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III CODE 2013

PART 2 – FLAG STATES IMPLEMENTATION [Applicable from 01-Jan-2016] 15. In order to effectively discharge their responsibilities and obligations, flag States should: 1. Implement policies through issuing national legislation and guidance, which will assist in the implementation and enforcement of the requirements of all safety and pollution prevention conventions and protocols to which they are […]

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PART II | MANDATORY STANDARDS CHAPTER 4 | MARINE SAFETY INVESTIGATION AUTHORITY [Inforce: 01-Jan-2010]   4.1 The Government of each State shall provide the Organization with detailed contact information of the marine safety investigation Authority (ies) carrying out marine safety investigations within their State.   CHAPTER 5 | NOTIFICATION 4.1 When a marine casualty occurs […]

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III CODE 2013

PART 1 – COMMON AREAS OBJECTIVE [Applicable from 01-Jan-2016] 1. The objective of this Code is to enhance global maritime safety and protection of the marine environment and assist States in the implementation of instruments of the Organization. 2. Different States will view this Code according to their own circumstances and should be bound only […]

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PART III | RECOMMENDED PRACTICES CHAPTER 15 | ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES 15.1 States should ensure that marine safety investigating Authorities have available to them sufficient material and financial resources and suitably qualified personnel to enable them to facilitate the State’s obligations to undertake marine safety investigations into marine casualties and marine incidents under this Code. 15.2 […]

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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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