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OPRC-HNS PROTOCOL 2000

ARTICLE 3 – EMERGENCY PLANS 1. Each Party shall require that ships entitled to fly its flag have on-board a pollution incident emergency plan and shall require masters or other persons having charge of such ships to follow reporting procedures to the extent required. Both planning requirements and reporting procedures shall be in accordance with […]

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CLC – Bunker

Article 14. Entry Into Force   1. This Convention shall enter into force one year following the date on which eighteen States, including five States each with ships whose combined gross tonnage is not less than 1 million, have either signed it without reservation as to ratification, acceptance or approval or have deposited instruments of […]

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HNS CONVENTION – 2010

ARTICLE 9 1. Article 17, paragraph 2 of the Convention is replaced by the following text: 2 Annual contributions payable pursuant to articles 18, 19 and article 21, paragraph 5 shall be determined by the Assembly and shall be calculated in accordance with those articles on the basis of the units of contributing cargo received […]

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HNS CONVENTION – 1996

Chapter II – LIABILITY Liability of the Owner   Article 7 1. Except as provided in paragraphs 2 and 3, the owner at the time of an incident shall be liable for damage caused by any hazardous and noxious substances in connection with their carriage by sea on board the ship, provided that if an […]

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1976 PROTOCOL TO CLC – 1969

ARTICLE VIII 1. The present Protocol shall be deposited with the Secretary-General. 2. The Secretary-General shall: a. inform all States which have signed the present Protocol or acceded thereto of: i. each new signature of deposit of an instrument together with the date thereof; ii. the date of entry into force of the present Protocol; […]

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Heavy Lift Cargoes

Before beginning a heavy lift operation the officer in charge should make sure that the lift can be carried out in a safe and successful manner. Depending on the load to be lifted, the vessel can be expected to heel over once the lift moves off the fore and aft line. Therefore, heads of departments […]

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