure change; or b.  Rename the ship.
(3) the letter of measure being do not apply when the ship is not used anymore because: a. ditutuh (scraping);

b. sank;

c. decimated;

d. burn; and e. be declared lost.
(4) letters of measure declared null and void if: a. the measurements do not correspond to the provisions referred to in article 3; or b. acquired unlawfully and/or use not in accordance with the allocation.
Part of the fifth sign Trevally article 10 (1) in ships which have been acquiring a measure referred to in article 8 paragraph (1) mandatory sign installed trevally by ship owners.
(2) a sign referred to in paragraph trevally (1) in the form of a series of letters and numbers which consists of GT gross tonnage figures., No. that followed a letter number digit measure, and code measurements from the port which published letters measure defined as mentioned in example 1 in annex II that is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister of transportation.
(3) a sign referred to in paragraph trevally (1) permanently installed on the outside of the front wall of the building or at any other place that is safe and easy to read.
(4) the installation of a sign referred to in paragraph trevally (3) produced a News Event installation of the sign at the Harbour by Trevally installation sign trevally implemented to send to the Harbour publishing Letters Measure.
(5) the form and content of the news show's installation of the sign referred to in paragraph Trevally (4) is specified using the format example 2 in annex II that is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister of transportation.
(6) Mounting permanently trevally sign referred to in subsection (3) is carried out by means of: a. weld, dibaut, or featured riveted to a steel or aluminum construction of the ship;

b. carved wooden construction for ships; or c. attached or painted fibreglass construction for ships or other materials.
(7) the size of the letters and numbers to sign trevally adapted to the gross tonnage of the ship as follows: a. gross tonnage GT up to 174 (one hundred seventy-four Gross Tonnage), using letters and numbers size: 1.65 mm digit height (sixty five millimeters), width 40 mm (forty millimeters);

2. the upper 65 mm (sixty five millimeters), 50 mm width (fifty millimetres);

3. the small letters 50 mm (fifty millimeters), width 35 mm (thirty-five millimeter); and 4. bold letters and numbers 12 mm (twelve millimeters).
b. gross tonnage GT 175 (one hundred seventy-five Gross Tonnage) or more using numbers and letters-size: 1.100 mm digit height (seratusmilimeter), a width of 50 mm (fifty millimetres);

2. higher capitalized 100 mm (one hundred millimetres), width 80 mm (eighty millimeters);

3. the height of lowercase letters 75 mm (seventy-limamilimeter), width 50 mm (fifty millimetres); and 4. bold letters and numbers 20 mm (twenty millimetres).
(8) the form, content, and formatting of a sign referred to in paragraph trevally (7) are set in accordance with example 3 in annex II that is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister of transportation.
CHAPTER III PROCEDURES for the ISSUANCE of LETTERS of MEASURE section 11 (1) a petition for the measurement of the vessel proposed by the owner of the ship or the delegated to the Director-General or the Harbour at port place boat, equipped with a document include the following: a. proof of property rights on board in accordance with the provisions of the legislation; and b. the ship drawings needed in order execution of the measurements of the ship.
(2) the petition may be filed for the ship measurements carried out measurements when the construction of the ship at least physically has reached the stage of completion of the building of the hull, the main deck, and the whole building up.
Article 12 (1) based on the application referred to in article 11 further physical measurements carried out by experts of ship measurement vessel.
(2) in the case of the data size of the room that cannot be obtained through measurements can physically ship architecture using an image as a tool to obtain data size of the room in question.
(3) from the results of physical measurements of the ship referred to in subsection (1), a measure of the ship set a gross tonnage (GT) and net tonnage (NT) and compiled a list of measure.
(4) a list of the measure referred to in paragraph (3) is submitted to the Director General the longest one (1) months from measurements completed to obtain an endorsement with the enclosed documents required as mentioned in article 11 paragraph (1).
(5) for ships that came from a foreign-flagged ship delivery list of measure as referred to in paragraph (4), must be equipped with a certificate from the list of deletion of the ship (deletion certificate) from the country of origin of the flag of the ship.
(6) an endorsement list measure as referred to in paragraph (4) was given by the Director General in the calculation and measurement of the ship which carried out were in accordance with the measurement method of the ship used.
(7) an endorsement or rejection lists measure decided by the Director General of the longest within 5 (five) working days after the list of measurement accepted.
Article 13 (1) measuring Letters published by Harbour at the port that has the code measurements based on the list of the measure has been endorsed by the Director-General.
(2) in the event of the issuance of the letter of the measure referred to in paragraph (1) has yet to be implemented, can be issued a letter of a temporary measure that applies the longest of three (3) months.
(3) the letter of a temporary measure as referred to in paragraph (2) may only be extended upon the approval of the Minister.
(4) the measure is temporary Mail for the ships that measured in foreign countries published by the Director General or the Official Representative of the Republic of Indonesia based on the letter of the Director General.
(5) the letter a temporary measure as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (4) was given a number and the date of publication with the same number and date of measurement.
(6) a letter of measurement referred to in paragraph (1) was given the same number with the number list of measure and given date corresponds to the date of publication.
(7) the form, content and format of the mail order measure in the country, measuring international letter mail and measure while using the format example 1, example 2, example 3, example 4 and on Appendix III that is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister of transportation.
Article 14 (1) of the special measure Letter published by the Director General.
(2) the form, content and format of the mail order special measurement is made to follow the letter of the measure published by the authority of each State are assigned as listed in example 5 in Annex III which is an integral part of part of the regulation of the Minister of transport.
Article 15 (1) in the case of the port the ship is in place there is no measuring vessels, Harbour experts ask for expert help measure the ship from the nearest port which has the code measurements or from the Head Office of the Directorate General of Sea Transportation.
(2) Measurement of the vessel that was implemented as intended in paragraph (1), letters of measure published by: a. place the ship in the harbour of Harbour is located;
b. the Harbour at port that gives expert help measure the ship, when the ship is place port has no code measurements; or c. other harbour Harbour has code measurements, for ships that the measurement is carried out by measuring the ship based on the assignment of the Director General.
Article 16 (1) code measurements as stipulated in article 13 paragraph (1) established by the Director General.
(2) measurement of the Code to the Head Office of the Directorate General of Sea Transportation and port authorities publish measure defined as mentioned in example 1 in annex II that is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister of transportation.
Article 17 (1) measuring the new Letter in lieu of the old measure, published based on measurement results re done because:

a. changes to the building which caused the breakdown of the size and/or tonnage of the ships listed in the mail measure change; or b.  Rename the ship.
(2) the list of measurement results of repeated measurements as referred to in paragraph (1), compiled using data measurement results.
(3) the letter of the new measure as referred to in paragraph (1), was published based on the provisions referred to in Article 13.
(4) the Harbour which published a letter the new measure as referred to in paragraph (3), must inform the Harbour which publish long lists of numbers in order to measure measure the old one in the book register measurement crossed out.
Article 18 (1) the owner, the operator or the ship, Sailors must be immediately reported in writing to the Director-General or the Harbour boat in place in the event of an overhaul of the ship that caused the changes to the data in the Measure. (2) the owner or operator of the ship, Captain, and mandatory ship Builder helps the implementation of measurement vessel.

Article 19 (1) a copy of the letter the measure as a substitute for measuring mail lost or damaged can be issued by the Director General or the Harbour publishing letters measure is missing or damaged.
(2) the petition to obtain a copy of the letter of the measure referred to in paragraph (1), communicated to the Director-General or the Harbour has published letters measure.
(3) the Application referred to in subsection (2), must be equipped with a report is missing from the owner of the ship and the loss of the affidavits State police of the Republic of Indonesia or by mail indicating the measure damaged.
(4) publishing a copy of the letter of the basic measure as referred to in paragraph (1), noted in a column of notes on a copy of the letter of the measure.
CHAPTER IV CLOSING PROVISIONS article 20 with the introduction of these regulations, then Minister of transportation KM Number Rule 6 in 2005 about the measurement vessel, revoked and declared inapplicable.

Article 21 the Director-General of the construction and technical supervision of conduct towards the implementation of this regulation Article 22 of the regulation of the Minister of transportation is starting to take effect on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations the Minister of transportation is by its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on February 12, 1995 the MINISTER of TRANSPORTATION of INDONESIA, E.E. MANGINDAAN Enacted in Jakarta on February 15, 2013 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN Attachment: bn293-2013 fnFooter ();