01.09.2017

The present 2017 Guidelines are applied to the items of technical supervision of Nomenclature of the items of the RMRS supervision. They were developed in order to elaborate RS Rules for the Class Surveys of Ships in Service. The Guidelines set down the methods and procedures of inspecting the vessels along with the associated items for the purpose of assigning, confirmation and renewal of class of ships being in service in accordance with Rules and for confirming that the vessel is fully compliant with all requirements of the RS Rules.

The present Guidelines are also intended to specify the applicable requirements for the inspection of the ships in service in order to confirm that they are complying with IMO Conventions/Codes and any other National/International Regulations. It is the regulating document and is intended for the Russian Register inspectors, ship crews and owners. Virtually all requirements have been included in this official RS publication so that it can be used for all types of inspections and also used by the ship owners and crew members when preparing their ship for the inspector's visit or just ensuring the continuous compliance with all requirements set down herein. In addition, these Annexes to the present Guidelines are to be used for supplementary regulatory information.

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01.09.2017

Another useful Guide from Russian Register Class Society. The present RS Guidelines were prepared on the basis of the technical requirements outlined in the ISR, i.e. Industrial Safety Rules, along with the applicable normative requirements of the federal requirements of Russian authorities, the forms, procedures, techniques and range of the services that are rendered by RS Class in the field of tech supervision of the industrial safety of various hazardous production areas as well as their technical devices.

The Guidelines offered are the guide document for the Russian Register surveyors. This present latest edition of these Guidelines was developed based on the 2008 edition. The Guidelines are approved in full compliance with the established approval procedures and are considered in force since their publication date. The book consists of four parts, as follows - Part 1 - Organizational regulations on technical supervision; Part 2 - Hazardous production facilities and normative and technical documents stipulating industrial safety requirements; Part 3 - Basic requirements for materials/production processes that are used for manufacture of hazardous production facilities and their technical devices. Definitely recommended publication for persons dealing with the maintaining the high level of the industrial safety.

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01.09.2017

These RMRS Guidelines shall apply to the subsea pipelines as specified in 1.1.1 of the Russian Register Subsea Pipeline Rules and to the materials and products addressed thereof. The document provides general provision on technical supervision of the such pipelines, technical documentation, issue relating to the recognition of manufacturers, service suppliers and laboratories, as well as construction and operation of the subsea pipelines; it covers the steel rolled products and pipes used for the pipelines, castings and forgings, valves and flexible pipes, corrosion protection matters, welding procedures and qualification of welders, subsea pipeline routes, mobilization of pipe-laying barges or vessels involved in the activities, installation of the pipelines, laying and testing them.

The publication also includes technical recommendations of surveys of such pipelines in operation as well as to the repairs of the lines - generally, all requirements to apply during and after construction of the subsea pipelines, determination of the acceptability of steel subsea pipelines deviation from their original route, effect of the seabed soil erosion, pipe dent and surface corrosion, pitting corrosion, scores on the external surface, material laminar imperfection, cracks and crack-like defects etc.

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01.09.2017

The present official Guidelines have been released by Russian Register based on the Administrative instructions Nos. 1 & 2 containing applicable requirements to such the important aspects as capacity for taking evasive action, turning capacity, and also concerning the prescribed forward speed/stopping capacity/astern capacity.

They were approved in accordance with the established approval procedures and are therefore in force since January 1, 2011. The Guidelines are intended to specify the applicable requirements for manoeuvring characteristics of inland navigation ships and convoys in compliance with the requirements of the applicable Rules. Fulfillment of the present Guidelines requirements would mean that the vessel's manoeuvring characteristics may be considered compliant with the EC requirements. This book starts with some general info and application terms, followed by the scope of technical supervision and definitions used in the document.

Then there are requirements related to the capacity for taking evasive action and to the turning capacity, and requirements dealing with the speed, stopping and astern capacity; the matters concerning measuring, re cording/ registration of the data collected in the course of the tests, are also addresses along with the test evaluation results.

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01.09.2017

The present Russian Register Guidelines on the SMS Certification in Compliance with the relevant requirements outlined in the ISM Code and of the Ships in Compliance with the ISPS Code were developed and published with the final intention of this Class Society to determine the minimum applicable requirements, that must be met by the Russian Register auditors who perform the certification of the SMS of Company and Ship, along with the security system of the vessels in question.

The Flag Authorities possess the formal right to establish any additional requirements relating to the processes stated above; the implementation of these additional requirements must also be confirmed in the course of the relevant audits. These Guidelines shall primarily be used during the activities of ISM and MMS (marine management system) Auditors when performing of the Company/ship verification for their compliance with applicable requirements contained in the ISM Code as well as MMS Auditors verifying the ship's compliance with ISPS Code; the document shall also to be utilized by people designated to be responsible to duly store, maintain and periodically revise the appropriate documents, and will be helpful for an person intending to improve the knowledge of such type of certification. This RS publication may be used for supplementary info on the SMS Mark.

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01.09.2017

We are introducing the e-version of the printed Guidelines issued by RMRS (Russian Register of Shipping) and providing the applicable requirements of the BWM Convention, 2004, by IMO, intended for class inspectors, ship owners and crew members.

Provisions of this regulatory document shall apply in the course of the surveys of the vessels and the equipment on board the vessels for their compliance with all requirements of the above mentioned Convention as well as IMO resolutions considering IMO and IACS UIs. In total, there are four parts in the book, dealing with the technical Supervision, approval of BWM systems making use of the active substances, addressing the matters concerning the approval and oversight of prototype BWT Technology Programmes; Design, Equipment and Devices of Ships for BW and Sediments Management.

The present Guidelines were approved as compliant with the valid regulations and are in force. They have been developed based on the BWM Convention as well as applicable IMO procedures, taking into consideration all resolutions, amendments, unified interpretations and circulars of IACS and IMO. This document is primarily intended for class inspectors; however, it can also be used by ship crew members, ship owners, ship operators, trainers, port state control officers and any other parties involved, due to the information contained therein.

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01.09.2017

One of the best publication on drilling engineering available today. According to the reviews by professional drillers, the content of the volume shall be recommended in the first turn to the roughnecks willing to learn more about the job they do to succeed in the offshore industry. Though focusing mainly on drilling engineering, the book will also be appreciated by all petroleum engineers.

It is also a perfect source of information and general technical knowledge for the people requiring some oil field familiarization. Written by the leading industry experts in collaboration with the drilling research advisors, the book is explaining the basics as well as the established oil field practices. A real treasure for the drilling engineers and supervisors.

Among the topics covered there are such important topics as selection and evaluation of the drilling rigs and applicable requirements, functions and types of the drilling fluids, applicable selection criteria, evaluation of the fluid and rheology, hydraulics of the drilling fluids and design requirements, well control, drill bit and drill string mechanics, different real-life drilling problems and their solutions, and so many others.

The readers will get full understanding of the drilling process including its engineering fundamentals, be able to recognize the problems associated with drilling and determine correct solutions, and even develop and execute the drilling programs...

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01.09.2017

Here is quite short but very informative and interesting video lecture giving the basic understanding of of the DWA. First, let me define what is the deck water. We are well aware of the fact that the density of the fresh water equals 1.000 t/cub.m., or we may also say that the relative density of the fresh water is 1. The sea water is having the density of approximately 1.025 t/cub.m., and therefore relative density of the salt water is 1.25.

Any water which lies somewhere between the two above mentioned limits, is commonly called Dock Water. And now we will try and understand subject concept... In short, a good one to refresh your knowledge of you are professional in the industry or learn something if you are a newcomer.

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