This document defines the dimensions, local design pressures and global loads acting on multihull
craft with a hull length (LH) or load line length of up to 24 m (see Note). It considers all parts of the
craft that are assumed watertight or weathertight when assessing stability, freeboard and buoyancy in
accordance with ISO 12217 (all parts). Scantlings corresponding to the local design pressures are then
assessed using ISO 12215-5.
NOTE The load line length is defined in the OMI "International Load Lines Convention 1966/2005", it can
be smaller than LH for craft with overhangs. This length also sets up at 24 m the lower limit of several IMO
conventions.
This document is applicable to multihulls built from the same materials as in ISO 12215-5, in intact
condition, and of the two following types:
— recreational craft, including recreational charter vessels;
— commercial craft and workboats.
It is not applicable to multihull racing craft designed only for professional racing.
This document is applicable to the structures supporting windows, portlights, hatches, deadlights
and doors.
For the complete scantlings of the craft, this document is intended to be used in conjunction with
ISO 12215-8 for rudders, ISO 12215-9 for appendages of sailing craft and ISO 12215-10 for rig loads and
rig attachment in sailing craft. ISO 12215-6 can be used for additional details.
Throughout this document, unless otherwise specified, dimensions are in (m), areas in (m2), masses
in (kg), forces in (N), moments in (Nm), Pressures in (kN/m2) (1 kN/m2 = 1 kPa), stresses and elastic
modulus in (N/mm2) (1 N/mm2 = 1 MPa).

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This document specifies methods for the determination of:
— the design loads and design stresses on rig elements; and
— the loads and scantlings of rig attachments and mast steps/pillars;
on monohull and multihulls sailing craft.
It also gives, in Annexes, "established practices" for the assessment of mast steps/pillars or chainplates
NOTE 1 Other engineering methods can be used provided the design loads and design stresses are used.
This document is applicable to craft with a hull length LH up to 24 m but it can also be applied to craft up
to 24 m load line length.
NOTE 2 The load line length is defined in the OMI "International Load Lines Convention 1966/2005", it is
smaller than LH. This length also sets up, at 24 m, the lower limit of several IMO conventions.
Scantlings derived from this document are primarily intended to apply to recreational craft, including
charter vessels.
This document is not applicable to racing craft designed only for professional racing.
This document only considers the loads exerted when sailing. Any loads that may result from other
situations are not considered in this document.
Throughout this document, and unless otherwise specified, dimensions are in (m), areas in (m2), masses
in (kg), forces in (N), moments in (N m), stresses and elastic modulus in N/mm2 (1 N / mm2 = 1 Mpa).
Unless otherwise stated, the craft is assessed in fully loaded ready for use condition.

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This document provides a laboratory test method to determine the skin-friction of antifouling paints coated on drums. The results of the laboratory-tested friction of painted drums over a certain period of time can be used for screening of antifouling paints and characterizing changes in friction for different antifouling paints, amongst other applications and other purposes depending on the user's need. This document is applicable to both biocidal-based and biocide-free antifouling paints.

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This document specifies a full-scale test method for propeller cavitation observation and hull pressure measurement. The objective of the test is to investigate the propeller cavitation behaviour and its effects on the hull vibration problems. The test method comprises the specification of the test instrumentation and implementation, construction requirements to ensure structural safety, test and measurement procedures, and reporting documentation. This document is applicable to ships in the following stages: — before or during sea-trial, prior to delivery stage (vessels under constructions), and — after delivery stage.

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This document applies to boarding stairs for inland navigation vessels. Boarding stairs are used on inland navigation vessels for a safe transition into ship's boats, safe disembarking to the shore or a safe crossing over onto vessels with lower decks.
This document specifies safety requirements on the design, dimensions and strength and test methods.
Boarding stairs are designed for vessels having a boarding height greater than 1,5 m above the light water-line. They can be used up to a height of around 3,0 m above the light water-line.
Boarding stairs are not intended for use by passengers.

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This document is applicable to stanchions and holders of tiltable and detachable railings (railing type CT and CD according to EN 711 in work areas) for inland navigation vessels. These railings are situated in the side deck areas, where a permanently fitted railing can be an obstacle for loading/discharging operations.
The stanchions are designed for use with handrails and intermediate guardrails made of wire ropes.
Dimensions marked with a ● are safety dimensions and correspond to the stipulations in EN 711.

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This document applies to outboard ladders for inland navigation vessels. Outboard ladders are used on inland navigation vessels having great side heights to facilitate safe climbing into ship's boats, safe disembarking or safe crossing over onto vessels in the case of significantly different boarding heights.
This document specifies safety requirements on design, dimensions and strength and test conditions for outboard ladders.
Outboard ladders are intended for that range where removable boarding stairs according to EN 1502 are not sufficient in length. This range starts at a boarding height of approximately at 2,80 m above the light water-line.
Boarding ladders are not intended for use by passengers.

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This document applies to outboard ladders for inland navigation vessels. Outboard ladders are used on inland navigation vessels having great side heights to facilitate safe climbing into ship's boats, safe disembarking or safe crossing over onto vessels in the case of significantly different boarding heights.
This document specifies safety requirements on design, dimensions and strength and test conditions for outboard ladders.
Outboard ladders are intended for that range where boarding stairs according to EN 1502 are not sufficient in length. This range starts at a boarding height of approximately at 2,8 m above the light water-line.
Boarding ladders are not intended for use by passengers.

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This document is applicable to stanchions and holders of tiltable and detachable railings (railing type CT and CD according to EN 711 in work areas) for inland navigation vessels. These railings are situated in the side deck areas, where a permanently fitted railing can be an obstacle for loading/discharging operations.
The stanchions are designed for use with handrails and intermediate guardrails made of wire ropes.

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This document applies to boarding stairs for inland navigation vessels. Boarding stairs are used on inland navigation vessels for a safe transition into ship's boats, safe disembarking to the shore or a safe crossing over onto vessels with lower decks.
This document specifies safety requirements on the design, dimensions and strength and test methods for outboard stairs.
Boarding stairs are designed for vessels having a boarding height greater than 1,5 m above the light water-line. They can be used up to a height of around 3,0 m above the light water-line.
Boarding stairs are not intended for use by passengers.

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This document specifies dimensions, materials, quality of manufacture and finish for guardrails and stanchions fitted on exposed freeboard and superstructure decks of cargo ships to prevent personnel falling overboard or to lower decks. It is not applicable to guardrails fitted near compasses.

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This document specifies general requirements, the installation and the activation of the gas supply system of inflatable buoyancy support systems, which serve residual buoyancy for damaged ships not to sink or capsize, and which can be installed in machinery spaces and/or cargo holds. It is intended to ensure the functions of the gas supply system, which uses a gas media, such as an asphyxiant, to inflate the buoyancy chamber of the inflatable buoyancy support systems.

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This document specifies general requirements, the materials and test methods for the buoyancy chamber of inflatable buoyancy support systems, which serve residual buoyancy for damaged ships not to sink or capsize, and which can be installed in machinery spaces and/or cargo holds.

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This document defines the dimensions, design local pressures, mechanical properties and design
stresses for the scantlings determination of monohull small craft with a hull length (LH) or a load line
length (see NOTE 1) of up to 24 m. It considers all parts of the craft that are assumed to be watertight or
weathertight when assessing stability, freeboard and buoyancy in accordance with ISO 12217.
NOTE 1 The load line length is defined in the IMO "International Load Lines Convention 1966/2005", it
can be larger than LH for craft with overhangs. This length also sets up at 24 m the lower limit of several IMO
conventions.
The main core of this document determines the local design pressures and stresses for monohulls and
details the possible scantlings methods derived from these pressures and stresses, both for monohulls
and multihulls (see NOTE 2). The assessment process requires, where relevant, the application of
Annexes.
This document is applicable to small craft, in intact condition, of the two following types:
— recreational craft, including recreational charter vessels;
— small commercial craft and workboats, see Clause 12 and Annex J.
It is not applicable to racing craft designed only for professional racing.
NOTE 2 Local pressures and stresses for multihulls are given in ISO 12215-7.
This document is applicable to the structures supporting windows, portlights, hatches, deadlights,
and doors.
For the complete scantlings of the craft, this document is intended to be used with ISO 12215-8 for
rudders, ISO 12215-9 for appendages and ISO 12215-10 for rig loads and rig attachments.
This document covers small craft built from the following materials:
— fibre-reinforced plastics, either in single skin or sandwich construction;
— aluminium or steel alloys;
— glued wood or plywood (single skin or sandwich), excluding traditional wood construction;
— non-reinforced plastics for craft with a hull length less than 6 m (see Annex D).
Throughout this document, unless otherwise specified, dimensions are in (m), areas in (m2), masses
in (kg), forces in (N), moments in (N.m), pressures in kN/m2 (1 kN/m2 = 1 kPa), stresses and elastic
modulus in N/mm2 (1 N/mm2 = 1 Mpa). Max(a;b;c) means that the required value is the maximum of a,
b, and c; and min(d;e;f) means that the required value is the minimum of d, e, and f.

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This document defines the dimensions, design local pressures, mechanical properties and design stresses for the scantlings determination of monohull small craft with a hull length (LH) or a load line length (see NOTE 1) of up to 24 m. It considers all parts of the craft that are assumed to be watertight or weathertight when assessing stability, freeboard and buoyancy in accordance with ISO 12217.
NOTE 1 The load line length is defined in the IMO "International Load Lines Convention 1966/2005", it can be larger than LH for craft with overhangs. This length also sets up at 24 m the lower limit of several IMO conventions.
The main core of this document determines the local design pressures and stresses for monohulls and details the possible scantlings methods derived from these pressures and stresses, both for monohulls and multihulls (see NOTE 2). The assessment process requires, where relevant, the application of Annexes.
This document is applicable to small craft, in intact condition, of the two following types:
— recreational craft, including recreational charter vessels;
— small commercial craft and workboats, see Clause 12 and Annex J.
It is not applicable to racing craft designed only for professional racing.
NOTE 2 Local pressures and stresses for multihulls are given in ISO 12215-7.
This document is applicable to the structures supporting windows, portlights, hatches, deadlights, and doors.
For the complete scantlings of the craft, this document is intended to be used with ISO 12215-8 for rudders, ISO 12215-9 for appendages and ISO 12215-10 for rig loads and rig attachments.
This document covers small craft built from the following materials:
— fibre-reinforced plastics, either in single skin or sandwich construction;
— aluminium or steel alloys;
— glued wood or plywood (single skin or sandwich), excluding traditional wood construction;
— non-reinforced plastics for craft with a hull length less than 6 m (see Annex D).
Throughout this document, unless otherwise specified, dimensions are in (m), areas in (m2), masses in (kg), forces in (N), moments in (N.m), pressures in kN/m2 (1 kN/m2 = 1 kPa), stresses and elastic modulus in N/mm2 (1 N/mm2 = 1 Mpa). Max(a;b;c) means that the required value is the maximum of a, b, and c; and min(d;e;f) means that the required value is the minimum of d, e, and f.

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This document specifies requirements for watertight and oiltight manholes of the current types with bolted covers, for general shipboard use other than for pressure vessels. It specifies the dimensions for the holes in the plating and the number, size and position of the fasteners. It is applicable to manholes of raised coaming, surface mounted or recessed cover types. The details of the manholes are at the discretion of the manufacturer.

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This part of ISO 12215 is applicable to thermosetting resins and glass-fibre reinforcement used in the construction of
small craft with a length of the hull of up to , in accordance with ISO 8666. This part of ISO 12215 specifies
the minimum requirements for material properties of glass reinforcement and resin matrix and the reference laminate
made thereof.
This part of ISO 12215 may be applicable to materials other than those specified, provided that the minimum requirements
and properties of the reference laminate are met.
NOTE The underlying reason for preparing this International Standard is to harmonize existing standards and recommended
practices for loads on the hull and the dimensioning of small craft because they differ too considerably and thus limit general
worldwide acceptability of boats.

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This part of ISO 12215 specifies requirements for core materials for structural use and materials that are embedded
in sandwich construction. It is applicable to small craft with a hull length (LH) according to ISO 8666 of up to 24 m.
NOTE The underlying reason for preparing this part of ISO 12215 is that sandwich structures of small craft require careful
selection of core materials from a multitude of choices, and that the manufacturing has to follow certain procedures to achieve
the intended long-term durability under the expected loads and environmental conditions.

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This part of ISO 12215 defines the loads and specifies the scantlings of sailing craft appendages on monohull
sailing craft with a length of hull, LH, of up to 24 m, measured according to ISO 8666. It gives
 design stresses,
 the structural components to be assessed,
 load cases and design loads for keel, centreboard and their attachments,
 computational methods and modelling guidance, and
 the means for compliance with its provisions.

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This part of ISO 12215 concerns structural details and structural components not explicitly included in
ISO 12215-5, ISO 12215-7, ISO 12215-8 and ISO 12215-9. It applies to monohull and multihull small craft
constructed from fibre reinforced plastics (FRP), aluminium or steel alloys, wood or other suitable boat
building material, with a hull length, in accordance with ISO 8666, of up to 24 m.
This part of ISO 12215 fulfils two functions. Firstly, it supports ISO 12215-5 by providing further explanations
and calculation procedures and formulae. Secondly, it gives a number of examples of arrangements and
structural details which illustrate principles of good practice. These principles provide a standard against which
alternative arrangements and structural details can be benchmarked, using the equivalence criteria specified
in this part of ISO 12215.
NOTE Scantlings derived from this part of ISO 12215 are primarily intended to apply to recreational craft including
recreational charter vessels and might not be suitable for performance racing craft.

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This part of ISO 12215 gives requirements on the scantlings of rudders fitted to small craft with a length of hull,
LH, of up to 24 m, measured according to ISO 8666. It applies only to monohulls.
This part of ISO 12215 does not give requirements on rudder characteristics required for proper steering
capabilities.
This part of ISO 12215 only considers pressure loads on the rudder due to craft manoeuvring. Loads on the
rudder or its skeg, where fitted, induced by grounding or docking, where relevant, are out of scope and need
to be considered separately.
NOTE Scantlings derived from this part of ISO 12215 are primarily intended to apply to recreational craft including
charter craft.

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This part of ISO 12215 specifies workshop conditions, material storage and handling, and requirements for the
manufacturing of the craft. It applies, to small craft with a (LH) length according to ISO 8666 of up to 24 m.
This part of ISO 12215 does not cover health and safety requirements.
NOTE The underlying reason for preparing this part of ISO 12215 is that workshop conditions have a significant influence
on the mechanical short- and long-term properties of recreational craft and that the scantling determination according to
ISO 12215-5 is based on conditions that are appropriate for the material used as well as the manufacturing process applied.

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This part of ISO 12215 specifies requirements for materials intended for use in the construction of the hull,
superstructure and appendages, in particular:
— weldable normal and higher strength hot-rolled steel plates, wide flats, sections and bars;
— austenitic stainless steels, fabricated in the form of plates or profiles;
— wrought aluminium alloys fabricated as plates, sections and extruded profiles;
— wood in the form of solid timber, plywood or veneer;
— other suitable materials.
NOTE 1 Other materials may be used in the construction of small craft if adequate suitability and durability for the intended
purpose can be demonstrated.
This part of ISO 12215 applies to small craft with a length hull (LH) according to ISO 8666 of up to 24 m.
NOTE 2 The underlying reason for preparing this part of ISO 12215 is that the choice of materials for the construction of a
small craft has a significant influence on short-term and long-term durability under the expected loads and environmental
conditions.

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This part of ISO 12215 gives requirements on the scantlings of rudders fitted to small craft with a length of hull,
LH, of up to 24 m, measured according to ISO 8666. It applies only to monohulls.
This part of ISO 12215 does not give requirements on rudder characteristics required for proper steering
capabilities.
This part of ISO 12215 only considers pressure loads on the rudder due to craft manoeuvring. Loads on the
rudder or its skeg, where fitted, induced by grounding or docking, where relevant, are out of scope and need
to be considered separately.
NOTE Scantlings derived from this part of ISO 12215 are primarily intended to apply to recreational craft including
charter craft.

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ISO 20313:2018 specifies protection criteria, and makes recommendations for design and specifications for both impressed current and galvanic anode cathodic protection systems for ships. Cathodic protection of external hull and ballast tanks are included. ISO 20313:2018is applicable to the immersed sections of hulls and tanks containing seawater for ships, boats, and other self-propelled floating vessels. It includes fixtures generally encountered on ship hulls such as: - rudders; - propellers; - shafts; - stabilizers; - thrusters; - sea chests; - water intakes (up to the first valve). ISO 20313:2018 does not cover protection of floating structures that are not self-propelled. ISO 20313:2018 is applicable to the cathodic protection of ship hulls fabricated principally from carbon manganese or low-alloy steels including fixtures of other ferrous or non-ferrous alloys such as stainless steels and copper alloys, etc. ISO 20313:2018 is applicable to both coated and bare hulls and tanks; most hulls and tank internals are coated. ISO 20313:2018 is not applicable to the cathodic protection of hulls principally made of other materials such as aluminium alloys, stainless steels or concrete. ISO 20313:2018 is applicable to the hull and fixtures in seawater and all waters which could be encountered during a ship's world-wide deployment.

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This European Standard is applicable to railings for decks and gangways on inland navigation vessels. It lays down design, dimensions, strength and test conditions which have to be observed for safety reasons.
These railings provide protection for persons against falling overboard and from one deck to another.

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This European Standard is applicable to railings for decks and in gangways on inland navigation vessels. It lays down design, dimensions, strength and test conditions which have to be observed for safety reasons. The railings provide protection for persons against falling overboard and from one deck to another.

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This International Standard specifies the classification, dimension and appearance, performance, and test methods for ceramic weld backing. It also specifies marking, packaging, and storage. This International Standard is applicable to designing, manufacturing, testing, and accepting ceramic weld backing that are to be used in the double side form with single side weld, such as arc welding, gas welding, vertical gas welding, and submerged arc welding, and the shaping structural steel welding end for carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminium alloy, copper alloy, and so on.

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ISO 17683:2014 specifies the classification, dimension and appearance, performance, and test methods for ceramic weld backing. It also specifies marking, packaging, and storage.
ISO 17683:2014 is applicable to designing, manufacturing, testing, and accepting ceramic weld backing that are to be used in the double side form with single side weld, such as arc welding, gas welding, vertical gas welding, and submerged arc welding, and the shaping structural steel welding end for carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminium alloy, copper alloy etc.

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ISO 17940:2015 specifies the classification, marking and requirements for packaging, storage and transportation of hinged watertight doors (hereinafter referred to as watertight doors). ISO 17940:2015 is applicable to the design, fabrication and acceptance of the watertight doors capable of bearing the pressure from both inside and outside due to a headwater up to 10 m.

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ISO 6042:2015 specifies the main dimensions, materials, quality and conditions of manufacture for weathertight single-leaf steel doors for application on board ships, in order to ensure interchangeability of the steel doors. The remaining dimensions, welding, and other details are left to the manufacturer. These doors generally conform to the requirements of the International Convention on Load Lines 1966 (ICLL66). The possibility for application of the doors to position 1 and position 2 has to be considered for each situation and, where necessary, the doors shall be provided with additional stiffening (see also Table 1). Users of this ISO 6042:2015 should note that while observing the requirements of this International Standard they should, at the same time, ensure compliance with such statutory requirements, rules, and regulations as may be applicable to the individual ship concerned.

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ISO 17939:2015 specifies the classification, structure and main dimensions, materials, quality of manufacture, testing of watertightness and designation for oil tank hatches for application on board ships in order to ensure interchangeability of the hatches. The remaining dimensions, welding, and other details are left to the manufacturer. These hatches generally conform to the requirements of the International Convention on Load Lines 1966 (ILLC66). These structures and specifications of oil-tight hatch covers in this ISO 17939:2015 meet IACS UR S26 requirements. The possibility for application in position 1 and position 2 has to be considered for each situation and, where necessary, the hatch covers shall be provided with additional stiffening. ISO 17939:2015 is applicable to the design, manufacturing, and test of accommodation ladders, as well as accommodation ladder used specifically in combination with pilot ladder (hereinafter referred as "pilot accommodation ladder"). Users of ISO 17939:2015 should note that while observing the requirements of ISO 17939:2015, they should, at the same time, ensure compliance with such statutory requirements, rules, and regulations as may be applicable to the individual ship concerned.

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ISO 17941:2015 specifies classification and designation, requirements, test method, marking, packaging, transport, and storage of hydraulic watertight hinged fireproof doors (hereinafter referred to as "watertight doors"). ISO 17941:2015 is applicable to the design, manufacture, and acceptance of hydraulic watertight hinged fireproof doors with water pressure not more than 1,0 MPa used for ships, other floating structures and ocean engineering.

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ISO 17683:2014 specifies the classification, dimension and appearance, performance, and test methods for ceramic weld backing. It also specifies marking, packaging, and storage. ISO 17683:2014 is applicable to designing, manufacturing, testing, and accepting ceramic weld backing that are to be used in the double side form with single side weld, such as arc welding, gas welding, vertical gas welding, and submerged arc welding, and the shaping structural steel welding end for carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminium alloy, copper alloy etc.

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ISO 3434:2012 specifies construction characteristics, optical qualities and heat current circuit, as well as the tolerances, tests, marking and designation of heated glass panes for ships' rectangular windows of the heated series according to ISO 3903. It includes the conditions to comply with the safety of ships in times of frost and/or snow, particularly during manoeuvres in port. Heated glass panes are used on ships principally for the windows of wheel-houses and bridges, as well as in enclosed locations used for look-out and manoeuvring purposes. ISO 3434:2012 specifies heated glass panes which are intended for use at temperatures down to -40 °C.

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This International Standard specifies the classification of rectangular windows for ships (series, types and models), and gives the dimensions for interchangeability and construction, materials, tests, marking and designation of these rectangular windows. NOTE 1 This International Standard is based on the experience of ships' window and glass manufacturers, shipbuilders and authorities who apply to ships the Regulations of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974 (SOLAS 1974), as amended, and of the International Convention of Load Lines, 1966, as amended.

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This International Standard specifies the classification of side scuttles for ships (series, types and models), and gives the dimensions for interchangeability and construction, materials, tests, marking and designation of these framed side scuttles with thermally toughened safety glass panes. NOTE This International Standard is based on the experience of side scuttles and glass manufacturers, shipbuilders and authorities who apply to ships the Regulations of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974 (SOLAS 1974), as amended, 1981, and of the International Convention of Load Lines, 1966, as amended.

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This International Standard specifies a method for the non-destructive breaking reliability testing of toughened safety glass panes for windows and side scuttles complying with ISO 21005.

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ISO 8468:2007 specifies the functional requirements for bridge configuration, bridge arrangement, bridge workstations and bridge environment. Guidelines have been drawn up for the methods and solutions to meet the functional requirements. The requirements in ISO 8468:2007 apply to all bridge functions. The purpose of ISO 8468:2007 is to assist the operator(s) and pilot by providing a workplace that is conducive to safe and effective operation. It also aims to specify bridge requirements, which will secure safe and efficient operation of the ship berth-to-berth regardless of the watchkeeping arrangement in place at a particular time. ISO 8468:2007 should be used in support of the aims in SOLAS Chapter V Regulation 15. Requirements and guidance on the human element aspects of the bridge system (e.g. training, procedures) are not given. The main use of ISO 8468:2007 will be for designing ships' bridges. ISO 8468:2007 will also be useful to specifiers and procurers of ships and bridge equipment, operators, and owners for ensuring that changes made to the bridge through the life of a ship continue to conform to these requirements. ISO 8468:2007 is applicable to seagoing ships. Annex A of ISO 8468:2007 applies to high speed craft.

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2017-05-12: ISO WI (ID 55336) again deleted and replaced by new ISO WI (ID 73457). ISO/TC 188 information to dataservice on 2017-05-12)

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ISO 5797:2004 provides requirements for windows and side scuttles for fire-resistant constructions for installation in A class and B class divisions as defined in FTP Code, Part 3 (IMO Res. A 754 (18)). It lays down the requirements for the construction of glass panes and frames, as well as the testing and marking of such windows and side scuttles.

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This European Standard applies to stairs with inclination angles of 30 degrees to 45 degrees, having at least 2 steps, used on inland navigation vessels. These stairs are fixed in the passenger area, the accomodation and working areas of inland navigation vessels. NOTE Stairs with lower practicability used in restricted locations are covered by prEN 790:1999 for the working area.

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This European Standard applies to stairs with inclination angles of 45° to 60°, having at least two steps, in working areas of inland navigation vessels.
It does not apply to stairs in passenger areas.
NOTE  Whenever possible, stairs specified in EN 13056 should be preferred.

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This European Standard applies to stairs with inclination angles of 45° to 60°, having at least two steps, in working areas of inland navigation vessels.
It does not apply to stairs in passenger areas.
NOTE  Whenever possible, stairs specified in EN 13056 should be preferred.

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): WARNING : selected as 'type C' for the experiment in one language ++ (cf CA 7/1997)  (as per Resolution BT 74/1997)

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): Stage 21/41: PQ

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): WARNING : selected as 'type C' for the experiment in one language ++ (cf CA 7/1997) (Resolution BT 74/1997)

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This standard applies to gangways on inland navigation vessels except those gangways intended for passengers. It specifies types, main dimensions and test conditions which have to be observed for safety reasons. A gangway serves as walkway between ship and shore.

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