Regulation Of The Minister Of Transportation Number Pm 115 2016

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Perhubungan Nomor PM 115 Tahun 2016

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NEWS of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 1428, 2016 KEMENHUB. The vehicle above the ship. The carriage. The Ordinance. REGULATION of the MINISTER of TRANSPORT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER PM 115 2016 on the CARRIAGE of VEHICLES PLYING with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MINISTER of TRANSPORTATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: that to realize safety and security for the ships that perform the transport vehicles and their charge, need to establish the regulation of the Minister of transportation of The Freight Vehicle on board; 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 Regulation number 7 by 2015 about the Organization of the Ministry of State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 8 by 2015); 4. Presidential regulation Number 40 of the year 2015 of the Ministry of transportation (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 75); www.peraturan.go.id 2016, no. 1428-2-5. Presidential Decree Number 65 in 1980 about the passage of the International Convention For The Safety of Life at Sea, 1974; 6. Regulation of the Minister of transportation KM Number. 65 in 2009 on a Non Standard Ship Conventions (Non-Convention Vessel standard) Flagged Indonesia; 7. Regulation of the Minister of transportation KM Number 62 in 2010 about the Organization and the Work Unit Office Organizers Port as amended several times, the last with a regulation of the Minister of transportation Number PM 130 2015 about second amendment over the regulation of the Minister of transportation KM Number 62 in 2010 about the Organization and the Work Unit Office Organizers port (Republic Indonesia by 2015 Number 1400); 8. Regulation of the Minister of transportation KM Number 65 in 2010 about the Organization and the Work of the Office of the port of Batam as amended by regulation of the Minister of transportation Number am 47 year 2011 about the changes to the regulation of the Minister of transportation KM Number 65 in 2010 about the Organization and the Work of the Office of the port of Batam; 9. Regulation of the Minister of transportation Number am 34 year 2012 about the Organization and the Work of the main Kesyahbandaran Office (Republic Indonesia in 2012 the number 627); 10. Regulation of the Minister of transportation Number am 36 year 2012 about the Organization and the Work of the Office of the Port Authority and Kesyahbandaran (news of the Republic of Indonesia in 2012 the number 629) as amended by regulation of the Minister of transportation Number 135 PM 2015 about changes to the regulation of the Minister of transportation Number am 36 year 2012 about the Organization and the Work of the Office of the Port Authority and Kesyahbandaran (news of the Republic of Indonesia by 2015 Number 1401); www.peraturan.go.id 2016, no. 1428-3-11. Regulation of the Minister of transportation Number PM 20 year 2015 about Cruise safety standards (news of the Republic of Indonesia by 2015 Number 272); 12. Regulation of the Minister of transportation Number PM 189 2015 about the Organization and the work of the Ministry of transportation (news of the Republic of Indonesia by 2015 Number 1844) as amended by regulation of the Minister of transportation Number PM 86 2016 about changes to the PM 189 2015 about the Organization and the work of the Ministry of transportation (news of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2016 the number 1012); Decide: Define: REGULATION Of The MINISTER Of TRANSPORT On The ABOVE VEHICLE TRANSPORTING The Boat. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this ministerial regulation is: 1. Penimbang Tool is a set of tools to weigh vehicles which can be installed in a fixed or removable which is used to find out the weight of the vehicle and its charge. 2. Ships are vehicles with water forms and a certain type of, which digerakan with wind power, mechanical power, the energy of the other, and 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. 3. Ship Safety Inspectors are Officials of government officials who have qualifications and expertise in the field of the safety of the ship and are appointed by the Minister. www.peraturan.go.id 2016, no. 1428-4-4. Public transport companies are legal entities which provide transport of people and/or goods with motor vehicles. 5. Passenger ship is a ship that is built and constructed and accommodation facilities for transporting passengers more than 12 (twelve) persons. 6. Ro-ro Ship is a ship that has one or more decks either open or closed which is used for transporting all types of vehicles as the charge loaded through the front doors of the rampa system as well as the back of the ship and loaded and unloaded to and from aboard the vehicle or platform equipped with wheels. 7. Ship Passenger Ro-ro Ro-ro vessels are equipped to transport passengers accommodation. 8. Landing Ships (Landing Craft Tank) was a ship that has a deck for transporting cargo of vehicles or heavy equipment in geladaknya. 9. Passengers are all people in addition to the captain and crew of the vessel or other people who work or do activities above the ship in his capacity with regard to the interests of the ship including children from less than 1 (one) year. 10. Safety and security of the cruise is a State satisfy the requirements of safety and security related to transport in the waters, kepelabuhanan, and the maritime environment. 11. Kelaiklautan Ship is a ship that meets State requirements for the safety of the ship, the prevention of pollution of waterways from ship, pengawakan, load, loading, the well-being of the crew and passenger health, the legal status of the vessel, safety management and the prevention of pollution from ships, and sailing ships for security management in specific waters. www.peraturan.go.id


2016, no. 1428-5-12. The safety of the ship is a ship that meets the requirements of material, construction, building, machinery and electricity, stability, order and supplies including supplies helper tools and radio, electronic board, as evidenced by the certificate after inspection and testing. 13. Binding Instruments (Lashing gear) charge is all good tools that are installed permanently or tools that can be dipindah-pindah, which is used to bind and support charge units. 14. Diperairan transport company is a legal entity that provides services of transport of people and/or goods by ocean freight. 15. The strength of the deck (Deck load capacity) is the maximum amount of content that can be transported above the deck in tons/sqm. 16. the Directorate is the Directorate General of Sea Transportation. 17. the Director-General is the Director General of Sea Transportation. 18. the Minister is the Minister of transport. CHAPTER II SCOPE article 2 (1) this is a ministerial regulation guidelines for doing the binding include weighing the vehicle along with charge, a binder and binding procedures at the time of sailing ships in the sea and weather conditions are good and bad, as well as other conditions that may compromise the stability of the ship. (2) the guidelines referred to in paragraph (1) applied on a ship that carries the vehicle on: a. the ro-ro ferry that carries ground vehicles for the trip near without any place www.peraturan.go.id 2016, no. 1428-6-berlindungan (in the middle of a trip) including Landing Ship tanks (LST) or Landing Craft tanks (LCT) used for transporting ground vehicles; b. ships that will transport the ground vehicles weighing between 3.5 (three comma five) tons up to 40 (forty) tonnes; c. the ship that carries trains with a maximum total weight in 1 (one) unit of not more than 45 tons. (3) the guidelines referred to in subsection (1) does not replace the principles of good seamanship skills and not also can replace experience in loading and binding practices charge. CHAPTER III WEIGHING of article 3 (1) of each port used to transport vehicles using the ship should prepare a tool to weigh vehicles in the port area to weigh vehicles before being transported above the ship. (2) tools to weigh the vehicle referred to in subsection (1) may be either permanent weigh tool and/or tools weigh portable. (3) portable and permanent weigh Instrument referred to in subsection (2), use example 1 in the appendix which forms part of this ministerial regulation is inseparable. Article 4 www.peraturan.go.id 2016, no. 566-7 – (1) to prevent the buildup of vehicles that will be weighed and ascending the ship, shall be provided some weigh as needed. (2) tools weigh as mentioned on paragraph (1) is provided in what area of the Harbour and can be supervised easily without interrupting the smooth flow of goods. Article 5 (1) every vehicle shall be transported above mandatory ship equipped with information on the type and weight of the payload. (2) a vehicle referred to in subsection (1) must be weighed before being loaded above the ship to ensure the gross weight of the vehicle and its charge. (3) gross weight referred to in paragraph (2) the verification with the weight of the vehicle as well as the weight of the charge contained in the information concerning the weight of the payload. Article 6 (1) a vehicle which weighed and correspond to the data on the information concerning the type and the weight of the payload can be loaded over the ship. (2) the placement of vehicles plying is done in accordance with the plan of loading has been made. Article 7 (1) a vehicle which weighed weighed and not in accordance with the data on the reported weight, given the sign and cannot be loaded over the intended vessel unless the strength deck on the ship's destination is still in line to receive vehicles with a weight like that. (2) if the ship is not the appropriate deck has the power, then the vehicle must www.peraturan.go.id 2016, no. 566-8-separated and waiting for the boat with the strength of the deck accordingly. (3) in the event that there is no ship that has the strength of the corresponding deck to transport vehicles as mentioned in subsection (2), then if possible, charge the vehicle must be dismantled in part to get the gross weight which corresponds to the strength of the deck. (4) the loss of time and expenses incurred as a result of change of planning because of the weight of the vehicle loading with the charge found not as reported, the responsibility of the public transport companies. Article 8 (1) diperairan bertangggung transport company for the safety and security of the vehicle and its passengers and/or goods that he brought. (2) diperairan transport companies must ensure that their ships have been getting heavy information loads and/or vehicle together with the transported charge liner before loading begins. Article 9 (1) Each public transport company responsible for the correctness of data including gross weight report presented in the information on the weight of the vehicle including the type and weight of the payload of the vehicle. (2) Negligence in providing data and/or non-heavy rendering found giving rise to delays in the process of loading on his boat, may result in administrative sanctions against the owner or operator of a vehicle to be transported. CHAPTER IV TOOLS BINDER (LASHING GEAR) www.peraturan.go.id


2016, no. 1428-9-Article 10 (1) some of the type of fastener that can be used as follows: a. straps vehicle (automobile tiedown rope); b. sling fastener with toothed lock (ratchet strap assembly); c. chain with the amplifier/pengencangnya (chain with turnbuckle). (2) type of equipment referred to in subsection (1) has the following requirements: a. either a chain or other tools made of steel or other material that has the strength of character and flexibility (elongation) of the same; b. the strength of binding tool without the occurrence of permanent deformation must not be less than 120 (one hundred twenty) KN; c. Binding Instrument must be lashed to the securing points using a hook or other appropriate tool; d. the angle between the tool with the fastener field base (deck) horizontally between 20o (twenty) s. d 60o (sixty) (3) Binding Instrument as mentioned in subsection (1) to use example 2 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister. Article 11 (1) every ship that is transporting ground vehicles must have dots place binding with the following conditions: a. the horizontal distance between the point of maximum Binding Place 2.5 (two comma five) meters; b. the distance between the transverse Point Place Tie between 1.7 (comma two eight) s. d 3.0 (three) metres; www.peraturan.go.id 2016, no. 1428-10-c. has the power without permanent damage to up to 120 (one hundred twenty) Kilo Newton (KN). (2) place the point of the fastener as referred to in paragraph (1) using the example 3 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister. Article 12 (1) every ship is obligated to provide the fastener charges enough above the ship. (2) Binding Instrument as referred to in subsection (1) must comply with the condition of the ship and the number and size of the payload of the vehicle which will be transported. (3) information about power and how to use and maintenance instructions for each type of binding instruments specifically should be available on the above ship owned Guide; Article 13 factors that should be considered in the use of the fastener that can be moved, among others: a. duration of travel; b. geographic area of travel with special attention to the operation of the temperature is possible from the removable fastener tools; c. sea conditions that may occur; d. the size, design and characteristics of the ship; e. style-the style of the static and dynamic that may occur during the trip; f. type and covering each unit charge including vehicles; g. the planned loading pattern against the charge units including vehicles; and h. the weight and size of each load and vehicle units. Article 14 www.peraturan.go.id 2016, no. 1428-11-(1) the charge Units including vehicles must meet the requirement to be transported and have a place to connect it with the fastener. (2) the charge contained in a vehicle referred to in subsection (1) must be tied to either; Article 15 (1) space fit must be clean of oil and fat drops (grease). (2) the vessel should have the appropriate Binder supplies for the charge to be transported and in sufficient amounts. (3) the Unit charge and/or vehicle must have a document that provides information overall weight of unit load and/or vehicles including information act special care that must be done during the trip at sea. Article 16 (1) every ship freed to choose the type of equipment the fastener to be used. (2) equipment selection binder as intended in paragraph (1) adjusted for the condition of the ship and the speed of the desired binding. Article 17 (1) of the vehicle must be placed lengthwise (longitudinal) and makes the bow or the stern of the ship and could not traverse the ship. (2) space vehicle must be sterile placement of passengers during the cruise. (3) the distance of the vehicle with the wall of the vessel should be such that it should not cover fire valve or faucet and a person. (4) the vehicle's engine should be turned off, the porseneling and the parking brake should be activated and all vehicles must be www.peraturan.go.id 2016, no. 1428-12-bound (lashing) with a lashing that corresponds to the distance and weather conditions as well as the cruise wheel vehicles should be fouled. (5) placement of vehicles referred to in paragraph (1) using the example 4 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister. BINDING ORDINANCES chapter V Article 18 binding of vehicles must meet the following conditions: a. the overall weight of the vehicle between 3.5 (three comma five) tons up to 20 (twenty) tons, must use at least 2 (two) tools Binder (lashing gear) with a safe working load (safe working load) that fit on each side of the vehicle; b. vehicles that overall weight of 20 (twenty) tons up to thirty (30) tonnes must use at least 3 (three) tools Binder (lashing gear) with a safe working load (safe working load) that fit on each side of the vehicle; c. a heavy vehicle in its entirety between thirty (30) tonnes up to 40 (forty) tons should use at least four (4) tools Binder (lashing gear) with a safe working load (safe working load) that fit on each side of the vehicle; d. Tools Binder (lashing gear) as referred to in paragraph (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3) mandatory National Standard meets Indonesia. Article 19 www.peraturan.go.id


2016, no. 1428-13-(1) every vehicle required binding during the cruise. (2) the binding referred to in subsection (1) is carried out on a vehicle which is located in the front row (bow) Middle (midship) and rear (aft). (3) the Vehicle is not made binding as referred to in paragraph (2) required clamps on the wheels of the vehicle. (4) the binding as referred to in paragraph (2) using the example of the 5 in the appendix that is part an integral part of this regulation of the Minister. Article 20 (1) the distance between one side of the vehicle at least sixty (60) cm. (2) the distance between the face and the back of each vehicle is 30 (thirty) cm. (3) to the side of the vehicle next to it is adjacent to the wall of the vessel, within sixty (60) cm counted from the lining of the walls in the outside or ivory-ivory. CHAPTER VII the ADMINISTRATIVE SANCTIONS of article 21 (1) organizers of the port reserves the right to refuse vehicles which do not meet the conditions stipulated in the regulations of the Minister. (2) a vehicle that does not meet the conditions referred to in paragraph (1) excluded from the incoming queue path to the ship. (3) compulsory port Organizers pulled out of vehicles driving on the queue entry to ships referred to in paragraph (2). Section 22 www.peraturan.go.id 2016, no. 1428-14-(1) Each public transport company that provides data and information content that is not appropriate in addition to bear the loss of time and cost, given administrative sanctions. (2) administrative Sanctions referred to in paragraph (1) in the form of: a. a written warning; b. freezing of permissions; or c. the revocation. Article 23 (1) of the administrative Sanction in the form of a written warning as stipulated in article 22 paragraph (2) letter a is as much as 3 (three) times in a row. (2) administrative Sanction in the form of freezing permission as referred to in article 22 paragraph 2 subparagraph b, given in public transport companies do not carry out obligations after being given a written warning. (3) revocation of consent as stipulated in article 22 paragraph (2) letter b is given in public transport companies do not carry out obligations of freezing after being given permission. CHAPTER VI TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 24 (1) of the regulation the Minister apply to the ship that carries the vehicle built by laying full on or after 1 July 2017. (2) For vessels which have operated (existing ship) put in place after the implementation of the renewing of the first examination which is 2 (two) years after the setting of this Ministerial Regulation. Article 25 www.peraturan.go.id 2016, no. 1428-15-the Director General do coaching and technical supervision against the implementation of the regulation of the Minister of this CHAPTER VIII PROVISIONS COVER Article 26 this Ministerial Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Ministerial Regulation with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia. Established in Jakarta on 16 September 2016 TRANSPORT MINISTER of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, ttd BUDI KARYA SUMADI Enacted in Jakarta on 22 September 2016 GENERAL DIRECTOR of legislation of the MINISTRY OF LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, WIDODO EKATJAHJANA ttd www.peraturan.go.id 2016, ATTACHMENT No. 1428-16-REGULATION of the MINISTER of TRANSPORT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER PM 115 2016 on the CARRIAGE of VEHICLES PLYING example 1 Tool Portable Weigh Bridge Permanent Weigh www.peraturan.go.id 2016 No. 1428-17-example 2 IMAGE TOOLS BINDER (LASHING GEAR) 1. Girdle of the vehicle (Automobile Tiedown Rope) 2. Sling fastener with toothed lock (Ratchet Strap Assembly) Sling fastener with toothed lock (Ratchet Strap Assembly) model ganco at both ends of the Sling constricting sides with toothed lock (Ratchet Strap Assembly) model ganco on one side 3. Chain with the amplifier/pengencangnya (Chain with turnbuckle) www.peraturan.go.id 2016, no. 1428-18-chain with ganco Fastener (turnbuckle) which can be attached with a chain Ganco with chain and pengencangnya example 3 www.peraturan.go.id 2016, no. 1428-19-Point fastener above the deck (lashing point) Point fastener for smaller vehicles Point fastener ring-shaped vehicle example 4 www.peraturan.go.id 2016, no. 1428-20-Vehicle placed lengthwise along the bow or the stern of the vessel and must not ship transverse example 5 www.peraturan.go.id 2016 No. 1428-22-Binding a Binding one vehicle a one vehicle on the next line www.peraturan.go.id 2016, no. 1428-22-Binding on large vehicle/heavy use of the binding chains for small vehicle TRANSPORT MINISTER of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, ttd BUDI KARYA SUMADI www.peraturan.go.id

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