Port State Control Arrangements

Original Language Title: Ostas valsts kontroles kārtība

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 197, Riga, 14 March 2006 (pr. No 15 2) port State control procedures issued pursuant to the maritime administration and the Maritime Security Act 15. the third paragraph of article i. General questions 1. determines the port State control procedures. 2. Port State control by the State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration Maritime Safety Inspectorate (hereinafter-the Maritime Safety Inspectorate), in order to prevent international substandard shipping in and to increase the compliance of the International Maritime Organisation, the European Union and the Republic of Latvia law requirements relating to maritime safety, marine environmental protection and the seafarers ' living and working conditions. 3. the terms used in the rules: 3.1.-marine equipment, fixed or floating platforms operating in Latvian continental shelf or above;
3.2. port State control inspector-Inspector of maritime safety inspection, in accordance with paragraph 9 of these regulations is authorized to carry out ship inspections and other measures referred to in these provisions port State control on the implementation of the provisions laid down in point 5 vessels;
3.3. inspection-check to make sure the vessel certificates and other necessary documents, the ship, its equipment and crew, as well as the State of the crew's living and working conditions;
3.4. a detailed inspection-inspection, during which the ship, its equipment and crew as a whole or individual parts thereof are subject to enhanced scrutiny with regard to the ship's construction, equipment, crew living and working conditions, their compliance with the operational rules on board, as well as for compliance with the requirements for ship Board operations;
3.5. the detention-prohibition of a ship to proceed to sea inspection deficiencies found during which (individually or as a whole) seem to believe that the ship has lost its seaworthiness;
3.6. the suspension of the operation of the vessel-the prohibition of a ship to continue ship Opera tions identified during inspections, which (individually or as a whole) the ship's operations in the future make it dangerous;
3.7. The SIReNAC database-26 January 1982 the Paris Memorandum of understanding on port State control (Paris) set up a database, which is maintained and run by the French Transport Ministry's Department of information systems and the information on which you place all the ships in port State control inspections in the Member States of the Paris Memorandum ports;
3.8. priority factor-the SIReNAC database shows, and at the Paris Memorandum number calculated by the methodology, reflecting the need to take the ship and used in selecting vessels for port State control inspections (higher priority factor points to a greater need for ship inspection);
3.9. complaint-a report or other information provided by the master, a crew member, the maritime Professional Association, trade union or any other legal or natural person, who is interested in the security of the ship, including the ship's crew to safety and health. 4. the requirements of this Regulation shall not apply to fishing vessels, warships, naval auxiliary vessels, primitive wooden ships, public service vessels used for non-commercial purposes (for example, the captain of the port service vessels, pilot boats), as well as recreational vessels which are not engaged in commercial activities. 5. these provisions shall apply to any ship that meets the following criteria: 5.1 the ship with a foreign flag;
5.2. the ship visiting the Latvian port or dock at the marine facility or port or at anchor in a sea of such equipment;
5.3. on vessels with one or more of the following conventions: 5.3.1. the 1966 International Convention on load lines mark and its 1988 Protocol (LL 66 Convention);
5.3.2. the 1974 International Convention for the protection of human life at sea and at bu in 1978 and 1988 Protocols (hereinafter referred to as the SOLAS Convention);
5.3.3. the 1973 International Convention for the prevention of pollution from ships and its Protocol of 1978 (hereinafter MARPOL Convention);
5.3.4. the 1978 International Convention on standards of training, certification and Watchkeeping for seafarers and watchkeeping, as amended (hereinafter referred to as the STCW Convention);
5.3.5. the 1972 Convention on the international regulations for prevention of collisions (hereinafter referred to as the COLREG Convention);
5.3.6. the 1969 International Convention on tonnage measurement of ships (tonnage-Convention);
5.3.7. The International Labour Organization Convention, 1976 No. 147 on minimum standards in merchant ships (hereinafter ILO Convention 147);
5.3.8. The International Labour Organization Convention, 1976 No. 147 on minimum standards in merchant ships the 1996 Protocol (hereinafter referred to as the SD Pro 96);
5.3.9. the 1992 International Convention on civil liability for oil pollution damage (CLC Convention hereinafter). 6. If the provisions of the Convention referred to in 5.3 does not include requirements for vessels with a gross tonnage not exceeding 500, they are subject to such requirements, which ensure that the ship is not dangerous to maritime safety, to human health or the environment. For the purposes of this paragraph, the Paris Memorandum in annex 1. "port State control procedures". 7. when carrying out an inspection on the ship, the flag State which is not bound by any of the provisions referred to in paragraph 5.3 below conventions, port State control inspectors against this ship and its crew is no more favourable than the requirements as to the vessel's flag State this Convention is binding. 8. The application of these rules provides for port State control inspectors. 9. Port State control inspectors the right to carry out port State control attest to the port State control officer military card (annex 1). Service card inspector shall produce on demand. II. choice of Ship Inspection 10. Maritime safety inspection carried out these rules 11, 12 and 20 of the vessels referred to in point inspection to the extent corresponding to at least 25 Pro cents from their average total number of ships that enter the ports of Latvia in one calendar year, the calculations for the three preceding calendar years for which statistics are available. 11. Selecting the inspicējamo vessels, maritime safety inspectorate follow a specific order of priority according to the criteria by which the Board choose inspection (annex 2). 12. The Maritime Safety Inspectorate in accordance with the provisions of chapter III mandatory inspection any such vessels not subject to inspek to find out if expanded this ship priority factor exceeds 50 and if since the last Board inspek tion, which made the Paris Memorandum ports in the region, has passed at least a month. 13. The Maritime Safety Inspectorate abstain (not to create excessive burden and admi nistratīv with excessively frequent inspections does not interfere with the operation of the ship) from the inspection of ships in the last six months have been inspected in one of the Member States of the European Union, if not to ship 13.1: apply this provision of the annex 2 criteria referred to in paragraph 1;
13.2. following a previous inspection of the ship has not received news about the shortcomings of the vessel;
13.3. no valid reason for inspection in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 18;
13.4. a vessel not to apply this provision, paragraph 12. 14. in paragraph 13 of these rules do not apply to checks, which evaluate the crew and technical readiness to operate the alarm condition intended specifically for that rule 5.3. the conventions referred to in. III. Inspection arrangements 15. At the time of the inspection by port State control inspector does the following: 15.1 the test certificates and other documents (annex 3) that apply to a particular ship;
15.2. the General position of the vessel's compliance with the General safety requirement, including the engine room, living and service facilities, as well as the vessel premises under hygienic conditions. 16. Port State control inspector may examine these provisions not listed in annex 3, if in accordance with the rules referred to in paragraph 5.3 below Convention requirements must be on board. 17. If, following these rules 15 and 16 of the activities set out in paragraph is justify the grounds for believing that the ship, its equipment or crew differs significantly from 5.3 these terms at the bottom of this Convention and the other requirements of the legislation on maritime safety, protection of the marine environment and the seafarers ' living and working conditions, the port State control inspector conducts a detailed inspection. 18. the reason to make the details of the ship, its equipment or its crew inspection (annex 4) is port State control inspectors. 19. the inspection carried out in accordance with the provisions of annex 5 to the international instruments referred to in the procedures. IV. The expanded inspection 20. Vessel complies with this provision in chapter I of annex 6 to those categories of vessels, 12 months since the last expanded inspection carried out in the Paris Memorandum signed a national port, is subject to the extended inspection in accordance with the provisions of chapter III of annex 6. 21. If the rules referred to in paragraph 20 of the ship chosen for inspection in accordance with this provision, ņā 12 the criteria laid down in point, port State control inspectors to carry out inspections of the vessel extended. In between the two are nātaj Ext. inspection can inspect the ship in accordance with the provisions of chapter III. 22. If the ship to which these regulations apply paragraph 20, plans to enter the Latvian port in the 12 months since the last expanded inspection of the vessel, its master or operator shall provide the maritime safety inspectorate news referred to the provisions of chapter II of annex 6. Messages given at least three days prior to the arrival of any nurse provides for the Latvian port or before leaving the previous port if the voyage is expected to be shorter. 23. the extended inspection required is carried out in the following cases: 23.1. If the ship is not complied with this provision, paragraph 22;
23.2. If a vessel subject to these regulations 20, 21 and 22 of the type referred to in paragraph 1, priority is seven or more and if since the last expanded inspection šināt last 12 months. V. report on the inspection and safety control measures 24. upon completion of the inspection, a detailed inspection or an expanded inspection, the port State control inspector shall draw up a specific report on the Paris Memorandum on inspection. The report shall be submitted to the vessel. A copy of the report handed to the shipping safety inspection for control coordinators, who checks the SIReNAC data database and maritime safety inspection database. A copy of the message is stored in the maritime safety inspectorate. 25. If the inspection, a detailed inspection or an expanded inspection has revealed deficiencies which endanger human health, safety, other ship or the environment, the port State control officer may take the following decisions: 25.1. ship is detained pursuant to the detention of the ship criteria (7. Add Kuma);
25.2. the suspension of the operation of the ship. 26. in addition to the provisions laid down in annex 7 of the ship is detained, if the vessel is not a voyage data recorder, or it is not in working order, if the use of that device is mandatory in accordance with paragraph 27 of these rules and international laws on a voyage data recording system. If this deficiency cannot be eliminated immediately the detention in port, the port State control officer may allow the ship to proceed to the nearest appropriate port for lack of prevention. The deficiencies prevent the 30 days, and the use of this provision in paragraph 39. 27. a voyage data recording system, corresponding to those referred to in the SOLAS Convention of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) resolution 861 (20) operational standards and International Electrotechnical Commission (sec) standard no 61996 inspection standards laid down, shall be provided to the following types of ships, if they call at the ports of the European Union: 27.1. passenger ships;
27.2. for vessels that are not passenger vessels with a gross tonnage of 3000 or more, which built after 1 July 2002. 28. in addition to the provisions laid down in annex 7 if the ship is detained by port State control inspectors will Board at the time of the inspection reveals that the vessel, which the territory of the Member States of the European Union apply the international safe management code (hereinafter ISM Code), not a shipping company a copy of the document of compliance or the safe management certificate issued in accordance with the ISM Code. 29. where the overall condition of a ship does not comply with the requirements of these provisions, the port State control officer may postpone the following inspection of the vessel until the person responsible for the ship has provided Board compliance with the rules referred to in paragraph 5.3 below the requirements of the Convention. 30. The decision on the ship is detained, or the operation of the vessel shall ensure the execution of its suspension, the port captain that the ship is located. Port the master is bound by oral port State control inspector on the instructions of the security control measures or the ship's release. To put the ships, the port State control Inspector: 18.7. fill in the report of the Paris Memorandum on ship inspection form (A) and (B) indicating the information under the Paris Memorandum;
30.2. filling out the notification provided for in the Paris memorandum to the captain of the ship's hold, then add populated 30.1. these regulations referred to in the notification form and submit to the attachable to the captain of the vessel, but a copy of it-the port captain. 31. If detention is the cause of the damage incurred in the accident, which happened in the ship's voyage to a port, the master of the ship notification of detention shall not be issued if: 31.1. duly completed requirements for SOLAS regulation I/11 (c);
31.2. prior to entry into port with the vessel or the owner of the maritime safety inspectorate lodged a detailed outline on accident and injury, as well as informed of which details are provided in the administration of the flag State;
31.3. the ship takes corrective action which, in the field of maritime safety inspections, is sufficient;
19.5. the report on corrective action completion of receiving maritime safety inspectorate is satisfied that the deficiencies that threaten safety, human health or the environment have been rectified. 32. If, following these rules 11, 12 and 20. point out the inspection vessel is put on hold, the maritime safety inspectorate in writing immediately infor essentially flag State administration of any circumstances, which require his interference in the Administration, including the information set out in the Paris Memorandum in the notice of the detention of the ship. The maritime safety inspectorate shall forward that notification will also state the flag nearest diplomatic representative, if it is not possible to establish contact with the ship's flag State administration and the classification societies or other authorized body, if the reason is a lack of detention for which responsible this classification society or other authorized organization. If the maritime safety inspectorate receives a complaint or obtains evidence that a ship does not conform to the requirements of the law on the organisation of working time of seafarers, maritime safety inspectorate shall inform in writing the administration of the flag State, including the information in the message. 33. when the vessel is detained or whose operations are stopped, all the shortcomings during an inspection, the master of the vessel shall inform the maritime safety inspectorate, to be able to check. 34. If after the provision referred to in paragraph 33 of the inspection of port State control inspector finds that the ship may go to sea or to resume the operation of the vessel, without risk to human health, the safety of other vessels, as well as the environment, the port State control inspector cancels the decision on delay, detention of the ship or vessel operation stop (release). 35. free a detained ship, port State control inspector fills in the Paris Memorandum set out in the statement of the ship's release. A notification is submitted by the master of the ship, but a copy of the notification to the captain of the port concerned, the flag State administration and the classification societies, which issued the certificates of the ship, if the ship is detained, the reason was the lack of which is the responsibility of the classification society. 36. If the ship is not the rule referred to in paragraph 28 of the document, but the Board is not detected during inspections other deficiencies in accordance with the provisions of 25, 26 or 28, which would hold, the port State control officer may make a decision on the release of the ship to prevent the Latvian port congestion (congestion, causing damage to the port business activities). Such a decision, the maritime safety inspectorate shall immediately inform the Member States of the European Union, the competent institution. 37. the port State control, must not be unduly (not subject to the requirements of this regulation and good practices in the context of the sea with the security control measures) detention or delay, suspend or prohibit the operation of it to enter another port. Maritime safety inspection decision on detention or delay of the vessel, the vessel's operation, suspension or prohibition of a ship to enter the port of the owner, operator or their representative within one month of the adoption of the decision can be challenged in the administrative process law, submitting the application the Latvian maritime administration Director. Maritime safety inspection or redress before the Court of appeal does not suspend the ship's hold. Vi. Permission to repair the ship's voyage factory 38. Port State control inspector allows the ship to travel to the closest ship repair plant, including permission to this provision in paragraph 24 the report or in a separate document, if there are such circumstances and is subject to the following conditions: 38.1. inspection, a detailed inspection or an expanded inspection deficiencies detected during persists in the port in which the Inspectorate;
38.2. the ship repair yard, chosen by mutual agreement between the NIMA and shipping to the kapt safety inspections, and subject to the provisions of any such case provided by the flag State;
23.8. this rule 38.2. compliance with the conditions referred to in (a) shall ensure that the ship does not proceed to sea passenger and crew safety and health, other vessels, as well as the marine environment. 39. For this rule set out in paragraph 38 of the ship repair and on the hiking conditions the maritime safety inspectorate shall inform the competent authorities of the country in which the ship-repair factory, as well as the rules referred to in paragraph 35 of the bodies and any other institutions that are associated with the trip (for example, if the trip you need to visit another between port shall inform the national the competent institution). The information included in the final report on the inspection, as well as details of the vessel's arrival time and place. Additional information is provided, using the methods provided for in the SIReNAC system. 40. If the ship in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 38 going to ship repair plant, but this trip will not comply with maritime safety inspection report of the inspection conditions laid down this rule 5.3 of the Convention referred to the requirements specified in the call to repair the factory to carry out the repairs of the vessel, the maritime safety inspectorate shall take measures in accordance with the provisions of Annex 8 to this entry of denying any port in the European Union While the maritime safety inspectorate in accordance with the provisions of Annex 8 is satisfied the ship fully complies with the provisions of the Convention referred to in point 5.3. 41. If the ship, in accordance with paragraph 38 of these rules going to a ship repair plant, this trip did not comply with maritime safety inspection report under certain conditions for inspection, the maritime safety inspectorate shall immediately advise the other Member States of the European Union, the competent authorities. 42. in order to make a decision on prohibition of entry into port, the maritime safety inspectorate consults with the administration of the flag State of the vessel. 43. If the maritime safety inspectorate receives information from another country that the ship under port State control is sent to a ship repair plant in Latvia, the Maritime Safety Inspectorate controls the ship's arrival in Latvia and repair work, as well as inform the public that the ship sent for action within this control. 44. If a vessel the subject of a prohibition of entry into European Union ports under ņā this provision or paragraph 40, Chapter VIII, but the owner, the operator or the master of the vessel has taken the appropriate measures for the safe entering specific port, the maritime safety inspectorate may give the vessel permission to enter the port, if the following conditions occur: 44.1. cases of force majeure;
44.2. Security considerations;
44.3. the greater the risk;
27.6. the shortcomings detected during the inspection of the need for prevention. VII. Action in cases where certain vessels have not been able to check 45. If the operational reasons (such as human resources, lack of information, the lack of lag) maritime safety inspection can not ship inspection with a priority factor greater than 50 in accordance with paragraph 12 of these rules or optional extended inspection in accordance with this rule 23.2., that the inspection has taken place, the maritime safety inspectorate immediately insert information in the SIReNAC database. 46. This provision mentioned in paragraph 45 where operational reasons maritime safety inspection is not carried out, the inspection of ships and Ship Security inspection every six months, inform the European Commission thereof, stating the reasons why the vessels were not inspected. 47. the number of vessels that are in the calendar year concerned not inspected in accordance with this provision, paragraph 45 shall not exceed five percent of the average annual number of vessels that joined the Latvian ports and subject to inspections. Basis for the calculation is the last three years for which statistics are available. VIII. Entry ban Latvian ports 48. Maritime safety inspections shall ensure that the vessel meets one of the following provisions of Annex 8, paragraph 1, of these categories, entry of Latvian ports carrying, except in the case referred to in paragraph 44 of these regulations, if the ship: 29.9. flying the flag of a State appearing in the "black list" as published in the annual report of the Paris Memorandum, and have detained more than twice in the past 24 months šējo a port of a State signatory of the Paris Memorandum;
48.2. flying the flag of a State that the Paris Memorandum published in the annual report of the "black list" described as very high risk or high risk, and have detained more than once during the previous 36 months, a port of a State signatory of the Paris memorandum (prohibition of entry shall take effect immediately, that is, immediately after the vessel is authorised to leave the port where it was put on hold in the second or third time). IX. The professional requirements of port State control inspectors 49. Port State control in implementing port State control inspectors who meets the minimum qualifications requirements of port State control inspectors (annex 9). 50. If the Maritime Safety Inspectorate cannot independently take a decision because of the lack of competence in a specific area (for example, for atomic energy matters in connection with the inspection of a vessel carrying dangerous substances), before taking a decision, to call upon the advice of the competent person in the field (for example, institutions of higher education instructors). 51. The Person that the maritime safety inspectorate advises 50 under this rule, apply the same restrictions in relation to the prevention of conflicts of interest as applied to the port State control inspectors in accordance with the law "on prevention of conflict of interest in the activities of public officials" in article 11 and 12. X. information and cooperation 52. If the pilots involved in the mooring of vessels, or attauvošan, as well as the performance of other duties, to observe the lack of vessels that endanger or can apdra have laid the ship and crew safety or likely to cause damage to the marine environment, on the observed lack of priority they immediately informed the maritime safety inspectorate. 53. If the State or the port authority officer, carry out their duties, establishes that the ship in the port has deficiencies which may affect the safety of the vessel and the crew, or can cause damage to the marine environment, that person shall immediately inform the shipping safety inspection. 54. The Maritime Safety Inspectorate organizes cooperation with all the competent Thai authorities and economic operators, for effective port State control the necessary information about the ships that enter the ports of Latvia. 55. The Maritime Safety Inspectorate, Exchange information and cooperation-tion with other competent authorities, the European institutions related to maritime safety, marine environment protection and seafarers ' living and working conditions, including the European Commission (annex 10) and institutions that maintain the SIReNAC database (annex 11). To select a ship inspection, referred to in this provision 11, 12 and 20, port State control inspectors use the SIReNAC database, as well as other public and private databases relating to ship inspection. 56. The maritime safety inspection at least once a month the Latvian maritime administration site on the internet (www.jurasadministracija.lv) publish information lag on ships detained in the previous month, the Latvian ports or denied it come (annex 11). XI. the cover 57. The owner, operator or his representative in Latvia shall bear the following costs: 57.1. all this provision set out in paragraph 33 of the inspections again related the Latvian maritime administration costs;
57.2. all this provision set out in paragraph 40 of the inspections related to Latvian maritime administration costs;
57.3. all costs incurred in connection with the detention of the vessel maintenance fucking port (for example, crew wage costs). 58. The decision on the detention of the ship shall not be lifted until it is paid in respect of ship inspection, detailed inspection or an expanded inspection, or does not provide enough collateral to cover. XII. concluding issues 59. This provision of the annex 1 shall enter into force on 1 May 2006. 2006 April 30, port State control inspectors the right to carry out port State control certifying service card, which contains at least the following information and properties: 59.1. in issuing the licence-Latvian maritime administration;
59.2. the Inspector's name;
59.3. date of issue;
59.4. period of validity of the certificate;
59.5. the Inspector's signature model;
59.6. photo (3 x 4 cm). 60. The rules referred to in paragraph 27 of the classes of ships built before 1 July 2002, shall be fitted with a voyage data recording system, which complies with the relevant SOLAS Convention of the IMO requirements listed in, the following time limits: 60.1. cargo ships with gross tonnage of 20000 and more-not later than 1 January 2007;
60.2. cargo vessels with a gross tonnage of 3000 or more, but less than 20000,-not later than 1 January 2008. Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) Council of 19 June 1995 directive 95/21/EC, which sets shipping using Community ports and sailing in the waters under the jurisdiction of the Member States in the application of international standards for ship safety, pollution prevention and shipboard living and working conditions (port State control);
2) Commission of 25 June 1996, Directive 96/40/EC, which introduced the inspectors carrying out port State control, the ID card copying model;
3) Council of 27 April 1998 Directive 98/25/EC amending the Council of 19 June 1995 directive 95/21/EC, which sets shipping using Community ports and sailing in the waters under the jurisdiction of the Member States in the application of international standards for ship safety, pollution prevention and shipboard living and working conditions (port State control);
4) Commission of 19 June 1998 Directive 98/42/EC amending the Council of 19 June 1995 directive 95/21/EC, which sets shipping using Community ports and sailing in the waters under the jurisdiction of the Member States to apply between the tautisko standards for ship safety, pollution prevention and shipboard living and working conditions (port State control);
5) Commission's 13 December 1999 Directive 99/97/EC amending the Council of 19 June 1995 directive 95/21/EC, which sets shipping using Community ports and sailing in the waters under the jurisdiction of the Member States in the application of international standards for ship safety, pollution prevention and shipboard living and working conditions (port State control);
6) the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 December 2001, Directive 2001/106/EC amending the Council of 19 June 1995 directive 95/21/EC, which sets shipping using Community ports and sailing in the waters under the jurisdiction of the Member States to apply international standards relating to the safety of the vessel, polluting ma prevention and shipboard living and working conditions (port State control);
7) the European Parliament and of the Council of 5 November 2002 Directive 2002/84/EC amending the directives on maritime safety and the prevention of pollution from ships;
8) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 December 1999 Directive 1999/95/EC concerning the enforcement of provisions in respect of seafarers ' hours of work on board ships calling at Community ports. Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 1: Cabinet of Ministers of 14 March 2006, regulations No 197 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 2 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 March 2006, regulations No 197 and order of priority criteria for the selection of the ships they inspect 1. Regardless of the priority factor value to the first such vessel inspections: 1.1. ships which have been reported by pilots or port authorities as having deficiencies which may prejudice their safe navigation (pursuant to that provision and paragraph 52.53);
1.2. ships which do not comply with the legislative requirements for the ships leaving or bound for ports in the European Union, in the dangerous or environment-polluting products;
1.3. ships which have been the subject of the Member States of the European Union of a report or notification;
1.4. the vessels complained of (the identity of the person lodging the complaint shall not be revealed to the master or the shipowner of the ship concerned);
1.5.: 1.5.1. road to the port suffered in a collision, grounding grounding or thrown ashore;
1.5.2. What is accused of, that breach rules on disposal of harmful substances, including oil and oil products or waste water;
1.5.3. what made the uncontrolled or dangerous manoeuvres that have not complied with the IMO measures adopted for vessel traffic rules or safe sea practice and procedures;
1.5.4. what other activities that endanger persons, property or the environment; 1.6. ships for which in the previous six months for security reasons, suspended or stripped of the ship's class.
2. Deciding on the order in which to inspect vessels not covered by this add Kuma, maritime safety inspections shall take into account the overall priorities of the factors under the Paris Memorandum, paragraph 1 of annex 1. Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 March 2006, regulations No 197 certificates and documents checked out a port State control inspection during port State control inspector checks the following slide bass and in the documents, if in accordance with this rule 5.3. the conventions referred to in the subparagraph must be on board: 1. international tonnage certificate.
2. Passenger ship safety certificate.
3. the cargo ship safety construction certificate.
4. Cargo ship safety equipment certificate.
5. Cargo ship radiodrošīb certificate.
6. Exclusive licence.
7. a cargo ship safety certificate.
8. international certificate of fitness for transporting liquefied petroleum gas.
9. A certificate of fitness to carry liquefied petroleum gas.
10. international certificate of fitness for the carry dangerous chemical liquid.
11. A certificate of fitness to carry dangerous chemicals down to the cargo.
12. international oil pollution prevention certificate.
13. international pollution prevention certificate for the carriage of harmful gas in the liquid, in tanks.
14. International load line certificate.
15. International load line certificate exception.
16. oil record book part I and II.
17. cargo record book.
18. the certificate of minimum safe crew.
19. the qualifications of the members of the crew.
20. The ship's crew medical certificates.
21. Stability information.
22. The company's copy of the document of compliance and the safe management of the certificate.
23. The certificates on the ship's hull strength (strength) and mechanisms that are issued by the classification society (these documents the Inspector checks only if the vessel retains the classification societies specified ship class).
24. the document of compliance with the special requirements for ships carrying dangerous goods.
25. High speed craft safety certificate and permit to operate high speed craft.
26. Dangerous goods special list or manifest (manifest), or a detailed plan of the load.
27. the logbook with records of training and drill, and journal entries on life-saving appliances and equipment inspection and maintenance.
28. the Special usage of ship safety certificate.
29. Mobile offshore drilling platform security certificate.
30. Oil tankers-oil discharge monitoring and control system for the last ballast voyage.
31. Of an up-to-date muster list, fire control plan, and for passenger vessels-ship's damage control plan.
32. the emergency plans for cases where the conduct of the ship leaking oil or its products.
33. Reports of surveys (bulk carriers and oil tankers).
34. Reports on previously carried out port State control inspections.
35. Ro-Ro passenger ships-information on the A/A maximum ratio.
36. Document of authorization for the carriage of grain.
37. Cargo Securing Manual.
38. the waste management plans and waste accounting journal.
39. Aid system for decision-making-passenger ship captains.
40. Search and rescue cooperation plan for passenger ships trading on fixed routes.
41. the list of operating restrictions on passenger ships.
42. Bulk Carriers (bulk carrier).
43. the loading and unloading of bulk carriers.
44. proof of insurance or any other financial security in respect of civil liability for oil pollution damage under the CLC Convention.
45. the Organization of working time table.
46. the seafarers ' hours of work and rest in the registration book.
47. the international ship security certificate.
48. the historical record. Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 March 2006, regulations No 197 valid reasons that indicate the need for more detailed inspection (examples) 1. ships referred to in annex 2 to these regulations, paragraph 1, as well as the vessels comply with the following criteria: 1.1. compulsory licences on the ship's construction and equipment in accordance with the provisions of the Convention referred to in 5.3 requirements and classification certificates issued by classification societies which are not recognised in the European Union;
1.2. the flag State the year the Paris Memorandum report on the vessels is on hold as the country, which held number of vessels in relation to the number of the vessels inspected a year earlier than the average within the Paris Memorandum of detained ships in relation to the number of the vessels inspected in the last three years;
1.3. the vessel is authorised to leave the port of a Member State of the European Union with nosacīj mu, that at the time of the inspection found deficiencies to be rectified at the next port of entry;
1.4. vessel authorised to leave the port of a Member State of the European Union with nosacīj mu, that at the time of the inspection found deficiencies to be rectified within 14 days;
1.5. a vessel flying the flag of a country which has not ratified the terms of the Convention referred to in 5.3.
2. Not properly filled in the oil record book.
3. Examination of the rules set out in annex 3 certificates and documentation projects in accordance with this rule 15.1. section and paragraph 16, open does not specify a high.
4. There are indications that the crew members did not comply with international and national standards of the relevant requirements on the minimum level of training of seafarers (for example, a person could not answer questions related to official duties, can not use equipment with this obligation).
5. Carrying out cargo operations and other operations are in violation of this provision in paragraph 5.3 below Convention and other legislative requirements for maritime safety, protection of the marine environment and the seafarers ' living and working conditions or the good practice of the sea, including the IMO guidelines, e.g. the content of oxygen in the inert-gas main supply to the cargo tanks is above the maximum permissible level.
6. failure of the master on an oil tanker to produce the record of the oil discharge monitoring and control system for the last ballast voyage.
7. absence of crew duties (the alarm case) list, or crew members not aware of their responsibilities in the event of fire or an order to abandon the ship.
8. False distress alerts not followed the cancellation procedure.
9. the Board is not that rule 5.3. conventions and referred to other legislation on maritime safety, protection of the marine environment and the seafarers ' living and working conditions for the equipment or are not carried out, the procedures provided for therein.
10. The unsanitary conditions.
11. The Inspector's observations show that there is a Cabinet and other wear or other defects that could compromise the tightness of the ship's structure and integrity.
12. Information or evidence that the master or crew is not familiar with essential shipboard operations relating to the safety of the ship or the prevention of pollution of the environment, or the operation of the ship have been made.
13. The ship is not of the Organization of working time table and the seafarers ' hours of work and rest in the registration book.
14. The Inspector's observations suggest that seafarers are excessively fatigued (unable to concentrate duties).
15. The ship's log of the waste or cargo operations log is filled in in accordance with the requirements of the law of maritime safety and environmental protection. Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 5 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 March 2006, regulations No 197 ship inspection procedures for ship inspection carried out in accordance with the following international instruments establish the Thai procedures: 1. The Paris Memorandum in annex I, "port State control procedures".
2. international transport of dangerous goods, the provisions of the code.
3. the International Labour Organization publication "inspek working conditions information on ships: recommendations for the duration of the test."
4. principles of safe manning of Command in accordance with the SOLAS Convention information set out in IMO resolution a. 890 (21) and its annexes-safe manning "minimum requirements" (annex 1) and "guidelines for the safe manning of command principles" (annex 2). Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 6 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 March 2006, regulations No 197 of the expanded inspection for ship category I, which made the expanded inspection 1. Gas and chemical tankers older than 10 years of the date of construction indicated in the ship's safety certificates.
2. Bulk Carriers older than 12 years of the date of construction indicated in the ship's safety certificates.
3. Oil tankers with a gross tonnage of more than 3000, and older than 15 years of the date of construction indicated in the ship's safety certificates.
4. passenger ships older than 15 years, other than ro-ro passenger ships and high speed passenger craft, which definitely Cabinet 14 February 2006 no. 145 of the provisions of the "regulations for ro-ro passenger ships and high-speed passenger craft for security" in paragraph 4.

II. Information provided by the maritime safety inspectorate 5. the master or operator in accordance with the provisions of point 22 off the cījum providing maritime safety inspection the following: 5.1 the vessel name;
5.2. the flag;
5.3. Imo identification number (if any);
5.4. deadweight tonnage;
5.5. the completion date of construction indicated in the ship's safety certificates;
5.6. tankers: 5.6.1. Configuration: single hull, single hull with isolated ballast, double hull;
5.6.2. the cargo and ballast tanks: full, empty position, inert;
5.6.3. the extent and nature of the cargo;
5.7. estimated time of arrival in the port or pilot station, as required by the maritime safety inspection requirements;
5.8. the planned parking duration;
5.9. the planned activities at the port (such as loading, unloading);
5.10. the planned statutory survey inspections and substantial maintenance and repair work to be carried out, staying in port.

III. Inspection procedures for certain categories of vessels making extended inspection 6. in the light of the practical feasibility of controls or restrictions on people, port security, enhanced inspection program shall include the following checks: 6.1. all vessels (vessel categories in accordance with chapter I of this annex): 6.1.1. power supply and actuation of the emergency generator;
6.1.2. emergency lighting checks;
6.1.3. the emergency fire pump performance, adding the main dzēsīb motorway of two fire hoses;
6.1.4. picture pump operation;
6.1.5. watertight door closing;
6.1.6. lifeboat lowering water;
6.1.7. the system (for example, boilers, ventilation, fuel pump, emergency stop remote control);
6.1.8. the steering equipment, including emergency steering, pilot;
6.1.9. the emergency power source of radio equipment inspection;
6.1.10. oil-water separator and, if possible, the pilot;
6.2. gas and chemical tankers in addition to the bottom of this annex 6.1 above also check: 6.2.1. cargo hold control and safety equipment associated with Orlando tour, pressure and volume of unredeemed;
6.2.2. oxygen analysis and probability of detection devices explosion, including calibration, chemical detection equipment (bellows) with the availability of sufficient number of suitable gas detection tubes for the specific cargo being carried;
6.2.3. or survival kits for cabins provide sufficient breathing and vision protection for every person on Board (if required by the international certificate of fitness for the transport of hazardous chemical in the liquid or the certificate of fitness to carry dangerous chemical liquid, or the certificate of fitness to carry liquefied gas);
6.2.4. or the product being transported is included in the international certificate of fitness for the transport of hazardous chemical in the liquid or the certificate of fitness to carry dangerous chemical liquid, or the certificate of fitness to carry liquefied petroleum gas;
6.2.5. fixed fire-extinguishing installation on Board (depending on the dājam of the product in the removed can be both foam and dry chemical, as well as other types of equipment);
6.3. bulk carriers in addition to this annex referred to in point 6.1 the check also: 6.3.1. Board of the Foundation for potential corrosion;
6.3.2. manhole covers possible deformation or corrosion;
6.3.3. possible cracks or local corrosion in transverse bulkheads;
6.3.4. access to the cargo tanks;
6.3.5. the following flag State or classification society approved documents: 6.3.5.1. the reports on the ship's construction surveys;
6.3.5.2. the reports on the assessment of the situation;
6.3.5.3. reports on the design thickness measurements;
6.3.5.4. the description document;
6.4. oil tankers in addition to this annex referred to in point 6.1 the check also: 6.4.1. foam fire-extinguishing systems on board stationary;
6.4.2. the fixed fire-fighting equipment in General;
6.4.3. fire dampers to engine room, pump room and accommodation;
6.4.4. the inert-gas pressure and oxygen content in it;
6.4.5. ballast tanks (check at least one of the ballast in the cargo hold area, first from the tank here or access the site from the Board and, if there is a basis for further investigations, also entering it-);
6.4.6. the following flag State or classification society approved documents: 6.4.6.1. the reports on the ship's construction surveys;
6.4.6.2. the reports on the assessment of the situation;
6.4.6.3. reports on the design thickness measurements;
6.4.6.4. description document;
6.5. passenger ships in addition to this annex referred to in point 6.1 the check also: 6.5.1. fire detection and alarm systems;
6.5.2. fire doors closure;
6.5.3. the General emergency radiotranslācij system;
6.5.4. a fire drill during which demonstrate the Firefighter's equipment kits and part of the person in the passenger service from la;
6.5.5. the leading crew members ' knowledge of the ship's management plan.
7. Depending on the type of ship, the maritime region and in terms of the operation of the expanded inspection programme, you can include additional checks which have been laid down in point 6 of this annex.
8. If the extended inspection in accordance with paragraph 6 of this annex set out in the programme shall be implemented through the ship during operations, port State control inspectors conducting inspections, must not jeopardise the operation safe.
9. If necessary (for example, to prevent the operation of the ship, to test showing how the crew practically do alarm situations), the vessel's master or operator consent to the inspection may be continued while the ship is on a voyage from one port to another. Inspectors must not obstruct the operation of the ship, nor must they induce situations that, in the master's opinion, could endanger the passengers, the crew or the safety of the ship. Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 7 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 March 2006, regulations No 197 criteria for detention of the ship 1. before taking a decision on the detention by port State control inspectors will apply the attachment 2, 3, and 4. criteria referred to in paragraph 1. 2. The ruling on detention, port State control inspectors will observe the following main criteria: 2.1. ships which are unsafe to proceed to sea must be detained at the time of the first inspection irrespective of how long the ship will stay in port; 2.2. the ship is detained if its deficiencies on board is so serious that the port State Inspector of contra les considers it necessary to return to the ship to make sure they have been rectified before the ship sails. 3. when deciding whether the deficiencies found are sufficiently serious to ships detained by port State control inspectors will assess whether: 3.1. Board are valid for all these rules referred to in 5.3 kon vencij and others in the field of maritime safety, protection of the marine environment and the seafarers ' living and working conditions laid down in the laws and documents; 3.2. the crew meet the certificate of minimum safe crew and the crew further voyage ability: 3.2.1. safe to fly; 3.2.2. safe operation of load, carry and monitor the condition of the goods; 3.2.3. safe operation of ship mechanisms; 3.2.4. maintain proper propulsion and steering equipment; 3.2.5. if applicable, to delete any part of the ship fires; 3.2.6. If needed, quick and safe to abandon the ship and carry out rescue operations; 3.2.7. prevent pollution of the environment; 3.2.8. maintain adequate stability; 3.2.9. maintain adequate watertight integrity; 3.2.10. in situations of danger to ensure communications; 3.2.11. provide safe and healthy conditions on board a ship; 3.2.12. to provide the maximum of information in case of accident (using flight recording hardware). 4. If the answer to any of this annex referred to in paragraph 3 of the ratings is negative, then, given all the hazards of the shortcomings detected by the port State control officer will consider whether the need to detain the vessel. Several less important set of lack (scarcity, which it generally poses a threat to maritime safety, marine environmental protection or seafarers ' living and working conditions) can also be the basis for detention of the ship. 5. lack of vessels can hold: 5.1 General shortcomings: not a valid certificates and documents required by this provision as referred to in point 5.3 of the Convention or of other regulations on safe navigation bass, protection of the marine environment and the seafarers ' living and working conditions. However, vessels flying the flag of States that do not have this rule 5.3 of the Convention referred to the Contracting Parties or not introduced any other legislation on maritime safety, protection of the marine environment and the seafarers ' living and working conditions, are not entitled to carry these conventions or other legal or statutory licences, so that the lack of a licence cannot be a direct reason for the detention. However, the application of the principle of equal treatment, prior to exiting the sea needs his substantial compliance with the Board that document requirements; 5.2. areas under the SOLAS Convention (references are given in brackets): 5.2.1. failure of the proper operation of the dzeniekārt or other relevant mechanisms, as well as electrical installations; 5.2.2. not enough clean the engine, face is too much oily water, pipe insulation, including the exhaust pipe insulation in the engine room, is from traipīt with petroleum products, proper operation of pumping equipment of pictures; 5.2.3. failure of the proper operation of emergency generator, lighting, akumulat-ri, and switches; 5.2.4. failure of the proper operation of the main and emergency steering equipment; 5.2.5. no individual life-saving resources, collective life-saving appliances and their launching equipment, rescue is not enough or they are worn; 5.2.6. no fire detection system, fire alarm signal to the sation, firefighting equipment, fixed fire-fighting equipment, the valve in the valve, fire dampers and fuel quick closing devices, they do not meet the requirements or they are significantly worn and unable to carry out its functions; 5.2.7. on tanker cargo deck do not have the appropriate firefighting means or they are significantly worn or not working; 5.2.8. no running lights, signālzīmj or sound signal, they do not meet the requirements or are significantly worn; 5.2.9. no radio communication of emergencies or security purposes or its not working properly; 5.2.10. have proper navigation equipment or its not working properly, taking into account the SOLAS Convention regulation V/12 (o); 5.2.11. not adjust the navigation map or other navigational publications necessary for the intended voyage, taking into account that the paper maps may be used in place of the electronic map; 5.2.12. cargo pump rooms spark exhaust ventilation (SOLAS regulation II-2/59.3.1 rule); 5.2.13. the serious defects in the Organization of the operation, set the Paris Memorandum in annex 1 section 5.5; 5.2.14. crew, manning or qualifications do not meet the certificate for secure the minimum crew of a vessel specified; 5.2.15. are not extended survey program under Chapter XI of the SOLAS Convention regulations; 2. 5.2.16 is not or does not operate the flight data recorder (RDR), if its use is mandatory. 5.3. areas under the international bulk chemical code of (liquid) (IBC) (references are given in brackets): 5.3.1. transport of a substance not mentioned in the certificate of fitness or missing cargo information (16.2); 5.3.2. missing or damaged high-pressure safety devices (8.2.3); 5.3.3. unsafe or non-conforming code wiring (10.2.3); 5.3.4. the sources of dangerous arcing locations (11.3.15); 5.3.5. specific violations of the requirements (15); 5.3.6. exceeded the maximum allowable cargo quantity per tank (16.1); 5.3.7. sensitive products not sufficient thermal insulation (16.6); 3.4. areas under the international liquefied petroleum gas carrier code (IGC) (references are given in brackets): 5.4.1. transport of a substance not mentioned in the certificate of fitness of the ship to carry liquefied petroleum gas on the international certificate of fitness for the carry dangerous chemical liquid, the certificate of fitness to carry dangerous chemical liquid, or missing cargo information (18.1); 5.4.2. no accommodations or service spaces (3.2.6) closing devices; 5.4.3. bulkhead not gastight (3.3.2); 5.4.4. defective air locks (3.6); 5.4.5. no quick shutoff valve or defective (5.6); 5.4.6. missing or defective safety valves (8.2); 5.4.7. unsafe or non-conforming code wiring (10.2.4); 5.4.8. ventilators in cargo area not operable (12.1); 5.4.9. not working for cargo tanks pressure alarm (13.4.1); 5.4.10. gas detection or toxic gas detection plant defective (13.6). 5.4.11. transport of substances that are required to dislodge the ship, slow down, if not valid certificate of inhibitēšan (17/19); 5.5. areas under the LL 66 Convention: 5.5.1 on the deck and hull plating significant areas of damage or corrosion, or plating and associated frame deformation affecting the seaworthiness of the ship or the ability to withstand local loads, unless proper temporary repairs made so that you can take a hike to the port, which is expected to make full repairs; 5.5.2. in the case of low persistence; 5.5.3. is not sufficient and reliable information, in an approved form, which by rapid and simple means, enables the master to load and ship anchored in such a way that a safe margin of stability is maintained at all at any time the variables hiking conditions and do not allow unacceptable loads on the ship's structure; 5.5.4. no Board open-closing devices, hatch closing arrangements and watertight doors significantly worn or damaged; 5.5.5. the ship is reloaded; 5.5.6. draught marks or not is not possible to read them; 5.6. areas under the Marpol Convention, annex I (references are given in brackets): 5.6.1 not oil-water filtering equipment, the oil discharge monitoring and control system or the 15 ppm alarm equipment or it is significantly worn or not acceptable; 5.6.2. .1 bilge water or oil products storage tanks of capacity is not sufficient for the intended voyage; 5.6.3. no oil record book (20 (5)); 5.6.4. illegal exhaust bypass; 5.6.5. the inspection report or not it does not comply with MARPOL 13 G (3) (b); 5.7. areas under the MARPOL Convention, annex II (references are given in brackets): 5.7.1. There are procedure manuals in accordance with annex II of the MARPOL Convention 5. provision (P& manual); 5.7.2. cargo is not categorized (3 (4)); 5.7.3. no cargo magazine (9 (6)); 5.7.4. the transport of oil-like substances without satisfying the requirements or without an appropriately amended certificate (14); 5.7.5. illegal exhaust bypass; 3.6. areas under the STCW Convention: 5.8.1. crew members do not have the appropriate licence, a valid temporary permit or they cannot provide documentary proof that the administration of the flag State have been submitted for approval; 5.8.2. no respect of the administration of the flag State to determine the safe manning requirements; 5.8.3. Board or machine watch arrangements to conform to the requirements specified for the ship by the flag State administration; 5.8.4. absence in a watch of a person qualified to operate and safely ship, safety radio communications or the prevention of marine pollution relevant equipment; 5.8.5. is certified for professional suitability to perform the duties assigned to seafarers for the safety of the ship and the prevention of pollution; 5.8.6. inability to provide for the first watch at the start of the hiking, or subsequent relieving watches crew members who are sufficiently rested and otherwise fit for duty; 3.7. areas under the ILO conventions and ILO 147 Prot 96:5.9.1. insufficient food for voyage to next port. 5.9.2. insufficient potable water for voyage to the next item to the port; 5.9.3. the ship is extremely unsanitary conditions; 5.9.4. no heating in accommodation of a ship operating in areas where temperatures may be excessively low; 5.9.5. the rules of hygiene, inadequate waste many corridors and rooms obstructed sister lived with the equipment or goods or other hazardous conditions exist; 5.9.6. proof that crew members who provide for the first watch is too tired (such as inability to concentrate duties). 6. The ship should be detained, if not inert gas system, cargo-related or equipment or machinery is not working or is not maintained according to the instructions for use. It constitutes a sufficient basis for suspension of the operation of the load away. 7. in paragraph 5 of this annex, the above list is not a complete lack. The only drawbacks, which are the basis for detention in areas under the STCW Convention in ju, and referred to in this annex, the 5.8 is the only basis for detention in accordance with that Convention.
Traffic Minister a. shlesers Annex 8 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 March 2006, regulations No 197 denial of entry into port 1. Categories of ships, which are banned from entering the European Union ports: 1. gas and chemical tankers;
1.2. bulk carrier;
1.3. oil tankers;
1.4. passenger ships.
2. the procedures in connection with the prohibition to enter the ports of the European Union: 2.1 if found the ship's compliance with this rule 48 and the ship in the port of Latvia is on the second or third time, the maritime safety inspectorate decides on refusal of access of the ship, informing about it in writing the master and the owner or operator of the maritime safety inspectorate shall inform the flag State administration, the classification society concerned, the Member States of the European Union The European Commission, the tratīv Centre for Maritime Affairs admin (the Centre administratif des Affaires Maritimes) and Paris memoran da Secretariat;
2.2. the decision on refusal of access of vessels shall enter into force immediately after delivery the ship sail when prevent deficiencies, which were the basis for the detention of Latvian ports.
3. To make the decision on the refusal of access to be revoked, the owner or operator shall submit an official request to the maritime safety inspectorate, adding the administration of the flag State of the ship's certificate issued, showing that the ship fully complies with the relevant provisions of the Convention. If the reason for refusal of access was the lack of which is the responsibility of the classification society, the owner or operator, together with a request for annulment of the decision on the refusal of access shall also be submitted to the certificate issued by the classification society that the ship complies with the relevant classification societies established class standards and the ship class.
4. the decision on the refusal of access shall be repealed only by port State control inspectors repeatedly carried out an inspection of the vessel in a port, if it is found that the vessel fully complies with the relevant requirements of the Convention.
5. If the port intended for the inspection of the vessel in accordance with paragraph 4 of this annex, located on the territory of the European Union, the competent authorities of the port State to the maritime safety inspection agreement may allow the ship to enter the port only to perform re-inspection and verify that the ship complies with this paragraph 3 of the annex.
6. Repeated inspection is performed for the expanded inspection. Expanded inspection costs shall be borne by the owner or operator.
7. If after extended inspection the maritime safety inspectorate finds that the ship complies with these regulations in point 5.3, and other regulations and vessel safety, protection of the marine environment and the seafarers ' living and working conditions with the requirements laid down in the decision on the prohibition of the entry of the ship shall be repealed in accordance with paragraph 4 of this annex. The owner or operator shall be informed thereof in writing.
8. Maritime safety inspection of its decision to inform the flag State administration, the classification society concerned, the other Member of the European Union st, the European Commission, the administrative centre of Maritime Affairs and the Secretariat of the Paris Memorandum.
9. Information on the vessels banned from entering the European Union ports, enter the SIReNAC database and published in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 56 and annex 10. Traffic Minister a. shlesers Annex 9 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 March 2006, regulations No 197 minimum requirements of port State control inspectors 1. Port State control Inspector that the Latvian maritime administration is empowered to carry out port-State control.
2. Minimum requirements for port State control Inspector: 2.1. at least one year of work experience in the control of the flag State Inspector's Office, performing inspections and issuing ship certificates in accordance with the provisions of the Convention referred to in point 5.3, and at least one of the following qualifications: Masters degree in 2.1.1, which entitles to drive ships with a tonnage of 1600 BTA and more, according to STCW Convention (II)/2.;
2.1.2. engineer's diploma, which gives the right to work on board a ship whose main power plant has a power 3000 kW and larger, according to the III/2 of the STCW Convention, rule;
2.1.3. outstanding exam shipbuilding engineering, mechanical engineering or related field with maritime engineering specialty and work experience in this specialty for at least five years;
2.2. the Inspector, whose qualifications comply with this annex 2.1.1 and 2.1.2. referred to in subparagraph requires at least five years ' work experience at sea according to the deck, or the car crew officer;
2.3. According to a higher education or other equivalent training, marine safety inspectors of school education and diploma and at least two years of experience in the control of the flag State Inspector's Office, performing inspections and when issuing the construction circle under that rule 5.3 of the Convention referred to the requirements;
2.4. the English language skills;
2.5. This provision of the Convention referred to in 5.3 and other NASA safety kuģoš, the protection of the marine environment and the seafarers ' living and working conditions of the related laws, as well as port State control procedures.
3. If a person has taken control of the port State Inspector's Office before 1 May 2004 and does not meet the point 2 of this annex the criteria, it may continue to fulfil the responsibilities of the Inspector no longer than until May 1, 2025. Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 10 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 March 2006, regulations No 197 news that maritime safety Inspectorate grants the European Commission 1. Maritime safety inspection every year to 1 April the European Commission the following data for the previous year: 1.1. number of inspectors acting on behalf of the port State control system. This information shall be submitted by filling in the following table: port/region full time number of inspectors part time Inspector skaits1 the transition to full time X port …



Y port. ..



Total Note: 1 If the port State control inspection related is only part of the work of the inspectors, the total number of inspectors indicate equivalent full-time inspectors.

This information is provided for each of the Latvian port. In this annex the port means single port or geographical area in which the inspector or inspectors group, if necessary, to cover several separate ports. One inspector may work in more than one port or geographical area; 1.2. the number of individual ships which entered its ports of Latvia. 2. Maritime safety inspection every six months, the European Commission joined the Board of the Latvian port in the list, showing the ship's IMO number and arrival date. This list does not indicate ships engaged on a regular ferry service. Enter the Sirenac database information on ships arriving in the ports of Latvia, other than regular ferry services, the IMO number and arrival date. 3. The maritime safety inspectorate shall submit to the European Commission to this annex referred to in paragraph 2 of the regular ferry traffic lists, as well as inform of any changes in this traffic.
Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 11 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 March 2006, regulations No 197 publication of information concerning inspection, detention and refusal of access of vessels 1. the information to be published in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 56, include the following information: 1. name of the ship;
1.2. the IMO number;
1.3. type of vessel;
1.4. gross registered tonnage;
1.5. the year of construction indicated in the ship's safety certificates;
1.6. the shipowner or the operator's name and address;
1.7. If with the ships carrying liquid or solid cargoes in bulk, the charterer's name, address and type of Charter;
1.8. the flag State;
1. one or more classification societies, which are issued for a given vessel class certificate (if any);
1.10. one or more classification societies or any other party which the vessel on behalf of the flag State issued certificate as provided for in the Convention;
1.11. the previous extended port and date of inspection, if necessary, must be present! Specifies whether the detention orders;
1.12. the port and date of the last special examination, as well as the name of the organisation which has taken this test;
1.13. number of detentions during the 24 previous months;
1.14. the country and port of detention;
1.15. the date when the detention was lifted;
1.16. duration of detention days;
1.17. the number of the shortcomings detected and clear and explicit reasons for the detention;
1.18. Description of the measures taken by the administration of the flag State or classification society in response to the detention of the ship;
1.19. If the vessel's entry into European Union ports-clear and explicit reasons for this prohibition;
1.20. indication of whether the classification society or other private body that carried out the survey has a responsibility for the deficiencies which, alone or together, were the reason for the detention;
1.21. Description of the measures taken, if a ship voyage to the nearest appropriate repair yard, or if the vessel's entry into the European Union in all ports.
2. The SIReNAC database on inspected vessels include the following: 2.1 name of the ship;
2.2. the IMO number;
2.3. type of vessel;
2.4. gross registered tonnage;
2.5. construction year;
2.6. the shipowner or the operator's name and address;
2.7. If a ship carrying liquid or solid cargoes in bulk, the charterer's name, address and type of Charter;
2.8. the flag State;
2.9. one or more classification societies, which are issued for a given vessel class certificate (if any);
2.10. one or more classification societies or any other party which the vessel on behalf of the flag State issued certificate as provided for in the Convention, including the mention of the certificates concerned;
2.11. the inspecting country, port and date;
2.12. the number and nature of deficiencies. Traffic Minister a. shlesers