Rules On Ro-Ro Passenger Ships And High Speed Passenger Craft Safety

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par ro-ro pasažieru kuģu un ātrgaitas pasažieru kuģu drošību

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 145 in Riga in 2006 (February 14. No. 9 57. §) rules on ro-ro passenger ships and high speed passenger craft security Issued in accordance with the maritime administration and the Maritime Security Act, article 11 of the fourth part i. General questions 1. determines the order in which the Latvian maritime administration provides a system of compulsory checks on ro-ro passenger ships and high speed passenger craft, to ensure their safety during a regular service to and from ports of Latvia , as well as the Latvian maritime administration the right to investigate any accident or incident at sea, what happened in those flights, to encourage the development of such investigations or participate in it. 2. the non-profit organization public limited liability company "Latvian standards" at the recommendation of the Ministry of transport submitted for publication in the newspaper "journal" to "national list of the standards applicable to implementation of those rules (hereinafter referred to as the applicable standards). II. terms used in the rules rules 3 the following terms: 3.1. ro-ro passenger ship-sea passenger ship, which can carry more than 12 passengers and equipment which allows the wheel or rail vehicles climb on board and drive out of it;
3.2. high-speed passenger craft-a high-speed craft which carries more than 12 passengers, and corresponds to the 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea (with the protocols and amendments thereto) (SOLAS), chapter X, rule 1;
3.3.-the passenger any person on board a ship, other than: 3.3.1. the master and the crew or other persons employed or engaged in work on board ship;
3.3.2. children less than one year old;
3.4. the regular service-mean a series of ro-ro passenger ship or high speed passenger vessels, providing the traffic between the same two or more ports, or a series of voyages from the same port and not into other ports: 3.4.1. According to a published timetable;
3.4.2. creating a recognizable systematic series of voyages;
3.5. Marine Division-sea area, which is included in the list drawn up in accordance with the European Council of 17 March 1998 Directive 98/18/EC;
3.6. certificate: 3.6.1. for ro-ro passenger ships and high-speed passenger craft engaged on international voyages, the safety certificate issued in accordance with the SOLAS Convention, together with the ship's equipment list and, if necessary, certificates and operating permits;
3.6.2. for ro-ro passenger ships and high-speed passenger craft engaged on domestic voyages, the-security certificate, issued in accordance with the laws and regulations on safety and standards, together with a list of the equipment and, if necessary, certificates and operating permits;
2.3. exception certificate-a certificate issued in accordance with the SOLAS Convention chapter 1 of part B of rule 12 "a" item (VII).
3.8. the administration of the flag State-the competent authority of the State whose flag the ro-ro passenger ship or high speed passenger craft is entitled to fly;
3.9. host-country from which the port (ports) or port (ports) ro-ro passenger ship or high-speed passenger craft is engaged on a regular service;
3.10. international voyage-voyage by sea from port to port in Latvia, located outside Latvia, or from a port located outside Latvia, the Latvian port;
3.11. domestic voyage-voyage sailing areas of Latvia to the same port or another port in Latvia (shipping between ports of one country);
3.12. the recognised organisation-an organisation recognised in accordance with the laws and regulations of the classification society (recognized organizations) and the national joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" (further-the marine Administration) has concluded the contract of mandate;
3.13. company-merchant who employs one or more ro-ro passenger ships or one or more high-speed passenger craft, to which a document of compliance has been issued in accordance with chapter IX of the SOLAS Convention regulations; 4.
3.14. the special check-check that the maritime administration Maritime Safety Inspectorate (hereinafter the shipping safety inspection) as the competent authority of the host country shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of chapters VI and VIII;
3.15. the Inspector-maritime safety inspection ship control inspectors that meet these rules referred to in annex 1 criteria of qualification and independence;
3.16. the discrepancy-a ro-ro passenger ship or high speed passenger craft, which do not meet the requirements of this regulation;
3.17. substantially interested State-under the sea shipping traffic accident and incident investigation Code adopted by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) through Assembly of 27 November 1997 resolution a. 849 (20);
3.18. lead investigating State-under the sea shipping traffic accident and incident investigation Code adopted by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) through Assembly of 27 November 1997 resolution a. 849 (20);
3.19. shipping accidents – under the sea shipping traffic accident and incident investigation Code adopted by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) through Assembly of 27 November 1997 resolution a. 849 (20). III. Application of the provisions of 4. These provisions shall apply to all ro-ro passenger ships and high speed passenger craft engaged on international or domestic scheduled flights to a Latvian port or from a Latvian port, irrespective of the flag State of the ship, the sea areas intended for A class ships. Passenger ship class determined in accordance with the laws and regulations on passenger vessel safety requirements. 5. These provisions shall apply for ro-ro passenger ships and high speed passenger craft engaged on domestic voyages in sea areas other than those referred to in paragraph 3 of this rule. In this case, the provisions shall apply to all ro-ro passenger ships and high speed passenger craft, which works on the same terms and without discrimination related to the flag of the State of nationality or place of establishment of the company. IV. the Ro-Ro passenger ships and high speed passenger craft the initial checks 6. documents before the ro-ro passenger ship or high speed passenger craft started regular service company in the maritime safety inspectorate presented the necessary documents. Maritime safety inspection check that:

6.1. the ship has valid certificates issued by the competent authority of the flag State or the recognised organisation acting on its behalf;
6.2. the vessel is surveyed to be certified according to the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Assembly resolution a. 746 (18) annexes procedures and guidelines in the field of survey in accordance with the harmonised survey and certificate issuing system;
6.3. the ship possesses a valid certificate of classification issued by a recognised organisation under the maritime transport and maritime safety law article 18 authorisation laid down in the Treaty;
6.4. the ship is equipped with a flight data recorder (hereinafter Registrar) to be able to provide information if the accident is investigated. Registrar meets the operational requirements of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Assembly of 27 November 1997 of resolution 861 (20), as well as the applicable standards on maritime navigation and radiocommunication equipment and systems;
6.5. the ship complies with the specific stability requirements in accordance with the 28 February 1996 agreement "On specific stability requirements for ro-ro passenger ships in accordance with the schedule on regular service between or to or from a specific port in Northwest Europe and the Baltic Sea" stability requirements laid down, provided that they do not exceed the requirements specified in the 1995 SOLAS Conference resolution in annex 14. 7. The provisions of point 6.5 shall apply to high speed passenger craft, if that requirement is applicable for a given test vessel according to the SOLAS Convention. V. initial check conducted by commercial companies and flag States 8. prior to the ro-ro passenger ship or high speed passenger craft activities Navigability security inspections: 8.1. check that the company that uses or intends to use the craft on regular service: 8.1.1. take the necessary measures to comply with the rules referred to in annex 2 and provides regular service host countries concerned by evidence that in this chapter and in chapter IV of these regulations these requirements have been met;
8.1.2. agrees that the host State, the flag State or the State in whose waters the accident sea, you can investigate the marine casualty or incident, encourage or participate in the investigation in accordance with the provisions of chapter XII, and ensure national representatives access to the accident or incident to the Registrar of ships;
8.2. If a vessel flying the flag of another country, check whether the flag State has accepted the company's commitment to meet the SOLAS Convention requirements for ro-ro passenger ships and high speed passenger craft. Vi. the initial examination of the Special Board 9. Prior to start regular service to and from ports of Latvia on maritime safety inspectorate carry out special inspection of the ship in accordance with the provisions of annexes 2 and 3 to verify that the vessel fulfils the necessary requirements for safe operation of a regular service. 10. The application of this provision of paragraph 9, the maritime safety inspectorate after matching with company specific ship date of the check, which must not be later than one month from the date on which the inspection is received the documents required for these rules laid down in chapter IV and V, the completion of checks. VII. Special conditions 11. If regular service employed a ro-ro passenger ship or high speed passenger craft engaged in a new regular service to and from ports of Latvia, the maritime safety inspectorate assesses the Board scheduled flights during the previous inspection. If the results of the inspection shall be considered satisfactory and they meet the new operating conditions before the ro-ro passenger ship or high speed passenger craft launch new regular service this provision of chapter IV, V and VI shall not apply. 12. The provisions of chapter IV, V and VI shall not apply if the ro-ro passenger ship or high speed passenger craft complying with the requirements of this regulation and if carried out regular services are moved to another regular flight, involving the port of Latvia, and if the new flight route parameters, as well as maritime authorities the competent authorities of the host country recognized as equivalent to and, on the basis of the application, the companies agreed that the ship meets all safety requirements for the new trip. 13. If due to unforeseen circumstances the ro-ro passenger ship or high speed passenger craft need to be replaced, in order to ensure uninterrupted service, and does not apply this provision, paragraph 11 and 12, the maritime safety inspectorate the authorisation to launch the operation of the ship, if the ship's papers and the Visual view finds that ro-ro passenger ship or high speed passenger craft meet this provision in point 6. A month after the start of operations of the ship maritime safety inspection carried out this provision in chapter IV, V and VI of these checks. VIII. Regular special checks and other regular inspections 14. Maritime safety inspection every 12 months, the following checks shall be carried out: the special examination 14.1. in accordance with the provisions of annex 3;
14.2. check in regular service during these rules 2, 3 and 4 contained in the annex, to ensure that the ship complies with the requirements laid down in these provisions. The original special board test carried out in accordance with the provisions of points 8 and 9 shall be considered as regular special checks. 15. The maritime safety inspectorate carry out regular special inspection in accordance with the provisions of annex 3, if you have performed a ro-ro passenger ship or high speed passenger craft the alteration or changes as well as technical management has changed, or the flag State of the ship class. If you changed the technical leadership, the flag State of a vessel class, evaluate the above checks. If you find that the changes do not affect the safe operation of the vessel, the vessel shall be released from the special examination. 16. If the rules referred to in point 14 inspection reveals non-compliance, which may be based on the prohibition of the operation of the ship, all the test costs shall be borne by the company. IX. Reporting 17. Maritime Safety Inspectorate shall inform the company in writing these rules IV, V, VI and VIII as referred to in chapter results. X. operating ban 18. Maritime safety inspection until it finds that the inconsistencies are eliminated and the requirements of this regulation, shall prohibit a ro-ro passenger ship or high speed passenger craft on regular flights, if:

18.1. non-compliance with this rule referred to in chapters IV and V;
18.2. these provisions in chapters VI and VIII of these checks of non-compliance that poses an immediate danger to the vessel, its crew and passengers;
18.3. of non-compliance with the regulations on the procedure for providing reports on the dangerous and polluting goods, of the laws on the use of the waters and shipping arrangements, regulations on Latvian seafarers certification and Watchkeeping as well as the Council of 8 December 1995 Regulation (EC) No 3051/95 on the roll-on/roll-off passenger ferries (ro-ro ferries) security management, and, where non-compliance poses an immediate danger to the vessel , its crew and passengers;

18.4. the flag State is not held discussions on this provision in paragraph 32 or 35. these issues. 19. the Inspectorate shall inform the company in writing of the decision to prohibit a ro-ro passenger ship or high speed passenger craft activities and shall state the grounds. 20. If the regular service work for ro-ro passenger ship or high speed passenger craft is found not to conform, which poses no immediate danger to the vessel, its crew and passengers, the shipping safety inspection company is asked to take the necessary measures to prevent non-compliance immediately or to a specified reasonable period. If the inspection period of non-compliance not resolved, stop the operation of the inspection. 21. If the provisions of chapter IV, V and VI shall apply prior to the ro-ro passenger ship or high speed passenger craft started regular service, maritime safety inspection decision on the prohibition of the operation of the vessel shall be adopted within one month of the initial specific checks and immediately inform the company. XI. the initial and periodic special inspection procedure 22. Ro-Ro passenger ship or high speed passenger vessels subject to the initial and regular special checks, be exempt from the legislation on port State control requirements extended inspections. 23. If the special examination is involved in other host States, the maritime safety inspectorate cooperates with the authorities and carry out special checks, in cooperation with qualified inspectors. The maritime safety inspectorate concerning found discrepancies reported to the administration of the host State. If Latvia as the host country is not involved in the investigation, which found non-compliance, inspection of relevant information on the Latvian ships require from other host countries. 24. The maritime safety inspectorate may conduct special inspections at the request of another involved host State. 25. If the maritime safety inspectorate has received company submissions, it shall invite the administration of the flag State, which is not to participate in the host State, in accordance with these rules, in particular in the examination to be carried out. 26. The Maritime Safety Inspectorate, inspection planning in accordance with the provisions of chapters VI and VIII, take into account the vessel's operation and maintenance schedule. 27. the specific results of the maritime safety inspectorate summarizes the inspection report in accordance with the provisions of annexes 5 and 6. XI. Marine casualty investigation 28. Maritime Administration of Latvia during the investigation of maritime accidents involving ro-ro passenger ship or high speed passenger craft, to cooperate with the host countries, the flag State and the State where the waters of the sea, under the sea for the investigation of marine casualties. 29. When a ro-ro passenger ship or high-speed passenger craft traffic accidents, maritime safety inspection launched investigations when the accident happened in its territorial waters. In that case the inspection according to marine accident investigation code is responsible for the investigation, as well as coordination with other substantially interested States until such time as is mutually agreed as to which country is the head of the investigation. 30. the maritime administration, investigations or participate in it, taking account of the marine accident investigation to the requirements laid down in the code and act as effectively and as quickly as possible. 31. investigation reports are available to the public in accordance with the marine accident investigation code. XIII. Additional measures 32. Maritime safety inspection, issuing or accepting the exception certificate, cooperate with the host countries concerned, or the administration of the flag State, to agree on the suitability of the exemptions prior to the initial specific checks. 33. The maritime search and rescue coordination centre and the vessel traffic service provides for ro-ro passenger ships and high-speed passenger craft on a regular service or as a part of security through coastal navigation system and other information in their possession the system according to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Assembly of 23 November 1995 resolution a. 795 (19). 34. The Maritime Safety Inspectorate ensures that commercial companies that employ scheduled flights for ro-ro passenger ships and high speed passenger craft, in cooperation with the national administrations to implement and maintain the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Assembly of 27 November 1997 of resolution 852 (20) specific integrated system of contingency planning for shipboard emergencies. 35. before the high-speed passenger craft operating Between the authorization according to the folksy in the high speed craft safety code (included in the International Maritime Organization (IMO) maritime safety Committee on 20 May 1994, in resolution MSC 36 (63)), point 1.9.3. The maritime safety inspectorate shall co-operate with the administration of the flag State, to establish or maintain the operational constraints that, in the light of local conditions, necessary for human life, natural resources and shore protection operations and take measures for the effective application of these restrictions. XIV. cooperation between host countries 36. Maritime safety inspection of the application of the requirements of this regulation, liaise with other regular service host countries involved. XV. Support measures 37. Maritime Safety Inspectorate shall inform the third countries (countries in the exercise of flag State responsibility or liability, comparable to the liability of the host country in respect of ro-ro passenger ships and high speed passenger craft, flying the route between the ports of Latvia and third-country ports) on the requirements of this regulation in relation to commercial companies. XVI. the decision and the appeal of opposition 38. Maritime safety inspection decision on the prohibition of the activities of the company during the month following its adoption may challenge the Latvian maritime administration in administrative procedure law. 39. The Latvian maritime administration decision in one month can appeal to the Court of Justice of the administrative procedure law. Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions deriving from Council of 29 April 1999, Directive 1999/35/EC on a system of mandatory surveys for the ro-ro ferry or high-speed passenger craft on regular traffic safety and of 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. Prime Minister a. Halloween

Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 1: Cabinet of Ministers of 14 February 2006, regulations No 145 maritime safety inspection qualified inspectors for the criteria of qualification and independence 1.8 and 9 of these regulations laid down in the specific paragraph checking out the Maritime Safety Inspectorate (hereinafter Inspectorate) qualified inspector that corresponds to this annex 2 and 3 or 4 of the criteria referred to in paragraph.
2. inspection qualified inspectors shall have at least one year of work experience in the inspection to the flag State of the vessel, the Inspector in carrying out the checks and for issuing certificates in accordance with the 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea (with the protocols and amendments thereto) (SOLAS Convention), and one of this annex 2.1 or 2.2. diplomas referred to, or the Inspector meets the bottom mentioned in paragraph 2.3:2.1. diploma of the master to work on a ship with a gross tonnage of 3000 BTU or more in accordance with the 1978 International Convention on certification and Watchkeeping for seafarers, as well as watchkeeping (modified) (STCW Convention) II/2.;
2.2. graduate engineer working on board with main engine power or greater of 3000kW in accordance with the STCW Convention regulations III/2;
2.3. outstanding exam shipbuilding engineer, mechanical engineer or an engineer of specialty or other subjects in the area of Maritime Affairs and worked in this specialty for at least five years.
3. inspection qualified surveyor that has this annex 2.1. diploma referred to in 2.2, need at least five years of work experience, take the Board or officer of the machinery.
4. inspection qualified surveyor is an appropriate university degree or equivalent document on education, diploma of education in marine safety officer school and at least two years of experience working on flag State control inspectors, inspection and issuing certificates in accordance with the requirements of the SOLAS Convention.
5. inspection qualified ability to communicate orally and in writing with seafarers in English.
6. inspection qualified surveyor has an adequate knowledge of the provisions of the SOLAS Convention and the relevant rules of procedures. Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 2 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 February 2006, regulations No 145 specific requirements of commercial companies company provides to its employees for ro-ro passenger ships and high-speed passenger craft comply with the following conditions: 1. the master prior to departure of the vessel to receive information about coastal navigation system and other information systems availability, ensuring the safety of maritime navigation, and use of the Member States of the European Union, the navigation control and information systems.
2. Is the International Maritime Organization (IMO) maritime safety Committee of 9 December 1994, circulars No. 699 2., 3., 4., 5 and 6 point margin on the amended guidelines for passenger safety instructions.
3. On Board easily accessible location is placed in a list of the work instructions on the Board. In the list, specify: 3.1 the work schedule at sea and in port;
3.2. watchkeeping personnel maximum hours of work or minimum hours of rest.
4. the master, without limitation can take any decision with regard to the safe navigation and operation of the ship.
5. The master shall ensure the security of important navigation navigation operation and accident tracking.
6. the master shall immediately inform inspection and host of all shell doors and shell plating damage and deformity, as well as all the inadequacies of such doors, and ship repair is carried out urgently.
7. prior to the ro-ro passenger ship or high speed passenger ship leaves the berth on any voyage is available to restore flights.
8. Passengers are available at general information about services and assistance to the Board can get older people and people with special needs (persons with vision disabilities are available in the appropriate format). Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers on 14 February 2006, regulations No 145 special test procedures 1. Maritime safety inspection, carried out a special inspection, make sure you are following the international binding law requirements relating to: 1.1. ship's construction;
1.2. the hull compartments and stability;
1.3. mechanisms and electrical equipment;
1.4. the disposition of cargo and fire;
1.5. the maximum number of passengers;
1.6. rescue equipment;
1.7. the transport of dangerous goods;
1.8 radio communications;
1.9 navigation.
2. the special examination includes the following elements: 2.1. emergency starting of the generator;
2.2. testing the emergency lighting;
2.3. the radio equipment for the emergency source of power in check;
2.4. public communication equipment test;
2.5. the fire drill, including the use of fire-fighting equipment can playback;
2.6. emergency fire pump operation if the water fire-fighting system has added two fire hoses;
2.7. test, which checks the distance control to emergency stop fuel supply to boilers, main engines and auxiliary power units, as well as the fans;
2.8. the trial in which checks the remote and local control fire damper closed;
2.9. fire detection and alarm system for trial;
2.10. fire doors closed trials;
2.11. catchment water pump operation;
2.12. watertight bulkhead hermetic closure, using the means of distance control and local control;
2.13. the procedures that demonstrate that responsible members of the crew are familiar with the action plan in the event of an emergency;
2.14. at least one rescue boat and one lifeboat to the water, lowering engine and control systems, testing and starting the boat from the water landing and parking positions on the Board;
2.15. the lifeboat and rescue boat equipment inspection;
2.16. the steering equipment and emergency steering tests.
3. special inspection include planned maintenance system check on the Board.

4. special inspection of maritime safety inspection checks of crew members on safety procedures, emergency procedures, maintenance, working practices, passenger safety, bridge procedures as well as on activities related to the goods and the vehicles being transported. Check the Mariners ' ability to understand orders and instructions and, if necessary, to give, as well as to report to the log specified in the working language of the ship.
5. In the special examination, the maritime safety inspectorate checks the document proving that crew members successfully completed special training in relation to: 5.1 the passenger crowd control;
5.2. the introduction of safety;
5.3. safety-emergency personnel who provide direct assistance to passengers in passenger spaces, especially older people and people with special needs;
5.4. human behavior and crisis control.
6. The Maritime Safety Inspectorate recognizes other countries (Member States of the European Union) issued a certificate of competency of crew members if they meet the requirements of the STCW Convention regulations I/10. Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers on 14 February 2006, regulations no guidance to inspectors on 145 unplanned inspections during the scheduled inspections of maritime safety inspectors who carry out unplanned tests scheduled, check: 1. The information relating to passengers: 1.1., or does not exceed the number of passengers for which the ship is intended;
1.2. passenger registration system complies with the rules and are applied;
1.3. how information on the total number of passengers is passed to the captain. If necessary, the Inspector find out how passengers double flight without getting onshore, includes retroactive flight passengers in total.
2. the position of the load and stability: 2.1. is installed and is used to secure the margin, if necessary;
2.2. have you taken measures to ensure that the ship is not overloaded and the cargo bin sign does not stick in the ground water level;
2.3. load or placed and stability assessed accordingly;
2.4. vehicles carrying goods and other cargo items weigh when it is needed, and the relevant figures puts the ship loading and stability assessment;
2.5. emergency control plans are permanently placed in a visible place and that officers have a booklet with information about the crash.
3. maritime security measures: 3.1. compliance procedure, which makes sure that all the ship's watertight doors are sealed and the ship is ready to sail;
3.2. do all the vehicle deck doors are closed before the ship's departure or not remains open longer than the time required to close the cross hair of the bow, Stern and side doors;
3.3. is it provided light and video surveillance, which specifies the indicator on the navigating bridge;
3.4. do all light disorders, particularly in relation to the switches at the door is cleared and are accordingly reported.
4. safety notices: 4.1 or on board the relevant language or languages can be found in the current security statement forms, instructions and guidance on the poster, emergency procedures;
4.2. at the beginning of the voyage or provide regular security announcements and you can hear it in all places where you can get passengers, including open decks.
5. Log in: 5.1 or take entries on the ship's bow, Stern and other watertight and the sea conditions, the door sealed compartment watertight door drill operation rooms, steering equipment;
5.2. or registered news on draught, height of freeboard and stability.
6. dangerous goods: 6.1., or any dangerous or polluting goods are transported in accordance with the relevant provisions and is submitted to the dangerous and polluting goods declaration and the manifesto or the disposition plan (copy also available), indicating a dangerous or polluting goods on board locations, as well as whether the freight with passenger ships are allowed and the dangerous or polluting goods are properly labelled , labelled, located, secured and separated;
6.2. or vehicles that are dangerous or polluting goods are labelled and secured;
6.3 or Captain familiar with the statutory procedures provided in reports of hazardous and polluting cargoes, and instructions for, emergency procedures, as well as first aid, if it is not the case with dangerous goods or substances and polluted the sea;
6.4. is vehicle deck ventilation system operates without interruption, or ventilation is reinforced when the vehicle engine is running and or on the navigating bridge is a device that indicates that the vehicle deck ventilation works.
7. Securing freight vehicles: 7.1 how vehicles are secured (for example with ropes in groups or individually) and or the securing points is sufficient;
7.2. the strengthening of arrangements for the vehicle under adverse weather conditions, as well as bus and a motorcycle securing method, if any;
7.3. is available for a cargo securing manual.
8. vehicle decks: 8.1 or special category and guesthouses (ro-ro) holds continuously going on patrol or monitor using a CCTV system to any movement of vehicles in all weather conditions and location of the passenger is not allowed in this area would be noticeable;
8.2., or fire doors and entrance doors are sealed and posted notices that passengers be prohibited TRANS portlīdzekļo while the ship is at sea.
9. strengthening the watertight door: 9.1. compliance with service instructions set out measures concerning the watertight compartment doors;
9.2. or the necessary training;
9.3. or watertight door control from the navigating bridge and, if possible, or make local control;
9.4. or restricted visibility conditions and dangerous situations, the door closes;
9.5. or the crew is instructed how to properly dispose of the watertight doors, and aware of the wrong action triggered by danger.

10. monitoring of fire patrols, patrolling takes place as effective--or to all the occurrences of fire origin would be quickly detected. Fire monitoring and patrolling conducted special category areas where not installed fire detection and alarm systems; patrols in these areas can be taken under this subheading in annex 8.1.
11. Notifications in case of emergency: 11.1. or the number of crew members having to go in and help to passengers in the event of an emergency, is sufficient and they are easily recognizable, and or in case of emergency they are able to communicate with the passengers, respectively, taking into account one or more of the following factors: 11.1.1 the language or languages appropriate to the principal of passengers of the languages, specified in the transport route;
11.1.2. or crew members able to provide framework for plain English, which may become a means of communicating with a passenger in need of assistance whether or not the passenger and crew member speaks the same language or different languages;
11.1.3. the possible need to communicate during an emergency by using the demon strēšan, hand signals, or calling attention to the location of instructions, muster stations, life-saving devices or evacuation routes when verbal communication is impractical;
11.1.4. the extent to which complete safety instructions have been provided to passengers in security matters in their native language or languages;
11.1.5. the languages in which emergency announcements may be broadcast during an emergency or drill to convey the necessary guidance to passengers and to facilitate crew members in assisting passengers.
12. the common working language of the crew-is there a working language, in order to ensure effective crew working in the area of security, and whether this work is recorded in the log.
13. Safety equipment: 13.1 or life-saving and fire-fighting equipment, especially fire doors, as well as other elements intended for structural fire protection and can easily check, is in a good state of repair;
13.2. or fire plans are permanently visible and the ship's officers have received leaflets with equivalent information;
13.3. do life jackets are properly spaced and life jackets for children located in an easily identifiable locations;
13.4. the positioning of the ship or vehicle shall not prevent the fire, emergency and other anti-crash performance of equipment.
14. the navigation and radio communication equipment-or operating the navigation and radio communication equipment, including emergency location beacons.
15. Supplementary emergency lighting-or, in cases there is additional emergency lighting and whether non-conformity is sorted.
16. Means of escape: 16.1 or means of escape are marked accordingly and illuminated through the main and emergency power sources;
16.2. or are taken to block the trans portlīdzekļ not escape routes if evacuation roads lead to the vehicle deck;
16.3. or are not obstructed, especially duty-free shops where they have been obstructed due to excessive quantities of goods.
17. the operations manual: 17.1. or the master and each senior officer has received a copy of the manual operation, and other copies are available to all crew members;
17.2. is there a checklist for the preparation for the exit to the sea and other activities.
18. Engine room cleanliness-or engine room kept clean under the maintenance order.
19. Garbage disposal-or waste treatment and disposal arrangements are satisfactory.
20. Planned maintenance: 20.1. all companies or have special provisions for all security-related elements of the planned maintenance, including bow and stern doors, side openings with their conclusion as well as engine maintenance and safety equipment;
20.2. or on Board plans for regular inspection of all units to maintain security requirements at the highest level;
20.3. is non-compliance with registration and approval procedures by which carried out the repairs and the master and the company's management representative familiar with the coast of the discrepancy and specific time receives notice of it;
20.4. periodic checks or verify the operation of the ship's internal and external door closing devices, indicators, monitoring equipment, and also check the drain pipes located in the space between the bow visors and inner doors, especially the sealing mechanism and associated hydraulic system.
21. Trip: 21.1. during the journey or scramble, especially if there is enough seating and luggage and passengers do not obstruct the corridors, stairways and emergency exits;
21.2. the ship before sailing, passengers are not on board the vehicle and or they are not able to get in before the ship's arrival at the wharf. Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 5 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 February 2006, regulations No 145 check ziņojums1 for regular ro-ro passenger ships and high speed passenger traffic safe operating system of compulsory checks form A traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 6 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 February 2006, regulations No 145 inspection report for regular ro-ro passenger ships and high speed passenger traffic safe operating system of compulsory checks form B explanation. The potential of the proposed activities, the list of proposed activity code Code key code use cases remarks 10 lack of resolve to prevent the deficiency (1) never use the detention reasons (2) the Only international safe management code (ISM) these deficiencies and never use with the reasons of detention (3) only the international safe management code (ISM) these deficiencies and always use the detention reasons (4) only the international ship and port facility security code (ISPs) that deficiencies 15 next port to prevent shortages in the next port (1) 16 14 days to fix the lack of 14 days (1) 17 before leaving to prevent shortages before exiting the port 18 three months to prevent non-compliance within three months (2) 19 major non-conformity to prevent major non-conformity with before leaving port (3) 26 competent protection organisation inform competent protection organisation informed (4) 30 on hold hold reason 47 harmonised conditions for recognised organisations

Recognized organizations the conditions agreed with the flag of 55 consultation consultation with flag State 65 operations terminated operation is prohibited to continue the temporary replacement equipment 80 temporary replacement 81 temporary repairs to make temporary repairs 95 warning letter issued a warning letter Issued 96 warning letter reversed a warning letter reversed 99 captain instructed the captain instructed traffic Minister a. shlesers