The Order In Which Messages Are To Be Provided On Hazardous And Polluting Cargo Ships

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā sniedzami ziņojumi par bīstamām un piesārņojošām kuģu kravām

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 592 in Riga august 9 2005 (pr. 45. § 28) the order in which messages are to be provided on the dangerous and polluting goods Issued from ships in accordance with the maritime administration and the Maritime Safety Act 36. the third paragraph of article i. General questions 1. determines the order in which messages are to be provided on the dangerous and polluting goods from ships.
2. The rules apply to vessels with a gross tonnage of 300 or more, if these rules otherwise.
3. The terms used in the following terms: 3.1. address-of operator, agent, port authority, competent authority or any other authorized person or organization name and the communication channels through which, if necessary, you can communicate with it, to get detailed information about the ship's cargo;
3.2. agent – any person mandated or authorised to supply information on behalf of the operator of the ship;
3.3. dangerous goods: 3.3.1. cargo, classified in the international maritime dangerous goods code (hereinafter referred to as the IMDG Code);
3.3.2. liquid set Between folksy code construction and equipment of ships carrying dangerous chemicals as liquid (hereinafter referred to as the IBC Code), section 17;
UR3.3.3.sa liquified gas liquid under the international code of conduct for the construction and equipment of ships carrying liquefied gas as a liquid (hereinafter referred to as the IGC Code), section 19;
3.3.4. hard substances set out in the code of safe practice for Cargo (hereinafter referred to as the BC Code) in Annex B;
3.3.5. the transportation of cargo, which laid down conditions in accordance with the IBC Code 1.1.3. paragraph or paragraph 1.1.6 of the code of the IGC;
3.4. the competent authority, institution or organization that is designated by the Member States of the European Union, to receive and pass on information reported pursuant to the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 June 2002 Directive 2002/59/EC establishing a Community vessel traffic monitoring and information system and repealing Council Directive 93/75/EEC;
3.5. the cargo transport unit – road freight vehicle, a railway freight wagon, a freight container, tank-vehicles, rail tank or portable tank;
3.6. the shipping company – company 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea (SOLAS) and the 1988 Protocol of 1. IXnodaļ. within the meaning of paragraph 2;
3.7. the operator, owner or possessor;
3.8. polluting goods: 3.8.1. petroleum products as defined in the 1973 International Convention for the prevention of pollution from ships and its Protocol of 1978 (hereinafter referred to as the MARPOL Convention), annex I;
3.8.2. harmful liquid substances as defined in annex II of the MARPOL Convention;
3.8.3. harmful substances as defined in annex III of the MARPOL Convention.
4. the rules do not apply to: 4.1 war ships, auxiliaries (naval auxiliary vessels), and other non-commercial (country) ships engaged in the service;
4.2. the fishing vessels, traditional ships (all kinds of historical ships (including the traditional post and shipping promotion and promotion for ships) and copies that are functioning cultural monuments and operated according to traditional principles of seamanship and technique) and recreational craft with a length of less than 45 metres;
4.3. the measured fuel (less than 5000 tonnes), the items and equipment used on the ship.
II. Notification procedures 5. The ship's operator, agent or master shall prior to entering a port or anchor of Latvia, the Republic of Latvia in the territorial sea or internal waters shall notify the port captain of the annex to these provisions the information referred to in paragraph 1 in one of the following ways: 5.1 at least 24 hours before the arrival of the ship in port;
5.2. the ship leaving the previous port, if the duration of the voyage is less than 24 hours;
5.3. as soon as you become aware that the next port of call is the next port if not previously known or it is changed during the voyage.
6. Dangerous or polluting goods may be put or accept for transportation by ship (regardless of size) if the master of the vessel or the operator has not received the Declaration, which provides that the provisions of the annex referred to in paragraph 2.
7. The consignor (any person who has concluded the contract with the carrier for the carriage of cargo or on behalf of which (or whom) have concluded such an agreement) shall provide the master or operator of these provisions referred to in point 6 of the Declaration and is responsible for the transport of goods is declared.
8. If the vessel (regardless of size), carrying dangerous or polluting goods, left the port or anchorage of Latvia, the Republic of Latvia in the territorial sea or internal waters, the ship's operator, agent or master is obliged, no later than at the time of departure of the vessel to notify the relevant or closest port captain this provision referred to in paragraph 3 of the annex.
9. If the vessel (regardless of size), carrying dangerous or polluting goods, comes from a port situated outside the European Union and wants to enter the Latvian port or anchored in Latvian territorial sea or internal waters, the ship's operator, agent or master is obliged, no later than at the time of its departure from the port of loading or when a port or anchorage of destination has become known (if it had not been known at the time of its departure) to notify the harbour master the rules referred to in paragraph 3 of the annex.
10. the port captain of the annex to these rules kept the information referred to in paragraph 3, for use in the naval maritime search and Rescue Coordination Center (MRCC) (hereinafter referred to as the coordination centre), where the marine casualty or incident. The captain of the port shall take the necessary measures to the coordination centre on demand any time of the day electronically immediately relevant information is made available.
11. This provision of the annex referred to in paragraph 3, the information the ship's operator, agent or master shall provide the harbour master, if it is possible.
III. the computerised data exchange between the Member States of the European Union 12. Data transmission and data transmission system meets the following requirements: 12.1. Data Exchange is provided electronically, allowing you to receive and process these rules referred to in paragraph 3 of the annex to the information;
12.2. the system for the exchange of information 24 hours a day;
12.3. it is possible to immediately send another request to the European Union, the competent institution of the State information on the vessel and on its existing dangerous or polluting goods.
13. Electronic data exchange between Latvia and other countries of the European Union, the competent authorities in accordance with the European Commission developed the interface control document.
IV. Exemption from the obligation to communicate information provided 14. If the liner service between the ports of Latvia, port authorities, after consulting the coordination centres concerned may release liner from the service providers referred to in paragraph 8 of the terms of the obligation to notify the relevant information, if the following conditions are fulfilled: for 14.1. shipping company operating the scheduled services referred to above keeps and restores the vessel list and sends it to the captain of the port concerned and coordination centre;
14.2. each flight taken by the port captain and Coordination Center immediately upon receipt of the request 24 hours a day is available electronically this provision referred to in paragraph 3 of the annex.
15. If you provide international liner shipping services between the ports of Latvia and one or more of the countries of the European Union ports or ports situated outside the European Union, port authorities, after consulting the coordination centres and the countries of the European Union ports may exempt the international liner transport services from this provision in paragraph 8 and 9 of this obligation to announce the information, if this provision is ensured and the bottom point 14.1 14.2. compliance with the conditions referred to in.
16. Port authorities shall immediately notify the maritime administration of Latvia, if these rules 14 and 15 in the case referred to in paragraph 3 of the annex to these regulations, paragraph information need not be provided.
17. the Latvian maritime administration shall regularly verify whether this provision in paragraph 14 and 15 set out conditions to be fulfilled. If at least one of them is not met, the shipping company concerned, exemption from the obligation to notify the relevant information are repealed.
18. the Latvian maritime administration establishes the shipping company and the list of vessels in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 14 and 15 are exempt from the obligation to notify the relevant information, as well as amendments to that list and send the relevant information to the Ministry of transport.
V. closing question 19. Ministry of transport shall forward to the European Commission a list of competent authorities receiving the information referred to in these provisions, any amendments to the list, as well as according to the rules in paragraph 18 of the information received.
Informative reference to European Union Directive provisions included in the law arising from the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 June 2002 Directive 2002/59/EC establishing a Community vessel traffic monitoring and information system and repealing Council Directive 93/75/EEC.
Prime Minister, Minister of finance Spurdziņš o. a. traffic Minister shlesers

Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions with the august 12, 2005.
 
Annex to the Cabinet's august 9, 2005, regulations No 592 1 Subject information. information communicated in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 5 (General information, information society): 1.1 the ship identification (name, call sign, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) an identification number and marine mobile service (hereinafter referred to as HM) identification number);
1.2. the next port;
1.3. estimated time of arrival at the next port or pilot station and the expected departure time;
1.4. total number of persons on board.
2. the information to be submitted in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 6 (information on the carriage of goods): 2.1 dangerous or polluting cargo accurate technical name, United Nations (UN) number (if any);
2.2. the IMO hazard class or category in accordance with the IMDG, IBC and IGC codes and, where appropriate, the class of the ship needed the international code on packaged radioactive nuclear fuel, plutonium and ra DIO active waste with a high level of radioactivity in the safe carriage on board ships (INF Code hereinafter referred to) those goods in accordance with the provisions of SOLAS VII/14.2, the quantities of such goods and the transportation unit identification number, if cargo is transported in cargo transport units (except tanks);
2.3. address where you can obtain detailed information about the cargo.
3. information communicated in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 8 and 9 (General information): 3.1 ship identification (name, call sign, IMO identification number and a number HM);
3.2. the next port;
3.3. a ship coming out of the ports of Latvia: estimated time of departure from the port and the expected time of arrival at the next port;
3.4. a ship coming from a port located outside the European Union and wants to enter the port of Latvia: estimated time of arrival at the next port;
3.5. the total number of persons on board.
4. information on the carriage of goods: 4.1 dangerous or polluting goods accurate technical name and UN number (if applicable);
4.2. the IMO hazard class or category in accordance with the IMDG, IBC and IGC codes and, where appropriate, the class of the ship needed for INF cargoes referred to in the code, the quantity of such goods and the transportation unit identification number, if cargo is transported in cargo transport units (except tanks);
4.3. confirmation that the ship has a list, manifest or stowage plan that provides detailed information on dangerous or polluting goods and their location on board;
4.4. address where you can obtain detailed information about the cargo.
Traffic Minister a. shlesers