Rules On Minimum Crew Composition

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par kuģu apkalpes minimālo sastāvu

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 80 in Riga in 2006 (January 24. 5. § 65) the rules on the composition of the minimum crew of vessels issued in accordance with the maritime administration and the Maritime Safety Act, article 11 of the fourth part i. General questions 1. determines the minimum crew of vessels the procedure for determining the composition of the Latvian ships. 2. the manning of vessels take place in accordance with the 1974 Between folksy Convention on safety of life at sea (SOLAS Convention 74) V-14.1 and 14.2 of the rules, the V-the 1978 International Convention on standards of training, certification and Watchkeeping for seafarers and Watchkeeping (modified) (STCW Convention) and the 1996 International Labour Organization Convention concerning seafarers ' hours of work and the manning of ships. II. the minimum crew composition 3. vessels engaged on international voyages, the ship's crew, the minimum balance in the vu is determined according these rules laid down in annex 1 international fares for the vessels involved the minimum crew composition. 4. Fishing vessels and ships not engaged on international voyages, the composition of the minimum crew shall be determined according to the rules set out in annex 2 of the fishing vessels, coasters and inland waters ship crew minimum composition requirements. 5. Passenger vessel crew consists of minimum rules, in addition to the 3 or 4 specified in paragraph include: 5.1 certified passenger service manager, if the number of passengers is greater than 50;
5.2. one steward to 50pasažier. 6. If the crew is composed of 100 or more crew members and the ship made voyages between folksy longer than 72 hours, minimum crew composition, in addition to the provisions laid down in paragraph 3 shall include a certified doctor. 7. If the crew is composed of the members of 10apkalp or more, the minimum crew composition, in addition to the provisions of paragraph 3 or 4 shall be included in a certified chef. 8. If the ship's voyage to a port for the next 24hours, this voyage on the ship can be less than the number of crew members than required by this provision in annex 1 and 2, if the number of crew members is in accordance with the national joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" (hereinafter referred to as the Latvian maritime administration). III. Certificate of the ship's crew consists of minimum 9. Latvian maritime administration shall issue a certificate concerning the composition of the minimum crew (hereinafter certificate) (annex 3) according to the capacity, the capacity of the main engine, the shipping area and operating mode. 10. in order to receive the certificate, the owner of the vessel shall submit to the Parliament of the Latvian maritime administration information fill in the specific application of the sample (annex 4). 11. If the owner of the ship, in assessing this rule 1 or 2 set out in the annex, the minimum crew composition rules, deem unsuitable for a particular ship, shipping areas or other circumstances and want to set a different minimum crew composition, he indicates in the application (with a justification in the line "Special notes") and the maritime administration of Latvia submitted documents proving the crew's ability to ensure the safety of navigation and protection of the environment , the operation and action in emergency situations, as well as the requirements of the STCW Convention set out in the working and rest time rules. 12. the Latvian maritime administration 10darbdien the appearance of the ship during a special little application, assess the Organization of the service of the vessel, equipment and operating conditions as well as crew qualifications and shall take a decision on the issue of the licence. 13. the period of validity of the certificate is five years. 14. a decision on the composition of the minimum crew of a vessel owner can challenge the administrative procedure law, submitting the application the Latvian maritime administration Director within one month of the decision. 15. If you changed the design of the ship, the ship's equipment or operating rules, a certificate shall cease to be valid. In this case, the owner shall submit a new application and receive a new certificate. IV. The shipowner and master liability 16. The owner is obliged to provide the crew the complex tēšan, according the ship crew laid down minimum rules of composition. 17. The vessel crew laid down minimum compositional rules does not exempt the owner of the ship and the ship's captain from responsibility for the ship, human and environmental safety, as well as manning under actual conditions and conditions of shipping. Prime Minister, Health Minister G. Buchanan, traffic Minister, the Minister of Interior Or Jaundžeikar annex 1. The Cabinet of Ministers on 24 January 2006, regulations No 80 international shipping services for the vessels involved the minimum crew composition rules (I). The captain and crew aboard passenger ships no PO box position qualification document provisions of the STCW Convention number 3000 GT 500 GT and above-3000 BT BT BT-500 200 200 to BT Master II/2 1/2 1 1 1 IV (II/3) 1 (II/3) 2. Senior mate II/2/IV -2 1 1-3. Watchkeeping Mate II/IV/1 2 3 2 1 (II/3) 1 (II/3) 4 qualified watch sailor II/4 3 3 2 2 5. sailor of the guard II/4-3 1-master and the deck II. the crew of the cargo ship no PO box position qualification document provisions of the STCW Convention number 3000 BT and larger 3000 GT 500-1500B BT-1500 BT up to 500B 1. Master II/IV/2 2 2 1 1 1 1 (II/3). Senior mate II/2/IV 2 1 1 1-3. Watchkeeping Mate II/IV/2 2 1 1 1 1 *** (II/3) 4 qualified sailor of the Guard (II)/3 2 2 1 5 4. sailor of the guard II 2 1-1/4 notes. 1. Cargo ship includes sea tugs. 2. This position can be ignored if the owner provides enough justification. III. The ships engine room crew no PO box's post qualification rules dokumencij number of main engine power greater than the power of the main engine 3000kW 750kW? 3000kW main engine power less than 750 kW with a permanent guard standing watch in the engine room without the engine room with a permanent guard standing watch in the engine room without the engine room with a permanent guard standing watch in the engine room without the engine room 1. Senior Engineer III/2-1 1 1 1-2. The second engineer III/2-1 1-3. Watchkeeping engineer III/1 2 1 2 1 2 2

4. Watch motorists III/4 3 2 1---note. Engine room service without a permanent guard allowed, where automation meets SOLAS 74 Convention-part 2 of section E.
Traffic Minister, the Minister of Interior Or Jaundžeikar annex 2. Cabinet of Ministers of 24 January 2006, regulations No 80 vessels, coasters and inland waters ship crew minimum composition requirements i. fishing vessels 1. Captain and crew aboard fishing vessels fishing in the unlimited Division outside the Baltic Sea no minimum qualification position, PO box under the Cabinet of Ministers of 22 November 2005, regulations no 895 "seafarers ' certification ' number 1.1. Captain 126.1. According to paragraph or 126.2. the length of the vessel in a specific qualification or qualification prescribed in paragraph 25.6.1 1.2.
Senior Lieutenant 126.4. or 25.8. qualifications 1 in point 1.3. of the guard mate 126.5. According to paragraph or 126.6. the length of the vessel in a specific qualification or qualification prescribed in paragraph 25.9.1 (2 If capacity > 3000B) 1.4 watch sailor 143.2. or 41.9. in point qualification 1 note. The master and at least one mate need global marine accidents and safety systems (GMDSS-) Universal operator certificate or a certificate of the high seas radiooperator. 2. The engine room crew fishing vessels with main engine power exceeding 3000 kW, unrestricted fishing in the area outside the Baltic Sea no minimum qualification position, PO box under the Cabinet of Ministers of 22 November 2005, regulations no 895 "certification of seafarers regulations" with the guard over the St. vīg area without the machine on st vīg's watch in the engine room 2.1. senior engineer 135.1. or 55.1. the qualifications prescribed in paragraph 1 1 2.2. second engineer 135.3. or 55.3. the qualifications prescribed in paragraph 2.3 of the guard mechanic 1 1 135.5. or 55.5. the qualifications prescribed in paragraph 2.4 of the guard 2 1. Motorists 143.3. or 34.7. the qualifications prescribed in paragraph 3 3 2 engine room crew fishing vessels with main engine power up to 3000kW unrestricted fishing in the area outside the Baltic Sea no minimum qualification position, PO box under the Cabinet of Ministers of 22 November 2005, regulations no 895 "seafarers ' certification rules" with a permanent guard post in the vīg area without the machine's watch in the engine room 3.1. senior engineer 135.2. or 55.2. qualifications 1 1 in point 3.2 guard mechanic or 55.5.135.5. qualification prescribed in paragraph 3.3 of the guard 2 1 motorists 143.3. or 34.7. the qualifications prescribed in paragraph 1 1 4 crew of fishing vessels with a length of up to 45 metres and with unlimited duration of the voyage in the Baltic Sea no minimum qualification position, PO box under the Cabinet of Ministers of 22 November 2005, regulations no 895 "seafarers ' certification ' number 4.1. Captain 126.2. or 41.2. the qualifications prescribed in paragraph 1 4.2 Guard lieutenant 126.6. or qualification prescribed in paragraph 41.8.1 4.3 mechanic 135.6. is 135.7. According to point the main engine power specific qualifications or 57.5. qualification prescribed in paragraph 1 4.4. sailor of the guard or Fisherman

143.2. or qualification prescribed in paragraph 143.1. or 41.9. in point qualification 1 note. The captain of the guard or the steersman necessary GMDSS operator certificate or a universal ocean radiooperator certificate. 5. the crew of fishing vessels with a length of up to 45 metres and with the duration of the voyage for up to 16 hours in the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Riga no minimum qualification position, PO box under the Cabinet of Ministers of 22 November 2005, regulations no 895 "seafarers ' certification rules" the number 5.1. Captain 126.3. or 25.7. the qualifications prescribed in paragraph 1 5.2. mechanic in 135.6. is 135.7 according to main engine power specific qualifications or 57.5. qualification prescribed in paragraph 5.3 1 watch sailor or fisherman 143.2. or qualification prescribed in paragraph 143.1. or 26.0. the qualifications prescribed in paragraph 1 of the notes. 1. Captain required GMDSS restricted operator's certificate or coastal radio operator's certificate. 2. after the owner's application and justification. II. the cabotage coastal shipping 6. Master and deck crew no minimum qualification position, PO box under the Cabinet of Ministers of 22 November 2005, regulations no 895 "seafarers ' certification ' number and larger 500B to 500B to 6.1. Captain 41.2. or qualification prescribed in paragraph 41.3. or 25.7. the qualifications prescribed in paragraph according to the BT Board 1 1 6.2. Watchkeeping Mate or 26.0 25.9.. the qualifications prescribed in paragraph according to the BT Board 1 1 6.3. sailor of the guard 41.9. qualification prescribed in paragraph 2 1 note. The master and the mate required GMDSS operator certificate in the universal. Sailed the sea area A1 only, the master and the mate required GMDSS restricted operator's certificate. 7. The engine room crew no minimum qualification position, PO box under the Cabinet of Ministers of 22 November 2005, regulations no 895 "seafarers ' certification rules" main engine power 750 kW-3000 kW main engine power less than 750 kW with a permanent guard standing watch in the engine room without the engine room with a permanent guard standing watch in the engine room without the engine 7.1. senior 55.1 or 55.2. mechanic. According to paragraph below the main engine power specific qualifications 1 1--7.2. Guard mechanic or 57.5 55.5. According to paragraph below. main engine power specific qualifications 1-1
7.3. the sentry 1 41.9. in point motorists qualifications 1 1 1 *-note. * Coastal sailing ships with the duration of up to 12 hours, this position may not be taken into account. III. Inland waterway vessels 8. Captain and crew no minimum qualification position, PO box under the Cabinet of Ministers of 22 November 2005, regulations no 895 "seafarers ' certification ' number 8.1. Captain 171.1. subparagraph (according to the BT Board) 1 8.2. mechanic 171.4. subparagraph (according to the main engine power) 1 8.3. sailor 183. paragraph 1 8.4. motorists ** 184. point 1 notes. 1. Captain required GMDSS coast radiooperator certificate. 2. For vessels with a gross tonnage of less than 200, and the main engine power, less on 750kW, crew may be reduced to include professionals who have joined the qualification documents. 3. Vessels main engine power is less than 300 kW, as well as if the degree of automation permits operation without permanent watch in the engine room, this position may not be taken into account.
Traffic Minister, the Minister of Interior Or Jaundžeikar annex 3. Cabinet of Ministers of 24 January 2006, regulations No 80 traffic instead of Ministers — Minister of Interior. Jaundžeikar 4. Annex a Cabinet of 24 January 2006, regulations No 80 traffic instead of Ministers — Minister of Jaundžeikar.