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RESOLUTION A.741(18) adopted on 4 November 1993 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT CODE FOR THE SAFE OPERATION OF SHIPS AND FOR POLLUTION PREVENTION (INTERNATIONAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT (ISM) CODE) T H E ASSEMBLY, RECALLING Article 15(j) of the Convention o n t h e International Maritime Organization concerning the functions of the Assembly in relation to regulations and guidelines concerning maritime safety and the prevention and control of marine pollution from ships, ALSO R E C A L L I N G resolution A.680(17) by which it invited Member Governments to encourage those responsible for the management and operation of ships to take appropriate steps to develop, implement and assess safety and pollution prevention management in accordance with the I M O Guidelines o n management for the safe operation of ships and for pollutio~l prevention, ALSO RECALLING resolution A.596(15) by which it requested the Maritime Safety Committee to develop, as a matter of urgency, guidelines, wherever relevant, concerning shipboard and shore-based management and its decision to include in the work programme of the Maritime Safety Committee and the Marine Environment Protection Committee an item o n shipboard and shore-based management for the safe operation of ships and for the prevention of marine pollution, respectively, F U R T H E R R E C A L L l N G resolution A.441(XI) by which i t invited every State to take the necessary steps t o ensure that the owner of a ship which flies the flag of that State provides such State with the current information necessary to enable it to identify and contact the person contracted or otherwise en-

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C O N S I D E R I N G that the early implementation of that Code would greatly assist in improving safety at sea and protection of the marine environment, N O T I N G F U R T H E R that the Maritime Safety Committee and the Marine Environment Protection Committee have reviewed resolution A.680(17) and the Guidelines annexed thereto in developing the Code, HAVING C O N S I D E R E D the recommendations made by the Maritime Safety Committee at its sixty-second session and by the Marine Environment Protection Committee at its thirlyfourth session,


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1. ADOPTS the International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships a n d j o r Pollution Prevention, (International Safety Management (ISM) Code), set out in the Annex t o the present resolution;

2. STRONGLY U R G E S Governments to implement the ISM Code o n a national basis, giving priority t o passenger ships, tankers, gas carriers, bulk carriers and mobile offshore units, which are flying their flags, as soon as possible but not later than 1 June 1998, pending development of the mandatory applications of the Code; 3 . REQUESTS G O V E R N M E N T S to inform the Maritime Safety Committee and the Marine Environment Protection Cornmittee of the action they have taken in implementing the ISM Code; 4. REQUESTS the Maritime Safety Committee and the Marine Environment Protection Committee to develop Guidelines for t h e implementation of the ISM Code; 5 . REQUESTS ALSO t h e Maritime Safety Committee and t h e Marine Environment Protection Committee t o keep the Code and its associated Guidelines, under review and t o amend them as necessary; 6. REVOKES resolution A.680(17).

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ANNEX INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT C O D E FOR T H E SAFE OPERATION O F S H I P S A N D FOR POLLUTION PREVENTION (INTERNATIONAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT (ISM) CODE). as amended

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Preamble . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Part A -- Implementation . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.1 Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2 Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3 Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.4 Functional requirements for a Safety Managcment Syatem ( S M S ) 2 Safety and Environmental Protection Policy .

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Conlpany Responsibilities and Authority . Designated Person(s) . . . . . . . . . . Master's Responsibility and Authority . . . Resources and Personnel . . . . . . . . Shipboard Operation . . . . . . . . . . Emergency Preparedness . . . . . . . . Reports and Analysis of Non.Conformities. Accidents a n d Hazardous Occurrences . .

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Maintenance of t h e Ship and Equipmcnt . . . . . . 25

11 Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 12 C o m p a n y Verification. Review and Evaluation . . . . 29 Part B . Certification and Verification . . . . . . . . . . . 2 9 13 Certification and Periodical Verification . . . . . . 29 14 l n t e r i m Certification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Verification 16 Forms of Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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PREAMBLE 1 T h e purpose of this C o d e is to provide an international standard for the safe management a n d operation of ships a n d for pollution prevention. 2 T h e Assembly adopted resolution A.443(XI) by which i t invited all Governments t o take the necessary steps to safeguard the shipmaster in the proper discharge of his responsibilities with regard t o maritime safety a n d the protection of the marine environment. 3 T h e Assembly also adopted resolution A.680(17) by which it further recognized the need for appropriate organization of nianagement t o enable it t o respond to the need of those on board ships to achieve a n d maintain high standards of safety a n d environmental protection. 4 Recognizing that no two shipping companies or shipowners are the same, a n d that ships operate under a wide range of different conditions, the Code is based o n general principles and objectives. 5 T h e Code is expressed in broad terms so that it can have a widespread application. Clearly, different levels of management, whether shore-based or at sea, will require varying levels of knowledge and awareness of the items outlined. 6 T h e cornerstone of good safety management is commitment from the top. In matters of safety a n d pollution prevention it is the commitment, competence, attitudes a n d motivation of individuals a t all levels that determines the e n d result.


PART A - IMPLEMENTATION

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1.1.1 M e x d y ~ a p o d t t b r c icodeicc no y n p a e f l e ~ u l o6e30nac~ocmblo ( M K Y 6 ) o s ~ a s a e~ ~ P M H I I TA ~ c I c ~ a~~ 6 n e e f iMMO M e x n y ~ a p o n ~ b ~KoneKc fi n o ynpasneHHm 6 e 3 0 n a c ~ o f 3i ~ c n n y a ~ a u ~cynoB eii npenoTspaqeHHeM s a r p ~ s ~ ec~B~O ~r Mr O X H ~ I M I nonpaseaMr? ? Opra~~sar~u~.

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Definitions The following definitions apply to Parts A and B of this Code: 1.1.1 International Safety Management ( I S M ) Code means the International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention as adopted by the Assembly, as may be amended by the Organization. 1.1.2 Company means the Owner of the s h i p or any other organization or person such as the Manager, or the Bareboat Charterer, who has assumed the responsibility for operation of the ship from the Shipowner and who on assuming such responsibility has agreed to take over all the duties and responsibility imposed by the Code. 1.1.3 Administration means the Government of the State whose flag the ship is entitled t o fly. 1.1.4 Safety Management System means a structured and documented system enabling Company personnel t o implement effectively the Company safety and environmental protection policy.

1.1.5 Document of Compliance means a document issued to a Company which complies with the requirements of this Code. 1.1.6 Ceudemeilbcmso 0 6 y n p u s f l e ~ u u6 e 3 o n a c ~ o c m bo~s ~ a ~ l a e r nOKyMeHT, ~ b 1 ~ a ~ a e M bCyAHy lfi H ~BMne~enb~TByfO~ 0HTfOi M , Y T O K O M ~ ~ HM Hee~ y n p a ~ n n r o w ~ nepcoHan fi Ha cynHe n e f i c ~ BYloT B COOTBeTCTBHM C o n o 6 p e ~ ~ oCMCTeM0fi fi YnpaBJIeHHR 6e30naCHOCTbfO ( C Y 6 ) . 1.1.7 06aeicmue~oe doica3ameflbcmeo o 3 ~ a s a eKonHLIecTseH~ HYW HJIH KaLIeCTBeHHyfO H H @ o ~ M ~ u H I3anMCH O, HnI? PerHCTpaUMfO @ a ~ ~OTHOCH~HeCR a , K ~ ~ ~ O ~ ~ C H O MJIH C THaJIHYHfO I ? MJIH K BbIIIOJIHeHHW K ~ K O ~ O - n H 3JIeMeHTa 60 C y 6 , OCAOBaHHbIe Ha Ha6 n m n e ~ a M3MepeHHH ~, MJII? HCnbITaHHH H KOTOpble MOrYT 6 b 1 ~ b npOBepeHb1.

1.1.6 Safety Management Certificate means a document issued t o a ship which signifies that the Company and its shipboard management operates in accordance with the approved safety management system. 1.1.7 Objective evidence means quantitative o r qualitative information, records or statements of fact pertaining t o safety or t o the existence and implementation of a n safety management system element, which is based on observation, measured o r test and which can be verified. 1.1.8 Observation means a statement of fact made during a safety management audit and substantiated by objective evidence.


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1.1.12 K O H @ ~ H ~03HasaeT (UX M ~ x A ~ H ~ ~ oKOHBCHUHIO ~ H ~ I O nO oxpaHe q e n o s e q e c ~ o f iX H ~ H MHa Mope 1974 r. c nonpasKaMH.

1.1.9 Non-conformity means an observed situation where objective evidence indicates the non-fulfillment of a specified requirement. 1.1.10 Major non-conformity means an identifiable deviation that poses a serious threat t o safety of personnel or the ship or serious risk t o the environment that requires immediate corrective action or the lack of effective and systematic implementation of a requirement of this Code. 1.1.11 Anniversary date means the day and month of each year that corresponds t o the date of expiry of the relevant document or certificate. 1.1.12 Convention means the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, as amended.

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Objectives 1.2.1 T h e objectives of the Code are t o ensure safety at sea, prevention of human injury o r loss of life, and avoidance of damage to the environment, in particular, t o the marine environment, and t o property. 1.2.2 Safety management objectives of the Company should, inter alia: . I provide for safe practices in ship operation and a safe working environment; . 2 assess all identified risks to its ships, personnel and the environment and establish appropriate safeguards; and . 3 continuously improve safety management skills of personnel ashore and aboard ships, including preparing for emergencies related both to safety and environmental protection. 1.2.3 The safety management system should ensure:

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compliance with mandatory rules and regulations; and .2 that applicable codes, guidelines and standards recommended by the Organization, Administrations, classification societies and maritime industry organizations are taken into account.


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Application The requirements of this Code may be applied to all

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Functional requirements for a Safety Management System ( S M S ) Every Company should develop, implement and maintain a Safety Management System (SMS) which includes the following functional requirements: 1.4

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a safety and environniental protection policy;

.2 instructions and procedures to ensure safe operation of ships and protection of the environment in compliance with relevant international and flag State legislation; defined levels of authority and lines of cornmunication between, and amongst, shore and shipboard personnel; .4 procedures for reporting accidents and non-conformities with the provisions of this Code; . 5 procedures t o prepare for and respond to emergency situations; and .6 procedures for internal audits and management reviews.

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SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION POLICY The Company should establish a safety and environmental 2.1 protection policy which describes how the objectives, given in paragraph 1.2 will be achieved. 2.2 The Company should ensure that the policy is implemented and maintained at all levels of the organization both ship based as well as shore based.

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COMPANY RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY If the entity who is responsible for the operation of the 3.1 ship is other than the owner, the owner must report the full name and details of such entity t o the Administration.


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The Company should define and document the responsi3.2 bility, authority and interrelation of all personnel who manage, perform and verify work relating to and affecting safety and pollution prevention. The C o n ~ p a n yis responsible for ensuring that adequate re3.3 sources and shore based support are provided to enable the designated person or persons to carry out their functions.

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DESIGNATED P E R S O N ( S ) T o ensure the safe operation of each ship and to provide a link between the Company and those o n board, every Company, as appropriate, should designate a person o r persons ashore having direct access t o the highest level of management. The responsibility and authority of the designated person or persons should include monitoring the safety and pollution prevention aspects of the operation of each ship and to ensure that adequate resources and shore based support are applied, as required.

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MASTER'S RESPONSIBILITY AND AUTHORITY The Compatiy should clearly define and document the 5.1 master's responsibility with regard to: . I implementing the safety and environmental protection policy of t h e Company; .2 motivating the crew in the observation of that policy; .3 issuing appropriate orders and instructions in a clear and simple manner; .4 verifying that specified requirements are observed; and .5 periodically reviewing the SMS and reporting its deficiencies to the shore based management. 5.2 The Company should ensure that t h e SMS operating 011 board the ship contains a clear statement emphasizing the Master's authority. The Company should establish in the SMS that the Master has the overriding authority and the responsibility to make


decisions with respect to safety and pollution prevention and t o request the Company's assistance as may be necessary.

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RESOURCES AND PERSONNEL The Company should ensure that the Master is: 6.1 .1 properly qualified for command; .2 fully conversant with the Company's SMS; and . 3 given the necessary support so that the Master's d u ties can by safely performed. The Company should ensure that each ship is manned with 6.2 qualified, certificated and medically fit seafarers in accordance with national and international requirements.

The Company should establish procedures to ensure that 6.3 new personnel and personnel transferred t o new assignments related to safety and protection of the environment are given proper familiarization with their duties. Instructions which are essential to be provided prior to sailing should be identified, documented and given. The Company should ensure that all personnel involved in 6.4 the Company's SMS have an adequate understanding of relevant rules, regulations, codes and guidelines. 6.5 The Company should establish and maintain procedures for identifying any training which may be required in support of the S M S and ensure that such training is provided for all personnel concerned. 6.6 The Company should establish procedures by which the ship's personnel receive relevant information o n the SMS in a working language or languages understood by them. The Company should ensure that the ship's personnel are 6.7 able to communicate effectively in the execution of their duties related t o the SMS.

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SHIPBOARD OPERATIONS The Company should establish procedures, plans and instructions, including checklists as appropriate, for key shipboard operations concerning the safety of the personnel, 23


ship and protection of the environment. The various tasks should be defined and assigned to qualified personnel.

8 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS 8.1 The Company should identify potential emergency shipboard situations, and establish procedures to respond to them. The Company should establish programmes for drills and 8.2 exercises to prepare for emergency actions. The S M S should provide for measures ensuring that the 8.3 Company's organization can respond at any time to hazards, accidents and emergency situations involving its ships.

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REPORTS AND ANALYSIS OF NON-CONFORMITIES, ACCIDENTS AND HAZARDOUS OCCURRENCES

9.1 The S M S should include procedures ensuring that non-conformities, accidents and hazardous situations are reported to the Company, investigated and analyzed with the objective of improving safety and pollution prevention. 9.2

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The Company should establish procedures for the imple9.2 mentation of corrective action, including measures intended t o prevent recurrence.

10 MAINTENANCE OF THE SHIP AND EQUIPMENT 10.1 The Company should establish procedures to ensure that the ship is maintained in conformity with the provisions of the relevant rules and regulations and with any additional requirements which may be established by the Company.

10.2 In meeting these requirements the Company should e n sure that: . I inspections are held a t appropriate intervals;


.2 any non-conformity is reported with its possible cause, if known; .3 appropriate corrective action is taken; and .4

records of these activities are maintained.

10.3 T h e Company should identify equipment and technical systems the sudden operational failure of which may result in hazardous situations. The SMS should provide for specific measures aimed at promoting the reliability of such equipment o r systems. These measures should include the regular testing of stand-by arrangements and equipment o r technical systems that are not in continuous use. 10.4 The inspections mentioned in 10.2 as well the measures referred to 10.3 should be integrated in the ship's operational maintenance routine.

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11 DOCUMENTATION The Company should establish and maintain procedures t o 1 1.1 control all documents and data which are relevant t o the SMS: 11.2

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The Company should ensure that: . I valid documents are available at all relevant locations; .2 changes t o documents are reviewed and approved by authorized personnel; and . 3 obsolete documents are promptly removed.

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11.3 The documents used t o describe and implement the SMS may be referred to as the <<SafetyManagement Manual,>. Documentation should be kept in a form that the Company considers most effective. Each ship should carry o n board all documentation relevant to that ship.


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12 COMPANY VERIFICATION, REVIEW AND EVALUATION 12.1 The Company should carry out internal safety audits o n board and ashore at intervals not exceeding twelve months t o verify whether safety and pollution-prevention activities comply with the safety management system. In exceptional circumstances, this interval may be exceeded by not more than three months.

12.2 T h e Company should periodically evaluate the effectiveness the SMS in accordailce with procedures established by the Company. 12.3 The audits and possible corrective actions should be carried out in accordance with documented procedures. 12.4 Personnel carrying out audits should be independent of the areas being audited unless this is impracticable due to the size and the nature of the Company.

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12.5 The results of the audits and reviews should be brought to the attention of all personnel having responsibility in the area involved. 12.6 T h e management personnel responsible for the area involved should take timely corrective action o n deficiencies found.

PART B - CERTIFICATION AND VERIFICATION 13 CERTIFICATION AND PERIODICAL VERIFICATION 13.1 T h e ship should be operated by a Company, which has been issued with a Docutnent of Compliance o r with a n Interitn Documetlt of Compliance in accordance with paragraph 14.1, relevant t o that ship. 13.2 T h e Document of Compliance should be issued by the Administration, by an organization recognized by the Administration o r , at the request of the Administration by another Contracting Government to the Convention, t o any Company 29


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complying with the requirements of this Code for a period specified by the Administration which should not exceed five years. Such a document should be accepted as evidence that the C o m pany is capable of complying with the requirements of this Code. 13.3 The Document of Compliance is only valid for the ship types explicitly indicated in the document. Such indication should be based on the types of ship on which the initial verification was based. Other ship types should only be added after verification of the Company's capability to comply with the requirements of this Code applicable to such ship types. In this context, ship types are those referred to in regulation IX/I of the Convention. 13.4 The validity of a Document of Compliance should be subject t o annual verification by the Administration o r , by an organization recognized by the Administration, o r at t h e request of the Administration, by another Contracting Government within three months before o r after t h e anniversary dates. 13.5 The validity of a Document of Compliance should be withdrawn by the Administration or, at its request, by the Contracting Government, which issued t h e document when the annual verification required in paragraph 13.4 is not requested o r if there is evidence of major non-conformities with this Code. 13.5.1 All associated Safety Management Certificates and/or Interim Safety Management Certificates should also be withdrawn if the Document of Compliance is withdrawn. 13.6 A copy of the Document of Compliance should be placed on board in order that the master of the ship, if so requested, may produce it for verification by the Administration or by an organization recognized by the Administration or, for the purposes of the control referred to in regulation IX/6.2 of the Convention. The copy of the document is not required to be authenticated o r certified. 13.7 The Safety Management Certificate should be issued t o a ship for a period, which should not exceed five years, by the Administration or, an organization recognized by t h e Administration or, at t h e request of t h e Administration, by another Contracting Government. The Safety Management Certificate should be issued after verifying that the Company and its shipboard management operate in accordance with the approved safety management system. Such a certificate should be accepted as evidence that the ship is complying with the requirements of this Code.


13.8 A ~ ~ ~ C T B H T ~Csudemeflbcmua ~ ~ H O C T ~ 06 ynpasfleHuu 6e3onUCHOCmbt0 IIOnneXMT IIOnTBepXAeHMH, no pe3ynbTaTaM, n o Me~bLLIefiMepe, O A H O ~~~P O M ~ X Y T O ~ HIIP0BePKI.I O ~ ~ AAMBHMCTpauweit, n p m ~ a ~ ~em o t oip r a ~ n 3 a r r ~ e fni ,n n , rro ee npocb6e, nPYrMM ~ ~ O ~ O B ~ ~ M B ~ H > ~ IIpaBWTenbCTBOM. ~ A M C I I E c n ~ npeAyCMaTpBBaeTCR TOnbKO OAHa TIPOMeXyTO9HaR npOBepKa, a rIepHOA n e f i c ~ s a ~ e n b ~ oCsudeme~ibcmsa cr~ 06 ynpasnetiuu Gesonactiocmbt0 COCTaBnReT nRTb neT, TO OHa AOnXHa nPOBOnMTbCR MeXAy B T O P O ~ I? ~ Tpe~befi eXer0AHbIMM AaTaMM, YKa3aHHbIMH B CUUdemeflbcmse 06 y n p a s f l e ~ u u6e3onac~ocmbro. 13.9 A O ~ O J I H W T ~ ~K~ TH ~~ ~ ~ O B ~ H TIyHKTa M R M 13.5.1, Caudeme,~bcmso06 ynpasneuuu 6e3onac~ocmbt0H ~ ~ I M ~ ~AAMHHWCTT C R p a w e t i Bnn, n o ee npocb6e, A o r o ~ a p ~ ~ a m unpasnTenb~ ~ c n CTBOM, KOTOPOe BbIAanO e r o , eCnW Ha TIPOMeXYTOqHYIO IIPOBepKy, ~ p e 6 y e ~ y 1TIYHKTOM 0 13.8, He 6bmo 3aRBKM MnW HMeeTCH AOKa3aTenbCTBO Cyrr[eCTBeHHOrO HeCOOTBeTCTBMR AaHHOMy KOAeKcy. 13.10 H ~ C M O T PHa R T ~ ~ ~ O B ~ IIYHKTOB H W R 13.2 H 13.7, eCxH IIpOBepKa npl? B O ~ O ~ H O B ~ ~ AOKYMeHTOB H H M 3aBepIIIeHa B ripeAenaX TpeX MeCRUeB A 0 AaTbI MCTeYeHMR CpOKa A ~ ~ C T B MCyR uecTBymuHx J o r c y ~ e ~ m oa coomsemcmsuu n n n Csudemeflbcmsa 06 ynpUUflf?HUU6 e 3 0 n a ~ ~ 0 ~ m bTO t 0 ,HOBbIe A O K Y M ~ H HnM T CBHfleTenbCTBO RBJIRIOTCFI L ~ ~ ~ ~ c T B H T ~C ~AaTbl ~ H ~ 3aBepIIIeHMR I M B npoBepKH npM B O ~ O ~ H O B ~ ~ AOKYMeHTOB H M H Ha nepMOA, He TIpeBbILUalOrr[Hfi nRTM JleT C AaTbI HCTeVeHHR CpoKa A ~ ~ ~ C T B M T ~ I I ~ H O C T H cyuecTBymuHx Jorcy~etirnao coomsemcmsuu MnM Csudemeflbcmsa 06 ynpasneHuu 6e3onac~ocmbt0. 13.11 E c n ~IIpOBepKa TIpM B O ~ O ~ H O B ~ ~ AOKyMeHTOB H H H 3asepNaeTcR paHee seM 3a TPH Mecxua n o naTbI McTeqeHHR cpoKa cyurecTsymuWx A o r c y ~ e ~ moa coomsemcmsuu Hnn Csudemeflbcmsa 06 ynp~UfleHUU~ ~ ~ O ~ U C HOBbIe H O C A~O~K IY O M ~, MJIH H T CBH.r~eTenbCTBO RBIIRlOTCR A ~ ~ ~ c T B H T ~ J I ~ H C ~AaTbI I M W3aBepIIIeHHR IIpOBepKH npl? B O ~ O ~ H O B ~ ~ nOKYMeHTOB H H M Ha nepMOA, He npeBb1IIIamUWii nRTM JIeT. 13.12 E c n ~nposepKa Ha ~ o s o 6 ~ o ~ sna e~ ~e p~r en a e ~nocne c~ MCTe9eHHR CpOKa ~ ~ ~ c T B W T ~ ! I ~ H O C TCM B H A ~ T ~ ~06~ YnpaBC T B ~ JleHMM ~ ~ ~ O ~ ~ C HHOBOe O C C T B~ MWA ,~ T ~ ~ ~06 C TYIIPaBJIeHHH BO 6 e 3 o n a c ~ o c ~ b Am ~ ~ ~ C T B H TC~ naTb1 ~ ~ H 3aBepllIeHHR O npOBepKH A O narbr, He n p e ~ b ~ r n a m m e nRTH fi neT c naTbr HcTeqeHm cpoKa n e i i c ~ s ~ ~ e n b cyuecTBymuero ~oc~n C n ~ n e ~ e n b c 0~6synpannea HMH 6 e 3 0 n a ~ H o ~ ~ b m .

13.8 The validity of the Safety Management Certificate should be subject to at least o n e intermediate verification by the Administration or, an organization recognized by the Administration or, at the request of the Administration, by another Contracting G o vernment. If only one intermediate verification is to be carried out, and the period of validity of the Safety Management Certificate is five years, it should take place betweell the second and the third anniversary date of t h e Safety Management Certificate.

13.9 I n addition to the requirements of paragraph 13.5.1 the Safety Management Certificate should be withdrawn by the Administration or, at the request of the Administration, by the C o n tracting Government, which has issued it when the intermediate verification required in paragraph 13.8 is not requested o r if there is evidence of major non-conformity with this Code. 13.10 Notwithstanding t h e requirements of paragraphs 13.2 and 13.7, when the renewal verification is completed within three months before the expiry date of the existing Document of C o m pliance or Safety Management Certificate, the new Document of Compliance or the new Safety Management Certificate should be valid from the date of completion of the renewal verification for a period not exceeding five years from t h e date of expiry of the existing Document of Compliance o r Safety Management Certificate. 13.1 1 When the renewal verification is completed more than three months before the expiry date of the existing Document of Compliance or Safety Management Certificate, the new Document of Compliance o r the new Safety Management Certificate should be valid from t h e date of completion of the renewal verification for a period not exceeding five years from the date of completion of the renewal verification. 13.12 When the renewal verification is completed after the expiry date of the existing Safety Management Certificate, the new Safety Management Certificate shall be valid from the date of completion of the renewal verification to a date not exceeding five years from the date of expiry of the existing Safety Management Certificate. 13.13 If a renewal verification has been completed and a new Safety Management Certificate cannot be issued o r placed o n board the ship before the expiry date of the existing certificate, 33


~ ~ ~ ~ c T B M T ~ J I ~ H o CyWeCTByIOWerO c T M C PaUMR M J I M OpraHM3aUPiR, npM3HaHHaR

B H ~ ~ T ~ &MHHHCT~ ~ C T B ~ , h ~ H ~ P i c T p a U M e fMOrYT i, nOATBepAPiTb CyWeCTByIOWee C B H A ~ T ~ ~ ~ PiC TaKOe T B O ,CBPineTeJIbCTBO A O J I X H O npM3HaBaTbCH A ~ ~ ~ c T B P ~ T ~ JHa I ~~ H a~ nI b M~ e f i LLIMfi CPOK, ~ 0 ~ 0 p b l fHei AOJIXeH npeBbILLIaTb nRTH MeCRUeB C AaTbI HCTeYeHHR yKa3aHHOrO B HeM CPOKa A ~ ~ ~ c T B M T ~ ~ ~ H o c T I ? . 13.14 E c n ~B MOMeHT PiCTe9eHMR CpOKa ~ ~ ~ ~ C T B H T ~ J I ~ H O C T H C B M A ~ T ~ 0~6 ~YnpaBneHPiPi C T B ~ ~ ~ ~ O ~ ~ C H OC YCA HT O~ He K ,HaXOnI?TCR B nOPTY, B KOTOPOM O H 0 AOJIXHO 6b1Tb npOBepeH0, CpOK A ~ ~ ~ C T B H T ~ J I ~ H OCC B T PH~ A ~ T ~ ~ M O~X C C T T6 b B1~~ bnpOAJteH &MI?~ k i c ~ p a u ~ eHfOi TaKoe , npoAneHPie npeaocTaBnReTcH TonbKo AJIR TOrO, ~ ~ 0 6 AaTb 6 1 B 0 3 M O X H O C T b CYAHy 3aKOHYPiTb C B O ~pefic ~ B nOpT, B KOTOPOM O H 0 n O J I X H 0 6b1Tb IIpOBepeHO, I? TOnbKO B TeX CnyYaRX, KOrAa TaKOe llpO&JleHPie OKaXeTCH H ~ O ~ X O A H M ~ MI M U e n e c 0 0 6 p a 3 ~ b l ~H. M K ~ KC O B P~ ~ A ~ T ~ J I ~06 CT ynpaBneHPiPi BO 6e30naCHOCTbK) He A O I I X H O TrpOAJIeBaTbCR Ha CPOK, ItpeBbIIIIaIOWPifi TPM MeCRUa, M CYAHO, KOTOPOMY IIPeAOCTaBnReTCR TaKOe nponneaMe, He PiMeeT npaBa n o npM6bITPiPi B nopT, B KOTOPOM O H 0 A O J I X H O 6b1Tb IIpOBepeHO, nOKMHYTb 3 T O T IIOpT, B CPiJIY 3~01-onponneHuR, 6e3 Honoro C s P i ~ e ~ e n b c ~0 n6 aynpasnemM ~ ~ ~ O ~ ~ C HKorna O C npoBepKa T ~ W . Ha B O ~ O ~ H O B J I ~ sasepuraHM~ eTCR, HOBOe C B M A ~ T ~ ~ ~06C TYnpaBneHPiM BO 6e30nac~ocTb~ A ~ ~ ~ C T B M T ~AJ 0I ~ AaTbI, HO He npeBblIIIaI04efi r1RTH JIeT C AaTbI MCTeVeHPiR CpOKa A ~ ~ ~ c T B M T ~ J I ~ H o c TCyWeCTByK)WerO P~ CBHA~TeJIbCTBa 06 YnpaBneHHI? 6e30nac~ocTbtoA 0 IIpeAocTaBneHHH npoaneHm.

14 OCBBflETEJLbCTBOBAHBE AJIlI BbIAArH BPEMEHHOTO AOKYMEHTA

the Administration o r organization recognized by the Administration may endorse the existing certificate and such a certificate shall be accepted as valid for a further period which shall not exceed five months from the expiry date.

13.14 If a ship at the time when a Safety Management Certificate expires is not in a port in which it is t o be verified, the Administration may extend the period of validity of the Safety Management Certificate but this extension shall be granted only for the purpose of allowing the ship to complete its voyage to the port in which it is to be verified, and then only in cases where it appears proper and reasonable to d o so. No Safety Management Certificate shall be extended for a period of longer than three months, and the ship to which an extension is granted shall not, on its arrival in the port in which i t is to be verified, be entitled by virtue of such extension t o leave that port without having a new Safety Management Certificate. When the renewal verification is completed, the new Safety Management Certificate shall be valid to a date not exceeding five years from the expiry date of the existing Safety Management Certificate before the extension was granted.

14 INTERIM CERTIFICATION 14.1 An Interim Document of Compliance may be issued to facilitate initial implementation of this Code when:

.2 n c y w e c ~ ~ y r o rf ~l o~r fciy ~ e ~ om coomsemcmsuu ~ y x H O BHeCTM HOBbIe THnbI CYAOB n0Cne npOBepKH TOTO, 9 T O KOMnaHWR MMeeT CHCTeMY YnpaBneHMH 6 e 3 0 n a c ~ o c ~ bKOTOPaR ~), OTBeqaeT UCJIRM nYHKTa 1.2.3 AaHHOrO K o A e ~ c a ,npPi YCnOBHPi YTO KOMnaHPiX npeA'bHBI?JIa IInaHbI BHeApeHPiR CHCTeMbI ynpasneHm ~ ~ ~ O ~ ~ C H O oTsesarouMe C T ~ I O , BceM T ~ ~ ~ O B ~ H AaHHOrO H R M K O A ~ KBC TIepPiOA ~ AeficTBPin BpeMeHHozo d o r c y ~ e ~ moa coomsemcmeuu. Ta~ 0 f iBpeMeHHbli ~ O K Y M ~ 0H COOm8emCmsUU ~ BbIAaeTCR Ha CPOK, He I T P ~ B ~ I L L I ~ I O L U12 A ~ ~ MeCRUeB

.1 a Company is newly established; o r .2 new ship types are to be added to an existing Document of Compliance, following verification that the Company has a safety management system that meets the objectives of paragraph 1.2.3 of this Code provided the Company demonstrates plans to implement a safety management system meeting the full requirements of this Code within the period of validity of the Interim Document of Compliance. Such an Interim Document of Compliance should be issued for a period not exceeding 12 months by the Administration or, by an organization recognized by


& M I ? H I ? c T ~ ~ ~ I ?~ ~ P~ M ~ , ~ H ~ Hel0 H opTa~l43auMefi, O ~ ~ HnH, IIO n p o c ~ 6 e& M M H M C T P ~ ~APYTMM M M , Aoro-

BapHBaFOUMMCR IIpaBMTenLCTBOM. K o n m BpeMetiHOZO d o ~ y ~ e ~ ron coomeemcmsuu a nonncHa HaxoAMTLCR Ha CYnHe, 9 ~ 0 6 KanMTaH ~1 M O T npen'bRBMTb ee n o T ~ ~ ~ O B ~ HnpH M F nposepKe O An~M1-rMc~pauMefi MnH n p m ~ a ~ ~em o i oi p r a ~ ~ 3 a u ~ eMJIM f i , B ueJlRX KOHTPOnR I I O IIpaBHny IX/6.2 K O H B ~ H ~ M M . ~ O ~ T B ~ ~ XnO~JIMHHOCTM ~ ~ F ~ H H 3 ~ 0 f iK O I I M H AOKYMeHTa He ~ p e 6 y e ~ c R . 14.2 B ~ ~ M ~ceudemenbcmeo H H o ~ 0 6 ynpasiletiuu 6e3onac~ocmblo MOXeT BLInaBaTLCR: .1 .2

CYAaM, nOCTYnalOUMM B KOMlIaHMlO; KOTna KOMnaHMR npHHHMaeT OTBeTCTBeHHOCTL 3a 3KCIIJIyaTauMFO CynHa, KOTOpOe RBnReTCR AJIR Hee HOBLIM

14.2

the Administration or, at the request of the Administration, by another Contracting Government. A copy of the Interim Document of Compliance should be placed on the board ion order that the master of t h e ship, if so requested, may produce it for verification by the Administration or, by an organization recognized by the Administration or, for the purposes of the control referred to in regulation IX/6.2 of the Convention. The copy of the document is not required to be authenticated o r certified. An lnterim Safety Management Certificate may be issued: .I t o new ship on delivery; .2 when a Company takes o n responsibility for the o p eration of a ship which is new to t h e Company; o r

HOBLIM; M J I M

.3 Korna cynHo MeHneT $mar. T a ~ o eB p e ~ e t i ~ oceudemeilbcmso e 0 6 ynpasiletiuu 6esonacHOCmbH) BLIflaeTCR Ha CPOK, He npe~L1ILlaFOrrlMfi 6 MeCRUeB, & M M H M c T ~ ~ u M ~ M~ J ~I M I I P M ~ H ~ H H Oel0 ~ ~ 0pTa~M3auMfi,HJIH, n o n p o c ~ 6 eA n ~ c i ~ c i c ~ pApyrHM a u ~ ~ ,f l o r o ~ a p ~ ~ a r npasMo u ~ ~ c ~ TenLCTBOM. 14.3 B oco6brx cny.raRx A ~ M H H H C T H ~ ~~ ~HnH,oHee n p o c ~ 6 e , ApyTOe f l 0 T o ~ a p M ~ a K I ~IIpaBHTenLCTBO ee MOXeT nPOflJIHTL ~ e f i c T BMTenLHocTL B p e ~ e ~ ~ ceudemeilbcmsa oro 0 6 ynpasiletiuu 6e3onacHOCmbH) Ha ~JlenylorrlMfiCpOK, He I I ~ ~ B L I I I I ~ F O I L 6J I ?MeCRueB. ~~ 14.4 BpeMe~tioeCeudemenbcmso 0 6 ynpasiletiuu 6e3onac~ocmbto MOXeT BLlAaBaTLCR HOCJIe npOBepKH TOrO, sT0:

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CYE, IIpenyCMOTpeHHaR ~ 0 ~ n a ~n J ~ I R eCOOTBeTCTf i ByFOUeTO CyAHa, BKJIFOsaeT OCHOBHLIe 3neMeHTLl AaHHoro K o n e ~ c aH 6 ~ 1 n aoueHeHa B xone a y n m o p C K O ~npoBepKH n p BLIAase ~ florcy~etimao coomsemCm6UU MJIH 6 ~ 1 n anpOneMOHCTpHpOBaHa C UeJILFO non y s e a m B p e ~ e ~ ~ od zo o~ y ~ e ~ or ncoomsemcmsuu; a . 3 K O M ~ ~ H3aIIJlaHMpOBaJla HR BHYTPeHHlolo aYAHTOPc ~ y mnpoBepKy c y m a B npenenax rpex MeczrueB;

. 3 when a ship changes flag. Such an lnterim Safety Management Certificate should be issued for a period not exceeding 6 months by the Administration or, a n organization recognized by the Administration or, at the request of the Administration, by another Contracting Government. 14.3 An Administration or, at the request of t h e Administration, another Contracting Government may, in special cases extend t h e validity of an Interim Safety Management Certificate for a further period which should not exceed 6 months from the date of expiry. 14.4 An Interim Safety Management Certificate may be issued following verification that: . 1 the Document of Compliance, o r the Interim D o c ument of Compliance, is relevant t o the ship c o n cerned; 2 the safety management system provided by the Company for t h e ship concerned includes key elements of this C o d e and has been assessed during the audit for issuance of the Document of Compliance o r demonstrated for issuance of the Interim Document of Compliance; .3 the Company has planned the internal audit of the ship within three months;


MacTpyKuaa, onpeneneHHbre KaK ~ a ~ 6 o n es ea x HbIe, BbIAaHbI 3KMnaXy A 0 BbIXOAa CyAHa B pefic; I4

.4 the master a n d officers are familiar with the safety management system and the planned arrangements for its implementation; .5 instructions, which have been identified as being essential, are provided prior to sailing; and .6 relevant information o n the safety management system has been given in a working language or languages understood by the ship's personnel.

15 IIPOBEPKA 15.1 Bce IIpOBepKM, ~pe6yeMb1e~OJIOXeHMRMMAaHHOrO KOAeKCa, BbInOnHRIoTCR B COOTBeTCTBMM C IlpOUeAypaMM, IIpMeMJIeMbIMM AJIR A A M M H M C T ~ Z ~npMHMM?II ~MH, BO BHHMaHMe pyK0BOACTBO, B ~ I ~ ~ ~ O TOpraHM3auMefi ~ H H O ~ .

15 VERIFICATION 15.1 All verifications required by the provisions of this Code should be carried out in accordance with procedures acceptable to the Administration, taking into account the guidelines developed by the Organization*.

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16.1

A o r c y ~ e ~omcoomsemcmsuu, Csudemeflbcmso 06 ynpasfleH U U 6 e 3 0 n a c ~ o c m b ~BpeMeHHblLi ), A o r c y ~ e ~om coomsemcmsuu a BpeMeHHoe Csudemeflbcmso 06 y n p a s i l e ~ u u o ' e 3 0 n a c ~ o c m b ~ 1 0@0pMnfllO~~R I I O @0pMe, C O O T B ~ T C T o 6Bp ~a 3I u~a ~ npMBe,~ ~ ~ AeHHbIM B A O I I O J I H ~ H A MK AaHHOMy K o a e ~ c y .EcJtM MCnOJlb30Ba~Hb1fII I 3 b I K He IIBnHeTCR ~ L H T J I H ~ ~ C K M MMJIH @ P ~ H U Y ~ C K H M , TeKCT AOIIxeH COAepXaTb IIepeBOn Ha O n M H M 3 3THX II3blKOB. 16.2 B ~ o ~ o J I H ~ HK MT ~~ ~ ~ O B ~ H nyHKTa M R M 13.3, B CBeneHMR 0 Tanax CYAOB,Y K ~ ~ ~ H HB ~ AI oXr c y ~ e ~ moe coomsemcmsuu a B~~JM~H AolcyMeHme H O J M 0 COOm6emCm8UU, M O X C T 6 b 1 ~ bBKJIIoYeHa a ~ @ o p ~ a uoTpaxaIouax a~, n1o6b1e orpaHaqeHaR B sKcnnyaTaUHM CyAOB, BKnloYeHHbIX B CMCTeMy YnpaBneHMR 6esonacHOCTbIo.

16 FORMS OF CERTIFICATES 16.1 The Document of Compliance, the Safety Management Certificate, the lnterim Document of Compliance and the Interim Safety Management Certificate should be drawn up in the form corresponding to the models given in the appendix to this Code. If the language used is neither English nor French, the text should include a translation into one of this languages. 16.2 I n addition to the requirements of paragraph 13.3 the ship types indicated o n the Document of Compliance and the lnterim Document of Compliance may be endorsed to reflect any limitations of operations of t h e ship described in the safety management system.

* * * APPENDIX Q ) O P M ~ I AOKYMeHTOB n o MKY6: 0 COOTBeTCTBMM,

Forms of the ISM Documents: the Document of Compliance the Safety Management Certificate, the Interim Document of Compliance a n d the lnterim Safety Management Certificate

AOKYM~HT

M

C B H . ~ A ~ T ~ 06 ~ ~ YIIpaBneHMM CTBO ~ ~ ~ o ~ Z ~ C H O C T ~ I ~ , Bpe~eHHblfiAOKyMeHT 0 COOTBeTCTBMM B ~ ~ M ~ CBIlAeTenbCTBO H H o ~ 06 YnpaBJIeHMIl 6e30nacHoc~blO

*

Refer to the aGuidelines o n Implementation o f the International Sarcty Management ( I S M ) C o d e by Administrationsa adopted by the Organization by resolution A. 1022(26).


DOCUMENT O F COMPLIANCE

A O K Y M E H T 0 COOTBETCTBMH

(rep6 zocydapcmsu)

(Tocydapcmeo)

(State)

(Official seal) Certificate N o .

Issued under the provisions of the 1 N T E R N A T l O N A L C O N V E N T I O N F O R T H E SAFETY O F L I F E AT T H E SEA, 1974, as amended

BblaaH Ha OCHOBaHMM II0n0XeHMfi M E X ~ Y H A P O A H O ~ ~ KOHBEHUMM no OXPAHE ~ E I I O B E ~ E C KXOM~3 H M HA M O P E 1974 r O A A c nonpasKaMH

Under the authority of the Government of by

( y n o ~ ~ n o ~ o r ne u~y~o ounu e opza~usayug)

(name of the State)

p p -

(person or organization authorized)

Name and address of the Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (see paragraph 1.1.2 of the I S M Code)

M ~ ~ H T M @ M K ~ U M O HOMeP H H ~ I ~KOMnaHMM ~ ............

HACTOR U M M YAOCTOBEPIIETCR, YTO citcreMa ynpasneHun ~ ~ ~ O I ~ ~ C H O K0MnaHbi1.1 C T ~ T O npOILlJIa aynMTOpCKyTO npOBepKy M YTO OH^ O T B ~ Y ~T ~~ T~ ~ O B ~ H M M R~ M X ~ Y H ~ P OKOAeKCa ~ H O ~nOo ynpaBneHMm 6 e 3 o n a c ~ o i is ~ c n n y a ~ a u ~ceyi xi o ~M npeao-repaUleHMeM 3aTPR3HeHMR (MKYL), B OTHOLLIeHMM T H ~ ~ ( - oCyAOB, B) nepeYMCJIeHHbIX HMXe ( H ~ H ~ X 3aYep~HyTb): HO~

AaTa 3aBepLLIeHMR npOBepKM, Ha

K O T O ~ OOCHOBbIBaeTCR ~ ~

Ha-

Company identification number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T H I S IS TO CERTIFY T H A T the safety management system of the Company has been audited and that it complies with requirements of the International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships arid for Pollution Prevention (ISM Code) for t h e types of ships listed below (delete as appropriate): Passenger ship Passenger high-speed craft Cargo high-speed craft Bulk carrier Oil tanker Chemical tanker G a s carrier Mobile offshore drilling unit Other cargo ship This Document of Compliance is valid until . . . . . . . . . sybject t o periodical verification. Competion date of the verification o n which this certificate is based . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (dd/mm/yyyy)

lssued at

. . . .- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (place of issue of /he document)


Aara BbInasIl ..................................................................

Date of issue. . . . . . . . . . .

(nodnucb H U ~ J ~ . M C U ~ ( 06pa30M UM yIlOflHOM0cfeHHOZOflliya, Rbrdasutezo ~ O K Y M ~ H ~ )

........................... (Signature of the duly authorized official issuing the document)

( S e a l or stamp of issuing urrthoriiy, as appropriate)

Certificate No ENDORSEMENT FOR ANNUAL VERIFICATION HACTOA U M M YAOCTOBEPA ETCA, s ~ npm o nepHonwecK O IIPOBePKe ~ B COOTBeTCTBHH C IIpaBEIJIOM IX/6.1 K O H B ~ H UPIM M IIYHKTOM 13.4 MKY6, CMCTeMa YnpaBJIeHMR ~ ~ ~ O ~ ~ C H O C H a k n e ~ ao ~ s e s a r o r u eT~p e 6 0 ~ a H M . iMKY6. ~~

1 -n EXETOAHAA nPOBEPKA

I I o n n ~ c a ~ ............................... o:

2-rr EXETOAHAA nPOBEPKA

I I o n n m c a ~ o :...............................

3-2 EXETOAHAA nPOBEPKA

I I o n n a c a ~ o :...............................

(uodnucb

~ ~ O f l H O M O ~ ~ H H fluya) O Z O

T ~ K ,

THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT, at the periodical verification in accordance with regulation IX/6.1 of the Convention and paragraph 13.4 of the 1SM Code, the safety management system was found to comply with the requirements of the ISM Code. 1st ANNUAL VERIFICATION

Signed: ...................................... (Signature of authorized oflicial)

Place: ........................................ Date: ...........................................

( n o d n u c b ynOJHOMOVeHHOZ0 fluya)

( n o d n u c b ynOflHOMO~eHti020 , ' I u ~ u )

2nd ANNUAL VERIFICATlON

Signed: ............................-......... (Signature of authorized official)

Place: ........................................ Date: ........................................... 3rd ANNUAL VERIFICATlON

Signed: ............................-......... (Signature of authorized official)

Place: ........................................

M e c ~ o : ........................................

Date: ........................................... 4-51 EXETOAHAR nPOBEPKA

I I o n n ~ c a ~ o........................... : .-.. ( n o d n u c b y n o f l ~ ~ o n t o r e l ~ fn~uoyzao)

M e c ~ o : ........................................

4th ANNUAL VERIFICATION

Signed: ...................................... (Signature o f authorized oflicial)

Place: ........................................ Date: ..........................................


CBMAETEJIbCTBO 0 6 YI-IPABJIEHMM 6 E 3 0 I l A C H O C T b K l

(rep6 zocydapcmsa)

(focydapcm~o)

SAFETY M A N A G E M E N T C E R T l F I C A T E

(Officiul seal) Certificate No.

B b l ~ a H o Ha OCHOBaHAA ~ O J I O X ~ H M A ~E~> K ~ ~ Y H A _ P O A H O ~ ~ KOHBEHUMM I-IO OXPAHE '-IEJIOBE'-iECKOM X M 3 H M HA M O P E 1974 r O A A c nonpaBKaMA

(Stu te)

Issued under the provisions of the INTERNATIONAL C O N V E N T I O N F O R T H E SAFETY O F LIFE AT T H E SEA, 1974, as amended Under the authority of the Government of by

(name of the State)

..............................................

(person or organization authorized)

Name of ship: . . . . . . . . . Distinctive number o r letters: . Port of registry: . . . . . . . . Type of ship* . . . . . . . . . . Gross tonnage: . . . . . . . . . 1MO number: . . . . . . . . . Name and address of C o n ~ p a n y :

--

. . . . .

. . . . . .

. . . . . .

. . . . . .

. . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(see paragraph 1.1.2 of the I S M Code)

Company identification number . . . . . . . . . . . . THIS IS TO CERTIFY T H A T the safety management system o f the ship has been audited and that it complies with requirements of the International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention (ISM Code), following verification that the Document of Compliance for the Company is applicable t o this type of ship. This Safety Management Certificate is valid until ............. , subject to periodical verification and the Document of Compliance remaining valid. B b r n a ~ oB .............................................................................. ( ~ e c m osbrdavu csudemenbcmsa)

A a ~ a3aBepllleHAH npOBepKA, Ha K O T O P O ~ OCHOBbIBaeTCR ~ Hac T 0 R ~ A f iAOKYMeHT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (dd/~~/zzzz)

Issued at ................................................................................ (place of issue of the document)

Completion date of the verification on which this certificate is based . . . . . . . . . . . . (~~/~I~/YYYY)

*

Insert the type of ship from among the following: passenger ship; pasacnger high-speed craft; cargo high-speed craft; bulk carrier; oil tanker; clicmical tanker; gas carrier; mobile offshore drilling unit; other cargo ship.

45


A a ~ BblAaYH a ...................

................................................. (ttodnucb ~ a d f l P . X o u ( ~ M 0 6 p ~ 3 0ynOnHOMO~ ~ ~ H H O Znriya, O sbtdasuiero csudemenbcmso)

Date of issue ...................

.................................................

(Signofure rd the duly authorized officiul issuing the certificute)

(neromb ui?u uimaMn opza~rictayuu,sbtdasuieli csudemenbcmso) (Seul or stamp oJ issuing uuthoriry, as appropriate)

Certificate N o ENDORSEMENT FOR INTERMIDIATE VERlFlCATlON A N D A D D I T I O N A L VERIFICATION (1 F R E Q U I R E D ) HACTOII U M M YAOCTOBEPfl ETCR, YTO B cooTsercrsmm c npasmnoM IX/6.1 KoHse~rrHHI4 JTYHKTOM 13.8 M K Y 6 , nepmoA M Y ~ C K O Gn p o ~ e p K 0 f iYcTaHOBneHO, YTO CMCTeMa ynpaBneHM9 6 e 3 0 n a c ~ o c ~ b 1 0Hafi~eHao~sesaIOI4eiiT ~ ~ ~ O B ~ MHKM Y 6~. M

T H I S IS T O CERTIFY THAT, at the periodical verification in accordance with regulation IX/6.1 of the Convention and paragraph 13.8 of the ISM Code, the safety management system was found to comply with the requirements of the ISM Code.

UPOMEXYTOY HAII UPOBEPKA ( s a s e p r u a e r c ~MexAy B T O P O ~ H TpeTbeg e x e r o n ~ o f inaroii)

INTERMEDIATE VERIFICATION (to be completed betweell the second and the third anniversary date) n o n n ~ c a ~ o............................... : (nodnucb y~OflHOMO~~HH020 fluy~)

ADDITIONAL VERIFICATION*

Signed: ............................... (Signature o! authorized rdficial)

Place: ....................................... Date: ........................................ Signed: ............................... (Signature oJ authorized o/ficiol)

Place: ....................................... Date: ........................................ AOUOJIHMTEJl b H M UPOBEPKA*

n o n n ~ c a a o :............................ -. . (nodnucb ytlOJlHOMO~etlHO20f l ~ y a )

ADDITIONAL VERIFICATION*

(nodnucb ~tlOflHOMO~ieHHO20 AU~U)

ADDITIONAL VERIFICATION *

Signed: ............................... (Signature r,j' authorized o/Jicial)

Place: ....................................... Date: ........................................

M e c ~ o : ........................................ A a ~ a : ...........................................

*

(Signature of authorized o/Jicial)

Place: ....................................... Date: ........................................

M e c ~ o : ........................................ A a ~ a : ........................................... Uonnucaao: ........................... .

Signed: ...............................

-

Ecnu npUMeHMM0, CM. J I Y H K T 3.4.1 ~ P ~ K O B O n~o~BHenpeHUK, CTB~ MemyHaponHoro KoneKca n o ynpasneaux, 6e30naclloc~blo( M K Y 6 ) ALIMUHUCTPaUURMMI ( p e 3 0 n l 0 ~ ~A. 1 11022(26)).

*

If applicable. Reference is made t o paragraph 3.4.1 of the <<Guidelineso n Implementation of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code by Administrationsr (resolution A. 1022(26)).

47


Certificate No. IIOATBEPXAEHME B CJIYZIAE FIPOBEAEHMR nPOBEPKM HA B030EHOBJIEHME M IIPMMEHEHMIl nPABMJIA 13.13 MKYE

ENDORSEMENT WHERE T H E RENEWAL VERIFICATION HAS BEEN COMPLETED AND PART B 13.13 O F THE ISM CODE APPLIES

C ~ ~ HOTBesaeT O COOTBeTCTBYWWEiM IIOJIOXeHEiZIM ZlaCTEi B MKYE, Ei C B E ~ ~ ~ ~ T ~ J BI ~COOTBeTCTBMEi CTBO, C IIYHKTOM 13.13 MKY6, n p ~ 3 ~ a ,eL I~e Ic%~c ~ s E i ~ e n bno ~ b r.~ . . . . .

The ship complies with the relevant provisions of part B of the ISM Code, and the Certificate shall, in accordance with part B 13.13 of the ISM Code, be accepted as valid until Signed . . . . . . . . . . . . (Signature of authorized oflicial)

Place . . . . . . . . . . . . . Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . ( n e r n m b uflu rumanzn opzanucrayuu, sbrdaarueu nodmaepxdenue)

(Seal or stamp of the authority, as approprinte)

II0,QTBEPXAEHME IIPOAJIEHMIl CPOKA A E ~ ~ C T B M T E J I ~ H O CCBMAETEJI TM bCTBA A 0 FlPM6blTMIl B n O P T nPOBEPKM B CJIY9AE nPMMEHEHMIl nPABMJIA 13.12 MKYE, MJIM HA J I ~ I ' o T H ~CPOK I ~ ~ B CJIYqAE IIPMMEHEHMIl nPABMJIA 13.14

ENDORSEMENT TO EXTEND T H E VALIDITY O F T H E CERTIFICATE UNTIL REACHING T H E PORT O F VERIFICATION WHERE PART B 13.12 O F T H E ISM CODE APPLIES OR FOR A PERIOD O F GRACE WHERE PART B 13.14 O F T H E ISM CODE APPLIES

Hac~ozrweeC B E ~ ~ ~ ~ T ~ JBI ~ COOTBeTCTBEiEi CTBO, C IIYHKTOM 13.12 IIyHKTOM 13.14 M KYE npM3HaeTCH nefi~TBPTTenb~b1~ no

This Certificate shall, in accordance with part B 13.12 or part B 13.14 of the ISM Code, be accepted as valid until

EiJIEi

Signed (nodnucb y~OflHO~OreHHOZ0 fluya)

Mec~o . . . . . . . . . . . . a a ~ a. . . . . . . . . . . . . ( n e r n m b uflu rumanzn opzanucrayuu, 6brdaarueG nodmaep~cdenue)

. . . . . . . . . . . . (Signature of authorized officinl)

Place . . . . . . . . . . . . . Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Seal or stamp of the authority, as approprinte)


INTERIM D O C U M E N T O F COMPLIANCE

(rep6 zocydapcrnsa)

(Tocydapcrnsa)

(Official seal) Certificate number

B ~ I A ~HaH OCHOBaHHH noJI0~eHHfi M E X A Y H A _ P O A H O ~ KOHBEHUMM no O X P A H E 9 E n O B E 9 E C K O M X M 3 H M HA M O P E 1974 r O A A c nonpaBKaMM

(State)

Issued under the provisions of the I N T E R N A T I O N A L C O N V E N T I O N F O R T H E SAFETY O F L I F E AT T H E SEA, 1974, as amended Under the authority of t h e Government of (name of the State)

by H a s s a ~ k I eH anpec KoMnaHMa: . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . (cnz. nytiKm 1.1.2 M K Y ~ )

HACTOII U M M YAOCTOB EPHETCII,

TO CHcTeMa ynpasnen p ~ 3 ~ oa ~~~ ae s a m m e i t UenHM nyHKTa 1.2.3 M e m f l y ~ a p o ~ ~ KOAeKCa oro n o YnpaBneHHm 6 e 3 0 n a c ~ o f si ~ c n n y a ~ a u a ecf i y ~ Ho npeAOTBpaUeHHeM ~ 3arp~3HeHkIR (MKYL), B OTHOUICHMH THII~(-oB)CYAOB, nepesHCneHHbIX HMXe ( H ~ H Y X H3aqep~HyTb): O~

HHZT ~ ~ ~ O ~ ~ C H K O oC~ T n a~~KH 6brna Iw

(person or organization authorized)

Name and address of t h e company . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(see paragraph 1.1.2 of the ISM Code)

Company identification number . . . . . . . . . . . . . T H I S IS T O CERTIFY THAT the safety management system of t h e Company has been recognized as meeting t h e objectives of paragraph 1.2.3 of the International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention (ISM Code) for the type(s) of ships listed below (delete as appropriate): Passenger ship Passenger high-speed craft Cargo high-speed craft Bulk carrier Oil tanker Chemical tanker G a s carrier Mobile offshore drilling unit Other cargo ship

AaHHb1fi A O K Y M ~0HCOOTBCTCTBHH T A

........ ~ ~ ~ C T B H A 0T ~. .~. . ~. . H

This Document of Compliance is valid until ..................... Issued at .............................................................................. (place of issue of the document)

Date of issue ..................................................................... (signature of the duly authorized official issuing the document) (seal or stamp of issuing authority, as appropriate)


B P E M E H H O E CBMAETEJIbCTBO 0 6 YllPABJlEHMM 6 E 3 0 n A C H O C T b K ) (rep6 zocydapcrnsa)

(focydapcrn60)

C B M A ~ T ~ ~ ~NLC ! TBO BbrAaHo Ha OCHOBaHHM nOn0XCe~HfiM E ) K A Y H _ A P O A H O ~ ~ KOHBEHIJMM no OXPAHE qEJIOBEgECKOM XM3HM HA M O P E 1974 r O A A c nonpaBKaMH

l N T E R l M SAFETY M A N A G E M E N T CARTIFICATE

(Official seal) (State) Certificate N o lssued under the provisions of the INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION F O R T H E SAFETY O F L l F E AT T H E SEA, 1974,as amended Under the authority of the Government of (name of the State)

bY

...........................................

-----

(person or organizafion authorized)

Name of ship: . . . . . . . . . Distinctive number o r letters: . Port of registry: . . . . . . . . . Type of ship* . . . . . . . . . . Gross tonnage: . . . . . . . . . 1MO Number: . . . . . . . . . Name and address of Company:

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

(see paragraph 1.1.2 of the ISM Code)

H A C T O U M M YAOCTOBEPIIETCII, s r o ~ p e 6 o s a ~ M IIyHKTa R 14.4 M K Y 6 BbInOnHeHbI a q T O A O K Y M ~ H0T C O O T B ~ T C T B H M / BpeMe~HbIfiA O K Y M ~ 0H CTO O T B ~ T C T B H H * *K o M n a H ~ aOTHOCaTCn K AaHHOMY CYAHY. A a H ~ o eB ~ ~ M ~ CH BH Mo ~~ ~ T ~ ~06~ YnpaBneHHa C T B O 6e30IIaCHOCTbIO flefi~TBHTenbH0 A 0 ............. ,. IIpa YCJIOBHH, q T O A O K Y M ~ H0 TC O O T B ' S T C T B M H / B ~ ~AOKYMeHT M ~ H H ~ I ~0~ COOTBeTCTBMM OCTaeTCR H ~ ~ ~ C T B 6I ~ I T6 ~1 ~~ . B ~ I A ~ BH............................................................................... O ( ~ e c m osbldavu csudemenbcmsu)

Company identification number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T H I S 1 s T O CERTIFY T H A T the requirements of paragraph 14.4 of the ISM Code have been met and that the Document of C o m pliance/lnterim Document of Compliance*' of the Company is relevant to this ship. This Interim Safety Management Certificate is valid until ............ subject t o Document of Compliance/lnterim Document of Compliance** remaining valid. Issued at ................................................................................. (place of issue of the document)

*

Insert the type of ship from among the following: passenger ship; passenger high-speed craft; cargo high-speed craft; bulk carrier; oil tanker; chemical tanker; gas carrier: mobile offshore drilling unit; othcr cargo ship.

**

Delete as appropriate.

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A a ~ BbIaaqH a ...................

................................................

(nodnucb ~ a d n e x a u ( u06pa3o.M ~ ynoJlIioMor e l ~ ~ o zx o u y a , sbrdasuezo csirdeme~lbcmso)

(neramb unu umanin o p z a ~ u s a y u u ,s b ~ d a s u e l i csudemenbcmso)

A a ~ na p o n n e ~ ~ ............. x .

................................................. (nodnucb ~ a d n e x a u ( uo~6 p a 3 0 ~ ynoflHonioreHHoZ0 JluqU, npodausuezo deucmsumenb~ocmb csudemenbcmsa)

(neramb unu u m a M n o p z a ~ u s a y u u ,s b ~ d a s u e u~ s u d e m e ~ ~ b c m e o )

Date of issue ....................

............................................. (.~ignalureof the duly authorized official is.vring the certificate)

(seal o r stamp of issuing aulhorily, as appropriate)

Certificate No The validity of this Interim Safety Management Certificate is extended to .............. ... Date of extension .................. ........................................... (signature of the duly authorized ofJcial extending the validity)

(seal or stamp of issuing aulhority, as appropriate)


RESOLUTION A.1022(26) adopted on 2 December 2009 PYKOBOACTBO

no BHEAPEHHK) M E ~ , ~ Y H A P O A H O T KOAEKCA O no YIIPABJIEHEIK) EE30IIACHOCTbK) (MKYE) AAMHHHCTPAqEIRMEI

GUIDELINES ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT (ISM) CODE BY ADMINISTRATIONS

ACCAM 6JIER, CCbIJIARCb Ha CTaTblo 15(j) K~HBeHqkiki0 MemnyHapoAH0fi MOPCKOI? OPraHH3aL[HH, KaCaH)lUYK)CR @yHKuHfi A c c a ~ 6 neki B O T H O L I I ~ H H H npasHn ki ~ ~ K O B O A CKacammkixcR TB, 6e30nacHocTa Ha Mope a npeAynpexAeHHn ki KoHTponn s a r p n s ~ e HkiR MOPR C CYAOB, CCbInAIICb T A K X E Ha pesonmqkim A.741(18), K O T O P O ~ ~ A c c a ~ 6 n e xnpkiHxna M e m f l y ~ a p o f l ~ b KoAeKc ~fi no ynpanneakim 6 e 3 o n a c ~ o f is ~ c n n y a ~ a u ~ceyf~i o nki npeAoTspaueHaeM 3 a r p ~ 3 HeHkiR ( M e ~ n y H a p ~ f l H b lKOAeKC fi n o YIIpaBneHMK, 6 e 3 0 n a c ~ o c ~ b m(MKYE)), CCblflARCb AAJIEE Ha p e 3 o n m ~ ~ A.788(19), m ~o~opoii A c c a ~ 6 n enpkiHRna ~ P ~ K O B O A C Tn B oO BHenpeHHm MexnyHaponHOrO KOAeKCa n o YnpaBJIeHkiH, ~ ~ ~ O ~ ~ C H O(MKYG) C T ~ K &MM, HkiCTpaL[kiRMki, OTMEqAH, z r ~ on o nonomeHkiRM rnanbI IX M e x n y ~ a p o n HOI? KoHBeHukiki n o oxpaHe s e n o ~ e s e c ~ o fmki3~ki i ~a Mope (COJIAC) 1974 r., c nonpasKaMki, MKYG c 1 amnR 1998 r. CTan 0 6 ~ 3 a T e n b ~ bAJIR 1 ~ ~ ~ M n a H k i f 3KCnnyaTkipyIolUHX i, OIIpeAeneHHbIe TanbI CYAOB, ki c 1 amnn 2002 r . - Anx ~ o ~ n a ~ k i f i , sKcnnyaTHpymmHx Apyrkie rpysosbre cyna a nepeAnkimHbIe MOpCKHe 6yposble YCTaHOBKH B ~ ~ O BBMeCTMMOCTbIO O ~ O T 500 H Gonee, IIpHBOAHMbIe B ABHXeHkie MeXaHkiseCKHMki CpeACTBaMH, OTMEqAII T A M E , YTO K O M H T ~nTo 6e30nac~oc~1.rHa Mope Ha c ~ o e f i85 ceccHH, npkiHRJI pesonmukiefi MSC.273(85) nonpasKki K MKYE,

N O T I N G ALSO that t h e Maritime Safety Committee, at its eighty-fifth session, adopted amendments to the ISM Code by resolution MSC.273(85),

IIPM3HABAH, YTo A n ~ k i ~ k i c ~ p a u kYCTaHOBkiB ix, KT nonAepXaHkiR CTaHAapTOB 6e30nacHocTki, 0 6 ~ 3 a H a06ecIIesHTb BbI-

RECOGNIZING that an Administration, in establishing that safety standards are being maintained, has a responsibility to en-

T H E ASSEMBLY, RECALLING Article 15(j) of the Convention o n the International Maritime Organization concerning the functions of t h e Assembly in relation to regulations and guidelines concerning maritime safety and the prevention and control of marine pollution from ships, RECALLING ALSO resolution A.741(18) by which the Assembly adopted the International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention (International Safety Management (ISM) Code), RECALLING F U R T H E R resolution A.788(19) by which the Assembly adopted Guidelines on Implementation of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code by Administrations, N O T I N G that the ISM Code became mandatory, under the provisions of chapter IX of the International Convention for the Safety of Life a t Sea (SOLAS), 1974, as amended for companies operating certain types of ships, on I July 1998 and for Companies operating other cargo ships and mobile offshore drilling units propelled by mechanical means of 500 gross tonnage and upwards, o n 1 July 2002,


Aaqy

AOK~M~HT~

0 COOTBeTCTBLIH H C B P HMM ~ ~ ~ o I I ~ c H o c T B~ ICOOTBeTCTBkIH O, C

T ~ ~ T ~ J I06 ~ CYnpaBneTB~ MKY6, npMHHMaH BO

BHHMaHHe AaHHOe P ~ K O B O ~ C T B O , IIPM3HABAII TAK>KE, s ~ oy A A M R H M c T ~ ~MOmeT ~M~ B03HRKHyTb n o T p e 6 ~ 0 c ~Bb3aKJIfOqeHHII AOrOBOpOB B OTHOIlIeHLIH BbIAaqI4 CBLlAeTenbCTB APYTMMH ~ M H H H C T P ~ ~ M R BMCOH OTBCTCTBMH C maB0fi IX K o H s e ~ u H uCOAAC H p e 3 0 n l O ~ ~ e ~ A.741(18), IIPM3HABAR A M E E ~ e o 6 x o n a ~ o ce~f bl ~ ~ o o 6 p a 3 ~ o r o npeMeHeHkix M K Y 6 , PACCMOTPEB peKOMeHaaUHI0, Bb1pa60Ta~HylO K O M H T ~ T O M nO ~ ~ ~ O ~ I ~ C H Ha O CMope T H Ha e r 0 84 CeCCkIH H K O M M T ~ T O M n o s a r u a ~ e~ o p c e o i icpeAbI Ha e r o 59 C ~ C C H M ,

1. fl PMH M MAET Pyh-oeodcmeo no 6MedpeMulo M e x d y ~ u p o d h-odeh-ca no y n p a e ~ e ~ u m 6e30nac~ocmblo ( M K Y E ) A d ~ u Mucmpayumtu, a s n o x e ~ ~ Bo eI I p k i n o x e ~ ~K a~ a c ~ o x m epesoii nrouaa; 2. HACTOfiTEflbHO IIPM3bIBAET npaBkiTenbCTBa npeaepmaBaTbCR nepecMoTpeHHor0 P ~ K O B O A Cnpa T B ~BHeApeHMH MKYb; 3. I-IPEAJIATAET npauHTen6cTsaM a ~ + o p ~ a p o ~O ap r~a b~ M 3 a 4 ~ r oo nro6brx TPYAHOCTRX B a c n o n b s o ~ a ~npanaraeMoro a~ P~KOBO~~CTB~; ~ T 6 e 3 0 n a c ~ o c ~Haa Mope 4. YIIOJIH OM O q MBAET K O M W T no a KoMaTeT n o s a w ~ M ~ Oe P C K O ~ cpenbl ~ AepxaTb npanaraeMoe PYKOBOACTBO B none ~ P ~ H H Ha R cnysaii ~ e o 6 x o n a ~ oe rco ~ ~ nepecMoTpa H B H O C W T ~ B Hero n o n p a s e a , n o Mepe ~ e o 6 x o AMMOCTkI. 5 . OTMEHIIET c 1 monn 2010 r . pesonrouaro A.913(22). MOZO

sure that Documents of Compliance and Safety Management Certificates have been issued in accordance with the ISM Code taking into account the Guidelines, R E C O G N I Z I N G ALSO that there may be a need for Administrations to enter into agreements in respect of issuance of certificates by other Administrations in compliance with chapter I X of the 1974 SOLAS Convention and in accordance with resolution A.741(18), R E C O G N I Z I N G F U R T H E R the need for uniform implementation of the ISM Code, HAVING CONS1 D E R E D the recommendation made by the Maritime Safety Committee at its eighty-fourth session and the Marine Environment Protection Committee at its fifty-sixth session, I . ADOPTS the Guidelines on implementation of the International Safety Management ( I S M ) Code by Administrations, set out in the Annex t o the present resolution; 2. U R G E S Governments, when implementing the I S M Code, t o adhere t o the Revised Guidelines; 3. REQUESTS Governments t o inform t h e Organization of any difficulties they have experienced in using the annexed Guidelines; 4. AUTHORIZES the Maritime Safety Committee and the Marine Environment Protection Committee t o keep the annexed Guidelines under review and to amend them as necessary.

5.

REVOKES resolution A.913(22), with effect as of 1 July 2010.

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ANNEX

PYKOBOACTBO no BHEAPEHMKI M E X A Y H A P O A H O r O KOAEKCA no YnPABJIEHMfO 6 E 3 0 n A C H O C T b K l ( M K Y 6 ) AAMMHMCTPAUMAMM COAEPXAHHE BBEAEHME 1 0 6 J I A C T b OXBATbIBAEMbIX B O n P O C O B M I I P M M E H E H M E 2 IIPOBEPKA BbIllOJIHEHMII T P E ~ O B A H M J ?M K Y 6 3 n P O U E C C OQOPMJIEHMII AOKYMEHTOB no MKYE TPEEOBAHMII no OPrAHM3AUMM OQOPMJIEHMII AOKYMEHTOB no M K Y 6 BBEAEHME CTAHAAPT YnPABJIEHMII CTAHAAPTbI KOMT[ETEHTHOCTM OPTAHM3AUMR KBAJIHQMKAUMOHHbIX M E P O ~ P M I I T M L ? IIPOUEDYPbI OQOPMflEHMR AOKYMEHTOB TI0 MKYE M MHCTPYKUMM

QOIIOJIHEHME 1

2 3 4

5

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G U I D E L I N E S O N T H E IMPLEMENTATION O F T H E INTERNATIONAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT (ISM) C O D E BY ADMINISTRATIONS TABLE O F C O N T E N T S INTRODUCTION 1 S C O P E A N D APPLICATION 2 VERIFYING C O M P L I A N C E WITH T H E ISM C O D E 3 T H E CERTIFICATION PROCESS APPENDIX

STANDARDS O N ISM C O D E C E R T I F I C A T I O N ARRANGEMENTS I INTRODUCTION 2 STANDARD O F M A N A G E M E N T 3 STANDARDS O F C O M P E T E N C E 4 QUALIFICATION A R R A N G E M E N T S -

5 CERTIFICATION P R O C E D U R E S A N D I N S T R U C T I O N S

BBEAEHME

INTRODUCTION

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The ISM Code

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The International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention (International Safety Management (ISM) Code) was adopted by the Organization by resolution A.741(18) became mandatory by virtue of the entry into force o n 1 July 1998 of SOLAS chapter [X o n Management for the Safe Operation of Ships. The ISM Code provides a n international standard for the safe management and operation of ships and for pollution prevention. The Maritime Safety Committee, at its eighty-fifth session, adopted amendments t o sections 1, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14 and the Appendix of the ISM Code by resolution MSC.273(85). As a result it is necessary to revise the Guidelines which were contained in Assembly resolution A.913(22), which is being superseded by the present Guidelines. The ISM Code requires that Companies establish safety objectives as described in section 1.2 of the ISM Code, and in addition that the Companies develop, implement and maintain a


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Mandatory application of the ISM Code T h e appropriate organisation of management, ashore and o n board, is needed t o ensure adequate standards of safety and of pollution prevention. A systematic approach to management by those responsible for management of ships is therefore required. The objectives of the mandatory application of the ISM Code are t o ensure: .1 compliance with mandatory rules and regulations related t o the safe operation of ships and protection of the environment; and .2 the effective implementation and enforcement thereof by Administrations. ~ @ @ ~ K T I ? B H KOHTPOJIb ~ I ~ ~ CO CTOPOHbI ~ M H H E I C T AOn~ ~ ~ XeH BKJIIOqaTb IIpOBepKy Toro, s T 0 CMCTeMa YnpaBJIeHMH 6e30naCHOCTbIO OTBeqaeT T ~ ~ ~ O B ~npeAIIklCaHHb1M H H ~ M , M K Y 6 , TaKXe KaK I? IIpOBepKy COOTBeTCTBMII 06113aTeJIbHb1~HOPMaM H npaBMnaM.

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1 S C O P E A N D APPLICATION 1 . 1 Definitions The terms used in these Guidelines have the same meaning as those given in the ISM Code.

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1.2.1 These Guidelines establish basic principles: . I for verifying that the Safety Management System of a Company responsible for the operation of ships or the Safety Management System for the ship or ships controlled by the company complies with the ISM Code; and . 2 for the issue and annual verification of the Document of Compliance and for the issue and intermediate verification of the Safety Management Certificate. 2 VERIFYING C O M P L I A N C E WITH T H E ISM C O D E

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2.1.1 T o comply with the requirements of the ISM Code, C o m panies should develop, implement and maintain a Safety Management System to ensure that the safety and environmental protection policy of the Company is implemented. The Company policy should include the objectives defined by the ISM Code*. 2.1.2 Administrations should verify compliance with the requirements of the ISM Code by determining:

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that the Safety Management System ensures that the objectives defined in paragraph 1.2.3 of t h e ISM Code are met. 2.1.3 Determining conformity o r non-conformity of the Safety Management System elements with the requirements specified by the ISM Code may demand that criteria for assessment be developed. Administrations are recommended to limit the development of criteria in the form of prescriptive management system solutions. Criteria for assessment in the form of prescriptive requirements may have the effect that safety management in shipping results in Companies implementing solutions prepared by others, it may then be difficult for a Company to develop the solutions which best suit that particular Company, that particular operation o r that specific ship.

2.1.4 Therefore, Administrations are recommended to ensure that these assessments are based o n determining the effectiveness of the Safety Management System in meeting specified objectives, rather than conformity with detailed requirements in addition to those contained in the ISM Code so as t o reduce the need for developing criteria to facilitate assessment of the Companies' compliance with the ISM Code.

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2.2.1 The ISM Code identifies general safety management objectives. These objectives are: .1 t o provide for safe practices in ship operation and a safe working environment; t .2 o assess all identified risks to its ships, personnel and the environment a n d establish appropriate safegards; and .3 to continuously improve the safety-management skills of personnel ashore and aboard, including preparing for emergencies related both to safety and environmental protection.


T h e verification should support and encourage Companies in achieving these objectives. 2.2.2 These objectives provide clear guidance to Companies for the development of Safety Management System elements in compliance with the ISM Code. Since, however, the ability of t h e Safety Management System in achieving these objectives cannot be determined beyond whether the Safety Management System complies with the requirements of the ISM Code, they should not form the basis for establishing detailed interpretations to be used for determining conformity o r non-conformity with the requirements of the ISM Code.

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2.3.1 T h e main criteria which should govern the development of interpretations needed for assessing compliance with the requirements of the ISM Code should be the ability of the Safety Management System to meet the specific requirements defined by the ISM Code in terms of specific standards of safety and pollution prevention.

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2.3.2 All records having the potential to facilitate verification of compliance with the I S M Code should be open to scrutiny during an examination. For this purpose the Administration should e n sure that the Company provide auditors with statutory and classification records relevant to the actions taken by the Company t o ensure that compliance with mandatory rules and regulations is maintained. In this regard t h e records may be examined to substantiate their authenticity a n d veracity.


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maintaining t h e condition of ship and equipment between surveys; and .2 certain operational requirements.

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. I documented procedures and instructions; and .2 documentation of the verification carried out by senior officers of day-to-day operation when relevant to ensure compliance. 2.3.4 T h e verification of compliance with mandatory rules and regulations, which is part of the ISM Code certification, neither duplicates nor substitutes surveys for other maritime certificates. The verification of compliance with the ISM Code does not relieve the Company, the master o r any other entity or person involved in the management o r operation of the ship of their responsibilities. 2.3.5 Administrations should ensure that the Company has: . 1 taken into account the recommendations, as referred to in 1.2.3.2 of the ISM Code, when establishing the Safety Management System; and .2 developed procedures to ensure that these recommendations are implemented on shore and on board. 2.3.6 Within a Safety Management System, implementation of codes, guidelines and standards recommended by the Organization, Administrations, classification societies and other maritime industry organizations does not make these recommendations mandatory under the ISM Code. Nevertheless auditors should e n courage companies to adopt these recommendations whenever applicable to the Company.


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3.1 Certification activities 3.1.1 The certification process relevant t o a Document of C o m pliance for a Company and a Safety Management Certificate t o a ship will normally involve the following steps: . I initial verification; .2 annual o r intermediate verification; . 3 renewal verification; and .4 additional verification. These verifications are carried out at the request of the Company t o the Administration, o r t o the organization recognized by the Administration t o perform certification functions under the ISM Code o r at the request of the Administration by another Contracting Government to the Convention. The verifications will include an audit of the Safety Management System. 3.2 Initial verification 3.2.1 The Company should apply for ISM Code certification to the Administration. 3.2.2 An assessment of the shore side management system undertaken by the Administration would necessitate assessment of the offices where such management is carried out and possibly other locations depending o n the Company's organization and functions of the various locations. 3.2.3 On satisfactory completion of the assessment of the shore side Safety Management System, arrangements/planning may commence for the assessment of the Company's ships.

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3.2.4 O n satisfactory completion of the assessment, a Document of Compliance will be issued t o the Company, copies of which should be forwarded t o each shore side premises and each ship in the Company's fleet. As each ship is assessed and issued with a Safety Management Certificate, a copy of it should also be forwarded to the Company's head office. 3.2.5 In cases where certificates are issued by a recognized organization, copies of all certificates should also be sent t o the Administration.


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3.2.6 The safety management audit for the Company and for a ship will involve the same basic steps. The purpose is t o verify that a Company or a ship comply with the requirements of the ISM Code. The audits include: 1 the conformity of the Company's Safety Management System with the requirements of the ISM Code including objective evidence demonstrating that the Company Safety Management System has been in operation for at least three months, and a Safety Management System has been in operation on board at least one ship of each type operated by the Company for at least three months; and that the Safety Management System ensures that the objectives defined in paragraph 1.2.3 of the ISM Code are met. This includes the verification that the Document of Compliance for the Company responsible for the operation of the ship is applicable t o that particular type of ship, and assessment of the shipboard Safety Management System to verify that it complies with the requirements of the ISM Code, and that it is implemented. Objective evidence demonstrating that the Company's Safety Management System has been functioning effectively for at least three months on board the ship and ashore should be available, including, inter alia, records from the internal audit performed by the Company.

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3.3.2 Annual verification is t o be carried out within three months before and after each anniversary date of the Document of Compliance. A schedule not exceeding three months is t o be agreed for completion of the necessary corrective actions.


coomsemcmsuu 6b1n 0 6 e c n e q e ~oxsaT Bcex TaKax o ~ ~ e n e ~ ~ f i .

3.3.3 Where the Company has more than one shore side premises, each of which may not have been visited at the initial assessment, the annual assessments should endeavour t o ensure that all sites are visited during the period of validity of the Document of Compliance.

3 . 4 I l p o ~ e x y ~ o u n anpoaeprta a Csudemenbcmsa 06 ynpasnenuu 6e3onac~ocmbm

3.4 Intermediate verification of Safety Management Certificates

~ P O M ~ X Y T O Z I HnPOBePKI4 ~I~ AOKYMeHTaUkII4 nO YnpaBne~ ~ ~ O I I ~ C H O CnpOBOAHTCR T ~ I O AJIR nOAAepXaHMR B CHne Csudenzenbcrnsa 06 ynpasnetfuu 6e3onacnocmbh7. u e n b 3TI4X npOBepOK - yAOCTOBePHTbCR B ~@@~KTMBHOCTM A ~ ~ ~ C T B CMCTeMbI HR YnpaBJIeHHR 6 e 3 0 n a c ~ o c ~ b m I4 B TOM, ZITO BHeCeHHbIe B Hee KaKMe 661 TO HM 6b1n0 I43MeHeHMR OTBeYaIOT T P ~ ~ O B ~ H H X M MKYG. B onpeAeneHHbrx cnysaxx, o c o 6 e ~ ~B o~ a s a n b ~ b rnefi PMOA A ~ ~ ~ C T B CHCTeMbl H R YnpaBneHMR ~ ~ ~ o I I ~ c H o c T &MH~ I O , HMCTpauMR MOXeT Hafi~M H ~ O ~ X O A I ~ M ~YBeJIHYMTb I M '4aCTOTy

3.4.1 Intermediate safety management audits should be carried out t o maintain the validity of the Safety Management Certificate. The purpose of these audits is t o verify the effective functioning of the Safety Management System and that any modifications made to the Safety Management System comply with the requirements of the ISM Code. In certain cases, particularly during the initial period of operation under the Safety Management System, the Administration may find it necessary t o increase the frequency of the intermediate verification. Additionally, the nature of non-conformities may also provide a basis for increasing the frequency of intermediate verifications.

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npOMeXyTOYHblX IIpOBepOK. K p o ~ TOrO, e OCHOBaHHeM AnR 6onee YaCTbIX nPOMeXYTOZIHbIX npOBePOK MOXeT R B M T b C R XapaKTep BblRBneHHbIX HeAOZIeTOB. 3.4.2 E c n ~nJIaHMpyeTcR T O X b K O OAHa npOMeXyTOsHaX npOBepKa, OHa AOJIXHa TIPOBOAMTbCR MeXay AaTaMM B T O P O ~H TpeTbefi exeronaoii AaTbI Csudemenbcmsa 06 ynpasnetfuu 6e3onac~ocmbto.

3.4.2 If only one intermediate verification is to be carried out, it should take place between the second and third anniversary date of the issue of the Safety Management Certificate. 3 . 5 Renewal verification

3.5.1 n p o B e p ~ I 4AJIH B O ~ O ~ H O B J I ~ H AMORK Y M ~ H T O BBbIrIOJIHRIOTCR no HcTeqeHm cpoKa A ~ ~ ~ C T B Jotcy,~etima MR o c o o m s e m c t n s ~~~n 1 4 Csudemenbcmsa 06 ynpasnetfuu 6e3onac~ocmblo. n p o n e p ~ aAnX B O ~ O ~ H O B ~ ~ AOKYMeHTOB H M R OXBaTbIBaeT BCe 3JIeMeHTbI CMCTeMbI ynpaBneHI4R ~ ~ ~ O ~ ~ C H OM CBMAbI T ~ H AeRTenbHOCTM , K KOTOPbIM npI4MeHRlOTCR ~ p e 6 o ~ a ~MKYh. ~ t . r ~ n p o s e p ~ aAJIR ~ 0 3 0 6 ~ 0 ~ J I e HHR AOKyMeHTOB MOXeT HaZIWHaTbCR 3a TPM MeCRUa A 0 AaTbI MCTeZIeHI4R CpOKa A ~ ~ ~ C T B JoKyMetftTla HR 0 COOm6emCm6UU HJIM Csudemenbcmsa 06 ynpasne~uu6e3onactfocmblo H AOnXHa 3anepLUaTbCR A 0 HaCTynJIeHMR 3 T M X AaT.

3.5.1 Renewal verifications are to be performed before the validity of the Document of Compliance o r the Safety Management Certificate expires. The renewal verification will address all the elements of the Safety Management System and the activities to which the requirements of the ISM Code apply. Renewal verification may be carried out from three months before the date of expiry of the Document of Compliance or t h e Safety Management Certificate and should be completed before their date of expiry.

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n p ~ s e n e ~B ~0 6a ~ 1 qepTax 4 ~ B n o c n e A y m u ~ x nyHKTax npOUeAypa npOBepOK CHCTeMbI YnpaBneHMR ~ ~ ~ O ~ ~ C H O C BKJIIOZIaeT BCe 3Tanb1, OTHOCRlIJMeCR K n e p B o H a Z I a n b ~ 0np0~ BepKe. EXero~HbIenpOBepKH I4 MpOBepKI4 AJIR B O ~ O ~ H O B J I ~ H M H AOKyMeHTOB AOJIXHbI OCHOBMBaTbCR Ha OAHMX H TCX Xe npHHUHIIax, flame H IIpM TOM, ZITO I4X 0 6 5 e ~ b 1MOF'YT OTJIMZIaTbCR.

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Safety management audits

The procedure for safety management audits outlined in the following paragraphs includes all st'eps relevant for initial verification. Safety management audits for annual verification and renewal verification should be based on the same principles even if their scope may be different.


3.7 Application for audit 3.7.1 K O M ~ ~ HTIpeACTaBJIReT HH A ~ I M M H M ~ TMJIH ~ ~ opraHH~MM 3aUMM, ~ P M ~ H ~ HA HA OM ~M~ H W C T AJIR P ~ ~~eJIefi M ~ ~BbIAaqM ~ n 0 ee nopyZieHHIo J o ~ y ~ e n mo acoomsemcm6uu MnM Ceudemenbctnea 06 ynpasnenuu 6e30nacnocmbl0, sanpoc Ha n p o s e n e e e e nposeplta. 3.7.2 & M H H H C T ~ ~ U M .M~J I~M npH3HaHHaR OpraHM3aUI?R Ha3HavaeT rnasHoro npoBepnrouero H , ecnM H ~ O ~ X O A Mrpynny MO, nposep~~om~x.

3.7.1 The Company should submit a request for audit to the Administration o r to the organization recognized by the Administration for issuing Document of Compliance o r Safety Management Certificate on behalf of t h e Administration. 3.7.2 The Administration or the recognized organization should then nominate the lead auditor and, if relevant, the audit team.

3.8 npo~epRIOLUl.ifi, B KaZieCTBe OCHOBbI JJIR JIJIaHllpOB3HHX lIpOBepKM, AOJIXeH PaCCMOTpeTb p a 3 p a 6 0 ~ a ~ H y I O K O M ~ ~ H H ~ aoKyMeHTauMro no ynpaBneHI.rIo 6 e 3 o n a c ~ o c ~ b 1H0 o n p e n e n m b aAeKBaTHOCTb CMCTeMbI YITPaBJIeHHR ~ ~ ~ O ~ ~ C H O~ Cp eT 6~0 N~ a) H H R M MKYE. Ecnn lIpM 3 T O M BLIRBnReTCR HeaAeKBaTHOCTb CHCTeMbI, TO nPOBePKa OTKJIaAbIBaeTCR A 0 TeX nOp, n0Ka KOMJIaHHR He JIpeAnpHMeT a e f i c ~ ~ c l JIO f i yCTpaHeHI?lO BbIXBneHHbIX HeAOCTaTKOB.

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As a basis for planning the audit, the auditor should review the safety management manual t o determine the adequacy of the Safety Management System in meeting the requirements of the ISM Code. If this review reveals that the system is not adequate, the audit will have t o be delayed until t h e Company u n dertakes corrective action.

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3.9.2 np0BepRIOu~fiAOJIXeH npencTaBMTb pyKOBOAR4Me pa6oYMe AOKYMeHTbI lI0 lIPOBepKe, HMeIOqee UeJIbIO C ~ O C O ~ C T B O B ~ T ~ lIpOBeAeHI.rIo OUeHOK, HccJIe~o~aHMfi M P~CCMOTP~HM B ~COOT~ BeTCTBHEI CO CTaHAaPTHbIMH llpOUer[ypaMI?, HHCTpYKUPfRMH H ~ O ~ M ~ AOKYMeHTOB, M I ? YCTaHOBJIeHHbIMI?AJIR 06e~neZieHHReAM~ 0 0 6 p a 3 ~ 1nPaKTMKM 1 IIpOReneHMR nPOBePOK.

Preliminary review (Document review)

Preparing the audit

3.9.1 The nominated lead auditor should liaise with the C o m pany and produce a n audit plan. 3.9.2 The auditor should provide the working documents which are t o govern the execution of the audit to facilitate the assessments, investigations and examinations in accordance with the standard procedures, instructions and forms which have been established to ensure consistent auditing practices. 3.9.3 The audit team should be able t o communicate effectively with nuditees. 3.10

Executing the audit

3.10. I The audit should start with an opening meeting in order to introduce the audit team to the Company's senior managemcnt, summarlzc the methods for conducting the audit, confirm that all ;~grecdfacilities are available, confirm time and date for a closing meeting a n d clarify possible unclear details relevant to the audit.


3.10.2 The audit team should assess the Safety Management System on the basis of the documentation presented by the Company and objective evidence as to its effective implementation.

3.10.4 fla~Hb1enpOBepKK O@OPMJIRIOTCR AOKYMeHTajIbHO. n p 0 BeAx nposeprcy AerrTenbHocTH, rpynna npoBepRloqax AonxHa npOaHaJIK3MpOBaTb AaHHbIe npOBepKK Pi PeLLIKTb, s T 0 I43 ~ a 6 n m A ~ H K RA O J I X H O 6 b 1 ~ bOTMeseHO B OTseTe 0 nPOBePKe KaK HeCOOTBeTCTBylOllJeeT ~ ~ ~ O B ~ HHH ~ CROM OT . B ~ T C TOTpaXaIoTCR BHR B oTseTe c T O ~ K M~ P ~ H E InRo n o x e ~ ~ i fMKYE, i OTHOCR~HXCRK 0 6 ~ 1 . Hi ~KOHKpeTHbIM T ~ ~ ~ O B ~ H H R M .

3.10.3 Evidence should be collected through interviews and examination of documents. Observation of activities and conditions may also be included when necessary to determine the effectiveness of the Safety Management System in meeting the specific standards of safety and protection of the environment required by the ISM Code. 3.10.4 Audit observations should be documented. After activities have been audited, the audit team should review their observations to determine which are to be reported as non- conformities. Non-conformities should be reported in terms of the general and specific provisions of the ISM Code.

3.10.5 At the end of the audit, prior t o preparing the audit report, the audit team should hold a meeting with the senior management of the Company and those responsible for the functions concerned. The purpose is to present the observations to ensure that the results of the audit are clearly understood.

3.11 Audit report T rOTOBKTCH n0A PYKOBOACTBOM maB3.1 1.1 O T ~ 0~ JIpOBepKe Horo n p o s e p x m q e r o , K O T O ~ OTBeqaeT ~ I ~ ~ 3a ero npaBnnbHocTb m nOJIHOTy.

3.11.1 The audit report should be-prepared under the direction of the lead auditor, who is responsible for its accuracy and complete ness. 3.11.2 The audit report should include the audit plan, the identification of audit team members, dates and identification of the Company, observations o n any non-conformities and observations o n the effectiveness of the Safety Management System in meeting the specified objectives.

p o nposeprte AonxeH 6 b 1 ~ bnpenoc3.11.3 3 ~ 3 e ~ n n xoTseTa TaBJIeH KOMIIaHKEI. K O M ~ ~ H EAOJIXHa IEI 6 b 1 ~ bAaHa PeKOMeHAaqEiR o npeAocTasneHm KaxAoMy noAeeprueMycx npoBepKe c y ~ 3~ ~ys e ~ n n oTseTa ~ p a o ero nposeprte.

3.1 1.3 The Company should receive a copy of the audit report. The Company should be advised to provide a copy of the shipboard audit reports to the ship.

3.12 Corrective action follow-up m ~ 3a npHHRTHe PeLUeHMR 0 TOM, 3.12.1 K o ~ n a ~OTBeTCTBeHHa KaKKe CJIeAyeT npeAnpKHRTb A ~ ~ ~ C T B IHI OR YCTpaHeHMK, HeCO-

3.12.1 The Company is responsible for determining and initiating the corrective action needed to correct a non-conformity or to

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correct the cause of t h e non-conformity. Failure to correct non-conformities with specific requirements of the ISM Code may affect the validity of t h e Document of Compliance and related Safety Management Certificates.

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3.12.2 Corrective actions and possible subsequent follow-up audits should be completed within the time period agreed. The Company should apply for the follow-up audits.

3.13 Company responsibilities pertaining to safety management audits HK R YM6 He OCBO3.13.1 n p 0 B e p ~ aCOOTBeTCTBHR T ~ ~ ~ O B ~ H M 6 0 m n a e ~KOMnaHHH,, YIIpaBJIRIOIUHX, K O M ~ H A H ~COCTaB I ~ CYAOB HJIH MOPRKOB OT HX O ~ I I ~ ~ H H OBC OTHOUleHHH T ~ ~ BbIIIOJIHeHHR HaUHOHaJIbHOrO H MeXAyHapOfiHOrO 3aKOHOAaTeJIbCTBa, OTHOCRmerocn K ~ ~ ~ O ~ ~ C H OH C3 T aE I ~ o ~ p y~x a er o u e i iCpeAbI.

3.13.1 The verification of compliance with the requirements of the ISM Code does not relieve the Company, management, officers or seafarers of their obligations as t o compliance with national and international legislation related t o safety and protection of the environment. 3.13.2 T h e Company is responsible for: . I informing relevant employees about t h e objectives and scope of the I S M Code certification; .2

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appointing responsible members of staff t o accompany members of the team performing the certification;

.3 providing the resources needed by those performing t h e certification t o ensure an effective and efficient verification process; .4 providing access and evidential material as requested by those performing t h e certification; and .5

co-operating with t h e verification team to permit the certification objectives to be achieved. 3.13.3 Where major non-conformities are identified, Administrations and recognized organizations (ROs) should comply with procedures stated in MSC/Circ. 1059-MEPC/Circ.40 1.


3.14 Responsibilities of the organization performing the ISM Code certification T h e organization performing t h e ISM Code certification is responsible for ensuring that the certification process is performed according t o the ISM Code and these Guidelines. This includes management control of all aspects of the certification according to the appendix t o these Guidelines.

3.15 3.15.1 OAHOJIPiuO AOnXHO CTORTb BO TJIaBe ~ P O B O A M M O AJIS ~~ 0@0pMneHHIIAOKyMeHTOB IIpOBepKM, He3aBPiCMMO OT TOTO, BblIIOnHHeTCR IIpOBepKa rpyIIIIoi? M J I M OAHMM YeJIOBeKOM. P ~ K o B o A M T ~ J I ~ AOJIXeH 6 b 1 ~ YIIOJlHOMOYeH b IIPMHMMaTb OKOHYaTeJlbHbIe PeUIeHPiR B OTHOUIeHMM IIPOBeAeHMR IIPOBePKM M nlO6b1x BbIHBJIeHHI>IX @~KTOE B .~ oO ~ H ~ ~ M H O C TAOnXHbI EI BKJIIOYaTb:

3.15.2 Y ~ a c ~ ~ y t o l UBMIIpOBepKe e JIHua HeCyT OTBeTCTBeHHOCTb 3a ee nposeAeHEie B cooTseTcTsaa c T ~ ~ ~ O B ~ H MpernaMeHTaR M ~ , PYlOUPiMM IIPOBePKY, 3a 0 6 e c n e ~ e ~ ~K iOeH $ M A ~ H I ~ P ~ ~ J I ~ H O C T E I OTHOCRIUMXCII K 0 @ 0 p ~ n e ~ P i lAOKyMeHTOB O Pi 3a o 6 p a w e ~ ~ iC e K O H $ P ~ A ~ H U ~ ~ ~ M J IH ~ H $ oOP~M~ ~ L ~ M C ~ OCTOPOXHOCTblO ~? I4 6naropa3yMneM.

Responsibilities of the verification team

3.15.1 Whether the verifications involved with certification are performed by a team o r not, one person should be in charge of the verification. The leader should be given the authority to make final decisions regarding the conduct of the verification and any observations. His responsibilities should include:

1 preparation of a plan for the verification; and .2 submission of the report of the verification. 3.15.2 Personnel participating in the verification are responsible for complying with t h e requirements governing t h e verification, ensuring confidentiality of documents pertaining t o the certification and treating privileged information with discretion.

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APPENDIX T P E E O B A H M 2 I l O OPrAHM3AqMEI O @ O P M n E H M S AOKYMEHTOB IIO M K Y 6

STANDARDS O N I S M C O D E CERTIFICATION ARRANGEMENTS

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INTRODUCTION The audit team, involved with ISM Code certification, and the organization under which it may be managed, should comply with the specific requirements stated in this Appendix. 2

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2 STANDARD O F M A N A G E M E N T 2.1 Organizations managing verification of compliance with the ISM Code should have, in their own organization, competence in relation to:


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ensuring compliance with the rules and regulations including certification of seafarers, for the ships operated by the Company;

.2 approval, survey and certification activities; .3 Tex AOnXHOCTHbIX O ~ R ~ ~ H H O MC ~T O~ J~I H ~ O M O YM Ea I ~ ~ , KOTOpbIe, B paMKaX CMCTeMbI YrIpaBneHMR 6 e 3 o n a c ~ o c ~ b m o, 6 p a w a e ~BHI?MaHI?e MKY 6; 2.2 K O H B ~ H U M T pRe 6 y e ~ , q ~ 0 6 b 1OPTaHI?3allMI?, npH3HaHHbIe A ~ M M H M C T P ~ U nnR HRM BbraasI? H J o ~ y ~ e i i m oa coomsemcmsuu EI Ceudemenbcmea 06 ynpasneiiuu 6e30naciiocmb~,no nopyveamo & M M H M C T P ~ UAOJIXHbI M ~ ~ , BbIIIOnHIITb IIOJIOXeHMR Pe30JIIOUMM A.739(18) ~ { P ~ K O B O ~ no CTB sbrnase O n o n ~ o ~ o s o~p rAa e x s a UMIIM, A ~ ~ ~ C T B Y I O U H MnO IIOPYYeHHIO & M M H M C T ~ ~ U I ? ~ )I?> A.789(19) c ~ C n e u ~ n@ o ~ aY H K U W R M~ P M ~ H ~ H H opraHwL I X 3a~EIfi,f l e f i ~ T ~ y ~ oOT ~ IMMeHI? ?x & M I ? H M C T P ~ U M ~ ~ B OTHOLUeHEIEI OCBHAeTenbCTBOBaHMII M O$OPMJICHEIR CBMAeTelIbCTB*.

.3 the terms of reference that must be taken into account under the Safety Management System as required by the ISM Code; and .4 practical experience of ship operation. 2.2 The Convention requires that organizations recognized by Administrations for issuing Document of Compliance and Safety Management Certificate at their request should comply with resolution A.739(18) - *Guidelines for the authorization of organizations acting on behalf of the Administrationa and A.789(19) rspecifications on the survey and certification functions of recognized organizations acting on behalf of the Administratiom.

2.3 Any organization performing verification of compliance with the provisions of the ISM Code should ensure that there exists independence between the personnel providing consultancy services and those involved in the certification procedure. 3 STANDARDS O F C O M P E T E N C E

3.1 ISM Code certification scheme management Management of ISM Code certification schemes should be carried out by those who have practical knowledge of ISM Code certification procedures and practices.

3.2 Basic competence for performing verification , B nposepKe cooTBeTcTBm ~ p e 6 o ~ a 3.2.1 J l ~ u a yzracTnymwae M K Y 6 , A O J I X H b I MMeTb, KaK MMHMMYM, IIpH3HaHHOe o 6 p a 3 o ~ a ~ 1 ?BKnmqamuee e, cnenymuee: nOJIyseHHyIO B T ~ ~ T ~ ~ ~ yC ~K lOe M6 ~ 0 ~ .1 ~nanr?@EI~auI?m, 3aBeAeHMM, IIPM3HaHHOM A A M W A M C T P ~HJIM U I ? 0~ ~~ 0~ 6 PeHffOM T I ~ M ~ H ~ H H OB ~ npeAenaX ~ , C O O T B ~ T C T B ~ I ~ ~ U ~ ~ ~ 06nacrn MHXeHepHbIX MnM $ M ~ M L I C C K M X HayK, OpTaHM3ii~EIea( K ~ MKM H M M Y M , ABa rOna 0 6 y q e ~ ~ MJIH ~); HMIIM

3.2.1 Personnel who are t o participate i n the verification of compliance with the requirements of the ISM Code should have a minimum of formal education comprising the following: I qualifications from a tertiary institution recognized by the Administration or by the recognized organization within a relevant field of engineering o r physical science (minimum two years programme); or


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qualifications from a marine or nautical institution and relevant sea-going experience as a certified ship officer.

3.2.2 They should have undergone training to ensure adequate competence and skills for performing verification of compliance with the requirements of the ISM Code, particularly with regard to:

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knowledge and understanding of the ISM Code; . 2 mandatory rules and regulations; . 3 the terms of reference which the ISM Code requires that Companies should take into account; . 4 assessment techniques of examining, questioning, evaluating and reporting;

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.7 participation in at least one marine related management system audit 3.2.3 Such competence should be demonstrated through written o r oral examinations, or other acceptable means.

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3.3.1 In order to assess fully whether the Company o r the ship complies with the requirements of the ISM Code, in addition to the basic competence stated under 3.2 above, personnel who are t o perform initial verifications o r renewal verifications for a Document of Compliance or Safety Management Certificate, must possess the competence to: determine whether the Safety Management System elements conform o r do not conform with the requirements of the ISM Code; .2 determine the effectiveness of the Company's Safety Management System, or that of the ship, to ensure compliance with rules and regulations as evidenced by .I

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the statutory and classification survey records;

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assess the effectiveness of the Safety Management System in ensuring compliance with other rules and regulations which are not covered by statutory and classification surveys and enabling verification of compliance with these rules and regulations; and

assess whether the safe practices recommended by the Organization, Administrations, classification societies and maritime industry organizations have been taken into account. 3.3.2 This competence can be accomplished by teams which together possess the total competence required. .4

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Personnel who are to perform annual, intermediate and interim verifications should satisfy basic requirements for personnel participating in verifications and should have participated in a minimum of two annual, renewal o r initial verifications. They should have received special instructions needed t o ensure that they possess the competence required t o determine the effectiveness of the Company's Safety Management System.


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Изменения в СУБ Текст изменений выделен синим цветом в новой редакции МКУБ: - определение термина "Значительное несоответствие" (п.1.10) - цели СУБ (п.1.2.2.2); - ответственности капитана в отношении периодического пересмотра СУБ (п.5.1.5); - судовые операции (п.7); - готовность к аварийной ситуации (п.8.1); - доклады и анализ о несоответствиях (п.9.2); - техническая эксплуатация и ремонт (п.10.3); - освидетельствование, анализ и оценка, выполняемая компанией (п.12.1, п.12.2); - сертификация и периодическое освидетельствование (п.13.2, п.13.3, п.13.4) - сертификация на временные документы (п.14.4.3)


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IMO DOCUMENTS Resolutions Circulars MEPC MSC

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IMO PUBLICATIONS

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CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

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EUROPEAN UNION

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OTHER PUBLICATIONS

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DVDs/VIDEOS

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IMO MATERIAL ON THE WEBSITE SeaLibrary Online. Maritime Knowledge Centre Catalogues online. http://www.imo.org/InfoResource/mainframe.asp?topic_id=827 ISM Code â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Text http://www.imo.org/HumanElement/mainframe.asp?topic_id=287 ISM Code â&#x20AC;&#x201C; FAQ http://www.imo.org/HumanElement/mainframe.asp?topic_id=485 Safety management. http://www.imo.org/HumanElement/mainframe.asp?topic_id=182 ISM Study questionnaire. Assessment of the impact and effectiveness of the ISM Code http://www.imo.org/HumanElement/mainframe.asp?topic_id=1053

Free IMO Documents ISM Code : Resolution A.741(18) adopted on 4 November 1993. http://www.imo.org/dynamic/OnLineRegistration/FreeText.asp?doc_id=3049 2000 amendments to ISM Code. Resolution MSC.104(73) adopted on 5 December 2000. http://www.imo.org/dynamic/OnLineRegistration/FreeText.asp?doc_id=3050 Revised guidelines on implementation of ISM Code by Administrations. Resolution A.913(22) adopted on 29 November 2001. http://www.imo.org/dynamic/OnLineRegistration/FreeText.asp?doc_id=3051

IMO News Magazine Notices: 1. For a list of articles in the IMO News Magazines on this subject, please refer to the IMO website http://www.imo.org/Newsroom/mainframe.asp?topic_id=11 2.

The IRDs changed the contents in 2008 therefore if you wish to receive an archive copy where you can find a full list of articles in the IMO News Magazine on the subject with links to the IMO Website, please contact maritimeknowledgecentre@imo.org (Please note that the IRDs were last updated in November/December 2007)

Briefings Notices: 1. For a list of Press Briefings on this subject, please refer to the IMO website http://www.imo.org/Newsroom/mainframe.asp?topic_id=5 2. The IRDs changed the contents in 2008 therefore if you wish to receive an archive copy where you can find a full list of Press Briefings on the subject with links to the IMO Website ,please contact maritimeknowledgecentre@imo.org (Please note that the IRDs were last updated in November/December 2007)

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IMO DOCUMENTS* Notices: 1. Please note that only Resolutions, Circulars, Circular Letters, Conferences and Final Reports of the meeting sessions are listed below. For a list of IMO Documents on this subject, please contact maritimeknowledgecentre@imo.org 2. The IRDs changed the contents in 2008 therefore if you wish to receive an archive copy where you can find a full list of IMO Documents on the subject, please contact maritimeknowledgecentre@imo.org (Please note that the IRDs were last updated in November/December 2007)

RESOLUTIONS A.443(XI)

Decisions of the shipmaster with regard to maritime safety and marine environment protection

A.741(18)

International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention (International Safety Management (ISM Code). (Revokes resolution A.680(17))

A.788(19)

Guidelines on implementation of the International Safety Management (ISM Code) by administrations. (Assembly Resolution

A.848(20)

Implementation of the International Safety Management (ISM) 1997

A.852(20)

Guidelines for a structure of an integrated system of contingency planning for shipboard Emergencies

A.880(21)

Implementation of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code by 1 July 2002

A.913(22)

Revised guidelines on implementation of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code by administrations

A.1022(26)

Guidelines on the implementation of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code by administrations

MSC.104(73)

Amendments to the International Safety Management (ISM) Code. Adopted on December 5, 2000.

MSC.273(85)

Adoption of amendments to the International Management Code for the safe operation of ships and for pollution prevention (International Safety management (ISM) Code)

CIRCULARS Circular Letters Circular Letter No. 2625 Assessment of the impact and effectiveness of the ISM Code 2/3/2005

FSI FSI/Circ.9 27/11/2000

List of non-governmental organizations authorized to carry out surveys and issue certificates on behalf of Administrations

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MSC MSC/Circ.693 26/5/1995

Draft amendments to the International Safety Management Code

MSC/Circ.761 11/7/1996

Timely and effective implementation of the ISM Code.

MSC/Circ.762 & MEPC/Circ.312 11/7/1996

Guidance to companies operating multi-flagged fleets and supplementary guidelines to administrations.

MSC/Circ.771 12/12/1996

Implementation of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code.

MSC/Circ.828 & MEPC/Circ.334 07/11/1997

Implementation of the ISM Code and interim documentation

MSC/Circ.881 14/12/1998

Implementation of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code by 1 July 2002 http://www.imo.org/includes/blastData.asp/doc_id=807/881.PDF

MSC/Circ.890 18/12/1998

Interim guidelines for port state control related to the ISM Code http://www.imo.org/includes/blastData.asp/doc_id=817/890.PDF

MSC/Circ.927 21/7/1999

Documents of compliance issued under the provisions of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code. 1999 http://www.imo.org/includes/blastData.asp/doc_id=1069/927.pdf

MSC/Circ.994 MEPC/Circ.381 01/05/2001

The beneficial impact of the ISM Code and its role as an indicator of safe operation and environmental protection http://www.imo.org/includes/blastData.asp/doc_id=1163/994-MEPC-Circ.381.pdf

MSC/Circ.1020 MEPC/Circ.387 21/01/2002

Implementation of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code by 1 July 2002 http://www.imo.org/includes/blastData.asp/doc_id=1841/1020.pdf

MSC/Circ.1059 MEPC/Circ.401

Procedures concerning observed ISM Code major non-conformities http://www.imo.org/includes/blastData.asp/doc_id=2720/1059-MEPC-401.pdf

MSC-MEPC MSC-MEPC.7/Circ. 5 19/10/2007

Guidelines for the operational implementation of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code by companies

MSC-MEPC.7/Circ.6 19/10/2007

Guidance on the qualifications, training and experience necessary for undertaking the role of the designation person under the provisions of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code.

MARINE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION COMMITTEE 48th Session (7 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11 October 2002) Summary Reports: MEPC 48/21

Report of the Marine Environment Protection Committee on its 48th Session

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56th Session (9 – 13 July 2007) Summary Reports: Report of the Marine Environment Protection Committee on its 56th Session

MEPC 56/23

MARITIME SAFETY COMMITTEE 75th Session (15 – 24 May 2002) Summary Reports: http://www.imo.org/Newsroom/mainframe.asp?topic_id=110&doc_id=2161 MSC 75/24

Report of the Maritime Safety Committee on its 75th Session (Annex 28 – Draft MSC/MEPC Circular on procedures concerning observed ISM Code major nonConformities

76th Session (2-13 December 2002) No Documents issued on the subject

77th Session (28 May 6 June 2003) Summary Reports: http://www.imo.org/Newsroom/mainframe.asp?topic_id=110&doc_id=2795 MSC 77/26

Report of the Maritime Safety Committee on its 76th Session

78th Session (12 – 21 May 2004) No Documents issued on the subject

79th Session (1 – 10 December 2004) Summary Reports: http://www.imo.org/Newsroom/mainframe.asp?topic_id=110&doc_id=3665 MSC 79/23

Report of the Maritime Safety Committee on its 79th Session

80th Session (11 – 20 May 2005) Summary Reports: http://www.imo.org/Newsroom/mainframe.asp?topic_id=110&doc_id=4834 MSC 80/24

Report of the Maritime Safety Committee on its 80th Session

81st Session (10 – 19 May 2006) Summary Reports: http://www.imo.org/Newsroom/mainframe.asp?topic_id=110&doc_id=6208 MSC 81/25

Report of the Maritime Safety Committee on its 81st Session

82nd Session (29 November – 8 December 2006) Summary Reports: http://www.imo.org/Newsroom/mainframe.asp?topic_id=110&doc_id=6677 MSC 82/24

Report of the Maritime Safety Committee on its 82nd Session

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83rd Session (3-12 October 2008) Summary Reports: http://www.imo.org/Newsroom/mainframe.asp?topic_id=110&doc_id=7542 MSC 83/28

Report of the Maritime Safety Committee on its 83rd Session

84th Session (7 – 16 May 2008) Summary Reports: http://www.imo.org/Newsroom/mainframe.asp?topic_id=110&doc_id=8872

MSC 84/24

Report of the Maritime Safety Committee on its 84th Session (Annex 20 – Draft amendments to the International Safety Management (ISM) Code)

85th Session (26 November – 5 December 2008) Summary Reports: http://www.imo.org/Newsroom/mainframe.asp?topic_id=110&doc_id=10351 MSC 85/26

Report of the Maritime Safety Committee on its 85th Session (Annex 8 – resolution MSC.273(085) - Adoption of amendments to the International Management Code for the safe operation of ships and for pollution prevention (International Safety management (ISM) Code)

86th Session (27 May – 5 June 2009) Summary Reports: http://www.imo.org/Newsroom/mainframe.asp?topic_id=110&doc_id=10620 MSC 86/26

Report of the Maritime Safety Committee on its 86th Session

IMO PUBLICATIONS Abbreviations : A : Arabic; C : Chinese; E : English; F : French; R : Russian; S: Spanish - ISM Code (International Safety Management Code) and revised guidelines on implementation of the ISM Code. 2010 edition (IMO-IB117E). Language(s) : E. - ISM Code : National Seminar and workshop the ISM Code - Turkey (14-18 October 2002 : Izmir) . London : IMO, 2002 - ISM Code : Report on the ISM Code auditing regional training course - People's Republic of China (18-22 November 2002 : Guangzhou) . London : IMO, 2002 - Regional seminar and workshop on the ISM Code (Auditing) - Cyprus. (17-21 February 2003, Limassol). London, IMO, 2003 - ISM Code: Report : regional training course on ISM Code auditing. (Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, 20 to 24 November 2006). IMO, London, 2006 Study on the impact of the ISM Code and its effectiveness in the enhancement of safety of life at sea and protection of the marine environment. London, IMO, 2006. (MSC 81/17/1)

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CONFERENCE PAPERS BASSIOUNI, A.Y. – The impact of ISM Code on marine oil spills – Empirical study. In: King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Proceedings of the symposium Maritime Disaster Management, Dhahra, Saudi Arabia, 19-23 January 2003, pp 103-116. BOSE, I.N. – International standard safety management and operation of ships : ISM Code. In: Institution of Engineers (India), 10th National Convention of marine engineers and all India Seminar on emerging trends and technologies in the maritime industry. (Mumbai, 6-7 June 1996), Mumbai, Institution of Engineers, 1996, pp 123-130 BOURNE, R. - The International Safety Management Code : The importance placed upon it by Lloyd's Register. In: Nautical Institute. Forth and West of Scotland Branches Marine safety management - International conference and exhibition (29-30 March 1995 : Glasgow). London : The Nautical Institute, 1995 BOTTERILL, G.J - Quality and safety management in shipping, ISO 9002 including the mandatory IMO's ISM Code. In: Zhao, J. (Eds. et al) Maritime collision and prevention - Proceedings of the Hill Taylor Dickinson Seminar - China (21 September 1996 and the International Conference on Preventing Collision at sea : Dalian). Epsom (Surrey) : Chiavari Publishing, 1996, pp 369-378 - The ISM Code : An independent view. Paper delivered at the IMarEST Conference, 13-14 May 2002. East Yorkshire, Ferriby Marine, 2002. (http://www.ferriby-marine.com ) - ISM : An independent view. In: Lloyd's Ship Manager (LSM) The 1st LSM manning and training in China - - China (29-30 October 2002 : Shanghai). London : Lloyd's List Events, 2002 BROMBY, M. - Ensuring compliance with the IMO's Code and its place within quality management systems. In: IIR Ltd. Cost-effectively implementing quality management systems in shipping to meet and exceed the latest marine safety and quality standards - An intensive two-day International Forum (27-28 March 1995 : London). London : IIR Ltd., 1995 CHAUVEL, A-M / BUREAU VERITAS - Links between the ISM Code and ISO 9002 standard. In: IBC Legal Studies and Services Ltd Achieving safety at sea : Practical strategies for implementing the ISM Code - Conference (14-15 October1996 : London). London : IBC Legal Studies and Services Ltd, 1996 CLARKSON, J.S. - ISM Code : Implementation through innovation and practical experience. In: Institute for Ship Operations, Sea Transport and Simulation (ISSUS) SMT 99 : International Congress : Ship and Maritime Transport 99 - (28-29, 1999 : Hamburg). Hamburg : ISSUS, 1999 CLIPSHAM, R. / INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF SHIPMASTERS' ASSOCIATIONS (IFSMA) - Implementing and operating marine safety management systems to meet and exceed the ISM Code : "How are we going to ensure world wide standards and credibility" : Paper delivered at a meeting in London, March 25-26 March 1996. London : IFSMA, 1996 COOPER, G.B. - ISM Code / Flag state responsibility - The Liberian experience. In: IBC Legal Studies and Services Ltd Achieving safety at sea : Practical strategies for implementing the ISM Code - Conference ( 14-15 October 1996 : London). London : IBC Legal Studies and Services Ltd, 1996 CORSE, J.H. - Examining aspects of the ISM Code. In: IIR Ltd Developing, implementing and auditing marine safety systems to ensure compliance with the ISM Code - Conference (10-11 March 1997 : London). London : IIR Ltd, 1997 COWLEY, J. - The concept of the ISM Code. In: The Institute of Marine Engineers (IMarE) IMAS 95 - The Institute of Marine Engineers conference proceedings on management and operation of ships : Practical techniques for today and tomorrow (24-25 May 1995 : London). London : IMarE, 1995, pp 3-37

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CUBBIN, A. - Implementing the ISM Code : The port state perspective

In: DMG Business Media; Safety at Sea and Marine Electronics Exhibition and Conferences, Sasmex 1998. -- Redhill (Surrey) : DMG Business Media, 1998 (Paper 3 - Day 1) - ISM : A year downstream. In : IBC UK Conferences Ltd Ship management forum 1999 : Achieving safe and efficient ship operations. (London – 25-26 March 1999) DAUWE, M. - Analysis of the influence of the ISM Code in the shipping business after two years of its entry into force. In: Universidad Marítima del Caribe Nuevo paradigma de la seguridad marítima - 1er Seminario Internacional (2001 : . Caracas : Universidad Marítima del Caribe, 2001, pp 115-126 DELLA GATTA, P. – Port state control and implementation of ISM and STCW 95 : The view of an operator. In : Registro Italiano Navale (RINA) – International Seminar on port state control and implementation of ISM and STCW 95. (Roma, 10 June 1998) pp 55-61 . Genova, RINA, 1998 DOMBEY, P. – How ship managers and owner can benefit from the ISM Code. In: Institute of Marine Engineers (IMARE) (Singapore Branch) and Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (Singapore), 2nd International Conference and Exhibition on maritime technology “Innovations in safety and environmental protection”. (Singapore, 15-18 November 1995). London, IMARE, 1995 EDWARDS, K. / CHANNEL ISLAND SHIP MANAGEMENT LTD - The International Safety Management Code : Documentation and process control. In: IBC Legal Studies and Services Ltd Achieving safety at sea : Practical strategies for implementing the ISM Code - Conference (14-15 October 1996 : London). London : IBC Legal Studies and Services Ltd, 1996 EVANS, E.C. – Experience and expectations of the ISM Code and other legislation : A shipmaster’s point of view : Paper delivered at the Registro Italiano Navale (RINA) International Symposium, Rome, October 9th , 2000). Genova, RINA, 2000. GOLD, E. / AUSTRALIAN MARINE PILOTS ASSOCIATION (AMPA) - The ISM Code and the STCW revisions : Lessons in corporate responsibility? : Paper delivered at the Australian Marine Pilots Association (AMPA) conference, March 11th, 1998. GRAY, J. - Setting up the safety management system. In: IBC UK Conference Ltd Port state control : Managing safety

and quality in shipping - Conference (2-3 December 1998 : London). London : IBC UK Conference Ltd, 1998 - Understanding the practicalities of the IMO's ISM Code and how it will affect your future ship management. In: IIR Ltd Successfully implementing and operating marine safety management systems to meet and exceed the ISM Code International Conference (31 May - 1 June 1995 : London). London : IIR Ltd, 1995 GU, W. / WANG, J. - The assessment and evaluation of the ISM Code. In: Zhao, J. (Eds. et al) Maritime collision and prevention - Proceedings of the Hill Taylor Dickinson Seminar - China (21 September 1996 and the International Conference on Preventing Collision at sea : Dalian). Epsom (Surrey) : Chiavari Publishing, 1996, pp 362-368 HELLENIC CHAMBER OF SHIPPING - Seminar on Implementation of the ISM Code (Development and Implementation of the ISM Code). Some papers are reproduced in the English Supplement to the Hellenic Chamber of Shipping Review, no 145, pp 79-132 HUNTER, J.A.D. - The International Safety Management Code : Shipowners' perspective of its development : A success or a failure? In: Institute of Marine Engineers/Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) New safety culture : Conference Proceedings. London : The Institute of Marine Engineers, 1998, pp 3-7 (Part II)

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HUTTON, H.M. - ISM Code : Company-wide commitment required. In: ; American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) Safer ships competent crews - International Conference (24-25 October 1996 : Halifax, Nova Scotia). New York : ABS, 1997, pp 65-70 IBC LEGAL STUDIES AND SERVICES LTD - Achieving safety at sea : Practical strategies for implementing the ISM Code - Conference (14-15 October 1996 : London) . London : IBC Legal Studies and Services Ltd, 1996 INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH (I RR) - Developing, Implementing and Auditing Marine Safety Management Systems to ensure compliance with the ISM Code. Proceedings of a Conference held at The Forum Hotel, 10th and 11th March 1997. London, IRR Ltd, 1997 INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH (I RR) - Beyond ISM : Putting your marine safety management system into practice - Conference (24-25 June 1998 : London) . -- London : IIR Ltd, 1998 INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH (I RR) - International Safety Management Code – Conference (24-26 April 1995 : London). London, IIR Ltd, 1995. JARASHOW, R.L. - Is the ISM Code a saviour, a nightmare, neither or both? : Speech delivered at the Liberian Shipowners Council meeting in London, October 17, 1996. - New York : Watson, Farley and Williams, 1996 KLUJ, S. - Engine room simulators and ISM implementation. In: Institute for Ship Operations, Sea Transport and Simulation (ISSUS) SMT 99 : International Congress : Ship and Maritime Transport 99 - (28-29, 1999 : Hamburg). Hamburg : ISSUS, 1999 KOCH, E. - The expectations of shipmanagers from flag states in relation to the 1995 amendments to the STCW convention and the ISM Code In: Ministry of Communications and Work (Cyprus) - Maritime Cyprus Conference, (Limassol, 1997). Limassol, Ministry of Communications and Works, 1997. LINDVALL, C. - Is the ISM Code a friend to the shipmaster?. In: Nautical Institute For operators, ship captains and those aspiring to command - The International Command Seminar (10-11 May 1995 : London). London : The Nautical Institute, 1995, pp 58-63 LLOYD'S SHIP MANAGER (LSM) - Ship management in a change global market - The International Ship Management Conference (19-20 September 1994 : Limassol) . London : Lloyd's of London Press, 1994 MANDARAKA-SHEPPARD, A. - Reflecting on the ISM Code : Do judicial or legislative processes reinforce the original objectives of the Code?. In: Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMARE) Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) ISM Code : Making it really work - Conference (13-14 May 2002 : London). London: IMARE, 2002 MARSHALL, M. -Port state control, ISM and insurance. In: IBC UK Conferences Port state control : Managing safety and quality in shipping - (10-11 July 2000 : London). London : IBC UK Conferences Ltd, 2000 MASUDA, M. - THe ISM Code's contribution to improved safety. In: Korea Maritime Dangerous Goods Inspection Center (KOMDIC) ISTGD : International Symposium on the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Sea and Inland Waterways - Proceedings (13th : 26-28 October 1998 : Seoul). Seoul : KOMDIC, 1998, pp 267-275 MAVROMATAKIS, E.J. - ISM Code : Is it different from an offshore safety case?. In: Institute of Marine Engineering Safe and efficient ships : New approaches for design operation and maintenance - ICMES 96 : International Conference on Marine Engineering Systems (13-14 June 1996 : . London : The Institute of Marine Engineers, 1996, pp 47-55 MCGUIRE, G. - Quality and the ISM Code : The common foundation. In: Nautical Institute. Forth and West of Scotland Branches Marine safety management - International conference and exhibition (29-30 March 1995 : Glasgow). London : The Nautical Institute, 1995 MEJIA, M. – Performance criteria for the International Safety Management (ISM) Code : In: International Association of Maritime Universities (IAMU) IAMU 2001 Proceedings (2nd General Assembly) (Kobe, 2-5 October 2001).Kobe, Kobe

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University of Mercantile Marine, 2001, pp 109-116 MIKELIS, N. - The code in practice : A shipowners view. In: Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMARE) Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) ISM Code : Making it really work - Conference (13-14 May 2002 : London). London : IMARE, 2002 MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND WORK (Cyprus) - Maritime Cyprus Conference (Limassol, 1997). Limassol, Ministry of Communications and Works, 1997. MITROPOULOS, E. E. (Director, Maritime Safety Division, IMO) - Development and Implementation of the ISM Code. Hellenic Chamber of Shipping Review no 145, 1997, English Supplement, pp 83-89 OKAMURA, B. – International Safety Management Code, the latest developments. In :Institute for International Research (IIR) : International Safety Management Code Conference (April 1995 :London). London, IIR Ltd, 1995. OLSEN, O. - The implementation and training requirements of the ISM Code. In: Nautical Institute. Forth and West of Scotland Branches Marine safety management - International conference and exhibition (29-30 March 1995 : Glasgow). London : The Nautical Institute, 1995 PARKER, J. – The ISM Code in perspective. In: International Trade Publications, SASMEX International ’96. (Brighton, UK, 30 April – 1 May 1996) Day 1, Paper 2. PAYER, H.G. - The ISM Code and the 1995 amendments to the STCW Convention : The role of the auditing body In: Ministry of Communications and Work (Cyprus) - Maritime Cyprus Conference, (Limassol, 1997). Limassol, Ministry of Communications and Works, 1997. PRYKE, N. Preparing for the ISM Code : The ship operator’s view. In: IIR Ltd, Prevent disaster and maximise environmental protection by optimising ship safety Conference, London, 22-23 March 1994. London, IIR Ltd, 1994. PRZYBYLOWSKI, A. – International maritime environmental and safety legislation : A case study of implementation of the ISM Code in Gdynia Maritime University. In: International Association of Maritime Universities (IAMU), Annual General Assembly, No. 4, 2004. Tokyo, IAMU, 2005, pp 60-67 RASMUSSEN, J. – Preparing to meet the IMO’s International Safety Management (ISM) Code . In: IIR Ltd, Prevent disaster and maximise environmental protection by optimising ship safety Conference, London, 22-23 March 1994. London, IIR Ltd, 1994. REGISTRO ITALIANO NAVALE (RINA) - International seminar on port state control and implementation of ISM and STCW 95 (10 June 1998 : Rome). Genova, RINA, 1998 SECRETARIAT OF THE PACIFIC COMMUNITY – Seminar on the International Ship Management (ISM) Code, Safe Ship Management (SSM) and Safe Operating Practices (SOP) systems for ships. (Nadi, Fiji Islands, 25-27 February 2002). Suva, Secretariat of the Pacific Community, Fiji Islands, 2002. (ISBN 982-203-894-1). SEKIMIZU, K. - ISM Code : Making it really work. In: Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMARE) Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) ISM Code : Making it really work - Conference (13-14 May 2002 : London). London : IMARE, 2002 SERGHIOU, S. - Compliance with the ISM Code. In: Lloyd's Ship Manager (LSM) Ship management in a changing global market - The International Ship Management Conference - Cyprus (5th : 19-20 September 1994 : Limassol). London : Lloyd's of London Press, 1994 SHIELDS, P. - Requirements under the ISM Code. In: Nautical Institute The mariner and the maritime law : Seminar 7 Pollution - (15-16 November 1996 : . London : The Nautical Institute, 1996, pp 93-100 SCHULTE-STRATHAUS, R. - Improving safety through the implementation of the ISM Code. In: Institute for Ship Operations, Sea Transport and Simulation (ISSUS) SMT 99 : International Congress : Ship and Maritime Transport 99 - (28-29, 1999 : Hamburg). Hamburg : ISSUS, 1999

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SICCARDI, F. – ISM Code : The legal implication. In : Registro Italiano Navale (RINA) – International Seminar on port state control and implementation of ISM and STCW 95. (Roma, 10 June 1998) pp 71-81 . Genova, RINA, 1998 SONCINI, G. - PMS (Planned Maintenance System) on ships : Dream or reality?. In: Institute of Marine Engineering Safe and efficient ships : New approaches for design operation and maintenance - ICMES 96 : International Conference on Marine Engineering Systems (13-14 June 1996 : . London : The Institute of Marine Engineers, 1996, pp 105-109 STERRETT, D.J. - The importance of the IMO International Safety Management (ISM) Code. In: Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) "Ships of shame" : What can be done? - Conference (20-21 September 1993 : Newcastle). Canberra : Australian Government Publishing Service, 1993 STONELEY, J. - Shipowners' view of port state control and impact of ISM Code. In: IBC UK Conference Ltd Port state control : Managing safety and quality in shipping - Conference (2-3 December 1998 : London). London : IBC UK Conference Ltd, 1998 TRAVES-TAYLOR, .M. - Implementing the ISM Code : An effective response for shore management and sea staff. In: Nautical Institute The International command seminar - (21-22 May 1997 : London). London : The Nautical Institute, 1997, pp 19-25 VESSEY, A. - The IMO's ISM Code and it's related relationship with ISO 9002, together with essential advice on maintaining a quality/safety management system. In: IIR Ltd. Cost-effectively implementing quality management systems in shipping to meet and exceed the latest marine safety and quality standards : An intensive two-day International Forum (27-28 March 1995 : London). London : IIR Ltd., 1995 WILLIAMS, P.J.- The implications of the ISM Code to the packaged dangerous goods transport by sea. In: Korea Maritime Dangerous Goods Inspection Center (KOMDIC) ISTGD : International Symposium on the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Sea and Inland Waterways - Proceedings (13th : 26-28 October 1998 : Seoul). Seoul : KOMDIC, 1998, pp 117-122 WITHINGTON, J.S. - ISM : What has been learned from marine accident investigation?. In: Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMARE) Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) ISM Code : Making it really work - Conference (13-14 May 2002 : London). London : IMARE, 2002 WOININ, P. - ISM Code : Identifying and reporting risks. In: International Federation of Shipmasters'

Association (IFSMA) Unity for Safety at Sea - Annual General Assembly (23rd : 23-24 May 1997 : London). London : IFSMA, 1997, Agenda Item 18 WORLD MARITIME UNIVERSITY (WMU) – CDG/WMU follow-up seminar for WMU graduates on ISM Code : Maritime safety management systems and compliance. (Malmö - 7-12 December, 1998). Malmö, WMU, 1998 ZHANG, B. - ISM Code in China. In: Zhao, J. (Eds. et al) Maritime collision and prevention : Vol. 1 - Proceedings of the Hill Taylor Dickinson Seminar - China (21 September 1996 and the International Conference on Preventing Collision at sea : Dalian). Epsom (Surrey) : Chiavari Publishing, 1996, pp355-362

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EUROPEAN UNION COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES - Commission Regulation (EC) No. 179/98 of 23 January 1998 amending Council Regulation (EC) No. 3051/95 on the safety management of roll-on/roll-off passenger ferries (ro-ro ferries) In: OJ Vol. 41/No. L 19, 24 Jan 1998, pp 35-46 - Commission staff working document – For the Council Shipping Working Party IMO – European Commission position to be adopted by the Council on maritime safety issues for the 84th session of the Maritime Safety Committee (MSC 84) meeting in London, from 7-16 May 2008 concerning improvements to the effective implementation of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code (SEC/2008/0224 final). Brussels, 14 February 2008 http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=CELEX:52008SC0224:EN:HTML - Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament pursuant to the second subparagraph of Article 251 (2) of the EC Treaty concerning the common position of the Council on the adoption of a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on the implementation of the International safety Management (ISM) Code within the Community. Brussels, 23 August 2005. (COM(2005) 379 Final) (2003/0291 (COD)) http://eurlex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=COM:2005:0379:FIN:EN:PDF - Commission Regulation (EC) No. 540/2008 of 16 June 2008 amending Annex II to Regulation (EC) No. 336/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the implementation of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code within the Community, as regards format of forms. In: Official Journal of the European Union, L 157^bpp 15-22 http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2008:157:0015:0022:EN:PDF COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION - Council Regulation (EC) No 3051/95 of 8 December 1995 on the safety management of roll-on/roll-off passenger ferries (ro-ro ferries). Official Journal of the European Communities, No L 320, 30.12. 1995, pp 14-24 COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION - Proposal for a Council Directive on manning conditions for regular passenger and ferry services operating between Member States (98/C 213/10) In: OJ Vol. 41/No. C 213, 9 Jul 1998, pp 17-20 EUROPEAN COMMISSION. (Directorate General for Transport) - Study on the maritime professions in the European Union : Final report. -- London : TecnEcon, 1996 EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION- Regulation (EC) No. 336/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 February 2006 on the implementation of the International Safety Management Code within the Community and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No. 3051/95. In, Official Journal of the European Union, L 64, pp 1-36, 4 March 2006. http://europa.eu.int/eurlex/lex/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2006:064:0001:0036:EN:PDF EUROPEAN UNION – Maritime safety http://europa.eu.int/scadplus/leg/en/lvb/l24062.htm

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OTHER PUBLICATIONS AMERICAN BUREAU OF SHIPPING (ABS ). - ABS Marine Services Marine management and ship operation guideline ISO 9002/ISM Code : Management systems - Guideline for marine management and ship operation based on the requirements of ISO 9002 and the International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention (ISM Code). London : ABS Marine Services, 1994 ANDERSON, P. - ISM Code : A practical guide to the legal and insurance implications. 2nd ed. London, Lloyd's of London Press, 2005. (ISBN 1-84311-471-2)

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- The mariner’s role in collecting evidence in light of ISM. 3rd ed. London, The Nautical Institute, 2006 (ISBN 1-870077-768) ANDERSON, P. / WRIGHT, J. / NICHOLLS, S./ NOONAN, S. – Cracking the code : The relevance of the ISM Code and its impact on shipping practices. London, Nautical Institute, 2003 (ISBN 1-8700-77-63-6) BALTIC AND INTERNATIONAL MARITIME COUNCIL (BIMCO) - The ISM Code implementation in practice: Residential course in Copenhagen 18-22 September 1995. Copenhagen : BIMCO, 1995 - STCW 95 - Practic al considerations : A BIMCO workshop - Residential course in Copenhagen (15-17 June 1998) Copenhagen, BIMCO, 1998 - ISM Code : The final phase : Residential course in Copenhagen 31 Jan. - 3 Feb. 2000. Bagsvaerd : BIMCO Publications A/S, 2000 (BIMCO SHIPPING COURSES) BELL, D. – ISM Code implementation and its link with the STCW 95 Convention. In: Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO), BIMCO Review 1998, pp 59-64. London, Stroudgate Plc, 1999. BOTTERILL, G.J. - Training sea and shore staff to meet the requirements of the ISM Code. In: Nautical Institute,

World Maritime University (WMU) : Maritime training education and training : A practical guide. London : The Nautical Institute, 1997, pp 286-291 BUREAU VERITAS - ISM Code certification scheme. Paris : Bureau Veritas, 1995 - La Maîtrise du Code International de Gestion de la Sécurité (Code ISM) : Colloque organisé par: Institut Méditerranéen des Transports Maritimes et Bureau Veritas, Marseille, le 21 mars 1995. Paris : Bureau Veritas, 1995. CHATTERJEE, A. – Auditing the ISM. A guide for ISM auditors. 2nd ed. Mumbai, The Institute of Marine Engineers, 2006 (ISBN 81-902330-3-3) CHAUVEL, A-M - Managing safety and quality in shipping : The key to success : A guide to ISM, ISO 9002, TQM. London : The Nautical Institute, 1997 (ISBN : 1-870077-407) CHOWDHURY, F.R. - The link between ISM and STCW In: The Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO) - ISM Code : The final phase : Residential course in Copenhagen 31 January - 3 February 2000. Bagsvaerd : BIMCO Paper 5 CYPRUS MARINE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION ASSOCIATION (CYMEPA) - A 10 minute guide on the IMO's ISM Code. Limassol : CYMEPA, 1995 DEBOER, A. - "From auntie bloomer to a Dutch uncle" : The function of the ISM Code and ISO 9002 looked at : Dissertation, 1996 DREWRY SHIPPING CONSULTANTS - Cost of quality in shipping : The financial implication of the current regulatory environment. London : Drewry Shipping Consultants, 1998 EDELMAN, P.S. - The "ISM" safety code and the liability of shipowners : Paper extracted from the New York Law Journal, September 29, 1998, 1998 FARTHING, B. - The ISM Code : A leap forward or a return to old standards. In: Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO) BIMCO Review 1997. London : BIMCO, 1997, pp 93-95 GULDENSCHUH, C.F. – The port state’s role in ensuring the ISM Code. In: Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO), BIMCO Review 1998, pp 28-30. London, Stroudgate Plc, 1999. HENDERSON, P. - The ISM Code puts more responsibility on shipmanagers. In: Lloyd's of London Press (LLP) nautical year book 1998. London : LLP, 1998, pp 65-67

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HILTON, C.J. - The legal implications of the code In: The Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO) ISM Code : The final phase : Residential course in Copenhagen 31 January - 3 February 2000. Bagsvaerd : BIMCO Paper 13 IMO Seminar on implementation of the ISM Code. In:

Hellenic Chamber of Shipping Review Vol. 145, 1997, pp 79-98

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CLASSIFICATION SOCIETIES (IACS) - Guidance for IACS auditors to the ISM Code. London : IACS, 1996 - Interpretation of the International Management Code for the Safe Operations of Ships and for Pollution Prevention (ISM Code), adopted by IMO Resolution A.741(18). London : IACS, 1995 - Procedural guidelines for ISM Code Certification. 3rd ed.. London : IACS, 1995 - Guidance for IACS Auditors to the ISM Code. London, IACS, 1995 -IACS procedural requirements for ISM Code Certification. Rev.6 (2000). Effective 01/02/2001. http://www.iacs.org.uk - ISM Code certification. In: International Association of Classification Societies : The IACS briefings 1996-1998. London IACS, 1999 - IACS white list : Certificates issued, listed by flag state (as at 31 December 2000). (http://www.iacs.org.uk) - Fairplay/IACS White List Database

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- Synopsis of the IACS Model Course for Training ISM Code Auditors. London, IACS, 1995 INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT TANKER OWNERS (INTERTANKO) - Legal implications of the ISM Code. Oslo : Intertanko, 1996 INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER OF SHIPPING (ICS) - Assessment and Development of Safety Management Systems. Part I : Assessment Checklist; Part II : Example Documentation. (2 vols.) London, ICS - International Safety Management (ISM) Code : Assessment and development of safety management systems. London : ICS, 1997. INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER OF SHIPPING (ICS) / INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING FEDERATION (ISF) - Guidelines on the application of the IMO International Safety Management Code. 3rd ed.. London : ICS/ISF, 1996 INTERNATIONAL REGISTER OF CERTIFIED AUDITORS (IRCA) - Registration criteria for the auditing maritime safety management systems : Training course. London : IRCA, 1996 KIDMAN, P. & ANDERSON, P. – A seafarers guide to ISM Newscastle upon Tyne, North of England P&I Association (NEP&I), 2002. (ISBN 0-95420122-1) – A seafarers guide to ISM : What have the World Cup and ISM got in common? England P&I Association (NEP&I), 2002. (ISBN 0-9542012-1-3)

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LEVY, H. - The effects of the code on P & I insurance In: The Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO) ISM Code : The final phase : Residential course in Copenhagen 31 January - 3 February 2000. Bagsvaerd : BIMCO Paper 14 MARINE SAFETY AGENCY (MSA) (UK) - International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention (International Safety Management(ISM) Code). Notice to Shipowners, Ship Operators and Managers; Ship's Masters, Ship's Officers and Seamen. London, Marine Safety Agency (Merchant Shipping Notice No. M.1616)

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MATHISON, I. - The ISM Code and the master. In: Nautical Institute London : The Nautical Institute, 2000, pp 33-39

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MEJIA JR., M.Q. – Evaluating the ISM Code using port state control statistics. Licentiate thesis. Lund/Malmö, Lund University/World Maritime University, 2005.(http://www.design.lth.se ) MITROPOULOS, E.E. - A historical background of the code In : The Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO) - ISM Code : The final phase : Residential course in Copenhagen 31 January - 3 February 2000. Bagsvaerd :BIMCO Paper 4 NEMEC, G. – Implications of the ISM Code on shipowners’ liability and insurance cover. In : World Maritime University(WMU) The Alumni Maritime Journal 2001, Malmö, WMU, 2001, pp 93-102 NICHOLLS, S. – Safety management in the offshore industry – a question of belief. In: Anderson, P. (Prof.) – Cracking the code : The relevance of the ISM Code and its impact on shipping practices. London, Nautical Institute, 2003, pp 211227 NOONAN, S. – Implementing the ISM Code in a medium sized fleet. In: Anderson, P. (Prof.) – Cracking the code : The relevance of the ISM Code and its impact on shipping practices. London, Nautical Institute, 2003, pp 277-305 NORWEGIAN SHIPOWNERS’ ASSOCIATION – The International Safety Management Code : A new era for international shipping. 1998. (http://www.rederi.no/en/library/annualreport/1998/02.html) O'NEIL, W. - Implementation in the ISM era. In: Lloyd's of London Press (LLP). Lloyd's Nautical Year Book 1999.

London : LLP, 1998, pp 41-42 OZCAYIR, Z.O. – Port state control. London, Lloyd’s of London Press, 2001 (ISBN 1-85978-485-2) PAMBORIDES, G.P. et al - The ISM Code : Potential legal implications. In: pp 56-62

International Maritime Law No. 2, 1996,

PARIS MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ON PORT STATE CONTROL (MOU) - Paris MOU advisory board announces results on compliance with ISM Code, 1998. PROKALAMOS, A. – ISM Code : A step forward towards safety at sea and pollution prevention? Thesis. Leuven (Belgium), Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, 1999. RODRIGUEZ, J.A. / HUBBARD, M.C. – The International Safety Management (ISM) Code : A new level of uniformity. New Orleans, Fowler, Rodriguez, Kingsmill, Flint, Gray & Chalos, LLP, 2001. (http://www.frclaw.com/publications/publications3.htm ) SAGEN, A. – The ISM Code in practice. Tano Aschehoug, Norway, 1999. (ISBN 82-518-3825-8) SWEDISH CLUB OFFICES – New Swedish Club study confirms ISM’s beneficial impact. In: The Swedish Club Highlights, December 2001. Götheborg, Swedish Club Offices, 2001. (http://www.swedishclub.com) VLACHOS, K. (Senior Commander, Ministry of Mercantile Marine). - ISM Code Implementation - Greek Administration's View. Hellenic Chamber of Shipping Review, Vol. 145, 1997, English Supplement, pp 91-98 WADE, C. – ISM Code : A major boost to marine safety. In: Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO), BIMCO Review 1997, pp 111-115. London, Stroudgate Plc, 1998. WILLINGALE, M . - Ship management. 3rd ed. London, Lloyd's of London Press, 1998. (ISBN 1-85978-835-1) WRIGHT FNI, J. – Making ISM work in practice – the “voyage” to world class business and safety excellence. In: Anderson, P. (Prof.) – Cracking the code : The relevance of the ISM Code and its impact on shipping practices. London, Nautical Institute, 2003, pp 228-276

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DVDs/VIDEOS JOHN SABELLA & ASSOCIATES – International Safety Management (ISM) Code. VHS/NSTC. Seattle (WA), John Sabella & Associates. http://www.johnsabellaa.com LLOYD' S REGISTER OF SHIPPING - The ISM audit : Certification Scheme for Ship Operators. VHS/PAL format. London, Lloyd' s Register of Shipping VIDEOTEL MARINE INTERNATIONAL http://www.videotel.co.uk - The International Safety Management Code. VHS/PAL format, 19 minutes - Making the ISM Code work for you. VHS/PAL WALPORT INTERNATIONAL - The ISM Code : What's it got to do with me?. Format VHS/PAL. London, Walport International, 1996

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ARTICLES FROM THE PRESS Notices: 1.“For a list of articles in the press please refer to the IMO website and SeaLibrary the online catalogue of the Maritime Knowledge Centre using the term(s) : ‘ISM Code, article’ 2. “The IRDs changed the content in 2008 therefore if you wish to receive an archive copy where you can find a full list of articles (Technical and Legal) on the subject, please contact maritimeknowledgecentre@imo.org “ (Please note that the IRDs were last updated in November/December 2007)

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Преамбула 1. Цель данного Кодекса состоит в обеспечении международного стандарта по управлению безопасной эксплуатацией судов и предотвращением загрязнения. 2. Ассамблея приняла резолюцию А.443 (XI), которой она предложила всем правительствам принять необходимые меры для защиты капитана судна в надлежащем выполнении им своих обязанностей в отношении безопасности на море и защиты морской среды. 3. Ассамблея также приняла резолюцию А.680 (17), которой она, далее признала необходимость соответствующей организации управления, которая позволяет отвечать потребности лиц, находящихся на судах, в достижении и поддержании высоких стандартов безопасности и защиты окружающей среды. 4. Признавая, что нет двух один��ковых судоходных компаний или судовладельцев и что суда эксплуатируются в самых различных условиях, Кодекс основывается на общих принципах и целях. 5. Кодекс изложен в общих понятиях, с тем чтобы он смог получить широкое применение. Несомненно, различные уровни управления на берегу или на судне потребуют различных уровней знания изложенных вопросов. 6. Краеугольным камнем хорошего управления безопасностью является приверженность обязанностям членам Компании сверху донизу. В вопросах безопасности и предотвращения загрязнения именно приверженность делу, компетентность и мотивация лиц на всех уровнях определяют конечный результат. Часть А. Внедрение 1. Общие Положения 1.1 Определения К частям А и В настоящего Кодекса применяются следующие определения: 1.1.1 Международный кодекс по управлению безопасностью (МКУБ) означает Международный кодекс по управлению безопасной эксплуатацией судов и предотвращением загрязнения, принятый Ассамблеей с поправками, которые могут быть приняты Организацией. 1.1.2 Компания - собственник судна или любая другая организация или лицо, например, управляющий или фрахтователь по бербоут- чартеру, который принял на себя ответственность за эксплуатацию судна от собственника судна и который при этом согласился принять на себя все обязанности и всю ответственность, возложенные МКУБ. 1.1.3 Администрация означает правительство государства, под флагом которого судно имеет право плавания. 1.1.4 Система управления безопасностью – структуированная и документированная система, позволяющая персоналу Компании эффективно внедрять политику безопасности и охраны окружающей среды. 1.1.5 Документ о соответствии – документ, выдаваемый Компании, отвечающей требованиям настоящего Кодекса. 1.1.6 Свидетельство об управлении безопасностью – документ, выдаваемый на судно, и удостоверяющий что Компания и её управление судном осуществляется в соответствии с одобренной системой управления безопасностью. 1.1.7 Объективное доказательство – количественная или качественная информация, отчётные документы или установленный факт, относящиеся к безопасности или к существующему и внедренному элементу системы управления безопасностью, основанные на наблюдении, измерении или испытании, и которые могут быть проверены. 1.1.8 Наблюдение – установление факта, сделанное в период проведения аудита системы управления и подтвержденное объективным доказательством. 1.1.9 Несоответствие – означает наблюдаемую ситуацию, когда объективное доказательство показывает не выполнение установленного требования. 1.1.10 Значительное несоответствие – означает установленное отклонение, которое представляет серьёзную угрозу для безопасности персонала или серьёзный риск загрязнения окружающей среды, требующее немедленного корректирующего действия, или отсутствие эффективного и систематического выполнения требования настоящего Кодекса. 1.1.11 Ежегодная дата – день и месяц каждого года, которые будут соответствовать дате истечения срока действия соответствующего документа или свидетельства. 1.1.12 Конвенция – Международная конвенция по охране человеческой жизни на море.

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International Safety Management (ISM) Code Preamble 1 The purpose of this Code is to provide an international standard for the safe management and operation of ships and for pollution prevention. 2 The Assembly adopted resolution A.443 (XI), by which it invited all Governments to take the necessary steps to safeguard the shipmaster in the proper discharge of his responsibilities with regard to maritime safety and the protection of the marine environment. 3 The Assembly also adopted resolution A.680 (17), by which it further recognized the need for appropriate organization of management to enable it to respond to the need of those on board ships to achieve and maintain high standards of safety and environmental protection. 4 Recognizing that no two shipping companies or shipowners are the same, and that ships operate under a wide range of different conditions, the Code is based on general principles and objectives. 5 The Code is expressed in broad terms so that it can have a widespread application. Clearly, different levels of management, whether shore-based or at sea, will require varying levels of knowledge and awareness of the items outlined. 6 The cornerstone of good safety management is commitment from the top. In matters of safety and pollution prevention it is the commitment, competence, attitudes and motivation of individuals at all levels that determines the end result. Part A - Implementation 1 General 1.1 Definitions The following definitions apply to parts A and B of this Code. 1.1.1 "International Safety Management (ISM) Code" means the International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention as adopted by the Assembly, as may be amended by the Organization. 1.1.2 "Company" means the owner of the ship or any other organization or person such as the manager, or the bareboat charterer, who has assumed the responsibility for operation of the ship from the shipowner and who, on assuming such responsibility, has agreed to take over all duties and responsibility imposed by the Code. 1.1.3 "Administration" means the Government of the State whose flag the ship is entitled to fly. 1.1.4 "Safety management system" means a structured and documented system enabling Company personnel to implement effectively the Company safety and environmental protection policy. 1.1.5 "Document of Compliance" means a document issued to a Company which complies with the requirements of this Code. 1.1.6 "Safety Management Certificate" means a document issued to a ship which signifies that the Company and its shipboard management operate in accordance with the approved safety management system. 1.1.7 "Objective evidence" means quantitative or qualitative information, records or statements of fact pertaining to safety or to the existence and implementation of a safety management system element, which is based on observation, measurement or test and which can be verified. 1.1.8 "Observation" means a statement of fact made during a safety management audit and substantiated by objective evidence. 1.1.9 "Non-conformity" means an observed situation where objective evidence indicates the non-fulfillment of a specified requirement. 1.1.10 "Major non-conformity" means an identifiable deviation that poses a serious threat to the safety of personnel or the ship or a serious risk to the environment that requires immediate corrective action or the lack of effective and systematic implementation of a requirement of this Code. 1.1.11 "Anniversary date" means the day and month of each year that corresponds to the date of expiry of the relevant document or certificate 1.1.12 "Convention" means the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, as amended.


Международный Кодекс по управлению безопасностью (МКУБ) – версия 01.06.2010 International Safety Management (ISM) Code 1.2 Цели 1.2.1Цели Кодекса - обеспечение безопасности на море, предотвращение несчастных случаев или гибели людей и избежание вреда окружающей среде, в частности морской среде, и имуществу. 1.2.2 Цели Компании по управлению безопасностью должны, помимо прочего: .1 обеспечить безопасную практику эксплуатации судов и безопасную для человека окружающую среду; .2 оценить все идентифицированные риски, связанные с судами, персоналом и окружающей средой и организовать соответствующую защиту от них; .3 постоянно совершенствовать навыки берегового и судового персонала по управлению безопасностью, включая готовность к аварийным ситуациям, относящимся как к безопасности, так и защите окружающей среды. 1.2.3 Система управления безопасностью должна обеспечивать: .1 выполнение обязательных правил и норм; и .2 чтобы применимые кодексы, руководства и стандарты, рекомендованные Организацией, Администрациями, классификационными обществами и организациями морской индустрии принимались во внимание. 1.3 Применение Требования данного Кодекса могут применяться ко всем судам. 1.4 Функциональные требования к системе управления безопасностью Каждая Компания должна разработать, задействовать и поддерживать систему управления безопасностью (СУБ), которая включает следующие функциональные требования: .1 политику в области безопасности и защиты окружающей среды; .2 инструкции и процедуры для обеспечения безопасной эксплуатации судов и защиты окружающей среды, согласно соответствующему международному праву и законодательству государства флага судна; .3 установленный объем полномочий и линии связи между персоналом на берегу и на судне и внутри их; .4 процедуры передачи сообщений об авариях и случаях несоблюдения положений данного Кодекса; .5 процедуры подготовки к аварийным ситуациям и действий в аварийных ситуациях; и .6 процедуры проведения внутренних аудиторских проверок и процедуры пересмотра управления. 2 ПОЛИТИКА В ОБЛАСТИ БЕЗОПАСНОСТИ И ЗАЩИТЫ ОКРУЖАЮЩЕЙ СРЕДЫ 2.1 Компания должна сформировать политику в области безопасности и защиты окружающей среды, которая определяет способность достижения целей, указанных в п.1.2. 2.2 Компания должна обеспечить внедрение и выполнение этой политики персоналом как в море, так и на берегу на всех уровнях организации. 3 ОТВЕТСТВЕННОСТЬ И ПОЛНОМОЧИЯ КОМПАНИИ 3.1 Если ответственным за эксплуатацию судна является юридическое лицо, иное чем собственник судна, то собственник судна должен сообщить Администрации полное наименование юридического лица и подробные сведения о нем. 3.2 Компания должна определить и документально оформить ответственность, полномочия и взаимосвязь всего персонала, который управляет, выполняет и проверяет работу, относящуюся и оказывающую влияние на безопасность и предотвращение загрязнения. 3.3 Компания является ответственной за обеспечение назначенного (назначенных) лица (лиц) ресурсами и поддержкой береговых служб, необходимой для выполнения им (ими) своих обязанностей. 4 НАЗНАЧЕННОЕ ЛИЦО В целях обеспечения безопасной эксплуатации каждого судна и осуществления связи между Компанией и судовым персоналом, Компания должна назначить лицо или лиц на берегу, имеющее (имеющих) прямой доступ к руководству на самом высоком уровне управления. Ответственность и полномочия назначенного лица (назначенных лиц) должны включать контроль, накопление данных и определение корректирующих действий по вопросам управления безопасностью и предотвращением загрязнения, связанным с эксплуатацией каждого судна, а также обеспечение достаточными ресурсами и оказание соответствующей помощи на берегу, если потребуется.

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1.2 Objectives 1.2.1 The objectives of the Code are to ensure safety at sea, prevention of human injury or loss of life, and avoidance of damage to the environment, in particular to the marine environment and to property. 1.2.2 Safety management objectives of the Company should, inter alia: .1 provide for safe practices in ship operation and a safe working environment; .2 assess all identified risks to its ships, personnel and the environment and establish appropriate safeguards; and .3 continuously improve safety management skills of personnel ashore and aboard ships, including preparing for emergencies related both to safety and environmental protection. 1.2.3 The safety management system should ensure: .1 compliance with mandatory rules and regulations; and .2 that applicable codes, guidelines and standards recommended by the Organization, Administrations, classification societies and maritime industry organizations are taken into account. 1.3 Application The requirements of this Code may be applied to all ships. 1.4 Functional requirements for a safety management system Every Company should develop, implement and maintain a safety management system which includes the following functional requirements: .1 a safety and environmental-protection policy; .2 instructions and procedures to ensure safe operation of ships and protection of the environment in compliance with relevant international and flag State legislation; .3 defined levels of authority and lines of communication between, and amongst, shore and shipboard personnel; .4 procedures for reporting accidents and non-conformities with the provisions of this Code; .5 procedures to prepare for and respond to emergency situations; and .6 procedures for internal audits and management reviews. 2 SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL-PROTECTION POLICY 2.1 The Company should establish a safety and environmentalprotection policy which describes how the objectives given in paragraph 1.2 will be achieved. 2.2 The Company should ensure that the policy is implemented and maintained at all levels of the organization, both ship-based and shore-based. 3 COMPANY RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY 3.1 If the entity who is responsible for the operation of the ship is other than the owner, the owner must report the full name and details of such entity to the Administration. 3.2 The Company should define and document the responsibility, authority and interrelation of all personnel who manage, perform and verify work relating to and affecting safety and pollution prevention. 3.3 The Company is responsible for ensuring that adequate resources and shore-based support are provided to enable the designated person or persons to carry out their functions. 4 DESIGNATED PERSON(S) To ensure the safe operation of each ship and to provide a link between the Company and those on board, every Company, as appropriate, should designate a person or persons ashore having direct access to the highest level of management. The responsibility and authority of the designated person or persons should include monitoring the safety and pollution-prevention aspects of the operation of each ship and ensuring that adequate resources and shore-based support are applied, as required.


Международный Кодекс по управлению безопасностью (МКУБ) – версия 01.06.2010 International Safety Management (ISM) Code 5 ОТВЕТСТВЕННОСТЬ И ПОЛНОМОЧИЯ КАПИТАНА 5.1 Компания должна четко определить и документально оформить ответственность капитана в отношении: .1 реализации политики Компании по обеспечению безопасности и защите окружающей среды; .2 заинтересованности экипажа судна в соблюдении этой политики; .3 издания соответствующих приказов и распоряжений в ясной и простой форме; .4 проверки выполнения установленных требований; и .5 периодического пересмотра СУБ и передачи сообщений о недостатках СУБ Компании. 5.2 Компания должна обеспечить, чтобы СУБ, относящаяся к судну, содержала четкое подтверждение полномочий капитана. Компания должна установить в СУБ, что капитан имеет высшие полномочия и ответственность в отношении принятия решений по безопасности и предупреждению загрязнения и при необходимости в отношении запроса о помощи от Компании. 6 РЕСУРСЫ И ПЕРСОНАЛ 6.1 Компания должна обеспечить, чтобы: .1 капитан имел надлежащую квалификацию для командования судном; .2 капитан должен хорошо знать СУБ Компании; .3 капитан получал необходимую поддержку для безопасного выполнения своих обязанностей. 6.2 Компания должна обеспечить, чтобы каждое судно было укомплектовано квалифицированными, дипломированными и годными в медицинском отношении моряками в соответствии с международными и национальными требованиями. 6.3 Компания должна установить процедуры, обеспечивающие должное ознакомление нового персонала и лиц, получивших новые назначения, связанные с безопасностью и защитой окружающей среды, с возложенными на них обязанностями. Должны быть определены, оформлены в виде документов, предоставлены экипажу до выхода в рейс основные инструкции, которые необходимо соблюдать. 6.4 Компания должна обеспечить, чтобы весь персонал, участвующий в СУБ Компании, правильно понимал соответствующие нормы, правила, кодексы и руководства. 6.5 Компания должна установить и поддерживать процедуры для определения подготовки персонала, необходимой для СУБ и обеспечить такой подготовкой весь персонал, участвующий в СУБ. 6.6 Компания должна установить процедуры, обеспечивающие получение судовым персоналом соответствующей информации по СУБ на рабочем языке или языках, которые он понимает. 6.7 Компания должна обеспечить, чтобы судовой персонал был способен эффективно общаться при выполнении им своих обязанностей, относящихся к СУБ. 7 СУДОВЫЕ ОПЕРАЦИИ Компания должна установить процедуры, разработки планы и инструкции, включая соответствующие контрольные листы, по ключевым судовым операциям, в отношении безопасности персонала, судна и защиты окружающей среды. Задачи, связанные с проведением ключевых операций на судах, должны быть определены и поручены квалифицированному персоналу. 8 ГОТОВНОСТЬ К АВАРИЙНЫМ СИТУАЦИЯМ 8.1 Компания должна определить потенциально возможные аварийные ситуации на судне, и установить процедуры по реагированию при их возникновении. 8.2 Компания должна установить программы обучения экипажа и учебных тревог по действиям в аварийных ситуациях. 8.3 СУБ должна предусматривать такую береговую организационную структуру, ресурсы и процедуры связи, чтобы Компания могла в любое время реагировать на опасности, несчастные случаи и аварийные ситуации, связанные с ее судами. 9 ДОКЛАДЫ О НЕСООТВЕТСТВИЯХ, НЕСЧАСТНЫХ СЛУЧАЯХ И ОПАСНЫХ СИТУАЦИЯХ 9.1 СУБ должна включать процедуры, обеспечивающие передачу сообщений Компании о несоответствиях, несчастных случаях и опасных ситуациях, их расследование и анализ с целью совершенствования безопасности и предупреждения загрязнения. 9.2 Компания должна установить процедуры по выполнению корректирующих действия, включая меры направленные на предупреждение повторений.

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5 MASTER'S RESPONSIBILITY AND AUTHORITY 5.1 The Company should clearly define and document the master's responsibility with regard to: .1 implementing the safety and environmental-protection policy of the Company; .2 motivating the crew in the observation of that policy; .3 issuing appropriate orders and instructions in a clear and simple manner; .4 verifying that specified requirements are observed; and .5 periodically reviewing the safety management system and reporting its deficiencies to the shore-based management. 5.2 The Company should ensure that the safety management system operating on board the ship contains a clear statement emphasizing the master's authority. The Company should establish in the safety management system that the master has the overriding authority and the responsibility to make decisions with respect to safety and pollution prevention and to request the Company's assistance as may be necessary. 6 RESOURCES AND PERSONNEL 6.1 The Company should ensure that the master is: .1 properly qualified for command; .2 fully conversant with the Company's safety management system; and .3 given the necessary support so that the master's duties can be safely performed. 6.2 The Company should ensure that each ship is manned with qualified, certificated and medically fit seafarers in accordance with national and international requirements. 6.3 The Company should establish procedures to ensure that new personnel and personnel transferred to new assignments related to safety and protection of the environment are given proper familiarization with their duties. Instructions which are essential to be provided prior to sailing should be identified, documented and given. 6.4 The Company should ensure that all personnel involved in the Company's safety management system have an adequate understanding of relevant rules, regulations, codes and guidelines. 6.5 The Company should establish and maintain procedures for identifying any training which may be required in support of the safety management system and ensure that such training is provided for all personnel concerned. 6.6 The Company should establish procedures by which the ship's personnel receive relevant information on the safety management system in a working language or languages understood by them. 6.7 The Company should ensure that the ship's personnel are able to communicate effectively in the execution of their duties related to the safety management system. 7 SHIPBOARD OPERATIONS The Company should establish procedures, for the preparation of plans and instructions, including checklists as appropriate, for key shipboard operations concerning the safety of the personnel, ship and protection of the environment. The various tasks involved should be defined and assigned to qualified personnel. 8 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS 8.1 The Company should establish identify potential emergency shipboard situations, and establish procedures to respond to them. 8.2 The Company should establish programmes for drills and exercises to prepare for emergency actions. 8.3 The safety management system should provide for measures ensuring that the Company's organization can respond at any time to hazards, accidents and emergency situations involving its ships. 9 REPORTS AND ANALYSIS OF NON-CONFORMITIES, ACCIDENTS AND HAZARDOUS OCCURRENCES 9.1 The safety management system should include procedures ensuring that non-conformities, accidents and hazardous situations are reported to the Company, investigated and analyzed with the objective of improving safety and pollution prevention. 9.2 The Company should establish procedures for the implementation of corrective action, including measures intended to prevent recurrence.


Международный Кодекс по управлению безопасностью (МКУБ) – версия 01.06.2010 International Safety Management (ISM) Code 10 ТЕХНИЧЕСКОЕ ОБСЛУЖИВАНИЕ И РЕМОНТ СУДНА И ОБОРУДОВАНИЯ 10.1 Компания должна установить и поддерживать процедуры, обеспечивающие техническое обслуживание и ремонт судна в соответствии с нормами и правилами, а также дополнительными требованиями, которые могут быть установлены Компанией. 10.2 При выполнении этих требований Компания должна обеспечить: .1 проведение технических осмотров через соответствующие промежутки времени; .2 передачу сообщений о любом несоответствии с указанием возможной причины; .3 разработку и выполнение соответствующего корректирующего действия; .4 наличие отчетных документов по техническому обслуживанию и ремонту судну. 10.3 Компания должна установить процедуры в своей системе управления безопасностью для того, чтобы определить оборудование и технические системы, внезапный отказ в работе которых может создавать опасные ситуации. Система управления безопасностью должна предусматривать специальные меры, направленные на обеспечение работоспособности этого оборудования или систем. Эти меры должны включать регулярные проверки резервных устройств и оборудования или технических систем, которые не используются постоянно. 10.4 Технические осмотры и специальные меры, указанные в 10.2 и 10.3, должны быть включены в текущее техническое обслуживание и ремонт судна в период эксплуатации. 11 ДОКУМЕНТАЦИЯ 11.1 Компания должна установить и поддерживать процедуры управления всеми док��ментами и данными, относящимися к СУБ. 11.2 Компания должна обеспечить, чтобы: .1 действующие документы были доступны во всех подразделениях Компании и на судах; .2 изменения, вносимые в документы, были рассмотрены и одобрены уполномоченным персоналом; .3 своевременно изымались утратившие силу документы. 11.3 Документация, в которой даётся описание и внедрение СУБ может называться "Руководством (Наставлением) по управлению безопасностью". Эта документация должна содержаться в том виде, который Компания считает наиболее эффективным. Каждое судно должно иметь на борту всю относящуюся к нему документацию. 12 ПРОВЕРКА, АНАЛИЗ И ОЦЕНКА, ОСУЩЕСТВЛЯЕМАЯ КОМПАНИЕЙ 12.1 Компания должна проводить внутренние проверки безопасности на судах и на берегу, с интервалом не превышающим двенадцать месяцев, с целью подтверждения того, что деятельность по безопасности и предупреждению загрязнения соответствует требованиям системы управления безопасностью. В исключительных обстоятельствах, данный интервал может быть превышен не более, чем на три месяца. 12.2 Компания должна периодически оценивать эффективность и, при необходимости, пересматривать системы управления безопасностью в соответствии с процедурами, установленными Компанией. 12.3 Внутренние проверки и возможные корректирующие действия должны проводиться в соответствии с процедурами, оформленными документально. 12.4 Персонал, осуществляющий внутренние проверки, должен быть независимым от проверяемых видов деятельности, кроме тех случаев, когда это практически неосуществимо вследствие размеров и характера Компании. 12.5 Результаты внутренних проверок и пересмотра СУБ должны доводиться до сведения всего персонала, ответственного за проверяемый вид деятельности. 12.6 Руководящий персонал, ответственный за проверенный вид деятельности, должен своевременно определить и выполнить корректирующие действия для устранения обнаруженных несоответствий.

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10 MAINTENANCE OF THE SHIP AND EQUIPMENT 10.1 The Company should establish procedures to ensure that the ship is maintained in conformity with the provisions of the relevant rules and regulations and with any additional requirements which may be established by the Company. 10.2 In meeting these requirements the Company should ensure that: .1 inspections are held at appropriate intervals; .2 any non-conformity is reported, with its possible cause, if known; .3 appropriate corrective action is taken; and .4 records of these activities are maintained. 10.3 The Company should establish procedures in its safety management system to identify equipment and technical systems the sudden operational failure of which may result in hazardous situations. The safety management system should provide for specific measures aimed at promoting the reliability of such equipment or systems. These measures should include the regular testing of standby arrangements and equipment or technical systems that are not in continuous use. 10.4 The inspections mentioned in 10.2 as well as the measures referred to in 10.3 should be integrated into the ship's operational maintenance routine. 11 DOCUMENTATION 11.1 The Company should establish and maintain procedures to control all documents and data which are relevant to the safety management system. 11.2 The Company should ensure that: .1 valid documents are available at all relevant locations; and .2 changes to documents are reviewed and approved by authorized personnel; .3 obsolete documents are promptly removed. 11.3 The documents used to describe and implement the safety management system may be referred to as the Safety Management Manual. Documentation should be kept in a form that the Company considers most effective. Each ship should carry on board all documentation relevant to that ship. 12 COMPANY VERIFICATION, REVIEW AND EVALUATION 12.1 The Company should carry out internal safety audits on board and ashore at intervals not exceeding twelve months to verify whether safety and pollution-prevention activities comply with the safety management system. In exceptional circumstances, this interval may be exceeded by not more than three months. 12.2 The Company should periodically evaluate the efficiency of and, when needed, review effectiveness of the safety management system in accordance with procedures established by the Company. 12.3 The audits and possible corrective actions should be carried out in accordance with documented procedures. 12.4 Personnel carrying out audits should be independent of the areas being audited unless this is impracticable due to the size and the nature of the Company. 12.5 The results of the audits and reviews should be brought to the attention of all personnel having responsibility in the area involved. 12.6 The management personnel responsible for the area involved should take timely corrective action on deficiencies found.


Международный Кодекс по управлению безопасностью (МКУБ) – версия 01.06.2010 International Safety Management (ISM) Code Часть B. Сертификация и освидетельствование 13. СЕРТИФИКАЦИЯ И ПЕРИОДИЧЕСКОЕ ОСВИДЕТЕЛЬСТВОВАНИЕ 13.1 Судно должно эксплуатироваться Компанией, которой выдан Документ о соответствии или Временный Документ о соответствии в соответствии с п. 14.1, относящийся к данному судну. 13.2 Документ о соответствии должен выдаваться Администрацией, организацией, признанной Администрацией, или, по просьбе Администрации, другим Договаривающимся Правительством, участником Конвенции, любой Компании, отвечающей требованиям Кодекса, на срок, оговоренный Администрацией, который не должен превышать 5 лет. Такой документ должен приниматься как подтверждение того, что Компания может выполнять требования Кодекса. 13.3 Документ о соответствии действителен только для тех типов судов, которые четко указаны в документе. В основу такого указания должны быть положены те типы судов, для которых было проведено первоначальное освидетельствование. Другие типы судов должны добавляться только после проверки способности Компании удовлетворять требованиям настоящего Кодекса, применимым к таким типам судов. В данном контексте типы судов - это типы, которые указаны в Правиле IX/1 Конвенции. 13.4 Действительность Документа о соответствии подлежит ежегодной проверке Администрацией или организацией, признанной Администрацией, или, по просьбе Администрации, Администрацией другого Договаривающегося Правительства в пределах трех месяцев до или после ежегодной даты. 13.5 Документ о соответствии должен аннулироваться Администрацией или, по ее просьбе, Договаривающимся Правительством, выдавшим документ, если не поступает запроса на ежегодное освидетельствование в соответствии с требованиями п. 13.4, или если есть доказательство значительного несоответствия с настоящим Кодексом. 13.5.1 Все соответствующие Свидетельства об управлении безопасностью и/или Временные Свидетельства об управлении безопасностью должны аннулироваться, если аннулируется Документ о соответствии. 13.6 Копия Документа о соответствии должна находиться на судне для того, чтобы капитан судна мог, по требованию, предъявить ее для проверки Администрацией или организацией, признанной организацией, или для контроля, указанного в Правиле IХ/6.2 Конвенции. Аутентичность копии документа может не подтверждаться, и копия может не заверяться. 13.7 Свидетельство об управлении безопасностью должно выдаваться на судно Администрацией или организацией, признанной Администрацией, или, по просьбе Администрацией, другим Договаривающимся Правительством на срок, который не должен превышать пять лет. Свидетельство об управлении безопасностью должно выдаваться после проверки того, что Компания и руководство на борту действуют в соответствии с одобренной системой управления безопасностью. Такое Свидетельство должно приниматься как подтверждение того, что судно соответствует требованиям настоящего Кодекса. 13.8 Для подтверждении действительности Свидетельства об управлении безопасностью Администрацией или организацией, признанной Администрацией, или, по просьбе Администрации, другим Договаривающимся Правительством должно проводиться не менее одного промежуточного освидетельствования. Если должно проводиться только одно промежуточное освидетельствование, и срок действия Свидетельства об управлении безопасностью составляет 5 лет, оно должно проводиться между второй и третьей ежегодной датой выдачи Свидетельства об управлении безопасностью. 13.9 Дополнительно к требованиям п. 13.5.1, Свидетельство об управлении безопасностью должно аннулироваться Администрацией или, по просьбе Администрации, другим Договаривающимся Правительством, которое выдало его, если не поступает запроса на проведение промежуточного освидетельствования, требуемою п.13.8, или когда имеется подтверждение значительного несоответствии требованиям настоящего Кодекса.

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Part B. Certification and Verification 13 CERTIFICATION AND PERIODICAL VERIFICATION 13.1 The ship should be operated by a Company which has been issued with a Document of Compliance or with an Interim Document of Compliance in accordance with paragraph 14.1, relevant to that ship. 13.2 The Document of Compliance should be issued by the Administration, by an organization recognized by the Administration or, at the request of the Administration, by another Contracting Government to the Convention to any Company complying with the requirements of this Code for a period specified by the Administration which should not exceed five years. Such a document should be accepted as evidence that the Company is capable of complying with the requirements of this Code. 13.3 The Document of Compliance is only valid for the ship types explicitly indicated in the document. Such indication should be based on the types of ships on which the initial verification was based. Other ship types should only be added after verification of the Company's capability to comply with the requirements of this Code applicable to such ship types. In this context, ship types are those referred to in regulation IX/1 of the Convention. 13.4 The validity of a Document of Compliance should be subject to annual verification by the Administration or by an organization recognized by the Administration or, at the request of the Administration, by another Contracting Government within three months before or after the anniversary date. 13.5 The Document of Compliance should be withdrawn by the Administration or, at its request, by the Contracting Government which issued the Document when the annual verification required in paragraph 13.4 is not requested or if there is evidence of major nonconformities with this Code. 13.5.1 All associated Safety Management Certificates and/or Interim Safety Management Certificates should also be withdrawn if the Document of Compliance is withdrawn. 13.6 A copy of the Document of Compliance should be placed on board in order that the master of the ship, if so requested, may produce it for verification by the Administration or by an organization recognized by the Administration or for the purposes of the control referred to in regulation IX/6.2 of the Convention. The copy of the Document is not required to be authenticated or certified. 13.7 The Safety Management Certificate should be issued to a ship for a period which should not exceed five years by the Administration or an organization recognized by the Administration or, at the request of the Administration, by another Contracting Government. The Safety Management Certificate should be issued after verifying that the Company and its shipboard management operate in accordance with the approved safety management system. Such a Certificate should be accepted as evidence that the ship is complying with the requirements of this Code. 13.8 The validity of the Safety Management Certificate should be subject to at least one intermediate verification by the Administration or an organization recognized by the Administration or, at the request of the Administration, by another Contracting Government. If only one intermediate verification is to be carried out and the period of validity of the Safety Management Certificate is five years, it should take place between the second and third anniversary dates of the Safety Management Certificate. 13.9 In addition to the requirements of paragraph 13.5.1, the Safety Management Certificate should be withdrawn by the Administration or, at the request of the Administration, by the Contracting Government which has issued it when the intermediate verification required in paragraph 13.8 is not requested or if there is evidence of major nonconformity with this Code.


Международный Кодекс по управлению безопасностью (МКУБ) – версия 01.06.2010 International Safety Management (ISM) Code 13.10 Независимо от требований пунктов 13.2 и 13.7, если возобновляющее освидетельствование проводится в рамках трёх месяцев до истечения срока действия существующего Документа о соответствии или Свидетельства об управлении безопасностью, новый Документ о соответствии или новое Свидетельство об управлении безопасностью должно быть действительно с даты окончания возобновляющего освидетельствования в течение не более 5 лет после даты истечения срока действия существующего Документа о соответствии или Свидетельства об управлении безопасностью. 13.11 Если возобновляющее освидетельствование проводится более чем за три месяца до истечения срока действия существующего Документа о соответствии или Свидетельства об управлении безопасностью, новый Документ о соответствии или новое Свидетельство об управлении безопасностью должно быть действительно с момента окончания возобновляющего освидетельствования на период, не превышающий 5 лет с момента окончания возобновляющего освидетельствования. 13.12 Если возобновляющее освидетельствование закончено после даты истечения срока действия существующего Свидетельства об управлении безопасностью, новое Свидетельство об управлении безопасностью должно быть действительно с даты окончания возобновляющего освидетельствования до даты, не превышающей пяти лет с даты истечения срока действия существующего Свидетельства об управлении безопасностью. 13.3 Если возобновляющее освидетельствование было закончено, а новое Свидетельство об управлении безопасностью не может быть выдано или доставлено на судно до даты истечения срока действия существующего свидетельства, Администрация или организация, признанная Администрацией, может подтвердить существующее свидетельство и такое свидетельство должно признаваться действительным на срок, который не должен быть более пяти месяцев считая от даты истечения указанного в нём срока действия. 13.4 Если в момент истечения срока действия Свидетельства об управлении безопасностью судно не находится в порту, в котором оно должно быть освидетельствовано, Администрация может продлить срок действия Свидетельства об управлении безопасностью, но такое продление предоставляется только для того, чтобы дать возможность судну закончить свой рейс в порт, в котором оно должно быть освидетельствовано, и только в тех случаях, когда такое продление окажется необходимым и целесообразным. Никакое Свидетельство об управлении безопасностью не должно продлеваться на срок более трёх месяцев, а судну, которому предоставляется такое продление, не имеет права по прибытии в порт, в котором оно должно быть освидетельствовано, покинуть этот порт без нового Свидетельства об управлении безопасностью, в силу этого продления. Когда возобновляющее освидетельствование закончено, новое Свидетельство об управлении безопасностью должно быть действительно до даты, не превышающей пяти лет с даты истечения срока действия существующего Свидетельства об управлении безопасностью, установленной до предоставления продления.

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13.10 Notwithstanding the requirements of paragraphs 13.2 and 13.7, when the renewal verification is completed within three months before the expiry date of the existing Document of Compliance or Safety Management Certificate, the new Document of Compliance or the new Safety Management Certificate should be valid from the date of completion of the renewal verification for a period not exceeding five years from the date of expiry of the existing Document of Compliance or Safety Management Certificate. 13.11 When the renewal verification is completed more than three months before the expiry date of the existing Document of Compliance or Safety Management Certificate, the new Document of Compliance or the new Safety Management Certificate should be valid from the date of completion of the renewal verification for a period not exceeding five years from the date of completion of the renewal verification. 13.12 When the renewal verification is completed after the expiry date of the existing Safety Management Certificate, the new Safety Management Certificate should be valid from the date of completion of the renewal verification to a date not exceeding five years from the date of expiry of the existing Safety Management Certificate. 13.13 If a renewal verification has been completed and a new Safety Management Certificate cannot be issued or placed on board the ship before the expiry date of the existing certificate, the Administration or organization recognized by the Administration may endorse the existing certificate and such a certificate should be accepted as valid for a further period which should not exceed five months from the expiry date.

13.14 If a ship at the time when a Safety Management Certificate expires is not in a port in which it is to be verified, the Administration may extend the period of validity of the Safety Management Certificate but this extension should be granted only for the purpose of allowing the ship to complete its voyage to the port in which it is to be verified, and then only in cases where it appears proper and reasonable to do so. No Safety Management Certificate should be extended for a period of longer than three months, and the ship to which an extension is granted should not, on its arrival in the port in which it is to be verified, be entitled by virtue of such extension to leave that port without having a new Safety Management Certificate. When the renewal verification is completed, the new Safety Management Certificate should be valid to a date not exceeding five years from the expiry date of the existing Safety Management Certificate before the extension was granted.


Международный Кодекс по управлению безопасностью (МКУБ) – версия 01.06.2010 International Safety Management (ISM) Code 14 СЕРТИФИКАЦИЯ НА ВРЕМЕННЫЕ ДОКУМЕНТЫ 14.1 Временный Документ о соответствии может выдаваться для облегчения начального внедрения настоящего Кодекса в следующих случаях: .1 Компания создается заново; или .2 к существующему Документу о соответствии должны быть добавлены новые типы судов после проверки того, что Компания имеет систему управления безопасностью, отвечающую целям, указанным в п. 1.2.3 настоящего Кодекса, при условии, что Компания продемонстрирует планы внедрения системы управления безопасностью, отвечающей всем требованиям настоящего Кодекса в срок действия Временного Документа о соответствии. Такой Временный Документ о соответствии должен выдаваться на срок не более 12 месяцев Администрацией или организацией, признанной Администрацией, или, по просьбе Администрации, другим Договаривающимся Правительством. Копия Временного Документа о соответствии должна находиться на борту судна для того, чтобы капитан судна мог по требованию предъявить ее для проверки Администрацией или организацией, признанной Администрацией, или для целей контроля, указанного в Правиле IХ/6.2. Аутентичность копии документа может не подтверждаться, и копия может не заверяться, 14.2 Временное Свидетельство об управлении безопасностью может быть выдано: .1 на новые суда при их поставке; .2 когда Компания принимает ответственность за эксплуатацию судна, которое для Компании является новым; или .3 когда судно меняет флаг. Временное Свидетельство об управлении безопасностью должно выдаваться на срок не более 6 месяцев Администрацией или организацией, признанной Администрацией, или, по просьбе Администрации, другим Договаривающимся Правительством. 14.3 Администрация или организация, признанная Администрацией, или, по просьбе Администрации, другое Договаривающееся Правительство может в особых случаях продлить срок действия Временного Свидетельства об управлении безопасностью на дополнительный срок, который не должен превышать 6 месяцев с момента истечения срока действия. 14.4 Временное Свидетельство об управлении безопасностью может быть выдано после проверки того, что: .1 Документ о соответствии или Временный Документа о соответствии относится к данному судну; .2 система управления безопасностью, предусмотренная Компанией для данного судна, включает основные элементы настоящего Кодекса, и она была освидетельствована на предмет выдачи Документа о соответствии или продемонстрирована на предмет выдачи Временного Документа о соответствии; .3 Компания планирует внутренний аудит судна в течение трех месяцев; .4 капитан и комсостав знакомы с системой управления безопасностью и планируемыми мероприятиями для ее внедрения; .5 инструкции, которые были определены как необходимые, были обеспечены до отправления судна в рейс; и .6 соответствующая информация о системе управления безопасностью была выдана на рабочем(-их) языке(-ах), хорошо понимаемом(-ых) судовым персоналом. 15. ОСВИДЕТЕЛЬСТВОВАНИЕ 15.1 Все освидетельствования, требуемые в соответствии с положениями настоящего Кодекса, должны проводиться согласно процедурам, принятым Администрацией, с учетом Руководства, разработанного Организацией. 16 ФОРМЫ СВИДЕТЕЛЬСТВ 16.1 Документ о соответствии, Свидетельство об управлении безопасностью, Временный Документ о соответствии и Временное Свидетельства об управлении безопасностью должны оформляться по форме, соответствующей образцам, приведенным в Приложении к настоящему Кодексу. Если используемый язык не является ни английским, ни французским, текст должен включать перевод на один из этих языков. 16.2 В дополнение к требованиям п. 13.3, могут указываться типы судов, обозначенные в Документе о соответствии или Временном Документе о соответствии, с тем, чтобы отразить любые ог��аничения эксплуатации судов, приведенные в системе управлении безопасностью.

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14 INTERIM CERTIFICATION 14.1 An Interim Document of Compliance may be issued to facilitate initial implementation of this Code when: .1 a Company is newly established; or .2 new ship types are to be added to an existing Document of Compliance, following verification that the Company has a safety management system that meets the objectives of paragraph 1.2.3 of this Code, provided the Company demonstrates plans to implement a safety management system meeting the full requirements of this Code within the period of validity of the Interim Document of Compliance. Such an Interim Document of Compliance should be issued for a period not exceeding 12 months by the Administration or by an organization recognized by the Administration or, at the request of the Administration, by another Contracting Government. A copy of the Interim Document of Compliance should be placed on board in order that the master of the ship, if so requested, may produce it for verification by the Administration or by an organization recognized by the Administration or for the purposes of the control referred to in regulation IX/6.2 of the Convention. The copy of the Document is not required to be authenticated or certified. 14.2 An Interim Safety Management Certificate may be issued: .1 to new ships on delivery; .2 when a Company takes on responsibility for the operation of a ship which is new to the Company; or .3 when a ship changes flag. Such an Interim Safety Management Certificate should be issued for a period not exceeding 6 months by the Administration or an organization recognized by the Administration or, at the request of the Administration, by another Contracting Government. 14.3 An Administration or, at the request of the Administration, another Contracting Government may, in special cases, extend the validity of an Interim Safety Management Certificate for a further period which should not exceed 6 months from the date of expiry.

14.4 An Interim Safety Management Certificate may be issued following verification that: .1 the Document of Compliance, or the Interim Document of Compliance, is relevant to the ship concerned; .2 the safety management system provided by the Company for the ship concerned includes key elements of this Code and has been assessed during the audit for issuance of the Document of Compliance or demonstrated for issuance of the Interim Document of Compliance; .3 the Company has planned the internal audit of the ship within three months; .4 the master and officers are familiar with the safety management system and the planned arrangements for its implementation; .5 instructions, which have been identified as being essential, are provided prior to sailing; and .6 relevant information on the safety management system has been given in a working language or languages understood by the ship's personnel. 15 VERIFICATION 15.1 All verifications required by the provisions of this Code should be carried out in accordance with procedures acceptable to the Administration, taking into account the guidelines developed by the Organization. 16 FORMS OF CERTIFICATES 16.1 The Document of Compliance, the Safety Management Certificate, the Interim Document of Compliance and the Interim Safety Management Certificate should be drawn up in a form corresponding to the models given in the appendix to this Code. If the language used is neither English nor French, the text should include a translation into one of these languages. 16.2 In addition to the requirements of paragraph 13.3, the ship types indicated on the Document of Compliance and the Interim Document of Compliance may be endorsed to reflect any limitations in the operations of the ships described in the safety management system.


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