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ISM CODE

PART B | CERTIFICATION & VERIFICATION 14 INTERIM CERTIFICATION [In force from 01-July-1998] 14.1 An Interim Document of Compliance may be issued to facilitate initial implementation of this Code when: 1. a Company is newly established; or 2. new ship types are to be added to an existing Document of Compliance, Following verification that the […]

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IMDG CODE

SUPPLEMENT | RECOMMENDATIONS ON THE SAFE USE OF PESTICIDES PREVENTION OF INFESTATION 2.1 MAINTENANCE & SANITATION 2.1.1 Ship cargo spaces, tank top ceilings and other parts of the ship should be kept in a good state of repair to avoid infestation. Many ports of the world have rules and by-laws dealing specifically with the maintenance […]

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ISM CODE

PART A | IMPLEMENTATION 4 DESIGNATED PERSON (S) [In force from 01-July-1998] To ensure the safe operation of each ship and to provide a link between the company and those on board, every company, as appropriate, should designate a person or persons ashore having direct access to the highest level of management. The responsibility and […]

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INF CODE

CHAPTER 3 – FIRE SAFETY MEASURES [In force from 01-Jan-2001]   3.1 Fire safety measures of a Class INF 1 ship shall be to the satisfaction of the Administration. 3.2 Class INF 2 and 3 ships, regardless of their size, shall be fitted with the following systems and equipment: 1. a water fire-extinguishing system complying […]

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IMDG CODE

VOLUME 1 | PART 2 – CLASSIFICATION CHAPTER 2.1 | CLASS 1 – EXPLOSIVES 2.1.1 DEFINITIONS & GENERAL PROVISIONS 2.1.1.1 Class 1 comprises: 1. explosive substances (a substance which is not itself an explosive but which can form an explosive atmosphere of gas, vapour or dust is not included in class 1), except those which […]

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FTP CODE 2010

ANNEX 1 | FIRE TEST PROCEDURES PART 1 | NON-COMBUSTIBLE TEST   1. APPLICATION 1.1 Where a material is required to be non-combustible, it shall be determined in accordance with this part. 1.2 If a material passes the test as specified in paragraph 3, it shall be considered as “non-combustible” even if it consists of […]

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INTACT STABILITY CODE

PART A | MANDATORY CRITERIA CHAPTER 1 | GENERAL 1.1 APPLICATION 1.1.1 The criteria stated under chapter 2 of this part present a set of minimum requirements that shall apply to cargo and passenger ships of 24 m in length and over. 1.1.2 The criteria stated under chapter 3 are special criteria for certain types […]

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IMSBC CODE 2008

SECTION 7 | CARGOES WHICH MAY LIQUIFY 7.2 CONDITION OF HAZARDS 7.2.1 Group a cargoes contain a certain proportion of small particles and a certain amount of moisture. Group A cargoes may liquefy during a voyage even when they are cohesive and trimmed level. Liquefaction can result in cargo shift. This phenomenon may be described […]

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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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GC CODE 1983

CHAPTER XI | FIRE PROTECTION 11.3 WATER SPRAY SYSTEM 11.3.1 On ships carrying flammable or toxic products, a water spray system for cooling, fire prevention and crew protection should be installed to cover: a. exposed cargo tank domes and any exposed parts of cargo tanks; b. exposed on-deck storage vessels for flammable or toxic products; […]

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