The Rules On Monitoring Of Flag State

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par kuģu karoga valsts uzraudzību

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 1044 in Riga in 2005 (27 December. 77. § 71) the provisions on supervision Issued by the flag State in accordance with the maritime administration and the Maritime Security Act, article 17, the fourth part i. General questions 1. determines the ship by the flag State in respect of the monitoring procedure for Latvia and on their ships, the ship served the timelines for certificates, their suspension and cancellation, foreign vessels to the recognition of certificates issued by State joint stock company "Latvian maritime administration" (hereinafter referred to as the maritime administration). 2. to implement the Latvian flag State supervision of ships, maritime administration Maritime Safety Inspectorate (hereinafter Inspectorate), in accordance with the maritime administration and the Maritime Safety Act shall: 2.1 ship inspections to assess the design, technical, equipment, maintenance, operation and maintenance of the maritime administration and compliance with maritime safety rules defined in the regulatory enactments;
2.2. the Board of certification;
2.3. ship construction and modernisation project, the documentation on the vessel's stability, action plan for pollution in the event of an emergency, the Board Manual and other maritime administrations and Maritime Security Act defined in international law in certain vessel documentation evaluation and approval;
2.4. ship building and upgrading the overall supervision of the work;
2.5. International safe management (ISM) code for the supervision of compliance with the requirements of the ship and the company, which is owned or operated by the Latvian ships. 3. Ships engaged on international voyages and with a gross tonnage of 500 units and larger, maritime authorities that rule referred to in paragraph 2 for the exercise of its functions in accordance with the maritime administration and the Maritime Safety Act authorizes the Board of internationally recognized classification societies (hereinafter referred to as classification societies). The classification society shall make any such vessel checks and issue the international legislation on certain ships ' certificates, as well as assign appropriate classification society craft class and classification certificates issued. 4. the vessel not take between folksy service or with a gross tonnage of less than 500 units, monitoring of flag State inspection. 5. the classification society and carrying out the inspection, the inspection and certification of ships, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) the statutory inspection and certification of the harmonized system under the IMO resolution a. 948 (23). 6. the flag State of the vessel in relation to the monitoring of the international ship and port facility security (ISPs) code and the other with the protection of ships and port related regulations set out the requirements of the marine administration vessel and port security section under its governing legislation. 7. This provision 2. and (6) the operations referred to may be charged, and the maritime administration shall be based on the owner, the operator or the bareboat charterer, in accordance with the maritime administration and the Maritime Security Act, article 6 of the second part. II. Ship Inspection and certificate of inspection shall check the conformity of the Latvian maritime administration vessel and maritime safety laws and statutory requirements, according to IMO resolution a.847(20) guidelines laid down for the implementation of the laws and IMO, as well as for the control of classification societies of the delegated function execution quality. 9. for vessels in accordance with the requirements of these regulations are under the supervision of classification societies, inspection checks, to verify compliance with the vessel classification society issued certificates, as well as to check the ship's crew, operating and maintenance of maritime administration and compliance with maritime safety laws and statutory requirements. The results of the inspection inspection inspection vessel collected (annex 1). If the test results are positive, the following inspection ship of the flag State shall issue a certificate (annex 2). 10. If the test results are positive, those ships not engaged on international voyages or with a gross tonnage of less than 500 units (except for the recreation and sport ships provided), the inspection certificate issued by the flag State, noting therein the shipping area. 11. The inspection shall make every annual inspection of the ship, subject to the provisions laid down in paragraph 5 the harmonized testing and certification system, confirm existing, or issue a new certificate of the flag State, stating the shipping area. 12. the Inspectorate has the right to carry out checks of the Latvian ships extraordinary (operational inspection) to control the conformity of ships and maritime administration maritime safety laws and statutory requirements. 13. If, during the inspection of the vessel inspection finds non-conformity of the vessel maritime administration maritime safety and statutory requirements of the law or if the vessel marine casualty occurred due to non-compliance with the maritime administration maritime safety and statutory requirements of the law, or if the ship had been detained in a foreign port in the framework of port State control, inspection of defects and require repeated examination of the ship, informing the captain of the ship , the owner, operator or bareboat charterer and the classification society. 14. the Inspectorate is empowered to take a decision on the cancellation of certificates issued, announcing it to the master, the shipowner or bareboat charterer, the operator and the classification society and proposing marine administration vessel register of Latvia (the Latvian ship registry) to exclude vessels from the Registrar of the register of Latvia, in the following cases: 14.1 a ship encountered non-maritime administration maritime safety and statutory legislation, which can lead to shipwreck and human lives;
14.2. the ship six months was twice detained foreign ports port State control. 15. The decision on the refusal to issue a certificate by the flag State or the cancellation of the ship owner can challenge the maritime administration to the Director of the administrative procedure law within one month of adopting its decision. 16. inspection of ships can be exempted from certain maritime administration maritime safety and law international law enforcement pursuant to binding international Latvia legislation requirements. III. Foreign ship certificates issued abroad are issued 17 certificates of ships, vessels from foreign vessels to re-register register register of Latvia, shall lapse. If these certificates before re-registration is in force, the inspection can be accepted as evidence of compliance of the vessel maritime administration maritime safety and statutory laws and international requirements, and to confirm them as sufficient basis for the Board's temporary registration register of Latvia. After the temporary registration of the vessel register inspection of Latvia or classification society performs maritime administration maritime safety and statutory regulations for the inspection and certification of ships. 18. ships from other European re-register Union public register of Latvian shipping registry, inspection requests from the competent authorities for maritime affairs management information about the ship, re-register including copies of the certificates of the ship stability information, flag State inspection results, the port State control results. 19. Prior to the renewal of the permanent register from the foreign ship Registry Office performs this ship. Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the Council of 22 November 1994, Directive 94/57/EC on common rules and standards for ship inspection and survey organisations and for the relevant activities of maritime administrations;
2) Commission of 26 September 1997 Directive 97/58/EC amending Council of 22 November 1994, Directive 94/57/EC on common rules and standards for ship inspection and survey organisations and for the relevant activities of maritime administrations;
3) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 December 2001, Directive 2001/105/EC amending Council of 22 November 1994, Directive 94/57/EC on common rules and standards for ship inspection and survey organisations and for the relevant activities of maritime administrations. Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 1 Cabinet on 27 December 2005, regulations no 1044 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 2 Cabinet of 27 December 2005, regulations no 1044 traffic Minister a. shlesers