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t ilo P s't ule sPilo R e L': G /Rul e n nli p

IMO2009 Pilot

The periodical information on technical and operational IMO legislation

Results from IMO sessions MSC 84,

MSC 85,

MEPC 57 and MEPC 58 included

IMO Pilot 2009 IMO Pilot 2009 The periodical information on technical and operational IMO legislation

Results from IMO sessions MSC 84,

MSC 85,

MEPC 57 and MEPC 58 included

Foreword to the 9th edition This new edition of the proven IMO Pilot covers IMO legislation with application dates starting on 1 January 2005,

including all decisions of the relevant IMO bodies in 2008

For legislation already in force before 2005 reference should be made to the 2006 edition of this publication

The data provided in this edition are derived from the GL Rules Pilot,

which offers the versatile functions of an interactive,

Web-based tool,

including access to relevant documents

The concept of this publication remains unchanged from the previous edition

However,

the cross-reference tables for “old” and “new” MARPOL Annexes I and II have been omitted and all necessary updates have been made to cover developments of the year 2008

Contents Contents Preface Introduction Rules and Regulations Services Recent IMO Legislation Mandatory Requirements Appendix: Table of cross-references between the regulations of the “old” and “new” SOLAS Chapter II-1 parts A and B (structure and stability) Bibliography Interpretations and Clarifications Attachments Index Abbreviations Authorization of GL by Flag States

71 76 78

Preface © Germanischer Lloyd

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

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

Not only 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 familiarise themselves 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

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- 03/09

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

administrations and other interested parties to identify new regulations 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 tool will be much appreciated,

and should be directed to Fax: +49 40 36149 3333 or E-mail: [email protected]

Operational requirements The increasing importance of operational requirements,

training and general working procedures on board,

is highlighted in the tables of mandatory requirements by coloured backgrounds in the first column

Limitations IMO Pilot has been developed by Germanischer Lloyd with the aim of providing regulatory news in the most up-to-date and complete state possible

However,

Germanischer Lloyd does not warrant and/or assume any kind of liability regarding the up-to-date nature,

completeness or fitness for a specific purpose of the information contained herein

Special requirements of individual flag states have not been included in 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 user’s own risk

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

Preface © Germanischer Lloyd

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Rules and Regulations ServicesServices Rules and Regulations Germanischer Lloyd,

a ship classification society acting on behalf of more than 120 flag states,

has been directly involved in development and application of maritime rules and regulations for more than 140 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 its clients a wide range of services related to maritime rules and regulations

GL Rules Pilot The new GL Rules Pilot provides Web-based information on changes to IMO,

ILO and IACS requirements effective from 1 January 2005 and is continuously updated

A public version,

presenting information equivalent to the pdf-version of IMO Pilot,

The premium version offers customised filtering and search options allowing users to instantly view the regulation changes which affect specific GL-classed ships in their fleets,

and/or those that affect their future newbuildings

In addition,

premium customers have access to source documents as well as expert interpretations of complex amendments

The premium version is available for an annual fee of € 600

For further information and registration please refer to: http://www

com/client_support/flagstates/11279

htm Flag state requirements & guidelines The information provided with GL’s website on flag state requirements and guidelines includes this IMO Pilot for download in pdf format: http://www

htm The download is free of charge

Inquiries and requests for information should be addressed to Germanischer Lloyd Aktiengesellschaft Flag State Affairs/IACS Head Office Hamburg Vorsetzen 35 20459 Hamburg,

Germany Fax: +49 40 36149-3333 E-mail: [email protected]

Seminars and workshops: Germanischer Lloyd has developed seminars and workshops to provide practical information on relevant topics regarding the update of regulations

Training courses support shipping companies,

shipyards and the maritime industry to improve personnel qualification to meet market demands

The seminar program comprises courses on: Module: Maritime Basics •• Shipping Basics •• Shipping Basics for Banks Module: Maritime Regulations •• Introduction to the System of Maritime Regulations •• Latest Amendments to Maritime Regulations •• Surveys and Certificates •• Port State Control Basics •• Calling at US Ports – Requirements for Ships and Shipping Companies

Preface © Germanischer Lloyd

•• Flag State Administration and Regulations by Way of Example of the German Flag •• Inland Navigation – National and International Regulations •• Implementation workshop ILO Maritime Labour Convention New Module: Ship Types •• Multi-Purpose Ships – Technical and Operational Aspects New •• Container Ships – Technical and Operational Aspects •• Oil and Chemical Tankers – Technical and Operational Aspects •• Bulk Carriers – Technical and Operational Aspects •• Passenger Ships – Technical and Operational Aspects •• High-Speed-Crafts (HSC) – Technical and Operational Aspects •• Maritime Regulations for Naval Vessels Module: Ship Technology •• Ship Technology Basics •• Shipbuilding Basics New •• Ship Structure I – Preparation Course New •• Medium Voltage Installations on Seagoing Ships I – Basics New •• Classification and Preparation of Newbuilding Surveys •• Managing Newbuildings •• Ship Structure II New •• Medium Voltage Installations on Seagoing Ships II – Practical Training New •• Hull Monitoring New •• Maintenance of Life-Saving Appliances and Fire-Fighting Equipment on Board Seagoing Ships New •• Damages to Hull and Equipment •• Damages to Machinery and Repairs •• Bridge Design,

Equipment and Arrangement •• Practical Aspects of Corrosion Protection for Shipping Companies and Shipyards •• Seakeeping New •• Certified Coating Inspector According to IMO PSPC •• Anti-Shock Design Course New •• Planning and Production in a Modern Shipyard New •• Fatigue Assessment on Ship Structures New •• Consideration of Local Ship Vibration in the Design Process

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Module: Marine Environmental Protection •• Basics of DIN EN ISO 14001 for Shipping Companies •• Ballast Water Management •• Waste Management •• Fuel Tank Protection •• Implementation and Internal Auditing of an Environmental Management System in Shipping Companies •• Hazardous Substances on Board •• Handling and Transport of Dangerous Goods New Module: Management of Risks and Emergencies •• Emergency Preparedness and Crisis Management •• Basics of Maritime Accident and Incident Investigations New •• Advanced Maritime Accident Investigations and Analysis New •• Simulator Training Emergency Preparedness •• Workshop ISPS Exercise •• Computer Based Technical Response on Emergencies New •• Methods of Technical Risk Analysis in Shipbuilding •• Application of Risk Assessment in Tanker Management and Self-Assessment (TMSA) •• ISM/TMSA Workshop – Risk Assessment,

Change Management,

Incident Investigation •• Dealing Successfully with the Press in Maritime Emergencies Module: Marine Safety Management Systems •• ISM Basics •• ISM Basics for Yachts •• ISM for Ship Management Personnel •• Internal Auditor ISM/DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 for Shipping Companies •• Designated Person Ashore (DPA) Training Course New •• Internal Auditor ISM/ISPS for Yachts •• Harmonisation of Safety and Security Management Systems Module: Maritime Security •• ISPS Basics •• Introduction to ISO 28000:2007 Supply Chain Security Management New •• ISPS Refresher Course New •• Company/Ship Security Officer (CSO/SSO) Training Course •• Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO) Training Course

Preface © Germanischer Lloyd

•• Ship Security Officer (SSO) Training Course for Yachts •• ISPS Implementation Workshop •• ISPS Train-the-Trainer (Maritime Security) •• ISPS Internal Auditor for Shipping Companies •• ISPS Internal Auditor for Port Facilities •• Internal Auditor ISM/ISPS for Yachts •• ISPS for Shipyards •• Harmonisation of Safety and Security Management Systems •• ISO 28000:2007: Managing Security Risk in the Supply Chain New •• Lead Auditor ISO 28000:2007 New Module: Managing Human Resources •• STCW Basics •• Introduction to Crewing •• Maritime English Basics Module: Finance,

Insurance and Taxation •• Investing in Ship Funds – Basic Knowledge for Private Investors New •• Ship Operating Costs Basics New •• Basics in Ship Finance New •• Insurance for Ship Operation •• “Present Tax Topics” for Tax Legislation,

Jurisdiction and Financial Authorities •• Ship Operating Costs – Strategies for Cost-Optimising New •• Managing Risk of Foreign Exchange Rates in Shipping New •• Current Topics of Payroll Taxation – National and International New Module: Ship Operation •• Basics of Ship Stability New •• Update on Ship Stability New •• Navigating in Adverse Weather Conditions New •• Passage Planning New •• ICETRAIN Course for Deck Officers New •• Lay-up of ships New

Contact GL Academy: Germanischer Lloyd Aktiengesellschaft GL Academy Vorsetzen 35 20459 Hamburg,

Germany Fax: +49 40 36149-7429 E-mail: [email protected]

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Recent IMO Legislation

© Germanischer Lloyd

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Mandatory Requirements Mandatory Requirements Explanations The table lists new or amended regulations of IMO instruments (as conventions and codes referred to in conventions) in a chronological order – starting 2005-01-01 − with respect to their application dates

The editorial deadline for the table is 2008-12-31

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 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)”

Due to the editorial deadline this applies to regulation changes due to be applied after 2009-06-30

The operational requirements in the table 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

Recent IMO Legislation

© Germanischer Lloyd

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How to Use ID Number Identifier for each entry,

reference by the index Colour Code:

Amendment Identified by the date of adoption

Technical requirement 2

Operational requirement 3

Technical & operational requirement

Chapter/Annex/Regulation Locates the amendment precisely in terms of chapter and regulation Application Date From this specific day onwards the provisions must be complied with

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

Ro-Ro Cargo Vessel

Restrictions Lists any restrictions/ limitations to the applicability

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

Oil Tanker

Ro-Ro Passenger

Application Date

Passenger Vessel

Ship Types for which the requirements are applicable

Restrictions

Delivery date >= 1995-01-01 and < = 1995-12-31,

TDW >= 5,000,

category 2 and category 3 oil tankers

Subject/Extract Technical/operational contents of the amendment

Subject/Extract

Source Offical documents introducing the requirement

Instrument Convention,

Code etc

Instrument

Chapter or Annex/ Regulation

Amendment

Compliance with the Condition Assessment Scheme (CAS,

MARPOL 73/78

I (1973)/13G

111(50)

The regulation of emergency towing arrangements for tankers is extended: All ships shall be provided with a ship-specific emergency towing procedure

Refer to MSC

SOLAS 1974

II-1 (2005)/3-4

256(84)

Ships are required to be provided with means of embarkation and disembarkation for SOLAS 1974 use in port,

such as gangways and accommodation ladders,

based on the guidelines developed by the IMO,

which shall be inspected and maintained in suitable condition for their intended purpose

All wires used shall be maintained as specified in regulation SOLAS Reg

II-1 (2005)/3-9

256(84)

New ships are constructed generally on or after the application date

different deadlines apply if indicated Existing ships,

marked by “E” are all ships that are no new ships

Recent IMO Legislation

Example March 2008,

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 2006 were delivered only recently

Although the ordered tonnage,

size and equipment of the ships will be exactly the same as two years 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 2006-07-15 for the deliveries,

while he estimates them to be 2009-06-15 for the newbuildings

This leads to the following conclusions:

a) All IMO legislation with an application date before 2006-07-15 (up to no

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 as well 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 analysing 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

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Ro-Ro Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

Recent IMO Legislation

Oil Tanker

Application Date

Ro-Ro Passenger

Passenger Vessel

Mandatory Requirements

Subject/Extract Mandatory Requirements

Restrictions

© Germanischer Lloyd

Instrument

Chapter or Annex/ Regulation

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Amendment

2005-01-01

GT/GRT >= 20,000,

ships intended primarily to carry dry cargo in bulk

New regulation on "Access to and within spaces in the cargo area of oil tankers and bulk carriers",

replacing former regulation 12-2

SOLAS 1974

II-1 (1981)/3-6

134(76)

2005-01-01

GT/GRT >= 20,000,

ships intended primarily to carry dry cargo in bulk

New IMO "Technical provisions for means of access for inspections",

made mandatory in connection with the introduction of SOLAS II-1/3-6

SOLAS 1974

II-1 (1981)/3-6

133(76)

2005-01-01

Bulk carriers only if GT/GRT >= 20,000

Large tanks (length > 35 m) are to be provided with two means of access

SOLAS 1974

II-1 (1981)/3-6

134(76)

2005-01-01

GT/GRT >= 20,000

Cargo holds are to be provided with two means of access

SOLAS 1974

II-1 (1981)/3-6

134(76)

2005-01-01

Bulk carriers only if GT/GRT >= 20,000

A ship structure access manual,

approved by the administration,

to show the means of access for carrying out inspections

SOLAS 1974

II-1 (1981)/3-6

134(76)

2005-01-01

Freeboard length >= 100 m,

ships flying the flag of a party to the 1988 LL Protocol

Increased design loads for hatch covers

LL 66/88

B/I/16(2)

143(77)

2005-01-01

Freeboard length >= 24 m and < 100 m,

ships flying the flag of a party to the 1988 LL Protocol

Increased design loads for hatch covers

LL 66/88

B/I/16(3) + (4)

143(77)

2005-01-01

Freeboard length >= 24 m,

ships flying the flag of a party to the 1988 LL Protocol

New formula for the calculation of the minimum bow height

LL 66/88

143(77)

2005-01-01

Freeboard length >= 24 m,

ships assigned a type "B" freeboard

New requirement for additional reserve buoyancy in the fore end of the ship

LL 66/88

B/I/39(5)

143(77)

2005-01-01

Freeboard length >= 24 m,

ships flying the flag of a party to the 1988 LL Protocol

Comprehensive revision of the regulations for determining load lines,

reflecting in particular the interpretations developed since the introduction of the 1966 Load Line convention

LL 66/88

B/I/Complete Chapter

143(77)

2005-01-01

Delivery date < 1996-07-06,

TDW >= 20,000 t,

tankers carrying a cargo or part cargo of crude oil and not complying with MARPOL I/13F,

TDW >= 30,000 t,

tankers not carrying a cargo or part cargo of crude oil and not complying with MARPOL I/13F

The "Guidelines on the enhanced programme of inspections during surveys of oil tankers" (ESP) are amended by addition of a new Appendix 3 "Sampling method of thickness measurements for longitudinal strength evaluation and repair methods"

ESP Guidelines

Annex B,

Annex 12,

Jun-03 Appendix 3

144(77)

2005-01-01

GT/GRT >= 150

Revised guidelines and specifications for oil discharge monitoring and control systems for oil tankers,

replacing the previous guidelines adopted with resolution A

586(14)

Resolution

108(49)

2005-01-01

Resolution

107(49)

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

N/E GT/GRT >= 400,

Completely revised guidelines and specifications for pollution prevention equipment ships on which pollution prevention for machinery space bilges equipment for machinery space bilges is to be installed >= 2005-01-01

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

Ro-Ro Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

Recent IMO Legislation

Oil Tanker

Application Date

Ro-Ro Passenger

Passenger Vessel

Mandatory Requirements

Subject/Extract Mandatory Requirements

Restrictions

2005-04-05

Delivery date < 1996-07-06 or keel-laying date < 1994-01-06 or contract date < 1993-07-06 TDW >= 5,000 t

2005-04-05

2005-04-05

Definitions of categories for ships,

used in the phase-out scheme for single hull tankers: "Category 1 oil tanker" means a tanker without protectively located segregated ballast tanks,

crude oil washing and pumping,

piping and discharge arrangements and of >= 20,000 dwt carrying crude oil,

heavy diesel oil or lubricating oil as cargo resp

of >= 30,000 dwt carrying other types of oil as cargo

"Category 2 oil tanker" means a tanker with protectively located segregated ballast tanks,

crude oil washing and pumping,

piping and discharge arrangements and of >= 20,000 dwt carrying crude oil,

heavy diesel oil or lubricating oil as cargo resp

of >= 30,000 dwt carrying other types of oil as cargo

"Category 3 oil tanker" means a tanker of >= 5,000 dwt but < 20,000 dwt carrying crude oil,

heavy diesel oil or lubricating oil as cargo resp

a tanker of >= 5,000 dwt but < 30,000 dwt carrying other types of oil as cargo

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Instrument

Chapter or Annex/ Regulation

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Amendment

MARPOL 73/78

I (1973)/13G

111(50)

Delivery date < = 1982-04-05,

Compliance with MARPOL I/13F (double hull in the entire cargo area) is required

TDW >= 20,000,

This means that single hull tankers must either be phased out of the oil trade or be category 1 oil tankers,

carrying crude subject to a major conversion (to double hull)

heavy diesel oil or lubricating oil as cargo

TDW >= 30,000 t,

carrying oil other than crude oil,

heavy diesel oil or lubricating oil as cargo

MARPOL 73/78

I (1973)/13G

111(50)

Delivery date = 5,000,

category 2 and category 3 oil tankers

Compliance with MARPOL I/13F (double hull in the entire cargo area) is required

This means that "Category 2" and "Category 3" oil tankers must either be phased out of the oil trade or be subject to a major conversion (to double hull)

Flag state administrations may allow,

continued operation until the ship reaches an age of 25 years (but not beyond 2015)

However,

port state administrations may deny such ships to enter its ports

MARPOL 73/78

I (1973)/13G

5 Dec-03 +

111(50)

2005-04-05

Delivery date = 5,000,

category 2 and category 3 oil tankers

Compliance with the Condition Assessment Scheme (CAS,

MARPOL 73/78

I (1973)/13G

111(50)

2005-04-05

Delivery date < 1996-07-06,

TDW >= 5,000 and < 20,000,

ships carrying heavy grade oil as cargo

Ships may no longer carry heavy grade oil as cargo,

unless complying with the requirements of regulation 13F (double hull)

MARPOL 73/78

I (1973)/13H

111(50)

2005-04-05

Delivery date < = 2003-12-04,

TDW >= 5,000 t,

ships carrying heavy grade oil as cargo

The flag state administration may allow,

continued operation of tankers fitted with double bottoms or double sides not fully complying with double hull requirements of regulation 13F beyond 2008 until the ship reaches 25 years after the date of its delivery

MARPOL 73/78

I (1973)/13H

111(50)

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

Ro-Ro Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

Recent IMO Legislation

Oil Tanker

Application Date

Ro-Ro Passenger

Passenger Vessel

Mandatory Requirements

Subject/Extract Mandatory Requirements

Restrictions

© Germanischer Lloyd

Instrument

Chapter or Annex/ Regulation

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Amendment

Delivery date >1982-04-05 and Compliance with MARPOL I/13F (double hull in the entire cargo area) is required

This means that single hull tankers must either be phased out of the oil trade or be TDW >= 30,000,

subject to a major conversion (to double hull)

Category 1 oil tankers,

carrying oil other than crude oil,

heavy diesel oil or lubricating oil as cargo

TDW >= 20,000,

Category 1 oil tankers,

heavy diesel oil or lubricating oil as cargo

MARPOL 73/78

I (1973)/13G

111(50)

Delivery date >1977-04-05 and < 1978-01-01,

TDW >= 5,000,

category 2 and category 3 oil tankers

Compliance with MARPOL I/13F (double hull in the entire cargo area) is required

This means that "Category 2" and "Category 3" oil tankers must either be phased out of the oil trade or be subject to a major conversion (to double hull)

Flag state administrations may allow,

continued operation until the ship reaches an age of 25 years (but not beyond 2015)

However,

port state administrations may deny such ships entry to its ports

MARPOL 73/78

I (1973)/13G

5 Dec-03 +

111(50)

Delivery date >1990-04-05 and < 1991-01-01,

TDW >= 5,000,

category 2 and category 3 oil tankers

Compliance with the Condition Assessment Scheme (CAS,

MARPOL 73/78

I (1973)/13G

111(50)

2005-05-19

N/E Applies to diesel engines > 130 kW installed on board or constructed >= 2000-01-01 or undergoing a major conversion >= 2000-01-01,

except emergency engines and engines installed in lifeboats

MARPOL VI,

containing regulations for the prevention of air pollution from ships,

is MARPOL generally applicable for all ships,

however with some exceptions such as that survey 73/78 and certification is restricted to ships of at least 400 GT and limitations on NOx emissions are restricted to engines of at least 130 kW power output

MP/ CONF

2005-05-19

General exceptions from requirements of MARPOL VI for any emissions necessary for securing the safety of a ship or saving life at sea or resulting from abnormal,

unintended damage to a ship or its equipment

MARPOL 73/78

MP/ CONF

2005-05-19

Alternatives to requirements of MARPOL VI may be accepted by the administration if such alternative is at least as effective as the provisions required by this Annex

MARPOL 73/78

MP/ CONF

2005-05-19

N/E GT/GRT >= 400

Ships shall be subject to initial,

periodical and intermediate surveys

The survey of engines and equipment for compliance with NOx limits (VI/13) shall be conducted in accordance with the NOx Technical Code

MARPOL 73/78

MP/ CONF

2005-05-19

N/E GT/GRT >= 400

Provisions for duration and validity of the IAPP certificate in line with the HSSC (e

MARPOL 73/78

MP/ CONF

2005-05-19

N/E GT/GRT >= 400

A ship may be subject to Port State Control (PSC) on operational requirements for the prevention of air pollution from ships

MARPOL 73/78

MP/ CONF

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

Ro-Ro Passenger

Oil Tanker

Chemical Tanker

Gas Carrier

Bulk Carrier

Container Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Ro-Ro Cargo Vessel

Recent IMO Legislation

Passenger Vessel

Mandatory Requirements

2005-05-19

N/E GT/GRT >= 400

2005-05-19

2005-05-19

2005-05-19

2005-05-19

2005-05-19

2005-05-19

2005-05-19

2005-05-19

2005-05-20

Application Date

Technical requirements

Instrument

Chapter or Annex/ Regulation

Revision 9

- 03/09

Amendment

Any deliberate emissions of ozone depleting substances are prohibited

New installations containing ozone-depleting substances are prohibited,

except new installations containing HCFCs are permitted until 2020-01-01

From ships removed substances and equipment containing such substances are to be delivered to appropriate reception facilities

MARPOL 73/78

MP/ CONF

The administration may allow exclusion from the application of NOx restrictions to any diesel engine which is installed on a ship that is solely engaged in domestic trades

MARPOL 73/78

MP/ CONF

N/E Keel-laying date >= 2000-01-01,

at least one engine with certified power > 130 kW,

all diesel engines except emergency engines and engines installed in lifeboats

Operation of a diesel engine is only permitted when its emission of nitrogen oxides (NOx) is within certain limits,

depending on the rated engine speed (crankshaft revolutions per minute)

Otherwise,

an exhaust gas cleaning system or any other equivalent method is to be applied to reduce onboard NOx emissions at least to those limits

MARPOL 73/78

MP/ CONF

The sulphur content of any fuel oil used on board ships must not exceed 4

While in the Baltic Sea or any other SOx Emission Control Areas (SECA),

ships must only use fuel with a maximum sulphur content of 1

MARPOL 73/78

MP/ CONF

Tankers shall be provided with an approved vapour collection system and use this system during the loading operations,

if required by ports or terminals

MARPOL 73/78

MP/ CONF

Shipboard incineration is only allowed in an incinerator at not less than 850 °C,

exept that sewage sludge and sludge oil may also be burned in engines or boilers as long as the ship is outside of ports,

Incineration of various substances listed in paragraphs 4 and 6 is prohibited

MARPOL 73/78

MP/ CONF

Governments shall provide adequate reception facilities for ozone-depleting substances (also from ship breaking) and residues from exhaust gas cleaning systems and notify the IMO accordingly

MARPOL 73/78

MP/ CONF

N/E GT/GRT >= 400

Fuel oil shall be free from inorganic acid and any added substances which jeopardise the safety of ships,

are harmful to personal or contribute to air pollution

Details of fuel oil delivered to a ship shall be recorded by means of a bunker delivery note,

which shall be kept on board for three years

MARPOL 73/78

MP/ CONF

Entry into force of the new MARPOL VI,

introducing requirements for the prevention of air pollution from ships

MARPOL 73/78

VI/-Complete Annex

MP/ CONF

N/E GT/GRT >= 400

An International Air Pollution Prevention Certificate (IAPP) shall be issued after survey in accordance with the provisions of MARPOL VI/5 has shown compliance with NOx emission control requirements according to VI/13

MARPOL 73/78

MP/ CONF

N/E Vessels using the tonnage interim scheme A

494(XII)

Ships shall,

as interim measures until full compliance with security requirements of SOLAS XI-2 and the ISPS Code is required on 2008-07-01,

acknowledge the security measures established in ports and request a "Declaration of Security"

SOLAS 1974

XI-2/Complete Chapter

GT/GRT >= 400,

engine with certified power sum > 130 kW,

Ships which are subject to vapour emission control (VOC) in designated ports or terminals N/E

Subject/Extract Mandatory Requirements

Restrictions

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N/E Keel-laying date >= 2000-01-01,

GT/GRT >= 400

Relevant for regulatory bodies

Operational requirements

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

MSC/Circ

Oil Tanker

Chemical Tanker

Gas Carrier

Bulk Carrier

Container Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Ro-Ro Cargo Vessel

Application Date

Ro-Ro Passenger

Recent IMO Legislation

Passenger Vessel

Mandatory Requirements

2005-05-24

2005-07-01

2005-08-01

Instrument

Chapter or Annex/ Regulation

Revision 9

- 03/09

Amendment

Interpretation to SOLAS II-1/22,

outlining provisions for the application of a lightSOLAS 1974 weight check and its acceptance in lieu of an inclining test in the case of sister ships

II-1 (1981)/22

MSC/Circ

Keel-laying date >= 2002-07-01

Controlled tank venting systems should consist of a primary and a secondary means IBC Code of allowing full flow relief of vapour

Keel-laying date >=1986-07-01 and < 2002-07-01,

ships engaged in the carriage of bulk cargoes of dangerous chemicals or noxious liquid substances (NLS)

The administration may approve relaxation of paragraph 8

Compliance of existing ships with cargo-tank venting and gas-freeing arrangements is required

IBC Code 1983

N/E GT/GRT < 150

Revised performance standards for radar reflectors,

SOLAS 1974

V (2000)/19

164(78)

Geographical location of cargo residue discharge to be noted in "Garbage Record Book"

Garbage record book to be updated accordingly

MARPOL 73/78

V/Appendix

116(51)

2005-10-01

2005-10-01

2006-01-01

2006-01-01

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

Subject/Extract Mandatory Requirements

Restrictions

© Germanischer Lloyd

Keel-laying date < 1994-10-01,

ships which comply with the SOLAS fire protection requirements applicable to ships constructed >= 1980-05-25

Automatic sprinkler,

fire detection and alarm systems in accordance with Reg

SOLAS 1974 Res

II-2 (1981)/41-1

4 Apr-92

Keel-laying date < 2002-07-01,

GT/GRT >= 500,

cargo ships only if GT/GRT >= 2,000

Machinery spaces of category “A” above 500 m³ in volume shall be protected additionally by a fixed water-based local application fire-fighting system (FWLAFFS)

Retroactive requirement introduced with II-2/1

SOLAS 1974

II-2 (2000)/10

A/Amax >= 97

Keel-laying date < 1997-07-01

Ships shall comply with damage stability requirements of SOLAS II-1/8 as amended by MSC 12(56) (SOLAS '90 standard)

SOLAS 1974

II-1 (1981)/8-1

SOLAS/Conf

N/E Ships carrying dangerous goods in packaged form

Numerous changes to the IMDG Code,

including introduction of a new chapter 1

IMDG Code

157(78)

N/E NAVTEX services established >= 2006-01-01,

cargo ships only if GT/GRT >= 300

Within the "Criteria for use when providing a NAVTEX service" the system's bandwidth shall be 300 Hz instead of former 500 Hz

Resolution

Annex 4

199(80)

Compliance with MARPOL I/13F (double hull in the entire cargo area) is required

This means that "Category 2" and "Category 3" oil tankers must either be phased out of the oil trade or be subject to a major conversion (to double hull)

Flag state administrations may allow,

continued operation until the ship reaches an age of 25 years (but not beyond 2015)

However,

port state administrations may deny such ships to enter its ports

MARPOL 73/78

I (1973)/13G

5 Dec-03 +

Delivery date >= 1978-01-01 and < = 1979-12-31,

TDW >= 5,000,

category 2 and category 3 oil tankers

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

111(50)

2006-06-01

2006-06-06

2006-07-01

2006-07-01

2006-07-01

2006-07-01

2006-07-01

2006-07-01

2006-07-01

2006-07-01

Ro-Ro Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

Recent IMO Legislation

Oil Tanker

Application Date

Ro-Ro Passenger

Passenger Vessel

Mandatory Requirements

Subject/Extract Mandatory Requirements

Restrictions

© Germanischer Lloyd

Instrument

Chapter or Annex/ Regulation

Revision 9

- 03/09

Amendment

Delivery date >= 1991-01-01 and < = 1991-12-31,

TDW >= 5,000,

category 2 and category 3 oil tankers

Compliance with the Condition Assessment Scheme (CAS,

MARPOL 73/78

I (1973)/13G

111(50)

Bulk carriers only if GT/GRT >= 20,000

Means of access are to be provided also to spaces forward of the cargo area,

nonpermanent means of access may be accepted

Details are given with MSC

158(78)

SOLAS 1974

II-1 (1981)/3-6

151(78)

Bulk carriers only if GT/GRT >= 20,000

New “Technical provisions for means of access for inspections”,

replacing those adopted with MSC

Made mandatory with MSC

Resolution

158(78)

Changes in Vol

III of the IAMSAR manual,

of which an up-to-date copy is to be carried on board

SOLAS 1974

V (2000)/21

MSC/Circ

Means of embarkation on and disembarking from ships: administrations should consider establishing national requirements to the matter,

as well as the associated survey and inspection provisions even before IMO requirements have been established to reduce the number of accidents

SOLAS 1974

1/ Circ

The individual pressure test of each watertight door may be replaced by a prototype pressure test

SOLAS 1974

II-1 (1981)/18

170(79)

A lifeboat which has to be manoeuvred at abandon ship drills by its assigned crew may be launched without its crew onboard

SOLAS 1974

III (1996)/19

152(78)

Maintenance,

testing and inspections of life-saving appliances shall be carried out as per MSC/Circ

SOLAS 1974

III (1996)/20

152(78)

A report of the weekly inspection of the life-saving appliances shall be entered in the SOLAS 1974 log book

The inspection shall include lifeboat hooks,

their attachment to the lifeboat and the on-load release gear system

III (1996)/20

152(78)

At the weekly inspection lifeboats other than free-fall lifeboats shall be moved from their stowed position,

to demonstrate satisfactory operation of launching appliances

SOLAS 1974

III (1996)/20

152(78)

For the monthly inspection,

all lifeboats (except free-fall) shall be turned out from their stowed position,

SOLAS 1974

III (1996)/20

152(78)

Period of thorough examination of launching appliances reduced from five years to one year

SOLAS 1974

III (1996)/20

152(78)

The ship shall be fitted with a free-fall lifeboat and,

with life-rafts on each SOLAS 1974 side of the ship

III (1996)/31

170(79)

Ships fitted with watertight doors

2006-07-01

Testing intervals of EPIRBs adapted to the survey schedules of the HSSC

SOLAS 1974

152(78)

2006-07-01

Maintenance of EPIRBs is to be carried out by an approved shore-based facility at intervals not exceeding five years

SOLAS 1974

152(78)

2006-07-01

N/E GT/GRT >= 50,

Amendments to the mandatory ship reporting system "In the Great Belt Area"

SOLAS 1974

V (2000)/1

978(24)

2006-07-01

Automatic identification system (AIS) to be fitted on board

SOLAS 1974

V (2000)/19

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

Keel-laying date < 2002-07-01,

GT/GRT >= 3,000 and < 10,000,

ships engaged in international voyages

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

Recent IMO Legislation

Oil Tanker

Chemical Tanker

Gas Carrier

Bulk Carrier

Container Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Ro-Ro Cargo Vessel

Revision 9

- 03/09

Ro-Ro Passenger

© Germanischer Lloyd

Passenger Vessel

Mandatory Requirements

2006-07-01

N/E Keel-laying date >= 2002-07-01

The gyro compass or other non-magnetic equipment for display of the ships heading SOLAS 1974 must be clearly readable by the helmsman at the main steering position

V (2000)/19

170(79)

2006-07-01

N/E Keel-laying date >= 1998-07-01,

GT/GRT >= 150,

Requirements for navigation bridge visibility of SOLAS V/22 are no longer applicable for ships of less than 55 m length oa

V (2000)/22

142(77)

2006-07-01

N/E Ships engaged on international voyages exceeding 48 hours

A daily report of the ship's position,

course and speed as well as details on condiSOLAS 1974 tions affecting its voyage or operation is to be submitted to its company according to new para 2

Title of regulation modified accordingly

V (2000)/28

142(77)

2006-07-01

Scope of regulation on "Distress messages: obligations and procedure" widened to cover distress situations rather than just distress messages

SOLAS 1974

V (2000)/33

153(78)

2006-07-01

Modified definitions for "Bulk carrier" and "Bulk carrier of single-side skin construction",

new definitions introduced for "Bulk carrier of double-side skin construction" and "Double-side skin"

Possible implications on design and operation of ships intended to carry dry cargo in bulk

SOLAS 1974

170(79)

2006-07-01

Freeboard length >= 150 m,

Ships shall,

when loaded to the summer load line,

be able to withstand flooding of ships of double-side skin construction,

one cargo hold and remain afloat,

unless such hold is protected by a longitudinal designed to carry cargo having a density bulkhead distant at least B/5 or 11

SOLAS 1974

170(79)

2006-07-01

Freeboard length >= 150 m,

ships of double-side skin construction,

designed to carry cargo having a density of >= 1 t/m³

in which any part of the longitudinal bulkhead is located within B/5 or 11

when loaded to the summer load line,

be able to withstand flooding of any one cargo hold to the water level outside the ship,

taking also into account dynamic effects (same as reg

SOLAS 1974

170(79)

2006-07-01

Freeboard length >= 150 m,

ships with double-side skin construction in all areas

Stiffeners of the double-side skin must not be placed inside the cargo hold (para 2

The minimum distance between the outer and inner side shell is 1,000 mm,

clear passage to allow access for inspection is to be provided (para 2

SOLAS 1974

170(79)

2006-07-01

Freeboard length >= 150 m,

ships with double-side skin construction in all areas

Double-side skin spaces and ballast tanks have to be coated according to SOLAS II-1/3-2

SOLAS 1974

170(79)

2006-07-01

Freeboard length >= 150 m,

ships with double-side skin construction in all areas

Double-side skin tanks must not be used for cargo,

except the top-side wing tanks

SOLAS 1974

170(79)

2006-07-01

Freeboard length >= 150 m,

ships carrying solid bulk cargoes of >= 1000 kg/m³

Cargo holds shall be built to withstand loading/unloading operations without suffer- SOLAS 1974 ing structural damage

Continuity between the side shell structure and the rest of the hull must be assured

The failure of one structural member must not cause failure of adjacent members

170(79)

2006-07-01

Shipowners and operators must carry out maintenance of hatch covers as per SOLAS II-1/3-1 and MSC

169(79)

SOLAS 1974

170(79)

2006-07-01

New standards and guidelines for inspection and maintenance of hatch covers to be performed by shipowners according to SOLAS XII/7

SOLAS 1974

169(79)

Application Date

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

Subject/Extract Mandatory Requirements

Restrictions

Delivery date < 1996-07-01,

ships of ten years of age and over

Operational & Technical requirements

N = New ships

E = Existing ships

Instrument

SOLAS 1974

Chapter or Annex/ Regulation

Amendment

Ro-Ro Cargo Vessel

General Cargo Vessel

Container Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Gas Carrier

Chemical Tanker

Recent IMO Legislation

Oil Tanker

Application Date

Ro-Ro Passenger

Passenger Vessel

Mandatory Requirements

2006-07-01

2006-07-01

2006-07-01

2006-07-01

2006-07-01

Keel-laying date >= 1996-01-01 and < 2002-07-01,

GT/GRT >= 3,000,

2006-07-01

Keel-laying date >= 2002-07-01,

Passenger and cargo High-speed craft

2006-07-01

2006-07-01

2006-07-01

2006-07-01

Technical requirements

Operational requirements

Subject/Extract Mandatory Requirements

Restrictions

© Germanischer Lloyd

Chapter or Annex/ Regulation

Instrument

Revision 9

- 03/09

Amendment

Freeboard length < 150 m,

ships having a sufficient number of transverse watertight bulkheads to satisfy SOLAS XII/4

A loading instrument with computer software approved for intact stability calculations shall be fitted on board

SOLAS 1974

170(79)

Freeboard length >= 150 m,

ships carrying cargoes of density >= 1,780 t/m³

New "Standards for side structures in single-side skin bulk carriers",

which must be met to avoid restrictions from sailing