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Code on Noise Levels on Board Ships (2014) and Guidance for Shipowners on Conducting Noise Surveys

   Here is the publication which was prepared by LR professional and officially by Lloyd's Register marine department; the team of authors combined the Code on Noise Levels on Board Ships in order to provide the owners of the vessels with the required technical guidance to follow during the noise surveys. The Code itself, apart from the general information, contains the requirements to the measuring equipment and process of measurement, applicable noise exposure limits, insulation issues, hearing protection and warning information, reporting format, inclusion of noise issues in SMS, methods of attenuating noise, and simplified procedure for determining the exposure to noise. The Guidance, in turn, provides readers with a quick review of the new for new noise legislation, assessment condition, noise assessment procedures, maximum levels of noise, insulation and reporting, all supplemented with a number of tables and figures. In fact, the number of publication addressing the noise level measurements, associated procedures and regulation, is not that huge so we would recommend this booklet to anyone involved in this process as well as to the owners, crew members, class and PSC inspectors.

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Supplement to Rules and Guidelines of RS - IACS Procedural Requirements, Unified Interpretations and Recommendations

   Here is the Supplement to Rules and Guidelines of Russian Register to the IACS Procedural Requirements, Unified Interpretations and Recommendations. Released this year, it contains all IACS PRs and UIs that have been considered compulsory for implementation, and Recommendations referred to in RS Rules and other documents issued by this classification society. This all-in-one document will definitely be very useful for all persons dealing with maintaining the active class of the vessel, performing relating checks and inspections of the hull, machinery and equipment, preparing ship for the inspector's visit, and, generally, keeping the facility in line with all IACS requirements. It is needless to say that this publication is critically important for the owners of the vessels classed by Russian register as the materials provided there in the book will be invaluable during preparation for the forthcoming visit of the RS inspectors; apart from the class inspections, this document is a perfect reference source since it contains so many regulatory publications inside and the requirements contained therein are very important for safe and efficient maintenance and handling of the ship.

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Distinguishing Marks and Descriptive Notations in the Class Notation Assigned by RS

   The present Reference Book is intended, in the first place, for use by the RS specialists when assigning the class notation to ships and floating facilities. However, this book may also be used by ship owners and designers. The distinguishing marks/descriptive notations provided here in this book are given for the RS Rules dealing with the Classification/Construction of Sea-Going Ships, Rules for their equipment and the RS Load Line Rules - according to 2012 edition. The Reference Book contains references only to the sections, chapters and paragraphs of the above stated Rules, specifying particular requirements to ships and floating facilities having relevant distinguishing marks/descriptive notations in the class notation. For other RS rules references, as a rule, are given to relevant paragraphs of Part I "Classification" only. This official RS publication will be of particular use for classification society inspectors as well as to the ship owners and crew members having to maintain their ships in due order and also dealing with presentation of the ships to the periodical and other class surveys performed by Russian Register. We would definitely recommend adding this document to your e-bookshelf if you have to be in contact with RS.

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Technology Qualification Management and Verification

   The present service description document was prepared and published by DNV GL to supersede the previous DNV-DSS-401 that described services denoted Technology qualification management offered by DNV GL. This new service specification describes a performance-based end-to-end service offering from early planning through to verification of deliveries, their use in operations and their cessation of use, the connection between the services for technology qualification and verification of technical functionality as provided by DNV GL, and involvement required by DNV GL depending on the requested service and the pertinent project phase. Focus of this document is placed on the transactions and hand-overs for which technology qualification and verification of technical functionality is needed when planning is completed and specifications are handed over to a supplier that takes responsibility for delivery, at delivery when responsibility for the delivery is handed over to the operator or another recipient, and when operations cease and responsibility is handed over to an internal or external recipient for discontinuing the operations in a responsible manner.

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Fire Safety - Portable Fire Extinguishers

   This document was specifically released to define the requirements of DNV GL classification society relating to the certification requirements as applicable to the portable fire extinguishers. The scheme of certification is primarily based on the type testing and assessment of the quality control system established at the factory, continuous quality control at manufacturer's and external inspection performed by the DNV GL professionals. A certification license covers only portable fire extinguishers manufactured by one manufacturer at one location. The licensee carries the ultimate responsibility to ensure that the manufactured products are in full accordance with the licence. In addition, the Licensee must possess a system for record and handling of clients complaints and corrective actions. Should the licence get withdrawn or suspended, the licensee is obliged to pay all expenses in connection with replacement of the defective products by products conforming to the standard, if required. The certification licence is valid for a maximum of 5 years. A request for renewal must be sent to DNV GL no later than three months before the licence expires. A certification licence is not transferable. The licensee must not make the products available on the market before the issuance date of the licence. The products may be manufactured before the licence issuance date only if a satisfactory initial audit has been carried out for the batch in question...

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Guidelines on Application of the Requirements of International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships Ballast Water and Sediments

   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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Noble Denton Marine Services - Marine Warranty Survey

   The present publication is a completely new document - the service specification developed by the ND & DNV GL professionals with the sole intention to provide a good description of the process that is used by the ND (standing for the Noble Denton) marine services area of the world recognized DNV GL classification society, when conducting the marine warranty surveys with the purpose to evaluate if a marine operations are eligible to be accepted for the marine warranty surveys that are relating to the insurance. This official paper deals with the MWS of both kinds - "project" and MOU/MODU-related. There are three major sections in this publication. The first section of the booklet provides the general introduction and defines the purposes. The second section provides the overview of the marine warranty survey services and general instructions on conducting of such surveys - the main deliverables, i.e. certificate of approval, statement of acceptability etc. are also mentioned in this section, together with the scope of work any limitation of approval that may be imposed. The last section of the publication provides reference sources and some necessary explanatory notes for better understanding of the material.  

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Rules for the Classification and Construction of Sea-Going Ships

   The RMRS Rules, the electronic version of printed document. The present set of Rules consists of three major volumes. The Rules developed and released by Russian Register cover all important aspects of classification, vessel hull, equipment and outfitting, subdivision and stability issues, fire protection arrangements, boilers and pressure vessels plus heat exchangers, requirements to apply to the materials and welding, ship hull systems and piping, ship electrics, electronics and automation, refrigerating plants, structural requirements and strength of glass-reinforced plastic boats and vessels, instructions on the abbreviation expansion for the marks and classification notations specifying operational/structural particulars of ships. The present release of the Rules is based on the 17th edition considering all latest amendments that have been developed straight before its publication. The IACS UR, UI and recommendations have also been taken into account, together with all relevant IMO resolution. Needless to say that this set of Rules will be critically necessary for the crew members of any vessel classed with the Russian Register to make sure that their vessel complies with all applicable requirements and also to get prepared for the forthcoming visit of the class inspector for the required periodical or any other inspection.

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Design, Testing and Analysis of Offshore Fibre Ropes

   This recommended DNV-GL practice aims to provide necessary recommendations on how to document that offshore fibre ropes for delivery will be fit for purpose. It provides general recommendations and information pertaining to synthetic lines intended for the offshore use. This DNV-GL recommended practice addresses three main areas: design of synthetic lines for intended offshore use, testing of performance characteristics for synthetic lines, and analysis of synthetic lines as part of an integrated system. The paper is released to provide recommendations for proper design, testing and analysis of various synthetic lines intended for use in offshore mooring systems as described in DNVGL-OS-E301, deepwater deployment/recovery systems as per the DNV-OS-E407, and any other offshore applications. Please note that the present document does not deal with the fitness of the offshore fibre ropes for the intended purpose, when in use. Here are some key aspects which this recommended practice emphasises - the ropes in question shall be analyzed based on the amount of load-bearing material in their cross-sections as well as the mechanical characteristics of the materials these ropes are made of; another aspect will be the tension vs stretch behaviour; and the last one is the endurance and strength of the synthetic/steel-wire rope...

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Rules for the Classification, Construction and Equipment of Mobile Offshore Drilling Units and Fixed Offshore Platforms

   Here are the RMRS Rules released to cover the classification, construction and equipment of MODU/FOP, both non-self-propelled and self-propelled, drillships and any kind of floating platforms. The technical requirements contained in this publication shall apply to all machinery that is installed on board such offshore units, all devices, apparatuses and other equipment, whose normal operating conditions would ensure the required level of safety of the unit/platform as a whole in all operating modes. All drilling/production equipment and technical solutions related to the safely of drilling and well operations, shall conform with the requirements of state bodies engaged in safety supervision in the offshore industry. The Rulebook has been divided into twenty parts. The first part describes the basics of classification - classes of mobile units, applicable notations, surveys, technical documentation, etc. The second part deals with the hull and describes principles of the structural design, platform-specific strength issues, stability of jack-ups on the seabed etc. The third part covers the equipment, arrangements and outfitting of the offshore units including rudder and steering gear, where applicable, position keeping systems and their components, jacking system, emergency outfit, lifting devices, closing devices etc. The next two parts address the stability and subdivision, including general requirements, stability criteria and damage trim and stability. Then there is a chapter on structural fire protection, fire detection, alarm and extinguishing systems and equipment and systems. This part is followed by the machinery and associated installations - here you will find the requirements to the main and auxiliary machinery including gas turbines, deck machinery, hydraulic drives etc...

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Rules for the Classification and Construction of Chemical Tankers

   The technical requirements that are contained in the present Chemical Tanker Rules developed and released by Russian register shall be applied to the specially built or converted vessels regardless of their gross tonnage and of any propulsion power, that are intended for carriage of the dangerous chemicals in bulk form. The opening part of the Rulebook provides us with a brief intro to the structure of the Rules, definitions used and classification notations and surveys. The 2nd part of this Rulebook deals with the hull structure of the chemical tankers while the third one has been dedicated solely to the cargo containment. The subdivision, stability and freeboard assignments are covered in the part four while the part five deals with the fire protection arrangements and systems that are considered critically important due to the dangerous nature of the transported cargo. The hull systems and piping are there in part six. The other part deals with the electrical installations and equipment. The remaining parts of the book cover instrumentation, construction materials, emergency outfitting, summary of the requirements and some special technical requirements applicable to the chemical tankers. In addition to the information stated above, there are four appendices at the end of the Rulebook, providing the operational requirements, manuals, and other supplementary information that may be required.

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Rules for the Classification and Construction of High-Speed Craft

   These Rules developed and officially released by Russian register shall apply to passenger vessels regardless of their gross tonnage which don't proceed more than four hour distance from a place of refuge being fully loaded and at operational speed, to cargo vessels of more than 500 GT (eight hour distance, fully loaded, at operational speed), self-propelled vessels other than those specified above with total power output of the main engines being not less than 55 kW. The Rulebook starts with some general information, including conditions of safety and documentation, followed by chapters addressing the classification process, structure and strength of the hull, arrangements, equipment and outfitting of the high-speed crafts, stability, reserve of buoyancy and subdivision matters, fire protection arrangements, machinery and associated installations, hull systems and piping, boilers, heat exchangers and pressure vessels, electrical installations and equipment, refrigerating plants, construction materials, welding issues, ship automation, life-saving appliances, radio- and navigation equipment, means of signaling, i.e. literally everything related to the design, construction and safe operation of the high-speed crafts. 

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Rules for the Classification and Construction of Nuclear Support Vessels

   These Russian Register Rules shall apply to self-propelled and non-self-propelled ships involved in the operational support and technical servicing of the nuclear propulsion plants installed on board sea-going vessels and other floating facilities. The Rulebook starts with the brief information on the applicability of the Rules, definitions and explanations; the second part addresses the classification matters, namely applicable classification notations, surveys and technical documentation. This is all followed by three sections dealing with the hull, subdivision and stability, and some general requirements for nuclear support ships. The chapter on fuel assemblies and storage facilities for the solid waste addresses the new and spent fuel assemblies storage facilities, and facilities intended for the storage of the solid radioactive waste. The chapter dedicated to the special systems covers compressed air and gas systems, ventilation, fuel assemblies handling, special bilge system, systems for the reception of liquid radioactive waste etc.. The two closing chapters of the book deal with the electrical equipment and radiation safety, i.e. radiological protection and radiation monitoring.

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Rules for the Classification Service of Ships in Service

   Here are the RS Rules for the Classification Surveys of Ships in Service - developed and officially released by Russian Segister, and approved in full accordance with the regular established approval procedure; they are in force since 1 January 2015. The Rules base on the 2014 edition of Russian Register Rules for the Class Surveys of Ships in Service. In addition to that, all relevant IACS URs, UIs, recommendations and IMO resolutions have been taken into consideration in the Rules. The Rulebook content starts with the general provisions including explanations and definitions, abbreviations, survey types, technical documents, requirements that would be applicable to the service suppliers etc. The next part of the book describes the schedule and scope of the classification surveys. The third part of the document deals with the additional surveys carried out depending on the hull material and purpose of the vessel, while the fourth part covers classification surveys of refrigerating plants. Three appendices supplementing the main body of the Rules provide the list of technical documentation for the vessel, list of documents recommended for use at the time of the hull repair, and instruction for determining of the technical condition, renovation/repair of the hulls.

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Wellhead Fatigue Analysis

   This Recommended Practice RP-0142 was developed and published by DNV GL class society and addresses the wellhead fatigue analysis; it is based on the ongoing Structural Well Integrity Joint Industry Project (JIP) initiated in 2010. The content of this recommended practice primarily bases on the input that was received from the participants and the service provider SES, i.e. Stress Engineering Services Inc., as well as contributions from this class society. The present document has been developed during regular project meetings and workshops that involved individuals from the participants, DNV GL and external service providers. In case consensus has not been achievable, DNV GL has sought to provide acceptable compromises. Over recent decades, the complexity and duration of offshore drilling activities has steadily increased. Additionally, equipment sizes like subsea BOP stack have grown significantly. These factors have inevitably led to the significant increase of fatigue loads that the wellhead/casing system experience. The main body of the document provides operational and system description and information on system modeling and response. The appendices contain listings of inputs required for the wellhead fatigue analysis and flow charts with the examples of WFA methods.

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Probabilistic Methods for Planning of Inspection for Fatigue Cracks in Offshore Structures

   The declared aim of the authors of this recommended practice released by DNV GL class society was to provide the necessary guidelines for the proper understanding and correct use of various probabilistic methods for planning of the inspections of fatigue fractures  in jacket structures, column stabilized units and floating production ships, including guidance for fatigue analysis of subject structures as required for the purpose of probabilistic analysis. The methodology of analysis presented in this recommended practice is general and might be used for planning of the inspections of any other structures that are subjected to serious dynamic loads, for example jack-up structures. Sixteen sections of the document address applicable standards and reference technical documentation, planning of the inspection for fatigue cracks, overview of analyses described above, fatigue analyses based on S-N data and on fracture mechanics, assessment of probability of fatigue failure of the structure, target reliability, calibration of fracture mechanics models to the test data, and assessment of the input parameters, detection probability, validation of the results, inspection planning, reporting, examples of the inspection planning, references etc.

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Test Centre for Certification of Personnel

   This standard was prepared by DNV GL class society with the objective to cover the competence certification within a specific target group, as per the recognizable, consistent and well-regarded standards, rules, technical specifications and testing methods, with the ultimate intention to limit the risk factor for certificate holders as well as all interested parties. It covers all activities that take place within the certification system and applies to non-compulsory certification systems. Four sections of this publication cover the certification system, test requirements, examination and certification process, test centers and examinations. In addition, four appendices provide relevant supplementary information on regulations for examinations, complaints, objections and appeals, including ones concerning examination, and sample certificate of competence. The above mentioned certification of competence can be implemented when requested by interested parties, as per ISO/IEC 17024:2003 standard. The generic certification system developed by this classification society consists of a framework which, in turn, consists of expertise, established procedures and technical instructions compliant with the standard of competence being is the subject of that certification.

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Crew Manning Offices, Private Recruitment and Placement Services

   This DNV GL standard no. DNVGL-ST-030 has quite self-explanatory title. The standard was prepared and officially released by DNV GL class society to provide all necessary requirements to CMOs, i.e. crew manning offices, and to recruitment/placement services; it will assist in ensuring safety against various safety hazards that may be faced by the ships, crew members and passengers, cargo, and surrounding environment. The present regulatory publication has been divided by the authors into two main parts covering crew manning services and private recruitment/placement services, with both parts covering application and certification information, and applicable requirements. It shall be noted, however, that the first part of the booklet, dealing with the manning offices, is not intended in any way to embrace or define the regulatory requirements in detail. Such offices shall comply with all relevant national/international requirements and, of course, with what is called the good practice. The offices may have quality objectives in addition to the those included in this standard. In that case, the certification may be extended to verify that all arrangements required for the achievement of these objectives are implemented/maintained.

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Maritime Training Providers

   This standard has been developed and released by DNV GL classification society with the intention to provide all necessary requirements for training providers within both offshore and maritime field, and offer academic and vocational training/education, leading to the issuance of associated certificates ensuring the quality of development and delivery of training programs and training courses. It shall be applied to all providers of maritime and/or offshore training who develop the educational programs and offer training courses and programs. Training providers fully complying with all requirements that are stated within this standard may be considered certified for the relevant type of service they offer, and issued the certificate - this may be maritime academy or maritime and/or offshore training center, maritime and/or offshore simulation center etc. Such certification would include thorough assessment of the relevant documents of the provider's management system and implementation audit, followed by the annual and renewal audit of the training providers. The very first section of the booklet gives info on the application and certification, followed by some general information. The other three sections cover planning, development, preparation, operation and result phases.

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Competence Related to the Use of Remotely Sensed Earth Observation Data On Board Vessels

   The present DNV GL standard was developed with the intention to establish a proper foundation and common ground for both the development of competence of individuals and for training programs relating to the use of earth observation data and products. It could be used by organizations to define their expectations towards training providers, by training developers and providers as the backbone of a learning program, by companies to verify the competence of their people and define their training needs, and by verifiers as a reference document for independent evaluation of training programs. Of course, the specific details relating to the ship-specific arrangements and systems can't be captures in a general standard. The constantly increasing ice of earth observation data on board ships is providing so many new opportunities and can definitely supply sailors with so much of valuable information. Today, the current use of such data in ice information and meteorology forms one of the parts of number of useful services, which is also increasing. Officers on board merchant and navy ships are becoming more and more familiar with earth observation data and, of course, it is very important that their competency allows them to properly analyze the quality of the provided data.

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Competence Requirements Related to Anchor Handling Operations

   The present DNV GL standard has been specifically aimed to cover all operational aspects on board AH tugs. The OOW, i.e. officer on watch, will manage all anchor handling and towing operations on board, including their planning and preparation, ship management, bridge watchkeeping and shiphandling. No any distinction was made between Watchkeeping Officer and Master. Dynamic positioning (Joystick-mode) has been considered an integral part of the competencies of the person acting as OOW. It is not specifically addressed in this standard but covered in the standard DNVGL-ST-0023 Competence of dynamic positioning operators - Notation AJ/S. The Winch Operator must, in close cooperation with the OOW, be able to perform all winching operations that are related to anchor handling, taking into account the operational plan, all safety aspects, maximum forces and stability of the vessel. The deck responsible person will ensure the safety on deck and coordinate and execute the deck activities as captured in the competence table. The standard consists of three major sections - introduction, taxonomy, and competence requirements, and one appendix containing the list of reference material.

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Competence Related to the On Board Use of LNG as Fuel

   The crew of any vessel fuelled with the liquid natural gas must be able to timely and properly recognize all possible risks and be aware of all specific points of attention that are associated with LNG; in addition to that, crew members must always be able to operate any system related to this. Moreover, crew should be able to perform the associated LNG-bunkering operations (shipboard) in a controlled and safe way, recognize potential problems and handle all possible emergency situations relating to liquid natural gas. The present performance standard was developed and published by DNV GL classification society with the aim to describe how well or to what level of detail the crew members should perform their duties and tasks related to LNG. All applicable performance criteria are aimed at risk reduction and a constant safety awareness is considered a basic condition to work with or near the LNG. The crew members will comply with all relevant national/international/local requirements and regulations, and the ship and shipboard equipment shall be operated in a safe manner without any threat or damage to human life, environment or property. The five sections of the standard provide introduction to the subject, information on the taxonomy, competence table, use of this standard, and list of references.

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Competence of Maritime Simulator

   The present official standard prepared and officially published by DNV GL is focusing on the performance-areas of instructors who are directly involved in training/education using maritime simulators and is addressing all operational areas that are relating to the design, delivery and assessment of learning programs. Along with the generic competencies for those who are involved in transfer of skills and knowledge, specific simulator-related competencies have to be addressed separately. The simulator instructors need know how to to properly prepare and deliver the training program he is assigned to and also verify that students at the end of the program have indeed met the initial learning objectives. The present standard is intended to specify the competence requirements applicable to the simulator instructors who can be considered responsible persons for the design, delivery and/or assessment of a learning program involving the use of maritime simulators. Again, traditionally, there are three parts in this standard: introduction - scope, target groups and professional profile, plus required performance standard, taxonomy - general info, cognition levels, and professional behavior verbs, and competence requirements.

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Competence of Maritime Teaching Professionals

   Another DNV GL standard on competencies - this one is dedicated to the competence of maritime teaching pro's. These professionals must know how to properly prepare and effectively deliver the program to the students and make sure that they have met the training objectives by the end of the program. Note that the maritime simulator-specific items are not addresses by this standard; however, they may all be found in the separate DNV GL standard no. DNVGL-ST-0025 Competence of Maritime Simulator Instructors, also available at our website. The complete professional profile of the professionals would typically include defining performance aims and training needs, converting those aims and needs into a training program, designing a program and any relevant training material, taking into consideration characteristics and limitation of the available equipment, delivering a program and meeting the established objectives of the program, and, of course, assessing the students. The arrangement of the document is standard, nearly same as the one of the similar standard providing requirements to the competence of the maritime simulator instructors - introduction, taxonomy, competence requirements.

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Competence of Lifeboat Coxswains

   Effective operating of the lifeboats on board ships poses specific challenges for the lifeboat coxswain and crew members with reference to their launching and recovery as well as handling the boat and survival in any hostile environment, following the abandonment. The present overview of competencies provided by the professionals of the DNV GL class society will help the shipping and offshore industry, from a safety management and a training and assessment perspectives. The emphasis of this standard has been made on the emergency evacuation activities, using the motor-propelled survival crafts. Both conventional and free-fall types of lifeboats have been covered by the competencies in this standard. Such competencies shall also apply to operating a designated lifeboat for the purposes of rescue or towing. Taking into account that the davit-launched liferafts are often considered a back-up means in cases where a lifeboat becomes unavailable, the coxswain must also have good skills in preparing and launching this type of rescue craft, with the crew member assigned to him. In case these rafts are treated as a primary means of evacuation, the emergency organisation on board must have dedicated crew members for both the launching stations and the liferafts, whose tasks will differ from the lifeboat coxswain that are addressed in this standard. The basic sea-survival competencies required for all seafarers are not covered by this document.

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