MINOR REVISION

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This document provides requirements and recommendations for designers of BWMS using electrolytic methods to document the risk assessment and risk reduction process over the lifecycle of the equipment, and to support its approval for use on ships by administrations and classification societies. Specifically, this document provides basic terminology, principles and a methodology to identify and subsequently minimize the risk of hazards in the design of BWMS using electrolytic methods. It specifies the procedures for risk assessment and risk reduction following the guidance in ISOÂ 12100. Risks considered include: human health and safety; marine environment related to conditions on board; and ship installation, operation, maintenance and structural integrity. This document does not address the methodology for the risk assessment of corrosion effects, toxicity and ecotoxicity of active substances, relevant chemicals and/or other chemicals generated or used by BWMS using electrolytic methods, which is evaluated by the IMO GESAMP-Ballast Water Working Group as prescribed in the document IMO GESAMP, Methodology for the Evaluation of Ballast Water Management Systems using Active Substances[26]. This document does not address risks associated with the end of life disposition of the BWMS.

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IEC 60092-503:2021(E) is applicable to AC supply systems with voltages from 1 kV up to and including 36 kV. The requirements contained in other parts of the IEC 60092 series apply where appropriate, subject to the exceptions stated in the clauses of this document.

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This document specifies the design and production requirements, test methods, marking and inspection certificate for high holding power balance anchors (hereinafter referred to as anchors). It is applicable to the design, selection, production and acceptance of high holding power balance anchors.

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This document provides a classification of anchor chain releasers and a description of their structure. It also specifies their basic dimensions, requirements and test methods, and their marking and surface signs. It is applicable to the design, production and acceptance of anchor chain releasers.

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This document specifies requirements for the design, strength, safety, function and operation of adjustable roller-type chain stoppers. It also specifies their structure, materials, acceptance and marking. It is applicable to the design, manufacture and acceptance of adjustable roller-type chain stoppers.

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This document provides guidelines for the preparation of a safety rota and safety plans on passenger vessels for inland navigation. It supports the safety organisation on board. Furthermore, it describes the code of conduct necessary for passengers on cabin vessels. Annex B contains examples for a safety rota and a safety plan.
The safety rota specifies and explains the duties for the following emergencies:
- breakdown;
- fire on board;
- evacuation of the persons on board;
- person over board.
NOTE   Here, evacuation is to be understood as evacuating into boats, onto life rafts or via means of transfer into shallow waters or on shore.

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This document specifies the minimum functions for software-based planned maintenance systems (SPMS) and related aspects, that shipping companies are intended to provide to ships. It includes requirements for planning and implementing a maintenance schedule, as well as for recording, reporting, analysing and optimizing the maintenance of onboard equipment and systems, in support of ISM Code 2018 Part A/10, which addresses maintenance, spare parts, procurement, personnel, and voyage planning; these aspects can be covered in one or more applications.

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This document specifies requirements and characteristics of ships’ pilot ladder winch reels provided with hydraulic, pneumatic, electric, or manual drive. It is applicable to the design and test of pilot ladder winch reels. It does not include requirements for the prime mover used to operate the pilot ladder winch reels. Pilot ladder winch reels specified in this document are intended to be only used with pilot ladders conforming to ISO 799-1. They are not intended to be used for ‘man lifting’ activities.

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This document specifies the requirements for the design, installation and testing of cable over pulley
steering systems on small craft with or without a propulsion engine(s), and on small craft with outboard
engine(s) up to and including 37 kW total power.
It specifies the requirements for the design and testing of all components of a cable over pulley steering
system, from the steering mechanism to the mechanical interface with the rudder shaft or the outboard
engine. It applies to cable over pulley steering systems, whether for pedestal or bulkhead types.
This document does not address emergency means of steering the craft.

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This part of the standard specifies an S-100 compliant product specification for route plan intended for exchange of information. It specifies the content, structure, and metadata needed for creating fully S-100 compliant route plan information and its portrayal within an S-100-based application. The IHO manages all numbers for S-100 compliant product specifications and has assigned S-421 for this route plan IEC standard.
This document specifies only a data format for the route plan exchange. This document does not specify a data format of vessel monitoring and logging information. This information can be provided by other mechanisms or be specified in other standards.
The format of the route plan exchange includes some limited vessel static information. When more static information is required, it can be obtained by other methods such as AIS.

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This document specifies requirements for the design, construction, safety, performance and acceptance testing of windlasses and anchor capstans. This document is applicable to windlasses and anchor capstans of sea-going vessels, which have an electric, hydraulic, pneumatic or external drive, of the following types: —   symmetrical double cable-lifter windlasses (type 1); —   single cable-lifter windlasses (type 2); —   single cable-lifter windlass units (types 3 and 4); —   anchor capstans (type 5); —   double cable-lifter windlasses with connecting shaft (type 6). For combined windlasses/mooring winches, ISO 3730 is applicable in addition to this document. NOTE      Attention is drawn to the requirements of relevant Classification Societies or the government of the state whose flag the ship is entitled to fly.

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IEC 62742:2021 specifies minimum requirements for emission, immunity and performance criteria regarding electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of electrical and electronic equipment for ships with non-metallic hull.
NOTE Requirements for metallic hull are given by IEC 60533. This documents acts an extension of IEC 60533 to cater for EMC effects on non-metallic hull.
This document further gives guidance on how to achieve electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) on ships whose hull (surface) is made from non-metallic material and can also be useful for ships with hull comprising of a metallic hull, but with non-metallic superstructure or components.
This document assists in meeting the requirements of IMO resolution A.813(19).
It does not specify basic safety requirements such as protection against electric shock and dielectric tests for equipment. Electromagnetic effects on human beings are not the subject of this document.

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This document defines a ship software logging system (SSLS) for logging and retrieving software version information and current operational status. The system facilitates software maintenance for ship operational technology equipment and associated integrated systems, including but not limited to: —   control and alarm systems; —   fire and water mist systems; —   navigation and communication systems; —   steering control systems; —   propulsion systems; —   power generation systems; —   performance monitoring systems; —   auxiliary systems. This document sets requirements for the design and usability of a ship software logging system (SSLS) software that: —   records software versions for equipment with updateable software (hereinafter “equipment”); —   sets an initial log entry when equipment is first installed or detected by the SSLS; —   includes a repository of electronic service reports associated with log entries; —  automatically logs reports sent by the equipment.

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This document specifies a bioassay for the determination of the presence of unknown toxic contaminants in test seawater (see Figure A.1). It is based on the inhibition of photosynthetic activity of the marine cyanobacterium Cyanobium sp. (NIES-981) by such toxic contaminants. The inhibition is determined based on delayed fluorescence (DF) intensity. The method is rapid and requires less laboratory space than standard bioassays. Hence, it can be used on-board to generate basic data for seawater quality management at deep-sea mining sites where time and space are extremely limited.

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This document specifies a general protocol for the observation of the meiofaunal community in the deep seabed. The standardized method can be used in any phase [baseline data acquisition, monitoring during and after mining (testing)] accompanying resource development, making it easier to compare data beyond differences in workers and waters. This document is intended for marine environment impact assessments and other occasions where long-term image-based data are required.

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This document specifies minimum requirements and provides recommendations for the gathering of image-based data at seafloor where epifauna and benthopelagic fauna with a minimum dimension of 1Â cm are used as a proxy for the status of the biological community.

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This document specifies the items included in the maximum load of small craft, without exceeding the
limits set by other ISO standards for stability, freeboard, and flotation. It further sets requirements for
seating and occupancy areas of crew members.
Personal watercraft are excluded from the Scope of this document.

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This document specifies requirements for the uniform display of the information exhibited on the
builder’s plate of small craft.
Personal watercraft are excluded from the Scope of this document.

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The present document defines the functional and operational requirements for navigational radar installations used in
inland waterways as required by CESNI ES-TRIN standard [i.1].
The present document is applicable to radar equipment and its associated primary navigational display intended for the
navigation of vessels on inland waterways with the following characteristics:
• Transmitter Peak Envelope Power up to 10 kW.
• The antenna is rotating and passive.
• Unmodulated single carrier frequency only may be utilized.
The applicable frequencies of operation of this type of radio equipment are given in table 1. These frequencies are
allocated to the radio navigation service, as defined in article 5 of the ITU Radio Regulations [i.4].

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This document specifies the methodology to conduct computational modelling of ultraviolet (UV) reactor designs for ballast water management systems (BWMS) that incorporate ultraviolet disinfection technology (UVBWMS). The computational modelling is used to calculate the UV reduction equivalent dose (RED) and to compare calculated REDs of the scaled reactor to its base reactor. REDs are determined using organisms with a given dose response. NOTEÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â The IMO requires validation of the computational model. The simulation of a physical UV reactor using a computational model requires that the model be validated (i.e. it performs as intended and reflects the correct physical constraints) and verified (i.e. produces outputs consistent with empirical data). A model developed according to this document is intended to validate the performance of simulated but untested, scaled UV reactors, where the simulation has been verified with test data from base model UV reactors within the product line. As a complete UV BWMS typically incorporates other treatment methodologies such as filters, the impact of changes to external subsystem performance on the overall BWMS is not considered in this document.

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This document specifies the requirements for determining the maximum propulsion power rating using manoeuvring speed for engine-driven craft with a length of the hull (LH, as defined in ISO 8666) between 8 m and 24 m. This document is applicable to craft with a calculated Froude number (Fn) ≥ 1,1. This document is not applicable to: —   inflatable craft, as defined by ISO 6185-4; —   craft designed and constructed solely for competitive racing (racing craft); —   craft primarily designed not to be engine driven. This document does not specify craft constructional strength requirements related to maximum propulsion power rating and does not guarantee stability under all conditions of seaway, wind, wakes and waves.

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This document specifies the requirements for the design, installation and testing of cable over pulley steering systems on small craft with or without a propulsion engine(s), and on small craft with outboard engine(s) up to and including 37 kW total power. It specifies the requirements for the design and testing of all components of a cable over pulley steering system, from the steering mechanism to the mechanical interface with the rudder shaft or the outboard engine. It applies to cable over pulley steering systems, whether for pedestal or bulkhead types. This document does not address emergency means of steering the craft.

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IEC 61097-2:2021(E) specifies the minimum performance requirements, technical characteristics and type-testing requirements of the emergency position-indicating radio beacon used in the Cospas-Sarsat satellite system (EPIRB), as required by the International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) as amended, and which is associated with IEC 60945. When a requirement in this document is different from the requirements in IEC 60945 or other standards, the requirement in this document takes precedence.
This document incorporates the performance standards of IMO Resolution MSC.471(101), the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Radio Regulations as well as the technical characteristics for such transmitters contained in Recommendation ITU-R M.633, and takes account of the general requirements contained in IMO Resolution A.694(17).
This document also includes minimum performance standards for a non-float-free EPIRB without float-free release mechanism (see Annex C).

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IEC 63173-1:2021 specifies an S-100 compliant product specification for route plan intended for exchange of information. It specifies the content, structure, and metadata needed for creating fully S-100 compliant route plan information and its portrayal within an S-100-based application. The IHO manages all numbers for S-100 compliant product specifications and has assigned S-421 for this route plan IEC standard.
This document specifies only a data format for the route plan exchange. This document does not specify a data format of vessel monitoring and logging information. This information can be provided by other mechanisms or be specified in other standards.
The format of the route plan exchange includes some limited vessel static information. When more static information is required, it can be obtained by other methods such as AIS.

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This standard describes requirements, performances and test-procedures for Public-Address-Systems (PA) and General-Alarm (GA) Communication-systems for marine applications. The standard is focused on all necessities to get a harmonized standard for marine PAGA Com.
The standard refers as much as possible to relevant established standards. Where relevant standard do not exist or are not precise enough, this standard will describe additionally own definitions , requirements performances and test-procedures

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This document specifies requirements for electrically operated bilge pumps intended for use in
removing bilge water. It applies to:
— direct current (DC) bilge pumps which operate at a nominal voltage not exceeding 50 V; and
— single phase alternating current (AC) bilge pumps which operate at a nominal voltage not
exceeding 250 V.
It does not cover pumps intended for damage control.

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The present document states the minimum requirements for equipment to be used for generation, transmission and
reception of Digital Selective Calling (DSC) for use on board ships.
DSC is intended to be used in the Medium Frequency (MF), High Frequency (HF) and Very High Frequency (VHF)
bands of the Maritime Mobile Service (MMS), for distress, urgency and safety communication and general
communications.
The present document is part 1 of a multi-part deliverable that covers the requirements to be fulfilled by:
• DSC equipment integrated with a transmitter and/or a receiver;
• DSC equipment not integrated with a transmitter and/or a receiver.
These requirements include the relevant provisions of the ITU Radio Regulations [i.15] and Recommendations ITU-R
M.493-15 [2], M.541-10 [3], M.689-3 [4] and M.1082-1 [5], the International Convention for the Safety Of Life At Sea
(SOLAS) [i.14], and the following resolutions/circulars of the International Maritime Organization (IMO):
A.694(17) [14], A.803(19) [15] amended by MSC.68(68) Annex 1 [17], A.804(19) [16], MSC.68(68) Annex 2 [17],
A.806(19) [18], MSC.68(68) Annex 3 [17], MSC 302(87) [12] and MSC/Circ.862 [19].
Equipment for generation, transmission and reception of DSC designed according to the following equipment classes:
• Class A: includes all the facilities defined in annex 1 of Recommendation ITU-R M.493-15 [2] and complies
Performance Standards A.803(19) for VHF [15], A.804(19) for MF [16] and A.806(19) for MF/HF equipment
capable of voice and DSC [18].
• Class D: provides minimum facilities for VHF DSC distress, urgency and safety as well as routine calling and
reception as recommended by IMO MSC/Circ.803 [i.2] for non-SOLAS vessels participating in the GMDSS
and defined by Recommendation ITU-R M.493-15 [2].
• Class E: provides minimum facilities for MF and/or HF DSC distress, urgency and safety as well as routine
calling and reception as recommended by IMO MSC/Circ.803 [i.2] for non-SOLAS vessels participating in the
GMDSS and Recommendation ITU-R M.493-15 [2].
• Class H: provides minimum facilities for handheld VHF DSC distress, urgency and safety as well as routine
calling and reception as recommended by IMO MSC/Circ.803 [i.2] for non-SOLAS vessels participating in the
GMDSS and Recommendation ITU-R M.493-15 [2].
• Class M: provides minimum facilities for VHF Man Overboard devices as defined in Recommendation
ITU-R M.493-15 [2].
NOTE 1: Class A equipment may support the optional semi-automatic/automatic service in accordance with
Recommendations ITU-R M.689-3 [4], M.1082-1 [5] and M.493-15 [2], tables A1-4.10.1 and A1-4.10.2
and are encouraged to do so.
NOTE 2: Class D and Class E equipment may also support the optional semi-automatic/automatic service.
NOTE 3: Class D, Class E, Class H should provide a defined list of functions as a closed list for these classes of
equipment is the preferable approach to ensure safe and simple operation. Optional functions should be
avoided, with the intention to provide the same functionality of all equipment of one class.

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This document specifies evaluation methods of characteristics such as pressure, flow rate, temperature and system stability of fuel gas supply systems (FGSS), which are manufactured to use vaporized liquefied natural gas (LNG) or boil-off gas as fuel gas supply to the vessel's gas consumers. It is applicable to evaluate the performance of the LNG FGSS: (1) prior to delivery or after installation on board a ship, and (2) to assure the system characteristics are taken into account for the entire gas consumers during ship’s gas trial or sea trial.

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This document provides technical specifications to facilitate an efficient exchange of electronic information between ships and shore, for coastal transit or port calls. It specifies requirements for the safety, security and efficiency enhancement of information, related mainly to the relationships between the ship and the port and coastal state authorities. This document provides the definition of core data elements for use in electronic port clearance (EPC) messages. It does not define any structuring of messages nor provides any guidance on what information is required for a particular purpose; it is a general data dictionary for safety, security or operation-related maritime information. Details about message formats and applications are defined in ISO 28005-1. The data elements in this document is a superset of the data elements and the data model defined in the IMO Reference Data Model as specified in the IMO Compendium on Facilitation and Electronic Business. It also contains data elements from other IMO instruments as described in 4.1. The specifications in this document is compatible with the definitions in the IMO Reference Data Model and the mapping between ISO 28005 and the data element list in the IMO Reference Data Model is defined in Annex B.

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This document provides requirements and recommendations for the maintenance, use, storage, and inspection of pilot ladders.

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This document specifies performance and additional tests for high-pressure pumps in marine fuel gas supply systems (FGSS) supplying liquefied natural gas (LNG) to ships. It is applicable to positive displacement pumps (hereinafter "pumps") to assess the mechanical features of the pumps and their auxiliary devices.

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This document applies to light offshore cranes including their supporting pedestals and structures.
NOTE   The supporting pedestal and structures such as columns and boom rests are covered by this standard to the extent where their main purpose is to support the crane.
This document is applicable to light offshore cranes, whose structures are made of steel.
The following characteristics distinguish light offshore cranes from other types of offshore cranes:
-   maximum rated capacity 20 tonnes, maximum load moment 300 tm;
-   limitation for off-board lifting operation Hs = 2,0 m and wind speed 15 m/s (3s gust);
-   maximum number of working cycles class U3 (C ≤ 125.000) according to EN 13001-1.
This document gives requirements for all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to light offshore cranes, when used as intended and under conditions foreseen by the risk assessment (see Clause 4).
This document is not applicable for:
a)   transportation, assembly, disabling, scrapping or changing the configuration of the crane;
b)   non- fixed load lifting attachments, i.e. any item between the hook and the load;
c)   lifting operations in ambient temperatures below −20 °C;
d)   lifting operations in ambient temperatures above 45 °C;
e)   lifting operations involving more than one crane;
f)   accidental loads due to collisions or earthquakes;
g)   emergency personnel rescue operations (except training);
h)   subsea lifting operations;
i)   general purpose offshore cranes, floating cranes and motion compensated cranes.
This document is applicable for the lifting of personnel.
This document is applicable to light offshore cranes, which are manufactured after the date of approval by CEN of this document.

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The present document specifies technical characteristics and methods of measurements for radiolocation equipment
with the following characteristics:
• intended to operate in maritime dynamic positioning systems functioning with full duplex links having a
duplex separation of 30 MHz;
• operating in the 9 GHz frequency band;
• with an integral antenna.

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This document specifies requirements, methods of testing and required test results where
standards are needed to provide a basic level of protection against cyber incidents (i.e.
malicious attempts, which actually or potentially result in adverse consequences to equipment,
their networks or the information that they process, store or transmit) for:
a) shipborne radio equipment forming part of the global maritime distress and safety system
(GMDSS) mentioned in the International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) as
amended, and by the Torremolinos International Convention for the Safety of Fishing
Vessels as amended, and to other shipborne radio equipment, where appropriate;
b) shipborne navigational equipment mentioned in the International Convention for Safety of
Life at Sea (SOLAS) as amended, and by the Torremolinos International Convention for the
Safety of Fishing Vessels as amended,
c) other shipborne navigational aids, and Aids to Navigation (AtoN), where appropriate.
The document is organised as a series of modules dealing with different aspects. The document
considers both normal operation of equipment and the maintenance of equipment. For each
module, a statement is provided indicating whether the module applies during normal operation
or in maintenance mode.
Communication initiated from navigation or radiocommunication equipment outside of items a),
b) and c) above, for example ship side to other ship or shore side, are outside of the scope of
this document.
This document does not address cyber-hygiene checks, for example anti-malware scanning,
etc., performed outside of the cases defined in this document.

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This document specifies the requirements for the design, construction and installation of the following
types of DC and AC electrical systems, installed on small craft either individually or in combination:
a) extra-low-voltage direct current (DC) electrical systems that operate at nominal potentials of
50 V DC or less;
b) single-phase alternating current (AC) systems that operate at a nominal voltage not exceeding
AC 250 V.
This document does not cover the following:
— electrical propulsion systems of direct current less than 1 500 V DC, single-phase alternating
current up to 1 000 V AC, and three-phase alternating current up to 1 000 V AC, which are addressed
by ISO 16315;
— any conductor that is part of an outboard engine assembly and that does not extend beyond the
outboard engine manufacturers supplied cowling;
— three-phase AC installations that operate at a nominal voltage not exceeding 500 V AC, which are
addressed by IEC 60092-507.

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This document specifies requirements for the design, construction and installation of sewage treatment systems on small craft.
It does not address waste retention systems, nor accidental discharge prevention of pollutants (e.g. oil, fuel) overboard.
It does not address the technical discharge limits of a sewage treatment unit, subject to certain international as well as national regulations.

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This document specifies design, construction, installation and test requirements for remote mechanical
cable steering systems and the output ram interface point to rudders, jet drives, outboard and
sterndrive engines for small craft.
It is applicable to three distinct classes of steering systems for use on various types of craft:
— standard duty steering systems, for small craft with single and twin installations of outboard
engines with a total over 15 kW power, and with rudders, sterndrives, and water-jet drives;
— light duty steering systems, for small craft with a single outboard engine of 15 kW to 40 kW power;
— mini-jet steering systems, excluding personal watercraft.
NOTE Standard and light duty steering systems are mechanically interchangeable. A standard duty steering
system can be used on a craft designed for a light duty system. However, a light duty steering system cannot
be used on a craft that requires a standard duty steering system. Mini-jet steering systems are mechanically
differentiated from the previously mentioned systems and can only be used on mini-jet craft as defined in this
document.
This document does not address emergency means for steering the craft.

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This document specifies general requirements and physical tests for non-fire-resistant hoses for
conveying petrol or petrol blended with ethanol, and diesel fuel or diesel fuel blended with FAME,
designed for a working pressure not exceeding 0,34 MPa for hoses with inner diameter up to and
including 10 mm, and 0,25 MPa for hoses up to 63 mm inner diameter in small craft. .
It applies to hoses for small craft with permanently installed fuel systems.
Specifications for fire-resistant hoses are given in ISO 7840:2021. Specifications for permanently
installed fuel systems are given in ISO 10088:2013.

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This part of IEC 61924 specifies the minimum requirements for the design, manufacture,
integration, methods of testing and required test results for an integrated navigation system
(INS) to comply with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) requirements of Resolution
MSC.252(83), as amended by Resolution MSC.452(99). In addition, it takes account of IMO
Resolution A.694(17) to which IEC 60945 is associated. When a requirement in this document
is different from IEC 60945, the requirement of this document takes precedence.
For bridge alert management, IMO Resolution MSC.302(87) supersedes IMO Resolution
MSC.252(83). Accordingly, this document incorporates references to IEC 62923-1 and
IEC 62923-2 which are associated with Resolution MSC.302(87) for requirements and tests,
where applicable. This document indicates which requirements and associated tests of
MSC.252(83) have been superseded by MSC.302(87).
NOTE All text of this document whose wording is identical to that in IMO Resolution MSC.252(83), as amended by
MSC.452(99), is printed in italics and the Resolution and paragraph number indicated between brackets.

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IEC/IEEE 61886-1:2021 is applicable to single and three-phase wet-mateable and dry-mateable AC connectors, penetrators and jumper assemblies with rated voltages from 3 kV (Umax = 3,6 kV) to 30 kV (Umax = 36 kV). This document relates to the requirements and tests for products in the "as manufactured and supplied" condition. This document is not applicable to requirements and tests for products that have been subsequently installed, deployed or retrieved.

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This document specifies general requirements and physical tests for fire-resistant hoses for conveying
petrol or petrol blended with ethanol, and diesel fuel or diesel fuel blended with FAME, designed for a
working pressure not exceeding 0,34 MPa for hoses with inner diameter up to and including 10 mm,
and 0,25 MPa for hoses up to 63 mm inner diameter in small craft.
It applies to hoses for small craft with permanently installed fuel systems. It does not apply to hoses
entirely within the splash well at the stern of the craft connected directly to an outboard engine.
Specifications for non-fire-resistant fuel hoses are given in ISO 8469:2021. Specifications for
permanently installed fuel systems are given in ISO 10088:2013.

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This document specifies requirements for the uniform display of the information exhibited on the builder’s plate of small craft. Personal watercraft are excluded from the Scope of this document.

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This document specifies the items included in the maximum load of small craft, without exceeding the limits set by other ISOÂ standards for stability, freeboard, and flotation. It further sets requirements for seating and occupancy areas of crew members. Personal watercraft are excluded from the Scope of this document.

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This document specifies general terms for cargo securing systems on ships, as well as specific terms for cargo securing on container ships and on ro-ro ships. It is applicable to the design, manufacture, trade, teaching and other fields of cargo securing systems on ships. NOTEÂ Â Â Â Â ISO 3874 defines specific terms for handling and securing methods on series 1 freight containers.

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This document provides requirements and recommendations for the selection and installation of lithium-ion batteries for boats. It applies to lithium-ion batteries and to battery systems with a capacity greater than 600Â Wh, installed on small craft for providing power for general electrical loads and/or to electric propulsion systems. It is primarily intended for manufacturers and battery installers.

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This document specifies the basic dimensions of PN 10 flanged connections for bunker fuel and lubricating oil transfer to ships from bunkering vessels or onshore facilities, and the technical requirements for the design of such connections. This document is not applicable to connections of the ship's fuel system for the reception of liquefied natural gas.

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