Provisions On Ship Radio And Navigation Equipment, Safety Requirements

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par Latvijas kuģu radio un navigācijas aprīkojuma drošības prasībām

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 144 in Riga in 2006 (February 14. No. 9 56. §) rules on ship radio and navigation equipment safety requirements Issued pursuant to the maritime administration and the Maritime Security Act, article 11 of the fourth part i. General questions 1. determines the ship's radio equipment safety requirements and apply to the register of Latvia registered: 1.1. vessels intended for commercial activity;
1.2. vessels intended for the carriage of passengers, as well as training and research;
1.3. the fishing vessels of more than 12 m in length and constructed before 1 July 2004;
1.4 public service vessels (for example, border guarding, protection of the environment, the prevention of accidents). 2. the rules do not apply to vessels subject to the 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea, and its Protocol of 1988 (as amended) provisions of chapter IV and V, the national armed forces vessels, fishing boats, recreational boats and yachts, as well as at 1 July 2004 built fishing vessels. II. the radio equipment requirements 3. This chapter shall apply to: 3.1 cargo ships with gross tonnage (-BT), less than 300;
3.2. passenger ships that do not carry out between folksy service;
3.3. the cargo ships with a larger, 300B, and not engaged in international voyages;
3.4. the fishing vessels constructed before July 1, 2004. 4. the requirements of this chapter do not limit the ship, rescue or personal rights in cases of danger, use any means available to get attention, communicate your location and get help. 5. Every ship that is in the sea, is the radio equipment with which you can: 5.1. transmit an emergency message to shore using two different independent means, which uses a different radio type;
5.2. receive emergency messages transmitted the shore;
5.3. transmit and receive emergency messages from ships;
5.4. transmit and receive search and rescue coordination information;
5.5. transmit and receive information on site;
5.6. transmit and receive security information;
5.7. to receive radio communications of general interest from the shore radio system or network and transmit to them, taking into account the provisions of paragraph 34;
5.8. to ensure bilateral communication from the wheelhouse to the pilothouse. 6. in the light of paragraph 5 of this rule, each vessel shall be equipped with radio equipment, suitable for sea area or areas where the vessel will be provided during the journey, according to these rules 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15. 7. each radio is: 7.1 to located the mechanical, electrical or other harmful effects do not affect its proper use, ensure electromagnetic compatibility and avoidance of harmful interaction with other equipment and systems;
7.2. place so as to ensure the highest degree of safety and operational availability.
7.3. protected against water, temperature and other adverse environmental effects;
7.4. supplied with safe, constantly strengthen the electric light, which is independent from the main and emergency electrical power source and provide suitable lighting device radiovadīb;
7.5. clearly marked with the call sign, ship station identifier and other codes that are required for using radio equipment. 8. For a passenger ship communications equipment provided with automatic continuous information about the ship. Activating the emergency button, this information is included in the signal of distress message. 9. Passenger Ship lifeboat and rescue plostiņ are equipped with portable ultraīsviļņ stations. 10. each of these provisions referred to in paragraph 3, a ship equipped with: 10.1. ultraīsviļņ radio equipment that provides: 10.1.1. Class D digital selective izsa Kuma (DSC) system (due to the way that call uses the code package that allows you to establish a communications station and reject information to another station or group of stations) message rejection 156.525 MHz frequency (channel 70) with the ability to send the crash report 70. channel management of the ship;
10.1.2. bilateral radiotelephony communications 156.300 MHz (Channel 6), 156.650 MHz (Channel 13) and 156.800 MHz (channel 16) frequency;
10.2. certain radio equipment (or combined with this provision the equipment referred to in point 10.1.1) that provides continuous DSC channel 70 of the ultraīsviļņ dežūruztveršan;
10.3. radar (SAR), the defendant in the works 9GHz band and is positioned so that it is easy to use;
10.4. separate ultraīsviļņ radio station (or combined with this rule 10.1. and 10.2. equipment referred to in point) that provide general interest radio using radiotelephony;
10.5. ultraīsviļņ portable radio station;
10.6. satellite EPIRB (further-EPIRB): rejects crash report 10.6.1. using the satellite system operating in the frequency band 406MHz;
10.6.2. secure easy accessible place;
10.6.3. activate and move by hand to one person it can bring to the rescue feature;
10.6.4. the free float and activates automatically if the vessel sinks. 11. the ship, working in the sea area A1 (sea area that provides for radiotelephony communication ultraīsviļņ with at least one coastal radio station that provides a constant opportunity to transmit emergency information using DSC) equipped as follows: 11.1. passenger ships shall be provided in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 9 and 10;
11.2. cargo and fishing vessels be equipped in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 10, except the requirements of 10.3. radar referred to defendant (SAR);
11.3. the cargo ships that do not go beyond the proper port (port palīgflot), equipped with fixed to the ultraīsviļņ station, which provides emergency and General radio. 12. Passenger ships working in the sea area A1 and A2 (sea area, excluding sea area A1, which has provided a medium wave radio telephone communication with at least one coastal radio station that provides a constant opportunity to transmit emergency information using DSC), provided the following: 12.1. in addition to these provisions, the requirements of paragraph 10 every passenger ship, working outside sea area A1, sea area A2, but remains within the shall be equipped with: 12.1.1. medium wave radio equipment, which rejected and receive emergency and safety signals: 12.1.1.1.2187.5 kHz using DSC;
12.1.1.2.2182 kHz using radiotelephony;
12.1.2. a separate radio equipment (or combined with this provision the equipment referred to in paragraph 12.1.1.1.), providing a continuous DSC dežūruztveršan the 2187.5 kHz;
12.1.3. some of the equipment the emergency message from ship to shore for the rejection of the use of distinct from the medium radio waves. For this purpose typically use this rule 10.6. referred to satellite EPIRB (EPIRB). This radioboj or its distance activation device mounted to the point where the wire usually ships;
12.2. passenger vessels shall be equipped with a receiver that automatically receive maritime safety information 518kHz frequency using narrowband direct-printing telegraphy (hereinafter NAVTEX receiver);
12.3. in addition to the passenger ship provides the ability to transmit and receive radio communications of general interest via radiotelephone with radio equipment operating in the frequency band from 1604 to 4000kHz. For this purpose, the complement of equipment referred to in paragraph 12.1.1.2. these provisions. 13. cargo and fishing vessels working in sea area A1 and A2 shall be provided as follows: 13.1. in addition to the provisions of paragraph 10, the requirements of every cargo and fishing vessels, working outside sea area A1, sea area A2, but remains within limits, shall be equipped with: 13.1.1. medium wave radio equipment, which rejected and receive emergency and safety signals: 13.1.1.1.2187.5 kHz using DSC;
13.1.1.2.2182 kHz using radiotelephony;
13.1.2. some radio equipment (or combined with 13.1.1.1. these provisions of equipment referred to in point), providing a continuous DSC dežūruztveršan the 2187.5 kHz;
13.1.3. any of the facilities that the emergency message from ship to shore for the rejection of the use of distinct from the medium radio waves. For this purpose typically use this rule 10.6. referred to satellite EPIRB (EPIRB). This radioboj or its distance activation device mounted to the point where the wire usually ships;
13.1.4. NAVTEX receiver;
13.2. cargo and fishing vessel in addition to provide the ability to transmit and receive radio communications of general interest via radiotelephone with radio equipment operating in the frequency band from 1604līdz 4000kHz. For this purpose, the complement of equipment referred to in this provision 13.1.1.2. above. 14. the ship, working in the sea area A1, A2 and A3 (sea area, excluding sea areas A1 and A2, in which the Permanent emergency information transfer via geostationary Inmarsat satellite system), provided as follows: 14.1 in addition to the provisions of paragraph 10, each vessel working outside sea area A1 and A2, but remains in the sea area A3, shall be equipped with: 14.1.1.1976 September 3 founded the International Maritime Satellite Organization (hereinafter-Inmarsat) the ship earth station 14.1.1.1.: to transmit and receive emergency and safety messages with direct-printing telegraphy (TD) (due to the way that uses automatic Telegraph apparatus);

14.1.1.2. send and receive emergency calls;
14.1.1.3. to provide on-call emergency alert messages that are transmitted from the shore to vessels, including those that are addressed to specific geographic areas;
14.1.1.4. to transmit and receive radio communications of general interest via radiotelephone or direct-printing telegraphy (TD);
14.1.2. the average wavelength of the radio equipment, which rejected and receive emergency and safety messages: 14.1.2.1.2187.5 kHz using DSC;
14.1.2.2.2182 kHz using radiotelephony;
14.1.3. some radio equipment (or combined with this provision 14.1.2.1. equipment referred to in point), providing a continuous DSC dežūruztveršan the 2187.5 kHz;
14.1.4. any of the facilities that the emergency message from ship to shore for the rejection of the use of distinct from the medium radio waves. For this purpose typically use this rule 10.6. referred to satellite EPIRB (EPIRB). This radioboj or its distance activation device mounted to the point where the wire usually ships;
14.2. the ship shall be equipped with radio equipment that shortwave is rejected and receive emergency and safety messages in all emergency and safety frequencies from 4000kHz and from 1605kHz up to 4000 kHz and 27500 kHz using: 14.2.1 DSC;
14.2.2. radiotelephone;
14.2.3. direct-printing telegraphy (TD);
14.3. the ship shall be equipped with separate equipment (or combined with this rule 14.1.2. referred to), which provide a 2187.5 DSC dežūruztveršan kHz, 8414, 5kHz frequency and one of 5kHz, 6312kHz, 12577kHz, 4188 or 16804.5 kHz emergency and safety DSC frequencies;
14.4. in addition to the ship provides the ability to transmit and receive radio communications of general interest via radiotelephone or direct-printing telegraphy (TD), with the average individual wave or shortwave radio equipment (or combined with this rule 14.2. equipment referred to in paragraph 1 below) from 1605kHz to 4000kHz and from 4000kHz bands to 27500 kHz band. 15. This rule 14.1.1 14.1.2.,.,., and 14.2.14.1.4 referred to radio equipment installed in a location where normally runs the ship. 16. If the vessel sea area A1, A2 or A3 crosses once, but it is not adequately equipped for crossing these areas, these rules 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 of the requirements do not apply if the ship complies with at least 5.2, 5.3 and 5.4 of these requirements. III. the radio equipment servicing 17. each vessel is at sea, maintain continuous on-call: ultraīsviļņ DSC 70.17.1 of the channel, where the vessel in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 10.2 below requirements equipped with ultraīsviļņ of the radio equipment;
17.2. emergency and safety DSC frequency 2187.5 kHz, if the ship in accordance with this provision, 13.1.2 and 12.1.2 14.1.2. the requirements of point equipped with medium wave radio equipment;
17.3. emergency and safety DSC frequency 2187.5 kHz and 8414.5 kHz, and according to the time of day and geographic location in one of the emergency and security 4207.5 kHz 6312 kHz, 12577 kHz or, 16804.5 kHz DSC frequencies if the vessel in accordance with these regulations, the requirements of paragraph 14.3. equipped with medium wave or shortwave radio equipment, maintenance of the guard using the scanning receiver;
17.4. the satellite emergency message from shore to ship, if the ship in accordance with this regulation, the requirements of paragraph 14.1.1. equipped with Inmarsat ship earth station. 18. each vessel is at sea, the security of information maintained on the radio at sea according to the frequency or frequencies where this information is transmitted to the working area. 19. each vessel is at sea, maintain continuous duty ultraīsviļņ 16 channel. This on-call diet where you normally run the ship. 20. At a time when the ship is at sea, it is equipped with electrical power for the operation of the radio equipment as well as equipment spare electrical power source for charging. 21. Every ship is designed for radio equipment for emergency electrical power source (s), which provides emergency and safety radio communications, if the main and emergency electrical power source does not work. Backup electrical power source (s) provides the relevant sea areas, or areas where the vessel is equipped, suitable for the operation of the radio equipment ultraīsviļņ according to this provision the requirements of point 10.1 below, medium wave radio equipment in accordance with the provisions of subparagraph 12.1.1 and 13.1.1. requirements, average wave or shortwave radio equipment in accordance with these rules or requirements of paragraph 14.2. Inmarsat ship earth stations in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 14.1.1. claims and additional loads in accordance with this provision, paragraph 24 and 25 claims during the period which shall not be less than: 21.1. one hour, if the emergency source of power to fully ensure that radio equipment supply;
21.2. six hours if the emergency source of power is not provided for or does not fully ensure that radio equipment supply. 22. Spare electric power source (source) is independent of the ship's energy equipment and electric network. 23. Where a vessel equipped with radio equipment, ultraīsviļņ in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 21 is in addition to two or more installed radio equipment, spare electrical energy source (s) is of sufficient capacity to this rule 21.1 21.2. in point., or period of time provide: all radio equipment at 23.1. action that connected to the reserve source of electrical energy (sources);
23.2. the operation of the radio equipment, which consumes the most energy when one additional radio equipment added to the backup electrical power source (sources) with the ultraīsviļņ of the radio equipment. 24. Spare electric energy sources (sources) are used to connect the electric lighting according to this rule 7.4. 25. If the battery is used as a reserve source of electrical energy, then: 25.1. these batteries provided with automatic charging equipment to nominal capacity charging them 10 hours;
25.2. battery capacity using the appropriate method, tested at intervals not exceeding 12 months, as well as the time when the ship is at sea. 26. battery batteries which have a reserve source of energy, placed as close as possible to the radio equipment in a separate room, ventilation and temperature of batteries matches the manufacturer's requirements. Fully charged batteries ensure supply of radio equipment that rule 21.1 or 21.2. for the period prescribed in paragraph. 27. the main or emergency source of electrical power in the event of damage necessary to reserve power that provides continuous, automatic navigation information into the ship's radio equipment. 28. The equipment referred to in chapter II of these regulations and manufactured in the Member States of the European Union or any other country, and intended for distribution in the Member States of the European Union, a certificate of conformity in accordance with the laws and regulations on conformity assessment of radio equipment. 29. Equipment designed and installed so that the main sections can easily be replaced without complex and to be available for inspection and service on the Board. 30. To ensure that the equipment referred to in point 14 of the activities on board ships: 30.1. backs up the ship equipment;
30.2. perform hardware maintenance service the shore points;
30.3. the team shall include the radio electronics technician who operates equipment at sea. 31. If the ship working in the sea area A1, A2 and A3, the operation of the equipment provides one of the rules laid down in paragraph 30. 32. For this rule 30, paragraph requirements shall inform the owner of the Latvian maritime administration maritime safety inspection or recognised classification societies of vessels, with which the Latvian maritime administration has concluded a contract for the authorization of ship technical supervision (hereinafter referred to as a recognized organization), and makes the appropriate entry in the ship's safety certificates. 33. Radio equipment specified in chapter II, these rules are mandatory annual inspections, carried out by the Latvian maritime administration or by a recognised organisation. 34. If the rules referred to in paragraph 5 equipment on board is maintained in working order, and the ship is capable of providing emergency and safety communications, the inability to provide radio communications of general interest under these terms is not a reason to point 5.7 the Board for recognition as a marine or unable to prevent port where it is not possible to make the repair. 35. This rule 3.1 and 3.3 referred to the cargo ship captain or a steersman, and guard this provision 3.2 below passenger referred to the master of the ship or a steersman: 21.8. global maritime accident and safety systems (GMDSS-) Universal operator (GOCE) diploma and one steersman-guard GMDSS restricted operator's certificate (ROC), if the outside sea area A1;
35.2. Gmdss restricted operator's certificate (ROC), the only ship in the sea area A1. 36. This provision 3.4. fishing vessels referred to in point: 36.1. captain or officers need a coastal radio operator certificate if the ship Sea area A1;
36.2. the captain and one steersman of the guard requires high seas radio operator's licence, or GMDSS universal operator (GOCE), if the ship Sea area A2;

36.3. the captain, chief mate and watchkeeping officers necessary GMDSS universal operator (GOCE), if the ship Sea area A3. 37. staff qualifications certify in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 22 November 2005, regulations no 895 "certification of seafarers regulations" issued in the Latvian marine administration, seafarers ' register card. 38. one of the ship's captain of the Guard officers designated as responsible for radio communications in the event of danger. 39. The ship's radio magazine, which made the records of all radio communications, which is important to the safety of human life at sea in accordance with the Latvian maritime administration requirements. This provision ships referred to in paragraph 3, working in the sea areas A1 and A2, in the records of the radio regulations shall be made in the log. IV. Satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) coding, registration and servicing 40. The provisions of this chapter apply to all Latvian vessels, equipped with international satellite system satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) distress signals and emergency location determination of radioboj, working 406MHz frequency band (below-the-SARSAT COSP). 41. the Latvian ships installed a satellite EPIRB (EPIRB), which is a type of SARS COSP-certificate of recognition. Certificate number radioboj to be indicated by the manufacturer in the technical documentation. 42. the Latvian ships to mount or existing satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) code or transcode in Latvia or abroad recognised test equipment company, encoding using the user's Protocol with nine-digit ship shore radio stations or ships of group identification code (hereinafter-HM number) assigned by the State joint stock company "electronic communications Directorate". 43. Satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) transcode if: 43.1. the ship on which it is located off of Latvian shipping register;
43.2. the ship on which it is located, change numbers; HM
43.3. the set to another. 44. the Latvian ships installed satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) registers the Latvian maritime administration maritime safety inspections. 45. Satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) registration required: 45.1. for the purpose of registration;
45.2. the information on the manufacturer;
45.3. user information;
28.2. information on vessels;
28.3. coding the Protocol copy. 46. Satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) recorded by encoding, encode, and if the horse has changed: 46.1. user information: 46.1.1. owner;
46.1.2. address;
46.1.3. emergency contact phone number;
46.2. information on the vessel: 46.2.1. name, call sign;
46.2.2. size, colour of the hull;
46.2.3. maximum number of people;
46.2.4. radio equipment. 47. The Latvian maritime administration maritime safety inspection by the satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) registration shall be issued to the user registration card (annex) and send a copy thereof to the national armed forces naval coast guard service in marine search and Rescue Coordination Center (MRCC). 48. The maritime search and Rescue Coordination Center (MRCC) once a year in conjunction with the maritime administration maritime safety department compares satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) database the information registered. 49. each satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) installed on Board of Latvia, is equipped with the technical documentation. 50. Satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) set up where: 50.1. access it and place it in the can rescue one person;
50.2. access is not used vertical ladder;
50.3. floating lanyard uzpeldēšan snagging during ship konstrukc for interviews. 51. the satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) is a sticker with the following information: 51.1. brief instructions;
51.2. the 15zīmj of programmed into hexadecimal identification code (numbers and HM technical information about satellite EPIRB (EPIRB), programmed by the recognized service station);
51.3. the battery expiration date;
51.4. hidrostat test date;
51.5. equipment checks and station name checks. 52. Ship is at sea, once a month, check the satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) under this provision, 55.2 and 55.3 55.1..., the requirements of paragraph and amend the entry in the journal. 53. the satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) for the loss of the vessel shall immediately inform the nearest maritime search and rescue coordination centre (MRCC). 54. Radioboj activated an emergency. If activation was flawed, do the following: 54.1. the emergency stop signal transmission;
54.2. notify the nearest maritime search and Rescue Coordination Center (MRCC) ship's name, call sign and HM in number. 55. Once a year the satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) recognised by the Ministry of transport equipment inspection station. The maximum time interval between checks is 17mēneš. The tests use a calibrated measuring equipment. Calibration frequency is determined by the manufacturer of the measuring equipment. All electrical parameter checking out with self test method. Satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) in verification include: 55.1. the installation site and the mounting check;
55.2. of being slung, its attachment and health check (lanyard is coiled and is not related to the vessel or the mounting bracket);
55.3. Visual inspection of the defect to be discovered;
55.4. self tests;
55.5. ID label with a 15-character hexadecimal identification code (and the rules set out in paragraph 53 the existence of information);
57.5. decode, 15-character hexadecimal identification code and other broadcast signal information, 15 digit hex decimal ID code sa and HM compatibility of label numbers specified;
55.7. registration documents;
55.8. expiry date of the batteries;
34.7. hidrostat and validity check;
55.10. check the 406 MHz frequency band using the self test method or device, in order to avoid danger signal rejection satellite system;
check the 55.11.121.5 MHz frequency band using the self test method or device to avoid activating the satellite system;
55.12. satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) placing back mounting bracket, making sure that the transmission is not occurring;
55.13. checking the validity of the instruction. 56. Every five years the satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) check at the manufacturer-approved programs at the same time with the battery change out of equipment approved by the Ministry of transport test station. 57. A copy of the inspection report (with results) kept on board. 58. the inspection of the equipment before the check-in station or change the satellite EPIRB (EPIRB) check-check the registration of the holder of the maritime search and Rescue Coordination Center (MRCC). V. navigation equipment requirements 59. This chapter shall apply to cargo and passenger vessels: 59.1. less than 150 BT;
59.2. less than 500 BT not engaged on international voyages. 60. The Latvian maritime administration granted exceptions: 60.1. vessels without motor engine to this rule 66, 67 and 68;
60.2. ships less than 500 BT not engaged on international voyages, to this rule 67 and 68 points. 61. the navigation equipment malfunction is not the reason for the recognition of the ship on the sea or unable to prevent the port in which it is not possible to repair, if the master of the ship, planning a trip to port with repair options, take account of the equipment malfunction and the lack of the necessary information. 62. For vessels built after 1 July 2002, on the bridge or near the installed electrical and electronic equipment is tested for electromagnetic compatibility. 63. Electrical and electronic equipment is installed so that electromagnetic radiation does not interfere with the navigation system and the operation of the equipment. 64. Portable electric and electronic equipment not used on the bridge, if it interferes with the navigation system and the operation of the equipment. 65. The equipment referred to in this provision in chapter V and produced in the Member States of the European Union or any other country, and intended for distribution in the Member States of the European Union, a certificate of conformity in accordance with the legislation on marine equipment. 66. In all ships, regardless of their size: 66.1. main magnetic compass to eliminate deviations and accordingly determine the remaining value, or other means, independent from the mains, with the ability to determine and display the compass course from the main steering position;
66.2. the pelorus or bearing device, or means, independent from the mains, with the possibility of 360 ° to fathom horizon circle;
66.3. the correction options to convert the magnetic course and bearing right;
66.4. navigation maps and publications for route planning and course exams for flight and the location for marking and control during the flight. Electronic map display and information system (ECDIS) meets this rule 41.3. the point requirements for navigational charts;
41.3. repeating features according to this provision the requirements of subparagraph 66.4. If this function partly or wholly executed by electronic means;

66.6. global navigation satellite system or terrestrial radionavigation system tray, or other means which are suitable for continuous use for the intended voyage of the ship with automatic location detection and restoration;
66.7. the sound detection system, which enables the steersman of the guard to hear sound signals and determine its direction, if the bridge is fully isolated;
41.5. communication means to pass on information about the ship's course to the emergency steering position. 67. Ships with 150 BT and larger, as well as passenger ships, irrespective of their size in addition to the provisions of paragraph 66 requirements equipped with: 67.1. a spare magnetic compass that rule 66.1. main referred to magnetic compass, or facilities that carry out this rule 66.1. referred to below;
67.2. daylight signalling lamp that provides the ability to reject light day and night, with the electrical connection from the ship's power supply sources;
67.3. depth measuring device for measuring water depth and display the resulting data. 68. The vessel from 300 to 500 GT and GT passenger ships, irrespective of their size in addition to the provisions of paragraph 67 of these requirements is equipped with: 68.1.9GHz radar to detect and display the distance, bearing radar defendants above water objects, obstacles, buoys, shore lines and navigation marks, providing assistance in navigation and allows you to avoid collisions;
68.2. electronic distance and bearing of the target detection device 10mērķ (EPA) collision detection;
68.3. speed and distance measuring device that indicates the ship's speed and the distance travelled in relation to the water;
68.4. transfer courses tuned device that provides information about the ship's course this rule 68.1 and 68.2.. the equipment referred to in point. Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister a. Shlesers attachment Cabinet 14 February 2006 of Regulation No 144-SARSAT 406 MHz COSP marine EPIRB (EPIRB) registration card a sample of the Latvian maritime administration emblem-SARSAT 406 MHz COSP marine EPIRB (EPIRB) registration card traffic Minister a. shlesers