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Timber Deck Cargo Code

2.5 Loadline 2.5.1 Ships assigned and making use of their timber load line should follow relevant regulations of the applicable Load Lines Convention for stowage and securing of timber as prescribed in the ship’s Cargo Securing Manual. Special attention should be paid to the requirements concerning the breadth of the stow and voids in the […]

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Timber Deck Cargo Code

2.4 Stability 2.4.1 The master should ensure that the ship condition complies with its stability booklet at all times. 2.4.2 A ship carrying timber deck cargo should continue to comply with applicable damage stability requirements (e.g. SOLAS regulation II-1/4.1 or Load Lines Convention, regulation 27, as appropriate) and, additionally, the 2008 IS Code, particularly the […]

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SPS Code

Chapter 2 – Stability & Subdivision [May apply to special purpose ships certified before 13-05-2008] 2.1 The intact stability of special purpose ships of under 100 m in length should comply with the provisions in resolution A.167(ES.IV) except that the alternative criteria given in 2.5.2 of the Guidelines for the Design and Construction of Offshore […]

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MODU CODE – 2009

2.3 Design loads 2.3.1 The modes of operation for each unit are to be investigated using realistic loading conditions including gravity loading with relevant environmental loading for its intended areas of operation. The following environmental considerations should be included where applicable: wind, wave, current, ice, seabed conditions, temperature, fouling and earthquake. 2.3.2 Where possible, the […]

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MODU CODE – 1979

3.1 Inclining test   3.1.1 An inclining test should be required for the first unit of a design, when as near to completion as possible, to determine accurately the light ship weight and position of centre of gravity. The test should be carried out in the presence of an officer of the Administration or a […]

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MODU CODE – 1979

1.1 PURPOSE The purpose of the Code for the Construction and Equipment of Mobile Offshore Drilling Units, hereinafter referred to as the Code, is to recommend design criteria, construction standards and other safety measures for mobile offshore drilling units so as to minimize the risk to such units, to the personnel on board and to […]

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DSC CODE

1.1 General 1.1.1 This Code represents the recommended requirements for the design and construction of dynamically supported craft, together with the appropriate equipment which should be provided, and the appropriate condition for their operation and maintenance. It is intended that the application of the Code, as applied to craft in accordance with the definition in […]

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Surface Compression Chambers (Diving Code)

2.2.1 A diving system should, as a minimum, include either one surface compression chamber with two separate compartments, or two interconnected separate chambers so designed as to permit ingress or egress of personnel while one compartment or chamber remains pressurized. All doors should be designed so that locking mechanisms, if provided, can be operated from […]

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Diving Code

PURPOSE The purpose of this Code is to recommend design criteria, and construction, equipment and survey standards for diving systems so as to minimize the risk to divers, personnel, ships and floating structures having such systems on board and to facilitate the international movement of such ships and floating structures in the context of diving […]

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Safe Handling of CTU

General 1.1 CTUs are designed for intermodal transport. They are capable to be transferred from one mode of transport to another by rolling or lifting. A swap body can be carried on a road vehicle or on a railway wagon. A freight container can be carried on a road vehicle, on a railway wagon, on […]

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