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The Commission therefore proposes a Council Decision on the position to be adopted on behalf of the European Union for the amendments cited in paragraphs 1. The proposed amendments are of an editorial nature.
All ships solsa 50, gross tonnage and upwards shall, in addition to meeting the requirements of paragraph 2. Summary Navigational equipment – carriage requirements for new ships. Shipborne navigational equipment and systems. Would you like to keep them? In addition, the analysis shall be used to demonstrate that escape arrangements consolidatted sufficiently flexible to provide for the possibility that certain escape routes, assembly stations, embarkation stations or survival craft may not be available as a result of a casualty.
The provisions of paragraph 2. The bridge navigational watch alarm system shall be in operation whenever the ship is underway at sea.
Article 3 The position of the Union at the 96 th session of the IMO Maritime Safety Committee shall be to agree to the adoption of the following amendments to: Siting of Speed and distance measuring and echo sounding equipment Echo sounder transducers and SDME transducers on the hull surface should be sited so as to avoid, where practicable, the vicinity of all underwater openings in or projections from the hull such as plugs, anodes or other transducers, so that satisfactory overall performance is achieved.
This publication establishes a universal system of tonnage measurement for ships engaged in international voyages. Information required in accordance with a legal act of the Union has to be provided in electronic format as of 1 June The amendments set out in points 1. All ships irrespective of size shall have: Expand all Collapse all. The reporting formalities identified in the Annex to the Directive are classified in 3 categories: On all ships of gross tonnage and upwards, failure of one piece of equipment ssolas not reduce the ship’s ability to meet the requirements of paragraphs 2.
When “other means” are permitted under this regulation, such means must be approved by Administration in accordance with regulation The carriage requirements are based on ships’ tonnage edtiion are cumulative.
Formal and minor changes to the positions referred to in Articles 1, 2 and 3 may be agreed without requiring that position to be amended. Guidelines on Fatigue, Edition IE This publication provides guidance on better understanding and managing the issue of fatigue. Regulations allow for “other means” to be used to comply with the functional requirements of each equipment item.
It is therefore necessary for the Council to authorise the Member States to express the position of the Union and express their consent to be consolieated by these amendments.
The position of the Union at the 96 th session of the IMO Maritime Safety Committee shall be to agree to the adoption of the following amendments to: Those amendments are expected to be adopted in the 96 th session of the MSC to be held in May New ships 1 July must comply fully with the requirements of this regulation.
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The analysis shall be used to identify and eliminate, as far as practicable, congestion which may develop during abandonment, due to normal movement of passengers and crew along escape routes, including the possibility that crew may need to move along these routes in a direction opposite to the movement of passengers. The position of the Union as set out in Articles 1 12 and 3 shall be expressed by the Member States, which are members of IMO, acting jointly in the interest of the Union.
Full-colour poster showing the symbols related to escape route signs and equipment location markings as adopted by resolution A. Requirements are based on tonnage and are cumulative. An electronic chart display and information system ECDIS is also accepted as meeting the chart carriage requirements of this subparagraph. Languages and formats available. Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, and in particular Article 2 and Article 9 thereof.
The 39 th session of the Facilitation Committee FAL 39 approved the amendments to the annex to the Facilitation FAL Convention with a view to adoption at FAL 40, following the agreement at FAL 35 to initiate a comprehensive revision of the Convention with a view to ensuring that it adequately addressed the present and emerging needs of the shipping industry as well as to modernize its provisions, taking into account developments in the field of the transmission of information and data by electronic means and the single solss concept.
Siting of Radar Antennae Radar performance is critically dependant upon the siting of the antenna. EU case law Case law Digital reports Directory of case law.
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It sokas in particular measures of relevance to the European Union concerning insertion of visa numbers in the passenger lists but not in crew lists and the right of authorities to make the use of electronic submissions of forms mandatory. The basic editon of t All ships of gross tonnage and upwards shall, in addition to meeting the requirements of paragraph 2. Those amendments are expected to be adopted in the 69 th session of the MEPC to be held in April Ships to which paragraph 2. A Pocket Guide to Recovery Techniques, Edition IAE All ships on international voyages are required to have ship-specific plans and procedures for recovery of persons from the water, identifying the eq