The Provisions On Holiday Safety

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par atpūtas kuģu drošību

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Updated April 23, Latvian Journal No. 63 (3847) Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 201, Riga, 25 March 2008 (pr. 19 § 4) the rules on recreational vessels issued in accordance with the maritime administration and the Maritime Security Act, article 11 of the fourth part 1 General questions 1. determines the safety requirements for ships registered in Latvia and the rest of the ships to be registered. 2. When applying the rules, subject to the following limitations: 2.1 the provisions do not apply to recreational craft to ensure with the crew and carry more than 12 passengers for commercial purposes;
2.2. these rules 4, 5, 6 and 8 of chapter, subchapter 9.1 and Chapter 12 does not apply to recreational craft, the requirements laid down in the legislation of recreational vessels construction, assessment of conformity and placing on the market. 3. The terms used in the following terms: 3.1. recreational craft-sport or leisure for any type of vessel that is registered or recorded in the register of Latvia;
3.2. rest the maximum length of the vessel-the ship's length overall (LOA) of the bow with a permanently attached structures up to the stern with a permanently attached structures according to the standard LVS EN ISO 8666:2003 "small craft-basic data (further-standard ISO 8666);
3.3. the rest of the hull length-length of Hull (LH) from the shell to the hull aft of the bow without permanently attached structures according to the standard ISO 8666;
3.4. open recreational vessel-vessel not watertight;
3.5. emergency slēgdēl-slēgdēl, which is connected directly to the emergency source of electrical power and power distribution for emergency cases;
3.6. non-combustible material-material that open flames or hot surfaces exposure does not ignite and smolders, charred;
3.7 fuel system-equipment that is used to produce fuel for internal combustion engines supply. This includes high pressure pumps, filters, heaters and other equipment that works with fuel pressure exceeding 0.18 N/mm2;
3.8. the deepest operating waterline-the waterline corresponding to the maximum draught of the ship;
3.9. living space-dormitory, mess, sanitary rooms and lounges;
3.10. the existing ship-a ship which is not a new ship;
3.11. main deck-continuous watertight deck that is directly exposed to the external (sea and weather);
3.12. main slēgdēl-slēgdēl, which is directly connected to the main power source and intended for distribution of electricity;
3.13. the main steering linkage-mechanism, power packs (if any is used), auxiliary equipment and features that provide a torque to the steering shaft drainage, under normal operating conditions to effectively amend the corner and managed;
3.14. the new vessel – a vessel that meets the following conditions: 3.14.1. the agreement on the construction of the ship is closed 1 April 2008 or later;
3.14.2. the contract for the ship's construction is concluded before April 1, 2008, but the ship is delivered to the customer by 1 January 2010;
3.14.3. the conclusion of a contract for the construction of the ship, but the vessel's construction start date determines when it is inserted into the Carina or enclosed construction, or construction is assembled (design weight is the lowest of the values-50 tonnes or 1% of the weight of the design of the vessel provided for);
3.15. the ship owner's manual-a document issued by the manufacturer of the vessel owner to the standard LVS EN ISO 10240:2005 "small ship-owner's manual";
3.16. the ship without power-a condition in which dzeniekārt, palīgkatl and auxiliary machinery don't work because the power supply is not ensured;
3.17. the engine room-the ship's construction in part where the internal combustion engine, or central heating palīgkatl;
3.18. the nominal operating speed-increased speed, a ship has been designed with maximum allowed draught;
3.19. normal operation and housing-a condition in which the ship as a whole, the machinery, dzeniekārt, steering, safe navigation, equipment that reduce the risk of fire and risk the ship fills with water, external relations and signāllīdzekļ, leaving the ship features present condition and housing provides minimal comfort;
3.20. the persistence of information-information about the vessel's buoyancy, resistance in different sailing conditions with various loads;
3.21. the notified body certification and inspection bodies-accredited national agency "Latvian National Accreditation Bureau" to the standard LVS EN ISO/IEC 17020:2005 "the main criteria for different types of bodies performing inspection", or in other Member States of the European Union notified body, on which the economy Ministry published a notice in the newspaper "Gazette";
3.22. the service not the engine periodically-the engine room, which is not always (also the vessel carrying out maneuvers) located in the service staff;
3.23. the width (B)-the greatest width of the vessel, which measured the length of the ship in the middle between the outer edges of the frame (ships with metal lining) and between the outer surfaces of the hull (the lining of the vessels with other material) to the standard ISO 8666;
3.24. spare wheel transmission-equipment designed to effectively amend the corner and run the ship, where the main steering linkage stops;
3.25. the height of the side (D)-the theoretical side height at the midpoint of the length of the ship;
3.26. fire alarms-technical features which, in the event of a fire, it automatically found, fixed and flags;
3.27. watertight integrity-the ability of the structure to let through water in one direction, if the water pressure is having this strukcij Kona is intended. 4. Depending on the design of the rest of the ships divided into four categories (A, B, C and D), in accordance with the laws of the rest of the ship construction, the assessment of conformity and placing on the market. 5. Holiday ship designed and built in such a way that it meets the criteria for the category concerned in respect of stability, buoyancy, and other requirements laid down for categories and to ship have good driving characteristics. 6. Category A and B recreational vessel with a gross tonnage of 500 or more, prior to registration in the register of Latvia receives classification issued by a recognised organisation. 7. the Rest of the ship, which is used in commercial activity, corresponds to the 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea, together with subsequent amendments (henceforth-SOLAS Convention), 1972 International Convention for the prevention of collisions of vessels regulations (COLREG Convention hereinafter) and 1966 International Convention on load lines mark and its 1988 Protocol (hereinafter referred to as LL 66 Convention) requirements depending on the size, type and shipping areas and special requirements set out in these regulations. 8. Recreational craft comply with the 1973 International Convention for the prevention of pollution from ships and its Protocol of 1978. 9. If the person needs their own builds rest Board (hereinafter referred to as the rest of the ship is a self-constructed) that for the next five years will not be offered to the European Union market, construction monitoring State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" (further-the Latvian maritime administration) Maritime Safety Inspectorate (hereinafter Inspectorate) or a recognised organisation. 10. inspection agreement with a new vessel of a self-constructed recreation registration register of Latvia, which is built in the inspection or supervision of a recognized organization if the following conditions are met: 10.1 the ship construction completed by June 30, 2008;
10.2. the ship built for your needs and for the next five years will not be offered on the market of the European Union;
10.3. the ship is built in accordance with the rules of a recognised organisation;
10.4. the inspections all the necessary information has been submitted on vessels (including stability calculations, drawings, materials, and construction specifications);
10.5. the inspection carried out in the initial survey results are positive. 2. Commercial use for the rest of the vessel inspection 2.1. initial inspection 11. Initial inspection shall be made before the registration of recreational craft register of Latvia. 12. If the rest of the ship is built in accordance with the laws of the rest of the ship construction, the assessment of conformity and placing on the market, the owner of the ship shall provide the inspection of the vessel owner's manual, which according to these regulations, accompanied by a written declaration of conformity. 13. when the rules referred to in paragraph 12 of the rest of the ship, the Latvian maritime administration Maritime Safety Inspectorate (hereinafter Inspector) shall carry out the following checks: 13.1 if the ship is not older than two years, checks the documentation submitted, as well as on board the ship's compliance with the label the documentation submitted. Make sure the inspector about the compliance of equipment with the provisions of this chapter 7, section 9.2, and 10 chapter 11 requirements. If the rest of the ship at the time of registration is located abroad and the owner of the ship shall provide the inspection of the vessel in a declaration of compliance with this provision of the equipment Chapter 7, section 9.2, 10 and 11 the requirements laid down in chapter, the Inspector checks the documents but not inspected;

13.2. If the vessel is more than two years old, the Inspector without these rules 13.1. checks referred to in paragraph 1, the bottom of the ship's construction and equipment, machinery and make sure their condition matches the requirements of safe navigation. If the ship at the time of registration in foreign countries and submitted a declaration of vessel inspection equipment for compliance with this provision in Chapter 7, section 9.2, and 10 chapter 11 requirements of a recognised organisation, as well as a report on the inspection of the vessel and its conformity with the requirements of safe navigation, the Inspector checks the documents but does not perform inspections on board. 14. If the rest of the ship is built in accordance with the requirements laid down in the laws of the rest of the ship construction, the assessment of conformity and placing on the market, but have been registered in a Member State of the European Union, the owner of the ship shall provide the inspection of the vessel and the previous registration documents issued by the manufacturer of the vessel document, indicating the category of the ship (maritime Division) and the maximum number of people on board. 15. This provision, paragraph 14, of the vessel inspection, the Inspector checks the documents presented, as well as on board the ship (ship's name, manufacturer's mark) compliance with the documentation submitted. The Inspector checks the Board structures, mechanisms and equipment and make sure that they meet the requirements laid down in these rules, but their condition-the requirements of safe navigation. 16. If this provision 14. in the case referred to in paragraph owner is unable to provide evidence that the vessel has been previously registered in a Member State of the European Union, the inspector shall act in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 17 or 19. If the owner provides evidence that the vessel has been previously registered in a Member State of the European Union, but you can not submit the Board manufacturer's documents to verify the vessel's class and the maximum number of people on the ship, he shall submit a recognised organisation or of the traffic Ministry approved a list of qualified experts designated experts (is ocean Yacht Master qualification and at least one year of experience in the design or construction of the yacht). 17. If the rest of the ship is built in accordance with the requirements laid down in the laws of the rest of the ship construction, the assessment of conformity and placing on the market, and have not been registered in a Member State of the European Union, but is scheduled for commercial operation, ship hire, the shipowner shall submit the inspection notified body opinion on board compliance with requirements set by the laws of the Member States ' laws, regulations and administrative provisions relating to recreational craft. 18. when the provisions referred to in paragraph 17 of the vessel inspection, the Inspector checks the documentation submitted, as well as on board the ship's compliance with the label the documentation submitted. Make sure the inspector about the compliance of equipment with the provisions of this chapter 7, section 9.2, and 10 chapter 11 requirements. If the ship at the time of registration abroad, notified body opinion drawn up no later than six months prior to the submission of documents and the owner of the ship shall provide the inspection of the vessel in a declaration of compliance with this provision of the equipment Chapter 7, bottom section 9.2, 10 and 11 the requirements laid down in chapter, the Inspector checks the documents, but did not make the Board examination. 19. If the rest of the ship is built in accordance with the requirements laid down in the laws of the rest of the ship construction, the assessment of conformity and placing on the market, and have not been registered in a Member State of the European Union, but is scheduled for commercial operation by providing the ship with the crew and the carriage of passengers, the owner shall submit to the inspections by the manufacturer of the vessel provided to documents that contain the ship's category (maritime Division) and the maximum number of people on board. 20. the provisions of paragraph 19 of the said vessel, the Inspector checks the documentation submitted, as well as on board the ship's compliance with the label the documentation submitted. The Inspector checks the Board structures, mechanisms and equipment and make sure that they meet the requirements laid down in these rules, but their condition-the requirements of safe navigation. If the owner is unable to provide the Board manufacturer's documents certifying the vessel's class and the maximum number of people on the ship, he shall submit a recognised organisation or of the traffic Ministry approved a list of qualified experts designated experts (is ocean Yacht Master qualification and at least one year of experience in the design or construction of the yacht). 21. the results of the initial inspection the Inspector specifies. If the vessel meets the requirements of these provisions, inspections, provide recreational vessel sailing ability certificate (annex 1). Recreation vessel sailing ability card is issued for a period of up to six years, and it is effective if after the periodic inspection the Inspector has approved it with a signature. 2.2. Periodic inspection Periodic inspection carried out 22. once every two years to ensure that the ship's structure, the komplektējum and the technical condition complies with safe navigation conditions. 23. The owner of the ship shall produce periodic inspection every other year six month period, which begins three months before the sailing capabilities of certificate expiration date and ends three months after that date. Periodic inspections after arranging shipping options at the start of the season. 24. Periodic inspections during sure that after the previous inspections were not carried out by the inspection vessel unmatched constructive changes, have met the above requirements of the inspection and to perform the rescue, emergency communications and fire-fighting equipment required. 25. If the periodic inspection is positive, the shipping capacity of the certificate confirmed by the signature of the Inspector. 2.3. the parts of the hull underwater view view and extraordinary underwater part of the hull 26 review is carried out every six years. 27. the results of the inspection the Inspector draws up legislation and take into account the results of the inspection, the vessel carried out periodic reviews. 28. Extraordinary inspections: 28.1. If the accident;
28.2. the inspection requirements and the attestation of the execution of the note, if the due date does not coincide with the periodic inspections;
17.6. to restore the rest of the ship, the validity of the certificate;
28.4. the request by the holder;
28.5. If the vessel is carried out alterations or upgrades;
28.6. the initiative of an inspection to make sure that the rest of the ship is maintained according to safe navigation conditions. 29. If the extraordinary view make recreational craft, a certificate of renewal and validity of examination result is positive, the corresponding entries are made to the rest of the ship's certificate. 3. The rest of the ships, which are not used for business 30. Initial inspection shall be made before the registration of the ship register of Latvia according to these rules 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16. 31. the extraordinary view make this rule 28.1, 28.4 and 28.6, 28.5.. in the cases in point. 32. Administrative provisions by inspection or by an inspector under these regulations, may be challenged by the Latvian maritime administration in administrative procedure law. Latvian maritime administration decision may appeal to the Court. 4. the structure and strength of 4.1 General requirements 33. Lounge hull, body styles, egress, mast and other strength is sufficient to withstand all foreseeable conditions of use of the vessel. 34. (A) and (B) the categories of recreational vessels and constructed with waterproof main Board under this provision in paragraph 38. 35. Leisure vessels which are not equipped with waterproof main deck, assigns a category C or D. These ships provide sufficient buoyancy reserve, so that it does not sink the ship when in the maximum number of attendees and the vessel completely overflowing with water. 36. (A) and (B) the categories of recreational vessels, hull 24 metres in length and above shall be provided with a bulwark. 37. the design of the Hull strength and survivability designed to ensure the safe operation of the vessel with a draught and provided for under any probable operating conditions. 4.2. External weather exposed decks 38. Main deck extends from bow to stern and above the waterline corresponding to the maximum draught. 39. the main Board can be equipped with steps, recesses and increases it to ensure water tight construction. 40. the Board recessed motor yachts are equipped with a water drainage system that works effectively, if the ship is banked up to 10 ° to any side. Drainage system of any of the cross-sectional area of the pipe (excluding grid and baffle) of at least 20 cm2 on each main deck recessed in cubic meters. The swimming pool on the main deck considers recesses. 41. Recessed sailing vessels in the main deck in watertight construction and meet the following requirements: 25.5. total volume (EQS) recess does not exceed the size calculated using the following formula: V1 + V2 + V. .. + Vn 24 m 24 m, 1.85 m > lifeboat-Yes 2. Liferaft Yes Yes Yes Yes 3. Lifejackets Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 4 Yes 5 immersion suits.

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