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Chapter IV Radiocommunications
Geldigheid:04-11-2013 t/m Status: Geldig vandaag

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SOLAS

Chapter IV - Radiocommunications

1 Equivalent arrangement for the capability of transmitting and receiving distress and safety communications using direct-printing telegraphy

SOLAS

Chapter IV

Equivalent arrangement for the capability of transmitting and receiving distress and safety communications using direct-printing telegraphy (13-06)
The Netherlands has accepted equivalent arrangements for the capability of transmitting and receiving distress and safety communications using direct-printing telegraphy prescribed by SOLAS chapter IV regulation 10.1.1. Where, in accordance with SOLAS chapter IV regulation 15.7 duplication of equipment is used in order to ensure availability, the Netherlands accepts Inmarsat Fleet-77 as meeting the requirements for duplication, as specified in IMO resolution A.702(17) Annex paragraph 2.1. This equivalent arrangement is published as SLS.14/Circ.493 (see EasyRules).

2 Interpretation devices to prevent the passage of flame into cargo tanks

SOLAS

Chapter IV

Interpretation devices to prevent the passage of flame into cargo tanks (13-18)
According to MSC.1/Circ.1324 (amendment of former MSC/Circ.677.) existing ships, built before 1 January 2013, carrying crude oil, petroleum products and flammable chemicals must show that the devices to prevent the passage of flame into cargo tanks ("pressure/vacuum valves" and associated "flame arrester") comply with the above regulations no later than the first dry dock survey scheduled on or after January 1, 2013. Only P/V valves approved according to MSC/Circ. are subject to the new requirements. Valves from the past approved according MSC/Circ.373 are excluded as these requirements are not mentioned in the MED and with the amendment of this Circular into MSC/Circ.677, this Circular was completely rewritten.

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