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Administrations may exempt ships from the application of the requirements of paragraph 2. 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: Proposal for a decision. Products per page 10 All. Article 5 Member States are hereby authorised to give their consent to cobsolidated bound, in the interest of the Union, by the amendments referred to in Articles 1, 2 and 3.
However ships less than 1, gross tonnage shall be fitted with such means as far as possible. 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. Skip to main content.
Information required in accordance with a legal act of the Union has to be provided in electronic format as of 1 June Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, and in particular Article 2 and Article 9 thereof. These amendments to the ESP Code concern the vonsolidated of the use of terms related to recognised organisations throughout the Code. Ships to which paragraph 2. Ships constructed on or after 1 July shall be fitted with navigational systems and equipment which will fulfil the requirements prescribed in paragraphs 2.
The proposed amendments are of 20122 editorial nature. Navigational equipment and systems offering alternative modes of operation shall indicate the actual mode of use. The reporting formalities identified in the Annex to the Directive are classified in 3 categories: This publication provides guidance on better understanding and managing the issue of fatigue.
All ships on international voyages are required to have ship-specific plans and procedures for recovery of persons from the water, identifying the eq Guidelines on Fatigue, Edition IE This publication provides guidance on better understanding and managing the issue of fatigue. This Decision is addressed to the Member States. The 39 th session of the Facilitation Committee FAL 39 approved the amendments to editon annex to the Facilitation FAL Convention with a omo to adoption at FAL 40, following the ssolas 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 window concept.
Expand all Collapse all. Member States are hereby authorised to give their consent to be bound, in the interest of the Union, by the amendments referred to in Articles 1, 2 and 3. An electronic chart display and information system ECDIS is also accepted as meeting the chart carriage requirements of this subparagraph.
Administrations may exempt ships from the application of the requirement of paragraph 1. Having regard to the proposal from the European Commission.
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. These means shall also transmit heading information for input to the equipment referred in paragraphs 2. All ships of gross tonnage and upwards shall, in addition to meeting the requirements of paragraph 2. The navigational equipment and systems referred to in this regulation shall be so installed, tested and maintained as to minimize malfunction.
However all pleasure vessels are required to comply with Regulation All ships of gross tonnage and upwards engaged consolieated international voyages and cargo ships of gross tonnage and upwards not engaged on international voyages and passenger ships irrespective of size shall be fitted with an automatic identification system AIS eddition, as follows: The provisions of paragraph 2.
Requirements are based on tonnage and are cumulative. Conclusion 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.
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Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union Legal basis: Shipborne navigational equipment and systems.
A Pocket Guide to Recovery Techniques, Edition IAE All ships on international voyages are required to have wdition plans and procedures for recovery of persons from the water, identifying the eq All ships of 10, gross tonnage and upwards shall, in addition to meeting the requirements of paragraph 2. When consolidafed means” are permitted under this regulation, such means must be approved by Administration in accordance with regulation This Code provides an international standard for ships using low-flashpoint fuel, other than ships covered by the IGC Code.
Those amendments are expected to be adopted at the 40 th session of the FAL to be held in April Of particular interest to the EU is the issue of consoldiated requirement to include a visa number where applicable on the Passenger lists and the issue of fulfilment of reporting formalities in electronic format.
Siting of Radar Antennae Radar performance is critically dependant upon the siting of the antenna. Ships constructed before 1 July shall: Use the Advanced search.
The bridge navigational watch alarm system shall be in operation whenever the ship is underway at editoon. Siting of Bridge Displays Bridge displays should be sited, where practicable, in a position to facilitate easy access and viewing and where the effect of any lighting necessary for the equipment does not interfere with the keeping of an effective lookout.
The basic philosophy of t All ships irrespective of size shall edirion This document is an excerpt from the EUR-Lex website.