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Part 26-Certs & Surveys

Part 26-Certs & Surveys

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Class 1 & 2 Oral Answers ( Part 26 )
Statutory certificates for merchantships
Issued to implement various international and local conventions.Issued by appropriate authority.
SOLAS 74The Merchant Shipping (Safety Convention) Regulations 1984The Merchant Shipping (Safety Convention) (Amendment) Regulations 2000 
International Convention on Load Lines, 1966, as modified by the Protocol 1988.The Merchant Shipping (Load Line) Regulations, 2000 
International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships,1969The Merchant Shipping (Tonnage) Regulations 1985. 
International Tonnage Certificate (1969)
Other Safety Certificates
These additional safety certificates are an extension of the requirements of SOLAS 74 asmodified by the 1988 Protocol. 
International certificate of fitness for the carriage of dangerous chemical in bulk. (For chemical tankers)International certificate of fitness for the carriage of liquefied gases in bulk. (For gascarriers)1
Class 1 & 2 Oral Answers ( Part 26 )
MARPOL 73/78 Prevention of pollution of the sea act (chapter 243)Prevention of Pollution of the Sea (Oil) (Amendment) Regulations 2000Prevention of Pollution of the Sea (Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk) (Amendment)Regulations 2000 
International Oil Pollution Prevention CertificateInternational Pollution Prevention Certificate for the Carriage of Noxious Liquid Substances inBulk.
International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage, 1992International Convention on the Establishment of an International Fund for Oil PollutionDamage, 1992SINGAPORE’S M.S (CIVIL LIABILITY AND COMPENSATION FOR OIL POLLUTION)ACT 1998 
CLC certificate
Certificate of class
 Awarded to new or existing vessels.On completion of special survey.Reports of special survey have been submitted by surveyors.Reports to be approved by the committee.Then a certificate of class is issued.
Outlines of initial survey procedures forclassification:
 Issuance and innovation of rules and regulations for classification.Examination and approval of calculations, drawings, specifications, basic and detail lay out.Materials used for construction, assembly process, finishing inspection and testing.Quality assurance of welding and welders competency.Supervision of the followings:Component assembly.Ship construction Control and compliance with;Classification rules2
Class 1 & 2 Oral Answers ( Part 26 )
Statutory requirementsMarine fitness. Testing of:Components and systemsSea-trial performance Verification and certification of:CapabilitiesFeatures and qualities. 
Classification Societies
The construction of merchant ships is considerably influenced and regulated by a number of organizations and their various requirements. Classification societies, with their rules and regulations relating to classification, provide a set of standards for sound merchant ship construction.These rules have been developed over many years.These rules are based on experience, practical knowledge.These rules are based on considerable research and investigation. Classification society is a private and non profit making body.
Roles of classification societies:
 The classification societies operate by publishing rules and regulations relating to the structuralefficiency and the reliability of propelling machinery and equipment.These rules are a result of years of experience, research and investigation into ship design andconstruction.They are in fact a set of standards.A classification society exists to classify or `arrange in order of merit' such ships as are builtaccording to its rules or are offered for classification.A classed ship is therefore considered to have a particular standard of seaworthiness. They are authorized on behalf of government:To inspect and survey the ships.To ensure that the ships are being built to certain standards.To ensure by subsequent surveys and inspection that the vessel has maintained her standardwith respect to:Structural strengthEquipment3

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