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Safety Recommendations for Decked Fishing Vessels of Less than 12 metres in Length and Undecked Fishing Vessels. Рекомендации по безопасности для палубных рыболовных судов длиной менее 12 метров и беспалубных рыболовных судов

  • Safety Recommendations for Decked Fishing Vessels of Less than 12 metres in Length and Undecked Fishing Vessels. Рекомендации по безопасности для палубных рыболовных судов длиной менее 12 метров и беспалубных рыболовных судов
Артикул: 00-01020854
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Автор: FAO/ILO/IMO
Место издания: Rome
ISBN: 978-92-5-107397-1
Год: 2012
Формат: А4 (210x290 мм)
Переплет: Мягкая обложка
Страниц: 267
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The purpose of the Safety Recommendations contained in this publication is to provide information on the design, construction, equipment, training and protection of the crews of small fishing vessels with a view to promoting the safety of the vessel and the safety and health of the crews. The Safety Recommendations may also serve as a guide for those concerned with the safety of vessels used in support of aquaculture activities.
They are not intended as a substitute for national laws and regulations but may serve as a guide to those persons concerned with framing such national laws and regulations. Unless otherwise stated, the provisions of the Safety Recommendations are intended to apply to new decked vessels of less than 12 m in length and new undecked vessels intended to operate at sea (as well as on oceans, rivers, lakes and dams, or on any body of water). Nevertheless, even where not otherwise stated, the competent authority should as far as reasonable and practical give consideration to the application of these provisions to existing vessels.

Contents
Preparation of this document
Abstract
Preface
Chapter 1 General provisions
Chapter 2 Construction, watertight integrity and equipment
Chapter 3 Stability and associated seaworthiness
Chapter 4 Machinery and electrical installations
Chapter 5 Fire protection and fire fighting
Chapter 6 Protection of the crew
Chapter 7 Life-saving appliances
Chapter 8 Emergency procedures and safety training
Chapter 9 Radio communications
Chapter 10 Navigational equipment
Chapter 11 Crew accommodation
Chapter 12 Manning, training and competence
Annex I Illustration of terms used in the definitions
Annex II Recommended construction standards for wooden fishing vessels
Annex III Recommended construction standards for GRP fishing vessels
Annex IV Recommended construction standards for steel fishing vessels
Annex V Recommended construction standards for aluminium fishing vessels
Annex VI Recommended standards for anchoring and mooring equipment
Annex VII Guidance on the structural strength of hatch covers
Annex VIII Guidance on the dimensions of freeing ports
Annex IX An approximate determination of small vessels’ stability by means of a rolling period test
Annex X Recommended practice on portable fish-hold divisions
Annex XI An example of a stability notice
Annex XII Guidance on additional stability criteria for beam trawlers
Annex XIII Guidance on a practical buoyancy test
Annex XIV Guidance on tools and spares to be carried on board
Annex XV Guidance on steering gear
Annex XVI Recommended practice for exhaust systems
Annex XVII Guidance on the installation of electrical equipment
Annex XVIII Guidance on a basic first aid kit
Annex XIX Guidance on personnel protective equipment
Annex XX Guidance on the requirements for buoyant apparatus
Annex XXI Guidance on the requirements for life-saving equipment
Annex XXII Recommendations for testing lifebuoys and lifejackets
Annex XXIII Correct securing of hydrostatic release units
Annex XXIV Guidance on safety training in emergency procedures
Annex XXV Guidance on safe operation of winches, line haulers and lifting gear
Annex XXVI Guidance on the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS)
Annex XXVII Range of VHF for various transmitting/receiving units
Annex XXVIII Use of mobile telephones in distress and safety communications
Annex XXIX Recommended performance standards for radar reflectors
Annex XXX Equipment required to comply with the Collision Regulations (COLREGS)
Annex XXXI The International Code of Signals
Annex XXXII Distress signals
Annex XXXIII Guidance on basic pre-sea safety training
Annex XXXIV List of pertinent publications

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