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 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 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 provides a powerful decision-making tool for persons that either have clear professional development goals or have uncertainties related to the progression of their career paths, including minimum education and training requirements for a given occupation so that candidates can take the necessary steps to meet their goals. This document seeks to assist professionals in (or those who would like to enter) the maritime sector, on board or ashore, in determining what they would like to achieve professionally, establishing how to get there through this proactive tool, taking into consideration — personal circumstances and academic background, — previous work experiences, knowledge and skills, — short, medium and long-term ambitions, — changing education and training requirements resulting from continual industry evolution, — current and future job opportunities, — impact of technology, and — shifting personal interests, attitudes, abilities and goals. This document helps identify potential jobs within the maritime industry, on board and ashore, in order to provide alternative career paths.

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This document provides terms, abbreviations and graphical symbols for use in maritime navigation on board ships. Symbols for use in mathematical formulae are also given, as applicable.

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This document specifies technical requirements for systems designed to detect a person who has gone overboard from a ship. This document does not cover man overboard (MOB) detection systems that require the passengers or crew to wear or carry a device to trigger an MOB event.

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This document specifies general design principles for shipboard safety signs, fire control plan signs, markings and notices intended to communicate safety-related information to persons on board ships.

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This document establishes a uniform, safe and consistent approach to the in-field competence assessment of personnel for the maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. It also provides the necessary information for interested parties to grant authorization, effectively evaluate and audit training, supporting the IMO Requirements, Section 3. It specifies the Level 2 in-field initial and ongoing competence assessment for personnel certified by a manufacturer or an authorized service provider to carry out maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. The training an individual receives whilst following a development process is covered in ISO/PAS 23678-2 and ISO/PAS 23678-3. The competence requirements contained in this document provide a clear description of performance in-field in respect to: a) what practitioners are expected to do; b) the underpinning knowledge and skills they require to enable them to do what is expected; c) how they can demonstrate what is expected of them; d) how their performance can be assessed. This document is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO/PAS 23678-1, ISO/PAS 23678-2 and ISO/PAS 23678-4. This document is applicable to the following types of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats), rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. Survival craft types: a) single fall totally enclosed lifeboats with sprinkler and air systems; b) twin fall totally enclosed lifeboats with sprinkler and air systems; c) partially enclosed lifeboats; d) tender lifeboats; e) freefall lifeboats; f) open lifeboat; g) inflatable rescue boats; h) rigid rescue boats; i) semi ridged inflatable rescue boats; j) rigid fast rescue boats; k) rigid inflatable fast rescue boats. Survival craft propulsion system types: a) inboard diesel engines; b) outboard engines; c) propeller drives; d) jet drives. Davit types: a) gravity single and twin fall outrigger; b) hydraulic single pivoting/luffing; c) hydraulic multi pivot/luffing; d) telescopic; e) gravity roller track; f) gravity free fall primary; g) free fall hydraulic secondary; h) A-frame hydraulic; i) single arm slewing (manual, electric); j) davits with stored power systems. Winch types: a) twin drum; b) single drum; c) gravity-lowering, electric hoisting; d) gravity-lowering hydraulic hoisting; e) hydraulic hoisting and lowering. Hook release system types: a) on-load/off load(load not over centre); b) on-load/offload (load over centre); c) off load; d) freefall hydraulic; e) automatic.

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This document establishes a uniform, safe and consistent approach to training and assessment of personnel to enable them to establish and maintain the required competencies in relation to maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. It also provides the necessary information for interested parties to grant authorization, effectively evaluate and audit training, supporting the IMO Requirements, Section 3. It specifies the initial training programme for personnel certified by a manufacture or by an authorized service provider to carry out maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. This document specifies the training requirements for Initial Service Technician training only. This document is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO/PAS 23678-1, ISO/PAS 23678-3 and ISO/PAS 23678-4. This document is applicable to the following types of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats), rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. Survival craft types: a) single fall totally enclosed lifeboats with sprinkler and air systems; b) twin fall totally enclosed lifeboats with sprinkler and air systems; c) partially enclosed lifeboats; d) tender lifeboats; e) freefall lifeboats; f) open lifeboat; g) inflatable rescue boats; h) rigid rescue boats; i) semi ridged inflatable rescue boats; j) rigid fast rescue boats; k) rigid inflatable fast rescue boats. Survival craft propulsion system types: a) inboard diesel engines; b) outboard engines; c) propeller drives; d) jet drives. Davit types: a) gravity single and twin fall outrigger; b) hydraulic single pivoting/luffing; c) hydraulic multi pivot/luffing; d) telescopic; e) gravity roller track; f) gravity free fall primary; g) free fall hydraulic secondary; h) A-frame hydraulic; i) single arm slewing (manual, electric); j) davits with stored power systems. Winch types: a) twin drum; b) single drum; c) gravity lowering, electric hoisting; d) gravity lowering, hydraulic hoisting; e) hydraulic hoisting and lowering. Hook release system types: a) on-load/off load(load not over centre); b) on-load/offload (load over centre); c) off load; d) freefall hydraulic; e) automatic.

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This document establishes a uniform, safe and consistent approach to training personnel to enable them to establish and maintain the required competencies in relation to maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. It also provides the necessary information for interested parties to grant authorization and effectively evaluate and audit training, supporting the IMO Requirements, Section 3. It describes the competence route, resources, facilities and certification requirements for personnel trained by a manufacturer or by an authorized service provider to carry out maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. This document also sets out the competence route of the candidate, and the resources that the training provider needs to deliver the training. This document is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO/PAS 23678-2, ISO/PAS 23678-3 and ISO/PAS 23678-4.

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This document establishes a uniform, safe and consistent approach to the technical training of personnel for the maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. It also provides the necessary information for interested parties to grant authorization, effectively evaluate and audit training, supporting the IMO Requirements, Section 3. It specifies the training requirements for the Level 1 controlled environment education and technical training for personnel certified by a manufacturer or an authorized service provider to carry out maintenance, thorough examination, operational testing, overhaul and repair of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats) and rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. The Level 1 training is split into two Stages, both covered in this document: — Stage 1, Service Technician technical controlled environment education and training, has five modules that consist of classroom-based theory followed by practical sessions. The five modules encompass the scope and range of technical knowledge and skills required to assume type specific design coverage of survival craft, release systems, davits and winches. The modules focus on supporting the requirements in part of the IMO Requirements, paragraphs 8.1, 8.2.1.1-8.2.1.6, 8.2.2, and 8.2.3. — Stage 2, Service Technician technical controlled environment experience and assessment, where candidates undertake a minimum of four supervised scenarios-based practical exercises assessments covering the range of type specific complete systems for which they will be certified. This document is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO/PAS 23678-1, ISO/PAS 23678-2 and ISO/PAS 23678-4. This document is applicable to the following types of lifeboats (including free-fall lifeboats), rescue boats (including fast rescue boats), launching appliances and release gear. Survival craft types: a) single fall totally enclosed lifeboats with sprinkler and air systems; b) twin fall totally enclosed lifeboats with sprinkler and air systems; c) partially enclosed lifeboats; d) tender lifeboats; e) freefall lifeboats; f) open lifeboat; g) inflatable rescue boats; h) rigid rescue boats; i) semi ridged inflatable rescue boats; j) rigid fast rescue boats; k) rigid inflatable fast rescue boats. Survival craft propulsion system types: a) inboard diesel engines; b) outboard engines; c) propeller drives; d) jet drives. Davit types: a) gravity single and twin fall outrigger; b) hydraulic single pivoting/luffing; c) hydraulic multi pivot/luffing; d) telescopic; e) gravity roller track; f) gravity free fall primary; g) free fall hydraulic secondary; h) A-frame hydraulic; i) single arm slewing (manual, electric); j) davits with stored power systems. Winch types: a) twin drum; b) single drum; c) gravity-lowering, electric hoisting; d) gravity-lowering hydraulic hoisting; e) hydraulic hoisting and lowering. Hook release system types: a) on-load/off load (load not over centre); b) on-load/offload (load over centre); c) off load; d) freefall hydraulic; e) automatic.

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This document specifies performance requirements and gives recommendations for the design of breathing air supply and CO2 absorption systems of manned submersibles, capable of maintaining suitable life support conditions in the manned compartments. It is applicable to manned submersibles where the internal pressure of the manned compartment is normally maintained at or near to one atmosphere. It is not applicable to submersibles where the occupants endure pressures higher than one atmosphere (such as in diving bells, for example). It is not applicable to submersibles designed to carry passengers or divers in a separate compartment capable of being pressurised to higher than one atmosphere inside the pressure hull (such as in submarine rescue compartments, for example).

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This document specifies a test method for the hydrostatic pressure test for pressure hull and buoyancy materials of submersibles. The test sequence comprises a tightness test and the hydrostatic pressure test itself. It can also include continuous pressurization and depressurization tests, long-term static load and cycling external pressure tests. This document is applicable to the pressure structure of manned submersibles and unmanned submersibles, including the pressure hull, its accessories (such as viewports, hatches and connectors) and buoyancy materials. The long-term static load and cycling external pressure tests are only applicable to buoyancy material. This document is not applicable to submarines and other submersibles parking or operating underwater for more than one week.

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This document specifies requirements for the general performance, materials, stowage, marking and testing of recovery devices and systems, including specific appliances. It also specifies requirements for the manufacturer concerning production, type approvals, instructions for use and accompanying documentation. It is intended to assist in the selection of ship-specific recovery devices suitable for the purpose of safely recovering persons from the water or from survival craft.

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This document provides specifications for a test of marine evacuation systems (MES) under conditions of icing in support of the requirement in paragraph 6.2.2.1.8 of the International Life-saving Appliance (LSA) Code.

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This document specifies a procedure for the verification of portable power measurement equipment using a strain gauge in the laboratory. The power measurement equipment verified in accordance with this document can be used on merchant ships.

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This International Standard deals with performance requirements for protective paint systems for offshore and related structures (i.e. those exposed to the marine atmosphere, as well as those immersed in sea or brackish water). Such structures are exposed to environments of corrosivity category CX (offshore) and immersion category Im4 as defined in ISO 12944-2, with special stresses as given in 4.3 and Annex B of ISO 12944-2:1998. ISO 12944-9 can also be used for other structures, provided that the paints or protective paint systems selected comply with this International Standard.
This International Standard places emphasis on high-durability paint systems, with the aim of minimizing maintenance and hence reducing safety considerations and environmental impact.
The temperature range applicable for these paint systems is considered to be between -20 °C and +120 °C, and the performance testing is aimed at verifying suitability of the paint systems for this temperature range. The use of paint systems outside this temperature range shall be subject to agreement by the end user. Such agreement may include testing at the applicable temperatures.
The paint systems for submerged service (Im4) are aimed at ambient operating temperatures up to a maximum of 50 °C. For higher operating temperatures, specific evaluation and performance documentation is needed. The selection of performance requirements should be considered in conjunction with the cathodic protection design parameters.

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ISO 21984:2018 gives guidelines for the measurement, evaluation and reporting of vibration with regard to habitability for all persons on board ships satisfying one or both of the following conditions: a) 2-stroke cycle, long-stroke, low-speed diesel engine directly coupled to the fixed-pitch propulsion propeller is installed. b) length of deck house (L) is limited as compared with its height (H) (i.e. deck house of around 1,0 and above in slenderness ratio of H to L). An example of length of deck house (L) and its height (H) for slenderness ratio is shown in Annex A. Overall frequency-weighted r.m.s. vibration values in the frequency range 1 Hz to 80 Hz are given as guidance values for different spaces on ships. ISO 21984:2018 is applicable to specific ships with intended voyages of 24 h or more. ISO 21984:2018 specifies requirements for the instrumentation and the procedure of measurement in normally occupied spaces. It also contains analysis specifications and guidelines for the evaluation of ship vibration with respect to habitability. This document is not applicable to machinery spaces, other than engine control rooms, where persons do not stay for prolonged periods of time. ISO 20283‑5 is generally applicable to all ships. Requirements for measurement, evaluation and reporting of vibration with regard to habitability for all persons on board passenger and merchant ships, including specific ships to which this document may also be applicable can be found in ISO 20283‑5. This document is neither complementary nor additional but supplementary to ISO 20283‑5. The shipbuilder can select either this document or ISO 20283‑5 to apply to any specific ship upon due consideration to individual design conditions of the ship and, if any, experience in building sister or similar ships, and that particular selection is intended to be agreed on by the shipowner. The evaluation of low-frequency ship motion which can result in motion sickness is covered by ISO 2631‑1. For the evaluation of the global structural vibration of a ship, however, see ISO 20283‑2.

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The purpose of ISO 20154:2017 is to provide general guidelines on the design of ship vibration isolation based on the basic methodology of vibration isolation for shipboard machinery, for example, auxiliary engine, compressor, fan, pump, etc. A well-designed vibration isolation system can significantly reduce the vibration transmission from shipboard machinery to ship structures lowering the noise level onboard the ship or the underwater noise radiated from the ship.

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ISO 20155:2017 specifies a test method for determining flow induced in-pipe noise source characteristics of a ship-used pump as a two-port sound source in laboratory conditions by measuring acoustic pressures in the pipe reaches of inlet and outlet. The test method is applicable to all types of centrifugal pumps with a diameter over 50 mm operating under steady conditions. The suitable frequency range of the test method is about 10 Hz to 1 000 Hz, and the upper frequency is dependent on the inner diameter of the pipe, in which the plane acoustic wave propagates.

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ISO 19891-1:2017 provides specifications on performance, gases to be measured, sensitivities, indications, alarm levels, protection against shock, temperature and water ingress, and testing requirements of portable gas detectors used for atmosphere testing of enclosed spaces onboard ships prior to entry into those spaces. ISO 19891-1:2017 specifies suitable portable gas detectors for compliance with SOLAS regulation XI-1/7 "Atmosphere testing instrument for enclosed spaces", and may be used for deciding whether portable gas detectors available on the market are suitable for compliance with these SOLAS requirements. NOTE 1 SOLAS regulation XI-1/7 requires appropriate portable atmosphere testing instrument or instruments to be carried onboard ships, by 1 July 2016. The SOLAS regulation requires, as a minimum, the appropriate portable atmosphere testing instrument or instruments to be capable of measuring concentrations of oxygen, flammable gases or vapours, hydrogen sulphide and carbon monoxide prior to entry into enclosed spaces. For the purpose of measurement of concentrations of flammable gases or vapours, this document specifies the flammable gas as either "methane" or "propane and butane", and requires clear marking of types of flammable gases which can be measured by the portable gas detectors. Flammable vapours/gases which are not marked cannot be measured or detected by the portable gas detector. NOTE 2 Iso-butane is an alternative calibration gas of portable gas detectors in measuring propane and butane. ISO 19891-1:2017 does not give any indication of toxicity of the flammable gases.

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ISO 16707:2016 specifies a procedure for the evaluation and determination of the capacity of a marine evacuation system as required by the International Maritime Organization Life-Saving Appliance Code (LSA Code) and as an alternative to the procedure specified in Resolution MSC.81(70) part 1/12.6.1.

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ISO 16706:2016 specifies a calculation method for the application of a static load test to the structural attachment of marine evacuation systems to ships.

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ISO 29404:2015 specifies content and format of the messages initiating and controlling the physical movement of wind turbine generator (WTG) components from suppliers to the construction site during the construction phase as well as for repair and maintenance purposes. ISO 29404:2015 is applicable to all organizations involved in the production, transportation, storage and installation of WTG parts and related components. This International Standard is not intended to be applied to substations. Messages described in this International Standard covers only the operational aspects of logistics and therefore this International Standard will represent only one aspect of the entire information flow. ISO 29404:2015 does not specify the technical implementation of appropriate IT products. It rather provides an approach based on the EPC Information System (EPCIS) standard and describes the usage of extension mechanisms provided by the EPCIS standard for the exchange of information in the offshore wind supply chain. It aims at standardizing the exchange of essential logistic information. This International Standard specifies elementary informational needs of involved parties in the offshore supply chain and defines mechanisms for the exchange of this information via the EPCIS. Due to the high degree of specialization along different offshore supply chains, partners exchanging information might require mechanisms for personalizing according to their individual demands. The underlying extendable EPCIS concept allows end users and industry consortiums to extend and to refine the information exchange. These extensions might go far beyond the basic information exchange described in this International Standard.

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The intent of ISO 18215:2015 is to provide guidance to ship design and operational personnel (crew) on the critical issues to consider regarding machinery, prior to and during vessel operations in the extreme conditions of the Earth's polar regions. This International Standard is intended to supplement the IMO Code for Ships Operating in Polar Waters and the IACS UR "I", Requirements Concerning Polar Class. Although the application of this International Standard is primarily concerned only for ships operating in polar regions, some of the design considerations and planning might need to be implemented during construction or in a shipyard environment.

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The primary purpose of speed and power trials is to determine a ship's performance in terms of ship's speed, power and propeller shaft speed under prescribed ship's conditions and thereby verify the satisfactory attainment of a ship's speed stipulated by EEDI regulations and/or contract. ISO 15016:2015 defines and specifies the following procedures to be applied in the preparation, execution, analysis and reporting of speed trials for ships, with reference to the effects which may have an influence upon the speed, power and propeller shaft speed relationship: · the responsibility of each party involved, · the trial preparations, · the ship's condition, · the limiting weather and sea conditions, · the trial procedure, · the execution of the trial, · the measurements required, · the data acquisition and recording, · the procedures for the evaluation and correction, · the processing of the results. The contracted ship's speed and the ship's speed for EEDI are determined for stipulated conditions and at specific draughts (contract draught and/or EEDI draught). For EEDI, the environmental conditions are: no wind, no waves, no current and deep water of 15°C. Normally, such stipulated conditions are unlikely to be experienced in part or in full during the actual trials. In practice, certain corrections for the environmental conditions such as water depth, surface wind, waves, current and deviating ship draught, have to be considered. For this purpose, during the speed and power trials, not only are shaft power and ship's speed measured, but also relevant ship data and environmental conditions. The applicability of ISO 15016:2015 is limited to ships of the displacement type.

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ISO 17907:2014 specifies the technical requirements and test methods for the equipment necessary for the ships intended to use single point mooring (hereinafter referred to as "SPM") arrangements, such as bow chain stoppers, bow fairleads, and pedestal rollers. ISO 17907:2014 is applicable to the SPM arrangements provided for tankers, gas carriers, and chemical vessels.

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This European Standard defines the general criteria and recommendations for cathodic protection of immersed external ship hulls and appurtenances. This European Standard does not cover safety and environmental protection aspects associated with cathodic protection. Relevant national or international regulations and classification society requirements apply.

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This European Standard covers the general principles of cathodic protection when applied in seawater, brackish waters and marine mud. It is intended to be an introduction, to provide a link between the theoretical aspects and the practical applications, and to constitute a support to the other European Standards devoted to cathodic protection of steel structures in seawater.
This European Standard specifies the criteria required for cathodic protection. It provides recommendations and information on reference electrodes, design considerations and prevention of the secondary effects of cathodic protection.
The practical applications of cathodic protection in seawater are covered by the following standards:
-   EN 12495, Cathodic protection for fixed steel offshore structures;
-   EN ISO 13174, Cathodic protection of harbour installations (ISO 13174);
-   EN 12496, Galvanic anodes for cathodic protection in seawater and saline mud;
-   EN 13173, Cathodic protection for steel offshore floating structures;
-   EN 16222, Cathodic protection of ship hulls;
-   EN 12474, Cathodic protection of submarine pipelines;
-   ISO 15589 2, Petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries - Cathodic protection of pipeline transportation systems - Part 2: Offshore pipelines.
For cathodic protection of steel reinforced concrete whether exposed to seawater or to the atmosphere, EN ISO 12696 applies.

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ISO 24409-3:2014 is intended to provide for the consistent use of shipboard safety and fire control plan signs, guidance on their location and size, and for the use of appropriate graphical symbols and supplementary text to furnish additional directional information. ISO 24409-3:2014 does not apply to low-location lighting systems (or components of such systems) which are covered in ISO 15370.

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ISO 24409-2:­2014 prescribes standardized signs and safety notices specifically for use on board ships. Each sign is categorized and indexed according to the safety message that is to be conveyed. Each sign is provided with relevant information on the preferred format of use, the context in which it is used and displayed as well as a description of the intended audience. The shape and colour required to be used for each sign, as prescribed by ISO 3864-4, are given together with the graphical symbols contained within each sign. ISO 24409-2:2014 specifies the sign originals that may be scaled for reproduction and application purposes. It includes signs which require supplementary text signs to be used in conjunction with them to improve comprehension. This catalogue is intended to be under continual revision as new shipboard signs and notices are added and as new requirements are identified and corresponding safety signs and notices are developed and standardised. Where an ISO 7010 reference number is given in ISO 24409-2:2014 it means that the sign is identical to the one in ISO 7010.

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1.1   General
This European Standard defines the general criteria and recommendations for cathodic protection of immersed external ship hulls and appurtenances.
This European Standard does not cover safety and environmental protection aspects associated with cathodic protection. Relevant national or international regulations and classification society requirements apply.
1.2   Structures
This European Standard covers the cathodic protection of the underwater hulls of ships, boats and other self propelled floating vessels generally used in seawater together with their appurtenances such as rudders, propellers, shafts and stabilisers.
It also covers the cathodic protection of thrusters, sea chests and water intakes (up to the first valve).
It does not cover the protection of internal surfaces such as ballast tanks.
It does not cover steel offshore floating structures which are covered in EN 13173.
1.3   Materials
This European Standard covers the cathodic protection of ship hulls fabricated principally from carbon manganese steels including appurtenances of other ferrous or non-ferrous alloys such as stainless steels and copper alloys, etc.
This European Standard applies to both coated and bare hulls; most hulls are coated.
The cathodic protection system should be designed to ensure that there is a complete control over any galvanic coupling.
This European Standard does not cover the cathodic protection of hulls principally made of other materials such as aluminium alloys, stainless steels or concrete.
1.4   Environment
This European Standard is applicable to the hull and appurtenances in seawater and all waters which could be found during a ship’s world-wide deployment.

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ISO 16548:2012 gives guidance on towing procedures for cargo ships and passenger ships in emergency situations subject to SOLAS Regulation II-1/3-4.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for the LPG propulsion systems on craft with hull lengths less than or equal to 24 meters, as defined by Directive 94/25/EEC. This European Standard does not cover appliances with directly attached gas cylinders, such as portable self-contained camping stoves and portable gas lamps. This European Standard is not intended to regulate technical requirements for LPG cylinders, which are subject to national regulations.

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ISO 30004:2012 provides generic advice on the application of ISO 30000:2009. It explains the underlying principles of ISO 30000 and describes the intent, typical inputs, processes and typical outputs, for each requirement of ISO 30000. This is to aid in the understanding and implementation of ISO 30000. ISO 30004:2012 does not create additional requirements to those specified in ISO 30000, nor does it prescribe mandatory approaches to the implementation of ISO 30000.

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1.1 This International Standard specifies requirements, test methods and performance criteria for resettable oil mist detectors for use in fire hazard alarm systems installed on marine vessels. Oil mist detectors may be installed where an identified risk of fire caused by ignition of flammable liquids, such as hydraulic, fuel and lubricating oil systems, exists. 1.2 This International Standard specifies requirements for the following detectors: — point type detectors employing a point aspirating sampling device or relying on dispersion of oil mist; — aspirating detectors, whereby the sampling point is separated from the sensing unit(s) and uses a pipe network for carrying the sampling air to the sensing unit(s); — open path or beam type detectors, whereby the concept of the point detector is expanded to a sampling path which can be 20 m or more, as opposed to a few centimeters in the point type detector. 1.3 For the testing of other types of detector working on different principles, this International Standard is only for guidance. Detectors with special characteristics and developed for specific risks, as well as those

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This International Standard provides guidance to shipowners in the selection of a ship recycling facility. In order to ensure as far as possible that vessels are recycled in a safe and environmentally sound manner, shipowners need to consider to which ship recycling facilities they wish to sell their ships, and it is therefore important that ship recycling facilities provide certain objective information to assist in this selection process. Ship recycling facilities that are unwilling to provide this information on request by the shipowner cannot be objectively assessed. Since the shipowner might not be able to verify the information given, it is the sole responsibility of the ship recycling facilities to ensure that such information is correct. However, it is important that shipowners be critical in their consideration of any such information, and aware that some facilities might publish obviously false information or give contradictory data that make it apparent that the information supplied does not reflect reality. In such cases the facilities cannot be objectively assessed. It applies to the process of selecting a ship recycling facility and the use of a pro forma contract. It does not consider other aspects of ship recycling which are covered by other standards of the ISO 30000 series. This International Standard is applicable to shipowners who wish a) to select a ship recycling facility in order to carry out safe and environmentally sound ship recycling, b) to demonstrate conformity with the ISO 30000 series, and c) to ensure themselves that the ship recycling facility chosen is in conformity with the ISO 30000 series. This International Standard does not limit shipowners to selling to or recycling at facilities that have ISO 30000 certification.

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ISO 30005:2012 provides guidance for the management, communication, and maintenance of information in an effective, standardized, and compatible manner in accordance with the requirements of the Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships.

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ISO 30006:2010 provides requirements for diagrams to show the location of hazardous materials onboard ships. Such diagrams help ship recyclers understand an inventory of hazardous materials, a document that is required by the Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships, 2009. ISO 30006:2010 is also helpful to any person required to prepare an inventory.

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ISO 30007:2010 provides effective methods for minimizing the dangers of asbestos during ship recycling, reducing both the release of asbestos into the environment and worker exposure to asbestos. It helps ship recyclers to fulfil the requirements of The Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships, 2009.

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ISO 30003:2009 contains principles and requirements for bodies providing the audit and certification of ship recycling management systems according to management system standards and standards such as ISO 30000.

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ISO 17338:2009 specifies the design and layout of drawings for indicating the fire rating of thermal and structural boundaries (divisions) for fire protection of ships.

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This International Standard specifies requirements for a management system to enable a ship recycling facility to develop and implement procedures, policies and objectives in order to be able to undertake safe and environmentally sound ship recycling operations in accordance with national and international standards. The management system requirements take into account the relevant legal requirements, safety standards and environmental elements that the ship recycling facility needs to identify and comply with in order to carry out safe and environmentally sound ship recycling. This International Standard applies to the entire process: accepting a ship for recycling by the facility; assessing the hazards onboard the ship; identifying and complying with any applicable notification and import requirements for ships to be recycled; carrying out the recycling process in a safe and environmentally sound manner; conducting required training; ensuring the availability of social amenities (e.g. first aid, health checks, food and beverages); storage and processing of materials and wastes from the ship; waste stream and recycling stream management, including contractual agreements; and documentation controls for the process, including any applicable notification of the final disposal of the vessel. This International Standard is applicable to any ship recycling facility that wishes to: establish, implement, maintain and improve a safe and environmentally sound management system for the recycling of ships; assure itself of conformity with its stated safe and environmentally sound management policy; demonstrate conformity with this International Standard by making a self-determination and self-declaration, or seeking confirmation of its conformance by parties having an interest in the facility such as customers, or seeking confirmation of its self-declaration by a party external to the organization, or seeking certification/registration of its management system by an external organization. All the requirements of this International Standard are intended to be incorporated into the management systems of any ship recycling facility. In order to be in compliance with this International Standard, the management systems will address all requirements. A comparison of this International Standard and the planned IMO International Convention for the safe and environmentally sound recycling of ships is given in Annex A.

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ISO 20283-2:2008 gives guidelines, and specifies requirements and procedures for the measurement, diagnostic evaluation and reporting of structural vibration of ships, excited by the propulsion plant. Structural vibration can be of global or of local nature. Here, primarily global vibration is dealt with. Local vibration of deck structures from a habitability point of view is dealt with in ISO 6954. Occurrence of local vibration leading to fatigue damage is rare and strongly related to the individual configuration. Therefore, no general guideline for the measurement of such type of vibration is provided within the scope of ISO 20283 (all parts). For reference, some basic information regarding the design of structures with respect to local structural vibration is provided. ISO 20283-2:2008 does not consider transient ship vibration phenomena, e.g., as excited by slamming. Even though torsional shaft or crankshaft vibration may in some cases cause relevant structural vibration, they are not considered here. In this connection, reference can be made to the relevant classification rules and ISO 20283-4.

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ISO 27991:2008 specifies means of communication between a marine evacuation system (MES) embarkation station and the platform or survival craft secured to the end of system passage as required by SOLAS regulation III/6.4.4.

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EN 12473 covers the general principles of cathodic protection when applied in seawater, brackish waters and marine mud. It is intended to be an introduction, to provide a link between the theoretical aspects and the practical applications, and to constitute a support to the other European Standards devoted to cathodic protection of steel structures in seawater. This European Standard specifies the criteria required for cathodic protection. It provides recommendations and information on reference electrodes, design considerations and prevention of the secondary effects of cathodic protection. The practical applications of cathodic protection in seawater are covered by the following standards: - EN 12495, Cathodic protection for fixed steel offshore structures; - EN ISO 13174, Cathodic protection of harbour installations (ISO 13174); - EN 12496, Galvanic anodes for cathodic protection in seawater and saline mud; - EN 13173, Cathodic protection for steel offshore floating structures; - EN 16222, Cathodic protection of ship hulls; - EN 12474, Cathodic protection of submarine pipelines; - ISO 15589-2, Petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries - Cathodic protection of pipeline transportation systems - Part 2: Offshore pipelines. For cathodic protection of steel reinforced concrete whether exposed to seawater or to the atmosphere, EN ISO 12696 applies.

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