Rules On The Dangerous And Polluting Goods Movement And Control Ports

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par bīstamo un piesārņojošo kravu apriti un kontroli ostās

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 199, Riga, 14 March 2006 (pr. Nr. 15 4. §) rules on the dangerous and polluting goods movement and control ports Issued in accordance with the maritime administration and the Maritime Security Act, article 38 of the fourth part i. General questions 1. rules determine the conditions to be respected in relation to the dangerous and polluting goods movement in ports (loading or unloading operations on board ships, railway wagons, caravans, containers or other means of transport, the movement of goods in the warehouse, terminal area or on board including such import, export or possession of the port area to further transshipment from one means of transport to another), as well as the monitoring of compliance with these requirements. 2. the rules shall not apply to warships and vessels which dangerous and polluting goods are part of their equipment and supplies. II. Responsibilities and functions 3. Port Authority carried out a general monitoring of the compliance with these rules in the port area. Port authority designate inspectors (hereinafter the port Inspector), familiar with national and international requirements on the dangerous and polluting goods movement in ports. 4. Port Inspector: 4.1 not less frequently than once every six months in accordance with the provisions of Chapter VI of the said requirements check the dangerous and polluting goods within the port area of economic operators;
4.2. every six months the State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" (further-the marine Administration) report on the inspections carried out and the substantial deficiencies. 5. the maritime authorities carried out a general monitoring of the compliance with the established mu ports, as well as checks on ships. Checks on ships in the maritime administration shall be carried out in accordance with Chapter VIII of these rules. 6. the port operators involved in the dangerous and polluting goods circulation, is responsible for the circulation of the security and compliance with these provisions, as well as on cargo movement involved in the safety and health of workers. The port operator will designate a person responsible for operations with dangerous and polluting goods. 7. Marine administration and port authorities, when carrying out the functions referred to in this chapter, have the right: 7.1 if necessary, call upon independent institutions or experts;
7.2. those provisions require that documentation from the port of Santa and komer Manager or its local representative;
7.3. request to address deficiencies (also stop cargo operations to failures), if the ship, the cargo transport unit or packaging does not meet the dangerous and polluting goods shipping requirements or if you do not submit the required documents, or if other irregularities. III. General safety requirements 8. the port operator's employees involved in the dangerous and polluting goods circulation, are trained according to the international maritime dangerous goods code (IMDG Code hereinafter) in Chapter 1.3 "training". 9. the parties involved in the dangerous and polluting goods movement, ports takes all necessary precautions to prevent accidents. If the accident had happened, must act to the injury caused by the accident would be possible. If the dangerous and polluting substances takes place in cargo operations, they stopped immediately and the master of the ship or shore personnel shall immediately inform the berth or terminal operator and captain of the port. 10. The shipowner shall ensure that the ship, which involved operations with dangerous and polluting goods, would be: 10.1. equipment according to the International Maritime Organization (hereinafter referred to as the IMO), the International Health Organization and the International Labour Organisation (hereinafter referred to as the ILO) instructions "first aid instructions used with dangerous goods related accidents" (Medical First Aid Guide for use in Accidents Involving dangerous goods) (MFAG) in chapter 14 "the medicines and equipment requirements list";
10.2. specific optional, if transported to special goods IMDG code guidelines "emergency response procedure guides for ships transporting dangerous goods ' (Emergency response procedures for ships Carrying Dangerous goods) (further-Em) is expected. 11. the requirements referred to in these provisions shall be without prejudice to the additional requirements such as the order in accordance with the relevant provisions of the port. IV. the dangerous goods transport document and cargo ship documents 12. Before the dangerous and polluting goods (packaging) into port the shipper shall provide the carrier of cargo and the port operator to the dangerous and polluting goods transport document that includes information on the dangerous and polluting goods, business name and address of the consignor, the indication of the consignee, as well as other information according to the IMDG Code, section 5.4.1 "trans port of dangerous goods documents" and the section "5.4.2 container/trans port packing certificate" means those requirements. 13. The ship that transported the dangerous and polluting goods, packaging, is the ship's cargo documents according to the IMDG Code, Chapter 5.4 "documents". These documents include: 13.1. dangerous goods manifest (manifest hereinafter) according to the 1965 International Convention on the facilitation of maritime traffic (with amendments) laid down (annex 1) or equivalent, or dangerous goods special list or manifest detailed plan according to the 1973 International Convention for the prevention of pollution from ships and its Protocol of 1978 (hereinafter MARPOL Convention), annex III rule 4 "documents", the 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea and its 1988 Protocol (hereinafter referred to as the SOLAS Convention) of part A of Chapter VII 5. in the "documents" and the provisions of the IMDG Code, Chapter 5.4 of the "requirements" Document;
13.2. the dangerous goods declaration;
13.3. information on actions the accident situation;
13.4. for more information and special certificates (if required) according to the requirements of the IMDG Code, including: 13.4.1. exception certificate (a certificate Exempting a substance, Material from the Provision of the IMDG Code) on substances and materials, not covered by the IMDG code requirements (such as charcoal, fish meal);
13.4.2. the certificate of suitability of weather influences (Weathering Certificate);
13.4.3. reconciliation of the new pašreaģējoš substances and organic peroxides, issued by the country of origin of those substances to the competent institution in respect of the classification and transport conditions. 14. This rule 13.1 and 13.2. documents referred to contains the following information on the dangerous and polluting goods: 14.1. the exact name of the cargo;
14.2. the hazard class (annex 2);
14.3. The United Nations (UN) the assigned number;
14.4. pollution category (if applicable) in accordance with the MARPOL Convention;
14.5. the position of the load, the total quantity, packaging group;
14.6. number of EMU and MFAG number;
14.7. information about the ship's cargo document preparers, indicating the company name and the name and signature of the person;
14.8. the cargo transport unit packing certificate according to the IMDG Code, section 5.4.2. "container/vehicle packing certificate" requirements;
9.3. the certificate or declaration of goods under the IMDG Code, the bottom section 5.4.1.6. "certification" requirements. 15. The rules referred to in point 13.3. information can be reflected in one of the following ways: 15.1 with the appropriate entry in the manifest, dangerous goods special list or dangerous goods declaration;
9.4. adding a separate safety data sheets (Safety data sheet);
15.3. appending EMS separately and MFAG. 16. The consignor before the dangerous and polluting goods as cargo loading on a vessel shall ensure that the master of the vessel or his representative to submit cargo documents containing information about the shipment: If transported bulk cargoes 16.1.,-specific loading capacity (stowage factor) and the moisture content (if applicable), as well as other information according to the SOLAS Convention, chapter VI, part 2. "information about" those requirements;

16.2. If transport harmful liquid liquid or liquefied petroleum gas-density and the temperature of the substance handling, as well as other information relevant to the code between the folksy construction and equipment of ships carrying dangerous chemicals as liquid (further-IBC Code), 16.2. section "information on the carriage of goods" or the international code for the construction and equipment of ships carrying liquefied gases as liquid (further-IGC Code), section 18.1 "information about" those requirements. V. the dangerous and polluting goods chain General requirements 17. Port Authority specifies the dangerous and polluting goods storage in the port area. 18. the introduction of the explosives or their transit is permitted only when the relevant port authority has authorized the operation of a specific location. 1. hazard classes (excluding 1.4 danger class) shipments are allowed into the port area or leave it only for direct loading or unloading ships (import or export). Such goods may remain in the territory of the port no longer than 48 hours. 19. where explosives imported by ship in the port, follow the allowable positions from the nearest populated site (annex 3). 20. Radioactive Substances (hazard class 7) the port of entry or transit is permitted only in accordance with the law "on radiation safety and nuclear safety". 21. with respect to dangerous goods with temperature controlled (IMDG Code, Chapter 7.7 "temperature control conditions ') recommended the direct loading or unloading operations. If such goods remain in the territory of the port, they placed a specially designated places where the cargo transport unit containing cargo referred to, it is possible to add the shore supply. 22. Pathogenic containing dangerous substances (hazard class 6.2) allowed to bring the port area or leave it only for direct loading or unloading ships (import or export). Such goods may remain in the territory of the port no longer than 48 hours. 23. the unstable substances are allowed to accept only if the port is specified and fulfilled all the conditions for safe transportation and processing in accordance with the requirements of the IMDG Code. 24. the port operator as regards its responsibility areas provide: 24.1. warehouses, covered and the rest of the port area in the dangerous and polluting goods availability list (including information on the exact name, the UN number assigned, classification, quantity, exact indication on the location of the cargo), as well as the availability of that information to the emergency and rescue services in the event;
24.2. the accessibility of information (at any time) for the action and measures in emergency situations, as well as the placement of such information in locations where dangerous and polluting are processed goods;
15.1. information on fire-fighting equipment and clear its marking;
15.2. the areas where dangerous and polluting goods, control and monitoring, as well as regular checks to make sure no dangerous and polluting substances or their packaging defects;
15.2. the dangerous and polluting goods placement according to the IMDG code requirements for separation and non-compliance, as well as adequate segregation of dangerous goods requirements in the port area (annex 4);
24.6. the indication that port the ships entered the acceptable location, taking into account the hazard class of cargo and quantity of cargo (annex 3). Vi. The dangerous and polluting goods movement control procedures in port 25 port Inspector checks relating to the application of security measures, the introduction of dangerous and polluting goods secure transport and storage. Port Inspector checks: hazardous and polluting 25.1. cargo TRANS port documents and their compliance with the rules contents in the requirements contained in chapter IV;
15.7. how port are stored in dangerous and polluting goods, and how it takes place in a port, handling and segregation of operations with them;
25.3. the packages and cargo transport unit that contains dangerous and polluting goods, to make sure they are packed, marked and must compare with the labels according to the requirements of the IMDG code or international standards, applicable to any mode of transport;
25.4. dangerous goods containers, containing konteinertilpņ, transportable tank or trailer external position to detect obvious damage or signs of the spill;
25.5. or cargo transport units meets the IMO/ILO/UN slow-down of the Environment Committee guidelines for packing cargo transport units (CTU guidelines);
15.9. the approval plate container compliance with the 1972 International Convention for safe international containers (with amendments). 26. where the checks referred to in this chapter are a discovered deficiencies which may affect the dangerous and polluting goods or transport operations with them, Inspector of the port or port operator's designated responsible person shall immediately notify the economic operator of the port and to the Manager and requested to avoid any identified gaps before the further transportation of dangerous goods or of the operations with them. Port authority specifies the location in the territory of the port's cargo transport storage units that detect damage, leakage or other defects that may affect the dangerous and polluting goods further transport or safe operation with them. 27. When dangerous and polluting goods-containers and other cargo transport units have found obvious signs of damage or if the exhaust or suspected non-compliance of the contents of the shipment to the information in the documents, they can be opened to verify the conformity of the goods therein the information in the documents, as well as packaging, and placement in compliance with those requirements. In this case, the port Inspector, Inspector of marine administration or port operator's designated person in charge, with the suggestion of turning to open the container. The customs of the intention to open the container and other cargo transport units shall inform the economic operators and cargo port managers, as well as the cargo TRANS port opening procedure of the unit. 28. The damaged cargo transport units may be removed only if the security measures are taken to ensure that cargo transport units will not create hazards in transport, or further processing. VII. General requirements for ship's cargo operations with dangerous and polluting goods 29. Overcharge on board dangerous and polluting goods and transporting them by ship at sea is allowed only if the following requirements are met: 29.1. in relation to the dangerous and polluting goods transport package-II-2 of the SOLAS Convention, chapter 19. "rules on the transport of dangerous goods", Chapter VII, part A, ' carriage of dangerous goods in packages "and the IMDG code requirements;
29.2. for hazardous and polluting solid bulk cargoes transportation-as the SOLAS Convention, chapter II-2, regulation 19. "transport of dangerous goods", Chapter VII-part 1 "transport of dangerous bulk cargoes and bulk cargoes" code of safe practice (hereinafter BC Code) requirements;
3. in the case of dangerous and polluting substances like liquid liquid transport tankers-the SOLAS Convention, chapter II-2 16th (3) the provisions of the "additional requirements" that the tanker requirements and requirements (in so far as they apply to the jam), referred to in part B of Chapter VII "of the vessel carrying dangerous chemicals as liquid, construction and equipment" and IBC Code or the code for the construction and equipment of ships carrying dangerous chemicals as liquid (further-BCH Code);
29.4. for liquefied gases of tankers of trans-portēšan of the SOLAS Convention, chapter II-2 16th (3) the requirements referred to in the provisions and requirements (in so far as they are applicable), referred to in part C of Chapter VII "vessel, carrying sašķid exhausted gas as a liquid, construction and equipment" and the IGC Code or the code for the construction and equipment of ships carrying liquefied gases as liquid (further-GC code);

29.5. as regards packaged radioactive spent fuel, plutonium and radioactive waste with a high level of radioactivity transport-requirements, referred to in Chapter VII of the SOLAS Convention, part D of the "special requirements for packaged radioactive fuel, plutonium and radioactive waste with high levels of radioactivity are transported on ships" and the international code packaged radioactive nuclear fuel, plutonium and radioactive waste with a high level of radioactivity for safe transportation on ships. 30. Hazardous waste (according to the 1989 Basel Convention on the control of Kona transboundary movements of hazardous wastes and their disposal the above definition) cross-border services are permitted if they comply with the IMDG Code, Chapter 4.8 "garbage transportation" or IBC Code requirements in Chapter 20, "liquid chemical waste transportation requirements", as well as legislation on movement of dangerous goods. 31. the IMDG code defined in Chapter 1.2 of the cargo transport units carrying ships of uzkra be permitted if they comply with the IMO/ILO/UN ECE Committee on guidelines for packing cargo transport units (CTU in the guidelines). 32. According to the cargo plan, coordinated by the master of the vessel to port, the ship's cargo of merchant operations ensure: 32.1. the hazardous and polluting packaged goods are packed and separated, under the IMDG Code, Chapter 7.1. "Stacking" and Chapter 7.2 "separation" and the requirements of the SOLAS Convention, chapter II-2, regulation 19 of the "carriage of dangerous goods" these constraints;
32.2. dangerous bulk load and be separated pursuant to section 9.3 of the code in BC "stacking and separation requirements" and the requirements of the SOLAS Convention, chapter II-2, regulation 19 of the "carriage of dangerous goods" these constraints;
32.3. harmful liquid substances transported as a liquid and the carriage of which is binding on the IBC Code or BCH Code, only to be packed according to the minimum requirements applicable to such substances and referred to in chapter 17 of the IBC Code "the minimum requirements summary", or "the BCH Code, chapter IV Special requirements";
32.4. liquefied gas, the transport of which is binding on the IGC Code or GC code, only to be packed according to the minimum requirements, such as the major such substances and referred to in chapter 19 of the IGC Code "the minimum requirements summary" or GC code "in Chapter XIX of the minimum requirements summary". 33. Forbidden to overcharge on board cargo transport units with dangerous and polluting goods, if the packaging has been damaged or their condition does not meet the safe load for further transportation. VIII. Inspection on board 34. checks on vessels that transport the dangerous and polluting goods carried out maritime authorities posted Inspector. These inspectors check order not less than once a month in the port of Riga, Liepaja and Ventspils port in port the ship check: 34.1. the document of compliance (document of compliance) compliance with SOLAS chapter II-2 of rule 19 "on the transport of dangerous goods" requirements;
21.3. the freight documents for compliance with the IMDG Code, Chapter 5.4 "documents" and in chapter IV of these regulations these requirements.
21.3. the dangerous and polluting goods disposition of IMDG code compliance and II-2 of the SOLAS Convention, chapter 19. "transport of dangerous goods" requirements;
21.4. the labelling of containers and vehicles, hazard signs, create the cultural conformity to requirements in the IMDG Code, or other applicable international standards (unless such Visual inspection is possible);
34.5. dangerous and polluting goods, cargo transport unit containing the position and check for obvious signs of corruption or exhaust (if such Visual inspection is possible);
21.5. compliance with cargo segregation requirements. IX. final question 35. point 8 of these regulations shall enter into force on 1 May 2006. Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 1: Cabinet of Ministers of 14 March 2006, regulations No 199 of dangerous goods manifest (in accordance with Chapter VII of the SOLAS Convention for 5 (5) the provisions of MARPOL 73/78 Annex III, 4 (3) of the regulations and the IMDG Code, Chapter 5.4 5.4.3.1. the requirements referred to in paragraph 2), the Minister (A) Annex 2 shlesers. Cabinet of Ministers of 14 March 2006, regulations No 199 the classification of dangerous goods under the IMDG Code hazard class subclass title 1, explosives and articles thereof 1.1 explosives typical of all mass instantaneous explosion hazard 1.2 explosives that are partially stabilized and is not characteristic of all mass instantaneous explosion hazard 1.3 explosives characteristic of fire hazard, as well as small possible dangers of explosions, but which are not characteristic of all mass instantaneous explosion hazard 1.4 explosives, featuring a small hazard 1.5 Mazjutīg explosives which characteristic of all mass explosion hazard especially of 1.6 mazjutīg explosives which are not characteristic of all mass explosion hazard 2 gas 2.1 flammable gases 2.2 gases that are not easily flammable and non-toxic poisonous gas 3 2.3 flammable liquids 4 solid, flammable substances, substances prone to self-ignition and substances which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases 4.1 solid, flammable substances pašreaģējoš substances, explosives and stabilize 4.2 spontaneously flammable substances 4.3 substances which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases 5 oxidizing substances and organic peroxides 5.1 Oxidising substances 5.2 organic peroxides 6 toxic and infectious substances 6.1 toxic substances 6.2 infectious substances 7 radioactive materials 8 Corrosive substances 9 other dangerous substances and articles for Transport Ministers a. shlesers annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 March 2006, regulations No 199 Board with the location of dangerous goods in the port no p.k. dangerous goods hazard class (in accordance with the The IMDG Code) Dangerous cargo on board the ship's maximum location distance from nearest locality notes 1.1, 1.2 or 1.5 1 To 125 kg 100 m not closer than from the locality Till 500 kg no closer than 300 m from the locality To 30000 kg no closer than 500 m from locality 2.1.3 or 1.4 to 500 kg no closer than 100 m from the locality To 30000 kg no closer than 300 m from the locality


Up to 120000 kg no closer than 500 m from the locality where the cargo is 120000 kg or more, the port captain considered separately Until 1000 kg 3 1.4 S not closer than 100 m from the locality 4.1.4 S-apply to substances or cargo transport units, which is the number assigned to the UN 0012 or 0014 (ammunition, which maximum caliber is 19.1 mm) and up to 300000 0055 or 0105 kg 5.5.2-apply loads that packaging is "explosive" label To 25000 kg traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 March 2006, regulations No 199 of segregation of dangerous goods on the territory of the port no substance name p.k. hazard class 4.1 4.2 4.3 2.1 2.2 2.3 3 5.1 5.2 6.1 8 9 1. Flammable gases 2.1 (a) s s s s 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 (a). non flammable and non-toxic in a 0 0 0 0 a a 0 0 2.2 0 0 0 3. Poisonous gas 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.3 s s s 0 0 0 4. Flammable liquid 3 s s s s s a a 0 0 0 0 0 5. Solid, flammable substances, pašreaģējoš and stabilized explosive 4.1 (a) 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 a 0 a s spontaneously flammable substances 4.2 6.
s a s s s s a a a 0 a 0 7. Substances which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases 4.3 0 0 0 0 0 a a 0 0 a s s 8. Oxidising substances 5.1 s s a s s s 0 0 0 a s 0 5.2 organic peroxides 9 s s s s s s a s a s 0 0 10 toxic substances (liquids and solids) 6.1 (a) 0 0 0 0 0
0 a a 0 0 0 11. Corrosive substances (liquids and solids) 8 0 0 0 a a a a a a a s s-0 0 0 12. Other dangerous substances and articles 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Note: 1. (excluding 1.4), 6.2 and 7. hazard classes are permitted to import the cargo port and leave the port only to direct it for the loading or unloading of the cargo of the classes are not included in the table. Some unexpected circumstances such cargo can temporarily stay in the port area in specially designated places.

Explanatory notes for the use of table 1.1 (excluding 1.4), 6.2 and 7. hazard classes of the reception and storage of cargo can be handled in each port with special provisions according to the Terminal and handling equipment. 2. all the dangerous and polluting goods imported into the territory of the port, are highlighted by labels and posters, packaged and documented according to the requirements of the IMDG Code. 3. the segregation of dangerous goods carried out in accordance with the requirements of the IMDG Code: 3.1 packages, trailer, stationary or platform containers: 0-segregation is not required, unless the port rules provide otherwise; (a)-away from the (away from)-minimum distance is 3 m's-the separation is required (separated from)-open area minimum distance is 6 m, covered or warehouses the minimum distance is 12 m, unless there are special fire resistant walls; 3.2. closed containers, portable tanks, closed road vehicles: 0-segregation is not required; (a)-away from the (away from)-segregation is not required; s-separation is required (separated from)-open area minimum distance is 3 m in length and in width, covered and warehouses the minimum distance is 6 m in length and width, unless there are special fire resistant walls; 3.3. in open vehicles, railway wagons, containers with loose up: o-segregation is not required; (a)-away from the (away from)-minimum distance is 3 m's-the separation is required (separated from)-open area minimum distance is 6 m in length and in width, covered and warehouses the minimum distance is 12 m in length and width, unless there are special fire resistant walls.
Traffic Minister a. shlesers