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International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code

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Transport of dangerous goods by sea is regulated in order to reasonably prevent injury to persons or damage to ship and their cargoes. Transport of marine pollutants is primarily regulated to prevent harm to the marine environment. The objective of the IMDG Code is to enhance the safe transport of dangerous goods while facilitating the free unrestricted movement of such goods.

The United Nations’ Committee of Experts completed a report in 1956 dealing with classification, listing and labelling of dangerous goods and with the transport documents required for such goods. The primary goal being world-wide uniformity for regulations concerning the transport of dangerous goods by sea as well as other modes of transport.

Each ship carrying dangerous goods in packaged form shall have a special list or manifest setting forth, in accordance with the classification set out in the IMDG Code, the dangerous goods on board and the location thereof together with the prescribed suitable packagings, marking, labelling and placarding. A detailed stowage plan, which identifies by class and sets out the location of all dangerous goods on board, may be used in place of such a special list or manifest. A copy of these documents shall be made available before departure to the person or organization designated by the port state authority.

Cargo, cargo units shall be loaded, stowed and secured throughout the voyage in accordance with the Cargo Securing Manual approved by the Administration. The Cargo Securing Manual shall be drawn up to a standard at least equivalent to the guidelines developed by the Organization.

When an incident takes place involving the loss or likely loss overboard of dangerous goods in packaged form into the sea, the master or other person having charge of the ship, shall report the particulars of such an incident without delay and to the fullest extent possible to the nearest coastal state. The report shall be drawn up based on general principles and guidelines.

 

II. NOTES:

to enhance – направлять.

to identify – обозначать.

Cargo Security Manual – Наставление по креплению груза.

guidelines – руководство.

to be in charge of – быть ответственным.

 

III. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:

 

1) How is transporting of dangerous goods realized?

2) What is the primary goal of the IMDG?

3) What must have and ship carrying dangerous goods?

4) Why is it necessary to make copy?

5) What must be done in case of an incident?

 

 


СПИСОК ЛИТЕРАТУРЫ

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несения вахты 78/95. Санкт-Петербург, 1996.

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14. Journal Seatrade Review Monthly, 1998.

15. Journal The ship’s agent, 1997.

16. Journal Yachting world, 1997.

 


СОДЕРЖАНИЕ

INTRODUCTION 3

 

1. Our University 4

2. Register of shipping 5

3. Corporation of Lloyd’s 6

4. Sea routes 7

5. Canals 8

6. Sanitary rules 9

7. Fisheries commission 10

8. Fire prevention measures 11

9. Taking over the navigational watch 12

10. Ship’s classification 13

11. Electrical department watchkeeping duties 14

12. Watchkeeping duties for engineer 15

13. Watch keeping of the radio operator 16

14. The international transport workers federation 18

15. Navigational charts 19

16. Electronic chart system 21

17. Quality system 22

18. On insurance matters 24

19. Cutty sark tall ship races 25

20. Her majesty’s customs and excise 26

21. Port Regulations 27

22. The Panama canal 29

23. The radar 30

24. Automated mutual-assistance vessel rescue system (AMVER) 32

25. Safe working practice 33

26. The pilot 34

27. Passage planning 35

28. International radio medical centre (CI.R.V1) 37

39. Emergency drill guidance 39

30. Communication 40

31. Passage planning in restricted waters 41

32. The sailing ship “Khersones” 43

33. Life saving appliances 44

34. Clearing of the ship in 45

35. Fishing vessels 46

36. International Convention for the prevention of pollution from ships 47

 

37. International maritime convention 48

38. International regulations for preventing collisions at sea 50

39. The international law of the sea 51

40. Safe operation of ships 53

41. Maritime search and rescue 54

42. Satcom promotes marine safety 55

43. The GMDSS 56

44. Merchant ship search and rescue manual 58

45. Great Britain – the Great marine power 59

46. The port of Sevastopol 60

47. Merchant seaport Theodosiya 61

48. Kerch merchant sea port 62

49. Yevpatoriya merchant sea port 63

50. Yalta merchant sea port 64

51. The international ship and port facility security code 65

52. International Maritime Dangerous goods code 67

 

 

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