The Order In Which Notice Of The Automatic Identification System (Ais) Shore Communications Network, The Vessel Traffic Monitoring And Information Exchange System

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā nodrošināma Automātiskās identifikācijas sistēmas (AIS) krasta sakaru tīkla darbība Kuģu satiksmes uzraudzības un informācijas datu apmaiņas sistēmas ietvaros

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 826 Riga 2006 (3 October. No 50 24) arrangements ensuring the automatic identification system (AIS) shore communications network, the vessel traffic monitoring and information exchange in the framework of the system Issued in accordance with the maritime administration and the Maritime Safety Act article 45 the third part i. General questions 1. determines the order in which provide information for automatic identification system (AIS) shore communications network, the vessel traffic monitoring and information exchange system. 2. Vessel traffic monitoring and information exchange system is compatible with the system of the European communities for sharing maritime information (designed to increase maritime safety and efficiency by improving the readiness of the authorities to respond to incidents and accidents at sea (including search and rescue operations) and to promote more efficient ship pollution prevention and detection). II. Automatic identification system of network activity 3. Automatic identification system coast communications network operated by the national armed forces naval coast guard service in search and Rescue Coordination Center (MRCC) (hereinafter referred to as the coordination centre). The Coordination Center is the automatic identification system receiving, storage, sharing and distribution center. 4. Automatic identification system data coordination centre shall meet the requirements laid down in the laws and regulations in the area of transport and communication, International Maritime Organization resolution a. 851 (20) "general principles for ship reporting systems and reporting requirements, including guidelines for reporting incidents with dangerous goods, harmful substances and/or marine pollutants", resolution 917 (22) "the stādn Base on the automatic identification system (AIS) on board , operation "(with corrections), resolution 957 (23)" guidelines on places of refuge for ships in need of assistance "and resolution 950 (23)" maritime assistance services (MAS) ", as well as the International Association of Lighthouse and the International Hydrographic Organization issued the regulatory enactments. 5. Automatic identification system allows you to Exchange data with other automatic identification systems pursuant to these terms and Latvia sais toš international agreements. III. Automatic identification system information 6. Automatic identification system information consists of online data and statistics: 6.1. online data — the 1992 Baltic Sea marine environmental protection requirements laid down in the Convention promoted the implementation of the commitments of the Helsinki Commission (the Helsinki Commission), automatic identification system and automatic identification system data in accordance with the provisions referred to in paragraph 4 of the regulations. Latvia's automatic identification system data is data that reflect the movement of Latvian ship automatic identification system coast network;
6.2. statistical data: vessel traffic in the Baltic Sea after the vessel types counting according to the Latvian Navy and Royal of Denmark and in the navigation hidrogr fij administration 2005. January 14, signed agreement "on the approach to the AIS information". 7. the Coordination Center under the competency using automatic identification system online data and ensure that they would be free to the following institutions: 7.1. National Environment services;
7.2. State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" (hereinafter referred to as the Latvian maritime administration);
7.3. the port captain's Office;
7.4. the National Guard;
7.5. the State revenue service customs authorities;
7.6. The State fire and rescue service. 8. The provisions of paragraph 7 of that institution in the automatic identification system for online information data are used only in accordance with the competency. Forbidden to distribute this data to third parties. 9. the provisions of paragraph 7 of The said institutions are allowed to send a separate vessel must report, for a group of vessels or vessels within a given geographical area using a direct connection to the automatic identification system server. 10. the coordination centre established a limited approach to automatic identifi cation system online data (filter) and permission to use the following the Helsinki Commission's automatic identification system data and Latvia's automatic identification system data to the following Parties: 10.1. the administration of the port — the port from the incoming and outgoing vessels;
10.2. the vessel operator, as well as to any person authorized to provide information in the name of the operator (agent), — on the ship in the Baltic Sea region, which serves the ship operator or agent;
10.3. the owner of the vessel, the owner ships the European Union participation in national bank automatic identification system of the network service area. 11. This provision 10. persons referred to in point a must be prohibited to send report of vessels using the automatic identification system. IV. Automatic identification system data exchange between Member States of the Commission in Helsinki 12. Data Exchange between the Member States of the Helsinki Commission coordination centre shall be carried out in accordance with the Latvian naval forces and the Royal Danish Administration of navigation and hydrography of the signed agreement "on the approach to the AIS information". 13. The Ministry of defence, the Ministry of transport, Ministry of environment, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ministry of finance and the Ministry of Economics by logging on users will receive monthly or weekly automatic identification system for statistical information from the Royal Danish Administration of navigation and hydrography. V. data exchange system in the European Community in the field of maritime information exchange 14. Shipping information processing in Latvia has been created to provide vessel traffic monitoring and information system of data exchange (hereinafter referred to as the national system) compatible with the system of the European communities in the field of maritime information exchange (hereinafter the SafeSeaNet system). 15. Shipping information within the meaning of these provisions is the messages, warnings and information in accordance with the provisions of the annex. 16. the SafeSeaNet system involved institutions of Latvia is the national competent institution and local competent authorities. 17. The Latvian national competent institution is the focal point. Focal point: 17.1. ensure the national system and the responses of this information requirements laid down in accordance with the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 June 2002 Directive 2002/59/EC establishing a Community vessel traffic monitoring and information system and repealing Council Directive 93/75/EEC, annex III, paragraph 2 of the terms of the interface control document up-to-date version (Interface control document);
17.2. provide and maintain local competent institution of the rights of the national network of the system in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 28 and the procedure laid down in the annex. 18. the Coordination Center will establish and maintain the infrastructure to provide data over the rolling, "reception and conversion between systems using XML or EDIFACT syntax, based on internet or x.400 communication facilities. 19. National System provides the possibility of operational use of the information gathered for purposes, and it meets the following conditions: 19.1. Data Exchange happens electronically, allowing you to receive and process the information of the ship;
19.2. the exchange of information is provided 24 hours a day;
19.3. shipping information can be immediately upon request, send the other Member States of the European Union to the competent institution. 20. the coordination centre shall ensure interoperability with national systems of the SafeSeaNet system. 21. the development of the national system of coordination of the responsible institution is the Ministry of transport. 22. Local competent authorities within the meaning of the SafeSeaNet system are: 22.1. port authority (including the captain of the port service);
22.2. The Latvian maritime administration;
22.3. The national environmental service. 23. National SafeSeaNet systems and system users with limited access rights are: 23.1. the master, the owner or the operator, or, in accordance with the mandate you — the agent;
23.2. the State border;
23.3. The State revenue service customs authorities;
23.4. the State fire and rescue service;
14.6. Security Police. 24. These regulations 22 and 23 persons referred to in paragraph the right of access and of the national systems of the SafeSeaNet system data shall be determined in accordance with the provisions of this annex. 25. the master, operator or owner, using national institutions ensure the awning compe approach national system of protection of the information provided by electronic means in accordance with the 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea, and its 1978 and 1988 Protocols-XI Chapter 2, rule 9 of section 2.1, as well as the following information pursuant to the requirements laid down in the following regulations: 25.1. the formalities connected with the arrival of the ship in port and exit from — only general information on the vessel;

25.2. the reports on the dangerous and polluting goods from ships — General information and information on the carriage of goods;
25.3. ship waste and polluted water reception and ship-generated waste management plan, the information contained in the ship's waste Declaration. 26. the master, operator or owner for entering information into the national system can empower the agent. Persons under these rules 25 and 26 shall enter the information in the national system, ensure the accuracy of the information. 27. the national alerts system: 27.1. the Coordination Center — alerts about incidents (SITREP), alerts about pollution of the marine environment (POLREP), as well as alerts about drifting objects (e.g. containers), threatening the safety of navigation;
27.2. the port authority (including the captain of the port service) — alerts that a ship in port is not betrayed, and other waste alerts according to competence. 28. Local competent authorities, as well as persons who, in accordance with the provisions of article 25 and 26 enter the information in the national system, requires the national authority the necessary access rights to data entry, and replenishment. 29. If, after five attempts, fails to send information, electronic check message electro consignor shall inform the recipient of the message, using any means available (telephone, fax). 30. Local competent authorities ensure the transmission of information to the competent national authority, in accordance with the interface control document. Vi. Closing questions 31. paragraph 10 of these rules shall enter into force by 1 September 2007. 32. This provision, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30 shall enter into force by 1 January 2008. Informative reference to European Union Directive provisions included in the law arising from the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 June 2002 Directive 2002/59/EC establishing a Community vessel traffic monitoring and information system and repealing Council Directive 93/75/EEC. Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister k. Peters annex Cabinet 3 October 2006 regulations no 826 national maritime information management system and the SafeSeaNet system user access rights to the users of the system messages (internet/XML) requests for information (internet/XML) requests for information (internet only) report details the search for the vessel in the port of port of Mecca estimated na ship cargo ISPs fear sister Dr. security alerts port vessel cargo ISPs fear sister Dr. security alerts notify you of the as_well_as an external foot trip me load the traces of Festa jie Inc. of those incident dent (SITREP) on ņojum pollution of the marine environment (POLREP) that vessel at the port not put garbage vis you must about drifting of those interpretative object (such as a ram, the neriem account) that threaten the safety of the ship and other vessels in protected obl notify you (Mrs.) (SITREP) AIS on the incident of pollution of the marine environment of the ņojum (POLREP) for that ship at the port not put garbage vis you must about drifting of those interpretative object (such as a ram, the neriem account) that threaten the safety of the ship and the other 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 port authority * J J J J J J
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Traffic Minister k. Peters