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Rules for Classification and Construction of Seagoing Ships

In addition to the amendments to the regulations relating to ships, certain amendments have also been made to the rules relating to the following elements: The rules for classifying offshore units and offshore standards are presented separately. The July 2021 edition of the Offshore Rules and Standards was officially approved by Group CEO Remi Eriksen on 18 June 2021 and is now available. DNV publishes an annual edition of the main rules. The next major version of the rule will be published in July 2022. Additional changes can be made, and all changes are explicitly stated in the rules table of contents here. The 8th meeting of the IMO Sub-Committee on the Transport of Goods and Containers (CCC 8) was held from 14 to 23 September 2022. CCC 8 prepared preliminary guidelines for ships using LPG as fuel, continued work on guidelines for hydrogen as fuel and began to develop guidelines for ammonia as fuel. The effective date of the rules is January 1, 2022. However, these rules may be applied to projects awarded before that date by agreement between the parties. The 9th meeting of the IMO Sub-Committee on Navigation, Communications, Search and Rescue (NCSR 9) was held from 21 to 30 June. Navigation and voyage planning requirements for fishing vessels, pleasure yachts and small cargo vessels operating in polar waters and requirements to make inclinometers mandatory to measure the banking angles of container ships and bulk carriers. The ECDIS performance standards have been revised to include the next generation of electronic charts.

The requirements of the document shall apply when reviewing and approving the technical documentation for ships commissioned for construction or conversion on or after 30 November 2020, in the absence of a contract whose keels are laid on or after 30 November 2020 or are at a similar stage of construction. as well as the review and approval of technical documentation on vessels delivered on or after 30 November 2020. The July 2021 edition of DNV Rules is now available. The rules for the classification and construction of seagoing vessels include the following: As of 1 March 2021, DNV has been renamed DNV GL. Accordingly, for a transitional period, the Company will operate with rules published under the DNV and DNV GL brands. The rules applicable to a given project and/or ship/unit are determined by the date of the «construction contract». Also during a transitional period, the rules published under the DNV mark will contain references to the rules and supporting documents published under the DNV GL mark. RS is a classification society founded in 1913. A class is a category that defines the capabilities of a ship or offshore facility for safe operation. A class notation summarizes the essential structural characteristics of a ship, its type, destination, navigation area, subdivision. Additional markings (automation, dynamic positioning system, etc.) and descriptive notations increase the information capacity of class notation for shipowners, charterers, insurers and inspectors of all class companies.

The amendments to Part XVII came into force on September 15, 2022, while the amendments to Part XII will come into force on October 1, 2022. In addition to deleting several paragraphs and renumbering the remaining paragraphs, the amendments set out several requirements, such as requirements for electrical equipment to ensure electromagnetic compatibility and requirements for accommodation for survivors. A number of amendments to the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) and related codes will enter into force on 1 January 2024. These regulatory messages highlight the changes adopted for the 2024 update of the SOLAS Convention and its codes. For more information about the changes, please contact your local DNV office. Publications are only available in English. Comments can be emailed to Dromon`s headquarters. The amendments will enter into force between 01.08.2022 and 01.09.2022, depending on the amendment circular, which can be found in the list of relevant documents below. Amendments have been made to section 8.2.3 of Part XII of the Rules of Procedure. with requirements for insulation of refrigerant pipes entering penetration rooms of specially equipped fish processing plants. Amendments to the Classification and Construction of Seagoing Ships Classification and Construction Rules, 2022, ND No. 2-020101-152-E and the Rules for the Classification and Construction of Ships Carrying Liquefied Petroleum Gases, Bulk, 2022, ND No.

2-020101-140-E The Russian Shipping Register (RMRS) has published amendments to its rules for the classification and construction of seagoing vessels. The amendments include amendments to Parts XII and XVII of the Rules of Procedure. The amendments mainly concern the integration of distinctive sign data and descriptive notes into the class notation assigned by the Russian Maritime Manual in Part I of the Classification of Rules, Chapter 2.5. As a result, all remote sensing requirements for class notation are now incorporated into a document with a clear indication of which distinguishing marks and descriptive notations are mandatory and which are optional. Chapter 2.2 has been supplemented by the table, which contains the example of class notation and the correct order of distinctive signs and descriptive notations.