The Rules On Maritime Safety Of Fishing Vessels. (Continued)

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par jūras zvejas kuģu drošību. (Turpinājums)

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Provisions of the Ministry of transport no. 11 of 2004 in Riga on April 30, the rules on maritime safety of fishing vessels rules published in the newspaper "Gazette", no. 22 09.02.2005. Annex 1 of the Ministry of transport of 30 April 2004, regulations No 11 Chapter I. General provisions rule 1.
1. This annex (hereinafter the annex), unless otherwise specified, apply to new fishing vessels of 24 m in length and more.
2. the existing fishing vessels must be designed and constructed in accordance with the rules of a recognised organisation.
2. the rule.
Stipulated in annex third-party rights and obligations they are bound to external regulations.
3. Rule. Exceptions: 1. where can relieve any vessel for which there are new features, from any of the annexes II, III, IV, V, VI and VII of the chapter requirements if their application could significantly complicate the study of nature and the introduction of fishing vessels. However, the fishing vessel shall conform to the safety requirements at the discretion of the applicable IF, taking into account the fishing vessel's operating conditions and ensure its overall security.
2. the Derogation from the requirements laid down in chapter IX are laid down in chapter IX 3. rules, but exceptions to the requirements laid down in chapter X, chapter X rules 2.
3. IF you can release any vessel, which deals only with fishing near the coasts of Latvia, from any enforcement of these provisions if it considers that the application of these requirements is excessive and not necessary, taking into account the specific shipping area, type of vessel, meteorological and navigation conditions. Fishing vessels must comply with the safety requirements at the discretion of the applicable IF, taking into account the fishing vessel's operating conditions and ensure its overall security.
4. IF, if in accordance with this rule agrees with any exceptions for a fishing vessel subject to the EP Directive 97/70/EC, it shall inform the European Commission completely, affirming that the security level is adequately maintained and the European Commission shall forward this information to the other Member States in accordance with the EP Directive 97/70/EC, article 4.
4. Rule. The equivalent of 1. If this annex provides that a fishing vessel to be used for a specific type of materials, facilities, equipment, apparatus, or must be satisfied for a particular condition, or is subject to special requirements with regard to design and construction IF you can allow the use of other materials, machinery, equipment, apparatus, or to apply other requirements, or design and construction requirements, if it with appropriate tests or in any other way is satisfied that this material, facilities, equipment, machine or the application conditions and design or the project is as effective as those laid down in this annex.
2. where, if allowed to use substitute materials, machinery, equipment, apparatus or conditions for a fishing vessel subject to the EP Directive 97/70/EC, shall notify the Commission of such substitutions, together with a report on the examinations and tests. The Commission shall forward this information to the other Member States to inform them of the person responsible in accordance with the EP Directive 97/70/EC, article 4.
5. Rule. Repair, alteration and modernisation 1. Also after repair, rebuilding, upgrading and related supply vessels and equipment Exchange, the fishing vessel shall comply with at least the same requirements that apply to it in advance.
2. Large scale repair, conversion and modernization works and the associated supply vessels and equipment changes to comply with the requirements that apply to new vessels to the extent where it considers it necessary and practicable.
3. ships that changed the main engine or made subject to alteration, modification and changes to its structure, such that it altered the size laid down in fishing vessel tonnage certificate, or significantly altered its centre of gravity or the equipment of fishing vessels before commissioning a new sustainability information as well as perform the inspection.
6. Rule. 1. Viewing on each fishing vessel with a length of 24 m and take the following view: (a) the initial inspection of a fishing vessel shall, before the operation, or before the first 7 are issued certificates set out in the rule. Performing a full fishing vessel design, sustainability, applied materials, machinery, equipment inspection, including inspection of the hull dock, boiler and boiler internal and external reviews, equipment check the extent to ensure that the fishing vessel compliance with this annex. Viewing is such as to ensure that the fishing vessel construction, applied materials, element size, boiler and other pressure vessels and their fittings, main and auxiliary machinery, electrical equipment, radio equipment, including those used for rescue, fire protection, fire-fighting systems and equipment, means of rescue and equipment, navigation, navigation guides and other fishing vessels equipment fully complies with the requirements of this annex. Inspection is to verify that all fishing vessel and equipment manufacturing quality is satisfactory from all points of view and that the fishing vessel is equipped with signal lights, signals, sound signals and distress means surrender in accordance with the provisions in force and the requirements of COLREG. If you have set up a pilot reception equipment, you must verify that it is in safe working condition and comply with the relevant, existing SOLAS requirements.
(b) Periodic examinations take the following periods of time: (i) every four years, relating to the construction and mechanisms as laid down in chapters II, III, IV, V and VI, including reviews in the dock. As stated in rule 11 (1) of this paragraph may be extended, by making the inspection of fishing vessels to the extent that this is necessary and practicable;
(ii) every two years in respect of a fishing vessel of equipment as specified in chapters II, III, IV, V, VI, VII and X; (iii) once a year for radio equipment on board fishing vessels with a length of m and higher, including rescue radio equipment.
Periodic inspections shall be carried out in such a way as to ensure that all the points (1) (a) the fishing vessel these elements fully comply with the relevant requirements of this regulation, fishing vessel equipment is in good working order and that the crew is in possession of fishing vessel stability information. If, under this chapter, the provisions of 7 or 8, the period of validity of the certificate issued is extended as provided for in the provisions of paragraphs 11 (2) and (4) are, respectively, the extended interval between inspections.
(c) in addition to paragraph (b) (i) periodic inspections, to new fishing vessels built for the 2003 01 January or later and built from materials other than wood, two years plus/minus 3 month intervals make the hull and machinery of the starpapskat, but to fishing vessels constructed of timber, such checks shall be carried out if certain intervals. In between such inspections to make sure that you don't make any changes which are not permissible and could adversely affect the vessel or crew safety. (d) a Certificate issued in accordance with this chapter, rules 7 and 8 shall be made for periodic inspections of the mark in accordance with point (1) (b) (ii) and (1) (b) (iii) and starpapskaš in accordance with point (c). 2. (a) ship inspection and survey in relation to the application of these rules and the exceptions made IF award. IF you can ask to perform this inspection and survey specially designated for this purpose to surveyors or recognized organizations. (b) IF, by designating or recognising inspectors of the Organization for the performance of inspection and examinations in accordance with subparagraph (a), authorizes the inspector appointed or recognized organizations at least: (i) request the repair of fishing vessels; (ii) carry out checks and inspections, if requested by the authorities of the port State. If, in accordance with the EP Directive 94/57/EC (4), as amended by Directive 2001/105/EC, the Commission provides information about specific duties and powers given to inspectors appointed or recognised organisations. (c) If the designated officer or recognized organization determines that the fishing vessel or its equipment status differs from the certificate, or a fishing vessel that is not a valid exit into the sea without causing danger to the fishing vessel or the people on board, an inspector or a recognized organization shall immediately ensure that all required to remedy the situation and inform IF all possible. If everything is not done, an appropriate certificate removed and shall immediately inform the IF; If the fishing vessel is in port of another Member State shall inform the authorities of the port State. The fishing vessel owner to ensure that the fishing vessel does not go out to sea, as long as it's not ready for sea, or go to a specific ship repair yard without danger to the ship or fishing people on board. (d) IF in any case guarantee that inspections and inspections are carried out fully and effectively, and take all necessary action to ensure that this obligation is met.
3. (a) the ship and its equipment shall be kept in the State that meets the requirements of this annex, to ensure that the fishing vessel is constantly ready for shipping, without creating the danger of a fishing vessel or the people on board. (b) after completion of the inspection of the fishing vessel in accordance with the requirements of this annex, may not make changes to the design of the fishing vessel, machinery, equipment or other items without authorization. (c) If the fishing vessel crashes or failure reveals that affect the safety of fishing vessels, rescue or other equipment supplied or efficiency, the master or the owner of the fishing vessel, at the earliest opportunity notify IF the inspector or the recognised organisation responsible for issuing the relevant licences and conducting the investigation, determine whether this annex is required for viewing the fishing vessel. If the fishing vessel is in port of another Member State, the master of a fishing vessel or owner shall also report immediately to the port State authorities. The inspector or the recognised organisation shall ensure that such report is made.
6. (A) the rules. Inspections on fishing vessels with a length of less than 24 m in accordance with 25 May 2001 instruction "instruction on Latvian maritime administration maritime safety inspection supervision of the vessel inspection and issuance of documents".
7. Rule. The issue of the certificate or approval of fishing vessels of 24 m in length and more.
1. (a) After viewing the fishing vessel that meets the requirements of these regulations, a fishing vessel shall be issued a certificate of conformity and certificate of maritime capabilities. (b) If the fishing vessel in accordance with these terms is granted in addition to the exceptions in paragraph (a) that the certificate issued to the fishing vessel's certificate Exceptions. (2) paragraph (1), subparagraphs (a) and (b) licences shall be determined and approved IF inspectors or recognised organisations authorised person. In any case, IF YOU are fully responsible for the issuing of certificates.
7. (A) the rules. The issue of the certificate or approval of fishing vessels with a length of less than 24 m, which is where the technical supervision, in accordance with the May 25, 2001 instructions "instructions on the Latvian maritime administration maritime safety inspection supervision of the vessel inspection and issuance of documents".
8. Rule. The issue of the certificate or approval on behalf of another EU Member State IF the 1, in accordance with the requirements of another EU Member State, may carry out inspection of the fishing vessel and, if the vessel meets the requirements of this annex, to issue, or to authorise the issuing of certificates or, if necessary, approve or authorize the approval of certificate in accordance with the requirements of this annex. 2. Copies of the certificates and the inspection of the fishing vessel a copy of legislation IF transmitted to another EU Member State which has requested an inspection of the vessel as quickly as possible. 3. The following procedure shall record the certificate issued, this certificate was issued by another EU Member State, and shall have the same effect and it is also recognised as the certificate, issued in accordance with the provisions of this section 7. 4. External laws in IF may require other EU Member State to carry out paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 above.
9. Rule. Certificate form and the list of equipment certificate and the list of equipment design shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions set out in annex 2 of the shapes. Language to be used in the certificate are neither English nor French, the text shall include a translation into one of those languages, except in the case where it considers it necessary, in the light of the activities of fishing vessels.
10. Rule. Access to licence in accordance with this section 7 and 8 of the regulations should be issued licences the fishing vessel and must be available, making the inspection or fishing vessel inspection.
11. Rule. Certificate of validity 1. Certificate of conformity shall be issued for a period not exceeding four years and, through periodic review of or between in accordance with this chapter, paragraphs 7 (1) (b) and 6 (1) (c), extended for not more than one year, except as provided in this chapter, paragraphs 11 (1), 11 (2) and 11 (3). Exception of the fishing vessel's licence validity period may not be more than a fishing vessel, the certificate of conformity. 2. If, after the date of expiry of the licence, fishing vessel is in port in the Republic of Latvia, the country in which the vessel is located, external regulatory provision may extend the period of validity of the certificate but this extension can be given only to the fishing vessel could return to the port of the Republic of Latvia, or port where it will be shown in the view, and only where this is deemed correct and reasonable. The other EU Member States following the extension of a licence for their vessels under foreign laws may also require from the IF. 3. in paragraph 11 of this section (2) established the term of validity of licences may not extend more than five months and a fishing vessel that has received such extensions and is returned to the port of the Republic of Latvia, or port where it will be shown in the view, may not leave the port until it has received the new certificate. 4. the certificate, the validity of which has not been extended in paragraph 11 (2), if the order can be extended for up to one month. 5. the certificate that has been issued in accordance with this section 7 and 8 of the rule conditions shall lapse in the following cases: (a) if the vessel is not indicated in the rules laid down in 6 inspections;
(b) if the licence is not renewed in accordance with the conditions of this provision; (c) when a vessel is registered under the flag of another State. The new certificates are issued only after the administration of the country issuing the new certificate is fully satisfied that the vessel complies with this chapter 6 (3) (a) and 6 (3) (b) requirements. If the flag change occurs between two Member States, if the new flag State within three months of the request, as quickly as possible to send it a copy of the certificate of the vessel, which was in effect before the change of flag and, if possible, the fishing vessel inspection copies of legislation.
Chapter II. Construction and equipment leak Provisions 1. (1) the hull construction, body styles, the deck house, the engine shaft, marketing and design, as well as other fishing vessels equipment and the integrity of the structure must be sufficient to withstand all foreseeable operating conditions of the fishing vessel and comply with the rules of recognised organisations. (2) ice conditions for hulls strengthened according to the expected shipping conditions and activities in the district. (3) the conclusion of bulkheads, open means of closing these bulkheads and the methods should be matched. Ships which are built of wood, it must be fitted with a watertight collision bulkhead, and bulkheads between at least the engine room. These bulkheads shall extend to the working deck. Also wooden vessels must be fitted with bulkheads, which shall be watertight, as far as practicable. (4) the pipes that pass through the collision bulkhead must be equipped with suitable valves that supply has left above the working deck. Valve box secured to the collision bulkhead inside the forepeak. In the collision bulkhead below the working deck must not be fitted to doors, hatches, ventilation or other openings. Where pipes, channels, electrical cables, etc. crossing the watertight bulkheads, arrangements shall be made to ensure that the bulkheads. (5) if the fishing vessel's bow set long body, the collision as a waterproof has been reduced to the next deck above the working deck. Partition is not extended directly above the lower part can be found in paragraph 2 of this chapter (24). In this case, the part of the Board that make waterproof the building steps. (6) the collision bulkhead above the working deck may be fitted only to the number of open minimālāk, which supports the operation of fishing vessels. These vents form the watertight seal and it hinges shall be so arranged as to be open to the front. (7) fishing vessels with a length of 75 m and more set up double from the collision bulkhead to bulkhead, ahterpīķ if this is practically possible.
2. the rule. Watertight door (1) the number of openings in point 1 of this chapter (3) for watertight bulkheads must be reduced to the minimum compatible with the design of the fishing vessel and operating needs. Openings shall be fitted with a standard, but to new fishing vessels built for the 2003 01 January or later, also of the rules of recognised organisations requirements, watertight sealing products. Watertight doors constructed the structures, which is not open, the equivalent strength. (2) fishing vessels with a length of less than 45 m, this door can be opened, it must be possible to open from both sides and should be kept closed, the fishing vessel from the sea. On both sides of the door must be an indication that the door should be closed when the vessel is at sea. (3) to new fishing vessels built for the 2003 01 January or later, with a length of m and higher, the following premises watertight doors shall be sliding type: (a) in premises where it is intended that the door can be opened when the fishing vessel from the sea, and the lower edge of the door below the deepest operating waterline, unless, having regard to the type of vessel and the nature of the operation not consider it impractical or unnecessary (if authorised by the EU Member State of such an exemption, about need to inform all the Member States); (b) at the bottom of the engine, if they closed the entrance shaft tunnel. In other cases, the watertight door may be opened inwards. Slīdošaj watertight doors must be operating at the fishing vessel's heeling up to 15 ° on either side. (4) sliding watertight door with both hands and the other shall be so constructed that the transmission can be operated individually from both sides. On board fishing vessels with a length of 45 m and higher, these doors must have a distance management from easily accessible position above the working deck, except where the door is located in the crew accommodation. (5) the item from which the distance control is carried out, it should be possible to determine whether the sliding door is open or closed.
3. Rule. Casing the casing tightness (1) external openings shall be so closed to prevent water entering the ship. The Board, which must be open during fishing, placed as close as possible to the fishing vessel Diametral plane. However, IF you can recognize the different variants, if it is satisfied that the safety of fishing vessels is not impaired. (2) Fishing gear on trawlers trawling for the rear must be controlled and controllable from the place from which the fishing gear is a good readability.
4. Rule. Splash-proof door (1) closed all the entrances of body styles and other external wall structures through which the water can flow into and endanger a ship shall be fitted with a permanently attached to the bulkhead door with the frame and reinforcements to design strength would be equivalent to the construction without a way of opening and closed in a sprayproof and weathertight manner. Features that provide this door sealing must consist of seals and Lam, or other equivalent equipment, they must be either attached to the wall or door and operated both from the outside and from the inside. IF you can, if it does not harm the crew safety, allow on one hand opening the door only, ensuring that the saldētājtelp is set to the corresponding alarm in such spaces are not on people. (2) the height of the border of the door the door that leads to the engine room, shaft and staircase down from the deck of the parts that are subject to direct atmospheric and sea, provide at least 600 mm on a job board, and at least 300 mm to the superstructure deck. If operating experience justifies and if approved, this can reduce the height to 380 mm and 150 mm, except for the door that led directly to the engine room.
5. Rule. Luke with a wooden lid (1) here's a border height of at least 600 mm above the working deck open places and at least 300 mm above the superstructure deck. (2) in determining the thickness of wooden hatch covers, made it to the operating reserve of wear. In any case, provide the final thickness of the cover at least 4 mm to cover the distance between the support points every 100 mm, but not less than 40 mm. Door width of the supporting surface must be at least 65 mm. (3) methods to ensure the watertight integrity of the wooden hatch covers, into line with the IF. To new fishing vessels built on 1 January 2003 or later, a wooden hatch cover watertight integrity is guaranteed in accordance with the standards defined in the 1966 International Convention on load lines 14 and 15 of annex I..
6. Rule. Here's the cover of other material (1) here's a border height is determined according to the terms of paragraph 5 (1). If operating experience justifies and if approved, border height can be reduced, or even at all borders may be, if this does not impair the safety of fishing vessels. In this case, the door openings should be as small as practicable and cover fixed with hinges reinforced or with any equivalent feature. Provides for the possibility of the hatch quickly close and slam with boards or to provide other IF recognized. (2) the strength calculation assumes that manhole covers are subject to those uzkraujam static load of cargo, which size is determined: (a) CN/10.0 m2 for fishing vessels of 24 m in length or less; (b) CN/17.0 m2 fishing vessels with a length of 100 m or more. Fishing vessels with a length between these limits, the load shall be determined by linear interpolation. IF you can allow reducing these loads, but they must not be less than 75% of the above sizes here, lying on the deck of the body more than 0.25 L from the back of the bow perpendicular. (3) if the manhole covers made of thickness of mild steel, in accordance with paragraph 6 (2), the estimated maximum voltage multiplied by 4.25 shall not exceed the resistance of the material. To cover this load deformation must not exceed 0.0028 cover the distance between the support points. (4) the hatch cover, which is not made of thickness of mild steel, the strength to provide equivalent thickness of mild steel made from cover and ensure the integrity of the design of water tightness at point 6 (2) loads. (5) hatch covers fitted with Lam and seal, providing splashes of tightness, or with other recognised equivalent IF the equipment.
7. Rule. Machinery space openings (1) machinery space openings shall be fitted with a windscreen which borders and the integrity of the match after the bodies. Direct entrance openings shall be provided with the provisions of this chapter 4 compliant doors. (2) in the holes that are not designed to be equipped with entrance covers that strength is equal to the strength of the structure, which are attached to the stationary and is splash-proof seal.
8. Rule. Other deck openings (1) where the fishing operations of the deck scuttles are required and manholes, they shall be fitted with a watertight hospital at the conclusion of the design attached. The size and location of openings, as well as the conclusion of the construction shall be such that if it were satisfied that they are completely watertight. (2) all openings and superstructure decks work, except for cargo hatch, engine room vents, manholes and deck scuttles, protected by a closed restrictive construction, which equipped with splash-proof door, or equivalent. Down are placed, as far as practicable, said the fishing vessel near the plane.
9. Rule. Fans (1) to new fishing vessels built on 1 January 2003 or later, with a length of 45 m and higher, that is not a fan of the engine room fans, channel borders height 900 mm to ensure at least a job board and at least 760 mm on the superstructure deck. On board fishing vessels with a length of less than 45 m, provided that the height of the border at least 760 mm and 450 mm. Engine fan needed for continuous ventilation engine rooms and, where appropriate, the immediate area of ventilation tube, open for the height above the deck at all should comply with point 9 (3) However, where the size of the fishing vessels and installations, it is not enforceable, may accept less height, which in any case must not be less than 900 mm above the working deck or body styles provided that the watertight closing appliances in accordance with point 9 (3), in combination with other acceptable measures, ensures uninterrupted and adequate ventilation in these spaces. (2) the ventilation channel borders provide equivalent strength of the design strength. Channels are built in a sprayproof and weathertight manner fitting with fixed to the channel or the conclusion of the design attached. If the ventilation channel border height exceeds 900 mm, the specially reinforced. (3) fishing vessels with a length of m and larger if the ventilation channel border is higher than 4.5 m above the working deck or higher than 2.3 m above the superstructure deck, sealing features are not required, unless IF the requirements of the special. On board fishing vessels with a length of less than 45 m, the sealing means are not needed for ventilation channels that border is higher than 2.1 m above the working deck and more than 1.7 m above the superstructure deck. If you are sure that the unlikely water entering the vessel through the engine room fans, these fan channels can be without a conclusion.
10. Rule. Air tubes (1) If a tank and zemklāj the empty volume of the air pipe is left above the working deck or a superstructure deck, pipe open part at endurance must be equivalent to the surrounding structure and equipped with adequate protection. Open air pipes shall be provided with at the pipe or the design of the stationary attached means of closing. (2) the air pipe height above the deck in places where water could penetrate below, provides at least 760 mm on the working deck and at least 450 mm on the superstructure deck. IF you can agree to the air pipe height reduction, if they interfere with fishing operations.
11. Rule. Measuring tools (1) IF the requirements of appropriate measuring tools installed: (a) the pictures, which the partitions is not readily available for viewing during the voyage; (b) all tanks and koferdamo. (2) If the measuring pipe installed, the upper ends of the leaves to easily accessible place above the working deck if this is practically possible. Pipe openings shall be fitted with a fixed conclusion. attached Measuring tubes that are moved above the working deck shall be provided with an automatic pašaizvēršan device.
12. the rule. Porthole and Porthole window (1) in the space below the working deck and in disused structures on this deck shall be fitted with watertight storm cover. In addition, the front Windows of the superstructure other levels provide at least two sufficient strength storm covers each window type, of a thickness of at least 5, 0mm, if they are of steel, or-7.5 mm, if they are from aluminium. Maximum single storm cover each window. Provides the ability to easily and securely seal the damaged Windows with storm covers on the outside. (2) the lower edge of the window must be at least 500 mm above the deepest operating waterline. (3) Lower than 1000 mm above the deepest operating waterline to open not only fitting type scuttles. (4) apply only to recognized design portholes, glass and storm covers. It must be protected from possible damage by fishing gear. (5) the wheelhouse Windows made of a durable, secure glass or equivalent. (6) IF you can agree to the Windows and Windows without deadlights use deck swap side and rear walls, if this body is located on/or above the working deck and it does not reduce the safety of fishing vessels. To new fishing vessels built on 1 January 2003 or later, follow the rules of recognised organisations, which are based on the corresponding ISO standards.
13. the rule. Suction and discharge (1) drains through the outer lining of the shell and of the rooms below the working deck and the superstructure and deck in disused home on a job board which is equipped with the requirements under rule 4 doors, shall be provided with the means to turn off water from entering the housing. Usually each drainage shall be provided with an automatic valve permanently with the conclusion of the transmission from the forced easily available. The valve is not necessary, if you consider that the water inlet through the drain cannot be dangerous and drain pipe thickness is sufficient. The conclusion of the RAM valve shall be fitted with an indicator showing whether the valve is open or closed. (2) in the engine room with a permanent guard, sea water inlet and outlet that provides the main engine and auxiliary engine work, controls on the site. Set indicators that indicate or sea water valves are open or closed. (3) the rules laid down in the valves and to strengthen the external cladding parts made of steel, bronze or other recognised, flexible material. All the pipes between the outer lining and valves shall be of steel. Only fishing vessels, which are not made of steel, the premises other than the engine, IF you can allow the use of other materials.
14. the rule. The water gate (1) If the open working deck bulwark in way of the well, the minimum water gate area in square metres on each side of the vessel, each ak to calculate the working deck, depending on the length of the bulwark (l) and the height of the UK in the following formula: (a) (A) = 0.07 l, where l can not be greater than 0.4 L (b) (i) when the bulwark is higher than the average of 1200 mm, by the formula calculated the area increased by 0.004 m2 per metre of length of well for each 100 mm of the height of the bulwark of the increase; (ii) when the bulwark is less than the average of 900 mm, on a formula calculated the area reduced by 0.004 m2 per metre of length of well for each 100 mm of the height of the bulwark of the reduction. (2) paragraph 14 (1) prescribed the calculated water gate area increases, if you believe that a fishing vessel sedlveid deflection is not sufficient to ensure that the deck is quickly and effectively released from water. (3) minimum water gate area on the deck of the body into line with the IF, but it may not be less than half of the paragraph 14 (1) in accordance with the procedure laid down in the calculated area (A). (4) the water gate in the bulwark of the place so as to ensure that the Board quickly and efficiently dispose of the water. The water gate to the lower edge of the need to be so close to the deck as practicable. (5) the barricades and gear storage facilities located so as not to reduce the water gate performance. Nožogojumo provides a constructive outlet to a working state they do not interfere with water leakage. (6) the water gate, with a height greater than 300 mm, be fitted with a grid with the distance between the rods not less than 150 mm and not more than 230 mm, or with other suitable protective equipment. If you installed the water gate closes, it must be recognized. If the water does not need to close the main gate during fishing operations, closing equipment line with the IF and should be easily operated from easily available. (7) fishing vessels which are intended for areas where icing is possible, the water gate and close the grille must be easy to remove, to limit their blockage indication with ice. Open and remove the type of protective equipment line with the IF.
15. the rule. Anchor and mooring equipment (1) every ship shall be provided with a quick and secure to anchor equipment designed, consisting of anchors, enkurķēd or steel wire ropes, aizturmehānism and anchor windlasses or other equipment that provides the anchor lowering, lifting and holding the fishing vessel to anchor all foreseeable conditions of use. Each vessel shall be equipped with adequate mooring equipment that ensure the safe mooring of fishing vessel under all operating conditions. Anchor and mooring equipment must comply with the requirements, but IF to new fishing vessels with a length of m and a larger, built 1 January 2003 or later, the rules of recognised organisations. (2) fishing vessels with a length of 15 metres and over but less than 24 m, anchor and mooring device built according to one of the ships of the Republic of Latvia approved the rules for the classification society, or organization code of 1974 "fishermen and fishing vessel safety code" by the 1983 amendments to annex II of part "B" (code for the safety of fishing vessel, no to tunnel rivers and part B – Safety and health requirements for the construction and equipment of fishing vessel in annexe II), requirements. (3) For fishing vessels of 24 m in length and over, the anchor and mooring device built according to one of the rules of recognised organisations.
16. the rule. Fish processing deck closed bodywork (1) The Board shall be fitted with an efficient drainage system with sufficient capacity to conduct the drainage water and fish waste. (2) all openings necessary for fishing operations shall be provided with means of closing that can be operated by one man. (3) if the role is delivered to the deck and processing Division role places the fence. These fences must comply with Chapter III, rule 11. Must be an effective drainage system. Job Board provides adequate protection against accidental ingress. (4) must have at least two exits from such decks. (5) the unobstructed height of all workplaces must be fitted at least 2 m fixed ventilation system providing at least 6 x air exchanges per hour.
17. the rule. Draught scales (6) All vessels shall be provided with draught scales on both sides decimetro both fore and aft. (7) the draught scales as close as possible to the bow and aft perpendicular.
18. Rule. Tanks for the storage of fish chilled water (8) If installed in tanks for the storage of fish in refrigerated sea water or other similar equipment, these tanks shall be fitted with a separate, fixed system filling with the sea water and bilge. (9) If such tanks are also used in dry freight, the fitting system and provide pictures with the appropriate means to prevent water from getting into the picture of these passage system.
19. Rule. Marking of fishing vessels, this provision applies to all Latvian registered fishing vessels register of the vessels. (1) in accordance with EU regulation 1381/87, on both sides of the bow of the vessel, as high as possible above the waterline, it to be visible from both the air and the water, accumulate the fishing vessel registration number, registered in Latvian register of Ships. The number consists of three-letter code that identifies the ownership of the fishing vessel for Latvia and of the port, as well as a four-digit number. On fishing vessels with a length of more than 10 m but not more than 17 m, the height of the letters and numbers shall be not less than 25 cm and line width less than 4 cm. fishing vessels with a length of more than 17 m, the height of the letters and numbers shall be not less than 45 cm and line width less than 6 cm. Number of stencilled in color that contrasts with the background colour. (2) marine boats and fishing vessels with a length of less than 10 m, marked with the number consisting of the two-letter and three-digit numbers in the index. (3) the number should not delete, alter, conceal, hide, make it legible. (4) boats that constantly is on a fishing vessel shall be marked with the number of the vessel to which they belong. (5) the buoys and similar floating objects indicating the location of fishing gears, marked with the number of the vessel to which they belong. (6) a fishing vessel should always be issued to the Latvian vessel register of documents, which are: (a) the name of the fishing vessel; (b) the registration number of the vessel; (c) recognition of the signal, if the fishing vessel's radio station; (d) the owner of the vessel, or the name and address of the charterer; (e) fishing vessel length, engine power and fishing vessels which entered into service after 1 January 1987, the date of entry into operation. (7) fishing vessels with a length of more than 17 m must be approved to hold to the plan, which shows the capacity of cargo spaces in cubic metres. (8) to fishing vessels are equipped with tanks for the storage of fish in chilled condition must be confirmed to this tank plan detailing the tank capacity depending on the water level in those with an interval of 10 cm. Chapter III. Persistence and the ability of the sea if not specified otherwise, this chapter shall only apply to new fishing vessels.
1. the rule. The General rules for fishing vessels must be so designed and constructed so that the requirements would be met all the provisions of this chapter 7 under the loading times. The righting lever curves (static stability charts) must be estimated IF atzītai1. To new fishing vessels built on 1 January 2003 or later, the static stability diagram estimates carried out in accordance with the Organization's code on intact stability for all fishing vessel, type of fishing kuģiem2.
1 Organisation (IMO) resolution a. 168 (ES. Annex I to IV), and resolution of the ORGANIZATION (A) (VIII) 267. 2 not damaged fishing vessel persistence code for all types of fishing vessels, in accordance with the Organization's rules, adopted by the Organization in 1993 4 November resolution a.749 (18) and amendments set out in resolution MSC. 75 (69).
2. the rule. Stability criteria (1) the following minimum stability criteria must be met unless the operating pieredze3 does not convince if permissible deviations from them. Any deviations from the required minimum stability criteria for fishing vessels of 24 m in length and over and built in January 2003 or later authorized by the EU, the Member States need to inform all Member States: (a) the area under the righting lever curve (GZ curve) shall not be less than 0,055 m × creates heeling in the range of 0 ° to 30 ° and less than 0.09 m × creates heeling in the range of 0 ° to 40 in flooding or angle θf if it is less than 40. Accordingly, the area under the righting lever curve (GZ curve) shall not be less than 0.03 m × creates heeling in the range of 30 to 40, or from the angle of up to 30 flooding θf if it is less than 40. Flooding the angle of heel θf is the angle at which the through holes in the hull of the vessel, or deck construction home that cannot be quickly close an impervious, started a small quantity of the water and the vessel began to sink. Small openings through which large quantities of water into the hull of the vessel is not regarded as open; (b) the righting lever GZ at an angle of heel equal to or greater than 30 ° must not be less than 200 mm; (c) the maximum righting lever value of GZMAX should reach at an angle of heel not less than 30 °. Based case this angle must not be less than 25; (d) fishing vessels with a single deck of corrected the initial metacentric height GM shall not be less than 350mm. Fishing vessels with a continuous structure or who are more than 70 m height with metacentric consent may be reduced but in no case it can not be less than 150 mm. any deviations from the required minimum stability criteria, allowed by the IF, necessary to inform all Member States of the EU. (2) If the fishing vessel's equipment for the reduction of different amplitude yaw as cumin wedges, IF satisfied that (1) the above stability criteria is met in all the loading times. (3) If paragraph (1), the criteria for the performance guarantee, the ballast type and placement should be brought into line with the IF. To new fishing vessels built on 1 January 2003 or later with a length of less than 45 m, the ballast must be permanent, of a rigid material, secure the vessel. IF you can allow liquid ballast, which is stored entirely granted passage that is not connected to any of the fishing vessel's pumping system. If the liquid is used as permanent ballast to ensure compliance with paragraph (1), full information about the certificate of conformity and include Information on sustainability. Permanent ballast shall not be moved to or remove a fishing vessel from the fishing vessel without an opinion.
3 organization resolution a. 469 (XII), clause 2.5.2. Rule 3. Flooding of the fish hold of the heeling angle at which progressive flooding of the cargo tanks of fish can take place through the fishing process remained open tanks here and you can not close quickly, must be not less than 20 °, unless 2 of chapter III (1) the provisions of the stability criteria will not be met at the fish cargo space of partial or full flooding.
4. Rule. Special fishing methods (1) to new fishing vessels built on 1 January 2003 or later when dealing with specific fishing methods, during which they are exposed to additional external forces if needed, 2 (1) sustainability criteria may increase following the instructions. Side trawlers must fulfil the following increased stability criteria: (a) rules requirements for sustainability (GZ curve) of the chart area should be increased by 20%, but 2 (1) (b) requirements for the righting lever GZ shall be increased by 20%; (b) the metacentric height shall not be less than 500 mm; (c) the criteria set out in subparagraphs (a) and (b) shall apply only to fishing vessels with the main engines, with a power output not exceeding the calculated after the kilowatts the following formulas: 1. N = 0,6 Ls2 for vessels with a length of fishing, the m and less, and 2. N = 0,7 Ls2, fishing vessels with a length of m and a larger, where Ls is the largest length according to the tonnage certificate. Fishing vessels with a length of between 35 and 37 meters size, ratio at LSU is determined by interpolation between 0.6 and 0.7. If the full main engine power exceeds the standard capacity resulting from the formula 1 and 2, the criteria in accordance with subparagraphs (a) and (b) increases in direct proportion to a higher power. If you need to make sure that the stability criteria set out above are complied with certain conditions laid down in the provisions of this chapter 7 (1). Calculation of stability of side effects for up to 45 ° angle adopted in relation to the horizontal.
5. Rule. Severe wind and rolling (yaw) fishing vessels with a length of m and must be able to withstand severe wind and rolling sea of relevant exposure, taking into account the seasonal weather conditions, sea state, which will have to sail, the vessel type and the type of action. The relevant calculations shall be carried out in accordance with the Organization's code on intact stability for all fishing vessel, type of fishing vessels (resolution a.749 (18) and amendments set out in resolution MSC. 75 (69)).
6. Rule. Water on board for fishing vessels of 24 m in length or longer must be able to withstand the effects of water on board the relevant marine conditions, taking into account the seasonal weather conditions, sea state, which will have to sail, the vessel type and the type of action.
7. Rule. Loading variants (1) loading variants and types, which checks the stability of the vessel, consistent with IF and as required shall include: (a) going to fishing areas with 100% item, ice fishing equipment, etc.; (b) exit from the fishing grounds with the full role; (c) return to port with a full role and 10% inventory, etc.; (d) to return to port with 10% stock and t. t. and the minimum quantity that role typically adopt equal 20% of the full role, but then if the requirements can be up to 40% when fishing the way the basic value. (e) fishing with nets for fishing vessels: exit on fishing grounds with the fishing equipment, 30% of the item, not the role. (2) in addition to the loading variants described in paragraph (1), IF satisfied that the provisions defined in 2 of the minimum stability criteria in other current cases in loading, including those who have lower stability criteria values, within these criteria. IF YOU like to make sure that especially the loading cases related to changes in the design of the fishing vessel or fishing areas, which affect the sustainability of this chapter are respected, are taken into account. (3) the persistence, referred to in paragraph (1) in cases where the loading calculation shall include the following: (a) wet weight increase of fishing equipment; (b) workload the icing, in accordance with the provisions of condition 8; (c) the role of smooth distribution, provided this is not contrary to law; (d) the role of the Board, if it is provided for, the provisions of paragraphs (1) (b) (1) (c) and (2) in the specified loading times; (e) water ballast carried in one of the specially designed for tanks or other water ballast tanks equipped the carriage needs; (f) the free surfaces of liquid cargoes fixes and, if applicable, the transport role.
8. Rule. Fishing ice accretion (1) fishing vessels navigating in zonās1 where it is possible to ice storm, stability calculations take into account the following workload: (a) 30 kilograms on the open deck and go every square meters; (b) 7.5 kilograms on the tip of the fishing vessels in the two side on the vertical plane of the projection area of each square; (c) rail, apmastojum (except masts), takelējum (fishing vessels, which have no sailing), and other small objects small end surface on the vertical plane of the projection are observed, increasing the total surface area of solid by 5% and the area of the static torque is about 10%. (2) vessels intended for operations in areas where ice accretion may: (a) project, the minimalizēj icing; (b) be equipped with ice removal equipment IF you can pieprasīt3.
1 LJ Protocol annex 3 recommendations 2. See in annex 3 of this section IF the request to ice harvesting wood hammer required per fishing vessel meet the crew of the fishing vessel.
9. Rule. Heeling test (1) for each fishing vessel after construction completion, heeling test and determine the actual water residue and the coordinates of the Centre of gravity of a fishing vessel without a dedveit ("empty" fishing vessel). (2) if the fishing vessel is carried out rebuilding and changed it to "empty vessel" mass and/or the position of the Centre of gravity, if considered necessary, the fishing vessel shall take the heeling test and stability information audit. However, if the "empty vessel" mass changes exceeding 2% of the original, and with the calculations did not prove that the fishing vessel continues to comply with the stability criteria, the fishing vessel to carry out a test of heel. (3) IF the individual may be permitted to release the vessel heeling test, providing sustainability base data get from another, the same project of the vessel heeling test, making sure the stability information obtained by using this raw data is reliable for this fishing vessel. Tests and provision of heel 9 (1) the required parameters is carried out at least once every 10 years.
10. Rule. Stability information (1) the master shall provide a valid stability information, which enables easy and reliable assessment of the sustainability of the fishing vessels in different loading variantos4. Such information shall include special instructions to alert the captain about the loading variants that adversely affect either the persistence of fishing vessel or a rake. Sustainability information copy IF for approval 5. (2) the approved stability information should be on the fishing vessel, easily measurable and verifiable at any time for the periodic inspections of fishing vessels, provided that it is recognised as a good realistic loading options. (3) If the fishing vessel alteration affects its sustainability, stability calculations, corrected IF submitted for approval. If you decide that the stability information required to adjust the captain issued a new sustainability information in the old site.
4 LJ Protocol annex 3 recommendations 2. See in the annex to this chapter. 5. (A) resolution 267 (VIII).
11. Rule. Removable fish room distribution role should be properly secured against movement, which can cause dangerous fishing vessel to heel or trim. The split design of the tank, where they are housed, dimensions must match IF prasībām6.
6. A resolution 168 (ES IV), supplemented by resolution 268 (VIII).
12. the rule. Bow height (1) fishing vessel's bow height shall be sufficient to protect the vessel from the excessive water intake on the deck. (2) to new fishing vessels built on 1 January 2003 or later, working in a restricted area, no further than 10j. j. from the shore, the minimum bow height shall be determined in accordance with the opinion, taking into account the seasonal weather conditions, sea state, in which the vessel operates, its type and the type of action. (3) fishing vessels, working in all other areas: (a) If during fishing operations role must be loaded in the fish box through the hole located on the open deck, the wheelhouse forward of the superstructure or bow minimum height shall be calculated in accordance with the calculation methodology recommended attachment 27. recommendation 4 "bow height estimation method". (b) if the role must be loaded in the fish box through the hole located on the open deck, protected by a wheelhouse or bodywork, front end minimum height shall be calculated in accordance with the 1969 Convention on cargo mark 39 Annex I rules, however, it may not be less than 2000 mm. In this context, in summer free onboard height determines the maximum allowed working draft.
13. the rule. The maximum permissible operating draught maximum permissible operating draught IF approved. It must be such that the stability criteria this chapter II and chapter VI the requirements in all the loading cases would be satisfied.
14. the rule. Dividing partitions and crash resistance of fishing vessels with a length of 100 m and longer, with the number of people on board and 100 more to be able to stay on the water with positive stability, after flooding of any one of the bin in the event of an emergency, taking into account the type of vessels and shipping areas. Calculations carried out in accordance with footnote (7).
(7) recommendation 5.
Recommendations to the weather criterion (strong Crosswinds and total exposure of zvalstīb) for the determination of fishing vessels.
[Organisation (IMO) resolution a. 680 (17)]








Chapter IV. Machinery and electrical equipment (A) rule 1. If the rules do not indicate otherwise, this chapter shall apply to new fishing vessels with a length of 15 m and longer. On existing fishing vessels subject to special sections of this chapter.
2. the rule. Definitions (1) "main steering transmission" means machinery, power packs, if any apply, auxiliary equipment and features that provide a torque to the drive shaft to steering in normal operating conditions effectively amended by corners and guide the ship. (2) "spare steering transmission" means equipment designed to effectively amend the corner and guide vessels in case the main steering transmission stops working. (3) "steering transmission power pack" means: (a) an electric steering transmission, electric motor and its associated electrical equipment; (b) electro-hydraulic steering RAM – electric motor, its associated electrical equipment and connected pump; (c) other hydraulic steering RAM-piedzenoš engine and connected pump. (4) "maximum operating speed" is the greatest speed which the ship is designed for fishing, at the maximum authorized draught. (5) "maximum reverse speed" means the speed which the fishing vessel can develop at a maximum design capacity and at reversing the maximum authorised draught. (6) "fuel system" means equipment that is used to prepare the fuel supply pots, working with liquid fuel, or equipment that is used to produce fuel for internal combustion engines supply. This includes high pressure pumps, filters, heaters, and so on, working with fuel at a pressure of more than 0.18 N/mm2. (7) "normal operational and habitable condition" means a condition in which a fishing vessel, its machinery in General, major and palīgdzeniekārt, steering, safe navigation, equipment that reduce fire and a fishing vessel with water of the budgetisation proposal; the risk of internal and external communications and signāllīdzekļ, leaving the fishing vessel and the glābējlaiv of the winch is in working condition and habitable conditions provides minimal comfort. (8) "fishing vessel without energy" is a condition in which the main and auxiliary machinery, boilers of dzeniekārt are not working because there is no input of energy. (9) "Chief slēgdēl" is slēgdēl, which is directly connected to the main power source and for electricity distribution. (10) "not service the engine periodically" is the engine room, which is located on the main dzeniekārt and the main electro-energy sources and not always, including a fishing vessel carrying out maneuvers, is located in the service staff.
3. Rule. General mechanisms.
(1) main dzeniekārt mechanisms, control equipment, power cables, the stern tube equipment, fuel, compressed air, electrical and refrigeration systems, auxiliary machinery, boilers and other pressure vessels, pipelines, pumps and steering, power transmission shaft and the clutch are designed, manufactured, tested, installed and serviced according to the rules of recognised organisations. Machines and equipment, as well as lifting devices, winches and fish handling and processing equipment must be fitted with safety devices to reduce to a minimum any danger to people who are in a fishing vessel. Special attention should be paid to the mechanism of the moving parts, hot surfaces and other dangerous things. (2) the engine room shall be designed to ensure the safe and free access to all machines and consoles, as well as those sites that need to perform regular maintenance. The engine provides sufficient ventilation. (3) (a) provides funds to help ensure or restore the main mechanism of action of dzeniekārt, in case any of the auxiliary machinery stops working. Pay particular attention to the following work: (i) the equipment that provides the fuel supply to the main dzeniekārt under pressure mechanisms; (ii) equipment that provides normal oils pressure lubrication system; (iii) the hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical main dzeniekārt mechanism, including the base with variable step, the management of funds; (iv) equipment, which provides the main water pressure mechanism of dzeniekārt cooling systems; and (v) air compressor and pressure vessels intended for engine start-up and management needs. Taking into account the overall safety of the vessel, IF you can accept this part of the system performance changes with respect to the normal mode. (b) provide for the means by which the fishing vessel without power tools and equipment can be operated without help from the sidelines. (4) the main and auxiliary machinery of dzeniekārt that provide movement and fishing vessel safety, to be able to work at the fishing vessel static tilting up to 15 ° on either side and the dynamic heeling up to 22.5 ° on either side, as well as at the same time that heeling with dynamic trim to 7.5 ° to bow or stern. IF may derogate from these angles, taking into account the fishing vessel's type, size and operating conditions. (5) the main dzeniekārt mechanisms, constructed and installed in such a way that normal operation modes of vibration they generate does not cause excessive tension mechanism.
Electrical equipment.
(6) electrical equipment shall be designed and built in such a way as to ensure: (a) systems required to maintain the vessel in normal operational and habitable condition without using emergency energy sources; (b) fishing vessels for safety critical systems, if you stopped work in the main source of electrical power; (c) the fishing vessel and its crew protection from exposure to electric power. (7) IF satisfied that the 16.-18. rules are uniformly implemented and applied in accordance with the rules of recognised organisations.
Do not service the engine periodically.
(8) the fishing vessels with no recurring service engine in addition to the (3) to (8) and g/1 to g/44 must meet the requirements of the rules (19) to (24) the requirements of the rules. (9) IF YOU must perform all the requirements to ensure that all mechanisms work safely under all operating conditions, including the fishing vessel carrying out maneuvers, and introduced rules of recognised organisations for the appropriate mechanism for regular inspection and testing procedures to ensure the safe mechanism always work. (10) in accordance with the requirements of recognised organisations, a fishing vessel should be a document that certifies that the vessel is suitable for operation with a non serviceable engine periodically.
(B) part. Mechanical equipment Regulations 4. Mechanisms (1) fishing vessel's main and auxiliary machinery, which are essential for the safety of fishing vessels and the motion, provided with effective management tools. (2) internal combustion engine cylinder diameter is greater than 200 mm, or a crankcase volume of which is greater than 0.6 m3, shall be provided with crankcase recognized type and sufficient cross sectional area of the pressure relief valves to prevent the possibility of explosion. (3) main and auxiliary machinery, as well as parts of these mechanisms, including pressure vessels, which is subject to internal pressure shall be provided with means to prevent that the allowable pressure is exceeded during operation. (4) all the leads, the shaft and the connections that use power delivery mechanisms that ensure the movement of the vessel, safety and fishing vessel safety for persons, designed and built in such a way that they can withstand the maximum loads that might occur under all operating conditions, the fishing vessel. (5) the main dzeniekārt mechanisms, if necessary, the auxiliary machinery, shall be equipped with devices that automatically switch off in case of damage, such as, for example, lubrication system fault, which can quickly cause serious damage, complete breakdown or explosion. To install emergency alarm which gives an alarm mechanism before automatic the suspension. IF you can allow features that turn off automatic shutdown device. Taking into account the fishing vessel's type and operating conditions, IF may be exempted from the conditions of paragraph (5).
5. Rule. The reverse features of (1) the ship should be provided with sufficient capacity reversing features that ensure the proper management of the fishing vessels in all normal operating conditions. (2) to check the capacity of the facility in the sea sufficient for a short amount of time to change the direction of thrust propellers and thus acceptable for the short road to stop the vessels that go with the maximum operating speed.
6. Rule. Steam boilers, feed systems and steam cord (1) every boiler and every recovery steam generator shall be provided with not less than two adequate throughput of safety valves. But given the steam boiler or steam generator rendering performance or other characteristics, IF may be authorised in accordance with the rules of a recognised organisation to set up only one safety valve, if it is satisfied that adequate protection against excessive pressure in the boiler. (2) every boiler, working with liquid fuel and is designed to operate without a guard, fitted with a safety device that turns off the fuel supply and turn on the alarm, if the water level drops below the permissible interference occurs, air supply or off the flame. (3) if the special consideration in boiler installation, to ensure that the power supply system, control apparatus and safety equipment are appropriate and provide steam boiler, pressure vessel and steam cord safety.
7. Rule. Communication between the wheelhouse and the engine room must be made for two independent means of communication between the wheelhouse and the engine room switchboard. One of them must be a telegraph machine. On board fishing vessels with a length of less than 45 m and the main dzeniekārt mechanisms operated from the wheelhouse, where you can allow to use communication features that are different from the Telegraph machine. Fishing vessels with a length of less than m, but greater than 15 m, provides a means of communication in accordance with the set.
8. Rule. Dzeniekārt mechanism of control from the wheelhouse (1) if the dzeniekārt mechanism of distance control is performed from the wheelhouse: (a) in all operating conditions, including maneuvering, propeller speed, direction of thrust and variable pitch propeller shall be fully controlled from the wheelhouse; (b) in subparagraph (a) the intended distance control with control means that meet the rules of recognised organisations and, if necessary, provides funds that exclude the main mechanism of dzeniekārt overload option; (c) the wheelhouse provided in subparagraph (a) of the proposed devices independent of the main dzeniekārt the mechanism of the emergency stop device; (d) the mechanism of dzeniekārt distance control simultaneously must be possible only from one console, if it is allowed to use the related management tools. Each control provides the indications that indicate, from one of the control mechanisms of the dzeniekārt at the time. Control for switching between the wheelhouse and the engine room must be possible only in the machinery space or machinery control, central control. On board fishing vessels with a length of less than 45 m, IF you can allow that control panel engine is used only as an emergency control that is installed with sufficient control and management system in the wheelhouse. (e) the wheelhouse shall be indicators that captures: (i) propeller speed and direction of rotation in the case of controllable pitch propellers with fixed; (ii) propeller speed and stick State fishing vessels with variable pitch propellers; (iii) as well as set up 4. rules provided for in paragraph (5) of the emergency alarm. (f) provide for the possibility of dzeniekārt the main mechanisms to drive from the local console if stops any distance control unit. (g) if one if you do not consider it necessary, the distance control system designed to stop the run, wake alarm and saved the previous speed and direction of thrust propellers, to the machinery control continues from the local console. (h) the main mechanism for automatic launch attempts limited to not launch. exhausted Provide warning alarms to indicate low starting air pressure in the system, but which turns off the air pressure at which you can still run the main engine. (2) If the main machinery and auxiliary machinery related to them, including the main power source is supplied with different levels and automatic distance control systems, and guards made a continuous monitoring mechanism from the central console, centre console designed, equipped and installed that the mechanism would work as safe and effective as if it were made a direct mechanism for monitoring. (3) automated launch, management and control systems include automatic system hands off features that you can apply to any automatic system in case of damage of the element.
9. Rule. The compressed air system (1) provides funds to prevent too great a possibility of pressure in any compressed air system and, where possible, the compressed air into the compressor and air cooler covers, causing a dangerous pressure. All systems shall be equipped with safe means of pressure reduction. (2) the main internal combustion engine starting air system adequately protects against engine flame and explosion into the possibility of starting air pipes. (3) all filling the air pipes from starting air compressors to go directly to the starting air cylinders, but all run pipelines from balloons to the main and auxiliary propulsion machinery must be completely different from the compressor piping. (4) it should be reduced to a minimum the entry of oil potential of compressed air pipelines should provide the means for the treatment of liquids pipelines.
10. Rule. Fuel, lubricating oil and other flammable liquids capable of order (1) use as fuel must not be used for petroleum products with a flash point below 60 OC (closed container test). The exception is emergency generators, which may use fuel with a flash point of not less than 43oC. IF you can allow a general fuel with a flash point of not less than 43oC, use a fishing vessel if security measures which are deemed sufficient, and subject to the condition that the areas where fuel is stored and used, the temperature never exceeds the temperature that is about 10oC below the flash point of the fuel. (2) it is necessary to provide safe and effective means to determine how much fuel is in the tank each. If you apply the mērījam tubes, their upper ends are placed in secure locations and be fitted with appropriate means of closure. You can use the measuring equipment of sufficiently thick glass, if they are metal enclosures and is installed automatically closing valves. You can apply a different type of features to determine how much fuel is in the tank, ensuring each that their errors or overfilling the tank can happen due to a fuel spill. (3) the funds must be used to prevent excessive pressure from occurring in any oil tank and in any part of the fuel system, including the filling pipes. Pressure relief valves, air and overflow pipes to load off the system in a safe place and manner. (4) on the fuel pipes, which can happen in the event of damage to the fuel leaking from the top of the double bottom fishing vessels deployed in the fuel tanks, these tanks to be directly mounted to the valve, which in the event of fire in the space, which are located in the tank is to be concluded from certain places outside this space. In some cases, when the fuel tank is positioned in the shaft or pipe tunnels or other similar places to those installed in the valve, but in the event of fire, it should be possible to conclude the fuel supply to them with other valve which located in addition to the pipe or pipes outside such tunnel or similar space. If such additional valve is fitted in the machinery space, it must be possible to conclude from a location outside the machinery space. (5) the fuel pumps must be separated from all other systems. Fuel pumps shall be fitted with pressure relief valves. If the fuel tanks are also used as ballast tanks, provide a secure means to separate the ballast and fuel system. (6) fuel tanks located in the event of a leak or overflow fuel not on heated surfaces. Measures should be taken to exclude the possibility that the fuel could be under pressure from the pumps, spurted filters, heaters, come on heated surfaces. (7) (a) the fuel pipes, valves and other fittings must be made of steel or other equivalent material, provided that a minimum of flexible pipes are used. These flexible pipes and their end connections must be made with adequate strength and of approved fire-resistant materials or lined with fireproof material coating in accordance with the rules of recognised organisations. This flexible tube assembly is carried out in accordance with the circular of the organisation – the MSC. Circ. 647 "guidelines for minimal leakages from flammable liquid systems". (b) where it is necessary to fuel and oil pipelines installed skins, or use other means to prevent oil from getting into the fuel or on heated surfaces or mechanism for air suction manifold. Permissible minimum number of connections in the pipelines. (8) if it is reasonably practicable, the fuel tank must be part of the design of the fishing vessel and located outside of machinery spaces of category "A". If the fuel tanks, double bottom tanks which do not need to deploy the engine room or beside it, at least for this vertical wall of a tank should match the boundaries of the engine room bulkhead and preferably to be common with this double bottom tanks deployed in the area. The following fuel tanks in the engine room of the surface should be minimal. Fuel tanks, located in the machinery spaces of category "A", is present in the fuel with a flash point below than 60oC. In General, you should avoid scattered fuel tank landing fire places and especially in machinery spaces of category "A". If you have allowed scattered fuel tank installation, it will be mounted on hermetic pads of sufficient size that the drain pipe connecting the fuel tank to the dirty. (9) in the machinery spaces, ensure sufficient ventilation to the engine under all operating conditions not accrued in fuel vapours. (10) the circulating lubrication system for Equipment used in oil storage and use must conform to the rules of recognised organisations. This equipment in machinery spaces of category "A", and, if practicable, in other machinery spaces must correspond to at least (1), (3), (6) and (7) the requirements of paragraph and, if in accordance with the rules of recognised organisations is also (2) and (4) the requirements of paragraph 1. Mērstikl the application is allowed the lubrication systems, where there is experimental evidence that these glasses are enough fire. (11) provide equipment capable of burning hydraulic oil as well as oil not specified in paragraph (10) and for the control and heating systems, storage, and use of, of conformity to the requirements of recognised organisations. Where a potential ignition source, this equipment shall correspond to at least (2) and (6) the requirements of paragraph 1 and in respect of strength and construction (3) and (7) the requirements of paragraph 1. (12) the flammable fuel and oil may not be able to keep the front peak tanks.
11. Rule. Bilge system (1) ships shall be provided with efficient bilge pumping system that all the operating conditions can be any fishing vessel atsūknē airtight compartments and fuel and water tanks, the fishing vessel both on an even keel, with both heel and trim. To do everything you need to get free water at the intake horns. Permitted in separate compartments of the vessel not to install a bilge features if you consider that it does not have a negative effect on the safety of fishing vessels. (2) (a) on each fishing vessel to provide at least two bilge pumps with independent drive, one of which may be a main engine of the recovery. As bilge pumps can use a ballast pumps or other universal meanings pumps with sufficient yield. (b) bilge pump output provides to it the main bilge line create the water flow with a speed of at least 2 m/sec. The main bilge pipe inside diameter line shall be at least: d = 25 + 1.37 L (B + D) where: d is the internal diameter in millimeters, but L, B and D are in metres. In accordance with the formula set out in the main bilge pipe internal diameter rounded off to the nearest standard size acceptable ALREADY. (c) every bilge provided for in these provisions pump directly attached to the suction engine horns right and left sides of the pictures. On board fishing vessels with a length of less than 75 m, only one bilge pump must be directly connected to the suction engine pictures of horns. (d) the bilge pumping system the pipe internal diameter must not be less than 50 mm. Bilge system pipe sizes and placement of set to higher specific bilge pump capacity can be fully applied to any fishing vessel from collision to partition the rear bulkhead, bilge peak. (3) IF the consent of the ejector with pictures independent drive high pressure sea water pump is considered one of the point (2) (a) the specific bilge pumps. (4) on board fishing vessels, fish processing which result in closed rooms to accumulate a lot of water, adequate drainage system. (5) through the fuel, ballast or double bottom tanks must be put in the bilge system pipes, provided they are not placed in hermetic durable steel construction of the tunnels. (6) the bilge and ballast systems so that through them the sea or ballast water could not get to the cargo, machinery spaces, or from one watertight compartment in the other. Bilge system suction horns, which are attached to the pump which pumped offshore or ballast water shall be equipped with a reversible valves and taps, which can not be open simultaneously to image and on sea water pumping, or to image and to the ballast tanks. Also, the bilge system valve boxes installed permanently valves. (7) the bilge pumping system of pipes that pass through the collision bulkhead shall be fitted with a forced closing by means of distance control from the job board and indicator, which indicates the valve position. If the valve is mounted in the aft side of the bulkhead, and is available in all operating conditions of the fishing vessel, allowed valve shall not be equipped with distance control.
12. the rule. Noise protection measures must be taken to reduce the harmful effects of noise on staff to the level of the machinery space, as determined by the Organization in 1981 to 19 November resolution 468 (XII) adopted the code "About noise levels on board fishing vessels."
13. the rule. Steering (1) a ship shall be fitted with a recognized organization requirements the main steering gear and rudder actuators of the reserve. The main and spare wheel so constructed that leads as far as practicable, if one stops working RAM, not driven the other RAM activities stop. (2) if the main steering linkage consists of two or more power packs and stops the run if one of these power packs, the main steering linkage can provide steering, however, in accordance with the requirements of paragraph (10), it is not necessary to set up a spare wheel RAM. Each unit is operated through a separate circuit. (3) where the steering gear is powered from the power source, the wheelhouse must be the rudder position indicator. Rudder position indicator must function independently of the wheel drive control system. (4) any wheel drive Steering in the event of the failure of the House ensure the alarm actuation. (5) the wheelhouse shall be electric and electro-hydraulic steering gear engine work indicators. Electric motor and elektroķēd provide protection against short circuit, as well as the warning alarm on overload and power failure. If the installed protection against exceeding the permissible current, it is calculated at least to double protected circuit or motor full load current of strength and it must pass the appropriate starting currents. (6) the main steering gear shall be designed sufficiently strong and appropriate, to ensure the management of the fishing vessel to the maximum operational speed. The main steering gear and steering shaft shall be so designed that they are spoiling, the fishing vessel moving in reverse with the maximum speed, or maneuvering during fishing. (7) the main steering transmission must ensure the transposition of the Steering in one side until the 35-35 in the second Board at the highest permitted fishing vessel's draught and greater operating speed. Main transmission capacity must be sufficient for the steering of the transposition of one side to 35 35 a second port, to the above parameters, not more than 28 seconds. To comply with those conditions, if necessary, set up a steering transmission power packs. (8) the main supply power packs shall be so constructed that it either can be actuated from the wheelhouse with the hand, or it worked automatically when power supply is restored following its failure. (9) the spare steering transmission must be sufficiently strong and adequate to ensure control of fishing vessels at the speed with which the vessel is travelling, as well as to be quickly activated in emergencies. (10) the spare steering transmission must ensure the transposition of the Steering in one side, up to 15-15 on the other side of time, which shall not exceed 60 seconds, the fishing vessel go to half of the maximum ahead service speed or 7 knots of speed, though, whichever is greater. To comply with this condition, if necessary, replacement steering RAM mounted power packs. (11) on fishing vessels with a length of 75 m and more, provides electric and electro-hydraulic steering RAM feeding through at least two independent circuits, each of which connects directly to the main distribution Board.
14. the rule. Engineers ' alarm signal fishing vessels with a length of 75 m and higher, be equipped with an alarm, the mechanic you can turn of the engine control panel, and who are well audible mechanics cabins saloon, dining areas, smoking areas and on the working deck closed.
15. the rule. The role of refrigeration system for saving (1) refrigeration system designed, manufactured, tested and installed in accordance with the JAA requirements, taking into account the security of the system and the chlorine fluorine carbon (CFC) or other ozone destructive substances that are harmful to human health or the environment, emissions from cold agents both in quantity and concentration. (2) the refrigeration system only permitted IF recognized cold agents. Chlorination or CFC that ozone depletion potential is higher than 5% of CFC-11, for use as cold agent. (3) (a) of the refrigeration equipment is adequately protected against vibration, expansion, contraction, explosions, etc., and be fitted with an automatic protection system, which prevents dangerous temperature and pressure increases. (b) refrigeration system where the agent is used as cold toxic or flammable substances shall be equipped with drainage systems, which leads to the places where the cold Agent no longer represents a danger to the fishing vessel or fishing vessels. (4) (a) fishing vessels of All partitions, which deploys the refrigeration system, including capacitors and gas tanks, which are stored in the toxic agent, the cold is separated from the rest of the partitions with gas-tight bulkheads. Each partition in which to deploy refrigeration machinery, including capacitors and gas tanks, fitted with a gas leak detection system, which is located next to the light in the room, at the entrance of the refrigeration machine compartment. Refrigeration machine compartment shall be fitted with independent ventilation systems and water sprinkler system. (b) where, taking into account the size of the vessel, the position is not practical, the refrigeration system can be placed in the engine room of the vessel, stating that only use a cold agent which, even the whole gas venting may not be dangerous in people working in the engine and that is set the alarm that warns if spills partition created dangerous gas concentrations. (5) in order to avoid the possibility of freezing of human power, signalling mechanism of the premises located in the wheelhouse or the central control console. At least one out of refrigeration machinery rooms must be opened from the inside. If it is practical, the exit from rooms containing toxic or flammable gas operating refrigeration equipment, shall not be provided so that they directly led to the living quarters. (6) If in the refrigeration equipment used to man the harmful gas, provide at least two breathing apparatus. One of those places where there is minimal probability that cold agent leaks, it will become unavailable. The requirements you can use breathing apparatus for fire-fighting equipment of fishing vessels, if they are placed so that they can be used for both purposes. Breathing apparatus shall be provided with spare cylinders. (7) a fishing vessel provides comprehensive instructions for the safe operation of the refrigeration equipment and how to handle emergency situations.
(C) part. 16. Electrical installations Rules. Main source of electrical power (1) (a) in the case where the electrical power is the only tool that allows the movement of fishing vessels and auxiliary machinery essential for job security, a ship equipped with a main power source, which consists of at least two generators, one of which can be operated from the main engine. In accordance with the rules of recognised organisations IF you can accept other equipment with equivalent electricity capacity. (b) The generator capacity must be sufficient to ensure the rule 3 (6) (a) specific functions, except for fishing and fish processing capacity required in case one of the generators stop. On board fishing vessels with a length of less than 45 m, in the event that one of the generators, electrical power must be enough equipment to work with the movement of fishing vessels and safety. (c) the fishing vessel's main power source designed to ensure rule 3 (6) (a) specific function (s), regardless of the main engine or shaft rotation speed and direction. (d) in the case provided for in that provision of energy supply systems is an essential component of the transformers, a system designed to ensure the continuity of the electricity supply. (2) (a) the main lighting system designed to fire or other emergency room or on premises in the main source of electrical power, including transformers, if they are used, continuous emergency lighting system run. (b) the emergency lighting system designed to fire or other emergency room or on premises of the emergency source of power, including transformers, if they are used, do not stop using the main lighting system. (3) If the fishing vessel is only electrically switchable navigation lights, it operated from a separate distribution boards, providing a convenient way to perform this transaction control lights.
17. the rule. Emergency source of electrical power (1) to provide for autonomous emergency source of electrical power, which, in accordance with the requirements placed above the lowest operating waterline, outside the machinery spaces, and able to operate in case of fire, flood, or other reason stops working the main electrical equipment. (2) taking into account the starting current of the strength and variability of individual loads, the emergency electrical power source must provide at least three hours of work: (a) rule IX/6 (1) (a) and (b) the VHF radio installations specified and if applicable: (i) rule IX/8 (1) (a) and (b) and rule IX/9 (1) (b) and (c) set out VV radio equipment; (ii) rule IX/9 (1) (a) fishing vessels laid down – the Earth station; (iii) IX/9 (2) (a) and (b) and IX/10 (1) LG/set ARRAY radio equipment. (b) the fishing vessel's internal communications equipment, fire detection and alarm systems, the need for emergency cases; (c) lights and emergency lighting: (i) a rescue boat launching sites, including marine lighting; (ii) on the stairs and corridors at the exits; (iii) the premises in which the deployed mechanisms, or the emergency source of power; (iv) the control panel; (v) fish processing facilities; (d) fire pump, if any. (3) the emergency source of electrical power can be dīzeļģenerator or the battery. (4) (a) if the emergency source of power is dīzeļģenerator, it shall be equipped with an independent fuel supply system and IF the requirements of appropriate launch. If not for the other independent emergency generator running feature, the only existing launch energy sources shall be protected so that it cannot be used, making the repeated attempts of starting with an automatic start System. (b) if the emergency source of power is the battery without recharging the battery, it must be able to withstand the load, maintaining emergency discharge period voltage + 12% of nominal. The main power system in case of damage, the batteries automatically to connect to emergency slēgdēļ and immediately be provided with energy points (2) (b) and (c) certain consumers. Emergency slēgdēl to be equipped with a manual switch, with which the battery can be connected if there is a corrupted automatic locking system. (5) emergency slēgdēl installed as much as practicable probably close to an emergency power source, in accordance with the requirements of paragraph (1). If the emergency source of electrical power is a generator, emergency slēgdēl to be installed in the same place, provided that it does not adversely affect the work of the slēgdēļ. (6) in accordance with the requirements of this Regulation fitted battery battery located well ventilated room. The battery is not installed in the space containing the emergency slēgdēl. On emergency slēgdēļ or the engine control panel mounted indicator showing that batteries that are emergency source of electrical power, drains. Normal operating condition of the emergency fed slēgdēl main slēgdēļ through feeders to the main slēgdēļ which is a protection against overloads and short circuit. Emergency slēgdēl to be so constructed that if it stops functioning main source of electrical power, automatically connect to the emergency power supply. In case the system is also reversible operations, also to emergency slēgdēļ feeders provides protection against short circuit at least. (7) emergency generators, engines, which it recovered and batteries shall be so constructed that they can work with a full load and the fishing vessel was on an even keel, and with the heel up to the to any side, 22.5, and trim of up to 10 simultaneously to the bow or the stern, though at any angle specified in these combinations. (8) the emergency source of electrical power and auto launch equipment designed and installed as to enable the fishing crew it could check the fishing vessel was in service.
18. Rule. Protection against shock, fire or other danger, which could be the cause of electricity (1) (a) electric motor and equipment exposed metal parts that should not be under tension, but that damage can come in low voltage, earthed, except when the electric motor and equipment: (i) work with direct current voltage not exceeding of which 55 g, or alternating current, which weighted average voltage between the managers shall not exceed 55 g, to get this voltage, do not use auto; (ii) working with the power that does not exceed 250 V voltage of the insulated safety transformer, which feeds only one consumer; (ii) is made in accordance with the principle of double insulation. (b) allowed only use a portable electrical equipment work with safe voltage; This exposed metal part of the equipment, which should not be under tension, but that damage can come in low voltage, earthed. If you require additional security measures for portable lamps, electric tools, and similar equipment used in tight or wet rooms where special hazards cause increased conductivity. (c) All electrical apparatus shall be constructed and installed in such a way as to serve them properly and avoid touching them injury. (2) the main and emergency slēgdēļ to construct ancillary staff to ensure easy and safe access to machines and devices. Slēgdēļ rear and side, but well need front panels according to around freely. The front panel of the Slēgdēļ not install the loose elements that are under greater stress, in relation to the ground, than IF specified. Slēgdēļ front and rear, where appropriate, set dielectric carpets or grid. (3) (a) fishing vessels with a length of 75 m and higher, it is prohibited to use a fishing vessel hull as the other wire, lighting and heating grids. (b) in subparagraph (a) the requirement shall not exclude, in agreement with if: (i) use the cathodic corrosion protection systems; (ii) limited and locally earthed systems; (iii) isolation level control equipment, provided that the leakage current for the worst conditions, shall not exceed 30 m. (c) if the fishing vessel's hull is used as the second cord, all branches of the end that is all the circuits that are connected after the last safety component must be of the two wires and at it to do specially IF aligned, with security measures. (4) (a) if the power, lighting or heating circuits use a grounded primary or secondary power distribution system provides for the device, which provides insulation against ground-level continuous control. (b) if the power distribution system is designed in accordance with the provisions of subparagraph (a) and used direct current that voltage exceeds 55 V, or alternating current, which mean square voltage between drivers exceeding 55 g, provides a device that provides insulation against ground-level control and give a continuous sound or light signal, if the isolation level becomes unacceptably low. (c) Limit the length of the distribution system, which operates from a DC supply voltage of which does not exceed and 250 V or AC power and weighted average voltage not exceeding 250 V between the drivers, the need for compliance with (a) the requirements laid down in point IF. (5) (a) except in the cases which allow exceptional cable metal protective cover and armor must be electrically continuous and grounded. (b) All electric cables and wires must be at least a type that does not spread flames and fitted so as not to reduce the proliferation of flame characteristics. IF you can allow for special purposes, such as the high-frequency radio, use cables that do not meet the above requirement. (c) Electrical wires and used by responsible or emergency power elektroķēd, as well as lighting, fishing vessel, internal communications and signalling, as far as practicable be installed outside the galley, machinery spaces of category A and other high risk zones, as well as the dry washes, fish processing premises and other premises with the raised humidity. If the cables connecting fire pumps with emergency slēgdēl installed through the high forest fire risk zone, they must be refractory type. These cables, if practicable, shall be installed so that they cannot be damaged, partitions, sakarst what would happen if next to a fire in the room. (d) to take special security measures in accordance with the requirements if the cables that are installed in hazardous areas, in case of damage you may cause a fire or explosion hazard. (e) strengthen the wires in such a way as to exclude it pārrīvēšan or other damage. (f) All connections and connections made it to keep the original cables in electrical, mechanical, flame propagation characteristics and not where it is needed, also ugunsizturīgum. (g) the premises of the refrigeration equipment installed on cables that is resistant to the low temperatures and humidity. (6) (a) electrical circuits must be protected against short circuit. They must also protect against overload, except for the provisions of this chapter 13 cases and in cases where the specific exceptions. (b) where the set protection device against overload, to be permanently identified, these devices rated or set characteristics. (7) lighting appliances shall be so installed as to prevent excessive heat up, as they could damage the cord and other surrounding materials. (8) the lighting and power circuits terminating in areas where there is risk of fire or explosion, the switches shall be arranged outside these premises. (9) (a) space, storing the battery, construction and ventilation must be matched. (b) exception (10) the cases provided for in paragraph 1 may not be placed in those premises the electrical or other equipment which can ignite flammable vapours. (c) the battery must not be stored in residential premises, except that they are placed in an airtight container. (10) in rooms where flammable mixtures possible accumulation and premises for the storage of batteries not installed any electrical equipment if one IF not sure is this electrical equipment: (a) the need for operational purposes; (b) a type of combustible mixture, which excludes the possibility of ignition; (c) designed the space; (d) certified for use in dust, vapour and gas accumulation. (11) All wood mast and she carried her topmast away with lightning arresters shall be provided. If the fishing vessel is made of materials which do not run by electricity, lightning arresters shall be accompanied by appropriate wire copper plate that is attached to the hull of the vessel below the waterline below as possible.
(D) part. Periodically an unmanned machinery spaces of rule 19. Fire protection. Fire prevention (1) special attention given to the high pressure fuel pipes. If it is practically possible, streaming fuel from this pipe systems collect a suitable drainage tanks, which shall be equipped with an alarm that warns of the tank overflow. (2) if the fuel tanks are filled automatically, or by distance control, take measures to avoid fuel leakage during tank overfilling. Similar measures shall be taken in respect of all equipment that automatically work with flammable liquids, such as fuel separator, which, if it is practical, deploy special separators and heaters in a room intended for it. (3) if the fuel tanks are equipped with heaters, installed alarm system, which gives a warning signal for the ignition temperature of the fuel.
Fire detection (4) install the machinery spaces, to the recognized principle of self-control build fire detection system, in which the device is intended for periodic inspections. (5) the fire detection system shall include both Visual and audible alarm in the wheelhouse and other spaces in which the crew of the fishing vessel could hear and see at the time, when a fishing vessel is in port. (6) the fire detection system shall automatically be provided with power from the emergency source of power when the main power source stops working. (7) the internal combustion engine with a capacity of 2500 kW and larger be equipped with crankcase oil vapour concentration or engine bearing temperature control system, and other equivalent devices. (8) IF the fishing vessel is installed and rule 22 and g/40 g/requirements of fixed fire-extinguishing systems. (9) on fishing vessels with a length of 75 m and higher, take the following measures to make it possible to immediately distribute water from the main fire-fighting systems: (a) provide the ability to actuate the main fire pumps from the wheelhouse and from the fire control console, if one is installed; or (b) provide constant pressure maintenance system of the main fire, while ensuring against frost. (10) the confinement of the engine in the event of fire, the fire control system of distribution and centralization, rule 24 closing down facilities, ventilation, fuel pumps etc. and maintenance of the equipment must meet the IF requirements. IF you can require to supply the ships with fire-fighting facilities and equipment, as well as with breathing apparatus in addition to the relevant requirements of chapter V.
20. Rule. Protection against water entering the engine room pictures (1) .1 bilge waters of the set level alarm, which detects the accumulation of water wells constructed at normal fishing vessel heeling and trim and turn on the Visual and audible alarms where a permanent guard. (2) any valve, through which sea water suctions, the evacuation of the vessel below the waterline or .1 bilge water ejector, controls placed in places, so you have enough time to use them in case the partition into the water.
21. the rule. Due to fishing vessels with a length of m and more, one of the rules laid down in 7 communications equipment must be safe voice feature. Secure additional voice feature set communication between the wheelhouse and the engineers ' living quarters, mess, mess rooms, smoking areas and closed the working deck.
22. the rule. Alarm system (1) fitted alarm system to warn of any defects that need attention. (2) (a) alarm system to ensure sound engine and visual indication of each signal to the site. On board fishing vessels with a length of less than 45 m, IF you can allow to use the system, which provides a visual indication of each signal in the wheelhouse only. (b) fishing vessels with a length of 45 m and higher, alarm system connected to the mechanics of the accommodation through the selector that enables connection to one of the cabins and engineer sharing the premises, if any. IF you can allow the use of an alternative equipment which provides an equivalent level of safety. (c) fishing vessels with a length of 45 m and larger if the specified time there is no response from the crew of the fishing vessel to a fault indication, turn on the call sign of the mechanic and the call sign in the wheelhouse of the guard personnel. (d) the need to ensure a sound and visual alarm in the wheelhouse when necessary to keep watch in the responsible crew members on an existing action or need to draw his attention. (e) Alarm system, as far as practicable, be constructed on the fail-safe principle. (3) alarm system: (a) provide to the energy supply automatically switches to the backup supply, if it stops the main energy source; (b) to act in such a way, the warning signal if interference occurs power; (4) (a) the alarm system must be able to produce at the same time more than one fault and its designed to receive one signal does not interfere with other signals. (b) the warning signals must continue until the crew reacts, but each individual visual indication of signal must remain until the fault is eliminated. Then the alarm system to automatically switch to normal mode.
23. the rule. Special requirements for machinery, boiler and electrical installations (1) fishing vessels with a length of m and a larger, main power source must meet the following conditions: (a) if the power supply is usually performed by one generator, installed in the plant, which opened in the other overload otršķirīgo customers to devices that support the movement of vessels, handling and safety, power supply continuously. In case the generator stops working, provide backup generators automatically starting and connecting to the main slēgdēl and if necessary repeat the main auxiliary machinery for the application of an established procedure. Backup generator capacity must be sufficient to ensure the movement of vessels, handling and safety. Can predict IF a recognized means of backup generators in distance (hand) to start and connect to the main slēgdēļ and features the most important auxiliary machinery of distance to start. (b) if the power supply is usually performed by several workers at the generators, provides funds to ensure that stops the running of one of the generators, the rest without the overload is guaranteed the required amount of electricity the movement of vessels and the handling characteristics. (2) If you need backup, auxiliary machinery, auxiliary machinery necessary for the movement of the vessel, shall be equipped with the appropriate switches to automatically switch to a backup mechanism. Provides a warning signal for automatic switching. (3) provide only guidance and warning alarm systems that meet the following conditions: (a) the management system shall be designed in such a way that with automatic devices to ensure a major mechanism of dzeniekārt and auxiliary machinery requires the functioning of the systems; (b) If the main dzeniekārt mechanisms are internal combustion engines, provides funds that consistently maintains the required level engine starting air pressure; (c) must be installed in accordance with the provisions of 22 alarm system that includes all the main pressure, temperature, fluid levels, etc.; (d) in appropriate place be centralized control with the necessary alarm panels and the devices that produced the fault for which the warning alarm.
24. the rule. The security system provides for the security system, which, if some mechanism or the boiler operation in disturbed or derogations, which can lead to crashes, to immediately stop these mechanisms automatically or pot and turn on the alarm. Dzeniekārt stopped only when work continuing can happen full dzeniekārt mechanisms pārstāšan or explosion. If the main mechanism for the security system shut off option, ensure that off might not happen accidentally. Set up a visual indication, which indicates whether the security system is switched on or not.
Chapter v. (A) fire protection. General fire regulations rule 1. General provisions (1) one of the following protection methods applied for the residential and service premises: (a) the method I F-all internal burn incapable of "B" or "C" class bulkheads partitions the design in General, without fire detection devices and sprinkler system in residential and service rooms; (b) method F-II automatic sprinkler and fire alarm system of fire detection and deletion in all sections, it might stand out, in General, without restriction as regards internal partition type; (c) method F-III automatic sprinkler and fire alarm system of fire detection and deletion in all sections, it might stand out, in General, without restriction as regards internal partition type, except that in no case any living space or spaces bounded by the "A" or "B" class partition area must not exceed 50m2. However, IF you can increase the surface area of such premises to premises of the collective. Requirements not able to burn the material for use in construction and insulation of partitions, bounded by the engine, control points, etc. and protection included in the stairwells and corridors are common in all 3 methods.
2. the rule. Definitions (1) "not able to burn the material" – a material which neither Burns nor gives off flammable vapours capable of autoignition in sufficient quantity when heated to approximately 750 ° C, if it is determined by the Organization of the fire protection test procedure code (FTP code), adopted by the JDK (MSC) by resolution MSC 61 (67). All other materials are burned in a position. (2) "standard fire test" to test the respective sample bulkhead or deck are exposed to the test at a temperature of oven according to roughly the standard time-temperature curve. The test methodology must be in accordance with the fire test procedures of the Organization code (FTP code). (3) "class partitions" are partitions you create partitions and decks which comply with the following: (a) they are constructed of steel or other equivalent material; (b) they are suitable for nostiegrot; (c) they are designed so that one hour of the standard fire test in the end could not tolerate the smoke and flame of integrity; (d) they are isolated with recognized burn material, unable to effect the party not the mean temperature does not rise more than 139 ° C above the initial temperature and the temperature at any point, including any joint, rise more than 180 ° C above the initial temperature, the following time period: class "A-60" class "A" 60 minutes "-30 minutes-30 Class "A" – 15 "-15 minutes of class" A "– 0 – 0 minutes IF requesting a prototype bulkhead or deck to the test to make sure that they pass the above requirements for integrity and temperature rise in accordance with the fire test procedures of the Organization code (FTP code). (4) "class B bin" – is a partition consisting of the bulkhead and decks, ceilings or linings which comply with the following: (a) they are designed so that the first half hour of the standard fire test in the end could not tolerate flames integrity; (b) the insulation value is the exposure to the party not the mean temperature does not rise more than 139 ° C above the initial temperature and the temperature at any point, including any connection point, rose more than 225 ° C above the initial temperature, the following time period: class "B-15"-15 minutes of class "B-0"-0 minutes (c) they are designed to burn from recognized, incapable of material and all the materials used in "B" class design and Assembly of partitions is not able to burn except burn capable of coating or finishing, which can allow, on condition that they meet the relevant requirements of this chapter. IF YOU require a prototype bulkhead or deck to the test to make sure it passes the above requirements for integrity and temperature rise in accordance with the fire test procedures of the Organization code (FTP code). (5) "class C compartments", is designed from the bin, not able to burn the material. They do not exhibit the requirements for smoke and flame inegritāt and increase in temperature. Burn bright plating or finishes may be permitted provided that they comply with the other requirements of this chapter. (6) "F class partition" – is a partition consisting of the bulkhead, deck, ceiling or lining which comply with the following: (a) they are designed so that the first half hour of the standard fire test in the end could not tolerate flames integrity; (b) the insulation value is the exposure to the party not the mean temperature does not rise more than 139 ° C above the initial temperature and the temperature at any point, including any connection point, rose above 225 ° C above the initial temperature in the first half hour of the standard fire test. IF YOU require a prototype test of separation to make sure it passes the above requirements for integrity and temperature rise in accordance with the fire test procedures of the Organization code (FTP code). (7) "continuous" B "class ceiling or lining"-is the "B" class ceilings or linings, which ends just at the "A" or "B" class divisions. (8) "steel or other equivalent material"-means steel or other materials, which itself or of the structural integrity of the insulation and of the properties of the steel used in the equivalent exposure to fire standard fire test (e.g. aluminium alloy with appropriate insulation). (9) "low flame spreading ability" – means the surface that is being used, according to limit the spread of the flames, which is proved in accordance with the fire test procedures of the Organization code (FTP code). (10) "living space" – is the space as a corridor, toilet, cabins, offices, hospitals, cinemas, Games Hall and lounges and pantries that are used for public purposes and which do not contain food preparation and similar equipment. (11) "public spaces" – is part of the living room, which is used as a dining room, halls, lounges and similar permanently attached to them. (12) "service room"-is a room that is used as a galley, pantries containing cooking appliances, pantries, warehouses, workshops, which are not part of the machine, and the chapter-like spaces and trunks to such spaces. (13) "control points" – is a space which is located the fishing vessel's radio, the main navigation equipment or the emergency source of power, or fire-fighting or fire control equipment is centralised. (14) machinery spaces of category "A", "-those premises and those belonging to the utility room, which is internal combustion type engines used: (a) the main driving force of the fishing vessel; (b) any other purpose that such machines the power unit is not less than 375 kilowatts; (c) or where is powered with fuel boiler (boiler) or fuel assemblies. (15) the "machine room"-is the "A" category of the engine room and other spaces that are the engines of fishing vessels, boilers, fuel, steam and internal combustion engines, generators, steering equipment, main elektromehānism, fuel filling station, reefer equipment, stabilisation, ventilation and air conditioning equipment, and similar spaces and trunks to such spaces.
(B) part. Fire on board fishing vessels with a length of 60 m and a greater provision 3. Materials (1) fishing vessel hull, superstructure, constructive, deck and bulkhead deck constructions constructions using steel or other equivalent material, except as provided in paragraph (4). (2) aluminum alloy components in isolation is "A" and "B" class compartments, except construction, which by IF not making discretion, designed to support the bulkhead temperature does not rise more than 200 ° C above the ambient temperature at any time applied the standard fire test. (3) Special attention should be paid to the aluminium alloy components of columns, pillars and other constructive elements that are required for survival craft, as well as the arrangement of launching and embarkation areas, and "A" and "B" class partitions for prioritization, isolation, to ensure: (a) that the elements that support lifeboat and liferaft areas and ' A ' class partitions temperature limit specified in paragraph (2), applies after one hour; (b) the elements that support "B" class partitions, the temperature limit specified in paragraph (2), applied at the end of the first half hour. (4) the "A" category of car body styles and space divisions are constructed from steel and insulated and openings therein any suitable equipment and protected so as to prevent the fire from spreading.
4. Rule. Bulkheads in accommodation and service spaces (1) in accommodation and service spaces all the partitions defined in "B" class divisions shall extend from deck to the deck and up to Corps or other boundaries unless the continuous "B" class ceilings or linings, or both do not continue on both sides of the bulkhead when the bulkhead may be stopped at the continuous ceiling or lining. (2) the method I f. All bulkheads or other after this part, points are not built "A" or "B" class, built at least as "C" class divisions. (3) method (II) (F). There are no restrictions on the construction of bulkheads, which by this point or other provisions of this part of the paragraph is not built "A" or "B" class divisions, with the exception of individual cases where "C" class bulkheads are required in accordance with table 1 of 7 rules. (4) the method F III. There are no restrictions on the construction of bulkheads, which by this point or other provisions of this part of the paragraph is not built "A" or "B" class divisions. In no event will any of the residential space or spaces bounded by continuous "A" and "B" class divisions, the size should not exceed 50m2, except in individual cases, where "C" class bulkheads are required in accordance with table 1 of 7 rules. However, IF you can increase this area to the public spaces of.
5. Rule. The staircase and the elevator shaft protection accommodation spaces, service spaces and control stations (1) staircase that goes through one single deck, protected by at least one level with at least a "B-0" class wall and door that closes itself. The lifts that go through one single deck, fenced in with "A-0" class structures with steel doors on both levels. The staircase and the elevator shaft that passes through more than one deck, fenced in at least "A-0" class walls and protected at all levels with the pašaizveroš door. (2) all ladders constructed of steel frame construction except where IF authorized by the use of other equivalent material.
6. Rule. Doors in fire compartments (1) door, as far as practicable, to provide fire protection, equivalent to the partition in which it is embedded. Doors and door frames in "A" class partitions made of steel. The door of "B" class partitions should be not able to burn. The door, which built into the "A" class bulkheads of machinery Department, must be such that the very close, and gas-tight enough. IF you can allow to burn capable materials door separating cabin from individual internal sanitary facilities such as showers, if they are constructed in accordance with the method I f. (2) door, which is required for its own closed, not equipped with retention hooks. However, you can use retention facilities, equipped with pretaizkrišan devices release the machine from a distance. (3) ventilation openings are permitted in the door or under the door on the corridor bulkheads, except when such openings shall be a staircase of more in the door or below them, which is not allowed. Openings shall be provided only in the lower part of the door. When such openings shall be provided with a doorway or beneath them, the total effective area of each opening must not exceed 0, 05m2. If this is built into the door, it shall be fitted with a grille made of burn incapable of material. (4) Watertight doors need not be insulated.
7. Rule. Integrity of bulkheads and decks to the fire (1) in addition to the specific provisions in any other place in this section with respect to the integrity of bulkheads and decks to the fire, minimum integrity of bulkheads and decks against fire must conform to that specified in paragraphs 1 and 2 of the table. (2) the application shall be governed by the following Tables: (a) the first and second table apply accordingly, decks and bulkheads separating adjacent spaces; (b) to determine the appropriate standard of integrity to the fire, used the adjacent room partitions, such spaces are classified according to their fire risk as follows: (i) control point (1): space, which is the emergency power and lighting sources. The wheelhouse and the war room. The room with the fishing vessel's radio equipment. Fire-extinguishing rooms, fire control rooms and fire-recording stations. The fishing vessel's main engine control room operation, if it is situated outside the machinery space. The rooms, which is a centralized fire alarm equipment. (ii) (2): a Corridor the corridor and vestibule. (iii) the living space (3), in accordance with paragraphs 2 to this chapter (10) and 2 (11), including the corridors defined. (iv) the staircase (4): internal staircase, lifts and escalators and their associated facilities, except for those completely contained in a machine. In this connection, a stairway which is enclosed only at one level shall be regarded as as part of the space from which it is not separated by a fire door. (v) a low risk of fire service area (5): closets and pantries with an area of less than 2 m2, drying rooms and laundries. (vi) "(A)" machinery spaces of categories (6), in accordance with paragraph 2 (14) defined. (VII) other machinery spaces (7): space, in accordance with paragraph 2 (15) defined, including the production of fish processing facilities, but excluding machinery spaces of category "A". (VIII) cargo spaces (8): all spaces used for cargo, including cargo oil tanks, and the mine and here's to such spaces. (ix) high fire risk service rooms (9): galley, storage container, which includes cooking facilities, warehouses, lamp color-closet, closets and pantries with an area of 2m2 and larger and workshops (the workshop), other than those forming part of the machinery spaces. (x) open decks (10): open deck space and added the walking space, facilities for the treatment of fresh fish, fish washing rooms and similar spaces where there is no risk of fire. The open space outside superstructures and decks in the home. (3) Each room category name is meant as a rather typical rather than restrictive. The number in brackets following each category, specify the column or row is applied.
table 1. The bulkhead that separates the adjacent premises, the integrity of the fire control Room 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7 8 9 10)))) checkpoints (1)-0-0-60-0 e-15-60-15-60-60 * (2) Corridor – 0 – 0 – 0 – 0 – 60 ° C – 0-0 * living space (3) (a), (b)-0-0-0-60-c 0-0-0 the staircase (4) – 0 – 0 – 0 – 0 c to 60 c – 0-0-0 * low risk of fire service area (5) C-60 – 0 – 0 – 0 of category "A" car space (6) 0-0-60-other machinery spaces (7)-0-0-0 d * (8) cargo spaces *-0 * high risk fire service area (9)-0 (d) open decks (10)









-tables which appear in a tag with an asterisk, bulkheads should be of steel or equivalent material but is not applied to meet the requirements for "A" class standard. table 2. Board that separates the adjacent premises, the fire integrity of the space above the below ↓ → 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7 8 9 10)))) checkpoints (1)-0-0-0-0-0-60-0-0-0 (2) Corridor – 0 – 0 – 0 – 0 – 0 – 60 living space (3) (A)-0-60-0 (A) * A-60 A-0 A-0 A-0 staircase (4)-0-0-0-0-60-0-0-0 low risk of fire service area (5): 15-0-0-0-60- 0-0-0 "(A)" machinery spaces of category (6) – 60 – 60 – 60 – 60 – 60 – 60 – 60 – 30 other machinery spaces (7) – 15 – 0 – 0 – 0 – 0 – 0 – 0 – 0 (8) cargo spaces – 60 – 0 – 0 – 0 – 0 – 0 – 0 – 0 high risk fire service area (9)-60-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0 (d) open decks (10) in Which the table appears with an asterisk mark partitions must be of steel or equivalent material but is not applied to meet the requirements for "A" class standard. If you go through the deck, electrical cables, pipes and ventilation channels, the crossing of the hermetically seals to prevent the spread of flames and smoke. Notes applicable to both tables 1 and 2, accordingly.
(a) protection of the IIF and IIIF of fire methods these partitions do not exhibit any special requirements. (b) method IIIF case between rooms in the area or space groups with area 50m2 and higher provides a "B" class bulkheads with the assessment "B-0". (c) the explanation of the subject, see rules 4 and 5. (d) where spaces are of the same numerical category and apostrophe (d) appears, a bulkhead or deck of the rating shown in the tables, only in such a case, if the adjacent room serves a variety of purposes, such as in category (9). Adjoining galley space do not require the partition, but a galley next to a warehouse, the color is needed "A-0" bulkhead. (e) bulkheads separating the wheelhouse, card room and the radio station, one of the other, can have a rating of "B-0". (f) If the machinery space in category (7) with fire insulation need not be fitted after the discretion, it must be with low or no risk of fire. (4) as regards the requirements of insulation and partition integrity, continuous "B" class ceilings or linings, in conjunction with the adjacent deck or bulkhead shall be taken as the equivalent in whole or in part. (5) the engine room Windows and skylights shall be provided as follows: (a) if the light is open, Luke made it close from the outside. Light here that contain glass panels, shall be fitted with a permanently attached external shutters of steel or equivalent material; (b) the glass or equivalent material is not allowed to use the machine room. This does not affect the with wire reinforced glass skylights in the use and control of machine room space; (c) light here, covered by point 7 (5) (a), required to use with wire reinforced glass. (6) in paragraph 3 of this chapter (1) set of steel or equivalent material body styles and design of the outer plating can have a built-in Windows and side scuttles, provided, if this part anywhere is not a requirement for this design would be siding with the "A" class integrity. Similarly, in this plating where not required "A" class integrity, doors may be made from the material, IF recognized.
8. Rule. Structural components (1) method IF. All liners, draughts dwell, the ceiling and the associated Primer of residential and service spaces and control stations from not able to burn the material. (2) the IIF and IIIF method. Corridors and stairwells serving residential and service spaces and control stations, ceiling, lining, draughts and the associated delay primer consists of not able to burn the material. (3) IF, IIF and IIIF method: (a) Insulating Materials, except in cargo spaces or service spaces of the refrigerator compartment should be not able to burn. Vapour barriers and gluten used connections with insulation, like piping fitting insulation cold service systems, constructed from burning material but unable to use minimal amounts, and it may open the surface quality of resistance in relation to the spreading of the flame shall be determined in accordance with the fire test procedures of the Organization code (FTP code). In rooms where the penetration of oil products is possible, the sealing surfaces must be oil and vapour tight. (b) if the burn is not capable of partitions, linings and ceilings apply to the residential and service premises, they may be able to burn veneer not exceeding 2.0 mm thickness in each such space, except in the corridors, the staircase and the control points which must not exceed 1.5 mm thickness. (c) the gaps behind the ceiling panels or siding, divided by close-fitting draught-stops located not more than 14 metres in the standalone. The vertical direction in the following areas, including those that are behind a ceiling, Panel or lining, on each deck must be closed.
9. Rule. The ventilation system (1) (a) the ventilation channels constructed from burn incapable of material. Short channels, usually not exceeding 2 metres in length and cross-section 0, 02m2, may be incapable of burning material, if they meet the following conditions: (i) the following channels must be of a material which, in accordance with the fire test procedures of the Organization code (FTP code) is a low risk of fire; (ii) it can be used only at the end of the ventilation equipment; (iii) it is placed not closer than 600 mm measured along the channel from the holes "A" and "B" class compartments, including continuous "B" class ceilings. (b) where a ventilation duct with cross-section of more than 0.02 m2 passes through "A" Class bulkhead or deck, the opening in lined with steel-sheet housing, and channels, which passes through the bulkhead or deck, bulkhead or deck near a crossing constructed from steel and those in this part of the ventilation channels must meet the following requirements: (i) channels, of which any cross-sectional dimension exceeding 0.02 m2, must be at least 3 mm thick and of at least 900 mm. This length of the bulkhead penetrations in desirable split equally on each side of the bulkhead. Channels, of which any cross-sectional dimension exceeding 0.02 m2, equipped with fireproof insulation. The insulation must be at least the same level of integrity as a bulkhead or deck, crossed by the Canal. The equivalent permeability of the protection of the crossing may provide, in accordance with the opinion of the IF; (ii) the channels, of which any cross-sectional dimension exceeding 0.075 m2, equipped with a fire damper, the addition of subparagraph (b) (i). Fire dampers to work automatically, but must also be able to close them manually from the bulkhead or deck to both parties. Bolts are provided with indicator, which indicates whether it is open or closed. Fire dampers are not required, however, where the Canal crosses the room, which is located between the "A" class divisions, but does not serve these partitions, provided that these channels have the same fire integrity as the bulkheads which they pass through. (c) machinery spaces of category A, galleys and ventilation channels provided for in General must not cross the accommodation, service spaces and control stations. If it is approved by the channels constructed of steel or equivalent material and equipment so as to preserve the integrity of this space. (d) ventilation channels to living rooms, service rooms and control rooms normally must not pass through machinery spaces of category A, or galley. If, however, you can allow such a solution provided that channels are constructed of steel or equivalent material and arranged so as to preserve the integrity of the space. (e) where a ventilation duct with cross-section greater than 0.02 m2, crossing the "B" class bulkheads, crossing space lined with steel-sheet housing at least 900mm, and channels in this way, through the bulkhead, composed of steel. This length of the bulkhead penetrations in desirable split equally on each side of the bulkhead. (f) regarding the checkpoints outside the machinery space, as far as practicable, the need to take measures to ensure that ventilation, visibility and prevent the presence of smoke it to there held in machinery and equipment in the event of fire may be supervised and continue to function effectively. Provide alternative and individual air supply; two sources of supply for air inlet located at the entry of the smoke chance they both would be minimal. At the discretion of such requirements, IF you can not use checkpoints and opening located on the open deck, or where local closing arrangements are sufficiently effective. (g) if the exhaust duct from galley fire to pass through accommodation spaces or spaces containing combustible materials, they are able to construct as a class "A" partitions. Each exhaust duct shall be fitted with: (i) the fat tray that easily detachable for cleaning purposes; (ii) a fire damper located in the upper and lower of the channel side (the requirement for additional latch at the highest end of the channel to apply to fishing vessels constructed 2003 on 1 January or later); (iii) equipment, which can be run from the galley, to turn off the exhaust fan; (iv) fixed fire-extinguishing means flame channel for deletion, except for fishing vessels with a length of less than 75 metres in length, which if deemed impractical. (2) All ventilation systems the main intake and exhaust openings fitted so as to be able to close them from ventilated space outside. Accommodation spaces, service spaces, control stations and machinery spaces built in forced ventilation installations shall be fitted so as to be able to stop them from easily available outdoors they valve. In the event of fire, ventilated room this place may not be easy to pass. Equipment intended for forced ventilation for engine room shut off, form a completely separate from its equipment for ventilation to unlock it elsewhere. (3) the need to provide equipment to a secure place could close the annular space around the flue. (4) ventilation system that provides engine, independent from those systems that provide an air exchange in other rooms. (5) Pieliekamo, which is stored in a certain quantity of products with a high capacity to flare up, be equipped with ventilation systems that are separated from other air exchange systems. The ventilation as the upper part of the space and the bottom, and the fan intake and exhaust vents placed in secure locations and provided with spark-receivers (wire mesh).
10. Rule. Heating equipment (1) electric radiators shall be affixed in such a position and shall be so constructed that the risk of ignition would be minimal. No such radiators may not be equipped with elements installed that can take clothes, curtains or similar materials aizsvilšan, or they can be ignited from the heat released. (2) do not allow heating with an open fire. Ovens and similar equipment in firmly secured and ensure adequate protection and insulation under them, around them and towards their flues. Stoves that use solid fuels, flues and equipment designed in such a way that would have minimal risk that they can be locked in the combustion products, and flues must be provided with the existing means for cleaning it. Aizbīdņo of the dūmvado exhaust early‐warning when they are in the closed position, provides an open, sufficient air gap. The rooms fitted ovens, provided with sufficient area for fans to ensure supply of the burning stove requires air. These fans must not be fitted with closing devices and deploys it to closing device specified in rule 9 (2), they would not be needed. (3) it is not allowed to use the equipment with an open gas flame except cookers (stoves) food preparation and water heater. The rooms have the following cookers or water heaters, be provided with adequate ventilation the burning end product and possible gas leaks discharge to a safe location. All the pipes of the gas delivery to the container (cylinder) to the stove or water heater to be made of steel or other approved material. The stove or water heater shall be provided with an automatic gas interruption devices which runs dropping gas pressure in the main pipeline, or a flame from any device. (4) if the gas fuel used in its domestic objectives, preparation, storage, distribution and use is carried out IF the recognized manner, in accordance with rule 12.
11. Rule. Different requirements 1) (1) All exposed surfaces in corridors and stairwells, and surfaces, including hidden or unavailable for primer places in accommodation and service spaces and checkpoints, using materials with low fire spread, what the characteristics of fishing vessels built in 2003 on January 1 or later shall be determined in accordance with the fire test procedures of the Organization code (FTP code). 2) open surface in accommodation and service spaces and control stations constructed of materials with low fire spread, what the characteristics of fishing vessels built in 2003 on January 1 or later shall be determined in accordance with the fire test procedures of the Organization code (FTP code). 2) (2) open the internal surface of the Interior is only used to process color , varnishes, glazes and other skins, which do not emit excessive smoke and toxic gases or vapour the quantity determined in accordance with the fire test procedures of the Organization code (FTP code). (3) in accommodation and service spaces and control stations aboard the bottom layer of the coating consists of material that is not recognised by the combustible at elevated temperatures and do not become toxic or explosive. Fishing vessels, built in 2003 on January 1 or later, this being determined in accordance with the fire test procedures of the Organization code (FTP code). 3) (4) If "A" or "B" class bulkheads of electric cables, pipes, trunks, ducts etc., or they incorporate air vents, lighting fixtures and similar devices, take measures to ensure that the integrity of the bulkhead against fire is not weakened. (5) (a) pipelines that pass through the "A" or "B" class bulkheads in accommodation and service spaces and control stations, consists of the recognized material, assessed with respect to temperature, what these partitions need to endure. In the case where the 15 oils and flammable liquids through the living and service facilities, pipeline from recognized material rated for fire hazard. (b) materials that heat affects easily become inefficient, you may not use the bilge, sanitary systems and other izvado of overboard, which is close to the waterline and where the failure of the material in the event of fire may cause danger of flooding. (6) the kinoiekārt should not be used on the base of nitrocellulose film. (7) all waste receptacles, with the exception of fish processing, use is made of burn unable, without holes or holes in the side and the bottom part. (8) the liquid pump with motor drive, unit fuel pumps and other similar fuel pumps shall be fitted with distance control, deployed outside the bound space so that they could stop, the event of a fire in the room where they are stationed. (9) in order to prevent the fuel from leaking the pictures, put the drip tray of reception where it is needed. (10) within compartments used to store fish cargo, flare up able insulation protected by a tight-fitting of anechoic chamber.
1) see guidance on specific plastics use 8 of the final Protocol of the Conference recommendations annex 3 in.. 2) see guidelines fire hazard assessment of materials, adopted by the organization by resolution a. 166 (ES IV). 3) see guidelines in IMO resolution a.687 (17).
12. the rule. Gas cylinders and dangerous materials storage (1) compressed, liquid or dissolved gas cylinders shall be thoroughly strengthened and clearly marked with the identification of a specific color to indicate clearly to them: their contents and the chemical formula name. (2) cylinders containing flammable or otherwise hazardous gases and cylinders used, deployed and thoroughly secured to the deck and open all valves, pressure regulators and pipes attached to these cylinders, protected against damage. Balloons also protect from excessive temperature changes, direct sunlight and from snow accumulation. IF you can also allow the storage of the cylinders which comply with point 12 (3) and 12 (5). (3) the rooms are kept in very easy flammable liquids capable, such as volatile, kerosene, benzene, etc. and, if allowed, liquefied petroleum gas, the machine so that the entrance is possible only in directly from the open decks. Pressure control devices and safety valves equipment so as to ensure the release of the bin. If such a partition restrictive bulkhead next to the other enclosed spaces, they form a gas-tight. (4) it is not permitted for the installation of electrical wiring and elektroarmatūr which are used very easy flammable fluids or unable to liquefied gas storage, except for the wiring and elektroarmatūr that require the same partition. In such cases, you can install only certified safe type elektroarmatūr, which corresponds to the international standard IEC Publication 79 "electrical fittings for gas explosion hazardous environment". This space must not be a heat source and easily visible place put "no smoking" notices and "do not use open flame". (5) every type of compressed gas stored separately. Partitions, used for the storage of such gas shall not be used or other products capable of burning, nor the tools or other objects that are not part of the gas distribution system, storage. However, IF YOU can make that claim, having regard to the following characteristics of compressed gas, quantity and intended use.
13. the rule. Means of escape (1) the staircase and the staircase that leads to and from all living spaces, and spaces where the crew is normally employed, other than machinery spaces, organized in such a way that they can be used as a handy means of evacuation on open decks and lifeboats from there or plosto. Especially in the following areas: (a) from the living spaces at all levels-from each of the larger rooms or groups of rooms provides at least two evacuation facilities, located in one of the other as far as possible. About evacuation capabilities also can be considered as the normal means of access to such spaces. (b) (i) as the main exit to the bottom of the deck, which is open from the top and at least two parties (weather deck), and the other is the ladder, the output can be a shaft or ladder; and (ii) issue to the top of the deck, which is open from the top and at least two parties (weather deck) is a staircase or the doors to the open deck or a combination thereof; (c) exceptionally, IF you can allow one escape means, taking into account the nature and location of the space and the number of people who live or work in it; (d) corridor or part of a corridor length must not exceed 7 metres, if there is only one escape route; and (e) escape features continuity IF determined in accordance with the opinion. The staircase and corridors used as escape features constructed with a width of (clean) of not less than 700mm, and shall be fitted with at least one handrail. The entrance of this stairway is also constructed with a clear width of not less than 700mm. (2) from each of the "A" class engine supports two means of escape in one of the following ways: (a) two sets of steel ladders, which are separated from one another as widely as possible and leading them to similarly separate doors in the upper part of the space from which the escape is on open decks. Typically, one of these ladders shall ensure continuous protection from fire from the lower part of the space to a safe position outside the space. However, if you do not require such protection, if the engine or the special arrangements due to the size of the safe escape route from the lower part of this space is provided. This protection is constructed from steel, insulated according to "A-60" class standard and its lower part equipped with pašaizveroš steel door; (b) one steel ladder leading to a door in the upper part of the space from which the escape is on open decks and extra rooms on the lower part, steel door, well separated from the above steps, which can be opened and closed from each side and which provides a contact with safe escape route from the lower part of the space to the open deck. (3) the escape routes from the machinery spaces, not other class ' A ' machinery spaces, provided in accordance with the opinion, having regard to the nature and location of the space and whether persons are normally located in that room. (4) the Elevator cannot be considered as one of the required means of escape.
14. the rule. Automatic sprinkler and fire alarm and fire detection systems (method IIF) (1) To fishing vessels in order to protect the living and service spaces, except spaces which do not contain substantial risk of fire origin, such as an empty space or sanitary facilities, the method adopted by the IIF, fitted and equipped recognized type of sprinkler and fire alarm system complying with the requirements of these regulations. (2) (a) the system is maintained, the standing ready for immediate operation without crew intervention. Use the water-filled pipeline type system, except for the small section of the open, where it can also be a dry pipe type where a discretion if, after such vigilance is required. Any part of the system, its operation may be subject to suitable Islands protects against freezing. 4) keep it filled to the required pressure and provides for the continuous supply of water, as defined in rule 14 (6) (b). (b) in each of the sprinkler section incorporate tools to automatically give a visible and audible alarm signal on one or more of the constituent schemes when runs any sprinkler. Such schemes are centrally located in the wheelhouse and they indicate that the fire service section. In addition, Visual and sound alarms items deployed in other places so as to ensure that the crew immediately receives the signals of the outbreak of the fire. Alarm system designed to inform about the occurrence of any fault in it. (3) (a) the Sprinkler to be grouped in separate sections, which contain not more than 200 sprinklers in each. (b) provide any section of sprinklers in isolation with only one off the valve. Provides easy accessibility to the exclusion of each section of the valve and its position clearly and consistently represents. Provides funds to prevent outsiders can gain unauthorized activate shutdown valves. (c) Each shut-off valve location and central stations fitted with pressure gauge indicating the pressure in the system. (d) ensure sprinkler corrosion resistance. In accommodation and service spaces the sprinklers employment guaranteed in the temperature range from + 68 ° C to + 79 ° C, except for the site, as, for example, such as drying rooms, where high ambient temperature, and the temperature of the sprinkler employment can increase by no more than 30 ° C above the maximum temperature on the surface of the deck. (e) each indicating diagram supplied with the list or plan that specifies the area covered and the disposition of each section of the area. Provide suitable instructions for testing and service availability. (4) the Sprinkler are placed in the upper part of the space and placed in an appropriate manner to maintain average water passing speed not less than 6 litres per minute per 1 m2 over the nominal area covered by the sprinklers. As an alternative, IF you can allow the use of other sprinkler, on condition that the valid water spray quantity shown IF an opinion is no less effective. (5) (a) the system shall be provided with a pressure tank, as it is equivalent to at least double the quantity of water as indicated in this subparagraph. The tank guarantees constant freshwater inventory, which is equivalent to the amount of water within one minute by the pump, extracted for which reference is made in paragraph 14 (6) (b). Ensure the maintenance of the air pressure in the tank that, using the permanent fresh water tanks in stock, this pressure not less than the working pressure of the sprinkler, plus the pressure arising from the hydrostatic pressure of the water column, measured from the bottom of the tank to the highest sprinkler in the system. Provide the measurement of glass tube to determine the correct water level in the tank. (b) provide the means to prevent sea water entering the tank. (6) (a) Provides a standalone pump with power drive only automatic continuous water supply provision of sprinklers. Goin' down pressure system ensures automatic pump activation pressure from tank before it is pumped out its permanent water capacity. (b) the pump and piping system must be able to maintain the necessary pressure at the level required to ensure the higher sprinklero in continuous need of water supply, which are at the maximum of the area covered, which limited with refractory partitions "A" and "B" class partitions or 280 m2 area, whichever is less, to the water passing rate that is defined in the rules (4) 14. (c) the pump water supply side of surrender with the check valve, equipped with a short exhaust pipe with loose ends. The valve and the pipes valid square must be adequate to maintain the pressure in the system in accordance with rule 14 (5) (a), the amount of water released to the appropriate pump capacity. (d) the sea water inlet to the pump as possible to the equipment in the same room where the pump and so that the fishing vessel at sea, there is no need to enter into the sea water intake, in other cases, except as the Court or repair of the pump. (7) the Sprinkler pump and tank located a reasonable distance away from any class ' A ' machinery spaces, but they should not be deployed in one of those rooms that are protected by a sprinkler system. (8) (a) sea water pump and an automatic fire alarm and fire detection systems provide power from at least two sources. If the pump is electrically driven, it connects to the main electrical power source, which supplies power to ensure at least two generators. (b) the power supply lines must be organized in such a way as to avoid galleys, machinery spaces and other enclosed spaces included with high fire risk except where it is necessary to connect to the distribution Board. One of the fire alarm and fire detection system of energy sources must be an emergency source. If one of the pump's energy supply sources are inside the vessels deployed in the internal combustion engine, in addition to 14 points (7) located at any of the fire origin protected space does not affect the air supply to the engine. (9) the Sprinkler system connecting with the main fishing vessel fire line with the closing screw of the irreversible valve to prevent back flow of water from the sprinkler system to the fire main. (10) (a) each section of sprinklers equipped with check valve for the automatic alarm system check, skipping one sprinkler water equivalent transactions. Each check valve placed in those sections off the valve. (b) provide for automatic start of the pump check if system pressure decreases. (c) provide for switches in one of 14 (2) in paragraph (b), indicating the schemes set out to check each section of sprinklers and alarm indicators (d) each section of sprinklers equipped with sprinkler heads the reserve. The reserve includes all types and categories of sprinkler heads installed in a ship by applying the following rules, depending on the number of: (i) less than 100 sprinkler heads: 3 spare heads; (ii) less than 300 sprinkler heads: 6 spare heads; (iii) from 300 to 1000 sprinkler heads: 12 spare heads.
4) see guidance on precautions against the main fire hydrant from freezing, which can be found in the Conference Protocol 7. recommendations in annex 3. 15. the rule. Fire alarm and fire detection systems (method IIIF) (1) the fishing vessels on which the adopted method IIIF, installed by a recognised type of automatic fire alarm and fire detection systems, which comply with the requirements of this regulation and are equipped to detect the presence of fire in all living and service spaces, except spaces which do not have a significant risk of fire origin, such as an empty space or sanitary facilities. (2) (a) ensure system readiness for immediate permanent operation without having to take the crew to turn on work or preparation. (b) in each detector section incorporate tools to automatically give a visible and audible alarm signal on one or more of the indications, if any of the detectors worked. The following diagrams indicate that the system service section fire and its centrally located in the wheelhouse and in the other places to ensure that the crew immediately receive any alarm signal from the system. In addition to the possibility of laying down the alarm signal sounds on the deck, on which the fire is discovered. The following alarm and fire detection system designed to detect any defects can occur in it. (3) the detectors group the separate sections, each of which is not more than 100 detectors and each cover no more than 50 service rooms. The detector shall be distributed in the zones to determine on which deck fire has descended. (4) provides for the employment of the system of abnormal air temperature, from a normal concentration of smoke or other factors, indicating to the fire source in any of the protected premises. Systems which are sensitive to air temperature may not work at temperatures below + 50 ° C, but its employment at the temperature not higher than + 78 ° C, when the temperature rise to these levels is not more than 1 ° C per minute. After drying, premises or other places with normal increased ambient temperatures, the temperature of the allowed employment may be increased up to 30 ° C above the maximum temperature on the surface of the Board. The concentration of smoke sensitive system provides employment, if the decrease in transmitted light intensity. Smoke detectors certified so that they worked before you smoke more than 12.5% obskurācij of thickness to meters but not worked while the thickness of the smoke has not exceeded the 2% obskurācij on the meter. Other equivalent system of employment, effective methods you can use IF YOU wish. The detection system shall not be used for any purpose other than the detection of fire. (5) the Detector alarm actuation shall be so arranged that it runs either releasing or drawing their contacts or other appropriate method. It is located in the upper part of the space and appropriate to protect against shocks and physical damage. They must be suitable for use in the sea air. It is located in an open space where there are no beams and other similar objects that might interfere with the hot gases or smoke flow to the sensitive element. Detectors, who runs saslēdzot, contacts provided with insulated type contacts and the circuit monitor to determine the damage. (6) in each room, which required fire detection options, set up at least one detector and deploy at least one detector for about 37 m2 covered area. Larger rooms detectors placed systematically so that one detector on each other would not be more than 9 metres or more than 4.5 metres from a bulkhead. (7) the fire alarm and fire detection system for the operation of electrical equipment to be applied power is provided not less than two sources of supply, one of which shall be an emergency source. The power supply provides two separate feeders designed for just this purpose. The following feeders are connected to a toggle switch, positioned on the fire-detection system checkpoint. Wiring system equipment so as to avoid galleys, machinery spaces and other enclosed spaces of high fire risk except origin where this is necessary to ensure the detection of fire in such spaces or to reach the junction box. (8) (a) next to each indicating the scheme placed in a plan or list that identifies each of the covered area of the system and the location of the zone. Provide suitable instructions for testing and service availability. (b) provide detector and indicator for verifying the proper operation of the scheme, providing features hot air or smoke detector application deployment. (9) each detector section equipped with detector spare heads, under the IF.
15. (A) the rules.
On board fishing vessels, built in 2003 on January 1 or later, the automatic fire alarm, detection and indication system also set up corridors, stairwells and escape routes in accordance with the requirements of regulation 15.
16. the rule. Fixed fire-extinguishing devices of high fire risk in the hold of a high fire risk in cargo spaces protected by a fixed fire extinguishing system or other fire-extinguishing system which, in accordance with the opinion, ensure equivalent protection from fire.
17. the rule. Fire-fighting pumps (1) provide at least two fire pumps. (2) If there is a possibility that a fire in any one compartment all the fire pumps may be suspended activities, provide alternative water supply for fire-fighting capabilities. On board fishing vessels with a length of 75 metres and greater, the following alternative feature must be stationary emergency fire pump, which operated from an independent source of energy. Such emergency fire pump provides the capacity to ensure the two water jets with a minimum pressure of 0.25 N/mm2. (3) (a) fire-fighting pumps, except the emergency pump, providing power to fire-fighting needs ensure water supply quantity with a minimum pressure of 0.25 to 1 mm2, with Newton's total capacity (Q) a total of at least equal to: — — — = Q (√ 0.15 L (B + D) + 2.25) 2 m3/hour, (B) and (D), where L is in metres.
However, the total of the required fire-fighting pump capacity can not exceed 180 m3/hour. (b) for each requested fire-fighting pump, except emergency pump, guaranteed capacity, not less, as 40% of the total capacity of the fire pumps provided in subparagraph (a), and in any case, it provides the water supply for the water jets in accordance with paragraph 19 of this chapter (2) (a). These fire pumps must be capable of supplying the main firefighting systems required under the rules. If you set up more than two fire pumps, in addition to the on-site pumping capacity is determined by where you see fit. (4) (a), use the motor fire pumps with independent drive. Sanitary, ballast, pictures and General pumps can be recognised on fire pumps, provided that they do not usually use oil or oil to the liquid, but if they are in some cases used the liquid, it is equipped with suitable upgrading options. (b) if the fire pumps are able to create a pressure exceeding the design pressure delivery pipes, faucets and hose, connection with all pumps, installed a safety valve. These valves positioned and adjusted to prevent too much pressure in the fire-fighting system in any line. (c) motor emergency fire pumps are individual pumps, independently operated, either with separate direct diesel drive and fuel supply, fitted in an easily accessible position outside the spaces that are installed in the main fire pumps, or powered by a single generator, which can also be an emergency generator, which is the reference in point IV of these regulations, with 17 of sufficient capacity and is hosted in a secure location outside the machinery spaces by favouring placements above the working deck. To provide emergency fire pump performance at least 3 hours. (d) the opportunity to operate with emergency fire pumps, sea water suction valves and other valves ensure required from outside the bin, which is installed in the main fire control pumps in such a position, he could not pose a fire which originated in these compartments.
18. Rule. The main fire line (1) (a) If you need more than one fire hydrant to provide more jets in accordance with the provisions of article 19 (2) (a), provides the main fire line. (b) to ensure adequate fire-fighting system efficiency, have allowed only additions to the main motorway of fire needed to fire, except the Board and washing enkurķēž and pictures of ejector operation of bilge. (c) If the main fire line not pašnosusinoš type when it is possible, shall be provided with a suitable drain cocks, to prevent the main framework. 5) (2) (a) main line and fire water supply for hoses pipelines used tubes with a diameter that is sufficient to provide the required amount of water to the maximum effective distribution of two workers at the pumps, or 140 m3/hour, watching less. (b) if the two pumps at the same time, in accordance with point 19 (5), gives up on the barrel under this paragraph (a) the prescribed amount of water through any two adjacent fire hydrants, minimum pressure at every fire hydrant shall not be less than 0.25 Nt/mm2.
5) see guidance on precautions against major fire hydrant from freezing, which can be found in the Conference Protocol 7. recommendations in annex 3.
19. Rule. Hydrants, fire hose and barrel (1) (a) the number of fire hose Laid down according to the number of installed hydrants (see paragraph 19 (2)), plus one spare hose. This number does not include any of the fire hoses in any machinery space or in the boiler room. IF you can increase the number of required fire hose in such a way as to ensure that a sufficient number of hose are available and used at any time, given the size of the fishing vessel. (b) to distribute water in any room where you need, from a recognised material made of sufficient length of fire hoses. Hose maximum length of 20 metres. Every fire hose provided with the barrel and the required coupling. Fire-fighting hoses together with all the necessary accessories and tools there ready to use in a clearly visible location near the water supply hydrants or connections. (2) (a) of the number of hydrants and placement, to at least two water jets that are not from the same hydrants and one of which is fed from a simple length of fire hose, to reach any place of the fishing vessel that is normally available to the crew of a fishing vessel in service. (b) All required hydrants shall be supplied with fire-fighting hoses that are equipped with a two barrel, as defined in paragraph 19 (5). One of the hydrants located at the entrance to the room that is being protected. (3) the main fire mains and hydrants, if not adequately protected, you may not use materials that easily become ineffective from the heat. Pipes and hydrants shall be located so that the fire hoses can be easily compatible with them. On fishing vessels which may carry deck cargo, hydrants are placed so that they are always readily accessible and the pipes shall be organized in such a way that, as far as practicable, eliminated the possibility of damage to such goods. Despite the fact that for each of the hydrants is provided one fire hose and barrel, made for fire hose connection and barrel full interchange option. (4) every fire hose shall be provided to service the faucet or valve so that any fire hose may be removed while the fire pumps continue to operate. (5) (a) uses the standard barrel size 12 mm, 16 mm and 19 mm or as near as possible to it. After IF you can allow greater discretion in the size of the barrel. (b) the residential and service premises do not need to use the barrel with a diameter larger than 12 mm. (c) the machinery spaces and external dislocation of the size of the barrel for maximum water supply from two jets with pressure set point 18 (2) (b), from the smallest pump, provided that barrel size greater than 19 mm need not be used.
20. Rule. The fire-aparāti6) (1) uses a recognised type of fire extinguishers. The required portable fluid extinguishers shall provide volume, not more than 13.5 litres and not less than 9 litres. Another type of fire-extinguishers may not exceed the portable liquid fire extinguisher carried the equivalent of 13.5 litres, but it cannot be less than the portable liquid fire extinguisher carried the equivalent of 9 litres. Where a portable fire extinguisher equivalents. (2) a spare charge: (a) for each type of fire extinguisher, you can reload a fishing vessel for the first 10 extinguishers shall be provided 100% spare charges for fire extinguishers, other 50% but not more than 60; (b) fire extinguishers which cannot reload a fishing vessel, the spare capacity of the site provide a reserve of at least 50% of same type and capacity of fire extinguishers; (c) a fishing vessel provides instructions for fire extinguisher reloaded. Overcharging may only be used for the reserve ordnance that recognized for the type of fire extinguishers. (3) prevent the use of a fire extinguisher, which is used as extinguishing agent feature, which, according to the CASE, either by itself, or the possible conditions of use, can give off toxic gases in such quantities as to endanger persons who can use them. (4) fire extinguishers checked once a year by a competent person authorised by IF. Fire extinguishers provided with a mark indicating that it is checked. All fire extinguishers that are constantly under pressure, containers, but a fire extinguisher that is not constantly under pressure, reaction vessels, tested by hydraulic pressure once every 10 years. (5) generally, one portable fire extinguisher that is intended for use in any room, located near the entrance to this space.
6) see revised guiding instructions mobile marine fire extinguishers, adopted by the organization by resolution a. 680 (17) 21. Rule. Portable fire extinguishers in control stations and in accommodation and service spaces (1) at least five renowned portable fire extinguishers deployed to checkpoints, in accommodation and service spaces, in accordance with the specified. (2) a spare charge: (a) the fire extinguishers, you can reload a fishing vessel for the first 10 extinguishers provided with 100% spare charges for the remaining fire extinguishers with-50% but not more than 60gabal; (b) fire extinguishers which cannot reload a fishing vessel, the spare capacity of the site provide a reserve of at least 50% of same type and capacity of fire extinguishers; (c) a fishing vessel provides instructions for fire extinguisher reloaded. Overcharging may only be used for the reserve ordnance that recognized for the type of fire extinguishers.
22. the rule. Fire-fighting equipment in the engine despite the conditions, all machinery spaces of category A set of fixed fire-fighting equipment. (1) (a) the space containing the liquid fuel fired boiler or fuel unit, in accordance with the specified, provided with one of the following fixed fire-extinguishing systems: (i) the pressure of the water spray equipment; (ii) the fire-extinguishing waste facility; (iii) the fire-extinguishing equipment, which uses steam from volatile liquids with a low level of toxicity; or (iv) the fire-extinguishing equipment that uses multiple foam. If the engine and boiler rooms are not entirely separated, or fuel can leak from the engine room, boiler room United engine room and boiler room shall be considered as a single partition. (b) in each boiler room at least one portable foam equipment air motor Kit in accordance with the specified. (c) in each boiler room each and every space of the furnace, which is located in the part of the oil fuel installation, at least two recognised portable foam fire extinguishers, or their equivalents. Each boiler room at least one portable foam type recognised fire extinguishers with 135 litres capacity or its equivalent. These extinguishers provided with hoses on reels, designed to reach any part of the boiler room. IF YOU can make this the requirements of point, taking into account the space required to protect, size and character. (d) at each furnace placed in a tank with sand, fine for sawdust, impregnated or other recognised dry material in such quantity, IF required. Alternatively, you can provide a good portable fire extinguishers. (2) premises which are internal combustion engines that are used as main propulsion or for other purposes, if their total power is greater, 750kW or provided with the following equipment: (a) one of the fire extinguishing systems required by paragraph (1) (a); (b) at least one mobile foam appliance air motor Kit according to the if; (c) every such space, with a recognised type of foam, or equivalent, portable fire extinguishers of at least 45 litres capacity each, in sufficient numbers to ensure that foam or their equivalent should probably redirect to any of the fuel or oil in the high pressure systems, mechanisms and other sources of risk of fire. In addition to provide sufficient foam or equivalent of a portable fire extinguisher that are placed so that every portable fire extinguisher would not be more than 10 metres from any point in space, provided that each such space is at least two fire extinguishers. Smaller spaces IF YOU can make it easier to these requirements. (3) in rooms that have steam turbines or steam engines, used as the main engines or for other purposes, if such machines are with a total capacity of 750 kW and more, ensure that the following equipment: (a) foam fire extinguishers of at least 45 litres capacity, or equivalent, each in sufficient numbers to ensure that foam or their equivalent should probably redirect to any pressure lubrication system to any part of the skin that covers any eļļojam under pressure turbine parts, machine or associated gearing and any other fire hazard. This foam fire extinguishers shall not be required if equivalent protection is at least under this paragraph, the following spaces are provided with a fixed fire-extinguishing system, which are arranged in accordance with paragraph (1) (a); (b) sufficient portable fire extinguishers or equivalent that deployed it to every portable fire extinguisher is not more than 10 metres from any point in space, provided that each such space is at least two fire extinguishers, and the following apparatus are not required in addition to paragraph (2) (c). (4) If, in accordance with the opinion of the fire hazard exists in any machinery space where, with regard to fire-fighting equipment, there are no specific requirements under paragraphs (1), (2) and (3), the following premises or near those places recognized portable fire extinguishers and other fire-fighting funds under the IF. (5) if the fixed fire-extinguishing systems in accordance with this section is not required, but is installed, ensure compliance of such systems IF the requirements. (6) If getting there class A machinery spaces are intended to lower level from an adjacent shaft tunnel, in addition to any watertight door aside from such remote engine provides mild steel door for protection from fire, which can be opened and closed from either side.
23. the rule. International shore connections (1) at least one international shore connection which complies with paragraph 23 (2). (2) the international shore connection Ensure the flange size, in accordance with the following table: measuring object size outer diameter inner diameter 178 millimeters 64 millimeters bolt hole Center to the rim diameter 132 mm gap in flange 4 holes with a diameter of 19 mm, hosted on the center circle of the bolt (Ø 132mm) equal distances to izfrēzēt gashes to the flange periphery flange thickness at least 14.5 mm bolts and 4 screws with head Ø 16 mm and 50 mm length (3) these compounds constructed from material that is the appropriate working pressure 1.0 Nt to 1 mm2. (4) flange to one party must have a flat surface, but the other party – constantly added to the connection corresponding to the fishing vessel's hydrants and hose connection size. Connection on Board along with any dense material that a valid working pressure to 1 mm2, 1N and, together with the four 50 mm 16 mm diameter screws, the heads and the corresponding eight washers. (5) provides for the possibility of following the coast connection to use from each side of the vessel.
24. the rule. Firefighter's outfits (1) a fishing vessel shall provide at least two Firefighter's outfits kits. Fireman's outfits must conform to the Organization of the fire safety systems code, chapter III 2.1, 2.1.1 and 2.1.2. Each required apparatus provides breathable with two spare charges. (2) fire-equipment kits deployed to various locations, which, as far as possible, are separated from one another, so as to be easily accessible and ready for use.
25. the rule. Fire control plan a fishing vessel permanently to be exhibited in the fire control plan. The content of this plan should be consistent with the Organization's resolution 654 (16) "fire control plan of graphical symbols" and the Organization's resolution 756 (18) "leading guidance on fire control plan information".
26. Rule. Fire-fighting equipment availability and readiness to work fire-fighting equipment well maintained and ensure easy availability of use at any time.
27. Rule. The possibility of substitution If this provision has certain special device, apparatus and equipment types, fire-fighting techniques, etc., it may be replaced by any other type of devices, machines, etc., provided that IF it is recognized by the equivalence of efficiency.
(C) part. Fire protection measures for fishing vessels of 24 m in length and over but less than 60 metres 28. Rule. Constructive fire protection (1) fishing vessel hull, superstructure, constructive, deck and bulkhead deck constructions constructions used to burn non-viable material. IF you can allow to burn the material design, able to condition, subject to the provisions of this regulation and under 40 (3) in addition to the specific requirements of the fire (2) (a) fishing vessels, as the case is constructed of combustible materials, unable to decks and bulkheads separating accommodation and service spaces, control stations, from class A engine, if the past is not provided with a fixed fire-extinguishing system, constructed by "A-60" class standard But if the fixed the fire-extinguishing system is fitted,-' A-30 ' class standard. Decks and bulkheads separating other machinery spaces from accommodation, service spaces and control stations, constructed by "A-0" class standard. Decks and bulkheads separating control stations from living and service facilities, constructed by "A" class standard and isolated, in accordance with the provisions of this section 7. tables 1 and 2, except that IF you can allow the use of "B-15" class cleavage, to separate such facilities, as the captain's cabin (škiper), from the wheelhouse, where such spaces are considered as part of the wheelhouse. (b) fishing vessels, as the case is constructed of materials capable of burning, decks and bulkheads separating the living room and the checkpoint, servicing of the engine, constructed after the "F" or "B-15" class standard. In addition, as far as this is possible in practice to prevent the passage of smoke within the engine. Decks and bulkheads separating control stations from accommodation and service spaces, constructed by "F" class standard. (3) (a) fishing vessels, as the case is constructed of combustible materials, incapable of a corridor bulkhead, which connects living spaces and control stations, service, built as the "B-15" class divide. (b) fishing vessels, as the case is constructed of combustible material capable of partitions, corridors that connect the living spaces and control stations, service, built as the "F" class divide. (c) any bulkhead in accordance with subparagraphs (a) and (b) to be provided from deck to deck, unless continuous ceiling, of the same class as the partitions, not installed on both sides of the bulkhead (in this case, the ceiling bulkhead may be stopped). (4) the internal staircase that connects the residential, service spaces and control stations, shall be made of steel or other equivalent material. Following the staircase construction type as "F" class partitions on ships, as the body is capable of burning material, or as a "B-15" class partitions on which the body is not capable of burning material, provided that if the staircase crosses only one deck, they fit in one level of the staircase. (5) doors and other closing appliances decks and bulkheads to which reference is made in paragraphs 28 (2) and 28 (3), as well as the door that housed the stairwells to which reference is made in paragraph 28 (4), and doors fitted in machinery spaces and boiler compartments, as far as reasonably possible, constructed with the equivalent strength of fire what is those compartments, in which they are fitted. "A" class engine room door must be pašaizveroš. (6) elevator shaft that passes through the residential and service premises, constructed of steel or other equivalent material, and shall be provided with means of closing that allows you to restrict the draughts and smoke spread. (7) (a) fishing vessels, as the case is constructed of materials capable of burning, decks and bulkheads along the perimeter of the premises where the emergency source of power, and bulkheads and decks between galleys, paint and light warehouses or any premises which is stored in a set of inflammable materials, and accommodation, service spaces or control stations, constructed as "F" or "B-15" class divide. (b) the decks and bulkheads to which reference is made in paragraph (a), on board fishing vessels, as the case is not capable of burning materials, builds as the ' A ' class divide that isolated under the IF, having regard to the risk of fire, except that IF you can fix the "B-15" class divide between the galley and accommodation, service spaces or control stations if the galley is set electrically heated in the fireplace, electric hot water heating devices and other electrically heated, only device. (c) products with high flammability transported in suitable, in hermetically sealed containers. (8) If, in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs (2), (3), (5) and (7) the bulkheads and decks are built as "A", "B" or "F" class cleavage, and they cross the electric cables, pipes, trunks, ducts etc., shall take measures in order not to weaken the integrity of the fire separation. (9) the gaps behind the ceiling panels or siding, residential care facilities or at checkpoints, divided by close-fitting draught-stops located no more than 7 standalone meters one from the other. (10) the engine room Windows and skylights shall be provided as follows: (a) if the light is open, Luke made it close from the outside. Light here that contain glass panels, shall be fitted with a permanently attached external shutters of steel or equivalent material; (b) the glass or equivalent material not allowed in the engine room. This does not apply to wire reinforced glass skylights in the use and control of machine room space; (c) the light here in the fields covered by subparagraphs (a), used with a wire reinforced glass. (11) the accommodation spaces, service spaces, except for domestic refrigerator bins, control stations and machinery spaces burned the disabled used insulation materials. "A" class engine room insulation internal borders surface as oil and vapour tight. (12) the fish storage compartments is a position protected by the isolation of close-fitting coating. (13) despite the requirements of this regulation if it can allow "A-0" class divide "B-15" or "F" class assessing dividing lines in place, the next room used to burn the material capable of.
29. Rule. Ventilation (1) provides for the fan stop options and the main conclusion of the vents from a position outside the spaces ventilated, except 30. in paragraph (2). (2) To provide equipment to the annular space around the flues can be closed from a safe position. (3) a corridor bulkhead door, and below them the fans are allowed. Such openings are permitted in the door and stairwell beneath them. Vents can be placed only in the lower part of the door. Each such door or under them apertures total area should not exceed 0.05 m2. If this is embedded in the door, their supply with grid made of burn incapable of material. (4) the "A" category of the engine and ventilation provided galleys channels may not cross at all accommodation spaces, service spaces and control stations. If it is approved by the channels constructed of steel or equivalent material and equipment so as to preserve the integrity of this space. (5) Living spaces, service spaces and control stations provided ventilation channels in General must not cross the machinery spaces of category A, or galley. If it is approved by the channels constructed of steel or equivalent material and equipment so as to preserve the integrity of this space. (6) Pieliekamo, which stores a certain quantity of products with a high capacity to flare up, be equipped with ventilation equipment, separated from other air exchange systems. Ventilation equipment for the upper and lower levels and fan intake and exhaust vents placed in secure locations. Inlet and outlet ventilation openings shall be fitted with suitable wire mesh guards sparks. (7) the engine room ventilation system independent from the systems that ensure the air exchange in other rooms. (8) where ventilation shafts or channels installed indoors in both "A" Class bulkhead (dividing lines) should be provided, bulkhead or deck bolts so as to prevent the spread of flames and smoke between compartments. Hand-driven locking bolts so that the equipment can be operated from both sides of the deck or bulkhead. If the ventilation shafts or channels with a free cross-sectional area exceeding 0.02 m2, passes through "A" Class bulkhead or deck, the fitting of automatic dampers that close themselves. The mine, which deploys in only one side of such a partition, the installation of the appropriate rules 9 (1) (b) requirements.
30. the rule. Heating equipment (1) electric radiators constructed and in a position to fire risk would be minimal. No such radiators may not be equipped with elements installed that can take clothes, curtains or similar materials aizsvilšan, or they may be ignited by heat from the element. (2) do not allow heating with an open fire. Stoves and similar installations firmly secured and ensure adequate protection and insulation under them, around them and towards their flues. Oven, which uses solid fuel, flues and equipment designed in such a way that would have minimal risk that they can be locked in the combustion and flue are provided with ready existing means for cleaning it. Aizbīdņo of the dūmvado exhaust early‐warning when they are in the closed position, leaving sufficient air closed the gap. The rooms, which are installed in ovens, provided with sufficient area for fans to ensure supply of the burning stove requires air. This fan must not be fitted with closing devices and deploys it to closing device specified in the provisions of article 9 (2), they would not be needed. (3) it is not allowed to use the equipment with an open gas flame except cookers (stoves) food preparation and water heater. The rooms have the following cookers or water heaters, be provided with adequate ventilation the burning end product and possible gas leaks discharge to a safe location. All the pipes of the gas delivery to the container (cylinder) to the stove or water heater to be made of steel or other approved material. The stove or water heater shall be provided with an automatic gas interruption devices which runs dropping gas pressure in the main pipeline, or a flame from any device.
31. the rule. Different requirements 1) (1) Open surface accommodation, service spaces, control stations, corridors and stairwells, and hidden surfaces behind bulkheads, ceilings, panels and lining in accommodation and service spaces and control stations, constructed of materials with low fire propagation characteristics, determined in accordance with the Organization's code of conduct "fire test procedures code". (2) in accommodation and service spaces, control stations, "A" class machine rooms and other machinery spaces with a similar fire hazard, all open glass plastic construction for the last round of the deck from the resin with a recognised fire spread not enhancing qualities, or cover with a recognized color with fire spread not contributing properties, or protected with another, not able to burn the material. (3) open the internal surface of the Interior can only be used to process the paints, varnishes, glazes and other skins, which do not emit excessive burning smoke, toxic gases or vapour the quantity determined in accordance with the Organization's code of conduct "fire test procedures code". (4) in accommodation and service spaces and control stations aboard the base cover with recognised material that is not easily uzliesmotspējīg or explosive and does not become toxic at elevated temperatures. 2) (5) (a) pipelines that pass through the "A" or "B" class bulkheads in accommodation and service spaces and control stations, shall be of recognized material pipes, assessed with respect to temperature, what these partitions need to endure. If 15 is authorized by the oil or other flammable liquids through the living and service facilities, pipelines makes from recognized material pipes, judging their safety with regard to the fire risk. (b) materials that heat affects easily become inefficient, you may not use the bilge, sanitary systems and other izvado of overboard, which is close to the waterline and where the failure of the material in the event of fire might cause flooding danger. (6) all waste receptacles, with the exception of fish processing, use is made of a material not able to burn without holes or holes in the bottom part. (7) the liquid pump with motor drive, unit fuel pumps and other similar fuel pumps shall be fitted with distance control, deployed outside the bound space so that they could stop, the event of a fire in the room where they are stationed. (8) in order to prevent the fuel from leaking the pictures, where it is required, deploy the drip tray of reception.
1) see recommendation 7 of the final act of the Conference. in annex 3 recommendations regarding the use of certain plastic materials, see guidelines 2) Organization resolution 687 (17).
32. Rule. Gas cylinders and dangerous materials storage (1) compressed, liquid or dissolved gas cylinders shall be clearly marked with the identification of a specific color, had a clearly legible identification with the title and the content of the chemical formula and thoroughly secured. (2) cylinders containing easily uzliesmotspējīg or other dangerous gases, and used balloons deployed and thoroughly secured to the deck and open all valves, pressure regulators and pipes attached to these cylinders are protected against damage. Cylinders are protected from excessive temperature changes, direct sunlight and from snow accumulation. However, IF The You can allow such a storage cylinder sections, corresponding to the point (3) and (5). (3) rooms that store very easily uzliesmotspējīg liquids, such as volatile, kerosene, benzene, etc. and, if allowed, liquefied petroleum gas, the equipment so that they contain only the entrance directly from the open decks. Pressure control devices and safety valves to release the equipment of those happen only in the appropriate bin. If such a partition restrictive bulkhead next to the other enclosed spaces, they constructed a gas tight. (4) it is not permitted for the installation of electrical wiring and elektroarmatūr which are used very uzliesmotspējīg liquids or easily liquefied gas storage, except only that partition is necessary. In this case, you can set up the only safe type-certified elektroarmatūr which comply with the relevant international standard IEC Publication 79 "electrical apparatus for explosive gas environment". Such premises may not be in heat sources and well visible place deploys inscriptions: "no smoking" and "do not use open light sources". (5) every type of compressed gas provides a single stored. Partitions, used for the storage of such gas shall not be used or other products capable of burning, nor the tools or other objects that are not part of the gas distribution system, storage. However, IF YOU can make these requirements, taking into account the characteristics of such compressed gas, quantity and intended use.
33. the rule. Escape routes (1) the staircase and the staircase that leads to and from all living rooms as well as rooms that are often served, except for the engine, equipment so as to ensure there would be a handy way to evacuate on the open deck and thence lifeboats or plosto. In particular, with respect to the following premises: (a) from all levels of living space provides at least two widely deployed standalone in the escape routes as number may also include normal means of getting to each such limited space or group of spaces; (b) (i) below deck, which is open from the top and from at least two sides (weather deck), the main escape route must be a staircase, but the second route of escape can be a shaft or ladder; and (ii) above the deck, which is open from the top and at least two parties (weather deck), escape routes must be stairs or door to an open deck or a combination thereof. If it is impossible in practice to the ladder or the machine door, one such escape routes can be the size of the window or sunroof, which, if necessary, protected against icing; (c) exceptionally, duly assessing the nature and layout of the premises and the number of people who can live or work in, IF you can allow one escape route; (d) or part of a corridor the corridor, where there is only one escape route, must not exceed 2.5 metres, but in any case it should not be longer than 5 metres; and (e) the escape route width and continuity IF determined in accordance with the opinion. (2) from each of the "A" class engine supports two evacuation roads situated away from one another as widely as possible. As the escape route down a vertical steel ladder. If the size of the engine due to provide two evacuation roads practically impossible, one of them may not get. In such cases special attention for remaining issues. (3) the elevator cannot be considered to be one of the required means of escape.
34. the rule. Automatic fire alarm and fire detection system for automatic fire alarm and fire detection systems in accommodation, service spaces and control stations, if the premises in accordance with point 28 (1) is authorized to burn construction or if able is used otherwise felt able to burn materials within these structures, special consideration should be given, taking into account the size, equipment, and layout, as well as keeping the deployed equipment flame spread characteristics.
34. Clause (A).
On board fishing vessels, built in 2003 on January 1 or later, the automatic fire alarm, detection and indication system also set up corridors, stairwells and escape routes in accordance with the requirements of regulation 15.
35. the rule. Fire-fighting pumps (1) the minimum number of fire-fighting pump installation and type in the following: (a) one pump with motor driven impeller which is independent of the main engine; or (b) one pump with drive from the main engine, that drives the gear can be easily disconnected, or has the screw with adjustable head. Despite this, in point should always ensure at least two fire pumps. (2) how fire-fighting pumps may also be used for sanitary, ballast, picture, General Service or any other pumps, if they meet the requirements of chapter V, and does not affect the image the bilge. Fire-fighting pump connections in such a way that they may not use oil or other flammable liquids, the liquid for the position. (3) the centrifugal pumps or other main fire-fighting system pumps connected, through which water can be atplūs back, fitted with permanent valves. (4) fishing vessels which are not equipped with emergency fire pumps with motor drive and with fixed fire-extinguishing systems in machinery spaces, provided with additional firefighting resources after IF YOU wish. (5) if the fishing vessel shall be provided with emergency fire pumps, they can be only individual pumps, which are power-operated and independently operated, either with separate direct diesel drive and fuel supply, fitted in an easily accessible position outside the spaces that are installed in the main fire pump or is powered from separate generator that can also be an emergency generator with enough capacity and which is located in a safe location outside the machinery spaces by favouring placements above the working deck. (6) provide the ability to operate the emergency fire-fighting pumps, sea water suction valves and other valves required from outside the bin, which is installed in the main fire pumps from the position, he could not pose a fire which originated in these compartments. (7) the common main pump motor fire capacity (Q) down to at least the following: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ = 0.15 L Q (√ (B + D) + 2.25) 2 m3/hour, (B) and (D), where L is in metres.
(8) If installing two independent pumps with motor drive, the capacity of each pump set not less than 40% of the points (7), or about 25 m3/hour, watching that is greater. (9) If the main fire pumps pass through the main motorway of the connected fire hoses and fire-fighting points in the barrel (7) determine the amount of water, the water pressure at any hydrant shall provide not less than 0.25 Nt/mm2. (10) If the emergency fire pumps with mechanical drive pass point 37 (1) set the water jet, any hydrants must be under pressure IF specified.
36. the rule. The main fire line (1) If, in accordance with point 37 (1) require more than one fire hydrant for the supply of several jets, creates the main fire line. (2) the main fire line, if it is not protected, you may not use materials that can easily become ineffective as a result of exposure to heat. (3) if the fire pumps delivers water from the main line at a pressure exceeding the design pressure of the work, the safety valve shall be provided. (4) in order to ensure sufficient firefighting system efficiency, the main motorway of fire may only be necessary for the attachment of fire, except for the Board and for washing and enkurķēž picture bilge ejector operation. (5) If the main fire line is not a pašnosusinoš type, if possible, be provided with suitable drains tap to prevent lice.) 4 line 4) see guidance on precautions against the main fire hydrant from freezing, which can be found in the Conference Protocol 7. recommendations in annex 3.
37. the rule. Hydrants, fire hose and barrel (1) hydrants are placed so as to allow them to easily and quickly add a hose, and that at least one jet could push to any part of the fishing vessel that is normally accessible during navigation. (2) the jets, required (1), provides in paragraph from one length of fire hoses. (3) in addition to the requirements of paragraph (1), (A) the class of engine provides at least one fire hydrant, complete with fire hose and gun dubultveid. Of these hydrants located outside the machinery space, close to the entrance. (4) each of the hydrants required with one fire hose. In addition to this requirement, also provides at least one spare hose. (5) one fire hose length must not exceed 20 metres. (6) use only recognised material made from fire hoses. Every fire hose provided with connection and dubultveid barrel. (7) except where the fire hose is permanently attached to the main motorway fire extinguishing hose connections and the barrel to provide those that are completely interchangeable. (8) paragraph (6) provides the required compliance with the installed barrel fire-fighting pump capacity, but in any case, the diameter of the nozzles shall not be less than 12 mm. 38. Rule. The fire-aparāti5) (1) only use recognized types of fire extinguishers. The required portable fluid extinguishers shall be fixed volume not more than 13.5 litres and not less than 9 litres. Another fire extinguisher capacity can not exceed the portable liquid fire extinguisher carried the equivalent of 13.5 litres and not less than 9 litres fluid extinguisher portable equivalent. Where a portable fire extinguisher equivalents. (2) a spare charge shall be provided in accordance with the requirements. Fishing vessels, built in 2003 on January 1 or later, the following rules shall apply: (a) for each type of fire extinguisher, you can reload a fishing vessel, with the exception in subparagraph (b), for the first 10 extinguishers shall be provided 100% spare charges for fire extinguishers, other 50% but not more than 60; (b) fishing vessels with a length of less than 45 m, fire extinguishers, which cannot reload a fishing vessel, the spare capacity of the site provide a reserve of at least 50% of same type and capacity of fire extinguishers; (c) a fishing vessel provides instructions for fire extinguisher reloaded. Overcharging may only be used for the reserve ordnance that recognized for the type of fire extinguishers. (3) prevent the use of a fire extinguisher, fire extinguishing agent, which is used as a feature, which, according to the CASE, either by itself, or the possible conditions of use, can give off toxic gases in such quantities as to endanger persons who can use them. (4) the fire extinguishers shall be examined once a year within the competent person authorised by IF. Fire extinguishers provided with a mark indicating that it is checked. All fire extinguishers that are constantly under pressure, containers, but a fire extinguisher that is not constantly under pressure, reaction vessels, tested by hydraulic pressure once every 10 years. (5) generally, one portable fire extinguisher that is intended for use in any room, located near the entrance to this space.
5) see revised guiding instructions mobile marine fire extinguishers, adopted by the organization by resolution a. 680 (17) 39 rule 2. Portable fire extinguishers in control stations and in accommodation and service spaces (1) sufficient recognition of the portable fire extinguisher of the deployed number of checkpoints in accommodation and service spaces and in order to ensure that at least one of the appropriate type of fire extinguisher readily available for use in every part of this space. However, total premises located at least three fire extinguishers. (2) a spare charge shall be provided in accordance with the requirements. Fishing vessels, built in 2003 on January 1 or later, the following rules shall apply: (a) for each type of fire extinguisher, you can reload a fishing vessel except under subparagraph (b), for the first 10 extinguishers shall be provided 100% spare charges for fire extinguishers, other 50% but not more than 60gab.; (b) fishing vessels with a length of less than 45 m, fire extinguishers, which cannot reload a fishing vessel, the spare capacity of the site provide a reserve of at least 50% of same type and capacity of fire extinguishers; (c) a fishing vessel provides instructions for fire extinguisher reloaded. Overcharging may only be used for the reserve ordnance that recognized for the type of fire extinguishers.
40. the rule. Fire-fighting equipment in the engine despite the conditions, all machinery spaces of category A set of fixed fire-fighting equipment. (1) (a) the space containing the liquid fuel in the boiler, the fuel assemblies or internal combustion engines with a total power output of 375 kW or more, provide one of the following fixed fire-fighting systems, and IF the discretion of: (i) the pressure of the water spray equipment; (ii) the fire-extinguishing waste facility; (iii) the fire-extinguishing equipment, which uses steam from volatile liquids with a low level of toxicity; or (iv) the fire-extinguishing equipment that uses multiple foam. (b) If the engine and boiler rooms are not entirely separated, or fuel can leak from the engine room, boiler room United engine room and boiler room feels as one partition. (2) in subparagraph (1) (a) of the listed items of equipment control equipment outside the premises, easily accessible locations, which can not cut the fire which broke out at these premises. In the event of a fire in the protected space provides for the operation of the fire-extinguishing system required in the energy and water supply. (3) the fishing vessels, which are entirely or mainly built of wood or plastic and which are installed with liquid fuel fired boiler or the internal combustion engine are positioned in the machinery spaces, which also built from this material, installed in one of the requirements in paragraph (1) the fire-extinguishing systems. (4) all machinery spaces of category A at least two such type of portable fire extinguishers, suitable for the oil spill-related fires. If the engine is mounted in the engine with total power output of 250 kW and larger, they provide three such portable fire extinguishers. One of the portable fire extinguishers deployed at the entrance to the room. (5) fishing vessels, which are not installed in machinery spaces a fixed fire-fighting system, provided with foam fire extinguisher of at least 45 litres of capacity, or equivalent, valid for burning petroleum products. If the size of the engine, this condition is not fulfilled in practice, IF you can allow instead deploy additional portable fire extinguishers.
41. the rule. Firefighter's equipment On fishing vessels which length is 45 m or more, provide at least two Firefighter's outfits sets that deploys a readily accessible and widely separated locations that may not be cut off in the event of fire. Fireman's outfits must conform to the Organization of the fire safety systems code, chapter III 2.1, 2.1.1 and 2.1.2. Each breathable apparatus required at least two spare charges.
42. the rule. Fire control plan to the permanent exhibition of the fishing vessel fire control plan. The content of this plan should be consistent with the Organization's resolution 654 (16) "fire control plan of graphical symbols" and the Organization's resolution 756 (18) "leading guidance on fire control plan information". Fishing vessels with a length of 45 metres below where you can be exempted from this requirement.
43. the rule. Fire-fighting equipment availability and readiness to work fire-fighting equipment well maintained and ensure easy availability of use at any time.
44. the rule. The possibility of substitution If this chapter lays down the rules for the special device, apparatus and equipment types, fire-fighting techniques, etc., it may be replaced by any other type of devices, machines, etc., provided that IF it is recognized by the equivalence of efficiency.
(D) part. Fire safety on board fishing vessels with a length of 12 m and over but less than 24 metres, rule 45. Constructive fire protection (1) If steel or steel deck bulkheads in accommodation spaces are also fuel tank wall or ceiling, it is covered with at least 40 mm thick insulation layer from the burn incapable of material. Fuel tank hatches or other openings should not be deployed in living quarters. (2) external bulkheads and sides of the vessel, bounded by the living rooms, insulated with at least 50 mm thick insulation material. Steel vessels of the bulkhead between the accommodation and machinery spaces or cargo spaces constructed of steel. Wooden boats they constructed from two trees with two layers of felt or equivalent material rounds of 60 mm between or thick slabs of wood with insulation lining. (3) where a between accommodation and machinery space is designed for doors, they are made of steel and those that close themselves. The door is allowed between the galley and mess, provided that they are made of fire spread not promotional material; the same applies to the service hatch.
46. the rule. Ventilation systems (1) the ability to stop the fan and close the main ventilation system vents made from a position outside the spaces ventilated, except for the exceptions that can occur from 47. rule. (2) ventilation slots are allowed a corridor bulkhead door and beneath them. Such openings are permitted in the door and stairwell beneath them. Vents can be placed only in the lower part of the door. Each of those openings which is the doorway or beneath them, total area should not exceed 0.05 m2. If the door is opened, the following shall be incorporated in the supply to the grid, which is made of a material not able to burn. (3) normal ventilation channels to the "A" category of the engine and galleys must not cross the accommodation, service spaces and control stations. If, however, IF it is approved by the channels consists of steel or equivalent material and equipment so as to keep this space for fire safety. (4) normal ventilation channels to living rooms, service rooms and control rooms must not cross the machinery spaces of category A, or galley. If, however, you can allow such a solution provided that channels are constructed of steel or equivalent material and arranged so as to keep this space for fire safety. (5) Pieliekamo, which stores a certain amount of products with a high capacity to flare up, be equipped with ventilation systems that are separated from other air exchange systems. The ventilation as the upper part of the space and the bottom, and the fan intake and exhaust vents placed in secure locations and must be equipped with a spark-trap (wire mesh). (6) Engine room ventilation system builds, as independent from those systems that provide an air exchange in other rooms.
47. the rule. Heating equipment (1) electric radiators shall be affixed in such a position and shall be so constructed that the risk of ignition would be minimal. No such radiators may not be equipped with elements installed that can take clothes, curtains or similar materials aizsvilšan, or they can be ignited from the heat emitted. (2) the ovens and other similar equipment shall be firmly secured and provided with adequate fire protection and insulation under them, around them and towards their flues. Stoves that use solid fuels, flues and equipment designed in such a way that would have minimal risk that they can be locked in the combustion products, and with the existing means for cleaning it. Aizbīdņo for traction to dūmvado when they early‐warning is in the closed position, provide sufficient air closed the gap. Room where furnaces are installed, provided with sufficient area for fans to ensure supply of the burning stove requires air. (3) it is not allowed to use the equipment with an open gas flame except cookers (stoves) food preparation and water heater. The rooms have the following cookers or water heaters, be provided with adequate ventilation the burning end product and possible gas leaks discharge to a safe location. All the pipes of the gas delivery to the container (cylinder) to the stove or water heater to be made of steel or other equivalent material recognised. Cookers or water heaters are provided also with an automatic gas interruption devices which runs dropping gas pressure in the main pipeline from the flame or on any device.
48. the rule. Different requirements (1) in accommodation and service spaces, control stations, corridors and stairwells are not protected surface and cover surface behind partitions, ceiling linings, panels and inner skins, including a primer on hidden or inaccessible places, finishing materials used with low fire spread level. (2) all vulnerable surfaces in accommodation and service spaces, control stations, machinery spaces of category A and other machinery spaces with a similar risk of fire origin, made of glass fibre, polyester coated with recognised in the final, with the fire spreading characteristics of delay or painted in a recognised fire spread immediate color, or not able to burn protected material. (3) the internal Interior vulnerable surface treatment may be used only for paints, varnishes, glazes and other skins, which burning not isolated large quantities of smoke and toxic gases or vapours. Required IF the opinion that they do not possess an excessive fire hazard. (4) in accommodation, service spaces and control stations aboard the base coating the bottom layer consists of the recognized material that is not easily able to flare up and at elevated temperatures do not become toxic or explosive. (5) in accommodation and service spaces and control stations the pipelines that pass through class ' A ' partition and partitions, use the recognized material pipes, assessed with respect to temperature, which can withstand the partitions, which they crossed. If the case has authorized a 15 oil and combustible liquids through pipelines that go through living and service facilities, these pipelines made of material recognized pipes which judged in relation to a fire hazard. (6) the bilge pumping systems, sanitary and other izvado of overboard, which is close to the waterline, you may not use materials that easily can become an effective heat, and damage in the event of fire may cause danger of flooding. (7) all waste receptacles, with the exception of fish processing, use is made of a material not able to burn without holes or holes in the side and the bottom part. (8) the liquid pump with motor drive, unit fuel pumps and other similar fuel pumps shall be fitted with distance control, deployed outside the premises related to the event of a fire in a room, where they are deployed, it could stop. (9) in order to prevent the fuel from leaking the pictures, where it is required, deploy the drip tray of reception.
49. the rule. Gas cylinders and dangerous materials storage (1) compressed, liquid or dissolved gas cylinders shall be thoroughly strengthened and using specific identification color, provides a clearly marked that it is clearly legible name and chemical formula. (2) cylinders containing flammable or other dangerous gases and cylinders used, deployed on the open deck and thoroughly secured. All valves, pressure regulators and pipes attached to these cylinders are protected against damage. Balloons are also protected from excessive temperature changes, direct sunlight and from snow accumulation. However, IF you can allow such a storage cylinder sections, corresponding to the point (3) and (5). (3) the premises for the storage of liquefied petroleum gas equipment that the entrance is possible only in directly from the open decks. Pressure control devices and safety valves shall be fitted so as to ensure that all the exhaust only partition. If such a partition restrictive bulkhead next to the other enclosed spaces, they form a gas-tight. (4) it is not permitted for the installation of electrical wiring and elektroarmatūr partitions, used very easily with a Flash capable of liquid or liquefied gas storage, except the wiring and elektroarmatūr required for this partition. If elektroarmatūr is set up, necessary IF the opinion on its suitability for use in a very inflammable environment. This space must not be a heat source. There well visible place put "no smoking" notices and "do not use open flame". (5) the various types of compressed gas stored separately. Partitions, used for the storage of such gas must not be stored nor other burn capable products, nor the tools or other objects that are not part of the gas distribution system. However, IF, having regard to the following characteristics of compressed gas, quantity and intended use, may facilitate this requirement.
50. the rule. Means of escape (1) the staircase and the staircase that leads to and from all living rooms and other spaces, which are often served, except for the engine, for which the rules are in other paragraphs, the equipment so as to be handy evacuation routes for leaving the deck of the vessel. (2) of the living premises at all levels – from each of the larger rooms or groups of rooms, provides at least two escape routes, which deploys standalone apart as far as possible. (3) the main exit to the bottom of the deck, which is open from the top and at least two parties (weather deck), and the other is the ladder exit can realize as emergency exits. The way out to the top of the deck, which is open from the top and at least two parties (weather deck) is a staircase or the doors to the open deck or a combination thereof; (4) in exceptional cases, duly considering the nature and layout of the premises and the number of people who usually live or work in them, IF you can allow one escape route. Need opinion on exit width and direction. The elevator cannot be considered as escape routes.
51. the rule. Automatic fire alarm systems on fishing vessels with a length of between 12 and 24 metres whose design is flammable, or other reasons, constructing housing, service and control points, is used to burn a significant amount of material and capable of taking into account the size, design and, in relation to the control room, and the position where it is too hot, also the set of furniture and equipment of fire propagation characteristics with careful consideration of the automatic fire alarm systems installation need in these spaces.
52. Rule. Fire-fighting pumps, their number, capacity and disposition (1) fishing vessels shall provide at least one fire pump with a motor drive. However, depending on the shipping area and other conditions may also be required if the emergency pump. (2) If you can meet the requirements for maximum suction height, as the emergency pump can also be portable pump with diesel drive with an independent supply of diesel and fuel reserve. Mobile emergency fire pump inspected at least once a month and, together with the pump placed in the equipment needed for it to run suction hose, add, etc.. Pumps that work need to prepare, equipped with flue and shutoff valve. (3) How fire-fighting pumps may declare a sanitary, ballast and General pumps, provided that they do not usually use oil or oil to the liquid, but if it is in some cases also used the liquid, they are fitted with suitable devices to the switch would not be possible to accidentally run the pumps for suction from tank where ballast water can be in place of another liquid, or to remove from the picture system While still allowing pressure vessel firefighting faucets. You may not use security devices that are based on the reduction of certain flow-through pipelines, using a diaphragm-type flaps. (4) the use of fire-fighting pumps, ensure that the water supply would happen only to the fire tap. (5) the specified fire-fighting pumps may also consist of several pumps, provided that they satisfactorily works alongside and maintain point (8) capacity. (6) not specified mobile firefighting pumps must provide at least 0.25 Nt/mm2 pressure maintenance at two of the pump in the outermost fire hydrant shall, each accompanied by one length with 12 mm hose nozzle. (7) mobile firefighting pumps, at the point (8) of the specified capacity, must ensure that the Nt/mm2 pressure 0.25 maintaining hydrants. (8) each designated fire-fighting pump capacity (Q) shall be determined in accordance with the following formula, however in no case be lower than 16 m3/hour: _____ ___ = Q (√ 0.15 L (B + D) + 2.25) 2 m3/hour, (B) and (D), where L is in metres.
The total required capacity of the fire pumps may not exceed 30 m3/hour. (9) where fire-fighting pump power source is a diesel drive, provides the ability to easily start cold diesel with hand cranks, at 0 ° C temperature. If this is not possible, or if the ship is expected to operate at lower temperatures, also carried out IF the acceptable measures to ensure the engine easy starting. (10) If a diesel starting manually is possible, IF you can allow other means of actuation. They may have the type of features that provide the engine to run at least 6 times in 30-minute period and at least twice in the first 10 minutes. (11) the emergency pump engine with diesel drive with a tank of fuel with a sufficient amount of fuel a 3 hour continuous work under full load and with fuel reserves outside the machinery space engine to work 15 hours in the future. (12) in cold areas, sailing in maritime emergency diesel shall be supplied with diesel fuel, intended for use at low temperatures. (13) the electric drive emergency pumps provided with electricity from the energy source from which the energy supply can be carried out independently of the engine room equipment. (14) it is not permitted direct access from the engine room, which deployed emergency fire pumps and their sources of energy and vice versa. If it is not possible to run if the equipment may be recognized when access is possible through the Airlock, which both doors is pašaizveroš type, or through the watertight door to the satisfactory operation of the mechanism. (15) it may not deploy or store fire-fighting pumps, including emergency fire pumps, on the front end of the forepeak bulkhead or its extension. (16) the fire-extinguishing pump sea valves and other valves necessary to deploy it to a fire erupt in other places outside the pump room, the deployment would not hinder the use of the pump. (17) At any possible fishing vessel's heeling or trim during navigation, the total height of the pump suction should not exceed 4.5 metres (suction height + pipeline resistance). (18) All fixed mounted fire pumps provided with control valves water pump outlet side. (19) if the fire pumps are able to create pressure, which exceeds the maximum allowed working pressure pipes, faucets and hoses, pumps are provided with safety valve to prevent fire-fighting system, too much pressure.
53. the rule. The main fire mains (1) fishing vessel creates the main fire line so as to ensure the effective quantity of water indicated. (2) maximum pressure fire hydrant shall not exceed that at which it can provide efficient handling with a fire hose. (3) the main fire line made of steel or other material pipes that heat the impression can not easily distorted. (4) the main fire line deployed to minimal mechanical damage pipelines likely to emerge. (5) where there is a possibility of damage from Frost, take steps to prevent it.
54. the rule. Hydrants, fire hose and barrel (1) hydrants are placed so as to add to those hoses may be easily and quickly, so that at least one jet could push to any fishing vessel which is normally available during navigation. (2) the Jets required in paragraph (1), from the length of a fire hose. (3) in addition to the requirements of paragraph (1), class A machinery spaces shall provide at least one fire hydrant, complete with fire hose and a double kind of barrel. Of these hydrants located outside the machinery space, close to the entrance. (4) each of the hydrants required with one fire hose. As well as providing at least one spare hose, in addition to this requirement. (5) one fire hose length must not exceed 20 metres. (6) fire-fighting hoses made of recognized material. Every fire hose provided with connection and double type of barrel. (7) except where the fire hose is permanently connected to the fire main of main, ensure mutually substitutable for the fire completely hose connections and the barrel. (8) paragraph (6) provides for the required compliance with the installed barrel fire-fighting pump capacity, but in any case, the diameter of the nozzles shall not be less than 12 mm. 55. Rule. Portable fire extinguishers (1) fishing vessels authorised to use only the type and structure of recognised fire extinguishers. You may not use the fire extinguishers containing an extinguishing agent which spontaneously or after conviction under certain conditions of use gives off toxic gases in such quantities as to pose a danger to people on the fishing vessel. (2) it is not necessary to provide the required portable fluid extinguishers capacity of more than 13.5 litres, but it may not be less than 9 litres. Other types of fire extinguishers may not exceed the portable liquid fire extinguisher carried the equivalent of 13.5 litres, but it may not be less than 9 litres fluid extinguisher portable equivalent. (3) paragraph (1) the specified liquid fire extinguishers can be replaced with other recognized type of fire extinguishers, using the following equivalents: (a) water/foam as the 1:1 liter/litre; (b) foam/powder, and 2:1 litre/kg; (c) CO2/powder, and 1:1 kg/kg. (4) mobile foam unit that is to be used in connection with the main line provides firefighting, complete with foam sector pipe and blowing air jet pipe and provides for the possibility of connecting it to the main highway with fire hoses. Be it with a portable tank containing at least 20 litres of foam-making liquid and reserve tank. Barrel nozzle must constitute effective foam jet oil for deletion, with a speed of at least 1.5 m3 per minute. (5) the use of such types of fire extinguishers, you can reload a fishing vessel to each requested fire extinguishers provided at least one spare charge. (6) using the type extinguishers which cannot reload a fishing vessel, for every 4 fire extinguishers, or parts thereof, for at least one full backup of a fire extinguisher. Reserve extinguishers deployed evenly around the ship. (7) the extinguisher periodically checks and testing IF. For fire extinguisher periodic inspections and pressure tests, carried out in accordance with points (10); (11); (12); (13) and (14) apply, the following conditions: (a) in accordance with points (10); (11) and (12) checks out the fishing vessel concerned and about the response of a fishing vessel or senior engineer, provided that a fishing vessel is the fire extinguisher type manufacturer-issued maintenance instructions and checks are carried out in strict compliance with these instructions; (b) the pressure tests laid down in points (13) and (14), the fishing vessel engineer, provided that that person has obtained the required fishing vessel engineer diploma; (c) if the above examination and testing is not carried out or cannot be carried out on board fishing vessels, they take appropriate certified coastal plants. (8) To ensure the fishing vessel, a fire extinguisher and spare capacity permanent readiness for work and carried out regular routine it controls. (9) perform systematic application of the transportable fire extinguishers (both from the living spaces, both from engine) test fire alarms. (10) the mixed protein foam type extinguisher check runs once every 4mēnešo. Fire extinguisher, located in machinery spaces and rooms where a normal room temperature over temperature range 15 ° C-25 ° C, ordnance time 4mēnešo change with spare capacity, which is not older than one year, in accordance with the date stamped by the supplier. Reserve ordnance stored at a temperature that is lower than 15 ° c. (11) all types of fire extinguishers in the annual, general inspection: (a) external inspection of containers on chassis intrusion and rusting signs. Cassette type powder, water and foam fire extinguisher containers (in accordance with point (12)) also from the inside. If found, it clears the rust and painting containers. In cases where significant external damage and/or external rūsējum, wide containers either replaced, or take the test with pressure, and then the internal inspection in accordance with paragraphs (13) and (14) and after checking the results must be satisfactory; (b) valves, hydrants, hoses, etc. must not be damaged. Damaged parts replaced. In connection with any defective parts replacement: (i) the seals made from good quality rubber, which is oil safe, resistant to ageing and weathering, or other material of equivalent properties, (ii) the hose length is appropriate and they used rubber, or other material in place, a rubber is oil safe and resistant to ageing and weathering. (c) the CO2 fire extinguisher hoses and fittings must withstand the test pressure of 25 Nt/mm2, while the other type fire extinguisher hoses and fittings, double working pressure; (d) a check or a fire extinguisher instructions are not damaged and are legible, if not, replace the instructions; (e) verification of final seal or stamp the extinguisher actuating handle and fire extinguishers attached to durable labels indicating: (i) the last inspection the month and year, and (ii) the person or company who made the inspection, the name, surname and address. (12) certain types of extinguishers annual inspections: (a) CO2 fire extinguisher-weigh a ready-to-use position. If the weight, the weight of the load toward the beginning position, dropped more than 10%, it reloads; (b) the compressed nitrogen or CO2 extinguishers-check the pressure gauge or manometer shows functioning and proper storage pressure at normal temperature. If pressure is lower than the needed indicated on the pressure gauge, a fire extinguisher can be recharged. If the fire extinguisher does not pass points (13) and (14) specific testing under pressure, the powder charge change; (c) cassette type powder, water and foam fire extinguisher-these upsets and if it finds that the powder is "easy flowing" and completely dry, replace it. Cassette clear and weigh. If you have not found the weight marked on the cassette, the reduction by more than 10%, leaving the tape for future use. If the cassette does not pass points (13) and (14) specific testing under pressure, replace it. (13) All testing is carried out with liquids under pressure and scrutiny or container is completely filled with fluid. Maintain a constant test pressure for at least 15 seconds and the container must not show any signs of leaks or permanent changes. After testing under pressure, carefully wipe your container. On the container legibly mark the test under pressure, month and year. (14) certain types of fire extinguisher testing under pressure type recurrence: (a) CO2 extinguisher containers are cleaned, their inner surface inspection and testing under pressure every 15 years. The test pressure is 20 N/mm2 or 25 N/mm2, depending on the container. If more than 5 years after the last test under pressure, unload a CO2 fire extinguisher may again be charged only if the new testing under pressure and the results are satisfactory; (b) the compressed nitrogen or CO2 extinguisher containers are cleaned, their inner surface inspection and testing under pressure every 10 years. Testing is done under pressure, which is 1.5 times the filling pressure, but it may not be less than 0,1 n/mm2 for the pressure indicated on the container. If more than 5 years after the last test under pressure, unload a CO2 fire extinguisher may again be charged only if the new testing under pressure and the results are satisfactory; (c) cassette type powder, water and foam fire extinguisher containers that use cassette with hand gas, cleaned, made it to the inner surface of the test and the test under pressure every 5 years. Testing is done under pressure, which is 1.5 times the filling pressure, but it may not be less than 0,1 n/mm2 for the test pressure indicated on the container.
56. the rule. Fire-fighting equipment (1) fishing vessel shall be provided with adequate fire detection and extinguishing equipment. (2) the rooms located in the main engines with fuel fired boiler, including the key heating boilers, fires and fuel Assembly, provided with a fixed fire-extinguishing system. The rooms are located with the fuel, fuel for boilers, fuel Assembly or the internal combustion engine, with a total power output of at least 375 kW, with one of the following fixed fire-extinguishing systems, recognized by IF: (a) a pressure water spray equipment; (b) fire extinguishing equipment that uses gas; (c) fire-fighting equipment, which uses multiple foam. If the engine and boiler rooms are not entirely separated, or fuel can leak from the engine room boiler room, engine room and boiler room shall be considered as a single partition. (3) the fire detection and extinguishing equipment, to which reference is made in paragraph (1), command and control of deployed equipment easily accessible locations outside the area to be cut off in the event of a fire in way, protected areas. Take measures to ensure that a fire in the protected areas, not to stop the fire detection and extinguishing equipment for energy and water supply. (4) the renowned portable fire extinguishers placed in appropriate locations or at checkpoints and in accommodation and service spaces. There at least three such portable fire extinguishers, not including portable fire extinguishing apparatus intended for machinery spaces. On board fishing vessels, with no more than two rooms, the number can be reduced. All machinery spaces of category A shall provide at least two portable fire extinguishers (one-12kg and one of 5 kg), which is suitable for burning oil. In the machinery spaces, which have engines with a total capacity of 250 kW, ensure at least three such machines. Most of those stores near the entrance of the room. (5) fishing vessels, built 2003.01 January or later: (a) for each type of portable fire extinguishers, you can reload a fishing vessel, made for a 50% reserve ordnance except (b); (b) each type of portable fire extinguishers, impossible to reload a fishing vessel, a provision intended to – 50% of the same type and capacity of the portable fire extinguisher spare charges; (c) a fishing vessel provides portable fire extinguishing apparatus instructions for overcharging. The above portable fire extinguishers can only use recognized types of reserve ordnance. (6) Portable fire extinguishers are regularly inspected in accordance with a prescribed test procedures. (7) fishing vessels, built 2003.01 January or later portable fire extinguishers shall be inspected IF the authorised competent person once a year. Every portable fire extinguisher shall be provided with a mark indicating that it is checked. Take the fire extinguisher, which is constantly under pressure, the container and the fire extinguisher that is not under pressure, Jet testing of container with hydraulic pressure once every 10 years.
57. the rule. Firefighter's outfits in some cases IF you can request a firefighter's equipment Kit existence, setting their number and their location.
58. the rule. Fire extinguishing equipment due to the possibility of securing a quick fishing vessel in service, fire detection and extinguishing equipment is constantly maintained in good working order, ready for immediate use.
59. the rule. This section required the substitution of machines, equipment, fire-fighting substances, etc. may be replaced by other equivalent, if not considered less efficient than required.
Chapter VI. Crew protection (working environment, security, etc.)
Unless otherwise indicated, the provisions of this chapter apply to both existing and new fishing vessels.
The general rule On new and existing fishing vessels of each location, as well as the location to where the fishing vessel crew, constructed so that the crew is governed in a way that fully comply with health and safety requirements.
1. the rule. General protective measures (1) safety wire system designed to be effective in all cases, and it is equipped with all the necessary cables, cables, clamps and mounts. (2) the deck openings, where the border is less than 600 mm, be fitted with Rails, for example, a removable railing with a height at least 1 m. IF you can allow any use of the type enclosures around the small openings. (3) skylights and other similar openings shall be fitted with a protective barrier that has isolated one from the other, up to 350 mm. IF you can allow any use of the type enclosures around the small openings. (4) the Covered surface is so constructed or treated to minimize slipping crew members. Particular areas, such as the engine room, galley, at around the sack and winches, network machinery, fish processing sites, door, stairs to the ends of the deck provides coatings that reduce slipping. 8 (5) if the crew members working in or moving to the places where there is increased risk of falling overboard, to use all possible security features, such as safety ropes, life jackets, belts or other appropriate equipment. Such work may be performed only if ensure their permanent monitoring. (6) where the work takes place and circumstances, which can not provide and plan a full safety, crew members this work shall be carried out only in the individual rescue dressed.
8 wooden deck without pretslīdamīb coverage can be regarded as appropriate conditions on the soleplate.
2. the rule. Openings in decks (1) Luke and other openings shall be fitted with locking lid, which ensures against accidental closing. Serious emergency exit hatch covers fitted with counterweights and so constructed as to be able to open the lid from both inside and outside. (2) the entrance hole size must not be less than 600X600 mm or 600 mm in diameter. (3) If practicable, above the emergency exit hatches fitted handles.
3. Rule. Bulwark, railings and fencing (1) all exposed parts of the working deck shall be fitted with a sufficiently safe railing or bulwark. This also applies to bodies decks if they work for the people. And the height of the bulwark rail above the deck not less than 1 metre. If the height of the conflict with normal exploitation of the fishing vessel, IF you can set a different minimum height. Existing fishing vessels and bulwark rail minimum height 750 mm can be, if you recognize it as sufficient. (2) the minimum vertical distance between the waterline and the deeper life low point at the top of the bulwark, or job board surface, if the rail is mounted in the walls, should be sufficient to protect the crew of a fishing vessel from the water, which is uzskalot on the Board, taking into account the allowed shipping areas, hidrometeoroloģisko conditions, which allowed the operation of the fishing vessel, a type of fishing vessel and fishing techniques, and it must meet IF the requirements. On board fishing vessels with a length of more than 24 m and constructed after January 1, 2003, the height of the freeboard measured amidships from the fishing vessel working deck surface from which fishing takes place, must not be less than 300 mm or less than the freeboard height, corresponding to the maximum draught permitted by watching what is greater, according to the fishing vessel's stability information.. Fishing vessels working deck is so protected that the sea water to get it, the other is not the minimum freeboard height as this one, which corresponds to the maximum authorized draught. (3) the distance between the deck and the bottom railing must not exceed 230 mm. Distance between the other-must not exceed 380 mm and the distance between the railing stanchions must not be more than 1.5 m. fishing vessels with rounded deck with side railing pillars secured to the deck flat parts. On the railing must have no sharp edges, corners and other sharp, they must be sufficiently strong. (4) in order to ensure the safe movement of the crew of the fishing vessel between the accommodation, engine room and other work areas, fishing vessels be equipped with handrails, safety cables, virsklāj or zemklāj IF the routes in accordance with the requirements. Body, deck and windscreen of the House from the outside shall be equipped with handles to storm fishing crews could safely move and work. (5) fishing vessels with stern trawling shall be fitted with a gate or other slip slip the enclosure, with the same height as the adjacent bulwark or handrail. If above the fence does not slip in place, slip around freely with the chain, or other similar temporary feature. (6) To another type of trawlers Stern bulwark can not be, on condition that the vertical distance from the waterline to the deeper work job board surface is at least 1800mm and the crew is protected against the ingress of sea water on deck and the railing is installed with a minimum height of 1000 mm from the right to the left side (around deck aft) and that each case is taken other necessary safety measures in accordance with the requirements.
4. Rule. Stairs and ladders in order to ensure the safety of the crew of the fishing vessel, a ship shall be fitted with appropriate size and strength in stairs and ladders with handles and nonslip steps. Fishing vessels built after 1 January 2003 the following ladders and gangways are equipped in accordance with the relevant ISO standards. Trap width is at least 600 mm. slope of gangway towards the horizon is 45-500 residential and service spaces and 50-550 on the decks and machinery spaces. IF in individual cases may derogate from these sizes.
5. Rule. Visibility from the wheelhouse (1) ensure that all jobs on the outer deck visibility from the wheelhouse. The wheelhouse of the equipment to such a height as to not limit the visibility of the fishing vessel's construction or equipment. On existing fishing vessels provides a bridge from the fishing vessel to monitor fishing vessels where the crew deals with eviction or fishing gear take on the role of the fishing vessel. (2) where it is not technically possible to ensure that all the jobs on the job board are transparent from the wheelhouse, mounted, the sea conditions suitable for the video surveillance system. This confirms the position of the system. (3) if it is not possible in Visual and voice communication between the work area and the bridge, installed in a suitable and secure communications system. (4) the winch control device located a man who works at the winch should be enough space and network from the winch or car control point should fully transparent that mechanism the working area. (5) If it is not possible to provide a mechanism for direct visibility range, set the sea conditions, the application of video surveillance system. This confirms the position of the system.
6. Rule. Ingress holds (1) movement between decks provided with fixed fixed ladders. If the slide is removable, the fastening structure must ensure the stability and security of the ladder. (2) manhole covers, which is required to open the use of force 160 N or more shall be fitted with devices for opening the lid. The cover must be fastened in the open position. (3) the ladder shall be installed in the cargo holds to the tank bottom. Handles can be installed in a convenient location. Gangways must be safe, to avoid slipping and falling in the crew. (4) the ladder steps designed to leg from them would slip to the side and the risk of falling should be minimized as much as possible. Steps designed with a width of at least 250 mm and fishing vessels built after 1 January 2003 it is designed in such a way that the foot could put at least 150 mm depth from the outer edge of the step. (5) if the crew work is intended for cargo tank, a fishing vessel from the sea, from the cargo tank provides at least one emergency exit. If the container is 20 m long, or longer, to provide two emergency exits, which may be located far away from each other. These exits must comply with chapter II rules 5 and 6. The claim of two emergency exits shall not apply to fishing vessels constructed before 1 august 1990g. If the tank is equipped with a cooling or refrigeration equipment, it must be possible to open the door or hatch cover from both sides and distribute emergency signal from these premises on the corner of the House. (6) the entrance to cargo spaces shall be so constructed that they can get people to put on pretdūm protection equipment. 15. the Provisions of chapter IV of the terms also apply to the cargo tanks is lined. This provision shall not apply to fishing vessels with a length of less than 45 m (7) fishing vessels built after 1 January 2003, provides a fixed staircase around the fish tank height. Stairways shall be fitted with handles on both sides. If the fish tank is not more than 3 m depth, the ladder can be replaced with a stationary ladder that meets the requirements of paragraph (4). If the fish tank depth is less than 2, 2 m can be made mobile ladder with equipment to strengthen the safe place.
7. Rule. Means getting to the fishing vessel (1) Safe boarding of a fishing vessel located at the wharf, provides to the boarding ladders or footbridges. (2) the ladder and footbridge equipped with matching railing, handholds and steps. Provides the necessary lighting. (3) fishing vessels with a length of 45 m or more but less than 85 m, shall be equipped with at least one sea trap that slope toward the horizon at all operational times are likely to be from 0 ° to 45 °. (4) fishing vessels with a length of more than 85 m shall be equipped with at least: one marine gangway with adjustable steps, which can be used between 0 ° and 55 ° angles to the horizon; (5) If (3) and (4) above the trap cannot be moved from one fishing vessel to another fishing vessel with a crew of fishing vessels and the technical means, set the trap for both the fishing vessel weatherpart thereof. (6) For fishing vessels of 24 m in length and over but less than 45 m getting to the fishing vessel permitted to use a fishing vessel at the dock. Ensure the width of the dock at least 550 mm. Provides equipment, rings, hooks, etc., the strengthening of the dock at the fishing vessel. Used IF the recognition of the dock construction.
8. Rule. Working conditions (1) the height of the Mast is mounted on trucks, aerial devices, flares or other equipment that may need maintenance or repairs shall be provided with appropriate and possible, the ladder with work platform. The ladder should extend from the deck to the highest lights or other equipment that may be required for inspection or repair. This requirement shall not apply to existing fishing vessels with wooden masts. Fishing vessels built after 1 January 2003 the ladder steps can not be created with round studs. (2) all gangways, which slope against the horizon exceeds 700 and largest height above the deck is more than 5 m from 2.2 m height shall be provided with appropriate tools to prevent falls. (3) A-type mast ends and other similar places where people are in for service, installed handrails or handholds. (4) To ensure appropriate fishing vessel safety equipment for working at height.
9. Rule. Jobs and the movement of the passageway (1) all the jobs on board fishing vessels will be protected from the dangerous and harmful factors in the impact of the ship's crew members do not get injuries, Burns, electrocution, poisoning and are not exposed to high frequency electromagnetic fields, radioactive, excessive noise and vibration. (2) the permanent place of work prohibited to place: (a) directly above the boilers and pressure vessels; (b) directly under equipment and pipelines from which the leak; (c) close to where possible harmful gases and steam release, if there is no adequate ventilation provided; (d) a large heated surface in the vicinity, if not provided for under the shield. (3) permanent places of work provides free height for work floor at least 2100 mm, this height may be reduced to 1850 mm temporary work sites. (4) the Covered work surface provides a crew member sustained situation in carrying out their duties. It is horizontal as possible with maximum slope up to 2-30 without steps, pipes and other bumps. The surface is not slippery. (5) ensure free movement through the (at least 600 mm) and wide enough working area (at least 600x600 mm) work, such as at the network machines, winches and fish processing machinery. On existing fishing vessels able to move freely provides, if technically possible. If the special examination finds that it is not possible to ensure free movement, encounter other technical solutions to reduce the risk of injury to a minimum. (6) if the equipment for processing and delivery role tray interfere with freedom of movement, this equipment provides removable, or move to, at a time when the role processing occurs, should ensure free movement. (7) For fishing vessels of 24 m in length and more, ensure that fish processing take place below deck, or at least under a shelter as well, so people can work full height (the height of the deck or shelters – at least 2 m). Fish processing room ensures natural lighting. On board fishing vessels with a length of less than 24 m, ensure that fish processing take place in a protected location possible. The existing requirements for fishing vessels to work full height and execution of natural lighting, if it is possible. (8) the enclosed work spaces that store work clothes and/or during the processing of fish shall be provided with ventilation in accordance with requirements. Premises in fish processing, they cook in preparing the fillet and so on, where the fish storage and use of the chemicals. shall be provided a fixed ventilation system providing at least 6 air exchanges per hour. IF you can be exempt from the above requirements partially closed working space if, during the evaluation, it is concluded that sufficient natural ventilation is assured. (9) in the machinery spaces, ensure free movement and access to all machines and nodes so that their maintenance and repair. Also provides free access to stairs (staircase) and emergency exits.
10. Rule. Lighting (1) a fishing vessel ensures good lighting in all routes, work rooms and work areas. Strong enough guarantees and high quality lighting, which provides all of the work out to the fishing vessel's fully compliant with the safety and health requirements. It refers to the role supply the place of processing and post-transport procedures after processing, the processing and movement of role mechanism of consoles, galleys, passageways, steps, stairs, etc. (2) provide sufficient light intensity, to identify the details. Coverage should constitute sufficient contrast and may not dazzle. (3) cargo spaces shall be provided with fixed lighting that provide sufficient illumination in all operating conditions. On existing vessels with a special permit is permissible IF not fixed, but equally effective, portable lighting. (4) lighting the deck must not interfere with the work of the wheelhouse.
11. Rule. Deck mechanisms (1) winch, network machinery, fish processing machines and other deck mechanisms, constructed, installed and equipped so as to their operation, maintenance and repair does not create a threat to the safety and health of people under all foreseeable conditions of operation of the vessel. (2) work with winches, network machines and other deck mechanisms comply with the existing safety rules.
12. the rule. Winch (1) as far as practicable, winch designed and fitted with a shield so that the moving parts of the winch could injure people. All shields constructed sufficiently strong and stable. (2) where this is technically possible, the moving ropes above board inserts tubes, or safe to settle in any other way. (3) deck blocks covered with a shield or other suitable protective devices. (4) the trawl winch designed reversible. Control levers, they should be immediately released, returns to the neutral position. Trawl winches shall be fitted with means to prevent accidental switching on the winch. (5) if the winch can operate from multiple locations, ensure its visibility from all leadership positions. At the same time the winch can be controlled only from one location. (6) the necessary power the winch control lever movement with your hands may not exceed 160 N with foot pedals 320 n. switching (7) each part of the fishing gear, chains etc veijer. must be strong enough to withstand the prescribed load. (8) the winch shall be provided with protection against overload. Unexpected interruption of the energy supply must not lead to the fall of the load. (9) Repaired or replaced the gear elements must not reduce their strength. (10) the winches shall be fitted with appropriate for the assignment, effective enough motor brakes. Brakes must be simple and easily adjustable. Each of the drive axis interruptible winch reel is equipped with independent from the transmission axle brakes. (11) if the winch is controlled from the bridge or wheelhouse, winch emergency stop switch located both the wheelhouse and easily accessible location to the winch. The emergency stop switch, ensure that the winch is stopped and do not allow any accidental movement of the rope. (12) the trawl winch is equipped with a cable show.
13. the rule. Cargo operations (1) fishing vessel's cargo facilities meet IF requirements. In accordance with the provisions of the I/6 cargo are carried out periodic inspections of the equipment. (2) acceptance of the tank shall be fitted with a solid tubular railing around the tank. If you need to the appropriate height of the rail platform to be able to tie the bag comfortable working position. (3) the processing of the fish tanks should be carried out washing cleaning washing containers, tanks for cleaning desks and crates in the normal, working at a suitable height. If necessary, provide the ability to easily adjust the AIDS and equipment. (4) a fishing vessel shall draw up rules that determine how the executable works by moving the fish on the deck, on the deck of the cargo space and cargo space, as well as performing other operations and cargo ships are fitted with appropriate equipment for these jobs from people not require excessive effort, or require minimal effort.
14. the rule. Operations with ice provides all equipment with which the vessel is to be produced, transported and used ice, IF compliance requirements.
15. the rule. Fish processing machinery (1) For fish processing machines in this section of the plant, which is considered to be mechanically sorted, cleaned, cooled, packaged, transported or otherwise caught in the process. (2) fish processing machinery designed to staff to work, or stay together, being accidentally injured. Machinery must be safe for all foreseeable situations, both in its operation and repaired, cleaning or carrying out maintenance. (3) ensure that the aizsargvairog design, so they can only be removed using special instruments to aizsargvairog cannot be removed until you have turned off the power and the machine completely stopped. Ensure that the machine cannot be started while the aizsargvairog is not secured in place. (4) fish processing machine so constructed that they can be easily, quickly and safely stop at appropriate locations set up for the emergency stop switches. Emergency stop should cover all the elements of the machine even if the machine is turned off. (5) on existing fishing vessels may be permitted IF the use machines that do not meet the requirements of paragraph (3), if a machine check, if they are sufficiently secure. (6) in addition to (4), laid down in point emergency stop switches, fish processing machinery, conveyor belts and the like. also be equipped with emergency stop switches, which occurs when a crash or if you perform cleaning or maintenance of the machinery. (7) machinery, the operation of which the technology can be made due to risk of injury completely off, dangerous places equipped with fixed installed emergency stop switch. Provides the ability for emergency stop of the machine in case it can only be operated after the emergency stop switch lever set to the position "". (8) After the stop of the machine, its elements must not be stored in the pressure that could be called an unexpected movement of the machine parts repair or maintenance. (9) if the conveyor is connected to each other, the distance between the emergency stop switches must not exceed 10 m. each switch stops all connected belts. (10) If the conveyor belt total length exceeds 15 m, installed lights that warn you about turning on the conveyor. (11) fish processing machines located so as to ensure the free access of maintenance, cleaning and repair work. Aisle width of at least 750 mm. (12) fish processing machinery is isolated enough to touch their external surfaces could result in burns or injuries. Isolation only permitted to burn incapable and against vibration resistant insulation materials, which strengthens the properly. (13) machinery and equipment, which are high pressure, items must meet the requirements of chapter IV concerning pressure vessels. (14) the machinery from which their work shed in steam, gas, dust, and so on, be equipped with extraction equipment. This suction machine suction openings located as near as possible to the steam, gases, dust or other harmful substances and pipelines located so as not to prejudice the fishing vessel personnel. Exhaust products output of the atmosphere and the pipe diameter must be at least 50 mm. (15) valves, dampers and other closing devices placed in convenient locations. (16) fish processing machinery and equipment placed on stable foundations, which are appropriately fastened to the vessel structures. (17) fish processing machines that use water, be fitted with an efficient drainage system. (18) the machinery and equipment that you need to perform regular maintenance in places that are more than 2 m in height, if technically possible, be fitted with a 600 mm wide platforms with at least 1 m high railing. (19) the insertion of the fish processing plant and removal of its staff in an appropriate, provides a safe and comfortable working height. (20) the filling of fish processing machines and other equipment (such as fish meal plant and so on) of the equipment to be easily available and service. Openings shall be fitted with appropriate means of closing so as not to extend steam, hot water or gas.
16. the rule. Medical assistance to fishing vessels equipped with medical equipment in accordance with the provisions of the BOM LR health and safety requirements relating to medical care on board fishing vessels.
Chapter VII. Part A means of rescue. General provisions rule 1. Application of provisions (1) this chapter shall apply to new fishing vessels with a length of 15 meters and higher, unless otherwise specified. (2) this chapter rules 13 and 14 also applies to existing fishing vessels of 45 metres in length and more.
2. the rule. Definitions (1) "free uzpeldēšan method" is life-drop type when saving feature automatically pulls from the sinking fishing vessel and is ready for use. (2) "the free fall method" is life-drop way, when rescue feature, along with people and supplies to be released and it drops the water without any deterrent devices. (3) "umbrella" is a feature that provides a flexible, the buoyancy of the gas-filled chambers, typically until the moment of use, stored without the inflated condition. (4) the "inflated" is a feature that provides a flexible, the buoyancy of the gas-filled Chamber and which is kept at the inflated condition and which are in constant use. (5) "drop the machine or device" is designed to be a collective life-saving appliances or glābējlaiv for safe landing on water from their permanent place of parking. (6) "a new type of rescue tool or equipment" means equipment of rescue or with new properties, which do not fully comply with the requirements of this chapter, but provide a similar or higher level of security. (7) "Glābējlaiv" is a boat designed for people to water rescue and existing means of rescue. (8) the "reflective material" means a material to which it directed the light reflecting from the opposite direction. (9) "collective life-saving appliances" means that after leaving the fishing vessel in the event of danger, ensure human survival.
3. Rule. Rescue assessment, verification and recognition (1) with the exception that rule 2 (5) and (6) points, life-saving means and equipment is required by this chapter must be recognized IF. (2) Before issuing the life-saving equipment and opinion, IF satisfied that: (a) the following rescue equipment and equipment has been tested and complies with this chapter and the EU Directive 96/98/EC on marine equipment; (b) comply with the recommendations of the Organisation for the rescue device for testing. (3) Before a new type of life-saving means or recognition of the equipment, provided that such funds or equipment: (a) ensure a level of security not less than the current chapter and organization The international life-saving appliances (LSA) code and should be evaluated and reviewed according to the rekomendācijām9 of the organisation; (b) would be successful IF assessed and tested by such methods, which are equivalent to the requirements of these recommendations. (4) IF the specified recognition procedure lays down the conditions to which the opinion shall remain in force or is cancelled. (5) before issuing a permit for such life-saving products and equipment for which no previous opinion, IF satisfied that these life-saving tools and equipment complies with this section and the requirements of the LSA code. (6) in this chapter, specific life saving products that detailed specification is not included in section C of the use permitted provided that they comply with the requirements IF, having regard to the detailed specifications of any particular equipment chapter III of SOLAS 1974, as amended and in the LSA code.
9 see. New life-saving features and equipment evaluation, inspection and acceptance of the code of practice, IMO resolution a. 520 (13).
4. Rule. The production inspection IF required perform the life-saving production checks to ensure that life-saving features are made according to the same standards as the approved prototype.
(B) part. Requirements for fishing vessels Rules 5. Collective life-saving appliances and the number and type of glābējlaiv (1) each vessel shall be provided with at least two collective rescue funds. (2) fishing vessels with a length of 75 m and greater, collective life-saving appliances and the number of glābējlaiv capacity and type determined according to the following requirements: (a) On each side of the fishing vessel deploys the capacity for collective life-saving appliances, which can accommodate not less than the total on board fishing people. However, if the vessel meets the requirements of distribution compartments, emergency and increased stability criteria for constructive protection against fire in addition to the Provisions in chapter V III/14 and the requirements and if it considers that the number of life-saving appliances and their capacity reduction can not negatively affect security, it can allow it, provided that a fishing vessel located on each side of the collective life-saving appliances shall have sufficient aggregate capacity to accommodate not less than 50% of the total number of people on board. In addition to the life-raft down with capacity of not less than 50% of the total number of people on board fishing vessels; (b) if the vessel is not equipped with a suitable collective saving feature that completes a rescue can be raised into place, set glābējlaiv. (3) The fishing vessels of 45 m in length and over but less than 75 m, executable to the following requirements: (a) On each side of the fishing vessel deploys any capacity collective rescue feature, which can be placed not less than the total on board fishing people. (b) if the vessel is not equipped with a suitable collective saving feature that completes a rescue can be raised into place, set glābējlaiv. (3a) the fishing vessels with a length of m and over but less than 45 m, provided with: (a) the capacity of collective life-saving appliances that can accommodate at least 200% of the total number of people on board a vessel. Rescue means, which can deploy common to existing fishing vessel, number of people, be suitable for the landing of any side of the fishing vessel; and (b) glābējlaiv, except IF, in the light of the fishing vessel size and manoeuvrability, search and rescue, meteorological warning systems, the hidrometeoroloģisko circumstances of fishing vessels in the area or seasonal conditions of operation, is convinced that such security is needed. (3b) the fishing vessels with a length of 17 metres in length and over but less than 24 metres, shall be equipped with the capacity of collective life-saving appliances that can accommodate at least 200% of the total number of people on board a vessel. Rescue means, which can deploy common to existing fishing vessel, number of people, be suitable for the landing of any fishing vessel onboard. (3 c) fishing vessels with a length of 15 metres in length and over but less than 17 metres in length shall be provided with such capacity collective rescue funds that can deploy common to existing fishing vessel, number of people. If the existing fishing vessel, number of people is less than 12, despite the requirements of paragraph (1), allowed the ship to be equipped with only one sufficient capacity collective rescue feature. Rescue tool deployed as possible so that it is always ready for lowering of any fishing vessel. (4) execution of subparagraphs (2) (a), (3) and (3a) (a), vessels may be equipped with one or more from the stern with the free fall of the method drop-down for rescue boats, which are deployed on vessels of all people and with liferafts that capacity is sufficient for all existing fishing vessel of the people. A fishing vessel shall ensure that a rescue boat and a number of glābējlaiv, which is sufficient, so that if the ship leaves all people on board, rescue or glābējlaiv should provide no more than 9 life-raft. (5) the collective life-saving appliances and glābējlaiv must comply with the provisions of this chapter 17-23.
6. Rule. Rescue and glābējlaiv placement and availability (1) collective life-saving appliances shall be: (a) (i) easily accessible in the event of danger; (ii) drop-down quickly and safely, according to rule 32 (1) (a) requirements; and (iii) fast lifting, if they meet the requirements of the glābējlaiv; (b) arranged so that: (i) they do not interfere with the movement of people to the embarkation deck; (ii) out of the way with them; (iii) the Board could take them quickly and in good order; and (iv) they do not bother to conduct operations with any other rescue feature. (2) if the distance from the embarkation deck to the shallower in-service waterline of the vessel exceeds 4.5 metres, the collective rescue features with the full number of people, except the free uzpeldoš of the liferaft shall be drop-down with lowering device, or also provides other recognised equivalent, boarding facilities. (3) collective life-saving appliances and launching facilities maintained in working order and ready for immediate use before the vessel leaves port and at all times while the vessel is at sea. (4) (a) every life deploy feature: (i) so that neither the rescue itself, not its building and launching the smooth operation of the device with any other rescue or glābējlaiv in any other launching station; (ii) as far as reasonably practicable safe and close to the water surface in a position to rescue tool position to leave the fishing vessel were not less, than 2 m above the deepest operating waterline, adverse trim up to 10 ° and list up to any of the parties up to 20 ° or the angle at which the fishing vessel to the open deck immersion in water on the border, though that is less, except for the liferaft to be let down by eliminating overboard; (iii) permanent readiness so that the crew members can prepare it for embarkation and launching within the time period that is less than 5 minutes; (iv) fully equipped and fitted in accordance with the requirements of this chapter. (b) each lifeboat is added to a separate laivceltn or a recognised launching facility; (c) deployment of rescue funds as closely as possible to the living and service facilities in the State that are guaranteed safe landing, especially in relation to the propellers. The lifeboat, which drop down along the side of the fishing vessel deploys with the overhang required to ensure safe landing along the straight side of the fishing vessel as far as practically possible, if they are placed in the front, then it must be the point of collision bulkhead aft of the protected location and, in this context, IF pays particular attention to the strength of the laivceltņ. (d) to consider ways in which lowers or raises glābējlaiv, take note of the boats and equipment weight and 50% of the weight of the persons who, in accordance with the provisions of 23 (1) (b) (ii) and 23 (1) (c) is deployable in the boat, as well as the size and design of the glabējlaiv and its deployment above the waterline, at least operating draught. However, any glābējlaiv, located at a height greater than 4 m above the waterline to the lowest operating margin, a recognised launching and hoisting equipment. (e) launching and hoisting equipment must comply with rule 32 (f): (i) the liferaft shall be so stowed as to be readily available in a critical situation and the way to freely to resurface the water from their site, and inflated to get rid of, if the fishing vessel sinking. However, the davit-launched liferafts need not be free floating; (ii) the raft mounts, if fitted, shall be fitted with a recognised type of automatic (hydrostatic) release device.
7. Rule. Boarding a rescue vehicle to rescue vehicle Boarding provides suitable equipment, including: (a) not less than one gangway, or other recognised feature to each fishing vessel onboard which allows water to penetrate the existing rescue feature, except when it is sure that the distance between the boarding point and water-saving feature is that the ladder is not required; (b) the rescue deployment site and drop equipment sufficient lighting, including proper water drop instead of sufficient illumination of the emergency power source in accordance with the provisions of the IV/17; (c) equipment all existing fishing vessel to warn people that the fishing vessel must leave; (d) measures to prevent water entering the rescue feature.
8. Rule. Life jackets (1) each Board of the man made for the requirements of regulation 24, the recognized type of lifejacket. (2) life jackets be placed so as to be readily available and their deployment locations are specified accordingly.
9. Rule. Immersion suits and heat retention features (1) for each crew member of glābējlaiv provides for the requirements of regulation 25, according to the type of recognised appropriate size suit. (2) on board fishing vessels with the rule 5 (2) and (3) the requirements of paragraph appropriate lifesaving equipment, the requirements of regulation 25 provides adequate immersion suit for each fishing vessel, which does not have a place: (a) survival craft; (b) with a crane drop-down in the liferaft; (c) the life-raft, which equipped with a recognized device that provides a life-raft embarkation, without getting into the water. (3) in addition to paragraph (2) (a) specified, each fishing vessel's lifeboat fitted with at least three 25. rule requirements for immersion suit. In addition to the provisions of subparagraph 17 (8) (XXXI) heat retention of funds to provide for the fishing vessel, the requirements of regulation 26. adequate heat-retaining means for people to deploy a lifeboat without a wet suit. These immersion suits and heat retention features are not required, if the fishing vessel is equipped either with a totally enclosed lifeboat as the capacity on each side that they can deploy all of the existing fishing vessels, or people with enough capacity to freely tumbling rescue boats all persons onboard. (4) paragraphs (2) and (3) the requirements of paragraph 1 may not be applied to fishing vessels which operate permanently warm climatic conditions, after which IF the thoughts, immersion suits and thermal protective features are not required. (5) this rule (2) and (3) points at certain wet suit can be used to ensure compliance (1) the requirements set out in paragraph 1.
10. Rule. Lifebuoys (1) a fishing vessel shall ensure that the following minimum, rule 27 (1) the requirements of paragraphs, number of lifebuoys shall: (a) lifebuoys on fishing vessels with a length of 75 metres and greater; (b) 6 lifebuoys on fishing vessels of 45 m in length and over but less than 75 m; (c) 4 lifebuoys on fishing vessels with a length of 17 metres and over but less than 45 m; (d) 2 lifebuoys on fishing vessels with a length of less than 17 m. (2) not less than half of (1) the prescribed lifebuoys shall be fitted with a number of rule 27 (2) satisfy the requirements of paragraph pašieslēdzoš lights. (3) For fishing vessels of 24 m in length or more at least two lifebuoys are fitted with pašieslēdzoš lights in accordance with the requirements of paragraph (2) shall be equipped with, rule 27 (3) the requirements of paragraph pašaktivizējošo of the smoke alarm and, where practicable, be nometam quickly from the navigation bridge. (4) at least one of the lifebuoys on each fishing vessel shall be provided with the provisions of article 27 (4) the requirements of paragraph floating rescue strap, length not less than double the distance of the lifebuoys deployment location to use a fishing vessel the waterline at the least draught, or 30 metres, whichever is greater. These lifebuoys shall not be fitted with pašieslēdzoš lights. (5) All lifebuoys shall be sited so as to be readily available to the fishing vessel's existing people, always ready to fast pitch and they would not be in any way permanently fixed.
11. Rule. Līnmetēj for each vessel, which is 24 metres in length and above shall be provided with the requirements of regulation 28. appropriate, recognised type līnmetēj. Līnmetēj restores the charge in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, but it must be carried out at the earliest opportunity, not later than four years after their date of manufacture.
12. the rule. Danger signal (1) every ship, in accordance with the JAA requirements, be fitted with an efficient device danger signals for both day and night, including at least twelve 29. requirements according to the provisions of the parachute rockets. (2) any distress signals must be recognized. It is located so as to be readily available and their deployment locations marked. (3) the danger signals renewed in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, but it must be carried out at the earliest opportunity, not later than four years after their date of manufacture.
13. the rule. Rescue radio equipment (1) every new fishing vessels of 24 m in length and over and to existing vessels of 45 m in length and over shall be equipped with at least three bilateral ultraīsviļņ (VHF) portable radio stations. This radio performance standard may not be lower than the Organization's atzītiem10. If fixed, bilateral VHF radio stations are equipped for rescue funds, their performance standard may not be lower than the organisation recognised 11. (2) to new fishing vessels of 24 m in length and over but less than 45 metres in length, the number of such radio stations can be reduced to two, if you consider that in view of the operating area of the vessel and crew, you don't need three supply stations. (3) on existing fishing vessels with a length of m and more, but less than m portable VHF radio telephone number can be reduced to one. (4) fishing vessels with a length of less than 24 m in length, may not be equipped with portable VHF stations bilateral. However, such fishing vessels are encouraged to provide one portable VHF radio channels of bilateral wheelhouse with backup battery for use in the liferaft in a critical situation.
10 refer to the organization by resolution 809 (19) with the amendments to annexes 1 and 2 of the recommendations adopted by the two-sided and rescue VHF radio telephone mobile performance standards. 11 refer to the organization by resolution 802 (19) accepted the recommendations and rescue radar transponders for use in search of defendant and rescue operations performance standards.
14. the rule. Radar (SAR) To the defendant, new and existing fishing vessels of 45 metres in length and over, on each side set up at least one radar transponder machine. Defendant's radar (SAR) performance standard may not be worse than the recognised organisation 11). Radar machine positioned so that it is easy to place the collective rescue feature. As an alternative, each collective rescue vehicle can be deployed one radar responder. (1) for all fishing vessels of less than 45 metres, set up at least one radar transponder machine. (2) SARA 12) deployed to locations where they can quickly insert any rescue. As an alternative, you can deploy one SAR on every rescue. (3) existing fishing vessels with a length of less than 24 m working area A1 may be exempted from the provision of SAR. However, such fishing vessels are encouraged to provide one in the wheelhouse of the SAR to use in place of the liferaft to denote danger.
11 refer to the organization by resolution 802 (19) accepted the recommendations and rescue radar transponders for use in search of defendant and rescue operations performance standards. 12 one of them may be radar the defendant required by clause (IX) 6 (1) (c).
15. the rule. Reflective materials to rescue units All lifeboats, glābējlaiv, life-jackets and lifebuoys shall be aplīm with reflective materials, according to the Organization's recommendation 13). 13 refer to the organization by resolution 658 (16) adopted recommendations for the equipment of rescue funds with reflective materials and their use.
16. the rule. Rescue work readiness, maintenance and inspections (1) job readiness. Before the vessel leaves port and throughout the voyage, all life-saving funds to maintain in working order, ready for immediate use. (2) maintenance (a) To ensure, IF the fishing vessel a certified rescue maintenance instructions and maintenance carried out in accordance with these instructions; (b) IF subparagraph (a) specific instructions you can declare technical exploitation at the scheduled program. (3) the Lowering of the maintenance of the devices. Launching devices ropes not less than once every 30 months, trimming the ends of the other way around. Cables replaced when they are worn, but not less frequently than once every five years. (4) the spare parts and repair supplies. Ship to be with the rescue and their components that quickly wears out or is often used and what needs to change on a regular basis, spare parts and repair equipment. (5) the weekly checks. Each week, take the following survey and inspection: (a) all lifeboats, life-raft, glābējlaiv and drop devices Visual inspection to make sure they are in working order; (b) each lifeboat and glābējlaiv engine inspection activities over the course of the forward and reverse, in aggregate, not less than 3 minutes, on condition that the ambient temperature exceeds the minimum temperature provided for the engine to run; (c) the fishing vessel general alarm. (6) monthly checks. Once a month check the life-saving appliances, including lifeboat, supply, using the list of objects to be checked, to ensure that everything is in good order and fully assembled. A report on the results of the inspection of the fishing vessel's record in the journal. (7) an inflatable liferaft, inflatable lifejacket, marine evacuation system and the inflatable glābējlaiv maintenance. (a) every inflatable liferaft, inflatable lifejacket and evacuation of slīdkalniņ check: (i) not uncommon, as every 12 months. But in cases where it is necessary and justified, If you can extend this period up to 17 months; (ii) a recognised rescue inspection station, which is competent to perform the service, shall be equipped with suitable equipment and used in a manner consistent with trained personnel. (b) inflatable glābējlaiv repair and maintenance should only be performed according to the manufacturer's factory instructions. Emergency repairs can be carried out on board fishing vessels. But permanent repairs shall be carried out only in approved testing station. (8) the hydrostatic release periodic inspection of devices. (a) single use for the hydrostatic release device replace the expired term of use. If the hydrostatic release device is single use, the tests shall be carried out: (i) at least once every 12 months. But in cases where it is necessary and justified, if you can extend this period up to 17 months; (ii) a recognised rescue inspection station, which is competent to perform the service, equipped with suitable equipment and used in a manner consistent with trained personnel. (b) a fishing vessel for which the nature of fishing operations may be an obstacle to (7) and (8) subsections, if the requirements can be authorized to extend the time limit for the examination for up to 24 months, provided that if it is satisfied that the equipment is built and arranged so that it retains the satisfactory position until the next inspection.
(C) part. Requirements for rescue funds 17. Rule. General requirements rescue boats (1) lifeboat design. (a) all lifeboats built accordingly. The hull shape and proportions to ensure sufficient stability in moderate sea and must maintain sufficient freeboard height when they are complete with full equipment and they are full of people. All rescue boats constructed with rigid frame and, with a full load of the equipment and the number of people they still water should keep positive persistence in a straight position in that case, if there is a hole in the hull at any one location below the waterline, assuming no loss of buoyancy of the provisioning and no other damage. (b) each lifeboat shall be sufficient strength that they could be launched with the full number of people and equipment. (c) the boat hulls and rigid covers made from burning or combustion unable not promotional material. (d) the seats shall be provided on thwarts, benches or to, as far as practicable, low-mounted seats and designed in such a way that they would be able to withstand the loads generated by the number of people who intended to place the boat, in accordance with the provisions of this subparagraph (2) (b) (ii) the requirements of each invoice weight 100 kg. (e) for each rescue boat provides enough strength to such loads, after their removal, not to cause permanent deformation: (i) the boats with metal casing-1.25 times the total mass of the lifeboat with full equipment and the full number of people; or (ii) other boats, twice the total mass of the lifeboat, with full equipment and the full number of people. (f) for each rescue boat provides enough strength to, delivered with full equipment and a number of people as well as with the runners and the fender, for places where it is used, it will withstand a side impact from fishing vessel with an impact speed of at least 3.5 m/s and drop into the water from a height of at least 3 m. (g) the vertical distance between deck surface and the inside of the cover or awning, 50% of the deck area, shall ensure that: (i) not less than 1.3 m rescue boat, which allowed up to nine people; (ii) not less than 1.7 m rescue boat, which allowed 24 people or more; and (iii) not less than the distance determined by linear interpolation between 1.3 m and 1.7 m rescue boat, which allowed from 9 to 24 people. (2) the lifeboat capacity. (a) No lifeboat shall be held to be valid more than 150 people. (b) the number of Persons the lifeboat is permitted to place, determine how the lesser of: (i) the number of people, with an average mass of 75 kilograms, which loaded the rescue boat jackets can sit in good condition, without disturbing the boat dzeniekārt or any equipment; or (ii) the number of seats that can ensure in accordance with Figure 1. The outline can be sheltered, as shown, provided that it is fitted in the leg pads and there is enough legroom and the vertical distance between the upper and lower seating capacity shall not be less than 350 mm. (c) each lifeboat seats clearly represents. (3) the lifeboat. (a) each of the fishing vessel's lifeboat equipment so that, after boarding the team, all for the number of people boarding time is no greater than 3 minutes. Also provides a fast exit from the lifeboats. (b) a lifeboat fitted with a boarding ladder that can be used on both sides of the lifeboat, the people present in the water to rescue boat embarkation. The lower stairs must be at least 0.4 m below the lifeboat to the waterline at the slightest draught. (c) the lifeboat equipment so the helpless people could pick up the boat or from the water or from a stretcher. (d) all surfaces on which the moving people, be non-slip. (4) lifeboat buoyancy. All rescue boats shall ensure sufficient buoyancy or shall be provided with a sufficient quantity of material which is not seaworthy can adversely affect marine water, oil or oil products, to ensure that the lifeboat remains above water where it is filled with water and exposed to the sea. In addition to providing buoyancy, equivalent to 280 N lifting force for each person, which is expected to deploy a rescue boat. The material may not be seaworthy deploy the lifeboats hull outside, unless it is placed in addition to the above. (5) the lifeboats freeboard height and persistence. If the rescue boat in the normal position on one side of the Diametral plane deployed 50% of lifeboat for people, the freeboard height, measured from the waterline to the lowest opening through which the lifeboat may flow into the water must be not less than the greater of the values: 1.5% of the length of the lifeboat or 100 mm. (6) lifeboats drive. (a) the lifeboat shall be fitted with a drive of an internal combustion engine of the compression. You may not use the engine that used fuel with a flash point 43 ° C or below (check in a sealed Crucible). (b) the Engine shall be equipped with either hand starting system, or with the application of the system of two independent rechargeable energy sources. Also provides all the necessary start-up funds. Engine starting systems and starting aids shall start the engine provides 2 minutes of starting, at the developments in ambient temperature-15 ° C, unless, for rescue boats located on board fishing vessels, which are constantly involved in certain stretches, does not believe that this temperature can be different. Engine cover, seating or other obstacles must not interfere with the operation of the system. (c) after the cold starting the engine, it provides the ability to run no less than 5 minutes, the rescue boat away from the water. (d) ensure the engine is able to operate when the lifeboat is filled with water to the crankshaft axis. (e) propeller shaft constructed so that the propellers could be disconnected from the engine. Provide opportunities for the lifeboat move forwards and backwards. (f) the exhaust pipe shall be so constructed to prevent water from entering the engine in normal operation. (g) Every lifeboat shall be so constructed as to ensure the safety of people present in the water and would not damage the propellers with floating debris. (h) ensure the survival rate of at least 7 knots, moving forward in the peaceful water when the boat is fully equipped and with the full number of people in it and works with all the force of the engine-powered accessories, and at least 2 nodes by dragging completely assembled 25 location of liferaft with the full number of people, or of equivalent weight. Provide the fuel that is valid in the range of temperatures possible fishing vessels operating in the area, to a fully laden lifeboat can move with a 6 knot speed of no less than 24 hours. (i) the lifeboat engine, transmission and engine equipment covered with a shell made of burning-not material, or to take other measures, providing similar protection. These measures are intended to protect people from going into the accidental contact with hot or moving parts and engine protection from the sea and weather. Provide adequate resources to the engine to reduce noise. The sound level in the boat should not affect the use of the canoe as in critical situations, it training. Noise level shall in no circumstances exceed 90dB (A) starting batteries, insert enclosures that form the waterproof frame around battery battery side and bottom. Battery casings provided with tight-fitting lids, which provides the necessary gas ventilation. (j) the rescue boats engine and accessories designed to limit electromagnetic radiation and engines do not influence the lifeboats rescue radio equipment used in the operation. (k) provide a means for all batteries (starting the engine, radio and search light) for charging. Radio batteries must not be used to supply energy to start the engine. Features of battery recharging rescue boat from the fishing vessel to ensure power supply system with a voltage of not more than 55 g and you can disconnect from the rescue boat embarkation station. (l) a highly visible location, starting the engine control around, starting the engine and provides instructions for use waterproof casing. (7) the rescue boat supply. (a) all lifeboats shall provide at least one pop-up valve, which shall be the lowest point of the hull and that automatically open to drain water from the hull when the lifeboat is in the water and that automatically closes when the lifeboat is in the water to prevent water entering. Each pop-up valve so that it can be closed, provided with the CAP or stopper attached to the lifeboat with strop, chain, or other suitable means. Pop-up valves placed in easily accessible locations inside the lifeboat and its location clearly represents. (b) Any lifeboat fitted with corner and steering electronics. If the steering wheel is also provided for or any other distance, steering gear in the event of failure of this mechanism makes it possible to control the steering wheel with steering electronics. The design of the steering wheel to be permanently attached to the lifeboat. The wheel electronics mounted permanently on the steering shaft or linking to it, but if the rescue boat is the distance the steering mechanism, the electronics may be removable and mounted near the steering shaft. Corners and steering electronics are designed in such a way that it would not damage the boat launching facility or propeller. (c) the lifeboats on the outside, except in the area of the wheel and propeller mounted in the immediate vicinity of the floating rescue strap. (d) rescue boats, which by itself does not return the roll to the correct position, the enclosure shall be affixed at the bottom of the appropriate handles to enable people to cling to the lifeboat. Handles fastened to a lifeboat so that when it is subjected to a load that it may distract from the lifeboat, they are cut off, without damaging the lifeboat. (e) Any lifeboat fitted with waterproof boxes or bins in sufficient numbers to ensure a small equipment items as well (8) above and the provision of water storage. Rescue boats be equipped with rainwater harvesting resources. (f) each with rope drop-down lifeboat shall be fitted with a release mechanism that meets the following requirements: (i) the mechanism shall be so arranged so that all the hooks to get rid at once; (ii) the facility provides the following two release capabilities: 1. normal release, when the lifeboat released hand-powered way after its launching, or when the hooks are not overloaded; 2. release the possibility under load when the lifeboat is freed with a load on the hook. This release option must ensure that the lifeboat is released at any load conditions – from the unloaded position, when the lifeboat is in the water until the load 1.1 times greater than the total mass of the lifeboat when it is completely assembled and with the full number of people in it. This release option is adequately protected against accidental or premature release; (iii) the release mechanism of the control device shall be marked in a colour that contrasts with its surroundings; (iv) the release mechanism shall be constructed with 6-a good margin with regard to the strength of the material used in the limit assuming the mass of the lifeboat is evenly split between the ropes. (g) for each rescue boat equipped with a device that enables the release of the cables when it piesienam have been tightened.
(h) each lifeboat, which is equipped with a fixed VHF radiotelephone of bilateral communication equipment with an antenna, which is mounted separately, provided with the effective antenna system installation and reinforcement of the working position. (i) lowering side for a lifeboat shall be provided with the necessary support of the runners and the slats, to facilitate the rescue boat launching and prevent damage. (j) To cover the boat mounted with hand lamp switched on, which is visible in a dark night in clear weather from two miles away, and not less than 12 hours. If the light is flashing, the first two hours of the 12-hour period of operation, the frequency should be provided, not less than 50 outbreaks per minute. (k) the lifeboat inside the installed lamp or light source that not less than 12 hours ensure adequate lighting equipment of the lifeboats and life-saving instructions for reading. For this purpose, is not allowed to use kerosene lamps. (l) where specifically otherwise provided, every lifeboat fitted with efficient water pumping device or enable automatic bilge pumping it. (m) each lifeboat shall be so arranged that, from management and the steering of the space would be sufficient visibility to the front, rear and both sides of the boat for safe landing and manoeuvring. (8) the lifeboat equipment. All lifeboat equipment items required by these rules, except the support hooks that kept free for immediate action, strengthen the rescue boat, tied, storage boxes or compartments, mounts or similar deployment steps, or by any other appropriate means. The equipment is secured in such a manner as not to interfere with any abandonment of the vessel. All lifeboat equipment items should be as small and light as possible and packaged in suitable and compact form. Unless otherwise specified, each survival craft equipment usually consists of: (i) floating in the air in sufficient numbers to move forward in a peaceful sea. Each air supply with duļl pins, duļļ or equivalent equipment. Duļļ or duļļ pins are fixed to the boat with chains or slings; (ii) two support hooks; (iii) floating in the bucket and Dipper two buckets; (iv) survival guide; (v) the shining, or provided with suitable means of illumination of the road. Completely closed lifeboat compass permanently installed control item; any other rescue boat equipped with suitable it Setup; (vi) appropriate size floating anchor with resistant ropes, jerk, intended to close the gripping with hands when it is wet. Floating anchor, ropes and anchor extraction strap, if one is attached, provides sufficient strength of any sea conditions; (VII) two effective piesienamaj ropes to length, not less, than double the distance from the lifeboat to the waterline of the deployment at least fishing vessel draught, or 15 meters, taking into account the greater. Rescue boats one of the cables attached to the piesienam release device corresponding to (7) (g) the conditions of point places the lifeboat bow, and the other shall be affixed securely to the lifeboats in or near the front, ready for use; (VIII) two hatchets, one at each end of the lifeboat; (ix) water-tight tanks, containing a whole 3 l drinking water to every person, intended for deployment in the lifeboat, of which 1 l can replace human with desalination device, able to produce an equivalent amount of water 2 days; (x) the stainless pot with Dipper hives; (xi) stainless drinking vessel with sections; (XII) the feed rations, in General, not less than 10,000 kJ for each man; These doses there air tight container and place it in a waterproof container; (XIII) four, the requirements of regulation 29, matching parachute rockets; (xiv) six, according to the requirements of regulation 30, signāllāp; (xv) the two, 31 rule requirements, floating smoke signals; (XVI) one, signalling to the Morse alphabet book for the electric lamp, waterproof, together with one spare set of batteries and one spare bulb in a waterproof container; (XVII) one daylight signalling mirror, together with instructions for using it to signal a fishing vessel or aircraft; (XVIII) a life saving signals, set in 1974 SOLAS regulation V/16, in a single copy in the waterproof cards, or waterproof container; (xix) one whistle or equivalent sound signal; (xx) the first aid package in a waterproof box that can be sealed after use; (xx) the six doses of medical products to the sea sickness and seasick in one hygienic packets for each person; (XXII) the unique knife, which must be kept attached to the boat by a hive; (XXIII) the three canned opener knives; (xxiv) two lifebuoys that taped at least 30 m long floating strap; (xxv) the hand pump; (XXVI) in one set with fishing tackle; (XXVII) appropriate work tools and minimal engine accessories; (XXVIII) portable fire-extinguishing equipment, suitable for burning oil for deletion; (xxix) a spotlight, which is capable of effectively illuminating a light-colored 18 meters wide object in night time 180 meters away 6 hour period and the ability to operate continuously for not less than 3 hours; (xxx) efficient radar reflector, unless the rescue radar transponders, the defendant is not deployed rescue boat; (xxx), rule 26 requirements heat retention means, a sufficient quantity of 10 percent of the number of people that are expected to be deployed to rescue boat, or two, whichever is greater; and (XXXII), when a fishing vessel is performed and the duration of flights that after beliefs IF subparagraphs (XII) and (XXVI) to meet requirements is not necessary, IF you can allow this point does not meet requirements. (9) the lifeboat. (a) The lifeboats with a nomazgājam color clear typeface indicates the size of the lifeboat, and the expected number of people. (b) a rescue boat bow on both sides with Latin capital letters indicate the fishing vessels to which the boat belongs, name and note the port. (c) labelling, a fishing vessel the lifeboat belongs and the number of boats up to as much as practicable, they should be visible from the top.
18. Rule. Partially closed, conclusive rescue boats (1) partially closed, not apgāžamaj of rescue boats must comply with the provisions of 17 requirements and in addition also the requirements of this regulation. (2) Divisions. (a) set up a permanently attached, hard floors, extending at least 20% of the length of the boat priekšvadņ and boat for not less than 20% of the length of the pakaļvadņ. (b) permanent shelter is made up of two places of refuge. If the places of refuge are fitted in bulkheads according to size, to a man, dressed in a wet suit, or warm clothing and a lifejacket, could easily get into a place of refuge. Provides shelter, sufficient internal height, so people could easily get to their seats in the boat fore and aft. (c) the Division shall be provided with Windows or transparent coating that provides sufficient natural lighting inside the boat when the hatches are closed, so there would be no need to use artificial lighting. (d) the hood installed railings with safe holds people who move around the outside of the boat. (e) the lifeboat shall be fitted with open permanently affixed, folding awning where the design provides that: (i) not more than two people can easily be mounted in time not exceeding two minutes; (ii) it is isolated, with no less than two layers of material separated by a layer of air, or isolated by other equivalent effective means. (f) hard floors and awning so constructed that they meet the following conditions: (i) it would be possible to lower and raise the boat, people from within the shell; (ii) be installed in the entrance to the boat and both ends to either side of it, they should be equipped with suitable equipment, adjustable exit can be easily and quickly opened and closed from inside or outside it, to provide ventilation but exclude seawater, wind and low-impact; provided features that securely keeps the entrance of the open or closed position; (iii) even if the sheet is coated and the entrance closed, the boat get enough air into the sedentary people; (iv) for features rainwater collection; (v) the hard floors and the exterior of the sheet, as well as its boat parts, which are covered with awning, inside would be painted in bright, clear color. Place of refuge inside the paint is such that does not cause discomfort to the occupants inside; (vi) it would be possible to Canoe Paddling. (3) the lifeboat capsizing and return to starting position. (a) each for seats fitted with safety belts. Safety belt shall be so designed that its people with 100 kg mass probably keep his place when the lifeboat is an overturned position. (b) lifeboats shall ensure the sustainability of that exhibit the same characteristics to automatically return from the State overturned the correct position when it is deployed in a full or partial number of people and equipment and people are strapped in with a seat belt. (4) on the engine. (a) provides the ability to control the engine and transmission from the steersman. (b) the engine and engine equipment must be able to work in any position, also during the roll-over of the boat and continue to work after the lifeboat returned to the correct position, or the engine automatically stops, the rescue boat to roll over and be easily activated, after the lifeboat returned to the correct position and remove water. Fuel and lubrication system designed to prevent at the time of the roll-over of fuel loss, and loss of oil lubrication systems, greater than 250 ml. (c) with the air cooled engines equipped with the channel system, which captures the cooling of air from the outside and the outside of the lifeboat. Mounted with hand driven dampers, which allows to take the cooling of the air inside and also set them inside the boat. (5) protection against acceleration and impact. (a) Notwithstanding rule 17 (1) (f) the conditions, in part, to the irresistible closed lifeboat shall be so constructed and with the help of strips that protect the lifeboat to adverse accelerations caused lifeboats blow against the side of the vessel, when it is full of people and equipment, at an impact speed of not less than 3.5 m/s. (b) the lifeboat shall be provided with automatic bilge water.
19. Rule. Totally enclosed lifeboats (1) provides a totally enclosed lifeboat compliance 17. the requirements laid down in the rules and in addition also the requirements of this regulation. (2) Divisions. (a) every totally enclosed lifeboat shall be fitted with a solid, waterproof covering that completely cover the lifeboat. (b) the Division shall be so constructed that it meets the following conditions: (i) protect the boat from the heat in and the cold; (ii) the entrance to the rescue boat should be equipped with traps that can flip, making the boat lagoon; (iii) it would be possible to lower and raise the boat people leaving behind a pillar; (iv) the entrance hatch would be possible to open and close both from the inside and from the outside and should be equipped with the resources that they hold open position; (v) it would be possible to Canoe Paddling; (vi) it could without significant leak to withstand the full mass of the lifeboat when it has overturned the State with closed hatches, including all equipment, machinery, and the full number of people. (VII) It is fitted in the window or transparent lining that provides sufficient natural lighting inside the boat when the hatches are closed, so there would be no need to use artificial lighting. (VIII) the exterior would be painted in bright, well visible in color and color in the inside – that does not cause discomfort inside existing people; (ix) railings would be equipped with safe means of holds, people who move around the outside of the lifeboat and facilitate the boarding and disembarkation; (x) people from the entrance could get their seats not missed over thwarts or other obstructions; (xi) during operation of the engine people would be protected from dangerous air spacing inside the boat. (3) the roll-over and return the starting position. (a) each for seats fitted with safety belts. Safety belt shall be so designed that its people with 100 kg mass held in the safe place when the lifeboat is an overturned position. (b) ensure the sustainability of such lifeboat to exhibit the characteristics it will automatically return to the proper position of the overturned State when it is deployed in a full or partial persons and equipment, all entrances and openings are hermetically sealed, and people are strapped in with a seat belt. (c) a rescue boat must be able to stay on the water with the full number of people and equipment when it is damaged condition, as defined in rule 17 (1) (a) and to ensure a consistency to roll over, it automatically got into a position to the existing boat people to get out through the exit, which is above the water level. (d) ensure that all the exhaust pipe of the engine, air ducts and other construction to open the rescue boat to roll over and return to the correct position, the engine out of the water. (4) on the engine. (a) ensure the management of engine and transmission from the steersman. (b) the engine and engine equipment must be able to work in any condition, the boat during the roll and continue to work after the lifeboat returned to the correct position, or the engine automatically stops, the rescue boat to roll over and be easily activated, after the lifeboat returned to the correct position and remove water. Fuel and lubrication system designed to not roll during the fuel leak and loss of oil lubrication systems, greater than 250 ml. (c) with the air cooled engines equipped with the channel system, which captures the cooling of air from the outside and the outside of the lifeboat. Also set up the manually operated locks, which makes it possible to take the cooling of the air inside and also set them inside the boat. (5) protection against acceleration bumps. Despite the provisions in clause 17 (1) (f) the conditions, in part, to the irresistible closed lifeboat shall be of such design and equipped with the help of strips that protect the lifeboat to adverse accelerations caused the lifeboat with the full number of people and equipment to blow against the side of the fishing vessel, at the impact velocity of not less than 3.5 m/s. (6) free fall drop-down lifeboat. With the free fall method drop-down lifeboat so constructed that it is sufficiently protected against dangerous acceleration resulting from the height of the boat lands, which shall not be less than the design of the boat Setup height above the waterline at the slightest draught of the vessel, in service to the fishing vessel's trim of up to 10 ° and 20 ° of heel on any side.
20. Rule. General requirements (1) liferafts survival craft design. (a) every liferaft shall be made so that it could withstand 30 days the environmental impact all the floating State marine conditions. (b) life-raft shall be made so as to drop it in the water from a height of 18 m, the liferaft and its equipment to function satisfactorily. If the life-raft shall be placed higher than 18 m above the waterline to the vessel's draught, the least must be one which is satisfactorily passed the test of throwing at least the same height as the raft deployed. (c) the floating liferaft, awning, both raised and without it, able to withstand repeated leaps to it from at least 4.5 m height, measured from the floor of the raft. (d) the liferaft and its equipment is manufactured so that it can drag with 3 knots in calm water when it is in the full number of people and full of equipment, and has released one of its floating anchors. (e) the liferaft shall be fitted with an awning to protect its people from the surrounding environment and that automatically position securely in place when the liferaft goes in the water. Ensure that the awning will comply with the following requirements: (i) it should ensure the insulation against heat and cold, either with two separate air layer, material, or other equally effective means. These features must be provided to prevent the accumulation of water in the air layer; (ii) it would be inside in a colour that does not cause discomfort to the raft of existing people; (iii) each entrance is clearly marked and provided with efficient sealing system, you can easily and quickly be opened both from inside and outside, as well as the close of the liferaft inside it, to allow its airing, but exclude seawater, wind and cold from entering the raft. Life-rafts intended for as many as eight people, shall be equipped with at least two diametrically opposite entrances located. Survival craft for more than 25 people, shall be equipped with at least three entrances; (iv) to ensure sufficient quantity of air available for people on it at any time, even if the entrance is closed; (v) it should be equipped with at least one observation here. Survival craft for more than 25 people, shall be equipped with at least two observation hatches it deployed to the field of observation is possible close to 360 °; (vi) it would be equipped with rainwater harvesting; and (VII) that would be sufficiently high so that people under the awning would normally sit anywhere. (2) the mass of the liferaft and the minimum capacity. (a) did not hold any of the life-raft with a capacity, calculated in accordance with rule 21 (3) or 22 (3), is less than six people. (b) unless the liferaft is not recognised, the drop-down with the requirements of regulation 32 of the drop corresponding device, or is required to be easily movable, total, the liferaft container and equipment mass must not exceed 185 kg. (3) the liferaft equipment. (a) around a life-raft and raft inside, outside, it probably strengthens a rescue rope. (b) the liferaft shall be fitted with a suitable length of cables, as piesienam is not less than twice the distance from the place of deployment of the raft to a water level at least draught of the vessel or 15 meters, watching as the distance increased. (4) davit-launched liferafts. (a) in addition to the above requirements ensure that a rescue raft, which is intended for use with a recognised launching device, comply with the following requirements: (i) the life-raft, with the full number of people and equipment, be able to withstand a side impact from a fishing vessel at a speed of not less than 3.5 m/s, as well as the water falls from a height not less than 3 m, without gaining damage that would affect its function; (ii) be provided with a means of attraction of the raft to the boarding of a fishing vessel deck and secure to support boarding time. (b) Every davit-launched life-raft shall be so that the whole raft of people deployed to boarding time from when ordered to board the craft, do not exceed 3 minutes. (5) equipment. (a) generally each liferaft equipment shall include: (i) one buoyant rescue ring, plus at least 30 m long floating strap; (ii) one unique knife with a handle and floating material added to the hive, which is stored in the Pocket on the outside of the sheet not far from where rescue raft attached to the raft in tow piesienam. Liferaft for 13 (thirteen) and more people, in addition to a second knife, which can be unique; (iii) one buoyant material Dipper on a rescue raft, for not more than 12 (twelve) people. The two floating-Cup scrambled to rescue raft for 13 (thirteen) and more people; (iv) two sponges; (v) two floating anchors, each with a jerk of the rope and anchor resistant RIP PIA, if one is attached. One of the anchors have a spare, but the other is permanently attached to the liferaft so that the liferaft to piepūšot or entering the water, it oriented raft against the wind most stable manner. Each floating anchor, the anchor ropes and straps for ripping, if one is attached, provides sufficient strength of any sea condition. Floating anchor shall be fitted with the grozīkļ in the two ends of the rope to the anchor between the opportunity the hoops cut out on the left. (vi) two buoyant paddles material; (VII) the three tins of opening knives. This requirement also meets safety knives containing special of tins of atveramo blades; (VIII) one first aid kit waterproof box that after use may seal the; (ix) one whistle or equivalent sound signal; (x) four, according to the requirements of regulation 29, parachute flares; (xi), rule 30 the six requirements of arms signāllāp; (xi) two, the requirements of regulation 31 according to drifting smoke signals; (XIII) one waterproof torch suitable for Morse signal rejection, with one spare set of batteries and one spare bulb in a waterproof container; (xiv) an efficient radar reflector, unless the liferaft is not inserted into the radio aerial rescue responder; (xv) one daylight signalling mirror with instructions for using it to signal a fishing vessel or aircraft; (XVI) life saving signals, set the rule V of SOLAS 1974/16, in a single copy in the waterproof cards, or waterproof container; (XVII) one set of fishing gear; (XVIII) food rations, not less than 10 000 kJ in total for each person, which is expected to deploy the liferaft; These doses there air tight container placed in a watertight container; (xix) watertight receptacles containing a total of 1.5 l of drinking water to every person, which is expected to deploy a rescue raft, of which 0, 5 l water each person can be replaced with a desalination machine that 2 (two) days could produce an equivalent amount of water; (xx) one stainless drinking bowl with sections; (XXI) six dose against sea sickness and one disease the hygienic bag sea for each person, which is expected to deploy the liferaft; (XXII) life saving instrukcija14; (XXIII) the instructions for the immediate action; (xxiv) the requirements of regulation 26 according to the heat-retaining, sufficient quantity of 10 percent of the number of people expected to deploy the liferaft, or two people, taking into account the most; (b) under 21 (7) (c) (v) and 22 (7) (VIII) the rules for the labelling on liferafts equipped in accordance with the requirements of subparagraph (a) shall consist of the inscription "SOLAS A PACK" in capital Latin characters. (c) If it is possible, the equipment is kept in a container which, if it is not an integral part of the life-raft or not permanently attached to it, stored and secured inside the liferaft, and who is able to float in the water for at least 30 minutes without damage to its content. (6) system that provides a life-raft for free uzpeldēšan. (a) the termination of the Piesienam system. The rope rescue raft piesienam system provides the link between a ship and a life-raft and is designed to ensure that the liferaft after liberation and, if it is the inflatable life-raft, after inflation, would not be jerked under the water with the sinking vessel. (b) the weak link. If the provision of the free uzpeldēšan system used in the bottleneck, ensure that it will comply with the following requirements: (i) it could break with the forces that need to extract from the piesienam cables liferaft container; (ii) it would be strong enough to allow the liferaft inflated; and (iii) it will break under load within ± 0.4 kN 2.2; (c) the hydrostatic release device. If the liferaft free uzpeldēšan security system uses hydrostatic release device, ensure that it will comply with the following requirements: (i) be made of appropriate materials, in order to prevent the possibility that the device will not work. Hydrostatic release device or component or otherwise galvanizēšan coating with a metallic coating is not permitted; (ii) it will automatically release the liferaft at a depth of not more than 4 m; (iii) it would be equipped with drainage, which, comfortably in the device in good condition, prevent water accumulation hydrostatic chamber; (iv) it should be so designed as to prevent the release of the raft, sea waves over device skalojot; (v) it should be permanently marked to indicate on the outside of the device type and serial number; (vi) be provided with a document, or the identification plate with the mark, which indicated the date of manufacture, type, and serial number; (VII) each part attached to the piesienam system, the cables would be just as durable as piesienam in tow; (VIII) if it is a single-use, would be supplied with instructions for its use and the period of validity would be added to feature an expiration date labelling on devices.
14 view with resolution A. 567 (16) activities of the instructions adopted rescue 21. Rule plosto. Inflatable liferafts (1) inflatable liferaft shall ensure compliance with the requirements of regulation 20 and, in addition, also the requirements of this regulation. (2) inflatable liferaft construction. (a) the main buoyancy Chambers shall be allocated no less than two separate compartments, each of which may inflate through a separate irreversible valve. The buoyancy chamber is designed in such a way that any damage to the bins or inflates, partitions, maintain a positive buoyancy of the liferaft with people throughout the perimeter of the number is to deploy the liferaft, each with a weight of 75 kg, and sitting in a normal position. (b) the liferaft shall be made with a waterproof floor that is sufficiently isolated against cold either: (i) by one or more partition which can inflate to a raft of existing, or which inflates automatically, and from which the existing raft can skip the air and inflate them again; or (ii) with other equivalent means, which do not depend on a blow-up. (c) the liferaft inflated with a gas, which is not poisonous. Inflation should be completed within 1 minute at an ambient temperature between 18 ° C and 20 ° C and 3 minutes at an ambient temperature of-30 ° c. After a blow-up life-raft should save your form if it is full of equipment and number of people. (d) for each of the inflatable compartments must be able to withstand a pressure of at least three times the working pressure and the pressure valves, either with the assistance of or reducing gas supply, protected from the possibility that it could exceed the pressure twice the working pressure. Provides the ability to add a filling pump or bellows, under (10) (a) (ii) the requirements of the operating pressure. (3) an inflatable life-raft capacity. The number of people you expect to deploy the liferaft shall be fixed equal to the smaller of the following numbers: (i) the greatest whole number obtained by dividing the main buoyancy tubes volume in cubic metres inflated (this calculation does not include bows, not a rower step, if any) with 0.096; or (ii) the greatest whole number obtained by dividing the liferaft the inner horizontal cross-sectional area, measured along the buoyancy tube deepest edge square metres (this calculation may include the thwart or thwarts if fitted) with 0.372; or (iii) the number of people whose average weight is 75 kg and all of whom, wearing life jacket, you can sit comfortable enough in the liferaft without disrupting any liferaft equipment operation, taking into account also the height of the sheet. (4) getting there in rescue plosto inflatable. (a) at least one entrance equipped with a partially rigid (hard) bevel boarding area to allow people out of the water to board the liferaft and designed to prevent the damage in the event of significant air emissions from rescue raft. The davit-launched life-raft, where it has more than one input, boarding area adds at the entrance, located on the opposite side of the strap, which are intended for the attraction at the side of the raft and raft embarkation facilities from the fishing vessel. (b) At entrances that are not equipped with the boarding area, boarding ladder, ensure that the lowest rung is located not less than 0.4 m below the waterline of an empty life-raft. The entrance, which is provided with a boarding ramp also provided also with a boarding ladder that lowest rung should be submerged in water. (c) inside the liferaft provides funds to help people pull up in from the liferaft embarkation ladder. (5) the inflatable liferaft stability. (a) every inflatable liferaft shall be made so that it completely inflated and floating with the lift awning would be stable in moderate seas. (b) provide the liferaft's stability in position to roll over and the waves and calm water, one person can trim to the correct position. (c) provide the liferaft's stability to it with full human and full equipment can drag ropes with a speed of up to 3 knots in calm water. (6) the inflatable liferaft equipment. (a) ensure that the cables of the system piesienam resistance to bursting, including its attachment to the raft, not including the provisions of section 20 (6) (b) the required bottleneck should be not less than 10.0 CN liferafts which allowed pick up 9 persons or more, and not less than 7.5 kN for any other life-raft. Provides for the possibility of one man inflate life-raft. (b) to the liferaft awning installed manually adjustable lamp that is visible in a dark night in clear weather from two miles away no less than 12 hours. If the light is flashing, its first two hours of the 12-hour period, the frequency of outbreaks at least as 50 per minute. Lamps equipped with seawater-feeding elements or dry chemical element that automatically turns the lamp as soon as the raft inflates. Batteries must be such that no moisture or humidity spoils the impression, the liferaft during storage. (c) fitted inside the liferaft manually switched on the lamp, which is able to operate continuously for at least 12 hours. It should automatically lights up when lifting the sheet, and should be of sufficient light intensity so that they can be read in the light of the life saving equipment and instructions for use. (7) an inflatable life-raft containers. (a) the liferaft shall be kept in the package container: (i) made it to withstand harsh use every possible sea conditions; (ii) packaged with the liferaft and its equipment has sufficient buoyancy to the fishing vessel, sinking it with your buoyancy would be able to pull out the cables from the inside piesienam and actuate a blow-up mechanism; and (iii) that, as far as practicable, be sealed except for the holes in the bottom of the container to drain. (b) the liferaft container pack so as to ensure that, as far as possible, entering the water it inflates to the correct position, getting rid of the container. (c) the container shall be marked with: (i) the manufacturer's name or trade mark; (ii) the serial number; (iii) recognized the name and number of people ALREADY, which it intended to take in; (iv) the word "STEP"; (v) the attached emergency kit type; (vi) the last date maintenance (repackaging); (VII) the cables length piesienam; (VIII) the maximum storage height above waterline (depending on drop height and tested the cables length piesienam); and (ix) launching instructions. (8) the terms for inflatable liferafts. (a) the liferaft shall be marked with: (i) the manufacturer's name or trade mark; (ii) the serial number; (iii) the date of manufacture (month and year); (iv) the name, IF found; (v) the crew station, where it was last checked (repacked), name and location; and (vi) instructions above each entrance of the number of persons which the liferaft is intended to deploy, with not less than 100 mm high marks in a colour contrasting with the color of the liferaft. (9) the davit-launched inflatable liferafts. (a) in addition to compliance with the above listed requirements, life-rafts intended for use with a recognised launching device, when it is worn in the lifting hook or hive, withstand the weight of: (i) four times larger than the full number of people and equipment, mass environmental and stabilised liferaft temperature of 20 ° ± 3 ° C with a release valve for all workers; and (ii) 1.1 times the number of people on the full weight of the equipment and the surrounding environment and stabilized the liferaft temperature-30 ° C, working all the release valves. (b) hard containers designed to drop the device dropdown liferafts, in such a way as to prevent any part of the container or the falling of the sea in packaged in a liferaft inflation and lowering during or after. (10) an inflatable life-raft shall be in addition to the equipment. (a) in addition to the equipment required by rule 20 (5) point every inflatable liferaft shall be provided with: (i) one repair kit accessory flat space for buoyancy in providing repair partitions; and (ii) one pump for inflation or bellows. (b) knives, requested in paragraph 20 (5) (a) (ii) must be safe.
22. the rule. Rigid liferafts (1) other survival craft must comply with the requirements of regulation 20 and in addition also the requirements of this regulation. (2) the hard life-raft construction (a) the buoyancy of the liferaft secured by a recognised, swim able materials deployed, as close as possible to the outer edge of the liferaft. Floating material must be burning not capable or not burning protected maintenance coating. (b) ensure that the floor of the liferaft off a ingress of water, as well as to effectively maintain the raft people above water and isolated them from the cold. (3) hard life-raft capacity. Life-rafts intended to put down the number of people equal to the smaller of the following numbers: (i) the greatest whole number obtained by dividing the amount of floating material in cubic metres by multiplying by the factor 0.096 and: 1 the proportion of this material minus; or (ii) the greatest whole number obtained by dividing the liferaft floor horizontal cross-sectional area in m2 with 0.372; or (iii) the number of people whose average weight is 75 kg and wearing life jacket, you can easily enough, with enough vertical space, sasēdin, without disturbing any part of the equipment of the liferaft. (4) inside the hard rescue plosto. (a) at least one entrance equipped with solid boarding slope, for people to get into the rescue craft from the sea. The davit-launched life-raft, where it has more than one input, the slope shall be denied boarding at the entrance, located on the opposite side of the strap and attraction boarding facilities. (b) At entrances that are not equipped with boarding slope, boarding ladder, which provides the lowest rungs are not less than 0.4 m below the waterline, the liferaft at the slightest draught. (c) the liferaft shall provide the means by which the people themselves from the trap can catch a raft. (5) the hard life-raft stability. (a) If not for the liferaft's ability to operate safely no matter with which side up it is floating, it provides strength and stability to the raft, either cropped to the correct position, or in moderate sea and tranquil water can effortlessly turn over one man. (b) the liferaft shall provide the stability to it, with a full load of people and equipment, you can drag the cables with a speed of up to 3 knots in calm water. (6) hard liferaft equipment. (a) the liferaft shall be fitted with suitable ropes of piesienam. Piesienam the strength of the system of cables to pull, not including the 20 (6) (b) the provisions required under the bottleneck should be not less than 10, 0kN liferafts which allowed pick up 9 (nine) persons or more, and not less than 7.5 kN for other rescue rafts. (b) to the awning installed liferaft manually controlled lamp that is visible in a dark night in clear weather from two miles away no less than 12 hours. If the light is flashing, its first two hours of the 12-hour period, the frequency of outbreaks at least as 50 per minute. Lamps equipped with seawater-feeding elements or dry chemical element that automatically turns the lamp as soon as the raft inflates. Batteries must be such that no moisture or humidity spoils the impression, the liferaft during storage. (c) placed inside the liferaft manually controlled lamp that can be lit continuously for at least 12 hours. It should automatically lights up when lifting the awning, and must have sufficient light intensity to the light to read the rescue and equipment instructions. (7) the terms to hard liferafts survival craft shall be marked with: (i) the fishing vessels to which it belongs, name and port of registry; (ii) the manufacturer's name or trade mark; (iii) serial number; (iv) the name, IF found; (v) the number of people who intended to place it above each entrance, with a height of not less than 100 mm, in a colour contrasting with the color of the liferaft; (vi) the inscription of A STEP; (VII) attached critical assembly type situation; (VIII) the length of the cables of the piesienam; (ix) the maximum allowed height of deployment above the waterline (drop test height); and (x) launching instructions. (8) the hard davit-launched liferafts. In addition to the above requirements, the hard life-rafts intended for use with recognised launching device when it hanging off a lifting hook or hive, be able to withstand the weight that is 4 times larger than the full number of people on it, and the mass of equipment 23. Rule. Glābējlaiv (1) General requirements. (a) except as provided in this rule, all glābējlaiv must comply with the provisions of 17 (1) and 17 (7) (d), inclusive, and 17 (7) (f), 17 (7) (g), 17 (7) (i), 17 (7) (g) and 17 (9) the requirements of the rules. (b) the design of the Glābējlaiv performance can either be solid or inflatable or a combination of both options. Ensure to glābējlaiv meet the following requirements: (i) the length should be not less than 3.8 m and not more than 8.5 m in length, except for vessels with a length that less than 45 m where, in relation to the length of the fishing vessel or any other reason, to be equipped with the glābējlaiv is not reasonable or not practical if you can allow reduce the length of the glābējlaiv, but not less than 3.3 m; (ii) that they would be able to deploy at least 5 (five) people seated and one person lying down on a stretcher, or on fishing vessels with a length of less than 45 m, if glābējlaiv is less than 3.8 m, be able to deploy at least 4 (four) people seated and one person lying down on the stretcher. (c) Glābējlaiv in the number of people put down if the pilot seat. Minimum boat load capacity determined in accordance with paragraph 23 (1) (b) (ii). Seats, except for the Steering man, can provide to tilaud (floor). Seats are not allowed to install on the gunwale, bodywork or inflatable boat on the side of the gondola. (d) Glābējlaiv, which is a combination of a rigid and inflatable structures, must meet the relevant requirements of this regulation, in accordance with the opinion of the CASE. (e) If one does not have a corresponding glābējlaiv easy cover, fitted with a bow cover, exceeding not less than 15% of the length of the boat. (f) provide for the glābējlaiv opportunities to maneuver with a speed of at least 6 knots and maintain such a speed of at least 4 (four) hours. (g) Gābējlaiv must be sufficiently mobile and flexible to stormy seas to ensure people had been pulled from the water, arrange the life-raft and tow the largest liferaft on the vessel when it is full of people and it is with full equipment or the corresponding equivalent, and with a speed of at least 2 knots. (h) the Glābējlaiv provided with stationary engine or a padlock of the engine. If it is equipped with a padlock engine, rudder and tiller can form part of the engine. Despite 17 (6) (a). the requirements of the rules, the glābējlaiv can be fitted with gasoline-powered engines, hanging with recognized fuel system, provided that the fuel tank is specially protected against fire and explosion. (i) Glābējlaiv with permanently installed pull equipment and it provides sufficient strength to collect (arranged) or pull the ropes of the life-raft, according to subparagraph (g). (j) Glābējlaiv mounting watertight storage places small items of equipment. (2) Glābējlaiv equipment. (a) All glābējlaiv equipment items, except ķekš shock, obviating strengthens glābējlaiv in the line, storage boxes or compartments, mounts or similar deployment measures. The equipment is secured in such a manner as not to interfere with any boat landing or take-off. All glābējlaiv equipment must be subject, to the extent possible, small and lightweight and packed in suitable and compact form. (b) each glābējlaiv equipment consists of: (i) sufficient number of floating oars or paddles to move forward in a peaceful sea. Each existing air supply with duļļ pins, duļļ or equivalent equipment. Duļļ or duļļ pins to be affixed to the boat with the hive or chains; (ii) floating shovels; (iii) the compass cottages with an effective compass that is luminous or provided with suitable means of illumination; (iv) a floating anchor straps, ripping it and if it is connected, and not less than 10 m long, adequate strength cables; (v) long enough and durable piesienam cables attached to the release device, corresponding to 17 (7) (g). the requirements of the rules, and deployed in front of the glābējlaiv; (vi) one, not less than 50 m long, floating straps, strong enough to tow a liferaft according to subparagraph (g); (VII) the waterproof electrical lamps, suitable for transmission of Morse signals, together with one spare set of batteries and one spare bulb in a waterproof container; (VIII) one whistle or equivalent sound signal; (ix) a first aid package in a waterproof box that can be sealed after use; (x) two lifebuoys with attached rescue strap length with not less than 30 m; (xi) the search spotlight that can efficiently illuminate the bright sharp object with a width of 18 m at night at a distance of 180 6 hours total time and that can burn continuously, not less than 3 hours; (XII) an efficient radar reflector; (XIII) heat protection products according to the requirements of regulation 26, in sufficient quantity, 10procent from the number of people expected to deploy rescue boat, or 2 (two) people, whichever the greater. (c) in addition to the equipment required by subparagraph (b) each hard glābējlaiv equipment usually consists of: (i) ķekš; (ii) a bucket; (iii) a knife or axe. (d) in addition to the equipment required by subparagraph (b), each inflatable glābējlaiv equipment usually consists of: (i) floating safety knife; (ii) two sponges; (iii) the effective, manually operated bellows or pump,; (iv) repair tool kit, a suitable container for repairing holes; (v) security ķekš. (3) in addition to the requirements of glābējlaiv of the inflatable: Inflatable glābējlaiv-(a) to not necessary 17 (1) (c) and 17 (1) (e) the requirements of rules; (b) inflatable glābējlaiv shall be so constructed that when worn slung behind or lifting hook, they should: (i) a sufficiently strong and demanding to be let down and raise them when they are full of people and equipment; (ii) sufficiently resistant to withstand 4 (four) times the weight of the full number of people and equipment mass at ambient temperature 20 ° C (± 3 °) when none of the safety valves; and (iii) strong enough to withstand 1.1 times the weight of the full number of people and equipment mass at ambient temperature-30 ° C, while all of the safety valve. (c) the inflatable glābējlaiv shall be so constructed that they can withstand the environment when: (i) it is located on the open deck of a fishing vessel; (ii) within thirty (30) days is at sea in all Sea States. (d) in addition to the 17 (9) the requirements laid down in the rules of inflatable glābējlaiv are marked with the serial number, the manufacturer's name or trade mark and the date of manufacture. (e) the buoyancy of Inflatable glābējlaiv either with one float, divided into at least five, approximately equal volume or partitions with two separate floats, from which neither of them does not exceed 60% of the total volume. The buoyancy of the float equipment safe so that, one partition, were not damaged partitions, able to sustain glābējlaiv located in the intended number of people, each with a 75 kg mass, seated in a normal position, with positive freeboard height full glābējlaiv in the periphery. (f) providing the buoyancy of the float, which forms the border of the glābējlaiv inflatable blow-up should ensure, by not less than 0, 17m3 volume for each person, which is expected to deploy glābējlaiv. (g) providing each buoyancy compartment shall be fitted with a valve for inflation permanently by hand and with a means of air release. Also provides a safety valve, if one is not sure IF such a device is required. (h) the inflatable glābējlaiv external bottom and vulnerable places outside, equipped with friction resistant strips according to the IF requirements. (i) If the supply of the glābējlaiv with the front light window, it can't be incorporated into more than 20% of the overall length of the boat. (j) ensure that adequate reinforcement patches to ensure the piesienam of the start and end of the rope, as well as rescue strap looped inside and outside the boat. (k) the inflatable glābējlaiv all the time maintaining a fully inflated condition.
24. the rule. Life jackets (1) General requirements for lifejacket: (a) rescue vest should not promote combustion and continue melting after 2 seconds it had completely encircled by flames. (b) a lifejacket made so as to: (i) the people at the demonstration could correctly pull up one minute, without help; (ii) their normal would wear only one way or not, as far as possible, to put up the wrong; (iii) it would be comfortable to wear; (iv) allow the wearer to jump from at least 4.5 m height in the water, not through injuries and does not change the life jackets or damaging it. (c) life jacket provide sufficient buoyancy and stability peacefully in fresh water, to: (i) the lift force and consciousness lost in mouth above the water at least 120 mm in height, the human body was holding back at least 20 ° and not more than 50 ° from the vertical position; (ii) not later than 5 sec. during the turn the unconscious man's body in the water from any position so that the mouth is above the water. (d) life jackets buoyancy shall not decrease more than 5% after 24 hours of immersion in fresh water in the State. (e) rescue vest should not interfere with the dressed man nopeldē a small distance and to board the liferaft. (f) each lifejacket shall be fitted with a whistle, which neatly attached with twine. (2) inflatable life jackets. Lifejacket, buoyancy depends on if its a blow-up, provide for not less than two separate partition and ensure that it meets the requirements of Regulation (1) and also the following requirements: (i) it automatically into the piepūsto, would be provided with a device to allow it to inflate by a simple hand movement, and would also be able to inflate by mouth; (ii) any one compartment in the event of the loss of buoyancy suit (1) (b), (c) and (e) point; and (iii) the inflation with automatic mechanism match (1) (d) the requirements of paragraph 1. (3) a lifejacket light. (a) ensure that each fire lifejackets shall meet the following requirements: (i) it would be with a light intensity of not less than 0.75 candle light in all directions of the upper hemisphere; (ii) it would be supplied with energy in such a way as to ensure that the light intensity in the candlelight of 0.75 for at least 8 hours; and (iii) be transparent so the upper hemisphere part of the segment, as far as possible, being attached to the life jackets. (b) If the fire, which the said paragraph (3) (a) flashes of fire, is ensure that it in addition to meet the following: (i) should be equipped with hand-operated switch; (ii) would not be fitted with a lens or concave reflector beam beam concentration; (iii) could flare up not less than 50 (fifty) and no more than 70 (seventy) times a minute with a light intensity of at least 0.75 candle light.
25. the rule. Wet suit (1) General requirements for (a) wet suit wet suit is made of waterproof materials and shall ensure that: (i) it can be unpacked and donned without assistance within 2 minutes, taking into account, in addition to clothing, as well as the life jacket, wet suit, if the intended use together with a lifejacket; (ii) it does not blaze with or does not continue to melt after 2 seconds it had completely encircled by fire; (iii) that cover the entire body except the face. We must also cover arms, unless provided permanently added to the dress gloves; (iv) it should be equipped with a system of free air reduction to suit up; and (v) after the jump in the water from a height not less than 4 m, outfit out of excessive quantities of water. (b) the immersion suit which also complies with the requirements of regulation 24, can be classified as a lifejacket. (c) a person who provides for the possibility of a wet suit wet suit and, if intended for use in conjunction with a lifejacket, also donned a lifejacket, perform the following actions: (i) to climb up and down through at least 5 m long vertical ladder; (ii) the continuation of fishing vessels and related activities; (iii) jump from a height not less than 4 m, water without damaging the immersion suit, or does not change its status, as well as through injuries; (iv) nopeldē a small distance through the water and into the liferaft. (d) the immersion suit, which has buoyancy and made for use without life jackets, fitted with fire under 24 (3) the requirements of the regulations and described in the whistle, 24 (1) (f). (e) if the immersion suit is to be used in conjunction with a lifejacket, the lifejacket donning over a wet suit. Provides for the possibility of the man who donned a wet suit, without the help of the following hoist rescue vest. (2) the requirements in the wet insulation capability. (a) ensure that the suit, made of a material which does not have thermal insulation properties, comply with the following requirements: (i) would be represented by claims that it is to be used in conjunction with warm clothing; and (ii) should be made so that, when used in conjunction with warm clothing and a lifejacket, if it is intended for use with a life jacket, wet suit will continue to provide sufficient heat protection after its user once jumped from 4.5 m height in the water, as well as to the user's body temperature is not reduced by more than 2 ° C, where it was used for 1 hour of calm water with a 5 ° C temperature. (b) the immersion suit made of material with a heat insulating properties when used alone, or in conjunction with a lifejacket, if required for use with a life jacket, the user must be provided with sufficient insulation after one jump in the water from 4.5 m height and also ensure that the user's body temperature is not reduced by more than 2 ° C, if it's 6 hours was used in peaceful running water with a temperature between 0 ° C and 2 ° C (c) guarantees the possibility of humans, who with her wet suit and gloves found in the water at 5 ° C for one (1) hour , pick up a pencil and write in his hand. (3) the requirements for the swimming ability. Provide the opportunity for people to put on a wet suit in fresh water that meets the requirements of regulation 24, or immersion suit with a lifejacket, a slew of State face down position with the face up, that does not exceed 5 seconds.
26. Rule. Heat retention features (1) heat age features made of waterproof material with thermal transmittance of not more than 0, 25W/m [Watts/(meter-kelvin)], and made it to the people, using their wrapping, they reduce both the convective and evaporative heat loss in the path of the wrapped body. (2) ensure that the heat-retaining feature: (i) cover the whole, different sizes of people, body, except the face, they are cloaked in the lifejacket. Overlap the hands also, unless provided permanently attached gloves; (ii) a izsaiņojam and easy stretch or rescue vehicle rescue boat, without help; and (iii) allow the user to draw the water that does not exceed 2 minutes if it reduces the ability to swim. (3) the heat retention of the instrument must be properly functioning air temperature range from-30 ° C to + 20 ° c.
27. Rule. Lifebuoys (1) lifebuoys specification. Each lifebuoy must be: (i) with an external diameter of not more than 800 mm and the internal diameter of not less than 400 mm; (ii) made of a material which has buoyancy; This material may not be providing buoyancy with reeds, Cork shavings, granulated cork or any other unrelated (granular), or any of the materials in the air compartments inflated; (iii) able to hold fresh water floating position no less than 14.5 kg Iron 24 hours; (iv) a mass of not less than 2.5 kg; (v) such that it does not blaze with continue or not melting after 2 seconds had completely encircled by fire; (vi) it made to withstand throwing water from the height at which it is stored above the water level at the least draught, or 30 m, whichever is greater, in height not worsening it, or added ingredients, the working ability; (VII) with sufficient mass, rapid activation of the device to run if it is intended for automatic smoke alarms and signāluguņ applications, or a mass of 4 kg, though the greater; (VIII) equipped with a gripping the rope with a diameter of not less than 9.5 mm and a length not less than 4 lifebuoys, outer diameter length. Grabbing the rope must be secured four places equal distances from each other along the perimeter of the lifebuoys, creating four equal loops. (2) lifebuoys shall spontaneously flammable in flares. Ensure that the spontaneously flammable flares required 10 (2) of the rules, satisfy the following requirements: (i) not to be doused with water; (ii) be able to burn continuously, with a light intensity of not less than 2 candle light in all directions of the upper hemisphere, or flare up (flashes of fire) with a frequency of not less than 50 outbreaks and with at least as much light intensity; (iii) be provided with an energy source that meets the requirements of subparagraph (ii) at least 2 hours for a long period; and (iv) be able to withstand a drop test in accordance with (1) the requirements of subparagraph (vi). (3) lifebuoys shall pašaktivizējoš to smoke signals. Ensure that 10 (3) of the rules required to smoke signals pašaktivizējoš the following requirements: (i) floating in the calm water, evenly distribute a highly visible color smoke for at least 15 minutes for a long period of time; (ii) the entire signal smoke extraction during fast not be ignited or not emitted any fire (flames); (iii) the swell time would not be flooded; (iv) after complete immersion in water continue to release smoke at least 10 seconds; (v) be able to withstand a drop test in accordance with (1) the requirements of subparagraph (vi). (4) the floating rescue ropes ensure that, in accordance with rule 10 (4) required, the floating rescue ropes shall comply with the following requirements: (i) do not twist; (ii) be at least 8 mm diameter. and (iii) guarantee the strength to pull with force of not less than 6 kN.
28. the rule. Strap ejection device (1) assure that each strap ejection device shall comply with the following requirements: (i) ensure strap ejection with sufficient precision; (ii) be equipped at least with four missiles, each of which provides the strap into the distance, not least about 230 meters, level; (iii) be provided in at least four strap of bursting force required to not less than 2 kN; and (iv) would be provided with a short list of instructions or drawing that explains the strap ejection device terms of use. (2) Missile, if it is run with the gun, or Kit, if rocket and strap has one, to be turned on water resistant housing. In addition, if the rocket is run with the gun, strap and rockets with starter funds kept in a container which ensures protection against environmental effects.
29. Rule. Parachute flares (1) guarantees to parachute flares shall comply with the following requirements: (i) be placed in a watertight container; (ii) on the packaging would have printed a brief instruction or drawing, which clearly shows how to use the light signālraķet; (iii) be equipped with an integral means of ignition; and (iv) constructed so as not to cause discomfort to the person holding the shell, if it acts in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions for use. (2) if the Rockets shoot vertically to reach the height of not less than 300 m. highest point in Its trajectory, or close to, the rockets must send parachute lights that: (i) burned bright red in colour; (ii) burn evenly, with the average light intensity of not less than 30000 candlelight; (iii) the burning period of not less than 40 seconds; (iv) the falls at a rate of not more than 5 m/s; (v) during combustion do not damage the parachute or mounting.
30. the rule. Hands signāllāp (1) ensure that the hand signāllāp meets the following requirements: (i) a watertight packing; (ii) on its packaging should be printed in the brief instruction or drawing, which clearly shows how to use the hand signāllāp; (iii) would be for its incendiary; and (iv) would be made to avoid inconvenience to the person that hold the housing and secure the liferaft by burning or incidence slag, if used in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions for use. (2) ensure that the hand signāllāp in addition meet the following requirements: (i) the blaze with bright red in colour; (ii) were evenly with the average light intensity of not less than 15000 candlelight; (iii) with a burning period of not less than 1 minute; and (iv) continue to burn, if it had been immersed for 10 seconds at 100 mm in deep water.
31. the rule. Buoyant smoke signals (1) ensure that the floating smoke signal shall comply with the following requirements: (i) a watertight packing; (ii) no uzliesmot in the form of an explosion, if used in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions for use; (iii) be printed on its packaging a short instruction or drawing, which clearly shows how to use the floating smoke signal. (2) ensure that the floating smoke signal in addition meet the following requirements: (i) continuously released prominent colors of smoke time not shorter than 3 minutes, floating peacefully in the water; (ii) not emitted any flames around the smoke created; (iii) not died out in stormy seas; (iv) continue to omit the smoke, if it was 10 seconds in the 100 mm deep immersed in water.
32. Rule. Launching and embarkation appliances (1) General requirements. (a) except for the free fall drop-down lifeboat launching appliances, each launching appliance shall be fitted so as to using these devices to ensure secure collective life-saving appliances, or glābējlaiv with full equipment, landing under adverse trim of up to 10 ° and list up to 20 ° Board in circumstances where: (i) they shall have the prescribed number of people; (ii) the collective rescue feature, or is not glābējlaiv people. (b) fully laden and completed, as well as an empty lifeboat and launching appliance operation of glābējlaiv must not be controlled by any other means except gravity or mechanical energy accumulated, which is independent of the fishing vessel's energy sources. (c) launching mechanisms so that it can be operated by one person from the site on board a fishing vessel to or from rescue or glābējlaiv. Man on board who runs the drop mechanism, see drop-down rescue tool or glābējlaiv. (d) each launching appliance shall be so constructed as to minimal routine maintenance. All the parts that require regular maintenance, carried out by the crew must be easily accessible, but their maintenance easily executable. (e) Provide, to drop the device should brake winch sufficiently durable and withstand: (i) the static tests on load of at least 1.5 times the maximum working load; (ii) dynamic experiments with loads that exceed at least 1.1 times the maximum working load at the highest landing speed. (f) the launching device and its auxiliary equipment, other than the winch brakes, must be sufficiently strong to withstand the static load test with at least 2.2 times the maximum working load. (g) the constructive elements and all the blocks, falls, vilcējgal, stages, mounting devices, as well as all other devices that are used in conjunction with the launching mechanisms, with the strength of the project, based on the maximum expected workload and material strength limits. All elements apply minimum safety factor of 4.5, but falls, suspension chains, and blocks the minimum safety margin 6. (h) for each launching device, as far as practicable, to be operational in icing conditions. (i) survival craft launching device must ensure the survival of the take-off together with its crew and equipment with the winch that has a motor drive. (j) launching the device in such a way that people can be safely rescue vehicle under 20 (4) (b) and 17 (3) (a) the requirements of the rules. (2) the launching device with cables and winches. (a) steel wire not intertwine and are resistant to corrosion. (b) if the winch has a number of reels, ropes deployed so that the wound from the reels with the same speed and lifting uztīto reels evenly with equal speed, except for an efficient compensatory device. (c) each glābējlaiv stop device shall be equipped with power-driven winches, which is sufficient to power up the glābējlaiv, which is completely assembled and with the full number of people. (d) each collective life-saving appliances and for lifting of each glābējlaiv provide effective hand drive mechanism. Lowering and lifting the rescue remedy or glābējlaiv with mechanical drive mechanism, the hand drive mechanism the handle or a flywheel shall not apply to the moving parts of the winch. (e) If the laivceltņ entry is provided with a mechanical drive, then, in order to avoid an overload of faļļ or laivceltņ, you must include safety devices that automatically cut off the power before engine recovery laivceltņ go to support, unless the engine is built to avoid the congestion of the possibility. (f) fully laden lifeboat or glābējlaiv for lowering into the water down the speed of not less than that calculated by the formula: S = 0.4 + 0.02 S-H, which drop speed in metres per second and H-height in metres from the laivceltņ end to the fishing vessel's waterline, at least of the fishing vessel operating draught. (g) the maximum rate of descent determines IF, taking into account the collective life-saving appliances or the design of the glābējlaiv people against too great forces and launching devices for strength, taking into account the inertia forces generated at the drop of an emergency stop. Drop the device shall be fitted with a device which prevents the launching exceed speed. (h) each glābējlaiv launching device provides sufficient power to lift out of the water completely assembled in the glābējlaiv that is, and with the full number of people, with a speed of at least 0.3 m/sec. (i) each launching appliance shall be fitted with a brake that could stop the rescue or descent of glābējlaiv, and to keep them safe when they are overloaded with the full number of people and the full sets of equipment; If necessary, the brake blocks are protected from water and oil. (j) the hand-brake shall be so arranged that the brakes activity will cease only when the operator or machine operated the operator, holds the brake control handle to position "off". (3) Launching with free uzpeldēšan. If collective life-drop drop necessary for the device and is intended for rescue of free uzpeldēšan, support auto rescue disconnect from the fishing vessel. (4) a device for lowering the free fall method. Each free fall drop-down device that uses an inclined plane, in addition, to meet the requirements of paragraph (1) must also meet the following requirements: (i) the launching device of sorts to along with drop-down lifeboat build a system to protect the boat people from dangerous accelerations during the descent; (ii) launching device must be rigidly constructed with sufficient length and slope of the ramp, providing a collective rescue effective disposal of fishing vessels; (iii) launching a device so constructed as to be effectively protected against corrosion and prevent sparking and fire from the friction of lifeboat launching time. (5) the marine evacuation system. Ensure that each marine evacuation system, in addition to (1) the requirements set out in paragraph 1, shall comply with the following rules: (i) it could expand one man; (ii) it could use at strong wind and sea swell. (6) the liferaft launching appliances. Each liferaft launching appliance must comply with (1) and (2) the requirements of paragraph 1, except for the requirements relating to board the liferaft so the location and loaded liferaft lift. Launching device equipped to protect from early liferaft release during and it could be released, the raft in the water. (7) the boarding ladder. (a) provide for railing must people getting from deck to the ladder and vice versa. (b) lay down the stairs to meet the following requirements: (i) it is made of solid wood free of knots or other irregularities, smoothly handled, without sharp edges and splinter, or made of other suitable material of equivalent properties; (ii) with non-slippery surface, the effectiveness of which provides either with garenriev or with a recognized non-slip surfacing; (iii) not less than 480 mm long, 115 mm wide, no less than and no less than 25 mm thick, without taking into account the non-slip surface or cover; (iv) should be posted in one of the other equal distance of not less than 300 mm and 380 mm, and larger than the fixed it, to keep the horizontal position. (c) the ladder string made of two manila ropes without skin with a circumference not less than 65 mm. Each rope shall be continuous with no joints below the top step. Other materials may be used, provided that their size, load, tear resistant to environmental exposure, flexibility, and ease of grabbing at least equivalent to Manila rope sizes and the appropriate characteristics. All rope ends secured to prevent atšķetināšano.
Chapter VIII. Alarm, alarm list, crew training, rule 1. The application of the provisions of this chapter shall apply to new and existing fishing vessels with a length of 15 metres and higher.
2. the rule. A general emergency alarm system, alarm lists and musters (1) fishing vessel general emergency alarm system provides fishing vessel general alarm signal, consisting of seven or more short audible signals and the subsequent long sound signal, passing to the fishing vessel's whistle or siren and, in addition, with the electric ring, or other equivalent sound signal device that operates from a fishing vessel at the main and emergency power source Accordingly, rule IV/17. (2) to all fishing vessels provides precise instructions for each crew member, in accordance with which it works in case of emergency. (3) the Alarms list and the emergency instructions placed in several places on board fishing vessels, including the wheelhouse, engine room and saloon, and shall include the information specified in the following paragraphs. (4) the alarm list reflects the specified in paragraph (1) the general alarm details, as well as the actions that need to take the crew and passengers, when you hear the alarm. Alarm list indicates also the orders to leave the ship. (5) alarm list indicates for each crew member obligations, including: (a) the watertight doors, fire doors, valves, noteč, sea drainage, Windows, skylights, side scuttles, and similar open closing the fishing vessel; (b) collective life-saving appliances and the equipment of other rescue devices; (c) preparation of rescue and placement; (d) other rescue devices General preparation; (e) the use of means of communication; (f) the manning of fire extinguishing for deletion. (6) fishing vessels with a length of less than 45 metres in length, if it can reduce the requirements of paragraph (5), if satisfied that, for example, the small number of crew members of an up-to-date muster list is not necessary. (7) the alarm list indicates specifically who the officer provides rescue and fire-fighting equipment maintained in good condition and ready for immediate use. (8) alarm list also indicates the main responsible person replacements in case the direct executor is unable to perform the obligations laid down, taking into account that different emergencies requires a different action. (9) the list of Alarms need to prepare before leaving the vessel at sea. If you change the composition of the crew of the fishing vessel, which makes it necessary to amend the list of alarms, the master of the fishing vessel each time provides necessary corrections of an up-to-date muster list, or new preparation.
3. Rule. Leaving the training vessel and alert (1) organizing Training and holding of alarms. (a) each fishing vessel crew member participates in at least one departure from the fishing vessel in training and in one fire-fighting training every month. However, fishing vessels with a length of less than 45 metres where you can reduce these requirements, provided that one fishing vessel abandonment and one fire drill held once in three months. The fishing vessel's crew musters hosts the 24 hours after the vessel leaves port in case the previous month, more than 25% of the fishing vessel's crew have not participated on the fishing vessel in the fishing vessel Act of abandonment and fire drill. If the fishing vessel go out to sea for the first time in Cardinal changes or with new crew, the following alert tool before the vessel leaves port. IF you can authorize other training conditions for the organisation of alarms on fishing vessels which is practically impossible to organize them, provided that the following conditions at least equivalent to the above. (b) each vessel carried out training of abandonment: (i) the fishing vessel crew call for aggregating sites with fishing vessel general emergency alarm signal and the crew of the fishing vessel the introduction of the fishing vessel, according to the abandonment of an up-to-date muster list; (ii) the crew arrival gatherings and preparation of an up-to-date muster list shows the duties; (iii) crew members of apģērbšan fitness testing; (iv) a lifejacket correctly winder; (v) at least one rescue boat launching after all the necessary preparatory work for launching; (vi) the lifeboat engine starting and operation; (VII) the liferaft launching cranes intended for inspection; (c) each fire training is carried out: (i) the crew arrival gatherings and preparation of an up-to-date muster list duties; (ii) water on the fire pump using at least two fire hoses, and making sure that the system is in good working order; (iii) the fire equipment and other rescue equipment inspection staff; (iv) the relevant communication equipment; (v) the watertight doors, fire doors, emergency exits and ugunsslāpētāj; (vi) continuation of the fishing vessel of equipment necessary for the test. (d) as far as practicable, the teaching of each subsequent period descend the different alarm, according to (b) (v). (e) Training of anxiety, as far as reasonably practicable, arrange it as though there really was an emergency. (f) each lifeboat, not less often, than once every three months, and verify operation on land water by the intended crew members aboard. (g) as far as it is reasonable and practical, glābējlaiv, except its lifeboats, which are used as glābējlaiv, once a month, along with the crew, lands provided for them and check the activity on the water. In any case, these requirements not less frequently than once every three months. (h) if the rescue boat and glābējlaiv drop drill are made of fishing vessels are over, this alert to danger because organized coastal waters and under the supervision of an officer that has the alarm organization experience. (i) every vessel leaving the drill tested during Assembly and embarkation of boat emergency lighting. (2) training and instruction. (a) life-saving features, including collective life-saving and fire-fighting equipment of fishing vessels, training on the fishing vessel as soon as possible but no later than 2 weeks after the crew arrived on board a vessel. However, if a crew member regularly seconded to the Board under crew's shift schedule, the learning tool no later than 2 weeks after the first crew arrived on board a vessel. (b) briefing on the life-saving equipment and survival at sea is carried out in the same intervals as the musters. About individual fishing vessel life-saving systems can be organized into individual instruction, but on the whole the fishing vessel's life-saving equipment and devices the briefing organised by the not less frequently than every two months. Each crew member gives instruction, including, but not limited to: (i) the fishing vessel's inflatable liferaft use and preparation, including the use of warning be cautious with respect to naglot shoes and other sharp objects; (ii) information on the body cools, first aid on the body cooling and other first aid procedures; (iii) Special briefing for the rescue of the vessel in use in severe weather and sea swell conditions. (c) For each fishing vessel equipped with inflatable rescue raft launching crane, the crane of this training provides not less than once in 4 months. When practical, include rescue raft inflation and lowering. The liferaft can be special, just training for life-raft, a fishing vessel that is not included in the rescue equipment; a special liferaft shall be marked clearly. (3) records. If the fishing vessel log record in organising the training date, leaving the fishing vessel training, fire training, life-saving devices and other General crew training details. If a specific time is not completely made musters, training, fishing vessel log record existing conditions and organize training or alarm volume. (4) the training manual. (a) in each crew messroom and recreation room or in each crew cabin training manual. The training manual, which may consist of multiple volumes, easy-to-understand language and illustrations provide information and instructions for the existing fishing vessel rescue features and the best methods of survival. Any point of this information can be an audio visual form. The following information reflects details: (i) a lifejacket and put hidrokostīm; (ii) the arrangements laid down in Assembly sites; (iii) the lifeboat and glābējlaiv preparation, launching and boarding them; (iv) launching of survival equipment, being in them; (v) exemption from landing gear; (vi) protection device and method drop area, if any; (VII) the touchdown zone lights; (VIII) all survival equipment; (ix) any detection equipment; (x) rescue radio equipment using illustrative materials; (xi) the use of floating anchor; (XII) the engine and auxiliary equipment; (XIII) the lifeboat and glābējlaiv take-off to the side, including their placement and stowage; (xiv) the body cooling and warm clothing; (xv) the rescue option for the best use of to be saved; (XVI) the rescue methods, including using a helicopter rescue equipment (slings, baskets, stretchers), lifting the basket, coastal rescue equipment and vessel līnmetēj; (XVII) any other duties set out in the alarm the list and the emergency instructions; (XVIII) rescue emergency repair instructions. (b) fishing vessels with a length of up to 45 metres, where you can reduce the requirements of subparagraph (a), but the appropriate safety information on fishing vessels is a must.
4. Rule. Emergency procedures training IF the measures to ensure that the fishing vessel's crew is adequately trained to perform their duties in the event of an emergency. The following lessons: (a) study the possible accident types such as a collision, fire and sinking of the fishing vessel; (b) the rescue media types, which usually is a fishing vessel; (c) the need to comply strictly with the principles of survival; (d) training and training evaluation of alarm; (e) the readiness of any danger and constant knowledge of: (i) the information specified in the lists of alarms, including: 1. each crew member specific responsibilities in the event of danger; 2. their collective saving; 3. alarm signals which seem to go off their collective life-saving appliances or on the fire line; (ii) their life jackets and spare lifejacket disposition; (iii) the fire alarm signal the location of switchboards; (iv) the evacuation routes; (v) the effects of panic; (f) activities relating to the lifting of persons from fishing vessels and rescue funds by helicopter; (g) actions when boarding is announced the collective rescue feature, including: (i) appropriate clothing; apģērbšano (ii) the donning of lifejackets; (iii) in addition to protective equipment, such as the collection of cover; (h) actions when you are ordered to leave the ship, and: (i) boarding a rescue vehicle from a fishing vessel and out of the water; (ii) ielēkšan sea from height and injury risk reduction, jogging in water; (i) activities which are carried out on the water: (i) to survive entering: 1. to an existing water or oil in the fire; 2. low temperature conditions; 3. waters with OGRE sharks; (ii) to crop the right position apgāzušo rescue; (j) activities carried out while in a rescue vehicle in order to: (i) as quickly as possible, get away from the fishing vessel to the rescue; (ii) protect yourself against cold or unusual heat; (iii) use a floating anchor or anchor in the sea; (iv) the surrounding observation; (v) help recover izdzīvojoš and, where appropriate, cultivate them; (vi) facilitate the discovery of life-saving appliances; (VII) check the rescue equipment life and use it correctly; (VIII) keep, as, within the limits of visibility; (k) the main danger to survivors and the main principles of survival, including: (i) the precautionary measures shall be carried out under temperature conditions; (ii) precautionary measures that take tropical climatic conditions; (iii) the Sun, wind, rain and sea; (iv) the importance of suitable clothing uzģērbšan; (v) the protection measures to rescue; (vi) immersion in water and cooling effect; (VII) importance of retention of body fluids; (VIII) protection against sea sickness; (ix) of fresh water and proper use of food; (x) drinking sea water effects; (xi) the funds available to facilitate the detection of the raft; (XII) the importance of maintaining the principle of morality; (l) activities carried out, a fire: (i) the use of fire-fighting hoses with different nozzles (barrel); (ii) a fire extinguisher; (iii) fire doors lay knowledge; (iv) the use of breathing apparatus.
Chapter IX. Radio equipment (A). Rules and definitions in rule 1. The application of the rules.
(1) this chapter shall apply after January 1, 2004 built fishing vessels. (2) the provisions of this chapter do not limit the ship, rescue of persons in danger or make use of any available funds to get attention, communicate your location and get help.
2. the rule. Terms and definitions (1) for the purposes of this chapter: (a) "communication from the wheelhouse to the wheelhouse" means communication between fishing vessels from the place from which usually run by fishing vessels. (b) "continuous monitoring" is a continuous radio observation, except for short intervals when the fishing vessel radiouztveršan opportunities deteriorating or blocked due to radioapmaiņ of the fishing vessel or equipment are made to the periodic maintenance and repairs or inspections. (c) "digital selective call (DSC) system" is a communications method that uses code call packages that allow you to establish a communications station and reject information to another station or a station group and corresponds to the international radio Consultative Committee recommendations. (d) "direct-printing telegraphy (hereinafter referred to as TDT)" is a way of communication that uses automatic Telegraph apparatus, which corresponds to the international radio Consultative Committee recommendations. (e) "general interest radio" is a service and private radiocommunications, which is not classified as a distress, urgency or safety radio communications. (f) the International Convention of maritime satellite communications organisation founded in 1976 September 3 (INMARSAT). (g) "international NAVTEX service" means the marine security of information transmission and automatic reception system that works on 518 kHz using narrowband direct-printing telegraphy (hereinafter NAVTEX). (h) "location" means a fishing vessel crashing aircraft, rescue or location. (i) "maritime safety information" means a fishing vessel or fishing vessels shall be rejected from the navigation and meteorological warnings, meteorological forecasts and the other on maritime safety related messages quickly. (j) "polar orbit satellite service" – is a service that uses a polar orbit satellite system to receive and relay distress signals from the satellite EPIRB and determine their location. (k) "radio regulations" shall mean the International Telecommunication Union radio issued a terms of use. (l) "sea area A1" – a sea area that provides ultraīsviļņ (hereinafter referred to as VHF) radiotelephone communication with at least one coastal radio stations and has a permanent emergency disclosure of information using VHF DSC system. (m) "sea area A2" is the sea area, sea area A1 exception that provides medium-wave (VV) radio telephone communication with at least one coastal radio stations and has a permanent emergency disclosure using VV DSC system. (n) "sea A3 "district's sea area, excluding sea areas A1 and A2, in which the Permanent emergency disclosure using the geostationary Inmarsat satellite system. (o) "sea area A4" have sea area outside sea areas A1, A2 and A3. (p) "COSP/SARS" is an international satellite system, the danger signals and emergency location determination of radioboj, working in the frequencies 121.5 MHz and 406 MHz. (q) "two-way radiotelephone communications hardware of ultraīsviļņ" – the radiotelephony communications ultraīsviļņ hardware maintenance of communication between the floating rescue means, between the floating rescue funds and ships, as well as between the floating rescue and rescue units. (r) "rescue" – with trained personnel assembled unit equipped with a quick search-and-rescue operation valid equipment. (s) the EPIRB is a marine EPIRB. (t) "enhanced group call (PG)" mobile satellite communications system, Inmarsat broadcast system emergency, urgent and safety reports; (u) "Ultraīs waves" – radio waves 156-173 MHz frequency range. (v) "waves" – radio waves – 1604 4000 kHz frequency range. (w) "Short waves" – radio waves – 4000 27500 kHz frequency range.
3. Rule. (1) if the exceptions granted to fishing vessels with the exception of exceptions or conditions with respect to 7.-10. rules and regulations of 14 (7) requirements by ensuring that: (a) such vessels comply with the provisions of the 4 functional requirements; (b) how this exception will affect maritime safety in General. (2) paragraph (1) such derogations may only be granted: (a) where 6 to 10. rules and regulations of 14 (7) application of requirements in full is unreasonable and unnecessary; (b) in exceptional cases, a one-time hike outside the marine area or areas of the sea that the vessel is equipped.
4. Rule. Functional requirements (1) from any fishing vessel which is in the sea, should be able to: (a) except as specified in rules 8 (1) (a) (VHF DSC) and 9 (1) (d) (iii) (INMARSAT), broadcast emergency messages to shore using at least two different and independent means, each of which uses a different radio type; (b) to receive emergency messages transmitted the shore; (c) transmit and receive emergency messages between fishing vessels; (d) transmit and receive search and rescue coordination information; (e) transmit and receive information on site; (f) to broadcast, and as set out in the provisions of chapter X 3 (6), getting the positioning signals; (g) transmit and receive maritime safety information; (h) to transmit and receive radio communications of general interest to and from the shore radio system or networks, as required by rule 14 (8); (i) to provide two-way communication from the wheelhouse to the wheelhouse.
(B) part.
Requirements relative to craft Rules 5. Radio equipment (1) every ship shall be equipped with radio equipment capable of providing functional requirements set out in rule 4 for the entire intended voyage, if one is not suitable for an exception under rule 3 and established rules, and 6 as applicable sea area or areas of the sea where the fishing vessel will be intended voyage, 7, 8, 9 or 10. requirements of the rules. (2) every radio equipment located: (a) the mechanical, electrical or other harmful effect does not influence its proper use and ensure the electromagnetic compatibility and the avoidance of harmful interaction with other equipment and systems; (b) to ensure the highest degree of safety and operational availability. (c) to be protected from harmful water, temperature and other adverse environmental effects; (d) to be provided with a secure, constantly strengthen the electric lighting, which is independent from the main and emergency sources of electrical energy, which provides the appropriate radio controls lighting for working with radio equipment; (e) to be clearly marked with the call sign of the fishing vessel to the station ID and other codes that are required for using radio equipment. (3) Channel VHF radio telephone management needed for maritime safety, are easily available in the wheelhouse of the vessel driving position and provides the possibility of radio communications from the wheelhouse of the wings. To ensure compliance with the requirements of the last used portable VHF radio equipment.
6. Rule. Radio equipment-general conditions.
(1) each vessel shall be provided with: (a) a VHF radio installation, which provides: (i) the ability to transmit and receive DSC frequency 156.525 MHz (channel 70) from the place from which usually runs; (ii) to undertake bilateral radiotelephony communications 156.300 MHz (Channel 6), 156.650 MHz (Channel 13) and 156.800 MHz (channel 16) frequencies; (b) a radio installation capable of providing continuous VHF DSC channel 70 of dežūruztveršan, which may be separate or combined with the equipment in subparagraph (a) (i) the required equipment. (c) the radar machine, working in the 9 GHz frequency band and which: (i) located in a way that it may easily be used; (ii) may be one of the rescue vehicles used as required by rule 14 of Chapter VII. (d) the VHF radio station, which provides radio communications of general interest via radiotelephony, which may be separate or combined with the equipment referred to in (a) and (b) the required equipment. (e) pārnēsajam VHF radio channel. (f) the satellite EPIRB EPIRB, which: (i) rejected the emergency message through the polar orbit satellite system that 406 MHz frequency band works, or if the ship is working only in the marine area, which provides Inmarsat coverage through the Inmarsat geostationary satellite system 1.6 GHz frequency that works; (ii) strengthen the easily accessible location; (iii) paņemam by hand to one person to bring it up to the rescue feature; (iv) freely to resurface when the ship is sinking and automatically activate; (v) activated by hand.
7. Rule. Radio equipment in the shipping area A1 (1) every vessel, which works only in sea area A1 provided with the equipment in accordance with chapter IX of the requirements of regulation 6, rule 8. Radio equipment for maritime areas A1 and A2 (1), in addition to the requirements of regulation 6, each fishing vessel working outside sea area A1, sea area A2, but remains within limits, provided with: (a) the radio equipment, which is able to transmit and receive, emergency and security objectives: (i) 2 187.5 kHz using DSC; (ii) the 2.182 kHz using radiotelephony; (b) a radio apparatus that is capable of providing a continuous DSC dežūruztveršan-VHF frequency 2187.5 kHz and can be stand-alone or combined with subparagraph (a) (i) the required equipment; (c) the receiver, receiving international NAVTEX service messages.
9. Rule. Radio equipment for maritime areas A1, A2 and A3 1. Alternative (1) in addition to the requirements of regulation 6, each vessel, which work outside sea areas A1 and A2, but remains in the sea area A3, and does not meet the requirements of paragraph (2), be provided with: (a) the fishing vessel's Inmarsat Earth station that is capable of: (i) to transmit and receive emergency and safety messages using the direct-printing telegraphy; (ii) send and receive emergency priority calls; (iii) provide on-shore-fishing vessel toward the emergency alarm messages, including those which are addressed to specific geographic areas; (iv) using radiotelephony or direct-printing telegraphy. (b) radio equipment that VV is able to transmit and receive emergency and safety messages the following frequencies: (i) 2187.5 kHz using DSC; and (ii) 2182 kHz using radiotelephony; (c) radio equipment which is able to provide a continuous DSC 2187.5 kHz VHF of dežūruztveršan and which may be separate or combined with the equipment in subparagraph (b) (i) the required equipment; (d) equipment to reject the emergency message from the fishing vessel to shore, using one of the following radio communication: (i) using the polar orbit satellite system 406 MHz frequency band; This requirement may be met by 6 (1) (f) the rules laid down by posting their EPIRB close to, or installing activation ability of distance from the place from which usually runs; (ii) YEW DSC; (iii) an Inmarsat geostationary satellite system; This requirement can be met by using Inmarsat Earth station of the vessel, or the satellite EPIRB; This requirement can be met by 6 (1) (f) the rules laid down by posting their EPIRB close to, or installing activation ability of distance from the place from which usually runs the ship. 2. Alternative (2) in addition to the requirements of regulation 6, each vessel, which work outside sea areas A1 and A2, but remains in the sea area A3, and does not meet the requirements of paragraph (1), equipped with: (a) VV/ARRAY radio equipment which is able to transmit and receive messages emergency and security purposes in all emergency and safety frequencies from 1605 kHz to 4000 kHz and between 4000 kHz frequency bands to 27500 kHz using: (i) DSC; (ii) Radiotelephony; (iii) direct-printing telegraphy; (b) equipment that is capable of DSC 2187.5 kHz to ensure dežūruztveršan, 8414.5 kHz frequencies and at least 4207.5 kHz, 6312, in one of 12577 kHz 16804.5 kHz kHz, or emergency and safety DSC frequencies; at any time, should be able to choose any of these emergency and safety DSC frequencies. This equipment can be a separate piece of equipment, or combined with subparagraph (a) the required equipment; (c) equipment to reject the emergency message from the fishing vessel to the coast, through radio communication, different from the ARRAY using: (i) polar orbit satellite system 406 MHz frequency band; This requirement may be met by 6 (1) (f) the rules laid down by posting their EPIRB close to, or installing activation ability of distance from the place from which usually runs; or (ii) an Inmarsat geostationary satellite system; This requirement can be met by using Inmarsat Earth station of the vessel, or the satellite EPIRB;
This requirement can be met by 6 (1) (f) the rules laid down by posting their EPIRB close to, or installing activation ability of distance from the place from which usually runs;
(d) the possibility of additional fishing vessel to transmit and receive radio communications of general interest via radiotelephone or direct-printing telegraphy, radio equipment with VV/ARRAY that is able to transmit and receive messages work frequencies from 1605 kHz to 4000 kHz and 27500 kHz to 4000 kHz of frequency bands. This equipment may be separate or combined with the equipment under (a) the required equipment.
(3) provide the opportunity to reject the emergency message using (l) (a), (l) (b), (l) (d) (2) (a) and (2) (c) referred to in subparagraphs radioaprīkojum from a place, from which normally runs the ship.
10. Rule. The requirement for sea area A4 organization is excluded.
11. Rule. Sentry (1) every fishing vessel sea maintain continuous guard: (a) VHF DSC channel 70, if under 6 (1) (b) the requirements of the regulations, is fitted with a VHF radio installation; (b) the emergency DSC frequency 2187.5 kHz and security when it, in accordance with the 8 (1) (b) or 9 (1) (c) the requirements of the rules, is equipped with radio equipment VV; (c) emergency and 2187.5 kHz and 8414.5 kHz safety DSC frequencies as well as at least one of the emergency and security 4207.5 kHz, 6312 kHz, 12577 kHz or 16804.5 kHz DSC frequencies according to time of day and geographic location of the fishing vessel when the vessel, under 9 (2) (b) or 10 (1) the requirements of the rules, is equipped with the ARRAY/radio equipment. VV This watch can be maintained using a scanning receiver; (d) satellite shore-fishing vessel in the direction of emergency messages, if the fishing vessel in accordance with 9 (1) (a) the requirements of the regulations, is fitted with an Inmarsat ship earth station of fishing. (2) every fishing vessel sea keeps on marine radio safety information appropriate for receiving radio frequency or frequencies which transmits this information to the area, the fishing vessel. (3) to the 2005 01 of February, each fishing vessel sea maintain a continuous listening on the VHF channel 16. This on-call diet where you normally run the ship.
12. the rule. Sources of energy (1) the whole time, while the vessel is at sea, provide sufficient electrical power for the operation of the radio equipment as well as spare electrical power source for charging. (2) to all fishing vessels made for radio equipment for emergency electrical power source or sources, which provides emergency and safety radio contact in case the main and emergency electrical power source or sources are not working. Backup electrical power source or sources provide simultaneous operation of the VHF radio as defined in 6 (1) (a) the provision and thus the sea area or areas where the vessel is equipped, VV radio equipment, as defined in 8 (1) (a) the provisions in, CU/IVA radio equipment, as specified in 9 (2) (a) or 10 (1), or Inmarsat-fishing vessel ground station, as specified in 9 (1) (a) the rules of operation and additional loads as referred to in points (4), (5) and (8), operation over a period of time, which shall be at least: (a) three hours; (b) one hour, if the emergency source of power in full compliance with rule 17 of chapter IV applicable requirements, including requirements for radio equipment supply, and if it supports the supply period of not less than six hours. (3) the reserve source of electrical energy or sources should be independent of the fishing vessel's energy equipment and electric network. (4) If, in addition to VHF radio equipment, in accordance with paragraph (2), have set up two or more radio equipment that can be connected to the reserve source of electrical energy or sources, it is provided with sufficient capacity to paragraphs (2) (a) and (2) (b) the periods of time laid down, respectively, the supply of equipment and VHF radio: (a) all other radio equipment that can be connected to the reserve source of electrical energy or sources simultaneously; or (b) the radio equipment that uses the most energy, if only one additional radio equipment can be connected to the reserve source of electrical energy (or sources) simultaneously with a VHF radio installation. (5) the reserve source of electrical energy or sources can be used to connect the electric lighting for 5 (2) (d). (6) If a reserve source of electrical energy or sources are rechargeable battery or battery: (a) the batteries provided with automatic charge means that are able to charge them up to the minimum capacity of 10 hours, as determined by the requirements; and (b) the capacity of the battery using a suitable method, checks the time intervals, not exceeding 12 months, when a fishing vessel is at sea. (7) the battery, which is a reserve power, deployed and locked it to ensure: (a) high service; (b) sufficient life time; (c) sufficient security; (d) the battery temperature within the limits specified by the manufacturer and recharging and without load; (e) the batteries that charge fully, at least minimally ensure the established working hours in all weather conditions. If there is a need to continually enter the radio equipment, the information set out in this chapter, of the fishing vessel's navigation or other equipment to ensure proper operation of the radio equipment, provides funds to ensure the continuity of this information into a fishing vessel in the main or emergency source of electrical power in the event of damage.
13. the rule. Equipment performance standards.
(1) equipment covered by this chapter, IF recognised certificates of conformity issued by the corresponding to 9 March 1999 the Directive 1999/5/EC in the Member States of the European Union established the institution carrying out the conformity assessment procedures in accordance with the 1996 EP 20 December Directive 96/98/EC.
14. the rule. Equipment maintenance work order (1) the Equipment shall be so constructed that the main sections can easily be replaced without complex adjustment. (2) where possible, equipment designed and installed in such a way that it is readily available for inspection and service to the fishing vessel. (3) provide appropriate information, to promote the proper use of the equipment and crew, taking into account the recommendations of the organization. (4) the equipment provided with suitable instruments and spare parts of its crew. (5) in this chapter, the required radio equipment is maintained so as to ensure the rules are laid down in 4 functional requirements and compliance with recommended this equipment performance standards. (6) fishing vessels working in sea areas A1 and A2, equipment functionality is ensured through the backup, or maintenance of equipment or skilled care. (7) fishing vessels working in the sea areas A3, provides the functionality of the equipment, the use of the two methods for backing up, maintenance of the equipment or skilled care at sea, taking into account the recommendations of the International Maritime Organisation. (8) IF you can release a ship from the requirement to use the two methods and allow for the use of one method, taking into account the type of vessel and its mode of operation. If you have made all the arrangements for the maintenance of the equipment in order to ensure that the provisions laid down in 4 functional requirements for equipment that provides 4 (h) set out in the General provisions in radio contact, the wrong can not be a reason for the delay of the vessel to the port is not available, the repair of the equipment's capabilities, or to recognise it on the sea, unable to if the fishing vessel is able to take all emergency and safety communications functions.
15. the rule. Radio equipment service staff.
(1) sea areas A1-fishing vessel master or officer requires a certificate of radiotelefonist. (2) sea area A2 – the master and one steersman of the guard requires a certificate or radiotelefonist GMDSS universal operator (GOCE) diplomas. (3) sea area A3-captain, senior mate and watchkeeping officers are necessary GMDSS universal operator (GOCE) diplomas. (4) personnel qualifications attested by certificates as laid down in the rules of procedure of the Radio. (5) one of the officers of the guard fishing vessel designated as responsible for the maintenance of radio communications in case of emergency.
16. the rule. Radio logs (1) To ensure that the fishing vessel's radio journal with records on all cases in which radio is important to the safety of human life at sea, in accordance with the rules and requirements of radio.
Chapter x. Navigation equipment and maritime safety.
1. the rule. (L) application of the rules If not determined otherwise, this chapter shall apply to new and existing fishing vessels with a length of 15 m or more.
2. the rule. Exceptions may be granted IF an exception to the requirements of this chapter for any fishing vessel, if it decides that the way to shipping or shipping distance from the coast, no relevant requirements.
3. Rule. The fishing vessel's navigation equipment (1) (a) a fishing vessel with a length of 24 m and more, provide: (i) the main magnetic compass, except as provided in subparagraph (d); (ii) a magnetic compass course, except that the course information from the main magnetic compass required in subparagraph (i) is available and clear the Steering man the main steering position; (iii) suitable means of communication between the main magnetic compass and the normal navigation control position, in accordance with the set; (iv) as far as practicable, bearing the possibility of 360 degree horizon. (b) each of the magnetic compass, referred to in subparagraph (a), properly tuned and always ensure the residual magnetic deviation table or curve; (c) vessels fitted with a spare magnetic compass main magnetic compass replacement, except when a fishing vessel is the magnetic compass steering position referred to in subparagraph (a) (ii), or gyrocompass; (d) if the principal decides that the magnetic compass is not necessary, it may grant exceptions to this rule for certain fishing vessels or classes of vessels, if the fishing vessel to the shipping area, removal of the fishing vessel or fishing vessels from the shore type does not stipulate the requirements, provided that the vessel is fitted with a suitable magnetic compass steering position. (2) fishing vessels with a length of 75 metres and more that are built before 01 September 1984, provided with žirokompas, which meets the requirements of paragraph (3). (3) the fishing vessels have an emergency steering position shall be equipped at least with telephone or other means of communication, to the direction of movement of the fishing vessel information for the following items. In addition, fishing vessels with a length of 45 metres and higher have and built in 1992, 01 February or later, provided with a Visual display of the availability of the emergency steering position. (4) fishing vessels with a length of 35 metres or more fitted with radar equipment operating in the 9 GHz frequency band. Fishing vessels with a length of 35 metres in length and over but less than 45 metres in length, and where the discretion may grant an exception to this rule (16) point requirements, ensuring equipment fishing vessel full compatibility with search and rescue radar transponder machine. (5) fishing vessels with a length of less than 35 metres, which are fitted with radar equipment, the requirement for this equipment determines IF. (6) a ship which, in accordance with paragraph (6) are equipped with a 9 GHz radar, must be fitted with an electronic distance and bearing of targets detection feature 10 goals (RPA) collision detection. Fishing vessels with a length of 75 metres and larger and built in 1984 on September 1 or later, be fitted with an automatic radar target distance and bearing detection feature (ARPA), the collision detection. (7) fishing vessels with a length of 75 metres and larger, which built before 25 May 1980 and fishing vessels of 45 metres in length and above, which are built of 25 May 1990 and later fitted with echo sounding. (8) fishing vessels with a length of less than 45 metres in length, fitted with suitable, IF recognised, the means for determining the depth below the fishing vessel. (9) the fishing vessels of 45 metres in length and above, built in 1984, 01 September or later, a device speed and distance sales reporting. (10) fishing vessels with a length of 75 metres and larger, which built before 01 September 1984 and fishing vessels of 45 metres in length and above, built in 1984, 01 September and later be equipped with indicators that show the wheel turning angle and rotation speed of each propeller and, in addition, if the fishing vessel is equipped with a variable pitch propellers or lateral screws also, such a step and the work base. All these indicators placed in one place. (11) the fishing vessels of less than 24 metres, if recognized as sufficient and reasonable, a compass and directional steering position. (12) the fishing vessels of 45 metres in length and above and that are built after 01 September 1984, supplied with žirokompas that satisfies the following requirements: (a) provide or žirokompas table of good visibility repiter steering him in the main steering position; (b) fishing vessels with a length of 75 metres and more, as far as practicable, be provided with the žirokompas or repiter repiter that positioned to be able to fathom 360 degree horizon. (13) except as provided in the rules I/6, if all the measures envisaged in order to maintain an efficient working order points (1) to (12) that the equipment, machine breakage or incorrect operation may result in the recognition of the fishing vessel on the sea or unable to prevent port repair facilities are not readily available. (14) the fishing vessels with a length of 75 metres and a larger, built after January 1, 2004 shall be equipped with automatic identification system (AIS). (15) all types of equipment in accordance with these rules installed on board fishing vessels, IF approved. All equipment is to be installed on board fishing vessels must comply with the equipment performance standards not inferior to those adopted by the organisation. Equipment installed in the equipment performance standards, may be exempted from full compliance with these standards, in accordance with discretion, taking into consideration the recommended criteria your organization may have in connection with the standards. (16) the fishing vessels of less than 24 metres, shall be equipped with a radar reflector, if they are not equipped with radar. (17) the fishing vessels be equipped with global navigation satellite system or terrestrial radionavigation system receiver, or other means, suitable for use in continuous flight time with the automatic vessel location and restore.
4. Rule. The fishing vessel's navigational instruments and publications (1) vessels shall be equipped with suitable instruments, consistent, and correct cards, locij, lights and signs, lists, announcements, seafarer, tide tables, and other navigational publications necessary for the intended flight, in accordance with the requirements. (2) electronic cartographic information system (Electronic Chart Display and Information System [ECD]) could be considered as satisfying the requirements of this paragraph in relation to the cards. (3) To set up a fishing vessel, repeating equipment to ensure (1) point functionality, if it functions completely or partially fulfil the electronic līdzekļi15.
15 the card can be used as backup equipment for ECDIS. It is permissible for other ECDIS repeating features (see. Resolution 817 (19), with corrections, annex 6).
5. Rule. Signalling equipment (1) fishing vessels of 45 metres in length and above, with the signal light, which is independent from the fishing vessel, only the main electrical power source. Provide energy from portable batteries. (2) the fishing vessels of 45 metres in length and above, a full set of flag for communication using the international code of signals. (3) all fishing vessels in accordance with these terms is equipped with radio equipment, provided with the international code of signals. Supply of this publication can be determined for any other fishing vessel, which according to where the views necessary. (4) All vessels shall be provided with a place in the wheelhouse poster, which depicted the flag and international Morse alphabet book marks and their meanings, as well as the letters of the signal. (5) All vessels shall be provided with applicable size national flag.
6. Rule. Visibility from the navigation bridge (1) provides a new ship, with a length of 45 metres and higher compliance with the following requirements: (a) sea surface visibility from the fishing vessel management sites to front, from the bow of a fishing vessel of up to 10 degrees on each side, must not be restricted more than two lengths of the fishing vessel or 500 metres, whichever is the smaller, independent of the fishing vessel's draught or trim. (b) non-transparent sector caused by fishing gear or other obstacles outside the wheelhouse forward, limiting the transparency of the sea surface from the fishing vessel management sites must not exceed 10 degrees. Total non-transparent sector range must not exceed 20 degrees. Transparent slices between non-transparent sectors provides at least 5 degrees. In subparagraph (a) determine each transparent circle sector shall not exceed 5 degrees. (c) the wheelhouse front bottom edge of the window height is determined as possible. In any case, the lower edge of the window must not be an obstacle to visibility, as set out in that provision. (d) the wheelhouse front Windows top edge height is determined, in order to ensure the visibility of the horizon ahead the person with eye height 1800 mm above the wheelhouse deck, where you run the ship. If you admit that the eye height 1800 mm above the wheelhouse deck is not necessary and not practical, eye height can be reduced, but not less than 1600 mm above the wheelhouse deck. (e) the horizontal range of the fishing vessel management site is determined not less than 225 degrees, i.e. from the direction of the straight ahead to 22.5 degrees to the rear of each dvars fishing vessel's side. (f) the horizontal visibility from the wheelhouse wings set not less than 225 degrees, i.e. from at least 45 degrees the opposite side of the bow, through the nose, to 180 degrees to the rear, on the same side. (g) the horizontal visibility from the main steering position is determined from the straight ahead in direction to not less than 60 degrees on each side of the vessel. (h) ensure the transparency of the side of the fishing vessel from the wheelhouse of the wing. (i) ensure that the wheelhouse Windows shall comply with the following requirements: (i) the wheelhouse window frame should be as short as possible and it is not directly against any work station; (ii) reduction of reflections of the wheelhouse front Windows, they should be positioned diagonally to the vertical with the upper edge to the outside, angle not less than about 10 degrees and a maximum of 25 degrees; (iii) to the window would not be polarized or tinted; (iv) at least two of the wheelhouse front Windows and, depending on the shape of the wheelhouse, in addition to the window should always be clearly transparent, independent of weather conditions. (2) existing fishing vessels, as far as possible, to comply with subparagraph (1) (a) and (b) requirements. However, constructive changes or addition to the equipment request is not necessary. (3) to the unconventional design of fishing vessels, and IF point of view, it is not possible to ensure compliance with the requirements of this rule, shall take measures in order to achieve the degree of transparency, which is as close as possible to that provided for in this regulation. The subsequent provisions of this chapter are identical to chapter V of the SOLAS Convention and is mandatory for all vessels. These rules are implemented with other national legislation. The purpose of the inclusion of the provisions of this chapter is to provide fishing vessels with maritime safety rules, arranged in one place.
7. Rule. Hazard statements (1) every master of a fishing vessel whose fishing vessel encountered dangerous ice, a dangerous wreck or any other danger to navigation, or tropical storms, or air temperature is below the freezing point of water, and storm strength winds that cause heavy icing, fishing vessel or a wind strength of 10 Ballroom (25 m/s) and more after the Beaufort scale for which no storm warning , pass this information on to nearby fishing vessels, using all available means, as well as the first competent authorities ashore, with which you can establish a connection. Candidate information form is not regulated. Information can be overruled in simple language (preferably English) or using the international code of signals. Information to be notified to all fishing vessels nearby, and sends the first landfall point that initiate communication with the requirement to provide information to the relevant authorities.
8. Rule. The information contained in the report of hazard hazard report gives the following information: (1) on the ice, wrecks and other maritime perils: (a) ice, wreck or the observed distress; (b) ice, wreck or danger last observed; (c) time (universal coordinate [UTC]) and date when the danger was last observed. (2) On tropical vacation vētrām16: (a) notice of the tropical storms encountered. Obligation to transmit the following information to understand the broad information transmission, if the master is always sufficient grounds to believe that a tropical storm is forming or is near; (b) the time (universal coordinate [UTC]), the date and the place where the fishing vessel when the observation was made; (c) the report shall contain as much of the following as much as practicable: (i) the barometric pressure, preferably corrected stating units: mbar, hektopaskāl, millimeters or inches, and is corrected or not; (ii) the barometric trend (barometric pressure changes in the last three hours); (iii) the true wind direction; (iv) the wind force (Beaufort scale after); (v) the State of the Sea (frame, small waves, nasty, big waves); (vi) the tide (small, medium, strong) and the true direction of the waves, from whence they come. Swell period and wave length (short, medium, long) can also be useful information; (VII) the fishing vessel, the true course and speed. (3) on the following observations: (a) when the captain is reported for tropical or other storm is desirable, but not mandatory, to make further observations and transmit them every hour, if it is practicable, but in any case not less frequently than every three hours while the vessel is in the impact zone of the storm; (b) the winds with the strength of 10 Ballroom (m/s) or more at the Beaufort scale for which no storm warning; This meant the storm in other than mentioned in this provision in paragraph (2). When observing such a storm, the challenged report contains similar information as in paragraph (2), except for the information about the State of the tide and the sea; (c) the air temperature below the freezing point of water and storm strength winds that cause heavy fishing vessel icing: (i) time (universal coordinate [UTC]) and date; (ii) air temperature; (iii) sea water temperature (if practicable); (iv) the wind force and direction; (v) the speed of the ice nearby.
16 "tropical storm" is a common name used for meteorological services, and which includes a hurricane, Typhoon, as well as powerful cyclonic storms.
9. Rule. Sailing the ice if you received a message on the ice in the course of the fishing vessel, or close to, the master of a fishing vessel at night reduces the speed of the vessel or change course to navigate the proper distance from the danger zone.
10. Rule. The emergency signal was faulty.
International emergency signal, except when a vessel, aircraft or person is in distress, and any other signal, which can be understood as an international emergency signal, the use is prohibited.
11. Rule. Emergency message – obligations and actions (1) any obligation of the master of the fishing vessel at sea when you receive a signal from any source that a vessel, an aircraft or rescue feature is crashed (in danger), the sea is at full speed to provide assistance to people in danger, notifying them about it, and also the nearest search and rescue service, if it is possible. If the fishing vessel, who received an emergency signal is not able, or special circumstances of the case, decide that it is unreasonable or unnecessary to go help, Captain of the fishing vessel log record of the reasons why the fishing vessel is not going to provide assistance to people in danger and, in the light of the Organization's rekomendācijas17, inform the appropriate search and rescue services. (2) the master of the vessel in distress or involved in the search and rescue services, after consultation, as far as possible, with the masters of ships who have responded to the report on the need for assistance, have the right to request one or more of these fishing vessels in distress in a fishing vessel or search and rescue service chosen as top providers of assistance, to provide assistance, but the chosen or the master of the fishing vessel captains are obliged to proceed at full speed to provide assistance to people in danger. (3) the masters of vessels are exempt from the obligation imposed by that provision (1) point when they learn that their vessels are not required, and that one or more other ships who had requested assistance, agrees with the request. This decision, if possible, be made known to other fishing vessels that have been requested to provide assistance, and search and rescue services. (4) the master of a fishing vessel is released from the obligation imposed by that provision and paragraph (1), if the fishing vessel was requested to provide assistance, from the obligation imposed by that provision (2) point, if they inform the people in danger, the search and rescue service or another fishing vessel which reaches these people that assistance is no longer required. The provisions of this Convention, not a certain unification of certain rules of law relating to assistance and salvage at sea (Convention for the Unification of Certain rules of Law relating to assistance and salvage at sea), which was signed in Brussels on 23 September 1910, in particular to provide assistance, as required in article 11 of this Convention.
17 reference to emergency actions to be taken by a fishing vessel after the emergency signal was received that stated "the Merchant Ship Search and Rescue Manual (MERSAR) rule 12. The master of the fishing vessel the right to safe navigation in the No fishing vessel owner or operator nor any other person can not prevent or restrict the fishing vessel captain accept or execute any decision that is based on the professional judgement of the master, is necessary to the safety of shipping, particularly heavy time and sea swell conditions.
13. the rule. Rescue signals for use in ships, aircraft and personal danger to the officer in charge of the wheelhouse provided with easily accessible, illustrated table that describes the rescue signals. Signals used by ships or persons in distress when communicating with rescue stations, maritime rescue units and air vessels involved in the search and rescue operation.
14. the rule. Pilot transfer arrangements. (1) the fishing vessels are engaged in voyages during which could require pilotage, provided with equipment to capture and transfer to pilot. (2) equipment, introduced on January 1, 1994 or later must meet the requirements of this regulation, taking into account the Organization's approved standartus18. (3) equipment, introduced before 1 January 1994, must meet at least before this date in force the 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea 17. rules, taking into account the standards approved organization before this date. (4) the equipment restored after January 1, 1994, as far as practicable and reasonable, must comply with the requirements of this rule.
General provisions (5) all measures used for pilot transfer purposes, effectively fulfil the tasks provided for – to provide safe pilotage ascent and descent from the fishing vessel. The device keeps the clean, properly stored and maintained and regularly checked for their safety for use. They use only the boarding staff and landed from fishing vessels. (6) pilot transfer equipment installation and pilot's ascent to the fishing vessels may take place only under the supervision of the responsible officer, which is a means of communication with the navigating bridge and who also provides leisure pilots, using safe routes to and from the navigation bridge. Personnel who are involved in any mechanical equipment installation and management, according to the approved safety briefing procedures. Equipment checks before use.
Transfer measures.
(7) measures for safe boarding and the pilots landed from any vessel onboard. (8) on fishing vessels, where the height between the water and the boarding of a fishing vessel or exit location exceeds 9 meters, if the taking or transfer, used marine pilot ladder, the pilot's mechanical lift, or other equally safe and convenient means in conjunction with a pilot ladder, the following equipment is provided in both the fishing vessel weatherpart thereof, except where the equipment is portable and can be used from any side. (9) the Safe and easy Ascension and an exit from the fishing vessel's location provides the following: (a) a pilot ladder by climbing height of not less than 1.5 metres and not more than 9 metres above the water level, which is positioned and secured in such a way that: (i) it is sufficiently far away from any of the exhaust port of the fishing vessel; (ii) located in a cylindrical vessel, as far as possible closer to the center of the vessel equal to half the length of the fishing vessel; (iii) each rung clings to the side of the fishing vessel; If constructive features, such as atspaidlīst, prevent the implementation of this requirement, provides special measures, IF approved, so people can safely climb and descend from the fishing vessel. (iv) it is one span pilot ladder that reached water from the ascent and descent of the location to a fishing vessel in any draught and trim, as well as up to 15 ° of heel to the opposite side; (v) the attachment of the strap and fastening ropes are at least with the same strength as the side ropes of the ladder.
(b) sea ladder with the pilot ladder, or other equally safe and convenient means, if the distance between the water and the Ascension to the position of the fishing vessel exceeding 9 metres. Marine gangway placed toward the stern. Marine gangways must clings to the side of the fishing vessel, cylindrical part of it and, as far as practicable, in the middle of the fishing vessel, equal to half the length of the vessel, sufficiently far from the fishing vessel any exhaust vents; (c) mechanical pilot hoist, who hosted the cylindrical part of the fishing vessel and, as far as practicable, in the middle of the fishing vessel, equal to half the length of the vessel, sufficiently far from the fishing vessel any exhaust vents.
Getting on board the fishing vessel (10) provides funds to ensure anyone safe, comfortable and free boarding and leaving of the vessel, the pilot ladder between the upper portion or any marine gangway or other feature and a fishing vessel. Such a transition is ensured by: (a) go to a railing or bulwark, it provides it with handles; (b) over the bulwark ladder, two handles Struts mounted to the hull of the vessel to the bottom and the top. The bulwark ladder shall be securely lashed to the fishing vessel to prevent it from overturning.
The door on the side of the fishing vessel (11) door on the side of the fishing vessels which used pilotage pārsēdināšan may not be worth it to get out.
Mechanical pilot hoist.
(12) it is allowed to use only that type of mechanical pilot hoists and accessories, recognised by the IF. Provide the pilot hoist design, to act as a moving ladder one person lifting or lowering along the side of the fishing vessel or as a platform for one or more persons for lifting or lowering along the side of the vessel. It shall be designed and constructed so that the ascent and descent of the pilots from the fishing vessel is safe, provides for a safe ascent of the pilotage Board to lift and vice versa. The transition should take place directly from the platform, which is equipped with secure handles. (13) provide for the effective hand-operated, that is for certain, one or more persons for lowering or lifting and it constantly keeps getting ready to power failures. (14) lift safely secured to the vessel structures. The bracket should not be only used for the railing of the fishing vessel. Provides adequate and safe anchorages for each portable type lift on board the fishing vessel. (15) where the hoist is equipped with Rails, it shall be constructed so as to ensure the presence on board the fishing vessel. (16) the pilot ladder shall be installed near the pilot hoist and there ready for use so as to be able to move from the ramp on the ladder in any way. Pilot ladder provides a sufficient length to reach the water from boarding a fishing vessel. (17) the location to a fishing vessel, which lowers the lift shall be labelled accordingly. (18) ensuring sufficient protection of the place of storage to the portable hoist. Very cold weather, to avoid ice formation, the portable hoist shall be installed only directly before applying it.
Associated equipment (19) provides the following associated equipment availability and readiness for immediate use for the services of persons: (a) two secure ends, with a diameter of not less than 28 mm, in case the pilot requires; (b) lifebuoys with pašiedegošo fire; (c) sviedlīn; (d) if necessary, the handle and the bulwark ladder, as defined in paragraph (10).
Lighting (20) provide sufficient transfer equipment and mechanical pilot hoist controls lighting as well as lighting connections instead of overboard, the ascent and descent of the site from fishing vessels and on board.
18) see. Resolution 889 (21) "pilot transfer arrangements" and circular MSC/Circ. 773 "pilot transfer arrangements" rule 15. Automatic rate and steering wheel (1) When using automatic rate and steering control system must have the ability to immediately switch to manual steering control areas with high traffic intensity, limited visibility, as well as all the other shipping dangerous situations. (2) paragraph (1) in the circumstances described, the navigational watch ensures qualified steersman being nearby, so you can immediately switch to manual steering just warranted by the circumstances. (3) the change from auto to manual steering and vice versa, take the officer of the watch or guard sailor, officer in charge of supervision. (4) the manual Steering check after automatic rate and steering wheel, and before entering the areas that need special attention in the field of maritime safety.
16. the rule. Steering (1) areas where special attention must be paid to maritime safety, to the fishing vessels for more than one steering drive mechanism, the transaction must have all the mechanisms provided, if they can operate simultaneously. (2) 12 hours before the departure of the vessel, the crew of the fishing vessel inspection and test the steering. Check the following steering mechanisms: (a) the main steering equipment; (b) spare steering equipment; (c) the remote steering system; (d) the steering position the wheelhouse; (e) the emergency source of electrical power; (f) the rudder angle indicators in relation to true the wheel turning angle; (g) the remote steering system power supply failure alarm; (h) energy supply steering equipment failure alarm; (i) automatic determination of the situation of isolation and other automatic equipment. (3) the checks and tests shall include: (a) steering the shovel full motion testing for the required steering options; (b) the Steering and transmission connect Visual inspection; (c) communications equipment between the wheelhouse and the steering compartment check. (4) For fishing vessels of 24 m in length and above, in the wheelhouse and steering compartment permanently deploy simple instructions with flow charts on the steering equipment of the control system and steering switch power pack. (5) All officers of fishing vessels, related to steering operation and/or maintenance, be familiar with the fishing vessel installed steering controls and the procedures for switching from one system to another. (6) in addition to the regular checks and tests prescribed in paragraph (3), training for the emergency operation of the steering equipment shall be held not less than once every three months, to practice using emergency steering equipment. These training sessions include the direct control of the steering compartment, contact arrangements with the wheelhouse and, if applicable, the use of alternative energy. (7) in contrast to (6) above, to fishing vessels regularly engaged in short voyages, (3) and (6) subsections verifications and tests must be made not less frequently than once a week. (8) the dates of the inspections and tests in accordance with the requirements of paragraph (3) and emergency steering equipment operation training, in accordance with paragraph (6) and (7) requirements, and their results are recorded in the fishing logbook. (9) All steering tests and detected during the damage and defects and faults discovered in steering control during training, eliminate as quickly as possible.
17. the rule. Navigation notes provide records of navigation, incidents and other occasions on board fishing vessels, which are important for maritime safety. Records should be sufficiently detailed to make it possible to reconstruct the entire flight time. The following information is maintained in the fishing log, the form approved by the Ministry of transportation.
Chapter XI.
Living-telpas19) 19) the provisions of this chapter is based on 21 June 1966 ILO Convention No. 126 "crews of fishing vessels to the living conditions of the of the Convention" in This chapter apply to all fishing vessels that are built after January 1, 2003. 4. the provisions of paragraph (4) (a) for air conditioning systems applies to all fishing vessels.
1. the rule. General provisions (1) definitions. The understanding of this chapter: (a) "living space" means dormitories, the dining room, infirmary, galley, sanitary rooms and corridors living spaces. (b) "officer" means the captain's assistants, mechanics, radiooperator and other responsible members of the crew, except the captain. (c) "fishing vessel crew" means all persons who have accepted to work on fishing vessels, except the captain. (d) "steel" means a steel, cast iron and other similar materials. (2) equivalent. (a) derogations from the conditions laid down in this chapter are possible only with permission, if fisheries organizations able to demonstrate that the requested relief is offset by other equivalent measures that ensure that the overall situation is worse, as it would be if all the conditions have been met. (3) relief. (a) fishing vessels with a length of less than 24 m if may derogate from the provisions of this chapter, taking into account the conditions on each specific vessel. (b) fishing vessels, which normally is at sea for less than 36 hours and that the crew does not live on the fishing vessel is located in port IF you can allow derogations from the 5, 6 and 7 of the rules. The following fishing vessels, however, provide sanitary installations and provides the ability to store supplies and products, as well as the opportunity to prepare and eat meals and recreation area provides the opportunity to lie down. (c) fishing vessels with a length of m and more, IF you can provide for derogations from the provisions of 2-5 and 7-8. If circumstances pushing to do so, taking into account the special conditions applicable to each individual fishing vessel. (4) the recognition and inspection (inspection) (a) all new drawings of ships, information on service facilities and equipment, estimated gross tonnage, number of crew members and the distribution of the posts to be submitted IF the recognition. Submit such drawings to be seen in the living room, the size and arrangement of furnishings, facilities, heating, ventilation equipment, exits, etc.; (b) according to the drawings and information must be submitted prior to make residential conversion and changes in the existing fishing vessels; (c) residential premises before the commissioning of the fishing vessel; (d) depending on the circumstances, either full or partial review carried out on board fishing vessels after a significant change in accommodation and service spaces; (e) IF or by a recognised organisation authorised by the IF is entitled at any time to carry out inspection in residential premises of service without prior notice. (5) the Material away. (a) residential premises may not deploy a poisonous, flammable or stinking substance. (b) the residential premises must not be placed or supply of property that is not property of the crew of the fishing vessel. But to fishing vessels with a length of less than 24 m in length, is allowed to have with living spaces linked Bin store equipment of fishing vessels, except Rules 1 (4) (a) above, if this does not cause danger or discomfort to the crew of the fishing vessel. (6) colour. The living room, corridor and galley walls and ceilings painted bright shades. May not be used without colours, which is noberžam from painted surfaces, tapping them. 2. the rule. Arrangement and design (1) placement. (a) the living space located either under the deck, or constructive, sufficient strength in the body. Provides adequate protection against sea and weather conditions, the insulation against heat, cold and noise. (b) the living space may not deploy the forefront before the collision. This applies to both above and below the space job board. (c) fishing vessels with a length of 24 m and larger living space may not be deployed below the deck, which goes under the working deck. The dormitory, where possible, placed in the middle of the fishing vessel or stern. (d) not allowed direct entrance installation sharing toilets, showers, machinery spaces, cargo spaces, color, dryers and other similar premises from the dormitory, or dining room. (e) If on the same corridor is the entrance to the dormitory and the engine room, the engine room door is made of steel and be equipped with a mechanism that they constantly kept in the closed position. (f) fishing vessels with a length of 24 m and a larger, separate from the sleeping quarters of the easy-access equipment, ventilated locker room of the fishermen's protective clothing storage and drying. (g) if possible, provide the means to protect non-smokers from exposure to tobacco smoke. (2) Corridor. (a) channel, used for getting accommodation, not less, the width of 90 cm, measured between the walls. (b) on the corridor walls allowed fire alarm boxes, ventilation channels by cable and other similar equipment if there is a belief that it does not interfere with the movement of people. In any case, the point of free passage width shall not be less than 60 cm. (c) Allow to reduce to 60 cm wide corridor that is normally only used for 1-2 people. (d) fishing vessels with a length of 60 m and more, the corridor which ends in a stalemate, can not be longer than 7 meters, but on board fishing vessels with a length of less than 60 m, this corridor may not exceed 2.5 metres and never more than 5, 0m2. (e) doors to fishing vessels constructed in 2003 on January 1 or later must meet the following conditions: (i) all doors from the open deck to the sick bay must be free at least 750 mm width; (ii) the door providing access to staircases or evacuation routes must have a width of at least 700mm of free; (iii) the door providing access to public spaces, accommodation and so on. have a free width of 650mm; (iv) the door to the toilets, showers URu.tml. must be at least the width of the free 600mm; (f) the doorframe height from the deck to the top of the Division in the lower edge of the frame must be 1.88 m. (g) fishing vessels with a length of less than 24 m, IF you can allow derogations from the door width specified, taking into account the size of the fishing vessel and operating conditions. (h) All corridors and stairs in living quarters, and leading up to them, shall be fitted with appropriate handles, if possible, on both sides. (3) output. (a) from the living quarters at least two exits, placed on one of the other standalone, as far as possible. (b) one of the exits may be an emergency exit through the back door or window/door/window. Ensure that emergency exit shall comply with the following requirements: (i) free port hole/door should be at least 600 x 600 mm; (ii) the hatch/door should be opened from the inside without a key or instruments; (iii) If, as emergency exits use Windows/window, free opening porthole covers at least 450 mm in diameter, also window openings on the short edge provide at least 450 mm; (iv) if the path to the emergency exits leads through separate rooms, for example, steering equipment rooms, cabins, etc. the door must not be secured unless they are equipped with special izsitam for pildiņ; (v) to facilitate the escape through the emergency exit, set the appropriate ladders, steps and handles; (vi) to all raw items – doors, sidescuttles, izsitam the pildiņ, etc. should be marked "emergency exit". (c) if the radio room has direct exit to the open deck, radio room shall be equipped with two exits. One of them may be a porthole or window that corresponds to the point (3) (b) requirements. (4) construction. (a) residential premises external walls and bulkhead that separates the living space from sharing toilets, washing facilities, machinery spaces, cargo spaces, warehouses, storage facilities for the color, dryers or other similar rooms, made of steel or other suitable material and provides that they have water and gas tight. (b) if the steel deck or bulkhead between your living space from the fuel tanks, decks and bulkheads constructed with at least 40 mm thick coating of not able to burn the material. Residential premises may not be fitted with manholes or other openings leading to the fuel tanks. (c) If through the living quarters of the enkurķēd, they place the drag of adequate size waterproof tubes or boxes that are properly insulated. (d) the crew accommodation spaces the floor design of suitable material and suitable design, resistant to moisture and easy to clean. (e) set up the appropriate size of the gutter. (f) uses all possible means to prevent the insects from entering the living space. (5) isolation. (a) exterior walls, decks and other structures that confined living space insulated with at least 50 mm thick, recognised, not able to burn insulation materials. The partition between the accommodation and machinery spaces or cargo spaces on fishing vessels with a steel hull made of steel. On wooden fishing vessels, these partitions are made of 60 mm thick wood and covered with insulation plates. (b) accommodation in hot water and steam pipes thoroughly covers so as not to burn, they accidentally touching. If the living space or to vedoš the corridors adjacent to the galley, engine room or other room in which the temperature is much higher, bulkhead isolating with recognised, not able to burn insulation materials. (c) you may not use asbestos-containing insulation materials.
3. Rule. Lighting and heating.
(1) lighting. (a) all accommodation provided with sufficient lighting. Providing natural light intensity to a clear day a man with normal vision in any living space to be able to read a newspaper. If it is not possible to ensure adequate natural lighting equipment equivalent intensity artificial lighting. (b) the crew accommodation spaces shall be provided with electric lighting. If a fishing vessel is two independent power source for lighting, emergency lighting can be used with suitable battery lights. (c) an independent electrical power sources can be either normal vessels in the electricity supply system or reserve and the emergency source of power referred to in the provisions of chapter IV, 17. Whereas emergency electrical supply sources must be separated from the normal power supply system is not an important number of auxiliary power unit, which is included in the total energy supply of the vessel system. However, separate circuit is not required for emergency lighting in living quarters (d) dormitory at each bunk, reading lamp with the switch of the machine. (e) the following values describe what artificial lighting intensity is considered a sufficient variety of accommodation: dormitory: (i) the General lighting and 50 Lux; (ii) the lighting on tables for reading and writing – 200 lux; Dining areas and rest rooms: (iii) the General lighting and 50 Lux; (iv) the light on the table – 150 Lux; (v) lighting on tables for reading, writing, games, etc. -200 Deluxe; Sanitary facilities: (vi) General lighting and 50 Lux; (VII) the lighting at the mirror-200 Deluxe; Corridors and stairwells: (VIII) General lighting and 50 Lux; (measured in a horizontal plane, 85 cm above the floor) Insulator: (ix) the light above the berths-200 Deluxe; (General lighting will vary) (2) heating. (a) all vessels shall be provided with accommodation corresponding to the heating system. (b) heating system provided always that if the fishing vessel working conditions when heating is required. Provide sufficient capacity to maintain the temperature of the premises at least 20oC under all operating conditions, the fishing vessel. (c) fishing vessels for heating are not allowed to use an open fire. (d) use electric heaters, which are suitable for continuous work. (e) the Radiator and other sildāmierīc the supply of shields and located so as not to cause danger or inconvenience.
4. Rule. (1) the General provisions (a) residential premises provides both supply and exhaust ventilation in all operating conditions, including the doors, Windows, hatches or other openings are closed. (b) apertures for ventilation and exhaust ventilation supply located space right izvēdināt. Supply openings sited so as not to be able to iepūs the premises of harmful gases. (c) ventilation openings must not be deployed above the bunks, or in their immediate vicinity. (d) facilities, which are flammable, corrosive or stinking substance storage, ventilated separately of the total ventilation system. (2) natural ventilation. (a) To vessels fishing with natural ventilation, the air from the room through the valves ensure the door or bulkheads to the channels, of which ensures the release into the atmosphere. (b) to vessels fishing with natural ventilation, the dormitory and supply and exhaust channel cross-sectional area should be at least 7.5 cm to each person having this space is meant for, but not less than 30 cm. (c) on board fishing vessels with natural ventilation, the dining areas both supply and exhaust channel cross-sectional area should be at least 7.5 cm to each person having this space is for. (d) fishing vessels with natural ventilation, the air channels of the equipment as short as possible, with the minimum possible number of bends. (3) mechanical ventilation. (a) fishing vessels with a length of 45 m and larger ventilation provided for in this regulation must be mechanical. (b) mechanical ventilation blowers must be such as to ensure constant air exchange per hour. For the ventilation of bathrooms, and so on. sites see. (5) point. (c) Provide adjustable ventilation system. (d) supply and exhaust air channels form a big enough to the air speed shall not exceed 6 m/sec. (e) air outlet may be diverted to the channels or directly to the atmosphere. (f) if the toilets and shower rooms are intended to separate the mechanical ventilation system, residential space ventilation system is allowed up to 50% for air recirculation. (g) fishing vessel in service provides continuous, ventilation system performance. (h) provide with the necessary spare parts to maintain ventilation systems-see the agenda. subparagraph (4) (f). (i) the fishing vessels working in the South of 48 ° n, equipped both with natural and mechanical ventilation. (4) air conditioning system. (a) fishing vessels with a length of 45 m and greater working South of 48 ° n, be fitted with an air conditioning system in the dormitory, infirmary, dining areas, rest rooms, service spaces, the radio room and the central control mechanisms of control. (b) air conditioning system may be one central or combined from several separate systems. It provides power to the temperature at 35oC and 70% relative humidity, indoor outside temperature not higher than 29oC and relative humidity not more than 50%. Again you can use up to 50%. (c) the system must also be able to save 50% of 24oC and indoor relative humidity, at 280C and 80% relative humidity outside, in the light of paragraph (3) (b) and (3) (f). (d) ventilation and air conditioning systems shall be equipped with the appropriate filters air intake locations, they specially designed for work in marine conditions, and they must not create noise or vibrations, which cause discomfort. (e) ensure air conditioning systems continuous work when the vessel is operated (a) in the shipping area. The ship provides the necessary spare parts to the air conditioning system to keep in working order. (f) the minimum required amount of spare parts is as follows: (i) a spare engine each ventilation system in the engine type; (ii) bearing Kit for each ventilation and air conditioning system for the engine type used and bearing Kit fan motor, if it is operated with the help of belting. (iii) 100% air filter Kit; (iv) all use the type ķīļsiksn; (v) a box of spare parts with a special tool, detailed parts and rubber rings. (5) ventilation toilets and shower rooms. (a) the individual shall be provided with ventilation from the toilets and shower rooms with the output of the atmosphere. (b) fishing vessels with a length of m and more toilets and showers shall be provided with special exhaust ventilation with a direct output of the atmosphere. Exhaust ventilation provides a power to 10 air changes per hour. Air supply to the toilet and shower with openings under the door of the adjacent sleeping quarters or corridors. (6) Ventilation of galley. (a) if it is not mechanical ventilation, outside of the channel shall be fitted with a lid. (b) If the galley is installed a stove for cooking, they installed a steam extractor with the output of the atmosphere. (7) Ventilation the infirmary. The infirmary ventilation equipment so that air does not get into other accommodations. The door of the infirmary to the channels on which you can get to the rest of the residential premises, may not install the ventilation openings.
5. Rule. Dormitory (1) General provisions (a) dormitory built and fitted out in such a way that they are easy to keep clean and to provide the appropriate level of comfort. (2) number of people. (a) the number of people in one dormitory may not exceed: (i) officers 1 235; (ii) the rating, to fishing vessels with a length of less than 45 m, 4 people; (iii) rating to the fishing vessels of 45 m in length. and the larger, 2 people (b) to the dormitory doors ensure marking, any number of people and who exactly is intended. (3) in the space area. (a) each person that is meant for sleeping, free space area, not including the space below and above the bunks, cupboards and other fixed installed furniture, at least: (i) fishing vessels with a length of 24 metres and less, 0.75 m2; (ii) fishing vessels with a length of 24 m and 1.0 m2. (b) free the ceiling height in the living rooms and corridors provide at least 1.98 m (4) berths. (a) for every crew member provides individual berths. (b) the berths must not be deployed in such a way that any team member to come to climb past the previous berths to go their. (c) must not deploy more than two berths one over the other. (d) If the berths placed one over the other, the lower berth shall be not less than 30 cm above the floor, but the top placed approximately in the middle between the bottom bunk and ceiling. (e) the inside dimensions of the berths shall not be less than 1.98 m. x 0.68 m. On board fishing vessels with a length of less than 24 m., size 1.98 m. x 0.58 m. in specific cases, it is acceptable that the berth width in one end may be a little less. (f) each berth and its equipment are made of an appropriate material. Berths and the edge of the frame is made from solid material – a recognised, smooth, resistant to corrosion, pests and parasites. Each berth fitted with recognised material mattress. Mattress stuffing may not use material that is resistant to parasites. If berths placed one over the other, below the upper berth shall be dust-tight base of wood, canvas, canvas or other suitable material. (5) furniture and equipment. (a) the fastening equipment dormitory wardrobe that accessories for hanging up clothes. Also the equipment closet with drawers, drawer capacity of at least 0.056 m3 to every person who designed the space. (b) in each dormitory set up a table and provides a number of people matching the Chair. (c) furniture made of suitable material. (d) the dormitory window shall be fitted with curtains. (e) the dormitory or room shall be fitted with a mirror, a bookcase and a sufficient quantity of clothes hanger. Each person provides a small shelf of toiletries.
6. Rule. Dining room, galley, product warehouse (1) Mess. (a) a fishing vessel whose crew of 4 people or more, the dining room is separated from the dormitory. (b) the Mess shall be large enough and equipped with an adequate quantity of tables and chairs for the number of people who could be there at the same time. (c) if the mess and galley are separated, they may be close to one another. (d) furniture in the dining room made of suitable material. The table surface and seat are made of a material that is resistant to moisture and easy to keep clean. (2) a galley. (a) the galley is separated from the sleeping quarters. (b) the galley shall be sufficiently large and of good lighting equipment, ventilation and drainage under rule 7 (1) (e). (c) the galley shall be provided with facilities for cooking, with dish cupboards and shelves in sufficient quantities and with a corrosion-resistant material sinks. Shall be provided with drinking water by pipeline from the containers. If not for the hot water supply, install a water heating device. (3) the product inventory. (a) be sufficiently large, dry, cool and well ventilated storage of products. Fishing vessels with a length of 24 m and more, installed refrigerators or other appliances refrigeration storage at low temperatures. (4) the supply of drinking water. (a) the drinking water tanks: (i) stationary tanks of drinking water by a tank, intended for other liquids, with the help of bufertank. Installation bufertank not permitted between the potable water tanks and tanks containing seawater. To be able to test drinking water tanks from both the outside and the inside of the tank shall be provided if the manholes are too small to be able to get in, it provides a sufficient number of tank cleaning hatch. Cleaning manholes and manhole covers secured to at least 50 mm high borders. On the cover down the marking "safe drinking water". (ii) all steel parts of the tank connects only with welding. All of the inner surface of the tank cover with IF recognized. (iii) another fishing vessel may cross the pipeline system of drinking water tanks only if they are placed in a special pit, which the wall thickness is equal to the tank wall thickness. (iv) tanks emptying takes place either by a pump, water drains from the tank to the lowest point, or through the gutter. Drinking water tank drain taps are made of a different size than the other containers, so that they cannot be confused with other system drain taps. (b) piping connections. (i) the potable water tank filling pipe for tank to be filled from the coast, they shall be 400 mm above the deck. This pipe shall be sealed with lids and they provide for marking "safe drinking water". On small fishing vessels, if special circumstances so require, it is acceptable that the filler pipe ends the installation below. Potable water tanks shall be fitted with a recognised type of pipes to be measured, in accordance with the standard ISO 5620; (ii) provide for the construction of the pipe to be measured, which prevents dirt from entering the tank, the safety of the equipment with the key and provides for the marking "safe drinking water". (iii) the drinking water tanks be equipped at least with two air pipes that fitted filter networks. (c) the pipeline system. (i) drinking water system must not be connected with other systems of the fishing vessel. It is made from a recognized materials, subject to the following conditions: 1. the pipes can freeze, which isolates, respectively; 2. use centrifugal, membrane, or other appropriate type of pumps; the pumps may not be used, which requires a pump lubrication of parts that come into contact with drinking water; 3. pipes must not pass through tanks intended for other liquids except water; 4. you can install only the recognized type of disinfection equipment, if any. (d) drinking water generator. You can set up the only recognized type of drinking water if the generator is to be installed. Open sea water to drinking water sampling generator located near them would not be another fishing vessel system exhaust openings. (e) inspection of drinking water. (i) for fishing vessels of 24 m in length and more, presenting the current viewing, the ship carried out bacteriological analysis of drinking water; (ii) water samples, of which at least one galley, having taken a recognised laboratory specialists; (iii) analytical results submitted to the IF; (iv) shipping documents shall be issued only if the results of the analyses indicate that drinking water is fit for use.
7. Rule. Sanitary facilities (1) toilets and shower rooms. A fishing vessel shall be provided with shower with hot and cold water, hand-washing sink and toilet. The rooms mentioned provides good ventilation. (a) fishing vessels with a length of less than 24 m, plant at least one toilet for every 8 people; (b) fishing vessels with a length of m and higher, following the rules of sanitary equipment, not including the crew members, who are deployed in separate cabins with shower and toilet installation there are: (i) 1 bath and/or shower for every 8 people; (ii) 1 toilet for every 6 people; (iii) 1 sink for every 4 people. (c) fishing vessels with a length of 45 m and above, shall be provided in addition to a separate toilet in the immediate vicinity of the wheelhouse. On board fishing vessels with a length of 85 m and more, be a separate additional toilet in the immediate vicinity of the engine. (d) toilets and shower rooms shall be provided in accordance with the following requirements: (i) be provided only in the toilet cistern; (ii) each separate lavatories shall be provided in the sink for washing hands; (iii) shall be provided with hot and cold water supply to each separate shower or hand washing sink; (iv) the facility big enough sinks, shower rooms or booths and they are made of an appropriate material; (v) floor made of suitable material and shall be fitted with appropriate gutters; (vi) the partitions made of suitable material and shall ensure at least 300 mm high watertight integrity above the floor; (VII) the toilet placed so as to be easily accessible from the sleeping quarters and showers, but should be separated from them; entrance to the bathroom may not be directly from the dormitory for more than one person, or from other premises, except in the corridors; (VIII) the door to the toilets and shower rooms shall be sealable. (e) be large enough the floor drain and the design for the dams and they are easy to keep clean. Drains may not be output through drinking water tanks. If the drains shall be provided through the galley, mess, or dormitories, they isolated and properly settle. (2) facilities for washing clothes. (a) For fishing vessels of 24 m in length and more, provides adequate facilities for washing and drying clothes. Their capacity is determined taking into account the number of the crew of the fishing vessel and voyage duration. (b) If it is not possible or practicable to have a separate room for washing clothes, washing machine can accommodate the shower rooms. (c) set up the equipment for drying clothes and placed them well heated and ventilated room, separate from sleeping quarters and mess. (d) if it is not possible to have a separate space for drying clothes, can be used in rule 2 (1) (f).
8. Rule. The infirmary, insulators, etc. (1) the General provisions (a) fishing vessels of 45 m in length and more organized. individual insulators with two beds, but, if the fishing vessel's crew has 18 people or less, enough with one bed. (b) where a fishing vessel for every crew member is subject to a separate cabin with separate toilet, isolator may be installed in place of a separate procedure room, regardless of the number of crew members. This space suit is equipped, including with bath and sink for washing hands, of its equipment direct entrance to the bathroom. (c) the isolator/procedure room located in a suitable place where noise and vibration impact is minimal, where the sick person would feel comfortable as possible in all weather conditions. (d) equipment for at least 750 mm wide doors from the deck to the isolation ward in order to bring people on stretchers. (2) the isolator. (a) the bed or beds located so that to have free access from both sides and the ends. (b) the equipment at each bedside call buttons. (c) right next to the insulator washing down the room with toilet and sink for washing hands. From the isolator direct entrance to wash equipment room. In addition to the wash room or be at least 1500 in the insulator mm. long bath with necessary equipment. (d) the isolator/procedure room provides an area at least 6.5 m2. (e) the isolator/procedure room shall be marked accordingly and may only be used for the intended purpose. (3) For fishing vessels of 24 m in length. and more, provide the appropriate type of stretcher.
Chapter XII. The sewage pollution prevention Regulations 1. Definitions for the purposes of this chapter: (1) "waste water" means: (a) for waste water and other waste from any type of toilets, urīnpod and water closet for tubs; (b) waste water from the healing nature of the premises (isolator, ambulance, Bay, etc.), from wash basins, bath tubs and water closet of deployed in these spaces; (c) other waste waters when mixed with the above. (2) "storage tank" means a tank for the collection and storage of sewage. (3) "Member State" means a State which has ratified the MARPOL Convention. (4) "from the nearest land" means from the baseline from which, under international law, establishes the national territorial waters.
2. the rule. Application of This chapter shall apply to all fishing vessels with a length of 15 m or more.
3. Rule. Waste water discharges (1) the discharge of waste water into the sea is prohibited, except if: (a) the fishing vessel discharging and disinfected sewage fractionated using approved equipment, three nautical miles and more from the nearest land, or unfractionated and disinfected sewage 12 nautical miles and more away from the nearest land, in both cases provided that the waste water, which accumulated storage tank without discharging immediately, but a moderate flow, the fishing vessel was in progress with a speed of at least 4 knots. (b) the equipment of the fishing vessel's sewage treatment plant, approved by the IF; (c) the fishing vessel's documents marked treatment plant test results; (d) the waste water discharged by a refined ambient water does not cause visible floating solids and does not change the color of the surrounding water. (2) when the sewage is mixed with wastes or waste water having different discharge requirements, the more stringent of the two should be used. (3) this rule shall apply also to all those foreign fishing vessels with the Helsinki Convention, the flag of a Contracting Party, which at the time of discharge of the effluent is in Latvian waters. (4) exceptions. (a) paragraphs (1) and (2) above shall not apply if: (i) the discharge of waste water from a fishing vessel carrying out fishing ship and persons on board or the safety of life at sea; (ii) the discharge of waste waters fishing occurs resulting from damage to a ship or its equipment when, before and after the damage, all reasonable precautions have been taken for the elimination or reduction of the leakage.
4. Rule. Pipelines and their Add flanges for port making waste water discharges (1) ships shall be provided with piping and pump which ensures the removal of waste water making equipment ports. To be able to join the decision-making apparatus with the exhaust pipes of the vessel, the two lines must be made compatible with a standard discharge connection in accordance with the following table. A pipeline connecting the standard flange sizes.
The size of the external diameter.
210mm. Internal diameter.
According to the external pipe diameter ring, through which pass the fastening bolts, diameter 170mm.
The pipeline flange cutout.
drilling 18 mm in diameter, 4 each, spaced equal distances along the circle, through which pass the fastening bolts, cut out the Center to the outer edge of the flange; cutout width is 18 mm pipeline flange thickness.
16 mm. Screws and nuts.
4 pieces, 16 mm in diameter each, according to length.
The pipeline flange made of steel or other equivalent material with a smooth surface and shall be so constructed that it can be connected to the pipes with a maximum internal diameter of up to 100 mm. Flange connections with appropriate seals are designed for working pressure 600 kPa. Fishing vessels with a hull side the theoretical height is 5 m and less, the inner diameter of the discharge connection may be 38 mm. 5. rules. Pollution prevention equipment (1) All vessels shall be equipped with one of the following waste water systems: (a) the waste water treatment facility, which is recognised by the IF and the operating requirements based on the Organization and the Helsinki Commission adopted standards and testing methods; (b) waste water and disinfection fractionation system, which has been recognized, and it meets the operational requirements, the Helsinki-based standards and test methods recommended by the Commission. Such a system shall be equipped with waste water holding tanks, which provide temporary storage when a fishing vessel is located less than four miles from the nearest land; (c) waste water accumulation tank, comply with the requirements, IF all sewage, having regard to the activity of fishing vessels in the area, the number of crew members and other important factors. Sewage storage tank meets the operational requirements based on the Helsinki Commission adopted standards and testing methods and is recognized by the IF. The tank shall be fitted with a device which provides visual control of content holding tanks; (d) adoption of pipeline equipment of sewage discharge ports, and this pipeline is equipped with flange connection according to the rules specified in 4.
6. Rule. (1) viewing On all fishing vessels engaged on international voyages, and which are: (a) vessels with tonnage and greater; 400B (b) ships with a tonnage of less than 400B and which are certified to carry more than 15 persons; (c) ships with a tonnage of which certain certified to carry more than 15 persons, perform the following inspection: (i) the initial inspection of the fishing vessel before commissioning or before the first time the fishing vessel issued 8. rule compliant certificate. The original cover in full view of the design of the fishing vessel, plant, equipment and systems for detailed examination. This inspection ensures that the design of the vessel, equipment, equipment, systems, materials, compliance with the requirements of the provisions of this chapter; (ii) periodic reviews carried out in certain intervals not exceeding five years. This review is carried out to the extent, in order to ensure the construction of the vessel, equipment, facilities, and systems, materials, compliance with the requirements of the provisions of this chapter; (ii) annual examination, carried out every year, not earlier than 3 months before and not later than 3 months after the date of issue of the licence. This review is carried out to the extent, in order to ensure the construction of the vessel, equipment, facilities, and systems in compliance with the requirements of the provisions of this chapter; (iv) the inspection of the fishing vessel has not allowed any changes in design, equipment, facilities, and systems, without coordination with the IF. (2) the other fishing vessels inspection carried out in accordance with the instructions.
7. Rule. Issuing certificates and approval.
(1) after the examination, under rule 6 (1) (i), (ii) the points, fishing vessels: (a) the tonnage and greater 400B; (b) with a capacity of less than 400B and certified to carry more than 15 persons; (c) ships with a tonnage of which certain certified to carry more than 15 persons, issued by the international certificate for the prevention of pollution by sewage. (2) the provisions of paragraph (1) the certificate shall be issued IF or IF an authorised person or a recognised organisation. (3) After examination in accordance with rule 6 (1) (iii) the conditions of the licence. (4) the other fishing vessels issuing certificates and approval shall be in accordance with the instructions. (5) in any case, IF YOU are completely responsible for the issuing of certificates and approval.
8. Rule. Certificate form.
Certificate "international certificate for the prevention of pollution by sewage" form corresponds to the MARPOL Convention, annex IV, Appendix, laid down at the made records in Latvian and English.
9. Rule. Access to licence.
The certificates laid down in the rules, constantly 7. the fishing vessel and should be available.
10. Rule. The period of validity of the licence.
(1) international certificate for the prevention of pollution by sewage shall be issued for a period to be determined in the CASE, but may not exceed five years. (2) If, after the date of expiry of the licence, fishing vessel is in port, IF Latvia may extend the period of validity of the certificate, but such an extension can only be done to the fishing vessel could return to the Latvian port, where you can take a look at it and only where it is considered correct and reasonable. (3) in this way, the period of validity of the licence shall not extend longer than for five months and a fishing vessel that has received such extensions and is returned to the Latvian port, or the port where it will perform the inspection must not leave the port until the new certificate. (4) a licence that is issued in accordance with the requirements of regulation 7 shall lapse in the following cases: (a) if the fishing vessel was not carried out one of the rules laid down in 6 inspections; (b) if the licence is not renewed in accordance with the requirements of this rule; (c) If you have made significant changes in the structure of the vessel, equipment, facilities, and systems without the IF or IF recognized the organization. (5) in cases where the ship is registered under the flag of another State, the new certificate shall be issued only after the competent authority of the country concerned is completely convinced that the fishing vessel has carried out inspections, according to rules 6 (1) (i), (ii) specified in points. If the flag change occurs between two Member States and the new flag State within three months of its previous request to the flag State of the fishing vessel, copies of the certificates, which were in effect before the change of flag, then they should be sent as soon as possible. Instructions for wastewater storage and treatment system for the type-examination and recognition in These instructions are based on MARPOL Annex IV, recommendations of the Organization of the "recommendation concerning the international standards, the exhaust" resolution MEPC. 2 (VI)) and a recommendation "instructions sewage treatment system for the type-examination and confirmation of the application of the" Baltic Sea countries (recommendations). Guidance establishes a common procedure for the sewage treatment system for the inspection and approval of the Baltic Sea countries.
1. Use 2 content. the application for the assessment of standard test type-3 assessment 4. Design requirements 5. installations for the plan design requirements 6 Assembly 7. Viewing application This application 1 three different types of equipment shown in this table, "Yes" means that the point is applied, and "no" means that the point is not applicable: the point sewage treatment plant, and aseptic equipment fractionation accumulation tank 2 Yes Yes (except 2 (2) (j)) No 3 Yes (except 3 (7)) Yes (except 3 (1)) No 4 Yes
Yes No 5 Yes (excluding 5. (7)) Yes Yes Yes 6 (excluding 6 (3), 6 (4), 6 (5), 6 (6), 6 (7), (8) 6, 6. (9), (10) 6) Yes (except 6 (3), 6 (4), 6 (5), 6 (6), 6 (7), (8) 6, 6. (9), (10) 6) Yes 7 Yes Yes Yes (except 7. (3) (d), 7 (3) (e), 7 (3) (f)) 2 standard assessment application to the person concerned or the institution of the sewage treatment system for the type-examination and approval if an application sends and three copies of the annexes. (1) the application shall contain: (a) equipment condition and function description, including shematisko drawings; (b) the equipment forming part of the description of the materials, with which materials come into contact with effluent and or chemical substances; (c) installation instructions; (d) the operating instructions; (e) maintenance instructions; (f) the proper functioning of the most important components of the equipment list; (g) fixed the experience of working with equipment on board fishing vessels; (h) proposals for the inspection programme in accordance with these instructions; (i) the selected inspection instructions; (j) analysis of selected laboratory name. (2) subparagraphs (c), (d) and (e) the instructions is usually defined in instructions shipped with the equipment and which contains the following information: (a) sewage type (black, gray); (b) the type of water used (freshwater or sea water); (c) capacity: normal, maximum and minimum (number of employees, amount of flow per unit time); (d) the maximum duration of the work, with a maximum load; (e) the planned load of organic matter; (f) the chemical substances and their concentrations; (g) staff alerts for protection against potentially dangerous chemical substances; (h) the flow and electrical diagrams; (i) simple measures to control leakage; (j) for excess sediment storage and/or treatment. 3. Check the type assessment (1) the test shall be carried out in accordance with resolution MEPC. 2 (VI). (2) verification program IF approved. (3) the installation shall be carried out in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, subject to the requirements. (4) the examination and analyses shall be carried out IF the institution accepted and in the laboratory. (5) all equipment parts that contain or may contain sewage flow, check for pressure, in accordance with the relevant national provisions. (6) in cases where there is reasonable suspicion of a fishing vessel suitability of existing equipment, despite the fact that they have successfully passed the type-examination, IF, in accordance with the rules, before a final assessment standard, ensure proper functioning of equipment, after a lifetime of doing additional testing. (7) the wastewater and disinfection systems of fractionation or equivalent, for discharge systems, conform to the following standards: (a) the faecal coli-form standard: fecal coli form bacteria quantity effluent does not exceed 1,000/100cm3 – maximum allowable margins; (b) fractionation standard: one litre of waste water filtering through the USE of a sieve No 12 (1.37 mm) to sieve loose weight after drying in an oven at 103 ° C to constant weight, does not exceed 10% of the total quantity of suspended solids, and not more than 50 mg.; (8) examination of fractionation and disinfection of sewage systems, in accordance with resolution MEPC. 2 (VI) of the annex, the following procedures shall apply: (a) if the inspection may be carried out on board fishing vessels; (b) the length of the test shall be at least 2 days; (c) take 10 waste water samples.
4. Design requirements (1) the Equipment shall be so constructed as to be resistant to mechanical and environmental exposure, which they are exposed during the operation of a fishing vessel. (2) the equipment must operate correctly in any hydraulic plane angle range to 15 ° from the normal functioning of the State. (3) the equipment must be able to operate in automatic mode and they must be equipped with an alarm, erroneous transactions. (4) the equipment provided with the appropriate size holes for the emptying, cleaning, inspection and maintenance. (5) the equipment supplied with the air tubes on the open deck of the compartments that can contain foul or explosive gases. (6) the Equipment shall be so constructed as to make it possible to easily remove samples from the inlet and the exhaust water. (7) provide the electrical equipment conformity with the requirements of national institutions. (8) equipment fitted with durable tile that contains information about the manufacturer, model, serial number, capacity, manufacturing date and confirmed IF name.
5. the equipment plan.
Any equipment plan was transmitted, for information. Equipment plan contains the following information: (1) waste water system types (separated/not separated black, washing, or from the normal water storage tanks); (2) the waters of the West type (sweet or salty); (3) the contaminated water (normal, maximum, minimum and maximum duration at maximum loads); (4) the number of persons employed at the facility; (5) the equipment drawings, with all the necessary components for the control; (6) the equipment manufacturer and the type; (7) the accumulation tank.
6. Design requirements Assembly (1) the Assembly shall be carried out so that the equipment would be provided against the influences to which it will be exposed to during operation of the fishing vessel. (In accordance with the approved national standards). (2) ventilation pipe shall be fitted with a flame-proof wire network. (3) apply to the room and approach operations with the device for which component you need crew and check valve. (4) storage tank made of resistant against effects where it will be exposed to during operation of the fishing vessel. (5) provide for the holding tanks and the ability to function at 15 ° of heel and trim 7 °. (6) the accumulation tank is fitted with an alarm device that signals when the tank is filling ¾ of full tank volume. (7) the accumulation tank shall be made of corrosion-resistant materials, which neutralizes the effects of waste water. (8) storage tank provided with openings of sufficient size for the emptying, cleaning, inspection and maintenance. (9) the storage tank is equipped with a ventilation pipe with atmospheric air. (10) the accumulation tank constructed, according to the maximum anticipated pressure. (11) ensure the pipeline lines, waste water discharges acceptance facilities, compliance with a standard discharge connection in accordance with annex IV to MARPOL, as well as the Helsinki Convention.
7. (1) every inspection equipment, before commissioning, check with a pressure test is carried out IF or its authorized representative. All parts of the plant, which contains sewage or is intended to flow, check with a pressure test. (2) Assembled the equipment before putting into view IF or its authorized representative, and later in the course of regular inspections of fishing vessels carried out at least every 5 years. (3) the examination shall include the following tests: (a) make sure that the Assembly in accordance with Assembly execution plans and the manufacturer's instructions; (b) corrosion protection (cathode) and viewing devices; (c) make sure that the alarm signal precise actions; (d) make sure that the manufacturer (required by paragraph 2 (1) (f)) for the proper functioning of the most important components; (e) make sure that sewage to the proper concentration of disinfectants; (f) the concentration of other chemical substances in the effluent.
Chapter XIII. Oil pollution prevention Regulations 1. Definitions (1) "Member State" means a State which has ratified the MARPOL Convention. (2) "oil" means any of its products, including crude oil, fuel oil, sludge, oil residues and products before. (3) "oily mixture" means a mixture with any oil content. (4) "fuel" means any type of oil used in the propulsion of the vessel, as well as for the operation, an auxiliary power unit. (5) "oil sludge ' means waste resulting from cleans the liquid fuel or lubricating oil, lubricating oils used for engines from the main and auxiliary machinery, oil residues arising from cleans the .1 bilge water filtering equipment, the oil residue accumulated in the armrest. (9) "from the nearest land" means from the baseline from which, under international law, establishes the national territorial waters. (10) "special district" means the sea area where the light of the okeanogrāfisko and ecological conditions, as well as shipping, apply special mandatory measures for oil pollution prevention. Special areas are marine areas, which named 11. rules of this chapter. (11) "Tank" means a tank concluded that is made up of independent of the design of the fishing vessel elements and is designed to carry liquids;
2. the rule. Application of the provisions of this chapter shall apply to new and existing fishing vessels with a length of 15 metres and higher.
3. Rule. Equivalents (1) may authorize the use of any fishing vessel equipment, materials, devices and equipment, as an alternative to these provisions, if such installations, materials, equipment and hardware, not less effectively, as laid down in this regulation. IF not for such powers to the spreading methods, the aim of which is to carry out oil spill control as equivalent alternative that project and constructive requirements. (2) If allowed to use equipment, materials, devices and equipment, as an alternative to the requirements of this regulation, it shall inform the Organization in order to be informed of the Organization's Member States for information and the necessary measures for the Organization, if it is deemed necessary.
4. Rule. View (1) fishing vessels with a tonnage of 400B and greater, perform the following inspections: (a) the initial inspection of the fishing vessel before commissioning or before the first time the fishing vessel are provided in this section 5, rule requirements under licence. The inspection includes a complete fishing vessel construction, system, equipment, inspection equipment and material, to the extent determined by the provisions of this chapter. It is performed with the scope to ensure that the fishing vessel design, systems, facilities, equipment and materials fully comply with the requirements of the provisions of this chapter. (b) periodic reviews are carried out if certain deadlines, but not more than 5 years to ensure that the fishing vessel design, system installation, equipment and materials fully comply with the requirements of the provisions of this chapter. (c) the annual review shall be carried out each year during a time interval not earlier than 3 months before and not later than 3 months after the date of issue of the licence. Shall be made to the extent necessary to ensure that the fishing vessel design, systems, facilities, equipment and materials fully comply with the requirements of the provisions of this chapter. (d) extraordinary review carried out by large scale repair works. Shall be made to the extent necessary to ensure that the fishing vessel design, systems, facilities, equipment and materials fully comply with the requirements of the provisions of this chapter. (2) the execution of the inspection for these purposes if a designated inspectors. IF you can make the inspection powers specially designated inspectors or its recognized organizations. (a) IF the appropriate measures as to fishing vessels, which do not apply the rule laid down in paragraph (1) to meet the requirements of this regulation. (b) IF the authorised inspectors or recognised Organizations must: (i) request for ship repairs; (ii) examination of the ship, if it is requested that port State control authorities. (c) If the designated officer or the recognised organisation performing inspections, finds that the construction of the vessel or its equipment, the situation is significantly different from that set out in the licence or vessel is not a valid exit into the sea without causing any serious threat to the marine environment, the surveyor or the recognised organisation shall immediately take (d) measures to prevent deficiencies, and report on it. If the measures taken by the State does not improve, the Licence shall be cancelled and immediately notify IF. (e) If the fishing vessel is in port of another Member State, it shall inform the authorities of the port State concerned. If a delegate or a specific Inspector, or a recognized organization, has informed the competent representatives of the port State, the Government of the port State shall provide any necessary assistance to the officials, the inspector or the organisation that they may meet their obligations under these rules. In cases where this is necessary, the port State shall ensure that the vessel is not released into the sea, or go to the nearest appropriate repair yard without creating a serious threat to the marine environment. (f) in any case where a fully guaranteed Certificate of compliance issued to the actual position of the fishing vessel and ensure the necessary measures to ensure such a situation. Also, IF the guarantees the completeness and efficiency of the inspection and the necessary measures to ensure that this condition is fulfilled. (g) the ship and its equipment in accordance with these terms of nutrition in the State to ensure the fishing vessel in its readiness to proceed to sea without danger of serious pollution in the marine environment. (h) any fishing vessel inspection certificate issuance, with or without them, without coordination with the IF, it is not permissible for any changes in the structure of the vessel, equipment, systems, equipment, and materials that have been inspected during the inspection, except the direct replacement of such equipment. (i) each time, when a fishing vessel is getting into an accident or accidents happen on it, or discovered defects that materially affect the safety of navigation and it systems, facilities, equipment and materials safe operating rules that are binding in accordance with these rules, the master or the owner of the fishing vessel, at the earliest opportunity, notify IF or when a recognised organisation, or IF the designated officer who is responsible for issuing the relevant certificate to initiate an investigation, the purpose of which is to determine whether it is necessary to perform the inspection of the fishing vessel under paragraph (1). If the fishing vessel is in port of another Member State, the master or the owner of the vessel shall immediately notify the appropriate authorities of the port State, but IF the designated officer or the recognised organisation shall ensure that the following message has been. (3) fishing vessels with a tonnage of less than the survey taken 400B in accordance with 25 May 2001 instruction "instruction on Latvian maritime administration maritime safety inspection supervision of the vessel inspection and issuance of documents".
5. Rule. The issue or extension of a licence.
(1) after the inspections carried out in accordance with the provisions of this chapter, vessels whose tonnage is 400B and more engaged on international voyages, issued international certificate for the prevention of pollution by oil with an attachment to it. (2) IF the cards are issued, IF the authorized person or by a recognised organisation. (3) after the inspections carried out in accordance with the provisions of this section 4 (1) (c) if the licence is approved. (4) IF in all cases is completely responsible for the issuing of certificates. (5) the issue of the certificate or approval of fishing vessels with a tonnage of less than 400B, going under IF 25 May 2001 instruction "instruction on Latvian maritime administration maritime safety inspection supervision of the vessel inspection and issuance of documents".
6. Rule. The issue or extension of a licence by the Government of another State (1) the Government of another Member State, in accordance with the request, you can take a look at the fishing vessel and after verification that the design of the fishing vessel, systems, facilities, equipment and materials fully comply with the requirements of these provisions, the issue of a new licence or mandates to make the institution responsible or can extend existing. (2) the certificate and copy of an act of inspection as soon as possible, transmit it IF, in accordance with which the request made by the fishing vessel. (3) in this way, the licence issued or renewed in the record that it is issued or extended in accordance with the request and shall have the same validity and effect as it is a certificate, issued in accordance with the provisions of this section 5.
7. Rule. Certificate form certificate "international certificate for the prevention of pollution by oil" form, comply with MARPOL Annex I to the Convention laid down in Appendix II. Records made in the Latvian and English.
8. Rule. Access to licence provides a certificate referred to in these provisions permanent presence on board fishing vessels and their availability, through the inspection of the fishing vessel.
9. Rule. Certificate validity period (1) the international licences for oil pollution prevention and to its annex be issued for a period to be determined IF, but not exceeding five years. (2) where a fishing vessel, during the period of validity of the certificate is not located in the ports of Latvia may extend the period of validity of the certificate, but such extension shall be made only to the fishing vessel could return to the Latvian port where it will be carried out. Reviews can be made only in those cases when it is considered correct and reasonable. (3) the term of validity of the certificate may not be extended more than five months and a fishing vessel that has received such extensions and is returned to its port, flag State or port, which it presented to view, may not leave the port until the new certificate. (4) the certificate, the validity of which has not been extended to this rule (2) in accordance with the procedure laid down in paragraph 1, if it can be extended for up to one month. It can be made only in those cases when it is considered correct and reasonable. (5) licences which have been issued in accordance with rules 5 and 6, shall lapse in the following cases: (a) if the fishing vessel was not carried out one of the provisions laid down in points 4. (b) if the licence is approved in accordance with the terms of this chapter; (c) If you have made significant changes to the design of fishing vessels, equipment and systems, without coordination with the IF or its recognized organizations; (d) in the case of ships registered under the flag of another State. (6) the new certificate shall only be issued after the country which issued it, is quite sure that the fishing vessel inspections carried out pursuant to the provisions of this chapter. If the flag change between two Member States, the new flag, before the grant of a new licence, within three months of the request, but the previous flag State as soon as possible, transmit to the fishing vessel's certificate. (7) copies of the certificates that were in effect before the change of flag and if possible, also viewed the Act of fishing vessels.
10. Rule. Oil and a mixture containing it leaking outside the control of the special districts (1) containing a mixture of oil and discharges to the sea to all fishing vessels of tonnage and greater, the 400B is prohibited, except if the following conditions are fulfilled: (a) the vessel is not within a special area; (b) a fishing vessel is in progress; (c) the oil content of the novadām solution without dilution does not exceed 15 ppm; (d) the vessel is fitted with the devices, according to MARPOL Annex I, the requirements of regulation 16; (1) ensure, as far as this is possible in practice, and it is reasonable to fishing vessel with a tonnage of less than 400B and who is not within a special area, should be equipped with sufficient capacity for the tank/tanks containing oil mixture and transfer to the port for storage making equipment. or the discharge into the sea, in accordance with the provisions of paragraph (1). (2) in all cases where the direct vicinity of the fishing vessel or watching the Jet to the surface of the water, or below the shows observed traces of oil pollution, IF they are able to immediately investigate the facts pertaining to the case, to see or not violated this provision of this chapter, as well as the requirements of rule 12. In the course of the investigation is to obtain information on the wind, sea and current situation, the fishing vessel's course and speed of other possible sources of pollution, resulting in a nearby fishing vessel has emerged showing traces of oil pollution, as well as any records relating to the oil discharge. (3) any oil-based mixture that can be discharged to the sea must not contain chemicals or other substances in quantities and concentrations are harmful to the marine environment.
11. Rule. Pollution prevention techniques in specific areas (1) for the purposes of this chapter the special areas are the Mediterranean Sea, Baltic Sea, Black Sea, Red Sea, Gulf region, Gulf of Aden, North of Antarctica and water, which are laid down in the provisions of MARPOL Annex I, part 1 of 10. (2) subject to the provisions of this chapter 13: (a) specified in any mixture containing oil and discharges to the sea fishing vessels with a tonnage of more specific and 400B areas is prohibited, with the exception of the purified waters from Wells constructed in the engine room and, if at the same time comply with the following conditions: (i) the fishing vessel is in progress; (ii) the oil content of the mixture, novadām without dilution does not exceed 15 ppm; (iii) a fishing vessel is in operation the filtration equipment, according to MARPOL Annex I, 16 (5). It is equipped with an automatic stop device of the spill, which provides an automatic suspension of the spill if the oil content in the solution nopludinājam exceeding 15 million; d. (iv) a fishing vessel located farther than 12 miles from the nearest coast. (b) IF, in order to provide a fishing vessel with a tonnage of less than 400B is equipped with sufficient capacity for the tank/tanks and oil mixture containing storage and transfer facilities at the port of decision-making. It discharges into the sea, or in accordance with (2) (c); (c) any mixture containing oil and their specific areas of discharge of all fishing vessels of tonnage is less about 400B, is prohibited, except when the oil content of the mixture, novadām without dilution does not exceed 15 million. (d); (3) any oil-based mixture is discharged into the sea does not contain chemicals or other substances in quantities and concentrations are harmful to the marine environment. (4) any oil or mixtures containing them, as well as oil deposits that cannot be discharged to the sea under this rule (2) (a) and (2) (c) the points requirements, saves a fishing vessel or port-making facilities. (5) Nothing in these rules shall interfere with the fishing vessel, who partially ship special area, make a mixture containing oil discharges outside the borders of this area, in accordance with rule conditions. (6) in all cases where the direct vicinity of the fishing vessel or watching the Jet to the surface of the water, or under it, observe the visible traces of oil pollution, IF they are able to immediately investigate the case to find out or not violate the provisions of paragraphs 12 and requirements. In the course of the investigation is to obtain information on the wind, sea and current situation, the fishing vessel's course and speed, or other possible sources of pollution, resulting in a nearby fishing vessel has emerged showing traces of oil pollution, as well as any records that could relate to the oil discharge.
12. the rule. Exceptions (1) 10 and 11. rules not applied if: (a) oil or mixture containing oil draining out of the safety of fishing vessels, or rescue of human life at sea; (b) oil or oily mixture discharges containing sea are fishing damage to a ship or its equipment, provided that: (i) all possible measures to prevent leakage or it would be minimal; (ii) oil or mixture containing oil discharges at sea are carried out with the authorisation, if it is required for emergency mitigation.
13. the rule. .1 bilge water purification equipment on fishing vessels.
(1) any vessel whose tonnage is 400B and more, but less than the 10000B, shall be fitted with an approved water wells constructed of filtering equipment, according to MARPOL 73/78 Annex I, rule 16 (1) and (4) the requirements of paragraph 1, which provides the oil content novadām solution not more than 15 ppm. (2) if it can be exempted from (1) above, the fishing vessel operating in special areas, only on the condition if the following requirements are met: (a) a fishing vessel is .1 bilge water storage tanks that meet the IF; (b) all Wells constructed waters stored in a fishing vessel, to then pass the acceptance of port facilities; (c) IF is satisfied that in the shipping area of the port reception facilities for the transfer of .1 bilge waters are available and proper; (d) international certificate for the prevention of pollution by oil is marked that fishing vessel shall carry out their activities only in a specific area; (e) the oil record book is marked Wells constructed water quantity passed, time and the name of the port-making equipment passed oil containing the mixture. (3) IF YOU provide that fishing vessels with a tonnage of less than .1 bilge 400B, there are options for the storage of waters to fishing vessels or facilities to provide water drainage Wells constructed at sea, in accordance with rules 10 and 11. (4) to comply with the provisions laid down in paragraph (3), to fishing vessels with a tonnage of less than 400B, provide: (a) standard connections to the pumps and Wells constructed a water treatment plant equipment with alarm; (b) .1 bilge water storage tanks with a capacity of at least 1m3 large, equipped with a pump and a standard connection; (5) .1 bilge water treatment plant for a minimum yield, depending on the tonnage of the vessel must meet the specified tonnage table: Minimum capacity (m3/h)
200-400 400-1600 1600-0.25 0.5 1.0 2.5 4000 4000-15 000 15 000 and over 5.0 14. Rule. Oil sludge in the tank (1) fishing vessels and tonnage is 400B greater, given the mechanism of the engine type, as well as the duration of the voyage, shall be fitted with one or more tanks of sufficient capacity oil waste waters resulting from Wells constructed, as well as fuel and oil purification, accumulation and storage. (2) the piping of oil sludge tanks and from them must not be connected directly to the outlet. overboard, unless they are fitted with a standard discharge connection in accordance with the provisions laid down in article 15. (3) To fishing vessels with a tonnage of less than 400B and which are not equipped with oil sludge tanks, sludge storage in oil wells constructed water storage tanks, for further transfer to port reception facilities. (4) oil sludge tank minimum capacity: (a) fishing vessels, which do not take in ballast water tanks, fuel oil tanks of deposits the minimum capacity is calculated using the following formula: V1 = K1 x C x D (m3) where K1 = 0.01 – fishing vessels to fishing vessel used purified heavy fuel for the operation of the main engine or K1 = 0.005 – fishing vessels main engine propulsion used on diesel, or fuel treatment before use, it is not necessary; (C) the daily fuel consumption; D – maximum shipping time in days between the ports petroleum deposits may provide the port facilities or adoption of the 30 days, if not exactly known maximum shipping time between ports can be put; If the fishing vessel is equipped with a blender, oil sludge incineration insinerator or other recognised installations, then IF the oil sludge tank minimum capacity shall be determined as follows: V1 = 1m3 – fishing vessels with a tonnage of 400B and more, but less than 2 m3, or 4000B fishing vessels with a tonnage of 4000B and more. (b) fishing vessels which takes the ballast water tanks, fuel oil tanks of deposits the minimum capacity is calculated using the following formula: V2 = V1 + K2B (m3) where V1-waste oil tank capacity, in accordance with the provisions of subparagraph (a); K2 – 0.01 fishing vessels which used heavy fuel, or 0.005 fishing vessels use diesel fuel. (B) fuel tank capacity – that can be used with ballast.
15. the rule. Standard discharge connection.
(1) in order to ensure the adoption of the port facility connecting pipelines with the exhaust pipes from the engine room of the vessel, the two pictures in the pipeline shall be fitted with standard connections, in accordance with the following table:
Description dimensions 1.
Outer diameter 215 mm 2.
Internal diameter external diameter according to pipe 3.
Ring, which goes to the mounting bolts, the diameter of the Centre 183mm.
4. Flange cutout 6 hole with a 22 mm diameter each, spaced equal distances along the circle, through which pass the fastening bolts, cut out the Center to the outer edge of the flange; cutout width is 22 mm.
5. Flange thickness 20 mm.
6. Screws and nuts 6 pieces, each with 20 mm diameter and the length of the pipeline flange made of steel or other equivalent material with a smooth surface, and so constructed that it can be connected to the pipes with a maximum internal diameter of up to 125 mm flange connections with appropriate against oil resistant seals are designed for operating pressures of up to 600kP.
16. the rule. The oil record book.
(1) On each fishing vessel whose tonnage is 400B and more, ensure the oil record book, part I. Oil operations journal form must comply with MARPOL Annex I specified in Appendix III. (2) the oil record book shall be completed every time a fishing vessel shall carry out the following operations: (a) the ballast or fuel tank cleaning; (b) dirty ballast or fuel tanks in the draining of water; (c) oil purification sludge collection and deployment; (d) non-automatic engine Wells constructed water discharge overboard or Wells constructed storage tanks; (e) automatic engine .1 bilge water overboard discharge or storage tanks Wells constructed; (f) place oil or oil-containing mixtures of water leak accident or other emergency event; (g) fuel or lube oil fill. (3) where the oil or mixture containing oil water leak has taken place in accordance with rule 12, or accident, or other unforeseen circumstances, which do not fall within this rule, oil record book notes leak causes, as well as other important and relevant information. (4) a record of each complete operation, in accordance with the requirements of this regulation, take the oil record book without delay. Each entry shall be signed by the officer in charge of a fishing vessel who is responsible for this. Each completed log sheet of oil operations signed the master of a fishing vessel. Oil record book entries made in the Latvian language, but if a fishing vessel engaged on international voyages, then also in English. On board fishing vessels, which have issued international certificate concerning pollution by oil, oil record book shall be completed in Latvian and English. (5) the oil record book of the fishing vessel and keep it in a place where it is easily accessible for inspection, except unmanned vessels towing operations. The oil record book shall be kept on vessels for another 3 years, counting from the last account in it. (6) Member States the competent authorities shall have the right to inspect the oil record books to any fishing vessel in Latvia, which is bound by these rules, when a fishing vessel is in their ports, to receive a copy of any entry in the journal of petroleum operations and require the fishing vessel to confirm its compliance with the original records. Any copy of the master of a fishing vessel is confirmed as the original, the proceedings in accordance with accepted as evidence of the facts mentioned in the entry. The oil record book, as well as a copy of the receipt of the approved type, in accordance with this provision, carried out in the shortest period of time, without causing unnecessary delay of the vessel.
17. the rule. Fishing vessel to plan emergency measures against maritime pollution with oil products.
(1) On each fishing vessel whose tonnage of 400 and higher, IF the BT provides approved fishing plans emergency measures against maritime pollution with oil products. (2) such a plan shall be developed in accordance with the Organization's guidelines issued "guidelines for the plan of the vessel emergency measures against maritime pollution with oil products", and it is the Latvian language, but if a fishing vessel engaged on international voyages in English as well. The plan provides information on: (a) the reporting order cases of oil spills in accordance with article 8 of the guidelines and the requirements of the Protocol I; (b) the list of persons with whom contact is required in the case of oil pollution; (c) immediate action procedures for fishing vessel oil spill control and minimize; (d) the contact addresses and the measures to be taken by the oil pollution in the process of liquidation in cooperation with national and local authorities.
Chapter XIV. Waste pollution prevention Regulations 1. Definitions.
For the purposes of this chapter: (1) "waste" means any food residue, municipal waste, and operational (except fresh fish and their residues) resulting from the normal operation of the fishing vessel and that constantly or periodically removed. This concept does not apply to substances that have been defined or listed in other sections of these rules and to the annexes of the Convention other than the MARPOL Convention, annex V. (2) "nearest land" means from the baseline from which, under international law, establishes the national territorial waters. (3) "special district" means a Sea region which, in the view of the okeanogrāfisko and ecological conditions, as well as shipping, apply special mandatory measures for the prevention of contamination with waste. Special areas are marine areas, named after this chapter 4. rules. (4) "incineration in the fishing vessel" means a vessel waste or other materials, if they occurred in normal operation of the fishing vessel, fishing vessel burning to heat the insinerator destroyed. (5) "insinerator fishing vessel" means a fishing vessel of equipment whose primary objective is the fishing vessel's waste incineration. (6) "fishing vessel operating waste" means all waste associated with the shipment and maintenance over the course of the resulting waste and cargo residues, defined as waste. (7) "maintenance course wastes" means material collected in the course of operation of a fishing vessel in the engine room and on the deck, including soot, scraped, sweepings from the deck, rags, etc. (8) "ash and slag" from a fishing vessel and coal fuel insinerator cauldron, except those from burning plastic products which may contain toxic or heavy metal residues, etc. and that disposal at sea is prohibited, in accordance with the provisions of this chapter in section 3 (1) (a) by means of operational waste and therefore are included in the term, the other waste, the provisions of this section 3 point (1) (b) (ii) and 4 (2) the provisions of subparagraph (a) (ii). (9) "cargo-related waste" means all materials used on the fishing vessel the cargo storage and handling and which this action becomes waste, including divisions, pylons, pallets, coating and wrapping materials, plywood, paper, cardboard, wire and tape reinforcement etc.
2. the rule. Uses.
The requirements laid down in this chapter shall apply to all fishing vessels.
3. Rule. Waste disposal conditions outside the special districts.
(1) in the light of rules 4 and 5 those exceptions: (a) prohibited to discard at sea all kinds of plastic products, including synthetic ropes, synthetic fishing nets and plastic garbage bags, insinerācij ash from burning plastic products which may contain toxic or heavy metal residues, u.t.t.; (b) the following waste is to be disposed at sea as far away as far as it is possible, but in any case it is prohibited to throw if the distance from the nearest land be less than: (i) 25 nautical miles – floating separation, plating and packing materials; (ii) 12 nautical miles – food scraps and other waste, including paper products, rags, glass, metal, bottles, shards of glass and similar waste; (c) under that provision (b) (ii) these wastes if they are crushed or ground may be permitted to discard, so far as far as this is practicable from the nearest land, but in any case it is prohibited to throw if the distance from the nearest land be less than 3 nautical miles. Following crushed or ground waste must go through a sieve that openings no larger than 25 mm. (2) where the waste is mixed with other wastes and their disposal, the conditions are different from those to be applied more stringently.
4. Rule. The conditions for special waste disposal areas.
(1) for the purposes of this chapter the special areas are the Mediterranean Sea, Baltic Sea, Black Sea, North Sea, Red Sea, Gulf region, Anktarktik, Caribbean basin, including the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean, which are laid down in the MARPOL Convention, annex V, 5. the first part of the rules. (2) subject to the provisions of this section 5 exceptions: (a) to throw into the sea is prohibited: (i) all kinds of plastic products, including synthetic ropes, synthetic fishing nets and plastic garbage bags, insinerācij ash from burning plastic products, which may contain toxic or heavy metal residues, etc.; (ii) all other garbage, including paper products, rags, glass, metal, bottles, cullet, pads, linings and packaging materials and similar waste; (b) the exception referred to in point (c), food residues may be throw in the sea so far away as far as it is possible, but in any case not less than 12 nautical miles from the nearest land; (c) the Caribbean Basin chopped or ground food residues to be disposed as far from Earth as far as this is possible, but in any case not less than 3 nautical miles from the nearest land. Following crushed or ground waste must go through a sieve that openings no larger than 25 mm. (3) where the waste is mixed with other wastes and their disposal or elimination of conditions is different, apply stringent conditions.
5. Rule. Exceptions.
(1) this chapter 3 and 4 shall not apply: (a) eliminating waste from fishing vessels to ensure the safety of the vessel and its proximity to human security or human life at sea; (b) eliminating waste from fishing vessels, fishing damage to a ship or its equipment, provided that before and after the accident, all possible precautions to prevent such ejection; (c) if the case is lost not synthetic fishing nets, provided that all the possible precautions to avoid such a situation.
6. Rule. Posters, plan activities with waste and waste accounting.
(1) any fishing vessel with a length of 8 m and higher, display banners with dimensions is 12.5 x 20.0 cm that inform the crew of the fishing vessel and passengers on requirements for waste disposal, as set out in this section 3 and 4 of the regulations. (see annex 1 of this chapter) (a) information posters provide Latvian language, but if a fishing vessel engaged on international voyages, and in English as well. (b) posters made of durable material, pretending to be good places, mainly in the waste storage container near the galley on the main deck, mess rooms, like the crew of the fishing vessel frequently visited sites, as well as places where waste accumulates, sorted, stored and processed. (2) any fishing vessel whose tonnage is 400B and larger, and on board any fishing vessel, a licence issued to a person for the transport of 15 or more, made of an approved "by the waste action plan", which followed the crew of the fishing vessel. Plan in written form provides information about waste collection, storage, processing and clearance procedures, including equipment, located the fishing vessel. The plan shall determine the person responsible for its implementation. Such a plan shall be developed in accordance with the instructions of the Organization "MARPOL Annex V to the Convention, guidelines for the implementation of the" and this is the Latvian language. (3) any fishing vessel whose tonnage is 400B and more, as well as on board fishing vessels, which issued a certificate for the carriage of 15 or more persons and are engaged in international voyages, provided the waste inventory journal. The journal could also be as part of a fishing log book or otherwise, but in any case, ensure compliance with the MARPOL Convention of the form in the appendix to annex V to the set. (a) any waste disposal operations or the complete combustion of waste records recorded in the journal, including date and approved by the responsible officer of the fishing vessel's signature. Each completed waste tracking log page signature captain. Take the Latvian language in the journal entries, but if the fishing vessel involved in international shipping services, in English or Spanish. (b) any waste incineration or disposal operations in accounting records indicate the date and time, the location of the fishing vessel, the characteristics of the waste and burned or discarded waste estimated quantity. (c) waste tracking log is located on the fishing vessel and keep it in a place so that it is available for inspection at any time. Save a document for another 2 years, counting from the last account in it. (d) the provisions of This section 5 specified waste disposal or accidental loss cases, waste tracking log records information about the circumstances and reasons for the loss. (4) IF may not require you to implement accounting journals of waste on board fishing vessels, which have been issued a permit for the carriage of 15 or more persons if each flight duration does not exceed 1 hour. (5) where you can check the waste tracking log to any fishing vessel covered by this provision and receive a copy of any entry in the journal, as well as require the fishing vessel to confirm its compliance with the original records. Any copy of the master of a fishing vessel is confirmed as the original suit, in any legal proceedings as evidence of the entry in the adopted the above facts. If an accounting log verification shall be carried out as quickly as possible, without causing undue fishing vessel delays. (6) any fishing vessel made for waste storage facilities, and provide sufficient storage facilities solid waste and food waste, taking into account the shipping area, the fishing vessel's port entry, where you can put the waste. Any fishing vessel shall, as a minimum, ensure the waste storage tanks or containers that are specified in annex 2 to this chapter. These containers must be the sign that indicates a type of waste they are meant.
7. Rule. Handling the waste on board a vessel.
(1) waste, in accordance with the MARPOL Convention, annex V, shall be divided into the following categories: (a) category 1-plastic; (b) category 2-floating separation, lining and packing materials; (c) category 3-shredded paper products, rags, glass, metal, bottles, shards of glass and similar waste; (d) category 4, paper products, rags, glass, metal, bottles, shards of glass and similar waste; (e) category 5 – food residue; (f) category 6 – insinerācij ashes, except the ash from the burning plastic products which may contain toxic or heavy metal residues, u.t.t. (2) To provide for the fishing vessel at least three garbage containers or other containers, the following categories of waste: (a) plastic, including waste, mixed with it; (b) the food residues; (c) other waste that may be disposed of at sea, taking in terms 3 and 4 into the set, including paper products, rags, glass, metal, bottles, cullet, separation, plating and packing materials, etc. (3) each waste container clearly marked and they differ by color, type, shape, size or location. The inscriptions on the containers of waste are the Latvian language, but if a fishing vessel engaged on international voyages, and in English as well. (4) floating separation, plating and packing materials as possible, kept in a fishing vessel separate from other waste and, if possible, transmit the port making equipment. (5) take all possible measures to ensure the transfer of products of plastic and its port facilities, making it a priority, compared to other methods of disposal of these wastes. (6) plastic waste or mixed waste plastics can also burn insinerator fishing vessel, but separately from other waste. Otherwise it leaves a fishing vessel, to put them in making facilities in port. If the plastic waste is mixed with other wastes and are not separable from them, then the following are treated as waste plastics. The ash resulting from the incineration of such waste and which may contain toxic or heavy metals, harmful, stored separately until able to transfer the equipment to the ports of adoption. (7) take all possible precautionary measures to ensure that the sea is not thrown away food residue with plastic (such as plastic as a food packaging). (8) any fishing vessel of the Helsinki Convention on territorial ūdeņos20 banned ship waste to the fishing vessel. (9) any fishing vessel in the waters of Latvia and the ports banned ship waste to the fishing vessel. (10) any fishing vessel before leaving the any port where the waste may not be disposed of at sea, delivered to port reception facilities.
20 Helsinki Convention: Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia is, Russia, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Poland and Germany.
8. Rule. Waste disposal waste category of conditions outside the special districts in special areas for all types of plastic, including synthetic ropes, synthetic fishing nets and plastic garbage bags banned banned pallets, plating and packing material from the nearest 25 j.j. > Earth prohibited from paper products, rags, glass, metal, bottles, shards of glass, like waste and other waste.
> 12 from the nearest land j.j. banned from crushed or ground paper products, rags, glass, metal, bottles, shards of glass, like waste and other waste, on condition that they pass through a sieve with a mesh size of no greater than 25 mm.
> 3 from the nearest land j.j. prohibited food scraps from the nearest 12 j.j. > Earth > 12 j.j. from the nearest earth ground or chopped, leftover food, provided that they pass through a sieve with a mesh size of no greater than 25 mm.
> 3 from the nearest land j.j. > 12 j.j. from the nearest land for the purposes of this chapter the special areas are the Mediterranean Sea, Baltic Sea, Black Sea, North Sea, Red Sea, Gulf region, Anktarktik district, the Caribbean basin, including the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea, laid down in the MARPOL Convention, annex V, 5. the first part of the rules. Waste to separate the fishing vessel under that table and must be collected in containers or plastic bags. If the waste is mixed and their ejection conditions are different, the highest of them. Directions to the dumpster sizes: fishing vessel tonnage (GT) and the number of people on board a fishing vessel for the garbage container Minimum volume (m3)