The Rules On Maritime Safety Of Fishing Vessels

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par jūras zvejas kuģu drošību

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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 Issued in accordance with the maritime administration and the Maritime Security Act, article 11 of the fourth part 1. determines the safety requirements for new and existing fishing vessels of the Sea (fishing vessels) that: 1.1 the registered in Latvian register of ships;
1.2. dealing with the jurisdiction of Latvia's fishing waters;
1.3. the transfer of the ports of Latvia catch.
2. the rules shall: 2.1 concepts used. "IF" is BO VAS "maritime administration".
2.2. "new fishing vessel" means a fishing vessel which complies with the following conditions: 2.2.1. agreement on the construction of the ship is closed on January 1, 2003, or later;
2.2.2. the contract for the construction of the ship has been concluded before 1 January 2003, but the ship is delivered to the Subscriber for at least three years after that date;
2.2.3. in the case if there is no agreement on the construction of the vessels, 1 January 2003 or later at one of the following conditions is fulfilled: are Carignan; is enclosed structure that identifies the beginning of construction of the ship; is assembled construction, which is the smaller of the values — 50 tonnes, or 1% of the estimated weight of the design of the ship.
2.3. ' existing fishing vessel ' means a fishing vessel which is not a new fishing vessel.
2.4. all fishing vessels "means that the provision applies to existing fishing vessels, to new fishing vessels, regardless of the date of construction.
2.5. "the crew" is the master and any person on board a ship that is recruited and take certain responsibilities, ensuring the operation of the ship.
2.6. "length (L)" means length, which is 96% of the full length of the ship to the waterline at the margin, which is 85% of the theoretical side height is measured from the top edge of the keel, or the length of the ship in front of the priekšvadņ will edge to the axis of the steering shaft along the waterline, whichever is greater. The ships are designed with a Kona struktīv a rake of keel the waterline on which this length is measured shall be parallel to the waterline struktīv Kona.
2.7. "bow and aft perpendicular" is fixed length "L". Bow perpendicular corresponds to priekšvadņ the front edges on the waterline on which the length is measured.
2.8. "breadth (B)" has the greatest width of the vessel, which measured the length of the ship in the middle between the outer edges of the frame ships with metal lining and between the outer surfaces of the hull ships with a lining of other materials.
2.9. "the theoretical side height" is the vertical distance from the horizontal keel to the lower working deck surface at the side of the ship: ships with a rounded 2.9.1. Board and side connection, the theoretical side of the height measured to the deck and the side of the intersection of theoretical line continuation;
2.9.2. the case where the deck has stairs and elevated part is above the height of the theoretical side of the measuring point, the theoretical side of the height measured to the working deck forward of the lower part of a notional line, parallel to the deck of the elevated part.
2.10. "side-height (D)" means the theoretical side height at the midpoint of the length of the ship.
2.11. "the deepest operating waterline" means the waterline corresponding to the maximum draught of the ship.
2.12. "the length of the ship the midpoint" of length L is the midpoint.
2.13. "middle section" is the intersection of the hull of the ship length in the middle with the theoretical plane perpendicular to the waterline.
2.14. "the wedge line" means a line parallel to the line of the keel, which the length of the ship passing through the midpoint of the horizontal keel: 2.14.1. the upper edge of the ships with metal plating;
2.14.2. the wedge and external cladding stitching the bottom edge of the ships of wood or composite material external cladding;
2.14.3. Diametral plane of the vessel and the vessel's plating the external contour of the intersection line ships with external facings of other material than wood and metal.
2.15. "base line" is a horizontal line that the midpoint of the length of the ship crosses the keel line.
2.16. "job board" is the lowest continuous deck, above the deepest operating waterline and where fishing is carried out. If the craft is built with two or more continuous decks, IF you can accept the lowest of them as job board, if it is above the deepest operating waterline.
2.17. "superstructure" means the deck cover design on a job board across the Board in width, or garensien are not more than 0.04 B from the ship's side plating.
2.18. "Enclosed superstructure" means a body, if: 2. it forms a sufficiently effective wall;
2.18.2. entrance openings in walls are fitted with permanently attached to watertight door that is as durable as the wall structure and is open to both from the inside and from the outside;
2.18.3. other openings in walls are equipped with enough effective conclusion.
2.19. "superstructure deck" is a continuous or a partial deck, which form a superstructure, deck or other structure of the House roof and is situated not less than 1.8 m height above the working deck. Deck house and other coverings that are located lower than 1.8 m above the working deck, is treated as a job board.
2.20. "height of a superstructure" is the minimum distance from the sides of the body working deck beams to the upper edge of the superstructure deck beams to the upper edge.
2.21. "splash-proof" means any State of the sea water can escape into the vessel.
2.22. "Watertight" means the ability of information by kon not to put through the water in any direction, at any water pressure that this construction is designed.
2.23. "Collision" is the waterproof bow divider, which meet the following requirements: 2.23.1. must be on a partition: not less than 0.05 of the bow perpendicular to L, but not more than 0.08 L vessels with a length of 45 m and longer; no closer as perpendicular to the frontal 0.05 L, but not more than 0.05 L plus 1.35 m ships with a length of less than 45 m; in any case not less than 2 m perpendicular to the front, but on the ships with a length of less than 24 m — not closer than 1 m perpendicular to the front.
2.23.2. If a ship's hull below the water point is put forward further than the bow perpendicular, for example in paragraph 2.23.1. bulbs the prescribed distance must be measured from the midpoint of the length of the point or points of 0.015 L forward of the bow perpendicular, whichever of these distances is less.
2.23.3. partitions can create steps or niche, but in paragraph 2.23.1. the established distances must be observed.

2.24. "organization" means the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
2.25. "recognised organisation" means a classification society which is recognized by the Ministry of transport and IF has concluded cooperation agreement, according to the EPA Directive 94/57/EC, as amended by Directive 97/58/EC, the requirements and operating the fishing vessel security assessment if the word.
2.26. "ISO" is the International Organization for standardization.
2.27. "COLREG" is the Organization's 20 October 1972 the Convention concerning the international vessel collision prevention rules.
2.28. "MARPOL" is the 1973 International Convention for the prevention of pollution from ships, with the 1978 Protocol relating to it.
2.29. "the Helsinki Convention" is the 1992 Baltic Sea Convention for the protection of the marine environment.
2.30. "the Helsinki Commission" means the Commission established the 1992 Baltic Sea Convention for the protection of the marine environment.
2.31. "Baltic Sea" means the Baltic Sea region, in accordance with the 1992 Baltic Sea Convention for the protection of the marine environment.
2.32. "waters" means the waters under the jurisdiction of Latvia, in accordance with the relevant law of the Republic of Latvia.
3. the provisions of annex 1, IV, V, VII, IX, XI, XII, XIII and XIV chapter defined specific technical concepts.
4. safety requirements on board fishing vessels is controlled IF.
5. If the designated inspectors for the control of ships (hereinafter Inspector) or under external regulations, recognised organisations to carry out inspections on fishing vessels.
6. inspectors or recognised organisations performing inspection of fishing vessels, to ensure that the vessel complies with the provisions of annex 1 fishing vessel safety requirements.
7. Where a fishing vessel comply with the provisions specified in annex 1. fishing vessel safety requirements, the inspectors or the recognised organisations shall be issued a certificate of conformity in accordance with the provisions of annex 2, and the certificate of conformity of equipment list added, in accordance with the provisions of annex 3.
8. the Provisions of Chapter 1 of annex 1 of the rules specified in 3 exceptional cases, inspectors or the recognised organisations shall be issued to the fishing vessel's certificate Exceptions, according to the provisions specified in annex 4 of the licence form.
9. Provisions incorporated into the 1977 Torremolinos International Convention for the safety of fishing vessels of the 1993 Torremolinos Protocol principles.
Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations incorporate requirements stemming from the European Union Directive 93/103/EC and 97/70/EC, as amended by Directive 1999/19/EC, 2002/35/EC and 2002/84. traffic Minister ad interim a. shlesers maritime Department Director a. Annex: further provisions Krastiņš.