Amended By The Ministry Of Transport On 25 August 2003, Regulation No 19 Of The "latvian Sailor Of Training, Certification And Watchkeeping Provisions"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Satiksmes ministrijas 2003.gada 25.augusta noteikumos Nr.19 "Latvijas jūrnieku sagatavošanas, sertificēšanas un sardzes pildīšanas noteikumi"

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Traffic Regulation No 11 of Ministry Riga, May 30, 2005, amended by the Ministry of transport on 25 august 2003, regulations No. 19 ", Latvian seafarers certification and Watchkeeping provisions" Issued in accordance with the maritime administration and the Maritime Security Act. the second subparagraph of article 26 to make the traffic Ministry 2003 august 25 Regulation No 19 ", the Latvian seafarers certification and Watchkeeping provisions" of the following amendments: 1. To delete the provision in paragraph 3, the words "non-profit organization".
2. the provisions of Chapter VI to express 3. bottom section by the following: "3. the certificate of competence issued abroad recognition 3.1. General questions 51. The ship's captain or officer who has a valid foreign competent authority issued the certificate of competence and its approval, the register of Seafarers shall be issued a certificate of recognition of competence (annex 7). Recognized are the only Contracting State issued certificate of competency.
51.1 in accordance with Convention I/10 rule requirements, foreign certificates of competency issued by the approval of another recognition of foreign certificates of competency issued this certificate is not on the recognition of the Republic of Latvia.
51.2 Seafarers where necessary may allow a seaman who is abroad issued the qualification document and which is submitted to the rule set out in paragraph 52 of document recognition, approval of the register of Seafarers, to take a position on the flag ship of Latvia for a period up to three months, with the exception of radio communications specialists, having such an authorization may be issued only to radio in the cases provided for in the rules of procedure. In such a case, the document maker seaman shall issue a certificate as to the acceptance of the document (annex 8).
52. Foreign certificates of competency issued the approval shall submit the register of seafarers: 52.1. application;
52.2. the competence of the approval certificate and its copy;
52.3. medical certificate copy.
52.1 abroad certified masters, senior officers, senior mechanic, as well as a second engineer officer (ship's engineer, after their next behind the engineer), which lays claim to the recognition of certificates of competency for approval, certifying the knowledge of Latvian law in the maritime sector.
53. The Ministry of transport shall inform the Member States of the Convention, which certificate of competency may be recognised in Latvia, about the substantial changes in the preparation and certification of seafarers.
3.2. the Member State of the European Union recognition of certificates of competency issued in 54. Member State of the European Union issued a vessel's master, officers and the recognition of certificates of competency radiooperator is carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Convention and I/10 of the Republic of Latvia laws on the recognition of professional qualifications.
54.1 Sailor may issue a certificate of approval issued in the Member State of the European Union for inland navigation certificate after the authentication. The Republic of Latvia of inland waterway vessels personnel certification is determined by the Transport Ministers.
3.3. A State which is not a Member State of the European Union, the recognition of certificates of competency issued in 55. A State which is not a Member State of the European Union, but there is a member of the Convention (hereinafter third country) Captain, over nonsense and for certificates of competency issued radiooperator recognised, subject to the provisions of the Convention (I)/10 and requirements of this regulation.
Register of Seafarers issued 55.1 the recognition of third country approval for certificates of competency issued by the European Commission in cooperation with the European maritime safety agency in this country is recognized and included in the list of recognised third countries which shall be published in the C series of the official journal of the European communities.
56. If you intend to recognise third country which is not yet recognised under this rule 55.1 points, certificates of competency issued by the Ministry of transport shall submit to the European Commission a request for recognition of that third country. The European Commission has not acted within three months of that third country, the Ministry of transport may unilaterally recognise the third country certificates of competence issued until the European Commission decision has been adopted.
57. The Ministry of transport shall immediately inform the European Commission of according this rule 55.1 points to recognised third countries which do not comply with the requirements of the Convention, and shall inform the European Commission and the other Member States of the European Union if plans to withdraw a third of the State's recognition of the approval certificates of competency.
58. The Ministry of transport is entitled in addition to the assessment of third-country specific educational institutions, according to A-I/6 of the code part. "
3. Express provisions 103. paragraph by the following: "103. Ro-ro passenger ship sailors before the commencement of their duties successfully pass the training courses, according to the post, the duties and responsibilities: 103.1. masters, officers and crew members who are assigned to assist passengers in emergency situations, quit uncontrollable passenger crowd management training, according to the code A-V/2, paragraph 1 of part a;
103.2. masters, officers and crew members with specific duties and responsibilities on ro-ro passenger ships, go a ro-ro passenger ship familiarization training, according to the code A-V/2, paragraph 2;
103.3. staff serving passengers, passengers pass additional security training, according to code A-V/2, paragraph 3 of part a;
103.4. masters, senior officers, senior and second mechanic and those crew members who are responsible for passenger boarding and disembarking the ship for cargo loading, unloading and securing or sealing of hull, undergo training, the safety of passengers and the watertight integrity of the hull are controlled, under the code A-V/2, paragraph 4;
103.5. Captain masters, mates, senior engineer, second engineer and crew members who are responsible for passenger safety in emergency situations, exit the crisis of human behavior and control of driving courses, according to code A-V/2, paragraph 5 of the part. "
4. Express provisions 105. paragraph by the following: "105. passenger ships (ships which are not designed for more than twelve passengers for commercial purposes), which does not comply with the ro-ro passenger ships, seafarers shall undergo appropriate training courses: 105.1. crew members who are assigned to assist passengers in emergency situations, quit uncontrollable passenger crowd management training, according to code A-V/3, paragraph 1 of part a;
105.2. masters, officers and crew members with specific duties and responsibilities on board passenger ships undergo training, according to code A-V/3, paragraph 2;
105.3. staff serving passengers, passengers pass additional security training, according to code A-V/3, part 3;
105.4. Captain masters, mates and those crew members who are directly responsible for passenger boarding and disembarkation, the vessel shall undergo training in passenger safety, according to code A-V/3, paragraph 4;
105.5. Captain's captains, mates, Chief Engineer, second engineer and crew members who are responsible for passenger safety in emergency situations, exit the crisis of human behavior and control of driving courses, according to code A-V/3, paragraph 5 of the part. "
5. Supplement with an informative reference to European Union directives as follows: "informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the Commission of 8 March 2005, directives 2005/23/EC of the European Parliament and the Council amending Directive 2001/25/EC on the minimum level of training of seafarers;
2) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 November 2003 of Directive 2003/103/EC amending Directive 2001/25/EC on the minimum level of training of seafarers;
3) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 4 April 2001, Directive 2001/25/EC on the minimum level of training of seafarers. "
Traffic Minister a. shlesers maritime Department Director a. Krastiņš