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Приложение к правилам Российского морского регистра судоходства содержит обязательные для применения унифицированные интерпретации Международной ассоциации классификационных обществ (МАКО), ссылки на которые имеются в правилах и других нормативных документах Регистра. Все материалы публикуются на русском и английском языках. В случае расхождения в текстах основным следует считать английский текст. Данный документ публикуется в электронном виде отдельным изданием и является обязательным Приложением к правилам Регистра.

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ПРИЛОЖЕНИЕ К ПРАВИЛАМ РОССИЙСКОГО МОРСКОГО РЕГИСТРА СУДОХОДСТВА

УНИФИЦИРОВАННЫЕ ИНТЕРПРЕТАЦИИ МЕЖДУНАРОДНОЙ АССОЦИАЦИИ КЛАССИФИКАЦИОННЫХ ОБЩЕСТВ

SUPPLEMENT ТО RULES OF RUSSIAN MARITIME REGISTER OF SHIPPING

IACS UNIFIED INTERPRETATIONS

2-020101-076-R-E

2013

СОДЕРЖАНИЕ

CONTENTS

Номер документа    Название документа    Примечание

Document number    Document name    Note

1. SC 191 (Rev.4    Sept. 2011,    IACS Unified Interpretations (Ul) SC 191 for    Document is

Corr.1    Nov. 2011) -    eng    the application of amended SOLAS regulation    applied from

SC 191 (Rev.4    Sept. 2011,    11-1/3-6 (resolution MSC.151(78)) and revised    1 July 2012

Corr.1    Nov. 2011) -    pyc    Technical provisions for means of access for

Применение: Правила классификации и постройки морских судов (2013). том 1. часть III, пункт 7.14.2. Application: Rules for the Classification and Construction of Sea-Going Ships (2013), Vol.1. Part III. item 7.14 2.


2.    SC 226    (Nov 2008,    IACS Unified Interpretations (Ul) on    Document is

Rev.1 Dec.    2012) - eng    the application of SOLAS regulations to    applied from

SC 226    (Nov 2008,    conversions of Single-Hull Oil Tankers to    1 January

Rev.1 Dec.    2012)    - pyc    Double-Hull Oil Tankers or Bulk Carriers    2014

Применение: Правила классификации и постройки морских судов (2014). том 1. часть I. пункт 3.1.3. Application: Rules for the Classification and Construction of Sea-Going Ships (2014), Vol.1. Part I. item 3.1.3.

3.    SC 234 (Apr 2009),    Initial Statutory Surveys at Nev/ Construction    Document is

LL 76 (Apr 2009),    applied from

MPC 96 (Apr 2009) - eng+pyc    1 July 2010

Inspections (resolution MSC.158(78»

Применение: Правила технического наблюдения за постройкой судов и изготовлением материалов и изделий для судов (2013), том 3, часть V. пункт 19.1.7.

Application: Rules for Technical Supervision during Construction of Ships and Manufacture of Materials and Products for Ships (2013). Vol. 3. Part V. item 19.1.7.

4. SC249 (Oct. 2011.    Implementation of SOLAS 11-1. Regulation 3-5    Document is

Corr.1 Apr 2012,    and MSC.1/Circ.1379    applied from

Rev.1 Feb2013) -eng    1July2013

SC249 (Oct. 2011.

Corr.1 Apr 2012,

Rev.1 Feb 2013) - pyc

Применение: Правила технического наблюдения за постройкой судов и изготовлением материалов и изделий для судов (2013), том 3, часть V. пункт 19.1.7.

Application: Rules for Technical Supervision during Construction of Ships and Manufacture of Materials and Products for Ships (2013), Vol. 3. Part V. item 19.1.7.

Настоящее Приложение к правилам Российского морского регистра судоходства содержит обязательные для применения унифицированные интерпретации Международной ассоциации классификационных обществ (МАКО), ссылки на которые имеются в правилах и других нормативных документах Регистра.

Все материалы публикуются на русском и английском языках.

В случае расхождения в текстах основным следует считать английский текст Данный документ публикуется в электронном виде отдельным изданием и является обязательным Приложением к правилам Регистра.

The present Supplement to rules of Russian Maritime Register of Shipping contains IACS Unified Interpretations compulsory for implementation, which are referred to in the rules and other normative documents of the Register

All materials are published in Russian and in English.

In case of discrepancies the English text shall be considered as the original.

The present document is published in electronic format as a separate edition and is a compulsory Supplement to the Register rules.

SC

191


(Nov

2004) (Rev.1 May

2005) (Rev.2 Oct 2005) (Corr. Dec 2005) (Rev.3 Mar


IACS Unified Interpretations (Ul) SC 191 for the application of amended SOLAS regulation II-1/3-6 (resolution MSC.151(78)) and revised Technical provisions for means of access for inspections (resolution MSC.158(78))


2006)

(Rcv.4

Sept

2011)

(Corr. 1

Nov


Note:

1.    This Ul is to be applied by IACS Members and Associates when acting as recognized organizations, authorized by flag State Administrations to act on their behalf, unless otherwise advised, from 1 January 2005.

2.    Rev. 1 (May 2005) introduced new Annex to Ul SC 191. Rev.1 is to be applied by IACS Members and Associates from 1 July 2005.

3.    Rev.2 (Oct.2005) re-categorized the Annex to Ul SC 191 (Rev.1) as Recommendation No.91.

Rev.2 (Oct.2005 / Corr. Dec. 2005) is to be applied by IACS Members and Associates to ships contracted for construction on or after 1 May 2006.

Refer to IMO MSC/Circ. 1176.

4.    The 'contracted for construction’ date means the date on which the contract to build the vessel is signed between the prospective owner and the shipbuilder. For further details about the date of 'contract for construction’, refer to IACS Procedural Requirement (PR) No. 29.

5.    Rev.3 is to be applied by IACS Members and Associates from 1 October 2006.

6.    Rev.4 is to be applied bv IACS Members to ships contracted for construction from 1 July 2012


Page 1 of 44 IACS Int. 2004/Rev.4 2011/Corr.l 2011


SOLAS regulation 11-1/3-6, section 1

SC

191

(cont)

1 Application

1.1    Except as provided for in paragraph 1.2, this regulation applies to oil tankers of 500 gross tonnage and over and bulk carriers, as defined in regulation IX/1, of 20,000 gross tonnage and over, constructed on or after 1 January 2006.

1.2    Oil tankers of 500 gross tonnage and over constructed on or after 1 October 1994 but before 1 January 2005 shall comply with the provisions of regulation 11-1/12-2 adopted by resolution MSC.27(61).

Interpretation Oil tankers:

This regulation is only applicable to oil tankers having integral tanks for carriage of oil in bulk, wtiich is contained in the definition of oil in Annex 1 of MARPOL 73/78. Independent oil tanks can be excluded.

Regulation 11-1/3-6 is not normally applied to FPSO or FSO unless the Administration decides otherwise.

Technical Background

Means of Access (MA) specified in the Technical provisions contained in resolution MSC. 158(78) are not specific with respect to the application to integral cargo oil tanks or also to independent cargo oil tanks. ESP requirements of oil tankers have been established assuming the target cargo oil tanks are integral tanks. The MA regulated under SOLAS regulation 11-1/3-6 is for overall and close-up inspections as defined in regulation IX/1. Therefore it is assumed that the target cargo oil tanks are those of ESP, i.e. integral cargo tanks.

Regulation 11-1/3-6 is applicable to FPSO or FSO if they are subject to the scope of ESP as contained in resolution A.744(18) as amended

Ref.

Page 2 of 44

SOLAS regulation IX/1 and resolution A.744 (18) as amended.

lACSInt. 2004/Rev.4 2011

SOLAS regulation 11-1/3-6. paragraph 2.1

SC

191

(cont)

2.1_Each space shall be provided with a permanent means of access to enable.

throughout the life of a ship, overall and close-up inspections and thickness measurements of the ship's structures to be carried out by the Administration, the company, as defined in regulation IX/1. and the ship’s personnel and others as necessary. Such means of access shall comply with the reouirements of paragraph 5 and with the Technical provisions for means of access for inspections, adopted by the Maritime Safety Committee by resolution MSC. 133(76). as may be amended by the Organization, provided that such amendments are adopted, brought into force and take effect in accordance with the provisions of article VIII of the present Convention concerning the amendment procedures applicable to the Annex other than chapter 1.

Interpretation

Page 3 of 44

Each space for which close-up inspection is not reouired such as fuel oil tanks and void spaces forward of cargo area, may be provided with a means of access necessary for overall survey intended to report on the overall conditions of the hull structure

lACSInt. 2004/Rev.4 2011

SOLAS regulation 11-1/3-6, paragraph 2.2

SC

191

(cont)

2.2 Where a permanent means of access may be susceptible to damage during normal cargo loading and unloading operations or where it is impracticable to fit permanent means of access, the Administration may allow, in lieu thereof, the provision of movable or portable means of access, as specified in the Technical provisions, provided that the means of attaching, rigging, suspending or supporting the portable means of access forms a permanent part of the ship’s structure. All portable equipment shall be capable of being readily erected or deployed by ship's personnel.

Interpretation

Some possible alternative means of access are listed under paragraph 3.9 of the Technical Provisions for means of access for inspection(TP). Always subject to acceptance as equivalent by the Administration, alternative means such as an unmanned robot arm, ROV’s and dirigibles with necessary equipment of the permanent means of access for overall and close-up inspections and thickness measurements of the deck head structure such as deck transverses and deck longitudinals of cargo oil tanks and ballast tanks, are to be capable of:

•    safe operation in ullage space in gas-free environment:

•    introduction into the place directly from a deck access.

When considering use of alternative means of access as addressed by paragraph 3.9 of the TP, refer to IACS Recommendation No.91 “Guidelines for Approval/Acceptance of Alternative Means of Access ".

Technical Background

Page 4 of 44

Innovative approaches, in particular a development of robot in place of elevated passageways, are encouraged and it is considered worthwhile to provide the functional requirement for the innovative approach

IACS Int. 2004/Rev.4 2011

SOLAS regulation 11-1/3-6, paragraph 2.3

SC

191

(cont)

2.3 The construction and materials of all means of access and their attachment to the ship's structure shall be to the satisfaction of the Administration. The means of access shall be subject to survey prior to, or in conjunction with, its use in carrying out surveys in accordance with regulation 1/10.

Interpretation

Inspection

The MA arrangements, including portable equipment and attachments, are to be periodically inspected by the crew or competent inspectors as and when it is going to be used to confirm that the MAs remain in serviceable condition.

Procedures

1.    Any Company authorised person using the MA shall assume the role of inspector and check for obvious damage prior to using the access arrangements. Whilst using the MA the inspector is to verify the condition of the sections used by close up examination of those sections and note any deterioration in the provisions. Should any damage or deterioration be found, the effect of such deterioration is to be assessed as to whether the damage or deterioration affects the safety for continued use of the access. Deterioration found that is considered to affect safe use is to be determined as “substantial damage” and measures are to be put in place to ensure that the affected section(s) are not to be further used prior effective repair.

2.    Statutory survey of any space that contains MA shall include verification of the continued effectiveness of the MA in that space. Survey of the MA shall not be expected to exceed the scope and extent of the survey being undertaken. If the MA is found deficient the scope of survey is to be extended if this is considered appropriate.

3.    Records of all inspections are to be established based on the requirements detailed in the ships Safety Management System. The records are to be readily available to persons using the MAs and a copy attached to the MA Manual. The latest record for the portion of the MA inspected is to include as a minimum the date of the inspection, the name and title of the inspector, a confirmation signature, the sections of MA inspected, verification of continued serviceable condition or details of any deterioration or substantial damage found. A file of permits issued is to be maintained for verification.

Technical Background

Page 5 of 44

It is recognised that MA may be subject to deterioration in the long term due to corrosive environment and external forces from ship motions and sloshing of liquid contained in the tank. MA therefore is to be inspected at every opportunity of tank/space entry. The above interpretation is to be contained in a section of the MA Manual.

IACS Int. 2004/Rev.4 2011

SOLAS regulation 11-1/3-6, paragraph 3.1

SC

191

(cont)

3 Safe access to cargo holds, cargo tanks, ballast tanks and other spaces

3.1 Safe access* to cargo holds, cofferdams, ballast tanks, cargo tanks and other spaces in the cargo area shall be direct from the open deck and such as to ensure their complete inspection. Safe access to double bottom spaces or to forward ballast tanks may be from a pump-room, deep cofferdam, pipe tunnel, cargo hold, double hull space or similar compartment not intended for the carriage of oil or hazardous cargoes.

* Refer to the Recommendations for entering enclosed spaces aboard ships, adopted by the Organization by resolution A.864(20).

Interpretation

Access to a double side skin space of bulk carriers may be either from a topside tank or double bottom tank or from both.

Technical Background

Page 6 of 44

Unless used for other purposes, the double side skin space is to be designed as a part of a large U-shaped ballast tank and such space is to be accessed through the adjacent part of the tank, i.e. topside tank or double bottom/bilge hopper tank. Access to the double side skin space from the adjacent part rather than direct from the open deck is justified. Any such arrangement is to provide a directly routed, logical and safe access that facilitates easy evacuation of the space.

IACS Int. 2004/Rev.4 2011

SOLAS regulation 11-1/3-6, paragraph 3.2

SC

191

(cont)

3.2 Tanks, and subdivisions of tanks, having a length of 35 m or more shall be fitted with at least two access hatchways and ladders, as far apart as practicable. Tanks less than 35 m in length shall be served by at least one access hatchway and ladder. When a tank is subdivided by one or more swash bulkheads or similar obstructions which do not allow ready means of access to the other parts of the tank, at least two hatchways and ladders shall be fitted.

Interpretation

A cargo oil tank of less than 35 m length without a swash bulkhead requires only one access hatch.

Where rafting is indicated in the ship structures access manual as the means to gain ready access to the under deck structure, the term"similar obstructions’ referred to in the regulation includes internal structures (e g., webs >1.5m deep) which restrict the ability to raft (at the maximum water level needed for rafting of under deck structure) directly to the nearest access ladder and hatchway to deck. When rafts or boats alone, as an alternative means of access, are allowed under the conditions specified in resolution A.744(18), permanent means of access are to be provided to allow safe entry and exit. This means:

a)    access direct from the deck via a vertical ladder and small platform fitted approximately 2m below the deck in each bay; or

b)    access to deck from a longitudinal permanent platform having ladders to deck in each end of the tank. The platform shall, for the full length of the tank, be arranged in level with, or above, the maximum water level needed for rafting of under deck structure. For this purpose, the ullage corresponding to the maximum water level is to be assumed not more than 3m from the deck plate measured at the midspan of deck transverses and in the middle length of the tank. (See Figure below). A permanent means of access from the longitudinal permanent platform to the water level indicated above is to be fitted in each bay (e g., permanent rungs on one of the deck webs inboard of the longitudinal permanent platform).


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