Rules On Marine Equipment

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par jūras kuģu aprīkojumu

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Provisions of the Ministry of transport no. 7 of 2004 in Riga 20 April regulations on marine equipment of ships Issued in accordance with the maritime administration and the Maritime Safety Act, article 11 of the second subparagraph of paragraph 11 and the third subparagraph and article 12 paragraph 4 of part I General questions 1. These rules shall lay down the requirements for the equipment of a ship, the implementation of these requirements and procedures are performed in the marine equipment checks.
2. the meaning of these rules under the European Union Directive 96/98: ECU 2.1. "equipment conformity assessment procedures" means the procedures laid down in annex 3 of these rules modules B, C, D, E, F, G and H, or are carried out in accordance with foreign law;
2.2. "equipment" is the rule in annex 1 and 2 listed in the equipment and devices, which must be kept on board for use in accordance with international law and which are necessary for the Latvian maritime administration (hereinafter referred to as LJ) approval;
2.3. "radio equipment" means equipment provided by the 1974 SOLAS Convention, as amended by the 1988 for the global maritime distress and safety system (GMDSS), and chapter IV bilateral ultraīsviļņ (VHF) radio telephone communications equipment that provides the same Convention III/6.2.1;
2.4. "international conventions" shall: 2.4.1. the 1966 International Convention on load lines (LL66);
2.4.2. the 1972 Convention on the rules of collisions between the folksy prevention at sea (Colreg);
2.4.3. the 1973 International Convention for the prevention of pollution from ships (Marpol) and the 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea (SOLAS), together with the protocols and amendments thereto, in force on the date of adoption of this directive;
2.5. "international law" is the relevant international conventions, Between folksy Maritime Organisation (IMO) resolutions and circulars, codes and inspections of the relevant international standards;
2.6. "approval mark" is a sign that indicated in annex 5 of these regulations;
2.7. "notified body" means the body which LJ external regulatory provision must be authorized in accordance with external laws and regulations to perform actions on behalf of the State. Notified bodies the minimum criteria laid down in annex 4 of these rules;
2.8. "security certificate" means a certificate which, in accordance with international conventions, shall be issued by LJ or notified body on behalf of the State;
2.9. "ship" means a ship within the meaning of the International Convention, except warships;
2.10. "new ship" means a ship the keel of which is laid or which is at a similar stage of construction on the date of entry into force of these regulations;
2.11. "a similar stage of construction" means the stage at which construction identifiable with a specific ship begins, or the Assembly of that ship has commenced, comprising at least 50 tonnes or 1% of the estimated mass of all structural material, whichever is less;
2.12. "existing ship" means a ship which is not a new ship;
2.13. "test standards" means the standards laid down in the International Maritime Organization (IMO), the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), the European Committee for Standardisation (CEN), European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (Cenelec), the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) in force at the date of adoption of these rules, and established in accordance with the relevant international conventions and with the relevant IMO resolutions and circulars to define testing methods and test results, in accordance with the procedure laid down in these provisions;
2.14. "type-approval" means the procedure for equipment produced in accordance with the appropriate testing standards, the assessment of the equipment and the issue of the appropriate certificate.
II. the use of the equipment 3. These provisions apply to equipment in accordance with foreign law apply: 3.1 to new Latvian vessels, whether during construction work in Latvia they are or not;
3.2. the existing Latvian ships where such equipment was not previously on them or if the replaced equipment, previously found on the ship, except where international conventions provide otherwise, regardless of whether the vessel at the time of installation of the equipment is located in Latvia or not;
4. These provisions shall not apply to equipment that the day of entry into force of these regulations, is already on board.
5. with regard to the rules referred to in point 3.1. bottom equipment, apply only to the requirements of this regulation.
III. compliance with the requirements of the equipment 6. LJ or its authorized body external regulatory provision in issue or renew the relevant safety certificates, make sure that the equipment, which is located on the Latvian flag vessels meeting the requirements of this regulation.
IV. Requirements for the equipment or its 7 LJ notified body external regulatory provision lay down, make sure that: 7.1 the compliance of equipment with the international conventions and of the relevant resolutions and circulars of the International Maritime Organization requirements shall be demonstrated solely in accordance with the relevant testing standards and conformity assessment procedures, in accordance with the provisions of annex 3. In respect of equipment, given both the IEC and ETSI testing standards, you can use either one or the other organization's standards, and Latvia, the manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the can to determine which standards will apply.
7.2. Equipment manufactured before the entry into force of these regulations, can be installed on the Latvian flag ship certificates in accordance with international conventions, issued or its authorised LJ authority within two years after the date of entry into force of the provisions, if it is manufactured in accordance with the type-approval procedures.
V. equipment offering the market 8. installing the equipment on the Latvian ships external regulatory provision in respect of following conditions: permission to install on LJ 8.1 Latvian vessel of equipment which is marked or unmarked, but meeting the requirements of this regulation, and shall issue or renew a specific equipment for safety certificates;
8.2. before specified in paragraph 8.1. specific safety equipment certificate issued in accordance with the international LJ regulations radio regulations be issued to radio stations.
Vi. Standard setting 9. If the IMO or ISO is invited to develop appropriate standards, including standards of testing equipment, traffic Department, Ministry of maritime experts in accordance with external regulations, participate in the work of the international organizations and promote the development of these standards.
VII. registration of new vessels 10. Re-register with new ships under foreign laws and comply with the following conditions: 10.1 if the new ship which, irrespective of its flag, is not registered in Latvia, plans to move to the Latvian vessel register, such a ship during the transfer, subject to the Latvian vessel inspections checking to confirm that the actual condition of the vessel's equipment corresponds to its safety certificates and comply with the requirements of these provisions and has a marking or using LJ, equivalent equipment type-approval in accordance with these rules.
10.2. If the equipment does not mark or unmarked equipment LJ considers it to be equivalent, it shall be replaced.
10.3. Equipment which is considered equivalent, LJ, issue a certificate, which always carried with the equipment and which enables the equipment to be placed on board the ship and imposes restrictions or rules relating to the use of the equipment.
VIII. Notification of notified bodies of the Ministry of transport 11. interested parties shall be notified to the bodies which it under external regulations, equipment must be authorized to carry out the conformity assessment procedures in addition to the specific tasks which those notified bodies in accordance with external regulations, asked to perform, as well as the identification number of the notified bodies which they have previously been granted internationally. The notified bodies external regulatory provision in submitting information to the Ministry of transport on compliance with the criteria laid down in these provisions and in the proof of such compliance.
12. At least once every two years, LJ, or external regulatory provision in the agreed objective of the independent external organization (hereinafter referred to as the Organization), which is accepted by the Ministry of transport, carried out by the notified body. This test LJ or organization external laws, regulations, following the laws ensure that notified bodies continue to meet the criteria laid down in these provisions.
13. LJ, under external regulations, repealed the mandate authority if it finds that the body no longer meets the rule 4. criteria referred to in the annex. About LJ will immediately inform all interested parties.
IX. Equipment conformity assessment procedures 14. equipment the conformity assessment procedure in accordance with external regulations, taken before the equipment installed on the vessel and Latvia after Latvia of the manufacturer or its authorised representative established within the selection, pursuant to this provision of the annex 3 procedures, and these procedures are: 14.1. Ec type-examination (module B);

14.2. Ec type-declaration of conformity (module C);
14.3. Ec type-declaration of conformity (production quality assurance) (module D);
14.4. Ec type-declaration of conformity (product quality assurance) (module E);
14.5. Ec type-declaration of conformity (product verification) (module F);
14.6. the EC full-quality assurance (module H).
15. The compliance of equipment with the type declaration is written in the form and contain the rules of the information specified in annex 3.
16. Where sets of equipment are produced individually or in small quantities and not in series or in mass, the conformity-assessment procedure may be the EC unit verification (module G).
Equipment labelling x 17. Installing on a sea vessel equipment, external regulations in imposing on the equipment manufacturer or its authorized representative registered in Latvia marking: marking added 17.1. LJ the notified body which has performed the conformity-assessment procedure, if the identification number of the notified body involved in the production control phase, and by the last two digits of the year in which the mark is affixed. The notified body's identification number to the external control of the regulatory order adds the same notified body or by the manufacturer, or the manufacturer in Latvia authorised representative;
17.2. The form of the mark to be used is specified in annex 5 of these regulations;
17.3. The mark shall be affixed on the equipment or on the data plate of the equipment so as to be visible, legible and indelible throughout the anticipated useful life of the equipment. If this is not possible, or if it cannot guarantee specific characteristics of equipment, the marking is located on the product packaging, labels and brochures;
17.4. the labelling of equipment does not add or inscriptions which are likely to mislead third parties with regard to these provisions that the meaning or the graphics of the mark.
XI. evaluation of the equipment in specific cases 18. LJ is the right to take measures to ensure that sample checks of the equipment already labelled equipment that is not yet installed on the ship to ensure its conformity with the requirements of this regulation. Sample checks of equipment not provided for in this rule referred to annex 3 in the modules for conformity assessment, pay in LJ.
19. If the vessel is installed in accordance with these provisions, equipment, LJ is the right to authorize the notified body external laws and regulations to perform in the reassessment, the equipment if the safety and/or pollution prevention considerations international law provides for checks of equipment on board, provided that these checks do not back up if the conformity assessment procedure. LJ external regulations defined in the order has the right to require the manufacturer of the equipment, it registered in Latvia authorised representative or the person responsible for the marketing of equipment in Latvia, show equipment inspection or test reports.
XII. Unsafe equipment 20. LJ, making equipment inspection or receive information and concluding that, if the equipment is properly installed, serviced and used for its intended purpose, regardless of whether it's marked, you can endanger the crew, the passengers or, where applicable, other persons health or safety, or adversely affect the marine environment may prohibit or restrict the sale or use of this equipment on board that issue safety certificates on LJ. About LJ shall promptly inform the other interested parties, indicating the reasons for its decision and whether non-compliance with these provisions has led to: 20.1. non-compliance with section V of the 7.1 and 7.2;
20.2. incorrect use of equipment with testing standards referred to in sections 7.1 and 7.2 V.;
20.3. shortcomings in the testing standards of the equipment.
21. If a piece of equipment that corresponds to that laid down in paragraph 20, LJ shall inform the parties of the measures taken.
XIII. technical innovation of equipment 22. In connection with technical innovations, LJ, under external regulations, can allow the vessel to install equipment that does not comply with the rules referred to in annex 3 of the conformity assessment procedures, if the trials or otherwise using the LJ, found that such equipment is as effective as equipment which meets the equipment the conformity-assessment procedures. In the case of radiocommunications equipment, the LJ provides that such equipment does not unduly affect the requirements of the radio-frequency spectrum.
23. Allowing 22. referred to technological innovations, LJ ensures not to allow discrimination between Latvia and equipment produced in other States.
24. in accordance with paragraphs 22 and 23, the equipment produced in Latvia shall issue a certificate of external legislation in establishing the LJ's permission for the equipment to be placed on board the ship and imposes restrictions or provisions relating to the use of the equipment.
25. If LJ allows equipment covered by this provision, paragraph 22, to install on the Latvian vessel, it shall immediately communicate to the data and the reports of all relevant trials, tests and conformity-assessment procedures to the interested parties.
26. paragraph 22 contains the equipment included this provision in annex 1 and 2.
XIV. Equipment testing or assessment 27. LJ, under external regulations, may, for the purposes of the inspection or assessment to allow the vessel to use equipment that does not comply with the conformity-assessment procedures or is not covered in this section XIV of the rules requirements, but only if the following conditions are met: 27.1. equipment has been issued a certificate which is LJ carried up with the equipment and which gives the LJ's permission for the equipment to be placed on the Latvian ship and imposes restrictions or lays down rules relating to the use of the equipment;
27.2. the period of validity of the authorisation determines LJ;
27.3. the equipment does not unduly affect the requirements of the radio-frequency spectrum.
28. Equipment in this provision the procedures specified in paragraph 27, not used as a substitute for standard equipment.
XV. the substitution of equipment of 29. If, in accordance with external laws of another State or, in exceptional circumstances, to replace equipment: 29.1 this need external legislation established the shipowner based LJ, proving that no delays and costs, it is not possible to install equipment on the vessel, having the EC type-approval, and may be installed on board other facilities in accordance with the following procedure: 29.1.1. the equipment shall, in accordance with external laws and regulations issued by the authority that is equivalent to a notified body, if between Latvia and the third country concerned have concluded an agreement on the mutual recognition of such organizations;
29.1.2. If it is not possible to take action in accordance with paragraph 29.1.1. external on board regulations set out in the order, you can set up the equipment, which is a Member State of the IMO, which is referred to in paragraph 2.4 of the Party Convention, issued documents, and showing compliance with the relevant IMO requirements.
29.2. LJ shall immediately notify the institution concerned of the change in the nature and characteristics of the equipment.
29.3. LJ immediately ensure that the equipment referred to in paragraph 29.1. and dossier satisfies the test between the folksy and the relevant provisions of these rules.
Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions that derive from European Union directives 96/98/EC, 98/85/EC, 2001/53EC, 2002/75/EC and 2002/84 ECU.
Traffic Minister p.i. a. shlesers maritime Department Director a. Krastiņš annex 1 facilities that the international instruments there is a detailed examination of testing standards 1. Rescue device if the tables 3 and 4 column is split into two parts, the upper part is applicable to ships built before 1 July 2002, but the lower part refers to ships built after July 1, 2002.
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Separate the name of the subject of the provisions of SOLAS 74, as corrected, if asked "model opinion the provisions of SOLAS 74 Apply, as corrected, and the relevant IMO resolutions and circulars testing standards conformity assessment modules B + C B + D B + E or B + F G H a. 1/1.1 life vest rule III/4, regulation X/3 rule III/7.1 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1.3 , 8.3 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (66) x x x provision III/4, regulation X/3 rule III/7.1 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 8.1, 8.3 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/1.2 a rescue device location indicating lights: (a) liferafts;
(b) lifebuoys;
(c) provision of rescue jackets III/4 rule X/3/III, III/7.1.3 22.1.2., III/22.3.1, III/32.1, III/32.2 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution 36 (63) 8.1, 8 3 and 8.10 (1994 HSC Code), IMO MSC/circular 885 IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) except for battery requirements as specified in EN 394 (1993), which shall apply only the life jackets for lights x x x provision III/4 rule X/3

Rule 7.1.3 III/III/III/22 22.1.2..., III/32.1 3.1, III/32.2 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution 97 (73) 8.1, 8 3 and 8.10 (2000 HSC Code), IMO MSC/circular 885 1/1.3 (A) lifebuoys-automatic smoke signals rule III/4 rule X/III/3 rule 7.1.3 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1 , 8.3 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x x provision III/4 rule X/III/3 rule 7.1.3 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 8.1, 8.3 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/1.4 life jackets rule III/4 rule X/III/3 rule 7.1.3 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1 , 8.3 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) except for battery requirements as specified in EN 394 (1993), which shall apply only the life jackets for lights x x x provision III/4 rule X/III/3 rule 7.1.3 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 8.1, 8.3 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/1.5 Hidrokostīm for insulating and warm suits: 1) isolated non-isolated rules 2) III/4 rule X/3 rule III/7.3 and III/22.4 , III/32.3 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC48 (66), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1, 8.3 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x x provision III/4 rule X/3 rule III/7.3, III/22.4, and III/32.3 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC48 (66), IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 8.1, 8.3 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/1.6 siltumizol-Hidrokostīm and the interpretative costumes classified as a rescue-jackets rule III/4 rule X/3 rule III/7.3, III/22.4, and III/32.3 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC48 (66), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1, 8.3 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x x provision III/4 rule X/3 rule III/7.3, III/22.4, and III/32.3 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC48 (66) , IMO resolution 97 (73) 8.1, in the MSC, 8.3 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/1.7 thermal protection means rule III/4 rule III/7.3, III/22.4, and III/32.3 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC48 (66), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x x a. 1/1.8 parachute rocket flares (pyrotechnics) rule III/4 rule X/3 rule III/6.3 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC48 (66) , IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x provision III/4 rule X/3 rule III/6.3 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC48 (66), IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/1.9 hand flares (pyrotechnics) rule 4 III/III/34 Rules, IMO resolution MSC48 (66), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x a. 1/1.10 buoyant smoke signals (pyrotechnics) rule 4 III/III/34 the provisions , IMO resolution MSC48 (66), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x a. 1/1.11 strap (rope), sweep (pyrotechnics) rule III/4 rule X/3 rule III/18 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC48 (66) in resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1, 8.8 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x provision III/4 rule X/3 rule III/18 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC48 (66) resolution 97 (73) 8.1, MSC , 8.8 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/1.12 Inflatable liferafts rule III/4 rule X/3 rule III/21.1, III/31.1 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC48 (66), IMO MSC/resolution MSC 36 Circus. 811 (63) 8.1, 8.5, 8.6, 8.7 and 8.10 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x rule III/4 rule X/3 rule III/21.1, III/31.1 and III/34 , IMO resolution MSC48 (66), IMO resolution MSC/Circus. 811 MSC 97 (73) 8.1, 8.5, 8.6, 8.7 and 8.10 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/1.13 Rigid Liferafts rule III/4 rule X/3 rule III/21.1, III/31.1.1.2 III/34, and IMO resolution MSC48 (66), IMO MSC/resolution MSC 36 Circus. 811 (63) 8.1, 8.5, 8.6, 8.7 and 8.10 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x rule III/4 rule X/3 rule III/21.1 , III/31.1.1.2 III/34, and IMO resolution MSC48 (66), IMO resolution MSC/Circus. 811 MSC 97 (73) 8.1, 8.5, 8.6, 8.7 and 8.10 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/1.14 automatically inflatable liferafts rule III/4 rule X/3/III and III/34, 26.2.4 IMO resolution MSC48 (66), IMO MSC/Circus. 809, IMO MSC/Circus). 811, resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1, 8.5, 8.6, 8.7 and 8.10 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x rule III/4 rule X/3 rule III/26.2.4 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC48 (66), IMO MSC/IMO MSC/809. Circus Circus. 811 resolution 97 (73) MSC 8.1, 8.5, 8.6, 8.7 and 8.10 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/1.15 Reversible liferafts with slide rule III/4 rule X/3/III and III/34, 26.2.4 IMO resolution MSC48 (66), IMO MSC/Circus. 809, IMO MSC/Circus). 811, resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1, 8.5 , 5.3, 5.4 and 8.10 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x rule III/4 rule X/3/III and III/34, 26.2.4 IMO resolution MSC48 (66), IMO MSC/Circus. 809, IMO MSC/Circus). 811, resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1, 8.5, 8.6, 8.7 and 8.10 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/free floating equipment were 1.16 liferafts (hidrostat device) the provisions of rule 4 III/X/III/3 rule 13.4.2 26.2.2, III/III/34IM and resolution MSC48 (66), IMO MSC/Circ. 811 resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1 and 8.6 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x x provision III/4 rule X/3 rule 13.4.2, III/III/34IM III/26.2.2 and resolution MSC48 (66), IMO MSC/Circ. 811 resolution 97 (73) MSC 8.1 and 8.6 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/1.17 lifeboats provision III/4 rule X/3 rule III/21.1 , III/31.1.1.1 III/31.1.2.1,./II and III/34, 31.1.7 IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), in resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1 and 8.10 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x a. 1/18 hard rescue boats provision III/4 rule X/3 rule III/21.2, III/31.2 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1 and 8.10 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x provision III/4 rule X/III/3 rule 21.2 , III/31.2 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66) resolution 97 (73) MSC 8.1 and 8.10 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/19 inflatable rescue boats provision III/4 rule X/3 rule III/21.2, III/31.2 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution MSC) 36 (63) 8.1, 8.5, 8.7 and 8.10 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x provision III/4 rule X/III/3 rule 21.2 , III/31.2 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution MSC) 97 (73) 8.1, 8.5, 8.7 and 8.10 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/1.20 high speed rescue boats provision III/4 rule X/3 rule III/26.3 and III/34IM resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO MSC/Circ. 809 IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x provision III/4 rule X/3 rule III/26.3 and III/34IM resolution MSC 48 (66) , IMO resolution 97 (73) 8.1, in the MSC (2000 HSC Code), IMO MSC/Circ. 809 a. 1/21 water drop-down devices using fall and winch (laivceltn) III/4 Rules Rules Rules 3 X/III/23, III/33 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1, 8.5, 8.6 and 8.7 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x x x provision III/4 rule X/3 rule III/23 , III/33 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 8.1, 8.5, 8.6 and 8.7 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/1.22 free floating in the water drop-down devices moved to a. 2 a. 1/1.23 water drop-down device free to krītošaj of rescue boats provision III/4 rule X/3 rule III/33 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution MSC) 36 (63) 8.1 , 8.5 and 8.7 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x rule III/4 rule X/3 rule III/33 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution MSC) 97 (73) 8.1, 8.5 and 8.7 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/1.24 liferaft in the water admission devices rule 4 III/rule X/3 rule III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66) , IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1, 8.5, 8.6 and 8.7 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x x x provision III/4 rule X/3 rule III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 8.1, 8.5 and 8.7 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/1.25 high-speed rescue boat water admission devices rule 4 III/rule X/3/III and III/34 26.3.2 , IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1 (1994 HSC Code),, IMO Circular MSC/809 IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x x provision III/4 rule X/3/III and III/34, 26.3.2 IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution 97 (73) 8.1, MSC (2000 HSC Code), IMO MSC/Circ. 809 a. 1/1.26 eject mechanism: (a) survival craft and rescue boats (b) liferafts that let in the water with the fall or the fall of rule III/4 rule X/3 rule III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1 and 8.5 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x x provision III/4 rule X/3 rule III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 8.1 and 8.5 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/1.27 marine evacuation systems Regulation III/4 of rule X/3 rule III/15 III/III/34 and 26.2.1, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1, 8.7 and 8.10 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x provision III/4 rule X/3/15, III/III, III/34 and 26.2.1, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 8.1, 8.7 and 8.10 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/1.28 rescue rules rule 4 III/X/3 rule III/26.4 and III/34 , IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO MSC/Circ. 810IM resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1, 8.5 and 8.10 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) MSC circular/810 x/4 III the provisions of rule X/3

Rule III/26.4 and III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO MSC/Circ. 810IM resolution 97 (73) MSC 8.1, 8.5 and 8.10 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/1.29 ship loading ramp moved to a. 2/1.4 a. 1/1.30 reflective materials rule III/4 rule III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution a. 658 (16) Annex 2 x x x a. 1/1.31 rescue two-way VHF radio telephone apparatus moved to a. 1/15.17 and a. a. 5.18 1/1/9GHzretranslator 1.32 (SAR) moved to a. a. 1/1/4.18 1.33 radar reflector for lifeboats and rescue boats provision III/4 rule X/3 regulation III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution a.384 (X), EN/ISO 8729 (1998);
IMO resolution a.384 (X), ISO 8729 (1997) x x x x a. 1/1.34 compass survival craft and rescue boats moved to a. 1/4.23 (A). 1/1.35 portable fire-extinguishing equipment rescue boats and rescue boats moved to a. 1/3.38 a. 1/1.36 lifeboat propulsion engine rule III/4 rule III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x x a. 1/1.37 rescuers the boat propulsion engine rule III/III/4 rule 34 , IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x x a. 1/1.38 rescue and a rescue boat spotlights rule III/4 rule X/3 rule III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x x x a. 1/1.39 open reversible liferafts rule III/4 rule X/3 IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1, 8.5, 8.7 and 8.10 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) x rule III/4 rule X/3 IMO resolution MSC (97 73) 8.1, 8.5, 8.7 and 8.10 (2000 HSC Code) IMO resolution MSC 81 (70) a. 1/1.40 former a. 1/4.17 automatic lift pilots provision V/17 (b) of Regulation V/17 (f), IMO resolution a. 889 (21), IMO MSC/circular 773 ISO 799 (1986) x x x provision V/23 rule V/23.6 (f), IMO resolution a. 889 (21), IMO MSC/circular 773 2. Marine pollution prevention-the front of the separate meta No.
Separate the name of the subject of the Marpol 73/78 rules, as modified, if required "type-opinion" the Applicable provisions of Marpol 73/78, as corrected, and the relevant IMO resolutions and circulars testing standards conformity assessment modules B + C B + D B + E or B + F G H a. 1/2.1 oil filtering equipment (oil source, not exceeding 15 p.p.m.)
Annex I, rule 16 (4) and (5) of annex I, rule 16 (1) and (2) IMO resolution MEPC 60 (33) x x x a. 1/2.2 the oil/water interface detectors annex I, rule 15 (3) (b) Annex I, rule 15 (3) (b) IMO resolution MEPC 5 (XIII) x x x A 1/2.3 oil source to the meter (s), annex 16 Provisions (4) and (5) of Annex I Rule 16 (1) and (2) IMO resolution MEPC 60 (33) x x x a. 1/2.4 units of measure, of the process for the removal of oil contaminated water shall be affixed on the equipment-horse (oil source, not exceeding 15 p.p.m.)
Points off A 1/2.5 oil discharge monitoring and control system for oil tankers, the provisions of Annex I, 15 (3) (a) of Annex I, rule 15 (3) (A). The IMO resolution 586 (14) x x x a. 1/2.6 waste water processing equipment annex IV, rule 8 (1) (b) annex IV, rule 8 (1) (b) IMO resolution MEPC 2 (VI) x x x x A 1/2.7 on-board a ship furnace in annex VI Rule 16 (2) (a) annex VI, rule 16 (2) (a) IMO resolution MEPC 76 (40) x x x x 3. separate front Fire-throwing No.
Separate the name of the subject of the provisions of SOLAS 74, as corrected, if asked "model opinion the provisions of SOLAS 74 Apply, as corrected, and the relevant IMO resolutions and circulars testing standards conformity assessment modules B + C B + D B + E or B + F G H a. 1/3.1 main deck isolation rule II-2/a, II-2/30.6 rule II-2/a, II-2/30.6 IMO resolution MSC 61 (67), annex 1. , 2 and 6 and annex 2, IMO MSC/circular, 549 x rule II-2/4.4.4, II-2/6-2/II Provisions 4.4.4, II-2/6.3 (A). 1/3.2 portable fire-fighting appliances Regulations II-2/6.1 rule X/3 rule II-2/6, IMO resolution a. 680 (17), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.7.7 and 7.8.4.1.3 (1994 HSC Code) EN 3-1 (1996), 3-2 (1996), 3-3 (1994), 3-4 (1996), 3-5 (1996) + EYE (1997) 3-6 (1995) + A1: × × × (1999) rule, regulation II-2/a/3 X 10.3.1, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 4.1.2 (FSS Code) rule II-2/10.3, IMO resolution a. 680 (17), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 7.7.4, 7.8.4.1.3.7.17.3.7 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 4.1.2, 4.2.1 (FSS Code) a. 1/3.3 Fire Accessories: safety clothing (closed misfit) the provisions of regulation II-2/X/3 rule 17.1.1.1 rule II-2/17.1.1.1 , IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.10.3.1.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO MSC/circular 847 EN 469 (1995), EN 531 (1995) + A1 (1998), EN 1486 (1996), ISO 15538 (2001) x rule, regulation II-2/X/3 10.10.1, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 3.2.1.1.1 (FSS Code) rule II-2/10.10.1, IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 7.10.3.1.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 3.2.1.1.1 (FSS Code) a. 1/3.4 Firefighter accessories : boots rule II-2/3, rule X/17.1.1.2 rule II-2/17.1.1.2, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.10.3.1.2 (1994 HSC Code), EN 344 (1994) + AC (1993) (1997) + A1, EN 344-2 (1996), EN 345 (1992) + A1 (1997), EN 345-2 (1996), class 2 IEC 60903 (1993) rule II-2 x/3 X/10.10.1, rule, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 3.2.1.1.2 (FSS Code) rule II-2/10.10.1, IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 7.10.3.1.2 (2000 HSC Code) , IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 3.2.1.1.2 (FSS Code) a. 1/3.5 Fire Accessories: gloves, rule, regulation II-2/X/3 17.1.1.2 rule II-2/17.1.1.2, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.10.3.1.2 (1994 HSC Code), IMO MSC/circular 847 EN 659 (1996) x rule, regulation II-2/X/3 10.10.1, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 3.2.1.1.1 (FSS Code) rule II-2/10.10.1, IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 7.10.3.1.2 (2000 HSC Code) , IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 3.2.1.1.21 (FSS Code) a. 1/3.6 Fire Accessories: helmet rule, regulation II-2/X/3 17.1.1.3 rule II-2/17.1.1.3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.10.3.1.3 (1994 HSC Code) EN 443 (1997) x rule, regulation II-2/X/3 10.10.1, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 3.2.1.1.3 (FSS Code) rule II-2/10.10.1, IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 7.10.3.1.3 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 3.2.1.1.3 (FSS Code) a. 1/3.7 Isolated the breathing apparatus that works with compressed air rule, regulation II-2/X/3 17.1.1.2 rule II-2/-2/17.2 17.1.2.2, II, II-2/54.2.6.2, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.10.3.2.2, 7.10.3.2.3 (1994 HSC Code) EN 136 137 (1993), EN (1998) rule II-2 x/3 X/10.10.1, rules, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 3.2.1.1.3 (FSS Code) rule-2/II, II-2/19.3.6.2 10.10.1 IMO resolution MSC 97 (73) 7.10.3.2.2 (2000 HSC Code) , IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 3.2.1.2, 3.2.1.3. (FSS Code) a. 1/3.8 with air dependent breathing apparatus used with smoke helmet or dūmmask rule, regulation II-2/X/3 17.1.2 rule II-2/17.1.2.1 IMO resolution MSC 36 (63), 7.10.3.2.1 (1994 HSC Code) EN 138 (1994) x a. 1/3.9 residential spaces, service spaces and control point sprayer system components equivalent to the relevant Provisions of the SOLAS 74 systems II-2/12-2/II 36.1.2 Rules , II-2/36.2, II-2/41-2.5, II-2/rule 52.2 of regulation II-2/12, II-2, II-2//36.1.2 36.2, II-2/41-2.5, 42.5.2, II-2/II-2/52.2 IMO resolution a. 800 (19) x x rule II-2, II-2//7.5.3.2 7.5.5.2, II-2/-2/10.6.1.2 10.6.1.1, II, II-2/10.6.2, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 8.1 (FSS Code) rule II-2, II-2//7.5.3.2 7.5.5.2, II-2/-2/10.6.1.2 10.6.1.1, II, II-2/10.6.2, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 8.1 (FSS Code) a. 1/3.10 nipples rigid smidzināš-NASA fire systems with water pressure in the engine moved to A2/3.11 a. 1/3.11 " A "and" B "class fire resistant partitions (a)" A "Class bulkhead (b)" B "class bulkheads rule II-2, II-2//3.3.5 3.4.4 rule II-2, II-2//3.3.5 3.4.4, II-2/A 16.11 clean, IMO Resolution 754 (18), IMO resolution MSC 61 (67) Annex 1 part 3, and annex 2 (FTP code). IMO MSC/circular 916, IMO circular MSC/1004, IMO circular MSC/1005 x x x rule II-2, II-2//3.3.5 3.4.4 rule II-2/3.3.5, II-2/A 1/3.12 3.4.4 device to avoid flame penetration into the cargo storage oil tankero rule II-2/59.1.5, 59.1.9.4, II-2//rule II-2 II-2/59.2 59.1.5, II-2, II-2/59.1.9.4/59.2 IMO circular MSC/677, IMO circular MSC/1009 x x x rule II-2/4.5.3.3 , 4.5.3.4.1.4, II-2/-2/II, II-2/16.3.2.2.3 4.5.6.1 rule II-2, II-2//4.5.3.3 4.5.3.4.1.4, II-2/2/16.3.2.2.3, II-4.5.6.1 a. 1/3.13 No combustible materials rule 3.1, II-2/X/3 rule the provisions of regulation II-2/3.1, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) in 7.2.4 (1994 HSC Code) IMO resolution A 799 (19), IMO resolution MSC 61 (67), annex 1, part 1 and annex 2 x x x provision, Rule II-2/3.33 X/3 rule II-2/3.33 , IMO resolution 97 (73) 7.2.4 the MSC (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3.14 materials other than steel for pipes that go through the "A" and "B" class bulkheads rule II-2/rule II-2/18.2.1 18.2.1 IMO resolution A 753 (18), IMO resolution 754 (18) (A), IMO resolution MSC 61 (67), annex 1, part 3 x x x rule II-2/9.3.1, 9.3.2 Rules II-2/a/II-2, II-2/9.3.1 9.3.2 a. 1/3.15 materials that is not a steel front pipes that discharged oil or fuel:

(a) pipes and fittings (b) (c) valve hose components rule II-2, II-2//15.2.8 18.2.2 rule X/3 rule-2/II, II-2/15.2.8 18.2.2, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.5.4 (1994 HSC Code) IMO resolution A753 (18), ISO 15540 (1999), ISO 15541 (1999) x x x rule II-2/4.2.2.5.1, 4.2.2.5.6, II-2/rule X/3 rule II-2, II-2/4.2.2.5.1/4.2.2.5.6, IMO resolution 97 (73) 7.5.4 MSC (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3.16 fire doors rule II-2/30.2 , II-2/31.1 and rule II-2/47/II-2, II-2/30.2 31.1 and II-2/47 IMO resolution MSC 61 (67), annex 1, part 4 x x x rule 9.4.1.1.2, II-2/-2/II, II-2/9.4.1.2.1 9.4.2 rule II-2/9.4.1.1.4.15, IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 7.9.3.3 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3.17 fire doors system components of the monitoring Provisions in Regulation II-2/30.4.15, X/3 rule II-2/30.4.15, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.9.3.3 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 61 (67), annex 1. 4 x x x rule 9.4.1.1.4.15, Rule II-2/X/3 rule II-2/9.4.1.1.4.15, IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 7.9.3.3 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3.18 surface materials and floor coating with low fire propagation characteristics of nature: (a) (b) Deco siding painting system (c) (d) floor coating pipe installation casing rule II-2/3.8, II-2/3-2/II, II-2/21.6 30.5, 30.6, regulation II-2/X/3 rule II-2/3.8 , II-2/3.23.4, II-2, II-2//3.23.5 16.1.1, 32.1.4.3.1, II-2/-2/II, II-2/21.3 21.3, II-2/30.5, 30.6, II-2/-2/II, II-2/21.6 50.3.1, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.4.3.5 and 7.4.3.6 7.4.3.4, (1994 HSC Code) IMO resolution A 653 (16), IMO resolution MSC 61 (67), annex 1, part 2 and 5 and annex 2 ISO 1716 (1973), IMO MSC/circular 916, which added to the IMO circular MSC/1008 , IMO MSC/circular 1004 x x x rule II-2/3.29, II-2/5.3.2.4, II-2/6.2, rule X/3 rule II-2/3.29, 3.40.4, II-2/-2/3.40.5 II, 9.7.1.1.1, II-2/II-2/9.7.4.4.3.1/II-2, II-2/5.3.2.4 5.3.1.1, II-2/6.2, IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 7.4.3.5 and 7.4.3.6 7.4.3.4, (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3.19 fabrics, curtains and other worn textiles and film in terms of the provisions of regulation II-2/X/3 3.23.3 regulation II-2/3.23.3 , IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.4.3.3.3 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 61 (67), annex 1, part 7 x x x regulation II-2/3.40.3/II-2, regulation X/3 9.2.2.3.2 Regulation II-2/3.40.3-2/II, 9.2.2.3.2, IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 7.4.3.3.3 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3.20 Not upholstered furniture rules, regulations II-2/X/3 3.23.6 regulation II-2/3.23.6, II-2/21.5, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.4.3.3.4 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 652 (16) , IMO resolution MSC 61 (67), annex 1, part 8 x x x regulation II-2/3.40.6/II-2, regulation X/3 9.2.2.3.2 Regulation II-2/3.40.6/II-2, II-2/9.2.2.3.2 5.3.3, IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 7.4.3.3.4 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3.21 bedding regulation II-2/3.23.7, II-2/26.2, rule X/3-2/II provisions, II-2/26.2 3.23.7, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) of 7.4.3.3.4 (1994 HSC Code) IMO resolution A 688 (17) , IMO resolution MSC 61 (67), annex 1, part 9 x x x regulation II-2/3.40.7/II-2, regulation X/3 9.2.2.3.2 Regulation II-2/3.40.7-2/II 9.2.2.3.2, IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 7.4.3.3.5 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3 fire protection damper 2 16.11.1 II-rules/regulation II-2/16, II-2/32, II-2/48 (A) IMO resolution 754 (18), IMO resolution MSC 61 (67), annex 1, part 3 x x x regulation II-2/9.7.1.2 rules II-2/A 1/3.23 9.7.1.1 non-flammable channels passing through "A" class bulkheads moved to a. a. 1/1/3.26 3.24 electrical cables passing through "A" class bulkheads moved to a. 1/A 1/3.25 3.26 and side Window Here's rules, the provisions of regulation II-2/33-33, II-2/MSC/circular 847 (A) IMO resolution 754 (18), IMO resolution MSC 61 (67), annex 1, part 3, ISO 614 (1989), ISO 1095 (1989), ISO 1751 (1993) , ISO 3254 (1989), ISO 3903 (1993), ISO 3904 (1994), IMO MSC/circular 1004 x x x regulation II-2/regulations II-2/9.4.1.3 9.4.1.3, MSC/circular 847 a.1/3.26 Through "A" class bulkheads walk: (a) electrical cables;
(b) pipes, canals, highways, etc.
Regulation II-2/18.1.1 rules 18.1.1 II-2/A IMO resolution 754 (18), IMO resolution MSC 61 (67), annex 1, part 3 x x x regulation II-2/9.3.1 regulations II-2/3.27 1/A, Via 9.3.1 "B" class bulkheads walk: (a) electrical cables;
(b) pipes, canals, highways, etc.
Regulation II-2/Regulation II-2/18.1.2 18.1.2 (A) IMO resolution 754 (18), IMO resolution MSC 61 (67), annex 1, part 3 x x x regulation II-2/9.3.2 rules II-2/A A 9.3.2.1/3.28 nozzle system (limited to nozzles nozzles and automatic spraying and detection methods, such as floating switches, alarm panels) the provisions of regulation II-2/12.3, II-2, II-2//36.1.2 36.2, II-2/41-2.5 and II-2/52.2 II-2/12, the provisions , II-2, II-2//36.1.2 36.2, II-2/41-2.5 and II-2/52.2 EN 12259-1 (1999), EN 12259-2 (1999), EN 12259-3 (2000), EN 12259-4 (2000), EN 12259-5, ISO 6182-1 (1993), ISO 6182-2 (1993), ISO 6182-3 (1993), ISO 6182-4 (1993), ISO 6182-5 (1995) x x x regulation II-2/10.6.1.2, II-2/10.6.1.1, II-2/10.6.2, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) chapter, Chapter 8.1 (FSS Code) 8.2.5.2.3 regulation II-2/10.6.1.2 , II-2/10.6.1.1, II-2/10.6.2, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) chapter, Chapter 8.1 (FSS Code) 8.2.5.2.3 a. 1/3.29 fire hose regulation II-2/X/3 rule 4.7.1 Regulation II-2/4.7.1, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.7.8.5 (1994 HSC Code) EN 671-2 (2001), EN ISO 15540 (2001), EN ISO 15541 (2001), ISO 15540 (1999), ISO 15541 (1999) x x x rules 10.2.3.1.1, II-2/rule X provisions of regulation II-2/3/10.2.3.1.1 , IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 7.7.5.5 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3.30 oxygen analysis and gas detection equipment rule VI/3.1 Regulation II-2/59.5, 59.4.4.1, II-2/62.17, II-2/59.5, regulation II-2/VI/3.1, MSC/circular 774 (fixed installation) EN 50104 (1999) oxygen, EN 50054 (1991), EN 50057 (1999) combustible gas x x x provisions, II-2/4.5.7.1-2/4.5.7.2.1 II, II-2/4.5.7.2.2, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 15.2.4.2.4 (FSS Code) a. 1/3.31 stationary nozzle system components for high-speed craft Rules X IMO resolution a/3 MSC 36 (63) 7.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO MSC/circular 912 resolution MSC. 44 (65), IMO resolution a. 800 (19) x x x x IMO resolution 97 (73) 7.13.1 MSC (2000 HSC Code), IMO MSC/circular 912 a. 1/3.32 flame restrictive materials (except furniture) for high-speed craft rule X/3 of IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.2.2 (1994 HSC Code) IMO resolution MSC. 40 (64), IMO resolution MSC. 90 (71) x x x IMO resolution MSC 97 (73) 7.2.2 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3.33 flame restrictive materials for furniture for high-speed craft rule X/3 of IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.2.2 (1994 HSC Code) IMO resolution MSC. 40 (64), IMO resolution MSC. 90 (71) x x x IMO resolution MSC 97 (73) 7.2.2 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3.34 flame restrictive partitions high-speed craft rule X/3 of IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.2.1 (1994 HSC Code) IMO resolution MSC. 45 (65) x x x IMO resolution MSC 97 (73) 7.2.1 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3.35 fire doors on high-speed craft rule X/3
IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.2.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 45 (65) x x x IMO resolution MSC 97 (73) 7.2.1 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3.36 fire damper high-speed craft rule X/3 IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) of 7.6.4 (1994 HSC Code) IMO resolution MSC. 45 (65) x x x IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 7.6.4 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3.37 uguniaizturoš the passing Through bulkheads : (a) electrical cables;
(b) pipes, canals, highways, etc. on the high-speed craft rule X/3 IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) of 7.4.2.6 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 45 (65) x x x IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC 7.4.2.6 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3.38 former a. 1/1.35 portable fire-extinguishing equipment for lifeboats and glābējlaiv rule III/4, Regulation X/3 rule III/34, IMO resolution MSC 48 (66) , IMO resolution a. 602 (16), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1.2 (1994 HSC Code) EN 3-1 (1996), 3-2 (1996), 3-3 (1994), 3-4 (1996), 3-5 (1996) + EYE (1997), 3-6 (1995) + A1 (1999) x x x provision III/34, IMO resolution 97 (73) 8.1.2 MSC (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3.39 measures in fire Alternative system components the machine and pump rooms, which is equivalent to the water-based fire-fighting system components rule II-2/10.1 63.1.3, II-2/rule II-2/10.1, II-2/63.1.3 IMO circular MSC/668, IMO circular MSC/728 x x x rule 10.4.1.1.3, II-2/II-2/rule II-2/10.9.1 10.4.1.1.3, II-2, II-2//10.9.1 10.9.3 there, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 7.2.2 (FSS Code) a. 1/3.40 low voltage lighting systems (components front only) rule II-2, II-2//28.1.10 28.1.11, II-2/41-2.4.7 rule II-2, II-2//28.1.10 28.1.11, II-2/41-2.4.7 IMO resolution a.752 (18) or ISO 15370 (2001) x x x x rule II-2/13.3.2.5.1 , 13.3.2.5.2, II-2/IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 11 (FSS Code) rule, II-2/13.3.2.5.1-2/13.3.2.5.2 II, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 11 (FSS Code) a. 1/3.41 breathing devices (EEBD) emergency vessels built before 01.07.02 comply with the provisions of regulation II-2/1.2.2 and 13.4.3 II-2/(IMO resolution MSC. 99 (73) not later than the date of the first inspection after 01.07.02 EN EN 401 400 (1993), (1993), EN 402 (1993) EN 1146 (1997), EN 1061 (1996) x x x rule-2/II, II-2/13.3.4 1.2.2.2, 13.4.3 rule II-2/-2/II, II-2/13.3.4 1.2.2.2, II-2/13.4.3, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 3.2.2 (FSS Code), IMO MSC/circular 849 a. 1/3.42 Inert gas systems components of rule 62.1 rule II-2/II-2/62, IMO MSC/circular 847

IMO MSC/circular 1009, 677,485,450/Rev. 1, 387, 353 and 282, IMO resolution a. 567 (14) and 1 x x x x provision/rule II-2 II-2/4.5.5 4.5.5, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73). 7.7.6 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3.43 boiling fat cooking equipment fire extinguishing systems components (automatic or manual) ships constructed before 01.07.02 comply with the provisions of regulation II-2/2/and II-1.2.2.3 10.6.4 (IMO resolution MSC. 99 (73)) only new equipment ISO 15371 (2000) , ISO 6182-1 (1993) x x x x rule II-2, II-2//1.2.2.3 10.6.4, rule X/3 rule II-2/2/10.6.4.2, II-1.2.2.3-5, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73). 7.7.6 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3.44 firefighter accessories — safety rope rule II-2/17.2, rule X/3 rule II-2/17.2, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.10.3.3 (1994 HSC Code), IMO MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 3.2.1.3 (FSS Code) this standard applies only to vessels built for 01.07.2002 and later x x x rule II-2/10.1, rule X/3 rule II-2/10.1, IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC. 7.10.3.3 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 3.2.1.3 (FSS Code) a. 1/3.45 equivalent fixed gas fire extinguishing systems components for machinery spaces and cargo pump rooms rule II-2/7.1.1, regulation II-2/63, rule X/3 rule II-2/7.1.1, II-2/63,, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.7.4 (1994 HSC Code), IMO MSC/circular 848 x x x rule II-2/10.4.1.1.1 , II-2/3, rule X/10.9.1, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 5.2.5 (FSS Code) rule, 10.4.1.1.1, II-2/II-2/10.9.1, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 7.7.3.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 5.2.5 (FSS Code) a. 1/3.46 equivalent fixed gas fire extinguishing systems components for machinery spaces (aerosol systems) rule 7.1.1, regulation II-2/X/3 rule II-2/7.1.1, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.7.4 (1994 HSC Code), IMO MSC/circular 1007 x x x rule II-2/10.4.1.1.1 Rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 5.2.5 (FSS Code) rule II-2/10.4.1.1.1, IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC. 7.7.3.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 5.2.5 (FSS Code) a. 1/3.47 concentrates the engine room and cargo pump rooms, high-expansion foam grade fixed fire-fighting systems (Maritime Administration approved concentrates) rule rule II-2/9-2/9 II IMO MSC/circular 670 x x x x the rule rule II-2/10.4.1.1.2-2/10.4.1.1.2 II , IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 6.2.2 (FSS Code) a. 1/3.48 fixed limited use for water extinguishing systems components for machinery spaces of category "A" passenger vessels with tonnage and larger 2000B except high-speed passenger craft built before 01.07.2002 must comply with the provisions of regulation II-2/2/and II-1.2.2.4 10.5.6 (IMO MSC Rezolūc. 98 (73) not later than 01.10.2005 IMO MSC/circular 913 x x x x rule II-2/1.2.2.4 Rule II-2/10.5.6, rule X/3-2/II Rules, rule II-2 1.2.2.4/10.5.6, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 7.7.3.2.1 (2000 HSC Code) a. 1/3.49 nozzles fixed pressure water-spraying fire-extinguishing systems, special category spaces, ro-ro cargo spaces, ro-ro spaces and spaces of vehicles rule II-2, II-2/37.1.3/54.2.9, rule X/3 rule-2/II, II-2/38.2.2 37.1.3, II-2/38-1.2, II-2/38-1/3, 53.2.2.1.4, II-2/-2/53.2.2 II , 54.2.9, II-2/IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.8.2 (1994 HSC Code) IMO resolution a.123 (V), IMO MSC/circular 914 x x x rule II-2, II-2//19.3.1.3 19.3.9, II-2/3, rule X/20.6.1.2, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 7 (FSS Code) rule II-2, II-2//19.3.1.3 19.3.9, 20.6.1.1.3, II-2/-2/II, II-2/20.6.1.2 20.6.1.3, II-2/20.6.1.4, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 7.7.3.2.1 (2000 HSC Code) , IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 7 (FSS Code) a. 1/3.50 protective clothing resistant to chemical exposure rule rule II-2/54.2.6.1-2/54.2.6.1 II EN 368 (1992), EN 369 (1993), EN 463 (1994), EN 943-2 (2001) x x x provision rule II-2/19.3.6.1-2/19.3.6.1 II 4. Navigation equipment separate front-meta No.
Separate the name of the subject of the provisions of SOLAS 74, as corrected, if asked "model opinion the provisions of SOLAS 74 Apply, as corrected, and the relevant IMO resolutions and circulars testing standards conformity assessment modules B + C B + D B + E or B + F G H a. 1/4.1 magnetic compass rule V/12 (r) provision V/12 (b), IMO resolution a. 382 (X), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) EN ISO 449 (1999) , EN ISO 694 (2001), ISO 1069 (1973), ISO 2269 (1992), EN 60945 (1997), ISO 449 (1997), ISO 694 (2000), ISO 1069 (1973), ISO 2269 (1992), IEC 60945 (1996) x x x x provision V/18.1 provision V/19.2.1.1, IMO resolution a. 382 (X), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) a. 1/4.2 Streaming magnetic control device (formerly electromagnetic compass) rule V/12 (p), rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.13.1 (1994 HSC Code) rule V/12 (b) , IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.2.5 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 86 (70) Annex 2, IMO resolution a. 694 (17) EN ISO 11606 (2001), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;,
ISO (2000), IEC 60945 11606 (1996). IEC 61162 x x x x V/18.1, Regulation X/3, the provisions of IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO 19.2.3.5 g/resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.2.5 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 86 (70) Annex 2, IMO resolution a. 694 (17) a. 1/4.3 gyro compass rule V/12 (r) provision V/12 (p), IMO resolution a. 424 (XI), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) EN ISO 8728 (1998) EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162, ISO 8728 (1997), IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162 x x x x rule 18.1 rule V/V/19.2.5.1, IMO resolution a. 424 (XI), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) a. 1/4.4 the Radar equipment moved to a.1/4.34, a. 1/1/4.36 4.35 and a. a. 1/4.5 Radar automatic data processing (ARP) moved to a.1/4.34 a. 1/Eholat equipment rule 4.6 V/12 (r) Rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.13.1 (1994 HSC Code) rule V/12 (k), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.4 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 224 (VII) corrections to the IMO resolution MSC74 (69) Annex 4, IMO resolution a. 694 (17) EN ISO 9875 (1997), EN 60945 (1997); EN 61162IS-9875 (2000), IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162 x x x x V/18.1, Regulation X/3, the provisions of IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO g/19.2.3.1 resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.4.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 224 (VII) corrections to the IMO resolution MSC74 (69) Annex 4, IMO resolution a. 694 (17) a. 1/4.7 device that indicates the speed and distance (SDM) rule V/12 (r) Rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.13.1 (1994 HSC Code) rule V/12 (l), IMO resolution a. 824 (19) with corrections to IMO resolution MSC 96 (72), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.3 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) EN 61023 (1999), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
IEC 61023 (1999), IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162 x x x x V/18.1, Regulation X/3, the provisions of IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO 19.2.3.4 g/A of Resolution 824 (19) with corrections to IMO resolution MSC. 96 (72), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.3 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) (A). 1/4 wheel angle, rpm, aksiometr point is divided into three moved to A 4.20-1/21-22 a. 1/4.9 g/12 Provisions tachometer (r) Rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.13.1 (1994 HSC Code) rule V/12 (n), rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.7.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 526 (13), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), IMO resolution a. 526 (13), (19997) EN 61162IM EN 60945 resolution a. 526 (13) IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162, x x x x V/18.1, Regulation X/3 rule , IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO g/19.2.9.1 resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.7.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 526 (13), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) a. 1/4.10 Pelengator point a. 1/off 4.11 "Loran-C" equipment provision V/12 (p), rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.13.1 (1994 HSC Code) rule V/12 (p), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.6 (1994 HSC Code) , IMO resolution a. 818 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) EN 61075 (1993), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162; IEC 61075 (1991), IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162;

x x x x V/18.1, Regulation X/3, the provisions of IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO 19.2.1.6 g/resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.6 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 818 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) a. 1/4.12 "Chayka" equipment provision V/12 (p), rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.13.1 (1994 HSC Code) rule V/12 (p), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.6 (1994 HSC Code) , IMO resolution a. 818 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) EN 61075 (1993), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162; IEC 61075 (1991), IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162;

x x x x V/18.1, Regulation X/3, the provisions of IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO 19.2.1.6 g/resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.6 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 818 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) a. 1/4.13 "DECA" equipment dot the navigator off a. 1/4.14 "GPS" equipment provision V/12 (p), rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.13.1 (1994 HSC Code) rule V/12 (p) , IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.6 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 818 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), EN 61108-1 (1996), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162; IEC 61108-1 (1994), IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162;

x x x x V/18.1, Regulation X/3, the provisions of IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO 19.2.1.6 g/resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.6 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 818 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) a. 1/4.15 "GLON" equipment provision V/12 (p), rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.13.1 (1994 HSC Code)

Provision V/12 (p), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.6 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 53 (66), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), EN 61108-2 (1998), EN 60945 (1997)), EN 61162;
IEC 61108-2 (1998, IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162;

x x x x V/18.1, Regulation X/3, the provisions of IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO 19.2.1.6 g/resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.6 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 53 (66), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) a. 1/4.16 course control system (HSC) (car stūrētāj) provision provision V/g/18.1 19.2.8.2, IMO resolution a. 342 (IX), as corrected by IMO resolution MSC 64 (67) annex II of 3. , IMO resolution a. 694 (17) EN/ISO 11674 (2001), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
ISO 11674 (2000), ice (1996), IEC 61162 60945 x x x x A 1/4 of the motor driving the winch to A 1/A 1/9 1.40 GHz SAR transponder 4.18 rule III/4, Regulation IV/14, Regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.13.1 (1994 HSC Code) rule 6.2.2, III/IV/7.1.3, the provisions of IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.2.1.2 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 530 (13) , IMO resolution a. 802 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-R m. 628-3 (11/93) EN 610097-1 (1993), EN 60945 (1997);
IEC 61097-1 (1992), IEC 60945 (1996) x x x x provision III/4, Regulation IV/14 X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) rule 6.2.2 provision III/IV/7.1.3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.7.1.3 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 530 (13), IMO resolution a. 802 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-R m. 628-3 (11/93) a. 1/4.19 Radar equipment for high-speed craft point moved to a. 1/1.40 a. 1/4.20 rudder angle indicator, the rule V/12 (r) rule X/3 , IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.13.1 (1994 HSC Code) rule V/12 (m), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.7.2 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), EN 60945 (1997);
IEC 60945 (1996);

x x x x V/18.1, Regulation X/3, the provisions of IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO 19.2.5.4 g/resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.7.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) a. 1/propeller revolution indicator 4.21 a provision V/12 (r) provision V/12 (m), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), EN 60945 (1997);
IEC 60945 (1996);

x x x x rule 18.1 rule V/V/19.2.5.4, IMO resolution a. 694 (17) a. 1/4.22 in longitudinal šupošan indicator, the rule V/12 (r) provision V/12 (m), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), EN 60945 (1997);
IEC 60945 (1996);

x x x x rule 18.1 rule V/V/19.2.5.4, IMO resolution a. 694 (17) a. 1/23 rescue and rescue boat compasses rule III/4 rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.13.1 (1994 HSC Code) rule III/34, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 48 (66) 4.4.8.5., 5.1.2.2.3 EN ISO 613 (2001), ISO 10316 (1990) ISO 613 (2000) , ISO 10316 (1990) x x x x provision III/4 rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) rule III/34, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 8.1.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC). 48 (66) 4.4.8.5, a. 1/4.24 5.1.2.2.3 Radar automatic data processing (ARPA) for high-speed craft moved to the point (A) 1/1/4.25 4.37 a. Automatic track control equipment (AT) point to A 1/A 1/4.26 4.35 automatic control equipment of the road (AT) for high-speed craft point moved to a. 1/a. 4.38 1/4.27
In the course of the ship's electronic tagging device (EPA) point moved to a. 1/a. 4.28 4.36 1/integrated bridge system of the ship rule V/18.7 provision X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.4 (2000 HSC Code) g/12.0 Rules, IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC. 15.4.3 (2000 HSC Code) IMO resolution MSC. 64 (67), Pielikums1, IMO resolution a. 694 (17) EN 61209 (1999), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
IEC 61209 (1999), IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162;

x x x x a. 1/4.29 a voyage data recorder (VDR)/V, V/18.1, regulation X/3 20.2, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) rule V/20, IMO resolution a. 861 (20), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.16 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) EN 61996 (2001), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
IEC 61996 (2000), IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162;

x x x x a. 1/4.30 electronic map display and information system (ECDIS) with backup, and raster map display system (AMT. RCD) Rules, rule g/18.1 X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) Rules, rule g/g/19.2.1.5 19.2.1.4, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.8 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 817 (19) as corrected by IMO resolution MSC. 64 (67) Annex 5 and with IMO resolution MSC. 86 (70) Annex 4 , IMO resolution a. 694 (17) EN 61174 (2000), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
IEC 61174 (2002), IEC 60945 (1996)), IEC 61162,;

x x x x a. 1/4.31 gyro compass for high-speed craft rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.2.6 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 821 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) ISO 16328 (2001), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
ISO 16328 (2001), IEC 60945 (1996)), IEC 61162,;

Rule X x x x x/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.4 (2000 HSC Code) IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.2.6 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 821 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) a. 1/4.32 global automatic identification system (AIS) equipment provision V/18.1, regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) V/19.2.4 Rules, IMO resolution MSC. 74 (69) Annex 3 , IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 1.15 p.m. (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-r. M. 1371-1 (10/00) EN 61993-2 (2002), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
IEC 61993-2 (2002), IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162;

x x x x a. 1/4.33 ship course control system Regulations, rule 11.6 g/X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.4 (2000 HSC Code), IMO g/19.2.8.2 resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.12 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 74 (69) Annex 2, IMO resolution a. 694 (17) EN 62065 (2002), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
IEC 62065 (2002), IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162;

x x x x a.1/4.34 Radar equipment with automatic radar data processing device (ARPA) rule V/12 (r) provision V/12 (g), regulation V/12 (h), regulation V/12 (j), IMO resolution a. 278 (VIII) IMO resolution a. 477 (XII) as corrected by IMO resolution MSC. 64 (67) Annex 4, IMO resolution a. 823 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-r. M. 628-3 (11/93), ITU-r. M. 1177-2 (05/00), EN 60936-1 (2000), EN 60872-1 (1998), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
IEC 60936-1 (1999), IEC 60872-1 (1998), IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162;

x x x x provision provision V/g/18.1, Regulation V/19.2.3.2 19.2.7.1, rule V/19.2.8.1), IMO resolution a. 278 (VIII) IMO resolution a. 477 (XII) as corrected by IMO resolution MSC. 64 (67) Annex 4, IMO resolution a. 823 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-r. M. 1177-2 (05/00) a. 1/4.35 Radar equipment with automatic vessel course control device (ATA) rule V/12 (r) provision V/12 (g), regulation V/12 (h), regulation V/12 (j), IMO resolution a. 278 (VIII) IMO resolution a. 477 (XII) as corrected by IMO resolution MSC. 64 (67) Annex 4, IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-r. M. 628-3 (11/93), ITU-r. M. 1177-2 (05/00), EN 60936-1 (2000), EN 60872-2 (1998), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
IEC 60936-1 (1999), IEC 60872-2 (1998), IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162;

x x x x provision provision V/g/18.1, Regulation V/19.2.3.2 19.2.7.1, rule V/19.2.5.5, IMO resolution a. 278 (VIII) IMO resolution a. 477 (XII) as corrected by IMO resolution MSC. 64 (67) Annex 4, IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-r. M. 628-3 (11/93), ITU-r. M. 1177-2 (05/00) a. 1/4.36 Radar equipment with electronic radar data processing device (EPA) rule V/12 (r) provision V/12 (g), regulation V/12 (h), regulation V/12 (j), IMO resolution a. 278 (VIII) IMO resolution a. 477 (XII) as corrected by IMO resolution MSC. 64 (67) Annex 4, IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-r. M. 628-3 (11/93), ITU-r. M. 1177-2 (05/00), EN 60936-1 (2000), EN 60872-3 (1999), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
IEC 60936-1 (1999), IEC 60872-3 (1999), IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162;

x x x x provision provision V/g/18.1, Regulation V/19.2.3.3 19.2.3.2, rule V/19.2.7.1, IMO resolution a. 278 (VIII) IMO resolution a. 477 (XII) as corrected by IMO resolution MSC. 64 (67) Annex 4, IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-r. M. 628-3 (11/93), ITU-r. M. 1177-2 (05/00) a. 1/4.37 Radar equipment with automatic radar data processing device (ARPA) for high-speed craft rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.5 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 820 (19), IMO resolution a. 823 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-r. M. 628-3 (11/93), ITU-r. M. 1177-2 (05/00), EN 60936-2 (1999), EN 60872-1 (1998), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
IEC 60936-2 (1998), IEC 60872-1 (1998), IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162;

Rule X x x x x/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.5 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution), a. 820 (19), IMO resolution a. 823 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-r. M. 628-3 (11/93), ITU-r. M. 1177-2 (05/00) a. 1/4.38 Radar equipment with automatic vessel course control (AT) high speed craft regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.5 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 820 (19), IMO resolution MSC. 64 (67) Annex 4, IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-r. M. 628-3 (11/93), ITU-r. M. 1177-2 (05/00), EN 60936-2 (1999), EN 60872-2 (1998), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
IEC 60936-2 (1998), IEC 60872-2 (1998), IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162;

Rule X x x x x/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.5 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 820 (19), IMO resolution MSC. 64 (67) Annex 4, IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-r. M. 628-3 (11/93), ITU-r. M. 1177-2 (05/00) a. 1/4.39 Radar reflector

Rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO 19.2.1.7 g/resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.13 IMO resolution a.384 (X), EN 60945 (1997), EN ISO 8729 (1998);
IMO resolution a.384 (X), IEC 60945 (1996), ISO 8729 (1997) x x x x 5. Radiocommunication equipment separate front-meta No.
Separate the name of the subject of the provisions of SOLAS 74, as corrected, if asked "model opinion the provisions of SOLAS 74 Apply, as corrected, and the relevant IMO resolutions and circulars testing standards conformity assessment modules B + C B + D B + E or B + F G H a. 1/5.1 VHF radio equipment that can transmit and receive DSC (digital selective call) and of rule V/14 radiotelephone, rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.13.1 (1994 HSC Code) , IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) rule IV/7.1.1, regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.6.1.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.7.1.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 385 (X), IMO resolution a. 524 (13), IMO resolution a. 803 (19), IMO resolution a. 81 (19) as amended by IMO resolution MSC 68 (68) Annex 1, IMO resolution a. 694 (17) R.M., ITU-489-2 (10/95), ITU-R.M. 493-10 (05/00), ITU-r. M 541-8 (10/97), ITU-r. M 689-2 (11/93), IMO MSC/circular 862 ETS 300 162-2 (2000-12) EN 301925 (V 1.1.1), ETS 300338 (V 1.2.1 1999.04), EN 300828 (V 1.1.1 1998-03), IMO MSC/circular EN 60945, IEC 61097 862;-3 (1994), IEC 61097-7 (1996), IEC 60945 (1996), IMO MSC/circular, IEC 61162 862 x x x x a. 1/5.2 VHF digital selective calling (DSC) radio station rule V/14, regulation X/3 , IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) rule IV/7.1.2, regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.6.1.2 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.7.1.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 803 (19), IMO resolution MSC 68 (68) Annex 1, IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-R.M. 489-2 (10/95), ITU-R.M. 493-10 (05/00) , ITU-R. M 541-8 (10/97).
EN 300338 (V 1.2.1 1999-04), EN 301033 (V 1.1.1 1998-08), EN 300828 (V 1.1.1 1998-05), EN 60945 (1997), IEC 61097-3 (1994), IEC 61097-8 (1998), IEC 60945 (1996) x x x x a. 1/5.3 NAVTEX receiver g/14, the provisions of rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) rule X, rule IV/7.1.4/3 , IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.6.1.4 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.7.1.24 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 525 (13), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-R.M. 540-2 (06/90), ITU-R.M. 625 (10/95), ITU-r. M 625 (10/95) EN 300 065 V 1.1.3 (2001-5), EN 301011 V 1.1.1 (1998-09), IEC 61097-7 (1995), IEC 60945 (1996) x x x x a. 1/5.4 multi-purpose tray (EGC) rules, rule g-14 X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) rule IV/7.1.5, regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.6.1.5 (1994 HSC Code) , IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.7.1.5 (2000 HSC Code) IMO resolution a. 570 (14), IMO resolution a. 664 (16), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) ETS 300 460 Issue. 1 (1997-11) + A1 (1997-11), EN 300829 V 1.1.1 (1998-03);
IEC 61097-4 (1994), IEC 60945 (1996) x x x x a. 1/5.5 shortwave maritime safety information (MSI) equipment (shortwave NBDP receiver) rules, rule g-14 X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) rule IV/7.1.5, regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.6.1.5 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.7.1.5 (2000 HSC Code) , IMO resolution a. 703 (17), IMO resolution a. 700 (17), IMO resolution a. 788 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-R-491-1 (07/86), ITU-492-6 R.M. (10/95), ITU-R m. 540-2 (06/90), ITU-R m. 625-3 (10/95), ITU-R 688 (06/90) Issue 1 ETS 300 067 (1992-09) + A1 (1998-09), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
ETS 300 067 Issue 1 (1992-09) + A1 (1998-09 IEC 61097-2, (1994), IEC 60945 (1996), MSC/circular 862 x x x x a. 1/5.6 406 MHz maritime emergency radio buoys (COSP-SARSAT) rules, rule g-14 X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) rule IV/7.1.6, regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.6.1.6 (1994 HSC Code) , IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.7.1.6 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 662 (16), IMO resolution a. 696 (17), IMO resolution a. 810 (19) as corrected in IMO resolution MSC56 (66) and IMO resolution MSC. 120 (74), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-R-633-2 (02/97), ITU-R m. 690-1 (10/95), IMO MSC/circular 862 300066 V 1.3.1 ETS (2001-05), EN 60945 (1997), IEC 61097 MSC/circular 862-2 (1994) IEC 60945 (1996), MSC/circular 862 x x x x a. 1/5.7 Inmarsat (EPIRB) radio buoy with the L-bar rule V/14, rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) rule IV/7.1.6, regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.6.1.6 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.7.1.6 (2000 HSC Code) , IMO resolution a. 662 (16), IMO resolution a. 812 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-R 632-3 (02/97), ITU-R m. 690-1 (10/95), IMO MSC/circular Issue 1 862 ETS 300 372 (1996-05), EN 60945 (1997), IEC 61097 MSC/circular 862-5 (1997), MSC/circular 862 x x x x a. 1/2182 kHz 5.8 emergency message receiver Points off A 1/5.9 Two-tone alarm generator Points off A 1/5.10 Medium wave radio equipment that is able to transmit and receive digital selective call and provision of radiotelephone V/14, rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) rule IV/9.1.1, rule X, rule IV/10.1.2/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.8.1.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.9.1.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 804 (19) as corrected in IMO resolution MSC 68 (68) Annex 2 , IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-R M 493-10 (05/00), ITU-R M 541-8 (10/97) EN 300338 V 1.2.1 (1999-04), issue 1 ETS 300373 (1995-08) + A1 (1997-05), EN 60945 (1997); IMO MSC/circular 862, EN 61162;
IEC 61097-3 (1994), IEC 61097-9 (1997), IEC 60945 (1996), IMO MSC/circular 862, EN 61162;

x x x x a. 1/5.11 the Medium wave radio station of DSC receiver radiotelephone provision V/14, rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) rule IV/9.1.2, Regulation IV/10.1.3, rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.8.1.2 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.9.1.2 (2000 HSC Code) , IMO resolution a. 804 (19) as corrected in IMO resolution MSC 68 (68) Annex 2, IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-R M 493-10 (05/00), ITU-R M 541-8 (10/97), ITU-r. M. 1173 (10/95) EN 301033 V 1.1.1 (1998-08), EN 300338 V 1.2.1 (1999-04), EN 60945 (1997);
IEC 61097-3 (1994), IEC 61097-8 (1998), IEC 60945 (1996) x x x x a. 1/5.12 Inmarsat-B ship station (SES) provision V/14, rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) rule X, rule IV/10.1.1/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.8.1.2 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.9.1.2 (2000 HSC Code) , IMO resolution a. 570 (14), IMO resolution a. 808 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), IMO MSC/circular IEC 61097-862 10 (1999), IMO MSC/circular 862, IEC 60945 (1996) x x x x a. 1/5.13 Inmarsat-C ship station (SES) provision V/14, rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) rule IV/10.1.1 Rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.9.1.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.10.1.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 570 (14), IMO resolution a. 664 (17)-used where train station is the EGC functions, IMO resolution a. 807 (19) as corrected in IMO resolution MSC 68 (68) Annex 4, IMO resolution a. 694 (17), IMO MSC/circular issue 1 862 ETS 300460 (1996-05) + A1 (1997-11) EN 300829 V 1.1.1 (1998-03), EN 61162, MSC/IMO circular 862 IEC 61097-4 (1994), IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162, MSC/IMO circular 862 x x x x a. 1/average 5.14/short wave radio equipment and receiving DSC, NBDP and radiotelephony (equipment with a two-tone alarm generator and transmission on A3H are not applied in a range of test standards) rules, rule 14 g/X/3 , IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) rule IV/10.2.1, regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.9.2.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.10.2.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 788 (19), as corrected in IMO resolution MSC 68 (68) Annex 3, IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-R.M. 476-5 (10/97) , ITU-R.M. 491-1 (07/86), ITU-492-6 R.M. (10/95), ITU-R-493-10 (05/00), ITU-R.M. 541-8 (10/95), ITU-r. M. 625-3 (10/95), ITU-r. M. 1173 (10/95), IMO MSC/circular Issue 1 862 ETS 300 373. (1995-08) + a. 1 (1997-08), EN 300338 V 1.2.1 (1999-04), ETS 300 067 Issue 1 (1990-11) + A1 (1993-10), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162, MSC/IMO circular 862 IEC 61097-3 (1994), IEC 61097-9 (1997), IEC 61097-11 (2000), IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162, MSC/IMO circular 862 x x x x a. 1/mean/long Radiotelephone 5.15 wave DSC receiver rule g-14 Rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) rule IV/10.2.2, rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.9.2.2 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.10.2.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 788 (19), as corrected in IMO resolution MSC 68 (68) Annex 3, IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-R.M. 493-10 (05/00) R.M., ITU-541-8 (10/95) EN 301033 V 1.1.1 (1998-08), ETS 300338 V 1.2.1 (1999-04), EN 60945 (1997);
IEC 61097-3 (1994), IEC 61097-8 (1998), IEC 60945 (1996) x x x

x a. 1/5.16 Aeronautical VHF two-way radio telephone provision V/14, rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO IV/7.5 resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.7.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC 80 (70) Pielikums1 and 2, IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ICAO Convention, annex 10 radio rules EN 301688 V 1.1.1 (2000-07) EN 60945 (1997), EN 301688 V 1.1.1 (2000-07), IEC 60945 (1996) x x x x a. 1/5.19 portable two-way VHF radiotelefonaparāt rescue boats provision III/4, regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 8.1.6 and 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) rule III/6.2.1, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.2.1.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 8.2.1.1 (2000 HSC Code) , IMO resolution a. 809 (19) Annex 1, IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-r. M. 489-2 (10/95), ITU-R.M. 542.1 (07/82) ETS Issue 3 300225 (1998-01), EN 300828 V 1.1.1 (1998-03), EN 60945 (1997);
IEC 61097-12 (1996), IEC 60945 (1996) x x x x a. 1/5.18 installed two-way VHF radiotelefonaparāt rescue boats provision III/4, regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 14.13.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 8.1.6 and 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) rule III/6.2.1, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.2.1.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 8.2.1.1 (2000 HSC Code) , IMO resolution a. 809 (19) Annex 2, IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-r. M. 489-2 (10/95) EN 301466 (2000-05), EN 60945 (1997);
EN 3001 466 (2000-11), IEC 60945 (1997) x x x x maritime Department Director a. Krastiņš annex 2 equipment, which detailed testing standards exist in international instruments 1. Rescue features a separate front-meta No.
Separate the name of the subject of the provisions of SOLAS 74, as corrected, if asked "model opinion the provisions of SOLAS 74 Apply, as corrected, and the relevant IMO resolutions and circulars testing standards conformity assessment modules B + C B + D B + E or B + F G H a. 2/1.1 Radar reflector for liferafts rule III/4, III/34, IMO resolution MSC. 48 (66) a. 2/1.2 Hidrokostīm materials rule III/4, III/34, IMO resolution MSC. 48 (66) a. 2/1.3 former a. 1/1.22 free floating in the water in the device drop-down rescue vessels Regulations III/34, IMO resolution MSC. 48 (66) a. 2/1.3 a new point in the general public and alert system of rule III/6 (5), the LSA Code 7.2, IMO resolution a. 830 (18), MSC/circular 808, IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC. 4.2.2 (2000 HSC Code) a. 2/1.4 former a. 1/1.29 rule III/4, regulation X/3 rule III/34, IMO resolution MSC. 48 (66), IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 8.1 (1994 HSC Code) ISO 799-1980 rule III/4, regulation X/3 rule III/34, IMO resolution MSC. 48 (66), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 8.1 (2000 HSC Code) 2. Marine pollution prevention-the front of the separate meta No.
Separate the name of the subject of the Marpol 73/78 rules, as modified, if required "type-opinion" the Applicable provisions of Marpol 73/78, as corrected, and the relevant IMO resolutions and circulars testing standards conformity assessment modules B + C B + D B + E or B + F G H a. 2/2.1 new Board NOx monitoring point and annex VI of the registration device resolution 2 Chapter 1 provision 1.3.9, resolution 2 Chapter 2 provision of 2.1.2.5 and Resolution 2 Chapter 6.1 annex VI resolution 2 Chapter 1 provision 1.3.9 Resolution 2 Chapter 2 provision of 2.1.2.5 and Resolution 2 Chapter 6.1 will IMO a. 2/2.2 new point in the ship's exhaust gas purification systems annex VI Regulation 13.3 (b)) (i) and (b) the provisions of 14.4 Annex VI Regulation 13.3 (b) (i) and 14.4 (b) Provisions will be developed at IMO a. 2/2.3 New point Board NOx emissions reduction equivalent to annex VI to the rules of the method 13.3 (b) (ii) of annex VI to Regulation 13.3 (b) (ii) will be developed in IMO a. 2/2.34 New point other technological methods to limit SOx emissions in Annex VI Rule 14.4 (c) annex VI to Regulation 14.4 (c) will IMO 3. Pretugunsgrēk protection of a separate front-meta No.
Separate the name of the subject of the provisions of SOLAS 74, as corrected, if asked "model opinion the provisions of SOLAS 74 Apply, as corrected, and the relevant IMO resolutions and circulars testing standards conformity assessment modules B + C B + D B + E or B + F G H a. 2/3.1 Not portable and transportable extinguishers rule II-2/6.1, II-2/7.1.3, II-2/7.2.3, 7.3.1, regulation II-2/X/3 rule II-2/6.1 , II-2/7.1.3, II-2/7.2.3, II-2/7.3.1, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.5.6.11.2, 7.5.6.11.3 (1994 HSC Code) EN 1866 (1998) ISO 11601 (1999) rule, II-2/10.5.1.2.2-2/10.5.2.2.2 II, 10.5.3.2.1, II-2/rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 4.1.2 (FSS Code) rule II-2/10.5.1.2.2, 10.5.2.2.2, II-2/II-2/10.5.3.2.1, IMO resolution 97 (73) 7.5.6.11.2 MSC., 7.5.6.11.3 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 4.1.2 (FSS Code) a. 2/3.2 nozzles fixed pressure water-spraying fire-extinguishing systems for special category spaces moved to a.1/3.49








A. 2/3.3 starting the Generator device the cold weather rule 44.2 rule II-1/X/3 rule II-1/44.2, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 12.4 (1994 HSC Code) regulations II-1/44.2, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 12.4 (2000 HSC Code) a. 2/3.4 nozzles for different purposes (spray/strūklveid) Rules-2/II, rule II-2 4.8.4/41-2.1.5 rule X/3 rule II-2/4.8.4, rule II-2/41-2.1.5, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.7.8.6 (1994 HSC Code) rule II-2/10.2.3.3.4 Rule X, rule II-2/3/10.2.3.3.4, IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC. 7.7.5.6 (2000 HSC Code) a. 2/3.5 fixed fire detection and fire alarm system of periodically visited the premises of mechanics not rule Rule II-2/13, II-2/14.1 X/3 rule rule Rule II-2/13, II-2/14, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.7.1 (1994 HSC Code) EN 54-2 (1997) + AC (1999), EN 54-4 (1997) + AC (1999) the provisions of regulation II-2/7.2.2 , II-2/7.4, rule II-2/3, rule X/7.4.1, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 9 (FSS Code) rule-2/II, II-2/7.4 7.2.2, rule II-2/7.4.1, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 7.7.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 9 (FSS Code) a. 2/3.6 smoke detectors rule II-2/X/3 Rules 13.3.2, rule II-2/13.3.2, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.7.1 (1994 HSC Code) EN 54-7 (2000) , pr EN 54-12, pr EN 54-15 rule II-2/II-2/7.4, 7.2.2, rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 9.2.3.1.2 (FSS Code) rule-2/II, II-2/7.4 7.2.2, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 7.7.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 9.2.3.1.2 (FSS Code) a. 2/3.7 heat detector rule II-2/8.3 X/3 rule rule II-2/13.3.3, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.7.1 (1994 HSC Code) EN 54-5 (2000) , EN 54-6 (1982) + A1 (1998), pr EN 54-15 rule II-2/II-2/7.4, 7.2.2, rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 9.2.3.1.3 (FSS Code) rule-2/II, II-2/7.4 7.2.2, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 7.7.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 9.2.3.1.3 (FSS Code) a. 2/3.8 Sealed lamp rule 17.1.1.4, Rule II-2/X/3 rule II-2/17.1.1.4, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.10.3.1.4 (1994 HSC Code) IEC Publication 79 rule II-2/10.10 Rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 3.2.1.1.4 (FSS Code) rule II-2/10, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 7.10.3.1.4 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 3.2.1.1.4 (FSS Code) a. 2/3.9, protective clothing resistant to chemical substances to A 1/A 2/3.50 3.10 low voltage lighting system moved to A 1/A 2/3-3.40 former a. 2/3.10 nipples rigid pressure water spraying fire-extinguishing systems in machinery spaces rule II-2/10.1 Rule X/3 rule II-2/10.1, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.7.4 (1994 HSC Code) rule II-2/10.4 IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 7 (FSS Code). Not included in the 2000 HSC Code.
Rule II-2/10.4, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 7 (FSS Code) a. 2/3.12 equivalent fixed gas fire extinguishing systems components for machinery spaces and cargo pump rooms to a.1/3.45 a. 2/3.13 breathing apparatus with compressed air rule, Rule II-2/X/3 17.1.2 rule II-2/17.1.2, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.10.3.2.1 (1994 HSC Code) EN 139 (1994) + AC (1995) + A1 (1999) the provisions of regulation II-2/10.10.1 Rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 3 (FSS Code).
Rule II-2/10.10.1, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 7.10.3.2.1 (2000 HSC Code, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 3 (FSS Code).
A. 2/3.14 fire hose (reel type) the provisions of regulation II-2/X/3 rule 4.7.1 Regulation II-2/4.7.1, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.7.8.5 (1994 HSC Code) EN 671-1 (1994) + AC (1995) the provisions of regulation II-2/10.2.3.1.1, 10.2.3.3.2, II-2/rule X/3 rule II-2, II-2/10.2.3.1.1/10.2.3.3.2, IMO resolution 97 (73) MSC. 7.7.5.5 (2000 HSC Code) a. 2/3.15 Smoke extraction and determination of samples of components of the system of rule II-2/13-1 rule II-2/13-1 rule II-2/7.6 , II-2, II-2//19.3.3 20.4.2, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 10 (FSS Code) rule II-2, II-2/7.6/19.3.3, II-2/20.4.2, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 10 (FSS Code) a. 2/3.16 fire detectors rule II-2/13-2/3 rule X, rule II-2/13, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.7.1 (1994 HSC Code) Pr EN 54-10







Rule II-2/7.1, 7.2.2, regulation II-2/X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 9.2.3.1.1 (FSS Code) rule II-2/7.1, 7.2.2, II-2/IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73), 7.7.1.5 7.7.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 9.2.3.1.1 (FSS Code) a. 2/3.17 manual notification sites rule 13 rule II-2/X/3 rule II-2/13, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.7.1 (1994 HSC Code) Pr EN 54-11 rule II-2/7.1 , II-2/3, rule X/7.2.2, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 9.2.1.1 (FSS Code) rule II-2/7.1, 7.2.2, II-2/IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 7.7.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 9.2.1.1 (FSS Code) a. 2/3.18 signalling devices Regulations II-2/13 X/3 rule II-2/13, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.7.1 (1994 HSC Code) Pr EN 54-3 (2001) the provisions of regulation II-2/7.1 , II-2/3, rule X/7.2.2, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 9.2.5 (FSS Code) rule II-2/7.1, 7.2.2, II-2/IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 7.7.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 9.2.5 (FSS Code) a. 2/3.19 fixed limited use for water extinguishing systems components for machinery spaces of category "A" moved to A 1/2/A 3.20 Not 3.48 upholstered furniture moved to A 1/2 A New 3.20./3.21 point color and flammable liquid fire extinguishing systems components of housing provision in rule II-2/II-2/18.7 18.7 IMO MSC/circular 847 rule 10.6.3 rule II-2/II-2/A/2 10.6.3. New paragraph 3.22 of the galley exhaust duct fixed fire-extinguishing system components rule II-2, II-2//16.7.4 32.1.9.3 rule-2/II, II-2/32.1.9.3 16.7.4 rule II-2/rule II-2/9.7.5 9.7.5 a. 2/3.23 New point the helicopter deck fire extinguishing systems components rule rule II-2/18.8.2.3-2/18.8.2.3 II, IMO resolution a. 855 (20) the provisions of Regulation II-2/a-2/II 18.1.2 18.1.2 (A) 2/3.24 New point portable foam applicator kits rule II-2/6.4 Rule X/3 rule 6.4, II-2/IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.8.4.1.2 (1994 HSC Code) rule X/3 IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 7.8.4.1.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 4.1.2 (FSS Code) a. 2/3.25, a new point "C" class bulkheads rule rule II-2 II-2/3.5/3.5 IMO resolution a. 799 (19), IMO resolution a.653 (16), IMO resolution MSC 61 (67) Pielikums1, 1., 2., and part 5 and annex 2 , ISO 1716 (1973) the provisions of regulation II-2/3.10 rule II-2/A/2 3.5 3.26 New point Gāzveidīg of the fuel system to be used for domestic purposes (components) the provisions of regulation II-2/51 rule II-2/51 rule II-2/4.3 rule II-2/A 2/3.27 New 4.3 points for fixed gas fire extinguishing systems (CO2) components of rule 5.2 rule II-2/X/3 rule II-2/5.2, unmodified, II-2/-2/II, II-2/38.2.1 39.1, II-2/53.1, 53.2.2.1, II-2/II-2/63.1.1 , IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.7.6.2, 7.15 (1994 HSC Code) Pr EN 12094, 1-20. Under rule 10.4.1.1.1, Rule II-2/X/3 rule II-2/10.4.1.1.1-2/II, II-2/10.5.1.1 10.6.3.1.1, II-2, II-2//10.7.1.1 10.7.1.3, II-2/10.9.1.1, IMO resolution 97 (73) 7.7.3.3 MSC., 7.15, 7.17.3.8.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 5.2.2 (FSS Code) a. 2/3.28 New point Medium expansion foam fire extinguishing system the degree components-fixed deck foam for tankers of the delete rule II of the equipment-2/rule II-2/61.4 61.4 IMO MSC/circular rule II-2/798 10.8.1 clause II-2/10.8.1, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 14 (FSS Code) a. 2/3.29 New point fixed low-expansion foam fire-extinguishing system in the degree of components engine and tanker deck protection rule II-2/8, II-2/rule 61.4 II-2/8, II-2/61.4 IMO circular MSC/582 and Chorus 1 rule II-2/rule II-2/10.8.1 10.8.1, IMO resolution MSC. 98 (73) Chapter 6.2.3 (FSS Code) a. 2/3.30 New point chemical tanker fixed foam fire-extinguishing systems IMO resolution MSC 4 (48) Chapter 11 paragraph 11.3 (IBC Code), IMO resolution MSC. Chapter 4 (48) 11 paragraph 11.3 (IBC Code), IMO MSC/circular 799, 582, 553 4. Navigation equipment separate front-meta No.
Separate the name of the subject of the provisions of SOLAS 74, as corrected, if asked "model opinion the provisions of SOLAS 74 Apply, as corrected, and the relevant IMO resolutions and circulars testing standards conformity assessment modules B + C B + D B + E or B + F G H a. 2/4.1 Giro compass for high-speed craft moved to the a. a. 2/1/4.31 4.2 Rate control system for high-speed craft rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.12 (2000 HSC Code) , IMO resolution a. 822 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) the next ISO 16329, EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
The next ISO 16329, IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162 a. 2/4.3 course transmitting device THD (GNSS method) g/18.1, regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO 19.2.5.1 g/resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.2.5 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 382 (X), IMO resolution MSC. 116 (73), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) ISO 22090-X next, EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
The next ISO 22090-X, IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162 a. 2/4.4 days in the navigation signal light provision V/18.1, Regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO g/19.2.2.2 resolution MSC. 95 (72), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.9 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), EN 60945 (1997);
IEC 60945 (1996) a. 2/4.5 search light high-speed craft rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.9 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162 IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162 a. 2/4.6 night reflective equipment high-speed craft rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.10 (2000 HSC Code) , IMO resolution MSC. 94 (72), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) EN ISO 16273 next, EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
The next ISO 16273, IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162 a. 2/4.7 Course control system moved to A 1/A 2/4.33 4.8 electronic map display and information system (ECDIS) to a. a. 2/1/4.30 4.9 electronic map display and information system (ECDIS) backup moved to a. a. 2/1/4.30 4.10 raster map display system (AMT. RCD) moved to a. 1/4.30 2/A combined GPS/GLONASS 4.11 equipment provision V/18.1 Rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO 19.2.1.6 g/resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.6 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 74 (69), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) next EN 61108-3, EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
The next IEC 61108-3, IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162 a. 2/DGPS, dglonass equipment 4.12 rule V/18.1, Regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO 19.2.1.6 g/resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.6 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 64 (67) Annex 2, IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 7.7.1 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), EN 61108-4 next, EN 60945 (1997) , EN 61162;
The next IEC 61108-4, IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162 a. 2/4.13 Giro compass for high-speed craft moved to the a. a. 2/1/4.31 4.14 voyage data recorder (VDR) moved to A 4.29 1/a. 2/4.15 integrated navigation system provision V/18.7, regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code) g/12.0 Rules, IMO resolution MSC. 86 (70) Annex 3, IMO resolution a. 694 (17) next EN 61924 EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;,
IEC 61924, IEC 60945 next (1996), IEC 61162 a. 2/4.16 integrated ship navigation system moved to A 1/A 2/4.17 4.28 Radar target image amplifier rule V/18.7, regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.4 (2000 HSC Code) ITU-1176-R.M. (10/95), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), EN 60945 (1997), IEC 60945 (1996) a. 2/sound perception system 4.18 rule V/18.1, Regulation X/3 , IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO 19.2.1.8 g/resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.14 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 86 (70) Annex 1, IMO resolution a. 694 (17), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162 a. 2/4.19 magnetic compass for high-speed craft rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.1.2 (2000 HSC Code) IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 382 (X), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) ISO 449 (1997), ISO 694 (2000), ISO 1069 (1973), ISO 2269 (1992), EN 60945 (1997), ISO 449 (1997), ISO 694 (2000), ISO 1069 (1973) , ISO 2269 (1992), IEC 60945 (1996) a. 2/4.20 Rate control system for high-speed craft rule X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.4 (2000 HSC Code) IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.12 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;
IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162 a. 2/4.21 card equipment for ship radar provision V/18.1, regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.17.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO g/19.2.3.2 resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 817 (19) as corrected IMO resolution MSC. 64 (67) Annex 4, IMO resolution a. 477 (XII) as corrected IMO resolution MSC. 64 (67) Annex 4, IMO resolution a. 694 (17), EN 60936-3 next (2001) EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;,
The next IEC 60936-3 (2001), IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162 a. 2/4.22 course transmitting device THD (Giro stingy method) g/18.1, regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.1.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO 19.2.3.5 g/resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 116 (73), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) ISO 22090-1 next, EN 60945 (1997), EN 61162;

The next ISO 22090-1, IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162 a. 2/4.23 course transmitting device THD (magnetic method) g/18.1, regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.1.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO 19.2.3.5 g/resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 86 (70) Annex 2, IMO resolution MSC. 116 (73), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) ISO 22090-2 next, EN 60945 (1997) , EN 61162;
The next ISO 22090-2, IEC 60945 (1996), IEC 61162 a. 2/4.24 thrust indicator, the rule V/18.1, regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.1.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO 19.2.5.4 g/resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.7.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) a. 2/4.25 lateral traction, roll and longitudinal mode indicator in the rule V/18.1, Regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.1.2 (2000 HSC Code) rule g/19.2.5.4 , IMO resolution MSC 36 (63) 13.11.2 (1994 HSC Code), IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.11.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 694 (17) 5. Radio equipment in a separate front-meta No.
Separate the name of the subject of the provisions of SOLAS 74, as corrected, if asked "model opinion the provisions of SOLAS 74 Apply, as corrected, and the relevant IMO resolutions and circulars testing standards conformity assessment modules B + C B + D B + E or B + F G H a. 2/5.1 VHF emergency radio buoys (EPIRB) rule IV/14, Regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.1.2 (2000 HSC Code) rule g/18.3 , IMO resolution 97 (73) 14.8.3 MSC (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 662 (16), IMO resolution a. 805 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), ITU-r. M. 489-2 (10/95), ITU-r. M. 693 (06/90), EN 60945 (1997);
IEC 60945 (1996) a. 2/5.2 source of radio energy reserves clause IV/14, Regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.1.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO g/13.2 resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.13 (2000 HSC Code), IMO COMSAR Circular 16 resolution a. 694 (17) next EN 61097-14, EN 60945 (1997);
IEC 61097-14 next, IEC 60945 (1996) a. 2/5.3 Inmarsat-F SES rule IV/14, Regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.1.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO g/10.1.1 resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.10.1 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 570 (14), IMO resolution a. 808 (19), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), IMO MSC/circular IEC 61097-13 862 next, IEC 60945 (1996), IMO MSC/circular 2/862 a. 5.4 Danger signal panel rule IV/14 X/3 , IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.1.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO g/6.4 resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.6.4 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), IMO MSC/circular 862 EN 60945 (1997);
IEC 60945 (1996) a. 2/5.5 alarm or notification panel rule IV/14, Regulation X/3, IMO resolution MSC. 97 (73) 13.1.2 (2000 HSC Code), IMO g/6.6 resolution MSC. 97 (73) 14.6.6 (2000 HSC Code), IMO resolution a. 694 (17), IMO MSC/circular 862 EN 60945 (1997);
IEC 60945 (1996) 6. in accordance with COLREG 72 Equipment separate front-meta No.
Separate the name of the subject of COLREG-72, as corrected, if asked "model opinion the COLREG-72 Rules Applied, as corrected, and the relevant IMO resolutions and circulars testing standards conformity assessment modules B + C B + D B + E or B + F G H a. 2/6.1 navigation lights 1/14 Annex annex 1/14, IMO resolution a. 694 (17), EN 60945 (1997), Colreg 72 annex 1 a. 2/6.2 sound devices in Annex III/3 Annex 1/3 , IMO resolution a. 694 (17), EN 60945 (1997), Colreg 72 annex whistles-III/1, calls or gongs — Colreg 72 annex III/2, 7. Freight transport security system equipment separate front-meta No.
Separate the name of the subject of the provisions of SOLAS 74, as corrected, if asked "model opinion the provisions of SOLAS 74 Apply, as corrected, and the relevant IMO resolutions and circulars testing standards conformity assessment modules B + C B + D B + E or B + F G H a. 2/7.1 loading device Rule XII/11, 1997 SOLAS Conference resolution No 5 rule XII/11, 1997 SOLAS Conference resolution No 5 IACS recommendation No 48 on loading devices (STEP/CONF. 5/7) maritime Department Director a. Krastiņš 3. Annex i. equipment conformity assessment procedures
1. The conformity assessment standard procedure (module B): 1. a notified body ascertains and attests that a specimen, representative of the production envisaged, meets the provisions of the international regulations and the requirements of these regulations;
1.2. In Latvia, the manufacturer or its authorised representative shall submit an application to their selected notified body to carry out type-examination, stating: 1.2.1. name and address of the manufacturer and, if the application is lodged by the authorized representative, his name and address;
1.2.2. a written declaration that the same application has not been submitted simultaneously to any other notified body;
1.2.3. technical documentation;
2. The applicant shall place at the disposal of the notified body a specimen, representative of the production envisaged. The notified body may request other samples delivered to it, if any are required.
3. in point 1.2.3. This provision that the technical documentation satisfies the following conditions: 3.1 gives you the opportunity to evaluate the product's compliance with the relevant international standards and the requirements of these provisions, it includes information on product design, design standards, production, installation and operation in accordance with the technical documentation;
3.2. applicable to all the modules in this annex, and it contains all the key information and the methods used by the manufacturer to ensure the compliance of equipment with the essential requirements applicable to it;
3.3. contains information that allows you to understand the structure of products, production processes and activities and to assess the conformity with the requirements of international regulations and it indicates: 3.3.1. General description of the model;
3.3.2. the conceptual design, standards and production of assembly drawings of components, Assembly stage, circuit diagrams, etc.;
3.3.3. the descriptions and explanations necessary for the understanding of those drawings and schemes, including the operation of the product;
3.3.4. the objective of the design calculations, checks and other needed;
3.3.5. the objective of the test message.
3.3.6. the installation, use and maintenance manual;
3.3.7. the documentary evidence of the equipment within the facility;
3.3.8. the documentary evidence and certificates for the equipment of manufacture and/or inspection and/or management methods;
3.3.9. other documents that may assist the notified body to improve its assessment.
4. The sample may consist of several variants of the product provided that the differences between those versions do not affect the level of safety or other requirements relating to the operation of the product.
5. The notified body must: 5.1. examine the technical documentation and make sure that the model is manufactured in accordance with the submitted technical documentation;
5.2. the appropriate examinations and necessary tests to check whether the relevant international regulations and the requirements of this regulation are complied with;
5.3. agree with the applicant the location where the tests will be carried out and the necessary tests.
6. If the example complies with the provisions of the regulations between the folksy, the notified body issues the applicant with type-examination certificate stating: 6.1. name and address of the manufacturer, equipment details, conclusions of the examination, the conditions for validity of the certificate and the information necessary for identification of the approved specimen;
6.2. a list of the relevant parts of the technical documentation.
7. A copy of the certificate kept by the notified body.
8. If the manufacturer is denied a type certification, the notified body shall provide the manufacturer with a detailed justification for such denial.
9. If the manufacturer again applying for a type-approval for the equipment, which has rejected standard certificate, specified in the application by the manufacturer with a notified body must contain all relevant documentation, including the report, the first examination of the previous reasons for the refusal and any equipment changes in detail.
10. the applicant shall inform the notified body that holds the technical documentation concerning the modification of the approved products all the type-examination certificate and receive additional approval where such changes may affect the conformity with the requirements of the product's use or conditions. This additional approval is presented as an annex to the original type-examination certificate.
11. The notified body shall submit to the competent authority and the Ministry of transport on request, the appropriate information relating to the issued and withdrawn type-examination certificates and their annexes.
12. The other notified bodies may request information on the type-examination certificates issued and their attachments and receive copies of them.
13. In Latvia, the manufacturer or his authorized representative established in at least 10 years after the last product has been manufactured with technical documentation kept in the type-examination certificates and their annexes.
14. Type-conformity declaration procedure (module C): 14.1. the manufacturer, or the manufacturer established in Latvia authorised representative shall ascertain and declare a notified body of his choice, that the products concerned conform to the applicable international laws and the requirements of these regulations, and that they comply with the sample, as described in the type-examination certificate;

14.2. the manufacturer, or the manufacturer established in Latvia authorised representative shall affix the markings to each product and draw up a written declaration of conformity. The marking shall be accompanied by the identification symbol of the notified body responsible for surveillance;
14.3. the manufacturer shall take all measures necessary to ensure that the manufacturing process ensures that the manufactured products conform to the model as described in the type-examination certificate and with the requirements of the applicable laws;
14.4. the manufacturer, or the manufacturer established in Latvia authorised representative of at least 10 years after the last product has been manufactured, keep a copy of the Declaration of conformity;
14.5. the manufacturer shall operate in accordance with an approved quality system for production, final product inspection and testing, and is subject to monitoring.
15. Production quality guarantee Declaration (module D) and product quality guarantee Declaration (module E) applied standard of conformity assessment procedures.
16. the product verification (module F): 16.1. the manufacturer or producer of Latvia authorized representative verifying and certifying that the products meet the type-examination certificate as described in the sample;
16.2. the manufacturer shall take all measures necessary to ensure that the manufacturing process ensures conformity of the products with the type-examination certificate as described in the sample. The manufacturer shall, on the label affixed to each product and draw up a declaration of conformity;
16.3. To ensure that the product complies with international regulations and the requirements of these provisions, the notified body shall carry out the appropriate examinations and tests, at the choice of the manufacturer, either by examination and testing of every product or product inspection or tests, on the basis of the statistical review;
16.4. the manufacturer or producer of Latvia authorized representative kept copies of the Declaration of conformity for at least 10 years after the last product has been manufactured;
16.5. the inspection of each product in case the notified body shall carry out the appropriate tests for each individual product to confirm the conformity of the products with the type-examination certificate as described in the sample;
16.6. the inspection of each product in case the notified body, its identification mark is added to each approved product and draw up a written certificate of conformity relating to the tests carried out;
10.4. the manufacturer, or the manufacturer established in Latvia authorised representative, guarantee that he can, upon request, submit the selected notified body's certificate of conformity to the competent authority;
10.4. in case of statistical testing presented to his producer produced products form of homogeneous lots and shall take all measures necessary to ensure that the manufacturing process ensures the uniformity of all the batches produced;
10.5. in the case of statistical tests all products are available for examination in the form of homogeneous lots. From a sample of each lot are randomly. Sample products are individually examined and appropriate tests shall be carried out to ensure that the products comply with the applicable regulations and the exchange between the requirements of this regulation, and to determine if this party can approve or reject it;
16.10. in the case of statistical tests in the case of accepted lots, the notified body shall attach the identification mark to each product and draw up a written certificate of conformity relating to the tests carried out. All the party products can be installed on the ship, except sample products in respect of which the non-compliance has occurred;
16.11 if a lot is rejected, do a statistical test, the notified body or the competent authority shall take appropriate measures to prevent that lot is placed on the market. If a lot is rejected, more than two times, the notified body shall cancel the statistical check.
17. the manufacturer to the notified body's responsibility for the product can add to the identification of the authority at the time of manufacture.
18. the manufacturer, or the manufacturer established in Latvia authorised representative ensures that he can, upon request, submit to the competent authority the notified body's certificates of conformity.
19. Where sets of equipment are produced individually or in small quantities and not in series or in mass, the conformity-assessment procedure may be a separate unit verification (module G).
20. individual unit verification (module G): 20.1. the manufacturer ensures and declares that the product concerned, for which a certificate of conformity issued in conformity with applicable international standards and requirements of these provisions. The manufacturer or registered in Latvia authorised representative shall impose the labelling for the product and draw up a declaration of conformity;
20.2. the notified body shall examine the individual product and carry out appropriate tests to ensure that it complies with the provisions of international law and the relevant requirements;
20.3 the body accompanied by a certified product identification number, and draws up the certificate of conformity relating to the tests carried out;
20.2. the manufacturer shall present the technical documentation that allows you to understand the structure of products, production processes and activities and to assess compliance with the relevant international standards and the requirements of this regulation.
21. Full quality assurance (module H): 21.1. the manufacturer ensures and declares that the products comply with the international regulations applicable to them and the requirements of these regulations;
21.2. The manufacturer, or the manufacturer established in Latvia authorised representative highlights each product and draw up a written declaration of conformity. Marking the occasion of the notified body responsible for surveillance, identification mark;
21.3. the manufacturer shall act in accordance with an approved quality system for design, production, final product inspection and testing as specified in section of these rules on the quality system, and is subject to supervision by the responsible authorities.
22. The construction (design): 22.1. the manufacturer shall submit an application for the construction of the product for inspection to a notified body of his choice for;
22.2. the information contained in the application to ensure that can understand the product design, manufacture and performances of the product and to assess compliance with international regulations and the requirements of this regulation, and shall include: 22.2.1. technical construction specifications including the standards which have been applied;
22.2.2. the necessary supporting evidence for their adequacy, in particular where the standards are not completely adequate Castle. The following additional evidence includes appropriate laboratory of the manufacturer or of the manufacturer made the results of tests carried out;
22.3. The notified body shall examine the application and where the design meets the provisions of the international regulations for it and the requirements of this regulation, shall be issued to the applicant organization's certificate of inspection;
22.4. the certificate shall contain the conclusions of the examination, conditions for its validity, the information necessary for identification of the approved design and, if relevant, a description of the action of the product;
22.5. the applicant shall inform the notified body that has issued the design examination certificate informed of changes to the approved design;
22.6. in relation to the changes to the approved design the notified body that has issued the design examination certificate issued additional approval where such changes may affect the conformity with the international laws and the requirements of this regulation or the intended use of the product;
14.1. the additional approval of the notified body are presented as an annex to the original design examination certificate;
22.8. The notified body shall, on request, provide to the competent authority of the Ministry of transport or relevant information about: 22.8.1. issued the design examination certificates and their annexes, the construction approvals withdrawn and additional approvals.
23. Declaration – technical documentation submitted by the manufacturer to the notified body: 23.1. The technical dossier contains key information and the methods used by the manufacturer to ensure that the equipment complies with the requirements applicable to it.
23.2. The technical dossier contains information that allows you to understand the structure of products, production processes and activities and to assess compliance with the relevant international standards and the requirements of these provisions and as it relates to assessment, include: 23.2.1. the General description of the model;
23.2.2. conceptual design, manufacturing standards and installation drawings, storyboard phase, chains and other components of the scheme;
23.2.3. descriptions and explanations necessary for the understanding of those drawings and schemes, including the operation of the product;
23.2.4. construction calculations made, impartial examinations and other relevant activities;
23.2.5. unbiased test reports;
23.2.6. installation, use and maintenance manual;
23.3.7. statements in connection with the equipment, which includes the plant;
23.2.8. assurances and certificates in connection with the production and inspection of the equipment, or management methods;
23.2.9. other documents that may assist the notified body to improve its assessment;
23.3. the paragraph 23 of these rules apply to all conformity assessment modules.
II. Quality system 24. Every seagoing ship equipment to develop, maintain and develop their internal quality system and this requirement is applicable to all the modules described in these provisions.

25. the manufacturer shall provide him with a notified body of his choice for his assessment of the quality system for the products concerned.
26. The provisions referred to in paragraph 25 of the application includes: 26.1. all information relating to the category of products, 26.2. documentation relating to the quality system approved model 26.3. technical documentation and a copy of the type-examination certificate.
27. The manufacturer's quality system ensures that products conform to the model as described in the type-examination certificate.
28. all manufacturers adopted the guidelines, requirements, and provisions are systematically and thoroughly documented in their written plans, procedures and instructions.
29. the quality system documentation shall permit a consistent interpretation of the quality programmes, Plan Pro, guides and protocols, and shall include a description of: 29.1. quality objectives and the organizational structure, management responsibilities and powers with regard to product quality;
29.2. the production, quality control and quality assurance techniques, processes and systematic actions that will be used;
29.3. the examinations and tests that will be carried out before, during and after manufacture, and the frequency of such checks carried out;
29.4. the quality protocols, such as inspection reports and test data, calibration data, qualification reports of the personnel concerned, and other documentation;
29.5. the achievement of the required product quality and the effective operation of the quality system monitoring.
30. the notified body shall assess the quality system and in accordance with their checks every product and take the appropriate tests in order to ensure its compliance with, and international regulations and the requirements of this regulation and ensure that the appropriate standard is introduced.
31. notified bodies inspection teams have at least one expert with experience in the evaluation of product technology and the evaluation procedure includes a visit to the manufacturer's premises.
32. The notified body shall notify its decision to the manufacturer and the notification shall contain the conclusions of the examination and assessment.
33. the producer is obliged to fulfil the obligations arising out of the approved quality system, and to uphold it so that it remains adequate and efficient.
34. the manufacturer, or in Latvia registered the authorized representative shall inform the notified body that has approved the quality system informed of this quality system for innovations.
35. the notified body shall evaluate the proposed changes and decide whether the modified quality system will still satisfy the requirements of these provisions, or repeated assessment is required. Of its decision, the notified body shall inform the manufacturer in its communication including the conclusions of the examination and assessment.
The maritime Department Director a. Krastiņš annex 4 minimum criteria for notified bodies 1. notified bodies comply with the relevant EN 45000 standard quality system requirements.
2. the body is independent, not controlled by the producers and suppliers.
3. the notified body is established in Latvia.
4. The notified body employee qualifications, technical experience and recruiting are such as to ensure that this authority shall issue a type-approval, which meets the requirements of these provisions and ensure a high level of security.
5. the notified body, which shall carry out the conformity assessment procedures and on behalf of the State shall be issued type-approval, must be competency expertise directly to the maritime area.
6. If the conformity assessment procedure shall be carried out by the notified bodies branch, all documents relating to the conformity assessment procedures must be issued by the notified body and its name, not its branches.
7. The notified body the branch, located in Latvia, you can issue the documents relating to the conformity-assessment procedures, if the branch is mandated by LJ.
The maritime Department Director a. Krastiņš annex 5 approval mark mark 1. Approval mark of the marking is the form shown in the drawing.
2. Highlight mark size, reducing or increasing, the proportions given in the drawing.
3. the various components of the CE mark is created about the same vertical dimension, which may not be less than 5 millimeters.
4. Highlight mark the minimum dimension may be waived by highlighting the small device.
The maritime Department Director a. Krastiņš