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2 Applicable requirements to existing ships 2.1 Unless expressly provided otherwise, for ships constructed before 1 July 2002 the Administration shall ensure that the requirements which are applicable under chapter II-2 of the
MSC/Circ.1120 ANNEX Page 3 I:\CIRC\MSC\1120.DOC SOLAS Chapter II-2 Interpretation or reference Part Regulation Application 2 Reference is made to IACS requirement M 24 Œ ﬁRequirements concerning use of crude
MSC.1/Circ.1239 I:\CIRC\MSC\01\1239.doc ANNEX UNIFIED INTERPRETATIONS OF SOLAS CHAPTER II-2 Regulations II-2/3.6 and II-2/220.127.116.11 – Protection of fuel oil
fp 48/3 i:\fp\48\3.doc annex 1 interpretations of vague expressions, other vague wording and references in revised chapter ii-2 of solas 74 revised
ClassNK Technical Information No. TEC-0839 2 4. cargo ships of 500 gross tonnage and upwards and passenger ships constructed on or after 1 July
SC249 Page 1 of 4 IACS Int. 2011 SC 249 (cont) Implementation of SOLAS II-1, Regulation 3-5 and MSC.1/Circ.1379 SOLAS Chapter II-1, Regulation 3-5
ANNEX DRAFT REVISED TEXT OF SOLAS CHAPTER II-1 PARTS A, B AND B-1 Description of format used: The draft text is in tabular format. The left hand column indicates
compliance with Ch.II-2 of SOLAS and as part of the basis for the issue of SOLAS safety certificates. Compliance with re-quirements in Sec.4 will automatically result in compliance with requirements in Sec.3 for assignment of main class.
December 1, 2009 No. 38/2009 STATUTORY ALERT Changes to SOLAS Chapter II-2, Regulation 20 APPLICABILITY All shipowners and operators INFORMATION Resolution MSC.256(84) introduced changes to SOLAS Chapter II-2, Regulation 20
MSC.1/Circ.1456 Annex 1, page 1 I:\CIRC\MSC\01\1456.doc ANNEX 1 UNIFIED INTERPRETATIONS OF SOLAS CHAPTER II-2 1 Gas measurement and detection – portable instruments (regulation II-2/18.104.22.168)
New amendments to SOLAS II-2/19 For the carriage of dangerous goods in packaged form the following amendments adopted by Resolution MSC.269(85) come into force on 1 January, 2011 and are applicable to all ships provided with a Document of
New amendments of SOLAS II-2/19 For the carriage of dangerous goods in packaged form and in solid form in bulk the following amendments adopted by Resolution MSC.269(85) come into force on 1 January, 2011 and are applicable for all ships fitted
of chapter II-2 of the original 1974 SOLAS Convention but neither in chapter II-2 of the 1981 amendments nor in this consolidated text. 7 Those provisions of chapter I and of the appendix to the annex to the
.4 .3.1 fuel oil tanks except those arranged in double bottom compartments shall be located outside of machinery spaces of category A; .3.2 provisions for the measurement of oil temperature are provided on the suction pipe
FP 48/3/2 - 2 - I:\FP\48\3-2.doc 4 In this regard, the Republic of Korea carried out a study to find out where the hot surfaces still exist in machinery space on board ships which hold all valid SOLAS certificates.
CIRCULAR 2012-011 DEPARTMENT OF MARINE SERVICES AND MERCHANT SHIPPING (ADOMS) Maintenance and Inspection for Fire Fighting Appliances and Equipment
Chapter II-2 of SOLAS 1974, which applies to ships constructed on or after 1 January 2003. A ship shall be considered to meet the functional requirements set out in paragraph .2 and to achieve the fire safety objectives set out in paragraph .1 when either ...
for SOLAS chapter III, similar to regulation 2 of SOLAS chapter II-2. The framework could then also be used as a basis for the guidelines for evaluation of novel LSAs to be developed by the Organization, as referred to in the footnote to SOLAS regulation III/4.3.
SOLAS Chapter II-2, Regulation 22.214.171.124.1 requires passenger vessels to be fitted with Low Location Lighting in order to enable passengers to identify escape routes and exits, in accordance with IMO Resolution A.752 (18).
SOLAS regulations II-1/3.2 Performance Standard for Protective Coatings for dedicated seawater ballast tanks in all types of ships and double-side skin spaces of Bulk Carriers. Issued 19 March 2007
Amendments to SOLAS chapter II-2 and to the International Code for Fire Safety Systems (FSS Code) to strengthen the fire protection arrangements in relation to cabin ... the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, to include in the Record of equipment for the
SiO Guidelines to SOLAS Ch. II-2/15.2.9-12 Distribution: Open Published by: MTPNO376/Rev. 1.0 2003-04-07 Page 2 of 8 - If the vessel was built before 1 July 1998 no action should be taken.
MSC 90/11/3 Page 2 I:\MSC\90\11-3.doc 4 This amendment was proposed by Australia and the Bahamas at FP 55 following the discussion at DSC 15 in September 2011.
MSC.1/Circ.1434 Annex, page 2 I:\CIRC\MSC\01\1434.doc .2 are provided with a single handrail or wire rope lifeline not less than 10 mm in diameter, supported by stanchions not more than 10 m apart in way of any
- 3 - SLF 50/WP.1 I:\SLF\50\WP\1.doc with regard to the interpretation of alterations and modifications of a major character under the revised SOLAS chapter II-1:
SOLAS 1974, as amended Chapter II-2 Regulation 6.2 - Spare Charges Date Issued 06 April 1995 Section 1 Revision No.-Item 1.4 Date Revised-Page 1 of 1 With respect to spare charges for portable fire extinguishers to be carried onboard,
FUNDAMNENTAL REQUIREMENTS ON FIRE SAFETY OF SHIPS （SOLAS Convention) regulation 2 of chapter II-2 of SOLAS functional requirements 1 division of the ship into main vertical and horizontal zones by thermal and
1 Safety of Life at Sea, 1974 (SOLAS) Prof. Manuel Ventura Ship Design I MSc in Marine Engineering and Naval Architecture Chapter II-2. Construction – Fire Protection,
Key benefits l Certified for hazardous area mounting - Zone 1 or Zone 2 options l One system for all analogue and digital monitoring l Digital and 4-20mA output for on/off or
MSC 92/WP.7 Annex 17, page 1 I:\MSC\92\WP\7.doc ANNEX 17 DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO SOLAS REGULATIONS II-2/4 AND II-2/16 Part B Prevention of fire and explosion
2 M.Ventura SOLAS 3 Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Contents Chapter I General Provisions Chapter II-1. Construction – Subdivision and Stability, Machinery and
No.131 Page 2 of 4 IACS Rec. 2013 No. 131 (cont) 6. The above does not consider the hazards related to hydrocarbon gas backflow from
MSC/Circ.1158 I:\CIRC\MSC\1158.doc ANNEX UNIFIED INTERPRETATION OF SOLAS CHAPTER II-1 Regulation II-1/22 – Stability information for passenger ships and cargo ships
SOLAS regulation II-2/15.2.11, in force before 1 July 2002, stating that oil fuel piping shall be screened or otherwise suitably protected to avoid, as far as practicable, oil spray or oil leakages onto hot surfaces or into machinery intakes.
Move Forward with Confidence Convention Reference Summary Origin SOLAS II-2/20 (Passenger ships and Ro-Ro Passenger ships) Protection of vehicle, special category MSC 256(84)
provide further guidance on SOLAS regulation II-2/17, which was adopted by resolution MSC.99(73) as part of the revised SOLAS chapter II-2 and is expected to enter into force on 1 July 2002. 2 The Guidelines serve to outline the methodology for the engineering analysis required by SOLAS
I:\CIRC\MSC\01\1433.doc E 4 ALBERT EMBANKMENT LONDON SE1 7SR Telephone: +44 (0)20 7735 7611 Fax: +44 (0)20 7587 3210 MSC.1/Circ.1433 31 May 2012
IMO MSC 90 Agenda preview (Overview) ©Lloyd’s Register 2012 4 • Draft MSC circular on Unified Interpretation of SOLAS regulation II-1/3-2
SC226 Page 5 of 25 IACS Int. 2008 SC 226 (cont) SC226.4 Towing and Mooring Equipment SOLAS Chapter II-1 Reg. 3-8 (as amended by MSC.194(80))
SOLAS chapter XI-2 and the ISPS Code should bring, at the earliest opportunity, ... Appendix II), as embodying the standard for the fingerprint template required under item (k) of Annex I of the Convention. Title: Microsoft Word - 1194.doc
6 (b) The spaces referred to in sub-paragraph 8(a) include open decks and machinery spaces. (9) For the purposes of SOLAS Chapter II-1 regulations 45.2 (Precautions against shock,
MSC 91/WP.5 Page 2 I:\MSC\91\WP\5.doc 6 In order to facilitate the work of the Committee when considering the draft amendments to SOLAS chapter II-2 and the FSS Code, this document consolidates:
AMENDMENTS TO THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE SAFETY OF LIFE AT SEA, 1974, ... REGULATION 7 OF THE SOLAS CHAPTER II-2 1. The purpose of this Notice is to inform the maritime community of the amendments to SOLAS CHAPTER II-2 adopted through resolution by Maritime Safety Committee on its
CIRCULAR 2013-009 DEPARTMENT OF MARINE SERVICES AND MERCHANT SHIPPING (ADOMS) Fireman’s Outfits – SOLAS amendments Ref SOLAS II-2 Reg 10
A revision to SOLAS II-2/19.3 was adopted through resolution MSC.269(85), and to Chapter 7 of the High Speed Craft (HSC) Code through resolution MSC.271(85). These revisions impact the carriage requirements of dangerous goods for all ...
FP 51/9/1 - 2 - I:\FP\51\9-1.doc 4 It is noted that release of the fire-extinguishing medium (generally CO2) into a cargo hold is usually performed locally from inside the storage room by manually controlling the release of
International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) D7-1 2. SOLAS 48 and 60 D7-1 3. Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) Efforts D7-2 4. ... Chapter II-2. SOLAS 29, 48, and 60 can be found in Commandant Instruction (COMDTINST) M16707.1,
SC264 Page 1 of 1 IACS Int. 2013 SC 264 (cont) Non-combustible material as 'steel or equivalent' for ventilation ducts (SOLAS II-2,
Chapter II-2 - Fire protection, fire detection and fire extinction Includes detailed fire safety provisions for all ships and specific measures for passenger ships, cargo ships and
International Convention For The Safety Of Life At Sea (SOLAS), 1974 History SOLAS convention is by far the most important of all conventions concerning the safety