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FTP CODE 1996

APPLICATION [Applicable For ships constructed on or after 01-July-1998 to 01-July-2012] 2.1 This Code is applicable for the products which are required to be tested, evaluated and approved in accordance with the Fire Test Procedures Code as referenced in the Convention. 2.2 Where reference to the Code is indicated in the Convention by the terminology […]

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ESP CODE – 2011

ANNEX A | PART A – SINGLE SIDE SKIN CONSTRUCTION CHAPTER 1 | GENERAL 1.1 APPLICATION 1.1.1 The Code should apply to all self-propelled bulk carriers of 500 gross tonnage and above other than double-side skin bulk carriers as defined in paragraph 1.2.1 of part B of annex A. 1.1.2 The Code should apply to […]

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NATURE AND PURPOSES OF ILO

ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations. Its membership consists of signatory States, of which there are  ILO’s main purpose is to raise world labour standards by building up a code of international law and practice. It forms policies and programmes to help improve working and living conditions, enhance employment opportunities and promote […]

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CSS CODE

CHAPTER 1 – GENERAL 1.1 APPLICATION This Code applies to cargoes carried on board ships (other than solid and liquid bulk cargoes and timber stowed on deck) and, in particular, to those cargoes whose stowage and securing have proved in practice to create difficulties.   1.2 DEFINITIONS OF TERMS For the purposes of this Code: […]

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CODE OF SIGNALS

CHAPTER I | EXPLANATIONS 1. The purpose of the International Code of Signals is to provide ways and means of communication in situations related essentially to safety of navigation and persons, especially when language difficulties arise. In the preparation of the Code, account was taken of the fact that wide application of radiotelephony and radiotelegraphy […]

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III CODE

PART I | GENERAL PROVISIONS CHAPTER 3 | APPLICATION OF CHAPTERS [Inforce: 01-Jan-2010] Part II of this Code contains mandatory standards for marine safety investigations. Some clauses apply only in relation to certain categories of marine casualties and are mandatory only for marine safety investigations into those marine casualties. Clauses in Part III of this […]

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BCH CODE

CHAPTER I | GENERAL 1.1 PURPOSE The purpose of the Code is to recommend suitable design criteria, construction standards and other safety measures for ships transporting dangerous and noxious chemical substances in bulk so as to minimize the risk to the ship, its crew and the environment. For the purposes of MARPOL 73/78, the Code […]

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ANT-IFOULING CONVENTION 2001

ARTICLE 4 | CONTROLS ON ANTI-FOULING SYSTEMS 1. In accordance with the requirements specified in Annex 1, each Party shall prohibit and/or restrict: a. the application, re-application, installation, or use of harmful anti-fouling systems on ships referred to in article 3(1)(a) or (b); and b. the application, re-application, installation or use of such systems, whilst […]

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SUA – 1988

ARTICLE 1   1. The provisions of articles 5 and 7 and of articles 10 to 16 of the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation (hereinafter referred to as “the Convention”) shall also apply mutatis mutandis to the offences set forth in article 2 of this Protocol where […]

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OPRC Convention – 1990

ARTICLE 1 | GENERAL PROVISIONS 1. Parties undertake, individually or jointly, to take all appropriate measures in accordance with the provisions of this Convention and the Annex thereto to prepare for and respond to an oil pollution incident. 2. The Annex to this Convention shall constitute an integral part of the Convention and a reference […]

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