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Description

Regulations of 29 December 1998 No

Legal basis amended to Act of 16 February 2007 No

32 and 45,

Formal Delegation of 16 February 2007 No

Formal Delegation of 31 May 2007 No

Formal Delegation of 29 June 2007 No

25 and 39,

Formal Delegation of 27 November 1998 No

Formal Delegation of 29 June 2007 No

Formal Delegation of 1 December 1998 No

Formal Delegation of 31 May 2007 No

Formal Delegation of 25 June 2007 No

Formal Delegation of 29 June 2007 No

Formal Delegation of 8 January 1980 No

Annex II Ch

XXXII point 1 and Annex XIII point 56d (Council Directive 96/98/EC,

amended by Directive 98/85/EC,

Directive 2001/53/EC,

Directive 2002/75/EC and Directive 2002/84/EC)

Amended 20 December 1999 No

1006 (i

Chapter 1

General provisions §1 Purpose The purpose of these regulations is to enhance safety at sea and the prevention of marine pollution through the uniform application of the relevant international instruments relating to equipment listed in Appendix A to be placed on board Norwegian ships for which international certificates are required

Amended by Regulation of 29 June 2007 No

§2 Scope of application (1) These regulations shall apply to Norwegian ships,

with the specifications referred to in the second to eight paragraphs

(2) These regulations shall apply to the design,

import and sale of equipment for use on board: a) new ships,

and b) existing ships not previously provided with such equipment,

or c) existing ships when equipment is replaced,

except where international conventions provide otherwise

(3) The regulations shall only apply to equipment on ships for which international certificates are required under international conventions

(4) The regulations shall also apply to radio equipment on cargo ships as provided in Regulation of 17 December 2004 No

(5) The regulations shall also apply to life-saving equipment on cargo ships engaged on domestic voyages as provided in Regulation of 17 December 2004 No

(6) The regulations shall also apply to life-saving equipment on passenger ships engaged on domestic voyages as provided in Regulation of 11 October 2004 No

(7) The regulations shall not apply to equipment placed on board before the entry into force of the regulations

(8) The regulations shall not apply to radio equipment falling within the scope of the regulation of 15 June 1999 No

laid down by the Norwegian Post and Telecommunications Authority

Amended by regulations of 7 April 2003 No

as amended by regulation of 4 February 2005 No

§3 Definitions For the purpose of these regulations,

the following definitions shall apply: a) Conformity-assessment procedures: The procedures prescribed in § 8 of these regulations and Appendix B hereto

b) Equipment: The items listed in Appendix A which must be placed on board a ship for use in order to comply with international instruments or are voluntarily placed on board for use,

and for which the approval of the flag state authorities is required according to international instruments

c) Radiocommunications equipment: Equipment required by Chapter IV of the 1974 SOLAS Convention,

in the version in force on 1 July 2002,

and survival craft two-way VHF radiotelephone apparatus required by regulation III/6

d) International conventions: 1

International Convention on Load Lines,

Convention on the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea,

International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships,

International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea,

with Protocols and subsequent amendments thereto

e) International instruments: The relevant international conventions,

the relevant resolutions and circulars of the International Maritime Organization (IMO),

and the relevant international testing standards applicable to marine equipment

f) Mark: The symbol referred to in § 9 and shown in Appendix D

g) Notified Body: Any organization designated to make conformity assessments in accordance with the technical provisions of the EEA Agreement

h) Placed on board: Installed or placed on board a ship

i) Safety certificates: The certificates issued by or on behalf of a member state in accordance with international conventions

j) Ship: Any ship falling within the scope of international conventions for which safety certificates have been issued by the Norwegian Maritime Directorate or whoever is authorized by the Norwegian Maritime Directorate

k) New ship: A ship the keel of which is laid or which is at a similar stage of construction on or after 1 January 1999

l) Similar stage of construction: The stage of construction at which: 1

construction identifiable with a specific ships begins

assembly of that ship has commenced,

comprising at least 50 tonnes or 1 per cent of the estimated mass of all structural material,

m) Existing ship: Any ship that is not a new ship

n) Testing standards: The standards set by the following institutions

International Maritime Organization (IMO)

International Organization for Standardization (ISO)

International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)

European Committee for Standardization (CEN)

European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC)

European Telecommunication Standards Institute (ETSI),

with subsequent amendments and established in accordance with the relevant international conventions and with the relevant IMO resolutions and circulars to define testing methods and test results,

but only in the form referred to in Appendix A

o) Type approval: The procedures for evaluating equipment produced in accordance with the appropriate testing standards and the issue of the appropriate certificate

p) Manufacturer’s representative: A representative,

of a manufacturer established outside the EEA

q) EEA: The European Economic Area

The EEA comprises the EU countries Austria,

Belgium,

Denmark,

Finland,

France,

Germany,

Greece,

Ireland,

Luxembourg,

Portugal,

Sweden,

and the EFTA countries Iceland,

Liechtenstein,

r) Distributor: A supplier or vendor,

Amended by regulations of 7 April 2003 No

§4 Duties (1) The manufacturer and the manufacturer‟s representative and the importer and distributor of equipment shall ensure that the equipment is produced,

marked and distributed in accordance with the provisions of these regulations

(2) The Notified Body shall ensure that conformity assessments are made in accordance with the provisions of these regulations

master and other persons working on board shall perform their duties in accordance with the Ship Safety and Security Act and the supplementary provisions laid down in these regulations

Amended by Regulation of 29 June 2007 No

§5 Exemptions The Norwegian Maritime Directorate may,

in individual cases and upon written application,

grant exemption from the requirements of these regulations

There must be special reasons that make the exemption necessary and it must be justifiable in terms of safety

Exemptions can only be granted where they do not contravene international agreements to which Norway has acceded

§6 Notified Body (1) An organization which is to perform the tasks of a Notified Body shall fulfil the requirements of Appendix C and be designated by the Ministry of Trade and Industry or the designating authority of another EEA country

The designation of a Notified Body may be subject to specific conditions and/or limited in time

(2) The Ministry or whoever is authorized by the Ministry shall check that Notified Bodies comply with the criteria of Appendix C

Such checks shall take place every other year

(3) The designation of a Notified Body shall be withdrawn if the above criteria are no longer complied with

Chapter 2

Requirements relating to equipment,

§7 Requirements relating to equipment (1) Equipment listed in Appendix A which is placed on board on or after 1 January 1999 shall comply with the relevant requirements of international instruments

(2) Conformity with the relevant requirements of conventions and relevant IMO resolutions and circulars shall be established solely with reference to the relevant testing standards and con-formity-assessment procedures set out in Appendix A

Where both IEC and ETSI testing standards are given,

those standards shall be considered to be alternatives

The manufacturer or the manufacturer‟s representative within the EEA may then decide the standard to be used

(3) Equipment marked in accordance with § 9 or which otherwise fulfils the requirements of these regulations can be freely marketed or placed on board a ship

§8 Conformity-assessment procedures (1) Conformity-assessment procedures as set out in Appendix B include an EC type-examination (module B)

In addition,

according to the choice made by the manufacturer or the manufacturer‟s representative from the possibilities set out in Appendix A,

all equipment shall be subject to: a) the EC declaration of conformity to type (module C),

b) the EC declaration of conformity to type (production-quality assurance) (module D),

c) the EC declaration of conformity to type (product-quality assurance) (module E),

d) the EC declaration of conformity to type (product verification) (module F),

or f) EC full-quality assurance (module H)

the conformity-assessment procedure may be EC unit verification (module G)

(3) To confirm that equipment and components fulfil the requirements of these regulations,

the manufacturer or the manufacturer‟s representative shall produce a written declaration of conformity to type as described in Appendix B

§9 Marking (1) Equipment complying with the relevant international instruments and manufactured in accordance with the requirements of § 8 shall be marked by the manufacturer or the manufacturer‟s representative in accordance with Appendix D

The mark shall be affixed at the end of the manufacturing period

(2) The mark shall be followed by the identification number of the Notified Body which has performed the conformity assessment,

if that body is involved in the production-control phase,

and by the last two digits of the number of the year in which the mark is affixed

(3) The mark shall be affixed to the equipment or to its data plate so as to be visible,

legible and indelible throughout the anticipated useful life of the equipment

Where that is not possible or reasonable due to the nature of the equipment,

it shall be affixed to the packaging of the product,

(4) No marking or inscriptions which are likely to mislead with regard to the meaning or the graphics of the mark shall be affixed

§ 10 Technical innovation (1) The Norwegian Maritime Directorate or whoever is authorized by the Norwegian Maritime Directorate may,

in exceptional circumstances of technical innovation,

depart from the provision of § 7

The equipment may be permitted to be placed on board if it is established by trial or otherwise that such equipment is at least as effective as equipment which does comply with the conformity assessment procedures

Such trial procedures shall in no way discriminate between equipment produced in Norway and equipment produced in other EEA countries

(2) Equipment covered by this provision shall be given a certificate which gives permission for the equipment to be placed on board the ship and imposes any restrictions or lays down any provisions relating to the use of the equipment

The certificate shall be carried on board and with the equipment

§ 11 Trial and evaluation of equipment (1) The Norwegian Maritime Directorate or whoever is authorized by the Norwegian Maritime Directorate may,

for the purpose of trial and evaluation,

permit equipment which does not comply with the conformity-assessment procedures and which is not covered by § 10 to be placed on board

(2) Such equipment shall be provided with a certificate which gives permission to place the equipment on board and imposes any restrictions or lays down any provisions relating to the use of the equipment

The permission shall only be given for a short and limited period of time and shall at all times be carried with the equipment

(3) Such equipment as is permitted to be placed on board under this provision may not replace equipment required to be carried on board according to international instruments

§ 12 Replacement of equipment in a port outside the EEA (1) Where equipment needs to be replaced in a port outside the EEA and it is not possible to place EC typeapproved equipment on board within reasonable time,

or where that would entail an unreasonable delay or cost,

other equipment may be placed on board where: a) the equipment is accompanied by the documentation issued by a recognized organization from a non-EEA country which is considered to be equivalent to a Notified Body

This provision presupposes that an agreement has been concluded between the EC or EFTA and the third country concerned on the mutual recognition of such organizations

b) should it prove impossible to comply with the requirements of subparagraph (a) above,

the equipment must be accompanied by documentation issued by a third country which is a member state of the IMO and party to the relevant international convention(s)

The documentation shall certify compliance with the relevant IMO requirements

The equipment may be placed on board subject to the provisions of the second paragraph

In addition,

the circumstances causing such equipment to be placed on board shall be described in full

Amended by Regulation of 29 June 2007 No

§ 13 Inspection of marketed equipment The Norwegian Maritime Directorate or whoever is authorized by the Norwegian Maritime Directorate may inspect equipment in the possession of vendors or other distributors in the market

§ 14 Withdrawal of equipment from the market,

The Norwegian Maritime Directorate or whoever is authorized by the Norwegian Maritime Directorate shall take such action as is necessary to withdraw the equipment or ban or prevent the equipment from being used on board ships where it is established by inspection or any other means that type-approved equipment can pose a threat to the safety of persons on board or cause marine pollution

§ 15 Documentation The Norwegian Maritime Directorate or whoever is authorized by the Norwegian Maritime Directorate may require the manufacturer of equipment or the manufacturer‟s representative to submit reports from the inspection or tests carried out in accordance with Appendix B

Chapter 3

Concluding provisions § 16 Entry into force and transitional rules (1) These regulations enter into force on 1 January 1999

(2) Equipment described in Appendix A as «New item 2002» which is produced prior to 20 February 2002 may be placed on the market and on board until 20 February 2004

Equipment described in Appendix A as «New item 2003» which is produced prior to 23 March 2003,

as well as items listed in sections 4 and 5 of Appendix A which are wheelmarked and produced prior to 23 March 2003,

may be placed on the market and on board until 23 March 2005

(3) Equipment as mentioned in the second paragraph shall only refer to equipment that is wheel-marked,

type-approved or accepted by the Norwegian Maritime Directorate before the entry into force of these regulations

Amended by Regulation of 7 April 2003 No

Appendix A Equipment for which detailed testing standards already exist in international instruments Amended by Regulation of 7 April 2003 No

Notes applicable to the whole of Appendix A: General: In addition to the international testing standards specifically mentioned,

which must be checked during type-examination (type approval) as referred to in the modules for conformity assessment in Appendix B,

are to be found in the relevant conventions

Column 2: For equipment described as «New item 2002» in this Appendix,

reference is made to § 17 of these regulations concerning the marketing and placing on board of equipment manufactured before 20 February 2002 in a transitional period

For equipment described as «New item 2003» in this Appendix,

reference is made to to § 17 of these regulations concerning the marketing and placing on board of equipment manufactured before 23 March 2003 in a transitional period

Column 3: Where the item is described as «temporarily omitted»,

this means that the marking requirement does not apply

Such items are temporarily omitted from the list due to the fact that there are no international testing standards for them

When international testing standards have been prepared for any such item,

the item and the marking requirement applicable thereto will be reintroduced

Column 3: The expression «item deleted» means the marking requirement no longer applies to the item concerned

Column 5: Where IMO Resolutions are cited,

only the testing standards contained in relevant parts of the Annexes to the Resolutions are applicable and exclude the provisions of the Resolutions themselves

Column 5: For the purpose of identifying correctly the relevant standards,

the test reports and the appropriate typeapproval certificates shall specify the specific testing standard applied and its version,

Column 5: Where two sets of testing standards are indicated (separated by a »

» or separated by a «or»),

each set fulfils all the testing requirements to meet IMO Performance Standards

Thus testing to one set is sufficient to demonstrate compliance with the requirements of the relevant International Instruments

Column 6: Where module H appears,

module H plus design-examination certificate is to be understood

Life-saving appliances Notes applicable to this section 1 Life-saving appliances: Columns 3 and 4: Where these columns are split into two levels for a particular item designator,

the upper level refers where applicable to vessels constructed under the HSC Code prior to 1 July 2002,

and the lower box refers to vessels where applicable operating under the HSC Code on or after 1 July 2002

Item Item Regulation No designation SOLAS 74 as amended where ‘typeapproval’ is required

Lifebuoys

Applicable International regulations of testing standards SOLAS 74,

and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO

Regulation Regulation III/7

1 & III/4,

III/34,

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

36 (63) 8

Col 6 Modules for conformity assessment B+C B+D B+E B+F

IMO Resolution MSC

81 (70)

IMO Resolution MSC

81 (70),

except for battery requirements as specified in EN 394 (1993) which only apply to lifejacket lights

Regulation Regulation III/7

1 & III/4,

III/34,

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

97(73) 8

Positionindicating lights for life-saving appliances a

For survival craft and rescue boats b

For lifebuoys c

For lifejackets

Regulation Regulation III/7

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

36 (63) 8

IMO MSC/Circ

Regulation Regulation III/7

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

97(73),

IMO MSC/Circ

Lifebuoys selfactivating smoke signals

Regulation Regulation III/7

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

36 (63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/7

3 III/4,

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

97(73) 8

Lifejackets

Regulation Regulation III/7

2 & III/4,

III/34,

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

36 (63) 8

IMO Resolution MSC

81(70),

except for battery requirements as specified in EN 394 (1993) which only apply to lifejacket lights

Regulation Regulation III/7

2 & III/4,

III/34,

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

97(73) 8

Immersion Regulation Regulation III/7

IMO Resolution suits and III/4,

3 & MSC

III/34,

exposure IMO Resolution suits MSC

48 (66),

36 (63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/7

III/34,

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC 97(73) 8

Immersion Regulation Regulation III/7

IMO Resolution suits and III/4,

3 & MSC

III/34,

exposure IMO Resolution suits MSC

48 (66),

classified as IMO Resolution MSC lifejackets

36 (63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/7

III/34,

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

97(73) 8

Thermal protective aids

Regulation III/4

Regulation III/7

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66)

IMO Resolution MSC

Rocket Regulation Regulation III/6

III/34,

IMO Resolution (pyrotechnic MSC

48 (66),

36 (63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/6

3 & III/4,

III/34,

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC 97(73) 8

Hand flares Regulation (pyrotechnic III/4

Regulation III/34,

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66)

IMO Resolution MSC

Regulation III/34,

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66)

IMO Resolution MSC

III/34,

IMO Resolution (pyrotechnic MSC

48 (66),

36 (63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/18 & III/4,

III/34,

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

97(73) 8

Regulation Regulation III/21

IMO Resolution III/4,

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO MSC/Circ

IMO Resolution MSC

36 (63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/21

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO MSC/Circ

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 8

Regulation Regulation III/21

IMO Resolution III/4,

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO MSC/Circ

IMO Resolution MSC

36 (63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/21

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO MSC/Circ

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 8

IMO MSC

Resolution liferafts MSC

48 (66),

IMO MSC/Circ

IMO MSC/Circ

IMO Resolution MSC

36 (63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/26

4 III/4,

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO MSC/Circ 8091,

IMO MSC/Circ

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 8

Regulation Regulation III/26

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO MSC/Circ

IMO MSC/Circ

IMO Resolution MSC

36 (63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/26

4 III/4,

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO MSC/Circ

IMO MSC/Circ

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 8

IMO Resolution arrangements III/4,

IMO Resolution (hydrostatic MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

36 (63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/13

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO MSC/Circ

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 8

Regulation Regulation III/21

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66)

IMO Resolution MSC

IMO Resolution boats III/4,

IMO Resolution MSC

48(66),

IMO Resolution MSC

36(63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/21

II III/4,

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48(66),

IMO Resolution MSC

97(73) 8

IMO Resolution rescue boats III/4,

IMO Resolution MSC

48(66),

IMO Resolution MSC

36 (63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/21

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48(66),

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 8

Regulation Regulation III/26

III/34,

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

36 (63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/26

3 & III/4,

III/34,

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 8

IMO MSC/Circ

Regulation Regulation III/23,

IMO Resolution III/4,

III/33 & III/34,

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

36 (63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/23,

III/33 & III/34,

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 8

Temporarily omitted

Regulation Regulation III/33 & IMO Resolution III/4,

III/34,

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

36(63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/33 & III/4,

III/34,

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 8

Regulation Regulation III/34,

IMO Resolution III/4,

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

36 (63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/34,

IMO Resolution Regulation X/3

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 8

Regulation Regulation III/26

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

36 (63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/26

2 III/4,

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 8

IMO MSC/Circ

Regulation Regulation III/34,

IMO Resolution III/4,

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC a

Lifeboats

36 (63) 8

and rescue boats and liferafts Regulation launched by III/4,

Regulation X/3

Regulation III/34,

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 8

Regulation Regulation III/15,

IMO Resolution III/4,

III/34,

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

36 (63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/15,

III/34,

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 8

Regulation Regulation III/26

III/34,

81(70),

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC/Circ

48 (66),

IMO MSC/Circ

IMO Resolution MSC

36 (63) 8

Regulation Regulation III/26

4 & III/4,

III/34,

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66),

IMO MSC/Circ

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 8

Regulation III/4

Moved to 5

Regulation III/34,

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66)

IMO Resolution A

IMO Resolution A

3 84 (X),

EN/ISO 8729 (1998)

IMO Resolution A

3 84 (X),

ISO 8729 (1997)

IMO Resolution lifeboats and Regulation X/3

48 (66)

extinguishin g equipment for lifeboats and rescue boats

Regulation III/34,

IMO Resolution MSC

48 (66)

propulsion IMO Resolution engineMSC

48 (66)

IMO Resolution MSC Lifeboats Regulation X/3

48 (66)

Regulation IMO Resolution MSC III/4,

36 (63) 8

Regulation IMO Resolution MSC III/4,

97 (73) 8

Regulation X/3

Regulation V/17 (b)

Regulation V/17 (f),

IMO Resolution A

889 (21),

IMO MSC/Circ

Regulation V/23

Regulation V/23

IMO Resolution A

889 (21),

IMO MSC/Circ

MSC Circ

MSC Circ

98 (73))

Marine-pollution prevention Col 1

Item Item Regulation No designation MARPOL 73/78 as amended where ’typeapproval’ is required

Applicable International regulations of testing standards MARPOL 73/78,

and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO

Oil-filtering Annex I,

equipment Regulation 16 (for an oil (4) & (5)

content of the effluent not exceeding 15 p

Annex I,

Regulation 16 (1) & (2)

IMO Resolution ME PC

60 (33)

Oil/water interface detectors

Annex I,

Regulation 15 (3) (b)

Annex I,

Regulation 15 (3) (b)

IMO Resolution ME PC

5 (XIII)

Oil-content meters

Annex I,

Regulation 16 (4) & (5)

Annex I,

Regulation 16 (1) & (2)

IMO Resolution ME PC

60 (33)

Process units Item deleted

intended for attachment to existing oily water separating equipment (for an oil content of the effluent not exceeding 15 p

Oil discharge Annex I,

monitoring Regulation 15 and control (3) (a)

Annex I,

Regulation 15 (3)

IMO Resolution A

586 (14)

Sewage treatment plants

Shipboard Annex VI,

incinerators Regulation 16 (2) (a)

Annex IV,

Annex IV,

Regulation IMO Resolution ME Regulation 8 (1) 8 (1) (b)

Annex VI,

Regulation IMO Resolution ME 16 (2) (a)

Modules for conformity assessment B+C B+D B+E B+F

Fire protection Notes applicable to this section 3 Fire protection: Columns 3 and 4: Where these columns are split into two levels for a particular item designator,

the upper level refers to the Regulations applicable to ships built before 1 July 2002,

the lower level refers to ships built on or after 1 July 2002 (but may also apply to ships built before 1 July 2002)

Column 5: In column 5 many items have more than one testing standard listed

It is up to the testing authority to ensure that the applicable testing standard is applied to the item so that it meets the international requirements of the Convention

Item Item Regulation No designation SOLAS 74 as amended where ‘typeapproval’ is required

Applicable International regulations of testing standards SOLAS 74,

and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO

Primary deck Regulation IIcoverings 2/34

Regulation II-2/34

IMO Resolution II-2/49

Parts 2 & 6,

Annex 2,

Regulation II- Regulation II-2/4

IMO MSC/Circ

100 2/4

Portable fire Regulation II- Regulation II-2/6,

IMO Resolution Regulation X/3

602 (15),

IMO Resolution MS C

36(63) 7

Regulation II2/10

Regulation X/3,

IMO Resolution MSC

Col 6 Modules for conformity assessment B+C B+D B+E B+F

EN 3-1 (1996),

Regulation II-2/10

IMO Resolution A

6 02(15),

IMO Resolution MS C

97(73) 7

IMO Resolution MS C

Fire-fighter‟s Regulation II- Regulation IIoutfit: 2/17

IMO Resolution MS clothing C

36(63) 7

clothing) Regulation II- Regulation II2/10

Regulation X/3,

IMO Resolution MS IMO Resolution C

97(73) 7

EN 469 (1995),

EN 531 (1995) + A1 (1998),

EN 1486 (1996),

ISO 15538 (2001)

Fire-fighter‟s Regulation II- Regulation IIoutfit: boots 2/17

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MS C

36 (63) 7

EN 344 (1992) + AC (1993) + A1 (1997),

EN 344-2 (1996),

EN 345 (1992) + A1 (1997),

EN 345-2 (1996) Class 2,

IEC 60903 (1993)

Regulation II2/10

Regulation X/3,

IMO Resolution MSC

Regulation II2/10

IMO Resolution MS C

97(73) 7

IMO Resolution MSC

Fire-fighter‟s Regulation II- Regulation IIEN 659 (1996)

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MS C

36(63) 7

IMO MSC/Circ

Regulation II2/10

Regulation X/3,

IMO Resolution MSC

Regulation II2/10

IMO Resolution MS C

97(73) 7

IMO Resolution MS C

Fire-fighter‟s Regulation II- Regulation IIEN 443 (1997)

IMO Resolution MS C

36(63) 7

Regulation II2/10

Regulation X/3,

IMO Resolution MSC

Regulation II2/10

97(73) 7

IMO Resolution MS C

Regulation II- Regulation IIEN 138 (1994)

IMO Resolution MS C

36 (63) 7

Regulation II2/36

II-2/36

II-2/41-2

Regulation II-2/12,

IMO Resolution II-2/36

II-2/36

800(19)

II-2/41-2

II-2/52

Regulation II2/7

II-2/ 10

II-2/10

IMO Resolution MSC

Regulation II2/7

II-2/10

IMO Resolution MSC

Sprinkler systems components for accommodati on spaces,

service spaces and control stations equivalent to that referred to in SOLAS 74 Regulation II-2/12

Regulation II2/10

IMO Resolution MS C

97(73) 7

IMO Resolution MS C

SelfRegulation II- Regulation IIEN 137 (1993),

EN contained 2/17

II-2/17

136 (1998)

II-2/54

air-operated IMO Resolution MS breathing C

36(63) 7

Regulation II2/10

Regulation X/3,

IMO Resolution MSC

fixed pressure water spraying fire extinguishin g systems for machinery spaces 3

fire integrity “A” class divisions “B” class divisions

Regulation II2/3

Regulation II-2/3

IMO Resolution II-2/3

II-2/16

754 (18),

IMO Resolution MSC

Part 3,

IMO MSC/Circ 916,

IMO MSC/Circ 1004 ,

IMO MSC/Circ 1005

Regulation II- Regulation IIIMO MSC/Circ

IIMSC/Circ 1009 II-2/59

II- 2/59

II-2/59

IMO Resolution MS materials Regulation X/3

36(63) 7

IMO Resolution A

799(19),

IMO Resolution MSC

Part 1,

and Annex Regulation II- Regulation II-2/3

IMO Resolution MS Regulation X/3

97(73) 7

Regulation II2/18

IMO Resolution A

753(18),

IMO Resolution Regulation II-2/9

754(18),

IMO Resolution II-2/9

Regulation II2/15

II-2/18

Regulation X/3

Regulation II2/15

II-2/18

IMO Resolution MS C

36(63) 7

IMO Resolution A

753(18)

ISO 15540 (1999),

ISO 15541 (1999)

Regulation II2/4

Regulation X/3

Regulation II2/4

IMO Resolution MSC

97(73) 7

Regulation II2/30

II-2/31

RegulationII2/30

2,II-2/31

II-2/47

Regulation II2/9

Regulation II2/9

IMO Resolution A

Part 3,

IMO MSC/Circ 916,

IMO MSC/Circ 1004

Regulation II2/3

Regulation II2/4

II-2/16

Regulation II2/9

Regulation II2/4

Regulation II2/18

IMO Resolution MS 1,

Part 4 components

36(63) 7

Regulation II- Regulation II2/9

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MS C

97(73) 7

Regulation II2/3

II-2/34

II-2/34

Regulation X/3

Regulation II-2/3

II 2/34

II 2/34

II-2/49

II-2/49

II-2/50

II 2/34

IMO Resolution MS C

36(63) 7

IMO Resolution A

653(16),

IMO Resolution MSC

61(67),

Annex l,

Parts 2 & 5,

IMO MSC/Circ 1004

Regulation II2/3

Regulation X/3

Regulation II-2/3

5,II2/9

97(73) 7

curtains and other suspended textile materials and films

Regulation II- Regulation IIIMO Resolution 2/3

IMO Resolution MS 1,

Part 7 C

36(63) 7

IMO Resolution A

652(16),

IMO Resolution MSC

IMO Resolution A

688(17),

IMO Resolution MSC

IMO Resolution A

754(18),

Regulation II2/3

Regulation X/3

Regulation II2/3

97(73) 7

II-2/34

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MS C

36(63) 7

Regulation II/3

6,II-2/9

Regulation X/3

7,II-2/26

Regulation X/3

Regulation II2/3

Regulation X3

RegulationII2/3

6,II2/9

97(73) 7

Regulation II2/3

II-2/26

36(63) 7

Regulation II2/3

97(73) 7

Regulation II-2/16,

II-2/32,

II-2/48

Regulation II2/9

Regulation II2/9

IMO Resolution MSC

Regulation,

Regulation II-2/33,

MSC/Circ

Regulation II2/9

Regulation II2/9

MSC/Circ

IMO Resolution A

754(18),

IMO Resolution MSC

ISO 614 (1989),

ISO 1095 (1989),

ISO 1751 (1993),

ISO 3254 (1989),

ISO 3903 (1993),

ISO 3904 (1994),

IMO MSC/Circ 1004

etc penetrations “New item 2002”

Regulation II-2/18

Regulation II2/18

Regulation II2/9

Regulation II12/9

IMO Resolution A

754(18),

IMO Resolution MSC

etc penetrations “New item 2002”

Regulation II2/18

Regulation II2/18

IMO Resolution A

754(18),

IMO Resolution Regulation II-2/9

alarm panels) “New item 2002”

Regulation II2/12

II-2/36

II-2/36

II-2/41-2

5 & II2/52

Regulation II-2/12,

II-2/36

II 2/36

II 2/41-2

Regulation II2/10

II-2/10

Regulation II2/10

II-2/10

IMO Resolution MS C

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)

Regulation II- Regulation II-2/4

IMO Resolution MS Regulation X/3

36 (63) 7

EN 671-2 (2001),

EN ISO15540 (2001),

EN ISO 15541 (2001),

ISO 15540 (1999),

combustible duct penetrations through “A” class divisions 3

Cable Transits through “A” class divisions 3

Regulation II2/9

Regulation II- Regulation IIISO 15541 (1999) 2/10

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MS C

97 (73) 7

gas detection equipment ”New item 2002”

Regulation II-2/59

II-2/59

II-2/62

II-2/59

Regulation VI/3

MSC/Circ

EN 50104 (1999) Oxygen,

EN 50054 (1991),

EN 50057 (1999) Combustible Gases

Regulation II2/4

IMO Resolution MS C

sprinkler systems components for high speed craft ”New item 2002”

IMO Resolution MS C

36 (63) 7

MSC/Circ

IMO Resolution MSC

44(65),

IMO Resolution A

800(19)

restricting materials (except furniture) for high speed craft “New item 2002”

IMO Resolution MS IMO Resolution C

36 (63) 7

40(64),

IMO Resolution MSC

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 7

restricting materials for furniture for high speed craft ”New item 2002”

IMO Resolution MS IMO Resolution C

36 (63) 7

40(64),

IMO Resolution MSC

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 7

divisions for high speed craft “New item 2002”

IMO Resolution MS IMO Resolution C

36 (63) 7

high speed craft “New item 2002”

IMO Resolution MS IMO Resolution C

36 (63) 7

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 7

IMO MSC/Circ 912

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 7

IMO Resolution MSC

97 (73) 7

on high speed craft “New item 2002”

IMO Resolution MS IMO Resolution C

36(63) 7

IMO Resolution MSC

97(73) 7

IMO Resolution MS IMO Resolution through fire C

36(63) 7

high speed craft electric cable transits pipe,

trunk etc penetrations ”New item 2002”

IMO Resolution MSC

97(73) 7

Regulation III/34,

IMO Resolution MS 1

48 (66),

for lifeboats IMO Resolution and rescue A

36 (63) 8

EN 3-1 (1996),

Regulation III/34,

IMO Resolution MS C

97(73) 8

Regulation II2/10

Regulation II-2/10

II-2/63

IMO MSC/Circ

Regulation II2/10

II-2/10

Regulation II2/10

II-2/10

IMO Resolution MS C

Regulation II2/28

II-2/28

II2/41-2

Regulation II2/28

II-2/41-2

Regulation II2/13

II-2/13

IMO Resolution MSC

Regulation II2/13

II-2/13

Regulation II2/62

Regulation II2/1

Regulation II2/4

IMO Resolution A

EN 400 (1993),

EN 401 (1993),

EN Regulation II402 (1993),

II-2/13

EN 1146 (1997),

EN II-2/13

IMO Resolution MS C

IMO MSC/Circ 849

Regulation II-2/62,

IMO IMO MSC/Circ 847

MSC/Circs

450/Rev

Regulation II-2/4

IMO Resolution MS IMO Resolution A

IMO MSC/Circ 847

ISO 15371 (2000),

Cooking Equipment Fire Extinguishin g Systems components (automatic or manual type) ”New item 2003”

Regulation II2/1

Regulation X/3

Regulation II2/1

IMO Resolution MSC

97(73) 7

ISO 6182-1 (1993),

IMO MSC

IMO Resolution MS Ch 3

36(63) 7

2003”

IMO MSC/Circ

IMO MSC/Circ

Regulation II- Regulation II-2/10

IMO Resolution MS Regulation X/3

97(73) 7

IMO Resolution MS C

Regulation II- Regulation II-2/7

IMO MSC/Circ

II-2/63,

II-2/63,

Regulation X/3

IMO Resolution MS C

36(63) 7

Regulation II- Regulation II-2/7

IMO MSC/Circ 1007 2/7

IMO Resolution MS Regulation X/3

36(63) 7

Regulation II2/10

II-2/10

IMO Resolution MSC

Regulation II2/10

97(73) 7

IMO Resolution MS C

Regulation II2/10

Regulation X/3,

IMO Resolution MSC

Regulation II2/10

IMO Resolution MS C

97(73) 7

IMO Resolution MS C

Regulation II2/9

Regulation II-2/9

Regulation II2/10

Regulation II2/10

IMO Resolution MS C

application fire fighting systems components for use in category „A‟ machinery spaces

Regulation II2/1

Regulation X/3

Regulation II2/1

II-2/10

IMO Resolution MSC

97(73) 7

ro-ro spaces and vehicle spaces “New item 2003”

Regulation II2/37

Regulation II2/37

II-2/38

II-2/38-1

II-2/381/3,

II-2/53

II-2/53

IMO Resolution MS C

36(63) 7

Regulation II2/19

II-2/20

Regulation X/3,

IMO Resolution MSC

Regulation II2/19

II-2/20

II-2/20

II-2/20

IMO Resolution MS C

97(73) 7

IMO Resolution 98 ( 73) Ch 7 (FSS Code)

Regulation II2/54

Regulation II2/54

Regulation II2/19

Regulation II2/19

IMO Resolution A

IMO MSC/Circ 914

EN 368 (1992),

EN 369 (1993),

EN 463 (1994),

EN 943-2 (2001)

Navigation equipment Notes applicable to this section 4 Navigation equipment: Columns 3 and 4: Where these columns are split into two levels for a particular item designator,

the upper level refers to the Regulations applicable to ships built before 1 July 2002,

the lower level refers to ships built on or after 1 July 2002 (but may also apply to ships built before 1 July 2002)

Column 4: ITU Recommendations cited are those referred to in the international conventions and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO

Column 5: Wherever reference is made to EN/IEC 61162,

the relevant product testing standard shall be verified to define the applicable part of EN/IEC 61162

Item Item Regulation No designation SOLAS 74 as amended where ‘typeapproval’ is required

Magnetic compass

Applicable International regulations of testing standards SOLAS 74,

and the relevant resolutions and circulars of the IMO

Regulation V/12 Regulation V/12 (b),

IMO Resolution A

382 (X),

IMO Resolution A

694 (17)

Regulation V/18 Regulation

IMO Resolution A

382 (X),

IMO Resolution A

694 (17)

Transmitting magnetic heading device (previously electromagnetic compass)

Gyro compass

Regulation V/12(r),

Regulation X/3,

IMO Resolution MSC

36 (63) 13

Regulation V/12 (b),

IMO Resolution MS C

36 (63) 13

IMO Resolution MS C

IMO Resolution A

694 (17)

Regulation V/18

Regulation X/3,

IMO Resolution 97 (73) 13

Regulation V/19

IMO Resolution 97 (7 3) 13

IMO Resolution MS C

IMO Resolution A

694 (17)

Regulation V/12 Regulation V/12 (d),

IMO Resolution A

424 (XI),

IMO Resolution A

694 (17)

Regulation V/18

Regulation V/19

IMO Resolution A

424 (XI),

IMO Resolution A

694 (17)

Radar equipment

Moved to 4

35 and 4

Automatic radar plotting aid (ARPA)

Moved to 4

Col 6 Modules for conformity assessment B+C B+D B+E B+F

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)

EN ISO 11606 (2001),

EN 60945 (1997),

EN 61162

ISO 11606 (2000),

IEC 60945 (1996),

IEC 61162

EN ISO 8728 (1998),

EN 60945 (1997),

EN 61162 ISO 8728 (1997),

IEC 60945 (1996),