Regulations On Environmental Safety For Ships And Mobile Offshore Units

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Regulations on environmental safety for ships and mobile offshore units


Date FOR 2012-05-30-488


Department Climate and Environment Ministry


Published in 2012 Booklet 7


Commencement 01/07/2012

Edited

FOR-2015-08-31-1038 from 01/09/2015

Changes

FOR 2003-02-20-254, FOR-1983-06-16-1122, FOR-1983-07-22-1331, FOR-2003-11-20-1388, FOR 1992-09-15 -693

For
Norway

Legal

LOV-2007-02-16-9-§2, LAW-2007-02-16-9-§3, LAW-2007-02-16-9-section 6, LAW-2007-02-16- 9 §13, LAW-2007-02-16-9-§31, LAW-2007-02-16-9-§32, LAW-2007-02-16-9-§33, LAW-2007-02- 16-9-§34, LAW-2007-02-16-9-§35, LAW-2007-02-16-9-§37, LAW-2007-02-16-9-§38, LAW-2007- 02-16-9-§43, TO-2007-02-16-171, TO-2007-05-31-590, TO-2007-06-29-849, LOV-1998-06-26-47-§ 20, LOV-1998-06-26-47-L-21, LOV-1998-06-26-47-§22, LOV-1998-06-26-47-§23, LOV-1998-06-26-47 -§25, LOV-1998-06-26-47-L-26, LOV-1998-06-26-47-§38, LOV-1998-06-26-47-L-39, TO-1998-11-27 -1095, TO-2007-06-29-848, FOR-1998-12-01-4532, TO-2007-05-31-591, LOV-1976-06-11-79-§4

Promulgated
08.06.2012 kl. 15.05


Corrected 10.05.2016 (EEA reference field)

Short Title
Regulations on environmental safety for ships, etc..

Chapter Overview:

Main part
Appendix 1. Material safety data sheets (MSDS) to be supplied to a ship prior to the loading of MARPOL Annex I type oil as cargo in bulk
Ordinances
MARPOL

Adopted by the NMD 30, 2012 pursuant to the Act on 16 February 2007 no. 9 on maritime safety (the Maritime Safety Act) § 2, § 3, § 6, § 13, § 31, § 32, § 33, § 34, § 35, § 37, § 38 and § 43; see. delegated decision of 16 February 2007 no. 171, delegation decisions on 31 May 2007 no. 590 and delegated decision of 29 June 2007 no. 849, law 26 June 1998 No.. 47 on recreational boats § 20, § 21, § 22, § 23, § 25, § 26, § 38 and § 39; see. delegated decision on 27 november 1998 no. 1095, delegated decision of 29 June 2007 no. 848, delegated decision on 1 December 1998 no. 4532, delegating decision on 31 May 2007 no. 591 and delegated decision of 29 June 2007 no. 849 and law 11 June 1976 No.. 79 the control of products and consumer services (product control Act) § 4.
EEA information: EEA agreement, Annex II, chap. XIX. 1 (Directive 98/34 / EC), ch. XXXII no. 1, ch. XVII. 6 (Directive 93/12 / EEC amended by Directive 1999/32 / EC and Directive 2005/33 / EC) of Annex XIII. 56d (Directive 96/98 / EC) no. 56i (Directive 2000/59 / EC as amended by Directive 2002/84 / EC and Directive 2007/71 / EC ), no. 56m (Regulation (EC). 530/2012), no. 56p (Regulation (EC) no. 782/2003 as amended by Regulation (EC) no. 536/2008), no. 56v (Directive 2005 / 35 / EC amended by Directive 2009/123 / EC), annex XX. 21ad (Directive 1999/32 / EC as amended by Directive 2005/33 / EC and Directive 2012/33 / EU) and no. 21ar (Directive 2001/81 / EC).
Changes: Amended by regulations 18 Dec 2012 No.. 1295, 19 April 2013 No.. 424, July 31, 2013 No.. 938, June 30, 2014 no. 940, June 5, 2015 No.. 616, 31 August 2015 No.. 1038.
Corrections: 01.01.2013 (EEA reference field), 09/01/2013 (updated MARPOL Annex IV). 05/10/2016 (EEA reference field).

§ 1. Scope These regulations apply to Norwegian ships, including pleasure craft and mobile offshore units. Within the limitations imposed by international law, the regulations apply foreign ships and mobile units located

A)
in Norwegian territorial waters, including by Svalbard and Jan Mayen

B)
in the Economic Zone

C)
on Norway's continental shelf.

For foreign ships voluntarily is in a Norwegian port, the installation on the Norwegian continental shelf or the installation in the Norwegian economic zone, § 4 and § 7 for discharge on the high seas.

§ 2. Drawings, information, etc.. Requirements for construction, equipment, facilities etc.. shall be documented fulfilled by drawings. The drawings should be as detailed and clear that the assessment of whether the conditions are met can be done on the basis of the drawings with any additional information. The Administration may request additional information, including the form in which information should be submitted.

§ 3. Documentation about the pollutant load master or shipowner should receive documentation about the polluting cargo before the cargo is taken on board the ship. The documentation shall contain information on

A)
correct technical term for the pollutant load with

1.
UN numbers when there are

2.
IMO hazard class in accordance with international rules on the transport of packaged dangerous goods by sea (IMDG Code), international regulations for construction and equipment of ships carrying dangerous chemicals in bulk (IBC Code), or international rules of construction and equipping of ships carrying liquefied gases in bulk (IGC code)

B)

The ship class required to transport the pollutant load in accordance with the international safety rules for transport of packaged irradiated nuclear fuel, plutonium and highly radioactive wastes on board ships (INF Code)

C)
amount polluting cargo

D)
transport device identification number when the pollutant load transported in the second transport units than tanks

E)
emergency numbers to the shipper or any other person or agency having knowledge of the pollutant load physicochemical properties and the necessary measures in case of an emergency.

Documentation shall be available on board the ship.
For cargo covered by § 4, the information shall include the information specified in Appendix 1.

§ 4. Prevention of oil pollution from ships and mobile offshore units - MARPOL Annex I of the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) consolidated version 2011 Annex I for the Prevention of oil pollution as amended by MEPC.216 (63), except regulation I / 42, the force of regulations.
The "ship" means MARPOL also mobile units.

§ 5. accelerating the introduction of requirements for double hull EEA Agreement Annex XIII. 56m (Regulation (EC). 530/2012) the accelerated introduction of requirements for double hull design or equivalent for oil tankers apply as regulations with such adjustments as follows Annex XIII, protocol 1 to the agreement and the agreement otherwise.

§ 6. Equipment for collecting oily bilge water on ships with a gross tonnage below 400 ships with a maximum length of 15 meters or more and a gross tonnage below 400 shall have equipment for collecting oily bilge water and piping for delivery of bilge water to reception facilities.
On vessels with gross tonnage between 200 and 400 must collection tank placed below deck. On ships with a gross tonnage below 200 the collecting tank placed on deck. Ships with a gross tonnage below 100 may alternatively utilize securely fastened oppsamlingsfat.
Administration may in special cases grant exemptions from subsections if the shipping company in writing reasoned application proves compensatory measures for NMD review maintains the same level of security regulations.

§ 7. Prevention of Pollution by Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk - MARPOL Annex II, etc. MARPOL consolidated edition 2011 Annex II for the Prevention of Pollution by Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk, as amended by MEPC.216 (63) the force of regulations. The same applies to ships engaged in domestic voyages.
Master on ships carrying noxious liquid substances in bulk and for the purposes of controlling residues in cargo tanks after unloading, or obliged to carry out the prewash or concentration measurement after unloading, shall ensure that notice of this is sent to NMD before arriving at the port of discharge. The message is sent electronically to the NCA's messaging system.
If a ship used in a supporting role in the offshore petroleum industry, leading limited quantities of noxious liquid substances in bulk and follow the International Maritime Organization's guidelines for transport and handling of limited amounts of noxious liquid substances in bulk on offshore support vessels, cf. Resolution A. 673 (16), as amended by MEPC.158 (55), the ship failing to follow the requirements of the first paragraph. With a ship used in a support means

A)
a ship that is primarily used to transport provisions, materials and equipment to and from a fixed or mobile drilling facility or installation and other similar offshore installations

B)
a ship, including a well stimulation vessels, which are primarily used to support the operation of an offshore installation. Removable drilling rigs, crane barges, rørleggingslektere or floating residential units are not ship used in a supporting role.

Administration may exempt a ship in domestic traffic from one or more of the requirements of subsection if the shipping company seeking written exceptions and one of the following requirements are met

A)
it is established that the claim is not significant and that it is considered safely

B)
demonstrating that compensatory measures will maintain the same level of safety as required in the regulations.

§ 8. Prevention of Pollution by Noxious pollutants in packaged form - MARPOL Annex III MARPOL consolidated edition 2011 Annex III for the Prevention of Pollution by Noxious pollutants in packaged form the force of regulations.

§ 9. Obstruction of sewage pollution from ships and mobile offshore units - MARPOL Annex IV MARPOL consolidated edition 2011 Annex IV on sewage pollution prevention as amended by MEPC.200 (62) and MEPC.216 (63) the force of regulations. The "ship" means MARPOL also mobile units.
In addition to MARPOL Annex IV Rule 9 of sewerage apply for comminuting and disinfecting system following requirements


A)
macerated sewage to pass a grating with a maximum opening of 10 mm,

B)
facility shall be capable of temporary sewage storage and capacity shall be calculated in accordance with recognized norms and it shall be given to ship, the maximum number of persons on board and other relevant factors

C)
collection tank for the system should have visual indication of the amount and meet construction requirements from a recognized classification society or regulations concerning the construction of passenger, cargo and barges, and

D)
appropriate disinfectant or decontamination liquid to be supplied to the plant along with the sewage.

Recovery tank as stated in MARPOL Annex IV Rule 9 (1) Nos. 3 and Rule 9 (2) no. 2 shall have sufficient capacity to collect all sewage. The capacity should be calculated under subsection b and holding tank shall be constructed to meet the requirements of subsection c.

§ 10. Prohibition of discharges of sewage, wash water and the like in Norwegian waters is prohibited to discharge sewage, wash water and similar water bodies.
It is prohibited to discharge sewage in Norwegian sea area closer than 300 meters from the mainland and islands. The ban does not apply to ships and mobile devices using sewage treatment plants which meet the requirements of MARPOL regulation IV / 9.1.
Ships covered by MARPOL regulation IV / 2 cf. § 9 may discharge sewage in the stretch south of Lindesnes (N 57 ° 58 '8 "E 7 ° 3' 4") to the dividing line Norway-Denmark (N 57 ° 10 '3 "E 7 ° 3' 4") and in the waters there to the Swedish border in accordance with MARPOL Annex IV.
With sewage meant

A)
sewage and other wastes from toilets, urinals and similar

B)
wastewater from sinks, bathtubs and scuppers in premises used for medical purposes,

C)
drainage from spaces used by live animals,

D)
other waste waters when mixed with the drainages mentioned in letters a to c.

Administration may apply to ships not covered by MARPOL regulation IV / 2 cf. § 9, in special cases grant exemptions from subsections. In deciding whether to make exemptions should pay particular attention to whether the ship is listed or has obtained the status of protection of Cultural Heritage or anyone authorized by him, and on the implementation of the requirements conflict with the ship's conservation value.

§ 11. Obstruction of garbage pollution from ships and mobile offshore units - MARPOL Annex V MARPOL Annex V for the Prevention of garbage pollution ref. MEPC.201 (62) as amended by MEPC.216 (63) the force of regulations. The "ship" means MARPOL also mobile units.
Ship in Antarctic area south of 60 ° S shall have sufficient capacity to store the garbage produced on board while the ship is in the area and having means for transferring garbage to port reception facilities.

§ 12. Prevention of air pollution from ships and mobile offshore units - MARPOL Annex VI MARPOL consolidated edition 2011 Annex VI on prevention of air pollution as amended by MEPC.202 (62), MEPC.203 (62), MEPC.217 (63 ) and MEPC.251 (66) and NOx Technical Code as amended by MEPC.177 (58), MEPC.217 (63) and MEPC.251 (66), the force of regulations.
MARPOL Annex VI, Chapter 4 and Regulation VI / 5.4, ref. Subsection applies correspondingly to ships with a gross tonnage 400 or more on domestic voyages other than those changes resulting from MEPC.251 (66).
With new ships on domestic voyages mean, cf. MARPOL regulation VI / 2.23, a ship

A)
who has entered into a construction contract for July 1, 2015 or later,

B)
which in the absence of a building contract, the keel of which is laid or which are at a similar stage of construction 1 January 2016 or later, or

C)
if delivery takes place on 1 January 2018 or later.

§ 13. Sulfur content in fuel used at berth or at anchor sulfur content shall not exceed 0.10 percent by weight of the fuel used by ships or mobile units which are certainly moored at berth or securely anchored in a harbor area.
Replacing the fuel shall be promptly and logged in machine logbook.
Subsections do not apply when the planned stay docked after published timetable is less than two hours.

§ 14. Sulfur content in fuel for passenger ships in regular service in the EEA Outside areas with specific emission standards shall sulfur content not exceeding 1.50 weight percent of the fuel used by passenger vessels in regular service to or from ports in the European Economic Area and who are in Norwegian territorial waters or economic zone.
With regular service we mean a series of crossings between two or more ports, or a series of flights from and to the same port without intermediate calls, either by published timetable, or with such regularity or frequency that travels emerges as a passage.


§ 14a. Experiments with new emission reduction methods NMD can give permission to experiment with emission reduction methods on board Norwegian ships and mobile offshore units or foreign ships and mobile installations in Norwegian waters, for a period not exceeding 18 months.
During the tests given exemption from the requirements of § 13 and § 14 under the condition that all the following conditions are met:

A)
installed, and during the whole test period used equipment that is tamper resistant for continuous monitoring of flue gas emissions

B)
achieving emission reductions at least equivalent to the reductions would be achieved by applying the maximum levels of sulfur in fuel specified in Regulation

C)
there are adequate systems for waste management for all waste that occurs because of the abatement methods throughout the trial period

D)
an assessment of the impacts on the marine environment, particularly ecosystems in protected harbors, a port locations and estuaries throughout the trial period

E)
full reports made public within six months after the tests are completed.

§ 15. Sampling of marine gas oil sold in Norway for use in domestic trade Trial mentioned in MARPOL Annex VI Rule 18, no. 8.1 cf. § 12 is not required of marine gas oil which is sold in Norway for ships engaged on domestic speed.

§ 16. Duty to deliver waste and cargo residues The master shall ensure that the waste and cargo residues reception facilities in port before departure.
Ships have documented sufficient capacity for storage of waste and cargo residues generated during the journey in addition to what is already on board can proceed to the next port without delivering waste and cargo residues prior to departure.
For oily waste should be a residual capacity of at least 75% of total capacity.
If there is reason to believe that the next port of call is not satisfactory reception facilities or it is not known what is the next port of call, the Administration may require that waste and cargo residues prior to departure although storage capacity on the second and third paragraphs are considered sufficient .

§ 17. Prohibition on the use of organotin compounds on ships and mobile offshore units EEA Agreement Annex XIII. 56p (Regulation (EC) No. 782/2003 as amended by Regulation (EC) No. 536/2008) concerning the prohibition of organotin compounds on ships applies as regulations with such modifications as required by Annex XIII, protocol 1 to the agreement and the agreement otherwise.

§ 18. International certificates ships and mobile offshore units with trade area "greater coasting" or greater should have relevant certificates specified in § 4, § 7, § 9 and § 12

§ 19. Entry into force This regulation enters into force on 1 July 2012.
From the same date:

1.
Regulation 20 February 2003 No.. 254 about accelerated introduction of requirements for double hull design or equivalent design for oil tankers with single hulls.

2.
Regulation on 16 June 1983 no. 1122 for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL Regulations).

3.
Regulation on 22 July 1983 no. 1331 concerning the prevention of pollution from the maritime operation of mobile devices.

4.
Regulation on 20 November 2003 no. 1388 on the prohibition of organotin compounds on ships.

§ 20. Amendments to other regulations from the time the regulations come into force the following amendments to other regulations:

1.
Regulations 15 September 1992 No.. 693 about device and keeping of diaries on ships and mobile offshore units are repealed: - - -

Appendix 1. Material safety data sheets (MSDS) to be supplied to a ship prior to the loading of MARPOL Annex I type oil as cargo in bulk


Section Header
Content

1
Identification of the substance or mixture and of the supplier
- Name of the category - see guidance in annex 21 of MARPOL Annex 1 type oil cargoes and oil fuels.
- The name of the substances.
- Trade name of the substances.
- Description on Bill of Lading (B / L), Bunker Delivery Note or other shipping document.
- Other Means of identification.
- Supplier's details (including name, address, telephone number, etc.).
- Emergency telephone number.

2
Hazards identification
- GHS2 classification of the substance / mixture and any regional information.
- Other hazards which do not result in classification (eg, hydrogen sulphide) or are not covered by the GHS. See Guidelines in annex 2.

3
Composition / information on ingredients
- Common name, synonyms, etc. on ingredients.
- Impurities and stabilizing additives wooden are comfy rooms classified and wooden Contribute to the classification of the substances.

- The chemical identity and concentration or concentration ranges of all ingredients wooden are hazardous within at the meaning of the GHS and are presented above Their cut-off levels. Cut-off level for reproductive toxicity, carcinogenicity and category 1 mutagenicity is 0.1%. Cut-off level for all other hazard classes is 1%. See Guidelines in annex 2.

4
First Aid Measures
- Description of Necessary Measures, subdivided According to the different routes of exposure, ie inhalation, skin and eye contact and ingestion.
- Most Important Symptoms / effects, acute and delayed.
- Indication of immediate medical attention and special treatment, if Necessary.


5 Fire-fighting Measures
- Suitable extinguishing media.
- Specific hazards arisings from the chemical (eg, nature of any hazardous combustion products).
- Special protective equipment and precautions for four fighters.

6
Accidental Release Measures
- Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures Measures.
- Environmental precautions.
- Methods and materials for containment and clean-up.

7
Handling and storage
- Precautions for safe handling.
- Conditions for safe storage, includingservers any incompatibilities.

8
Exposure controls / personal protection
- Control parameters (eg, occupational exposure personal protection limit values).
- Appropriate technical precautions.
- Individual Protection Measures, suchlike as personal protective equipment.

9
Physical and chemical properties
- See Guidelines in annex 2

10
Stability and reactivity
- Chemical Stability.
- Possibility of hazardous reactions.
- Conditions to avoid (eg, static discharge).

11
Toxicological information
- Concise but complete and comprehensible description of the various toxicological (health) effects and the available data used two identify Reviews those effects, includingservers:
- Information on the thunderstorms routes of exposure (inhalation, ingestion, skin and eye contact);
- Symptoms related to the physical, chemical and toxicological characteristics;
- Delayed and immediate effects And also chronic effects from short- and long-term exposure.
- Numerical Measures of toxicity (suchlike as acute toxicity estimate).
- See Guidelines in annex 2.

12
Ecological information
- Ecotoxicity (aquatiq and terrestial, where available)
- Persistence and degradability
- Bioaccumulation potential
- Mobility in soil
- Other adverse effects
- See Guidelines in Annex 2.

13
Disposal Considerations
- Description of waste residues and information On Their safe handling and methods of disposal, in line with MARPOL Requirements.

14
Transport information
- UN number, where applicable
- UN Proper shipping name, where applicable
- Transport Hazard class (es), where applicable
- Special precautions wooden a user needs to be aware of or needs two Comply with in connection with transport (eg, heating and carriage temperature)
- Note thatthis product is being the carried under the scope of MARPOL Annex I.

15
Regulatory information
- Safety, health and environmental Regulations specific for the product in question.

16
Other information includingsuch information on preparation and revision of the MSDS
- Version No.
- Date of issue
- Issuing source.




Ordinances
Consolidated Regulation (EC) No. 417/2002

To read consolidated Regulation (EC) No. 417/2002 see here:

Consolidated Regulation (EC) No. 782/2003

To read consolidated Regulation (EC) No. 782/2003 see here:

MARPOL

MARPOL Annex I. Rules for the Prevention of Oil Pollution

To read MARPOL Annexes I see here:

MARPOL Annex II. Prevention of Pollution by Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk

To read MARPOL Annex II see here:

MARPOL Annex III. Rules for the Prevention of Pollution from harmful substances carried by sea in packaged form

To read MARPOL Annex III see here:

MARPOL Annex IV. Rules on sewage pollution from ships

To read MARPOL Annex IV see here:

MARPOL Annex V. Regulations for the Prevention of waste pollution from ships

To read MARPOL Annex V see here:

MARPOL Annex VI. Air Pollution Prevention

To read MARPOL Annex VI see here: