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  • DNV - Class notations
    High speed light crafts Offshore support and Special ships Ro Ro and Passenger ships Tankers Additional notations B C D E F G H I L M N O P R S T V W Class notations are assigned to vessels in order to determine applicable rule requirements for assignment and retention of class Print this page Save as PDF E mail link Subject On DNV com Class notations Have a look at what I found on DNV com This is the link http www dnv in industry maritime servicessolutions c From To Your message You must fill in valid e mail addresses in the From and To fields Please wait Unknown error All ships being assigned class with DNV will be given a class notation consisting of a construction symbol a main character of class service area restriction notations and main ship type notations as applicable Class notations cover mandatory and optional requirements Class notations may be given a supplemental symbol The supplement is used to identify special requirements or limitations related to the class notation All class notations are listed and categorised in the DNV Rules for Classification of Ships part 1 chapter 2 and the DNV Rules for High Speed Light Craft and Naval Surface Craft part 1 chapter 1 To purchase the Rules please go to our w ebshop Examples of typical class notations Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Mandatory class notations Construction symbol Main character of class 1A1 1A1 1A1 Main ship types Bulk Carrier ESP Tanker for Oil ESP Mandatory survey scheme related to a survey scheme for bulk and ore carriers and tankers ESP ESP Additional class notations for main ship types ES S CSR BC A Holds 2 4 6 may be empty CSR Optional class notations Related to ship types
    http://www.dnv.in/industry/maritime/servicessolutions/classification/notations/ (2012-12-18)

  • DNV - Statutory services
    Systems MED RCD DNV is authorised by more than 80 flag administrations to carry out statutory certification on their behalf Our international network of approval centres and more than 300 survey stations in more than 100 countries are essential for our certification activities Trusted by Maritime Administrations to certify on their behalf Most of the Maritime Administrations have delegated the certification of ships according to IMO Conventions and Codes to DNV In most cases we do this for DNV classed vessels only but sometimes also independently of the vessels class The degree of authorisation from the individual administration varies from full authorisation where DNV is delegated the total certification process to cases where the Maritime Administration is handling part of the process such as the issuance of full term certificates Statutory certification has a life time perspective for each vessel from initial certification in connection with delivery through annual intermediate and renewal surveys during the operational life of the vessel Statutory surveys will normally also be required when changing flag or class DNV assures efficient and timely execution of statutory certification through a world wide net of experienced and qualified surveyors To ensure cost efficiency DNV is prepared to co operate with owners managers to plan the surveys to harmonize with vessels operational schedules Statutory Services SOLAS IMO convention for Safety Of Life At Sea MARPOL International convention for the prevention of pollution from ships Load Line IMO convention defining the maximum allowed draught of the vessel Tonnage IMO convention for tonnage measurements of ships ITC69 ISM Certification Certification of ships and companies to fulfill IMO requirements in the International Safety Management ISM Code ISPS Certification Certification of ships to fulfill IMO requirements in the International Ship and Port Facility Security ISPS Code Maritime Labour Convention Certification of the working
    http://www.dnv.in/industry/maritime/servicessolutions/statutoryservices/ (2012-12-18)

  • DNV - SOLAS
    From To Your message You must fill in valid e mail addresses in the From and To fields Please wait Unknown error The SOLAS convention was initiated after the Titanic disaster and the first set of international standards to enhance Safety Of Life At Sea came in 1929 The main focus in this set of requirements was on watertight integrity structural fire protection fire resistance of bulkheads above the bulkhead deck and to create main vertical zones SOLAS is a set of statutory requirements This means that it is the flag state authority s responsibility to make sure that their ships are in compliance with this convention For most flag state authorities DNV is authorised to ensure this compliance on behalf of the flag state Since the first edition was introduced in 1929 SOLAS has been amended several times The convention now regulates basic safety aspects for ships on international voyages such as stability machinery electrical installations fire safety lifesaving appliances navigation communication safe operation maritime safety etc The keel laying date of the ship decides which edition of SOLAS is applicable In addition to the SOLAS convention other documents provide guidance or further requirements related to SOLAS These are IMO Codes Eg International Safety Management ISM Code Fire Safety Systems FSS Code Fire Test Procedures FTP Code Life Saving Appliances LSA Code that are stand alone documents made mandatory under SOLAS Chapters and IMO Resolutions or Circulars These are referred to in SOLAS and may be mandatory or guidance notes DNV surveyors world wide together with local approval centres and several sections in DNV s Maritime Technology and Production Centre are involved to ensure that all the different safety aspects of SOLAS are covered The chapters of SOLAS are as follows Ch I General II 1 Construction stability machinery
    http://www.dnv.in/industry/maritime/servicessolutions/statutoryservices/solas/ (2012-12-18)

  • DNV - MARPOL
    the link http www dnv in industry maritime servicessolutions s From To Your message You must fill in valid e mail addresses in the From and To fields Please wait Unknown error MARPOL 73 78 is an international convention for the prevention of pollution at sea This international treaty was adopted by the International Maritime Organisation IMO in 1973 and later updated in 1978 after several severe tanker accidents The convention includes regulations aimed at preventing and minimizing pollution at sea from ships and this includes both accidental pollution and pollution from routine operations At current date MARPOL 73 78 consist of 6 technical annexes Annex I Regulations for the prevention of pollution by oil II Regulations for the control of pollution by noxious liquid substances in bulk III Prevention of pollution by harmful substances carried by sea in packaged form IV Prevention of pollution by sewage from ships V Prevention of pollution by garbage from ships VI Prevention of air pollution from ships DNV is authorised to act on behalf of numerous flag administrations to verify that your vessels comply with MARPOL Our involvement ranges from initial plan approval and on board surveys to annual and renewal surveys to
    http://www.dnv.in/industry/maritime/servicessolutions/statutoryservices/marpol/ (2012-12-18)

  • DNV - Load Line
    Competence Design logistics Fuel testing The International Convention on Load Lines ICLL is an IMO Convention that is applicable for all vessels engaged in international trade with the following exceptions ships of war ships of less than 24 metres in length pleasure yachts not engaged in trade fishing vessels Print this page Save as PDF E mail link Subject On DNV com Load Line Have a look at what I found on DNV com This is the link http www dnv in industry maritime servicessolutions s From To Your message You must fill in valid e mail addresses in the From and To fields Please wait Unknown error The ICLL defines the maximum allowed draught of the vessel and how this is to be marked on the side of the vessel The International Load Line Certificate verifies that the vessels strength and stability have been approved for the draught corresponding to the freeboard mark given on the certificate and that the vessel at the maximum draught has a reserve buoyancy and bow height in compliance with the requirements of the ICLL The requirement for reserve buoyancy is to ensure that the vessel is not broken down by heavy seas while
    http://www.dnv.in/industry/maritime/servicessolutions/statutoryservices/loadline/ (2012-12-18)

  • DNV - Tonnage
    development Rules regulations Publications downloads Ship types DNV Exchange Services solutions Ship classification Statutory services Certification of materials components Consulting Competence Design logistics Fuel testing The International convention on tonnage measurements of ships ITC69 is an IMO Convention that is applicable for all vessels engaged in international trade with the following exceptions ships of war ships of less than 24 metres in length Print this page Save as PDF E mail link Subject On DNV com Tonnage Have a look at what I found on DNV com This is the link http www dnv in industry maritime servicessolutions s From To Your message You must fill in valid e mail addresses in the From and To fields Please wait Unknown error The tonnage of a ship shall consist of gross tonnage GT and net tonnage NT which are given on the International Tonnage Certificate 1969 Gross tonnage GT is the measure of a vessel s enclosed spaces GT forms the basis for manning regulations safety rules port dues and registration fees Net Tonnage NT is a measure of the volume of a vessel s cargo holds used to calculate port dues Both of these are measures of volume and not
    http://www.dnv.in/industry/maritime/servicessolutions/statutoryservices/tonnage/ (2012-12-18)

  • DNV - ISM
    of ships and pollution prevention Print this page Save as PDF E mail link Subject On DNV com International Safety Management ISM Have a look at what I found on DNV com This is the link http www dnv in industry maritime servicessolutions s From To Your message You must fill in valid e mail addresses in the From and To fields Please wait Unknown error Purpose ISM certification is mandatory for passenger ships and all ships over 500 GT in international trade and companies operating such vessels Benefits Our professional and experienced auditors are situated close to your premises and are available in all ports worldwide We focus on safety and practical compliance Call your nearest DNV office and discover the added value that DNV s ISM certification will provide to your operations In the process of ISM certification audits that are combined with the ship s International Ship and Port Security ISPS certification may be carried out in order to save time and money Features DNV provides Document of Compliance DOC certification for companies and Safety Management Certificates SMC for ships DNV is authorised by all major Flag States to carry out audits and issue Documents of Compliance DOC and Safety Management Certificates SMC ISM certification may be combined with other management system certification such as quality ISO 9000 environment ISO 14000 and ISPS certification Process A Document of Compliance DOC is issued to the ISM responsible company and is valid for 5 years Annual audits are carried out to verify continued compliance The Safety Management Certificate SMC is issued to ships for 5 years upon successful completion of an initial or renewal audit Intermediate audits are carried out between the 2nd and 3rd anniversary of the certificate Some DNV stations will issue the full term certificates Interim
    http://www.dnv.in/industry/maritime/servicessolutions/statutoryservices/ism/ (2012-12-18)

  • DNV - ISPS
    found on DNV com This is the link http www dnv in industry maritime servicessolutions s From To Your message You must fill in valid e mail addresses in the From and To fields Please wait Unknown error Purpose The objective is in accordance with the International Ship and Port Facility Security ISPS Code to certify ship security of the following ships engaged on international voyages passenger ships including high speed passenger craft cargo ships including high speed craft of 500 gross tonnes and upwards mobile self propelled offshore drilling units Benefits ISPS services are provided by local DNV surveyors situated in survey stations in more than 100 countries This means that more than 250 ISPS qualified surveyors are available to you worldwide In the process of ISPS certification audits that are combined with the ship s International Safety Management ISM certification may be carried out in order to save time and money Features An approved Ship Security Plan SSP and a full term International Ship Security Certificate ISSC are issued to individual ships to fulfil mandatory security requirements stated by the IMO through the ISPS Code Provided DNV has full authorisation from the ship s Flag Administration the certification process will cover review of the SSA SSP and approval of the SSP interim Shipboard Verification issuance of an interim International Ship Security Certificate ISSC that is valid for 6 months initial Shipboard Verification done during the interim period issuance of a full term ISSC that is valid for 5 years Process For all ships a Ship Security Assessment SSA has to be done and based on this a Ship Security Plan SSP has to be developed The SSP shall be approved by the Flag Administration or one of their RSOs To implement the SSP onboard an interim audit is
    http://www.dnv.in/industry/maritime/servicessolutions/statutoryservices/isps/ (2012-12-18)