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IMO Pilot 2009 - RNR CERT

1 May 2009 IMO Pilot 2009 The periodical information on technical and operational IMO legislation Results from IMO sessions MSC 84, MSC 85, MEPC 57

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IMO Pilot 2005

The periodical information on technical and operational IMO legislation

Results from IMO sessions MSC 79 and MEPC 52 included

IMO Pilot20052005 IMO Pilot The periodical information on technical and operational IMO legislation

Results from IMO sessions MSC 79 and MEPC 52 included

Foreword to the 5th edition The 5th edition of this publication covers developments of IMO legislation on technical and operational requirements,

starting with the application date 1st January 2000

The editorial deadline was 17th December 2004,

to incorporate the outcome of the 79th session of the Maritime Safety Committee (MSC 79)

No significant changes have been made to the concept of the previous,

the tables of “Mandatory requirements”,

of “Interpretations and Clarifications” and of “Authorization”,

as well as the “Bibliography” have just been updated in accordance with the developments of the last 12 months

The “Mandatory” part was supplemented by cross reference tables between the “old” and “new” regulations of the completely revised MARPOL Annexes I and II

The lists of essential new requirements of the 2000 amendments to SOLAS chapters II-2 and V have remained unchanged,

except for being renamed from “Annex” to “Appendix” to avoid confusion

Contents Contents Preface Introduction Rules and Regulations Services

Recent IMO Legislation Mandatory Requirements 7 Appendix 1: Essential New Requirements of 2000 Admendments to SOLAS II-2 40 Appendix 2: Essential New Requirements of 2000 Admendments to SOLAS V 41 Appendix 3: Table of Cross-References between the Regulations of the “old” and “new” MARPOL Annex I 44 Appendix 4: Table of Cross-References between the Regulations of the “old” and “new” MARPOL Annex II 50 Bibliography 55 Interpretations and Clarifications 59 Attachments Index Authorization of GL by Flag States Abbreviations

69 77 90

Preface © Germanischer Lloyd Revision 5

Introduction Introduction General background Maritime legislation covers technical and increasingly operational ship safety standards as well as environmental and quality issues

All of these are subject to permanent review and almost continuous amendment

Particularly the International Maritime Organization,

as the major international body for the development of maritime regulations,

but also institutions like the EU or flag State Authorities,

are constantly issuing a stream of new,

altered or revised mandatory requirements

The obligation of shipowners and shipboard personnel to constantly familiarize themselves and comply with international rules and regulations has gained even greater significance with the introduction of the ISM Code

Within this context Germanischer Lloyd assumes the role of mediator between its clients and the regulatory authorities,

providing consultation in technical matters and up-to-date regulatory guidance and information

Germanischer Lloyd has published the IMO Pilot as an easy reference to help shipyards,

Administrations and other interested parties to identify new regulations at a stage as early as possible

Early knowledge of new requirements is vital,

as it enables planning and implementation in due course,

thus avoiding problems and saving costs

Feedback,

concerning the experience gained with the use of this brochure will be much appreciated and,

together with your suggestions,

constitutes a source of constant improvement

Operational Requirements Taking into account the increasing importance of regulations for education,

training and general working procedures on board,

such operational requirements have been highlighted in the tables by coloured frames in the first column

Limitations The IMO Pilot has been developed by Germanischer Lloyd with the aim of providing regulatory news in the most current state possible,

hence also including legislation that is still under consideration,

but likely to be adopted in the near future

One should always bear in mind that contents of the respective requirements are provisional and might still be subject to change

Special requirements of individual flag States have not been included in the IMO Pilot as listing them with all their details would extend beyond the capabilities of this medium as a quick reference tool

Disclaimer These guidelines have been prepared using the best information currently available

They are intended purely as guidance

their use is at the users own risk

No responsibility is accepted by Germanischer Lloyd for any consequences whatsoever resulting directly or indirectly from the use of this brochure

Rules and ServicesServices Rules andRegulations Regulations Germanischer Lloyd as a ship classification society acting on behalf of more than 120 flag States has been directly involved in maritime rules and regulations for more than 130 years

Through the development of classification rules as well as through representation in over 100 international and national rule-making committees (from IMO to ISO,

from IACS to IEC) Germanischer Lloyd is in a position to offer to its clients a wide range of services related to maritime rules and regulations

Implementation Tools for National Requirements: Flag specific requirements applicable to new and existing ships are continuously analyzed and included in specific checklists

Further Publications: In the context of the IMO Pilot Germanischer Lloyd has published more implementation tools covering specific topics • IMO Fire Protection Pilot,

SOLAS 2000 Amendments for Chapter II-2 • IMO Safety of navigation Pilot,

SOLAS 2000 Amendments for Chapter V • Brochure: STCW ‘95 Implementation • CD-ROM: ISM/STCW/PSC • Check List for onboard Maintenance • List of Certificates required aboard Inquiries and requests for information should be addressed to Germanischer Lloyd Aktiengesellschaft Flagstate Affairs / IACS Vorsetzen 35 20459 Hamburg/Germany Fax: +49 40 36149-7766 [email protected]

Seminars and Workshops: Germanischer Lloyd has developed seminars and workshops to provide practical information on important topics with respect to the update of regulations

Training courses help shipping companies and yards and the maritime industry to improve personnel qualification in order to meet market demands

The seminar program comprises courses on • Introduction to Maritime Regulations for Owners • Introduction to Maritime Regulations for Shipyards • Latest Amendments to Maritime Regulations • ISM for Ship Management Personnel • Internal Auditor ISM / DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 • Introduction to Crewing • Basics about Port State Control • Port State Control and ISPS Code • Bulk Carrier Safety • Passenger Ship Safety • Ballast Water Management • Company/Ship Security Officer Training Course • Internal Auditor ISPS for Shipping Companies Germanischer Lloyd Aktiengesellschaft GL Academy Vorsetzen 35,

Preface

Revision 5 • 01/05

Mandatory Requirements Mandatory Requirements Explanations The table lists new or amended IMO instruments (conventions and other mandatory instruments such as codes referred to in conventions) in a chronological order – starting 01

If more than one instrument is affected on a specific date the following order is used: SOLAS  Codes made mandatory by SOLAS  MARPOL  STCW  Load Line Convention  Other instruments 

The application dates stated in part I (finalized legislation) may still be subject to confirmation under the tacit acceptance procedure

In such cases the application dates are indicated as “expected” by the added entry “(exp)”

Recently,

IMO has made provisions for implementing legislation in advance of the official entry into force date voluntarily of optionally

In such cases,

the decision on the application date is left to the flag state administration and both dates,

the advanced and the official,

In part II a selection of proposed legislation (not yet adopted by the appropriate body or ratified by the required minimum number of administrations) is listed to provide information on impending legislation at a stage as early as possible

In such cases the entry for “application date” is “not known yet”,

unless a proposed application date is already stated in the relevant draft IMO instrument

The operational requirements in the tables are marked by coloured frames (Examples for operational requirements are training of crew,

transport of special cargoes or documentation)

The entries in column “Subject/Extract” are restricted to a very brief summary of the regulatory changes addressed

For complete information reference is to be made to the relevant official IMO document,

listed in the column “source”

Amendments to IMO instruments are listed in the respective column with their date of adoption

This allows easy reference to IMO publications in which the same terminology is used to identify amendments

The bibliography section lists these IMO publications including information on the amendments covered therein

It should always be kept in mind that any flag state may introduce additional mandatory national requirements with its national legislation

By this,

interpretations and clarifications as listed in the respective section of this Pilot may also become mandatory

© Germanischer Lloyd

Recent IMO Legislation

Revision 5 • 01/05

Recent IMO Legislation © Germanischer Lloyd

Revision 5 • 01/05

How to Use ID Number Identifier for each entry,

reference by the index Colour Code: 1

Technical requirements 2

Operational requirements Amendments Identified by the date of their adaption

Technical & operational requirements

Application Date From this specific day onwards the provisions must be complied with

Subject / Extract Technical / operational contents of the amendment

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

Oil Tanker

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Application Date

Passenger Vessel

Ship Types For which the requirements are applicable

(exp) indicates that the application date is expected but still subject to tacit acceptance

Subject / Extract

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Amendment

Ships ≥ 20000 GT

Cargo holds are to be provided with 2 means of access

SOLAS74

II-1/3-6

December 2002

134(76)

Ships ≥ 20000 GT

A ship structure access manual,

showing the means of access to carry out inspections and approved by the administration,

SOLAS74

II-1/3-6

December 2002

134(76)

Ships under flags of parties to the 1988 protocol to the Load Line Convention

Comprehensive revision of the technical regulations of the 1966 Load Line convention,

reflecting in particular interpretations developed since the original introduction of the ILLC 66

Substantial changes to the design loads for hatch covers (reg

ILLC 66/ Protocol 88

Annex B/Annex 1

June 2003

143(77)

Restrictions

Source Offical documents introducing the requirements

Instrument Convention,

Code etc

Chapter / Annex / Regulations: Locates the amendment precisely in terms of chapter and regulations

Restrictions Lists any restrictions / limitations to the applicability

New ships are constructed generally on or after the application date

different deadlines may apply Existing ships are all ships that are no new ships

Example March 2004,

Rapid Yards receives an order from Bulk Brothers Ltd

The regular customer needs another two bulk carriers for his fleet

The last vessels of that type contracted in 2002 were delivered only recently

Although the ordered tonnage,

size and equipment of the ships will be exactly the same as a year ago,

Rapid Yards will have to make sure that the drawings for the newbuildings comply with the latest state of technical regulations before they are submitted to GL for approval

The task of ensuring compliance is assigned to the design office,

where the head of department checks with the “IMO Pilot” the requirements that have to be observed for the newbuildings,

but were not relevant for the ships just completed

First he determines the respective keel-laying dates

This was July 15th,

while he estimates them to be July 15th,

This leads to the following conclusions:

a) All IMO legislation with an application date before July 15th,

so he can rely on the old drawings in that respect

the newbuildings have to comply with those requirements between nos

which are relevant for the ship type “bulk carrier”

Changes relevant only for existing ships (entry “E” in column “Application”) can be ignored,

same as solely operational requirements

c) Requirements with an application date after the keel-laying date of the two new bulk carriers need not to be observed (from no

However,

it is always advisable to check the upcoming requirements for existing ships to decide whether it makes sense to incorporate them in the newbuilding plans ahead of time or to wait until they are due

the framework is defined and the design department starts analyzing the requirements that contain technical details

If entries are not self-explanatory,

reference should be made to the indicated “Source” and to the “Bibliography” section of this Pilot to find the IMO publication that contains the complete information

Further advice may be found in the list of “Interpretations and Clarifications”

© Germanischer Lloyd

Recent IMO Legislation

Revision 5 • 01/05

Recent IMO Legislation © Germanischer Lloyd

Revision 5 • 01/05

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

Oil Tanker

Application Date

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Passenger Vessel

Mandatory Requirements

Subject/Extract

Restrictions

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Amendment

I Finalised legislation (entry into force may still be pending) 1

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Diesel engines > 130KW,

installed on a ship constructed on or after 01

MARPOL Restrictions on emissions of Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) in the exhaust of Diesel engines

provided that latter engines are subject to alternative NOx control measures established by the Administration

Annex VI/13

September 1997

MARPOL Protocol Annex VI

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Incinerators installed on board on or after 1 January 2000

Each incinerator shall be approved by the Administration and comply with the specifications of IMO resolution MEPC

MARPOL 73/78

Annex VI/16

September 1997

MARPOL Protocol Annex VI

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships under flags of administrations having ratified the 1988 Protocol to SOLAS 74 or applying Res

883(21)

The Harmonized System of Surveys and Certification (HSSC) enters into force

Except for the Passenger Ship Safety SOLAS 74/Protocol 88 Certificate all the SOLAS Certificates will have a full term period of five years upon which a renewal survey is required

Class and Statutory surveys will be performed in a harmonized way

The layout of the SOLAS certificates has to be changed

For cargo ships a minimum of two bottom surveys will be required during each five years period

Administrations have the option to replace the SOLAS Cargo Ship Safety-Radio,

Protocol of 1988 relating to SOLAS 74

Introduction of the Harmonized System of Surveys and Certification (HSSC)

MEPC40(29),

IBC Code

March 1990

Introduction of the Harmonized System of Surveys and Certification (HSSC)

IGC Code

March 1990

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

The Harmonized System of Surveys and Certification (HSSC) enters into force

The MARPOL Annex I and II Certificates will have a full term period of five years upon which a renewal survey is required

The layout of the MARPOL certificates has to be changed

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I /1

March 1990 5

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships under flags of administrations having ratified the 1988 Protocol to the ILLC 1966 or applying Res

883(21)

The Harmonized System of Surveys and Certification (HSSC) enters into force

The Load Line Certificates will have a full term period of five years upon which a renewal survey is required

Class and Statutory surveys will be performed in a harmonized way

The layout of the Load Line certificates has to be changed

ILLC 66/ Protocol 88

Protocol of 1988 relating to ILLC 66

Changes to various technical regulations for conditions of load line assignment (scuppers,

ships of type A and type B with reduced freeboard,

Former amendments (1971,

areas and seasonal periods are also incorporated into the protocol

ILLC 66/ Protocol 88

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

Ships under flags of parties to the 1988 Protocol to the Load Line convention 1966

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

Protocol of 1988 relating to ILLC 66

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Liferafts shall be provided with float-free arrangements acc

SOLAS 74

June 1996

Ships built before 01

Every liferaft shall be of a type fitted with a boarding ramp complying with para 4

SOLAS 74

June 1996

Ships built before 01

Every liferaft shall either be automatically self-righting or a canopied reversible liferaft

The liferaft shall be approved acc

SOLAS 74

June 1996

Ships built before 01

At least one of the rescue boats acc

SOLAS 74

June 1996

Ships built before 01

Each fast rescue boat shall be served by a suitable launching appliance acc

SOLAS 74

June 1996

Ships built before 01

At least two crews of each fast rescue boat shall be trained acc

Table A-VI/2-2) and Res

771(18)

SOLAS 74

June 1996

Ships built before 01

The fast rescue boat acc

Some conditions have to be met

SOLAS 74

June 1996

Ships built before 01

Efficient means for recovery of survivors are to be provided

The means of transfer to the ship may be part of a marine evacuation system

MSC/Circ

SOLAS 74

June 1996

Ships built before 01

Damage stability to comply with Reg

SOLAS 74

II-1/8-1

November 1995

SOLAS Conf 3 Res

Passenger ships carry- Upgraded fire safety standard for stairway enclosures,

A machinery spaces,

ing > 36 passengers and built before 01

SOLAS 74

II-2/41-1 II-2/41-2

April 1992

SOLAS 74

(First periodical survey after that date)

Bulk Carrier

Ships built before 01

(First periodical survey after that date)

Gas Carrier

(First periodical survey after that date)

Chemical Tanker

(First periodical survey after that date)

June 1996

(First periodical survey after that date)

Amendment

(First periodical survey after that date)

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

SOLAS 74

(First periodical survey after that date)

Instrument

Liferafts shall be served by marine evacuation systems acc

(First periodical survey after that date)

Subject/Extract

Ships built before 01

(First periodical survey after that date)

Restrictions

(First periodical survey after that date)

Oil Tanker

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Application Date

Passenger Vessel

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Fishing vessels ≥ 24 m length,

Cargo ships ≥ 300 GT

Mandatory ship reporting system – Off the Chengshan Jiao Promontory

© Germanischer Lloyd

Recent IMO Legislation

Revision 5 • 01/05

Recent IMO Legislation

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

Oil Tanker

Application Date

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Passenger Vessel

© Germanischer Lloyd

Subject/Extract

Restrictions

Ships undertaking regu- Complyance with specific stability requirements required,

taking into account accumulated sea water on car deck

lar scheduled voyages between designated ports in or from or to North West Europe and the Baltic Sea,

A/Amax < 97

(first annual survey after that date)

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Revision 5 • 01/05

Amendment

Annex 2 Regional Agreement on Specific Stability Requirements for Ro-Ro Passenger Ships (Stockholm Agreement) VII/Part D

May 1999

N/E N/E N/E Ships carrying packaged irradiated nuclear fuel,

plutonium and high-level radioactive wastes

Special requirements for the carriage of packaged irradiated Nuclear Fuel,

Plutonium and High-Level Radioactive Waste on board

Mandatory introduction of the INF Code (Res

88(71))

Issuance of an International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of INF Cargo after satisfactory survey

SOLAS 74

N/E N/E N/E Ships carrying packaged irradiated nuclear fuel,

plutonium and high-level radioactive wastes

Introduction of the International Code for the safe carriage of packaged irradiated nuclear fuel,

plutonium and high- level radioactive wastes on board ships (INF Code)

The following chapters are part of the Code:

Draft Assembly Resolution

INF Code

Entry into force of amendments to Annex I (reg

partly taking effect only on 01

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13G Annex I/26(3)

July 1999

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Amendments to the IOPP Certificate supplement Form A (for ships other than oil tankers) and Form B (for oil tankers)

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/ Appendix II/ Appendix

July 1999

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships ≥ 300GT

Mandatory ship reporting system waters of Les Casquets and the adjacent coastal area

SOLAS 74

Final date for providing means to gain safe access to the bow

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-3

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

Oil Tanker

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Application Date

Passenger Vessel

(first periodical survey after that date)

Subject/Extract

(first annual survey after that date but not later than 01

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Amendment

Compliance with Paragraphs 1

3 and 1

3 of Reg

II-2/59 (secondary means for full flow release of vapour from cargo tanks,

alternatively pressure sensors with monitoring)

SOLAS 74

II-2/59

December 1996

Lights fitted on lifejackets before 01

Compliance of life jacket lights with Paragraph 2

SOLAS 74

June 1996

Ships undertaking regu- Compliance with specific stability requirements required,

taking into account accumulated sea water on car deck

lar scheduled voyages between designated ports in or from or to North West Europe and the Baltic Sea,

A/Amax ≥ 97

Restrictions

Regional Annex 2 Agreement on Specific Stability Requirements for Ro-Ro Passenger Ships (Stockholm Agreement)

Helicopter landing area is no longer required for passenger ships other than RoRo passenger ships

SOLAS 74

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Changes to the World-Wide Navigational Warning Service reflecting developments of technical equipment etc

706(17)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Amendment to the forms of certificate (Cargo Ship Safety Construction,

Cargo Ship Safety equipment,

Cargo Ship Safety) under the heading “Type of Ship”,

the type “Bulk Carrier” is added

SOLAS 74/ Protocol 88

N/E N/E

The clause “liable to produce tainting of seafood (Hazard Rating ‘T’ in column A*)

Letter 1891

May 2000

May 2000

MSC/Circ

Appendix to the Annex

May 2000

MARPOL 73/78

Annex III/Appendix

March 2000

Definition of “Nearest land” off Australia changed by altered geographical coordinates

MARPOL 73/78

Annex V/1

October 2000

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Disposal into sea of incinerator ashes from plastic products is prohibited

MARPOL 73/78

Annex V/3

2(a)(i)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Language of garbage management plans and placards to be the working language of the ship's personnel

The additional language may also be Spanish,

MARPOL 73/78

Annex V/9

October 2000

An emergency towing arrangement shall be fitted on both ends on board every tanker

The arrangements shall,

be capable of rapid deployment in the absence of main power on the ship to be towed and easy connection to the towing ship

At least one of the emergency towing arrangements shall be prerigged ready for rapid deployment

Emergency towing arrangements at both ends shall be of adequate strength taking into account the size and deadweight of the ship,

and the expected forces during bad weather conditions

The design and construction and prototype testing of emergency towing arrangements shall be approved by the Administration

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-4

November 2000

N/E N/E N/E ships carrying dangerous goods in packaged form

Tankers ≥ 20 000 tdw

© Germanischer Lloyd

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RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

Oil Tanker

Application Date

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Passenger Vessel

© Germanischer Lloyd

Subject/Extract

Restrictions

Tankers ≥ 20 000 tdw

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Revision 5 • 01/05

Amendment

The design and construction of emergency towing arrangements shall be approved by the Administration,

based on the Guidelines developed by the Organization (MSC

132(75)

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-4

November 2000

New installation of materials containing asbestos

SOLAS 74

II-1/3-5

November 2000

Compliance with two compartment standard required

SOLAS 74

II-1/8-3

June 1997

Inspection of watertight bulkheads and the feasibility of alternative leak tests as hose tests,

dye penetrate test or ultrasonic leak test instead of pressure test

SOLAS 74

II-1/14

May 1998

Emergency lighting in all cargo pump-rooms is required

SOLAS 74

II-1/43

November 2000

Complete revision of chapter II-2

Most changes are editorial,

for essential new requirements refer to Annex 1

Technical specifications and performance standards are no longer part of this chapter

These are now contained in the International Code for Fire Safety Systems (FSS Code)

SOLAS 74

November 2000

Compliance of life jacket lights with Paragraph 2

SOLAS 74

June 1996

This regulation shall apply to materials used for the structure,

electrical installations and equipment covered by the present Convention

For all ships,

new installation of materials which contain asbestos shall be prohibited except for:

at high temperature (in excess of 350°C) or pressure (in excess of 7x106 Pa),

Ships > 400 Persons

Lights fitted on lifejackets < 01

(first periodical survey after that date)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Definition of “Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) Identities” introduced

SOLAS 74

May 1998

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/) N/E N/E

Reference to SAR Convention added

SOLAS 74

May 1998

Tasks of contracting governments to ensure the existence of suitable arrangements for registering GMDSS identities

SOLAS 74

May 1998

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

The navigation receiver as referred to in the new Regulation 18 has been included

SOLAS 74

May 1998

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

EPIRBs have to be tested every 12 months

Extension by the Administration to 17 months possible

Conduction of test aboard or at an approved service station

The guidelines for annual testing of 406 Mhz EPIRBs should be taken into account (MSC/Circ

SOLAS 74

May 1998

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Requirements for automatically or manually updating of the ship’s position in two-way communication equipment with regard to GMDSS

SOLAS 74

May 1998

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

(E) partly applicable to existing ships

Passenger Vessel

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Oil Tanker

Chemical Tanker

Gas Carrier

Bulk Carrier

Container Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

RoRo Cargo Vessel

Application Date

Restrictions

Subject/Extract

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Instrument

Amendment

Complete revision of chapter V

Many changes are editorial,

for essential new requirements refer to Annex 2

SOLAS 74

November 2000

N/E N/E N/E

Cargo Securing Manual (CSM) to be applied to all cargoes other than bulk

The CSM shall be drawn up acc

SOLAS 74

May 1998

N/E N/E N/E

Editorial change (Paragraph 6 containing reference to Cargo Securing Manual (CSM) is deleted)

SOLAS 74

May 1998

N/E N/E N/E

Securing of cargoes to be in accordance with the Cargo Securing Manual (CSM) approved by the Administration

The CSM shall be drawn up acc

SOLAS 74

May 1998

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

The requirements of the ISM Code shall be treated as mandatory

SOLAS 74

November 2000

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Paragraph 6

SOLAS 74

November 2000

Applicable to High Speed Craft

“International Code of Safety for High-Speed Craft” renamed in the definitions as “International Code of Safety for High-Speed Craft,

SOLAS 74

November 2000

Applicable to High Speed Craft

“International Code of Safety for High-Speed Craft,

SOLAS 74

November 2000

Applicable to High Speed Craft

Expulsion of Wing-In-Ground craft from the definition of High Speed Craft

SOLAS 74

November 2000

Applicable to High Speed Craft

Revised definition of “Similar State of Construction” (3% instead of 1% of the estimated mass)

SOLAS 74

November 2000

Applicable to High Speed Craft

Application date changed from 01

96 to 01

SOLAS 74

November 2000

Editorial changes resulting from revision of SOLAS chapter V and introduction of the 2000 HSC Code

Applicable to High Speed Craft built on or after 01

SOLAS 74

November 2000

Applicable to High Speed Craft built on or after 01

Editorial changes resulting from revision of SOLAS chapter V and introduction of the 2000 HSC Code

SOLAS 74

November 2000

Applicable to High Speed Craft

Introduction of the mandatory International Code of Safety for High-Speed Craft,

SOLAS 74

November 2000

Inclusion of details of navigational systems and equipment in the Records of Equipment for Passenger Ships and Cargo Ships

SOLAS 74/ Protocol 88

Appendix

November 2000

100(73)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

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Revision 5 • 01/05

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

A new heading “PART A – IMPLEMENTATION” is added before the heading “1 GENERAL”

ISM Code

November 2000

104(73)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

New definitions are added

ISM Code

November 2000

104(73)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Checklists for Shipboard Operations are included besides plans and instructions

ISM Code

November 2000

104(73)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

The text and heading of the existing chapter 13 is replaced by “Certification” and added by paragraph 13

A copy of the DOC is to be retained on board the ship

ISM Code

November 2000

104(73)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Additional chapter “INTERIM CERTIFICATION” A 6 months interim safety management certificate is allowed to be issued to a ship changing flag provided the Company has planned for an audit of the ship within 3 months of the interim certificate's issuance date

ISM Code

November 2000

104(73)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Additional chapter “VERIFICATION”

ISM Code

November 2000

104(73)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

Additional chapter “FORMS OF CERTIFICATES”: DOC,

Interim DOC,

Interim SMC

ISM Code

November 2000

104(73)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E

New appendix: FORMS: DOC,

Interim DOC,

Interim SMC SMC Endorsement and Interim SMC

ISM Code

Appendix

November 2000

104(73)

Amendments to the Fire Test Procedures Code (MSC

61(67))

FTP Code

November 2000

101(73)

Provision of a primary and secondary means of allowing full flow relief of vapour

Alternatively pressure sensors with monitoring system possible

IBC Code

July 1999

Provision of a primary and secondary means of allowing full flow relief of vapour

Alternatively pressure sensors with monitoring system possible

IBC Code

July 1999

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Application Date

Oil Tanker

Applicable to High Speed Craft built on or after 01

Ships constructed on or after 01

(first scheduled dry-docking after that date latest 01

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

Subject/Extract

Restrictions

Instrument

Amendment

Adoption of the International Code for Fire Safety Systems (Fire Safety Systems (FSS) Code),

made mandatory with FSS Code the November 2000 amendments of SOLAS II-2

The FSS Code contains the performance standards and engineering specifications for fire-extinguishing systems,

smoke detection and alarm systems,

fire-fighting personnel protection,

inert gas systems and means of escape described in SOLAS Chapter II-2

New High-Speed Craft Code adopted in 2000

The Code is mandatory under revised SOLAS chapter X (Safety measures for high-speed craft)

The changes incorporated in the new Code are intended to bring it into line with amendments to SOLAS and new recommendations that have been adopted in the past four years – for example,

requirements covering public address systems and helicopter pick-up areas

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Chemical Tanker

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Passenger Vessel

Hoses installed on board ship on or after 01

IBC Code Cargo hoses must be prototype-tested at a normal ambient temperature with 200 pressure cycles from zero to at least twice the specified maximum working pressure

After this cycle pressure test has been carried out,

the prototype test should demonstrate a bursting pressure of at least 5 times its specified maximum working pressure at the extreme service temperature

Ships constructed on or after 01

Medical first-aid equipment,

including oxygen resuscitation equipment and antidotes for cargoes to be carried,

based on the guidelines developed by the IMO (MFAG)

Ships constructed on or after 01

Ships constructed on or after 01

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Application Date

Oil Tanker

Restrictions

Subject/Extract

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Amendment

October 2000

IBC Code

October 2000

Revised requirements for carriage of carbon disulphide

IBC Code

October 2000

Officers should be trained in emergency procedures to deal with conditions of leakage,

spillage or fire involving the cargo,

based on the guidelines developed by the IMO (MFAG,

relevant provisions of the STCW Code,

parts A and B) and sufficient number of them should be instructed and trained in essential first aid for cargoes carried

IBC Code

October 2000

Editorial changes with regard to drainage system for leakage from cargo tanks

IGC Code

November 2000

103(73)

Editorial changes with regard to piping systems for ballast spaces,

fuel-oil tanks and gas-safe spaces

IGC Code

November 2000

103(73)

Editorial changes with regard to structural members connecting inner and outer hulls

IGC Code

November 2000

103(73)

Editorial changes with regard to pneumatic testing of pressure vessels other than cargo tanks

IGC Code

November 2000

103(73)

A new paragraph 5

Existing paragraph 5

IGC Code

November 2000

103(73)

Modified requirements for prototype testing of cargo hoses

IGC Code

November 2000

103(73)

Editorial changes regarding set pressure changes of pressure relief valves and the corresponding resetting of alarms

IGC Code

November 2000

103(73)

When not in use,

the inert gas system should be made separate from the cargo system in the cargo area except for connections to the hold spaces or interbarrier spaces

IGC Code

November 2000

103(73)

Medical first-aid equipment should be based on the guidelines developed by the IMO (MFAG)

IGC Code

November 2000

103(73)

Training of officers for emergency procedures to be based on the Medical First Aid Guide (MFAG) and parts A and B IGC Code of the STCW Code

November 2000

103(73)

Hoses installed on board ship on or after 01

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Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

Oil Tanker

Application Date

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Passenger Vessel

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Restrictions

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Revision 5 • 01/05

Amendment

Ships ≥ 15 years

Inspection of the outer hull to be carried out only with the ship in dry dock

744(18)

Annex A

November 2000

105(73)

Ships ≥ 15 years

Inspection of the outer hull to be carried out only with the ship in dry dock

744(18)

Annex B

November 2000

105(73)

Ships ≥ 10 years and length > 130 m

Evaluation of the ship's longitudinal strength by using thickness measurments of structural members in accordance with the criteria for longitudinal strength of the ship's hull girder specified in new annex 12

744(18)

Annex B

November 2000

105(73)

heavy diesel or lubricating oil or of 30000 tdw and above carrying other oil)

Tankers to comply with reg 13F (i

to be phased out of service) at the anniversary date of the delivery of the ship as follows: 2003 for ships delivered in 1973 or earlier 2004 for ships delivered in 1974 and 1975 2005 for ships delivered in 1976 and 1977 (Subject to allowance by flag state Administration based on compliance with CAS) Extended operation may be accepted under the conditions of the Condition Assessment Scheme (CAS)

Phase out scheme from 2005 onwards is expected to be superseded by reg

111(50)

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13G

Tankers to comply with reg 13F (i

to be phased out of service) at the anniversary date of the delivery of the ship as follows: 2003 for ships delivered in 1973 or earlier 2004 for ships delivered in 1974 and 1975 2005 for ships delivered in 1976 and 1977 Extended operation may be accepted under the conditions of the Condition Assessment Scheme (CAS)

Phase out scheme from 2005 onwards is expected to be superseded by reg

111(50)

MARPOL 73/78

Annex I/13G

1 and Cat

Condition Assessment Scheme (CAS) introduced to complement the Enhance Survey Program (ESP)

Ships built before 01

Damage stability to comply with Reg

SOLAS 74

II-1/8-1

November 1995

SOLAS Conf 3 Res

Ships built before 01

certified to carry ≥ 1500 persons,

Compliance with two compartment standard required

SOLAS 74

II-1/8-2

November 1995

SOLAS Conf 3 Res

(first periodical survey after that date)

whichever is later (first periodical survey after that date)

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

Oil Tanker

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Application Date

Passenger Vessel

Restrictions

Subject/Extract

Ships undertaking regu- Ships must comply with specific stability requirements,

taking into account accumulated sea water on car deck

lar scheduled voyages between designated ports in or from or to North West Europe and the Baltic Sea,

A/Amax ≥ 97

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Amendment

Letter 1891

Annex 2 Regional Agreement on Specific Stability Requirements for Ro-Ro Passenger Ships (Stockholm Agreement)

126(75)

New mandatory ship reporting system in Greenland waters introduced

SOLAS 74

N/E N/E N/E Ships carrying packaged irradiated nuclear fuel,

plutonium and high-level radioactive wastes

Editorial changes for consistency of SOLAS VII and INF-code

SOLAS 74

June 2001

117(74)

N/E N/E N/E Ships carrying packaged irradiated nuclear fuel,

plutonium and high-level radioactive wastes

Editorial changes for consistency of SOLAS VII and INF-code

INF Code

June 2001

118(74)

High-speed craft built under the provisions of the 1994 HSC-Code

Revised definition of warships to also include craft used only on government non-commercial service

June 2001

119(74)

High-speed craft built under the provisions of the 1994 HSC-Code

Warships,

naval auxiliaries or other craft owned or operated by a Contracting Government and used only on govern- 1994 HSC Code ment non-commercial service are encouraged to act in a manner consistent with the code

June 2001

119(74)

High-speed craft built under the provisions of the 1994 HSC-Code,

Scope extended to include navigational systems and voyage data recorder

Application to craft below 150 gross tonnage to be determined by the Administration

June 2001

119(74)

High-speed ro-ro passenger craft built under the provisions of the 1994 HSC Code

Craft should be fitted with a voyage data recorder (VDR)

The voyage data recorder (VDR) system,

should be subjected to an annual performance test

June 2001

119(74)

High-speed craft built under the provisions of the 1994 HSC-Code

An electronic chart display and information system (ECDIS) may be accepted as meeting the chart carriage requirements of this paragraph

Back-up arrangements should be provided to meet the functional requirements if this function is partly or fully fulfilled by electronic means

Appendix 6 to resolution A

June 2001

119(74)

(first survey after that date)

N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E N/E Ships operating in Greenland waters

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N/E N/E N/E

N/E N/E N/E

RoRo Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Gas Carrier

Application Date

Oil Tanker

Bulk Carrier

Chemical Tanker

RoRo Passenger Vessel

Passenger Vessel

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Subject/Extract

Restrictions

Instrument

Chapter or Annex / Regulation

Revision 5 • 01/05

Amendment

High-speed craft built under the provisions of the 1994 HSC-Code

Section “Details of navigational systems and equipment” added to the record of equipment

Annex 1/5

June 2001

119(74)

Ships carrying solid bulk cargoes

Higher minimum standards of competence required for crews sailing on ships carrying solid bulk cargoes

STCW Code 95

TableA-II/1 and A-II/2

December 1998

Oil tankers ≥ 20000 tdw Amendment to MARPOL Annex I/13G

oil tankers between 20,000 and 30,000 tons deadweight carrying persistent product oil,