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31.05.2018

The composition of the Rescue and Rescue property for naval vessels

Naval vessels that fly under the Russian flag are equipped with emergency equipment. The shipowner shall have the right to determine the necessity and completeness of the emergency supply on board the vessel, taking into account its area of ​​operation, location, as well as the national standards of the flag State. All vessels other than vessels of restricted navigation areas RI, R2, R2-RSN, R2-RSN (4,5), and R3-RSN (except for ice class vessels Arcs, Arsb, Axel, Arcs and Ars9) and ships of fiberglass to have emergency supply in the volume

For non-self-propelled vessels, operated without a crew, emergency supply is not required. Non-self-propelled vessels operated by the crew must have an emergency supply in the volume

Table 1

/

Name,

unit.

The size

Quantity for ships of length L, m

Quantity for bulk vessels

150 and more

from 150 to 70 inclusive

from 70 to 24 inclusive

less than 24

1

Armored Collision Mat

PC

4.5 x 4.5 m

1

 

 

 

 

2

Lightened collision mats

PC

3.0 x 3.0 m

 

1

 

 

1

3

Lightened thrummed collision mat

PC

2.0 x 2.0 m

 

 

1

 

 

4

Thrummed Collision Mat

PC

0.4 x 0.5 m

4

3

2

1

2

5

Rigging tool set

compl.

 

1

1

1

1

1

6

Set of metalwork tools,

compl.

 

1

1

1

1

1

7

Pine block,

PC

150 x 150x4000 mm

8

6

 

 

 

8

Pine block ,

PC

80 x 100 x 2000 mm

2

2

4

 

4

9

Pine board,

PC

50 x 200 x 4000 mm

8

6

2

 

 

10

Pine board,

PC

50 x 200 x 2000 mm

4

2

2

 

2

11

Pine wedge,

PC

30 x 200 x 200 mm

10

6

4

 

4

12

Birch wedge,

PC

60 x 200 x 400 mm

8

6

4

 

4

13

Pine stoppers for ships with side windows

PC

Diameter of the porthole

6

4

2

2

4

14

Pine stoppers,

PC

10 x 30 x 150 mm

10

6

4

2

4

15

Harsh sail,

m2

 

10

6

4

2

 

16

coarse wool felt,

m2

s-10 mm

3

2

1

 

 

17

sheet rubber,

m2

s-5 mm

2

1

0.5

 

0.5

18

thatched oakum,

kg

 

50

30

20

10

5

19

Low-carbon wire,

PC

3 mm, each coil of 50 m

2

2

1

 

1

20

Staples for construction,

PC

d- 12 mm

12

8

4

 

4

21

Bolt with 6-faceted head,

PC

M16x400 mm

10

6

2

 

 

22

Bolt with 6-faceted head,

PC

M16x260 mm

4

2

2

2

 

23

Hexagon nut,

PC

M16

16

10

6

4

 

24

Washer under the nut,

PC

M16

32

20

12

8

 

25

Nail construction,

kg

l = 150mm

4

3

2

1

1

26

Nail construction,

kg

l = 70mm

6

4

2

1

1

27

quick-setting cement

kg

 

400

300

100

100

100

28

Natural sand,

kg

 

400

300

100

100

100

29

Accelerator hardening of concrete,

kg

 

20

15

5

5

5

30

Minium,

kg

 

15

10

5

5

5

31

Fat technical,

kg

 

15

10

5

 

5

32

Carpenter's ax,

PC

 

2

2

1

1

1

33

Saw cross,

PC

l = 600mm

1

1

1

 

 

34

Saw-hacksaw,

PC

l = 1200mm

1

1

1

1

1

35

Shovel,

PC

 

3

2

1

1

1

36

Bucket,

PC

 

3

2

1

1

1

37

Sledgehammer,

PC

5 kg

1

1

1

 

 

38

Explosion-proof lantern,

PC

 

1

1

1

1

1

39

sliding push,

PC

 

3

2

1

1

1

40

Emergency clamp,

PC

 

2

1

1

 

 


Above the emergency supply specified in Table 1, additional supply must be provided: on passenger ships and special purpose vessels of 70 m and more, except for fiberglass ships, according to Table 2;

table 2

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Name

Number of

1

Portable autogenous aggregate for cutting with a set of fully charged gas cylinders, pcs.

1

2

Manual hydraulic jack, pcs.

1

3

Blacksmith sledge hammer, pcs.

1

4

Blacksmith chisel (with handle), pcs.

1

5

Scrap, pcs.

2

6

Lifting jack 9,8 kN, pcs.

1

7

Lifting jack 19.6 kN, pcs.

1


on ships made of fiberglass:

/

Name

Number of

1

Fiberglass fabric

25 m2

2

fiber bundle

3 kg

3

Binder resin with hardener

5 kg

The sets of bench and rigging tools are specified in Table 1.

Item No.

Name

The size

qty per 1 set

rigging

metalwork

1

Measuring tape

l = 2000 mm

1

2

Hammer for metalwork

0.5 kg

1

1

3

Sledgehammer

3.0 kg

 

1

4

mallet rigging

1

 

5

caulking iron

 

1

 

6

Chisel

b - 20 mm

1

1

7

Fid

l = 200 mm

1

 

8

socket chisel

l = mm mm

1

 

9

screw auger

b - 20 mm

1

 

10

pincers

ø 1 8 mm

1

 

11

Cutting

l = 200 mm

 

1

12

Cutting

ø 1 8 mm

 

1

13

trihedral

ø 2 5 mm

 

1

14

semicircular

l = 300 mm

 

1

15

Universal pliers

l = mm mm

 

1

16

Screwdriver

l = 200 mm

 

1

17

Wrench spanner

b = 10 m

 

1

18

Wrench

Width of throat up to 36 mm

 

1

19

The knife

Beam width up to 24 mm

1

 

20

Hacking machine

 

 

1

21

Cloth hacksaw

 

 

6

22

Instrument case

 

1

1


The rates for supplying rack-mount bags are determined at the discretion of the shipowner.

Vessels with the sign FF1, FF1WS, FF2, FF2WS and FF3WS in the class of a symbol a minimum illumination level of up to 50 lux at night and clean air

The emergency supply must be located in the engine room. Emergency posts may be special rooms, boxes or places on the deck or in the premises.

In the emergency room, in the emergency room, in the emergency room, the supply must be stored in the emergency room. On ships with a length of less than 45 m, the location of the emergency is the fastest way to reach this post.

On vessels with a length of 31 m less, it is allowed to store emergency supplies only in one emergency post.

Prior to the emergency stop, there should be a free passage; the width of the passage must be chosen on the meter. The width of the passage can be reduced to 0.8 m on vessels of less than 70 m and up to 0.6 m on vessels of 31 m and less.

Should be as short as possible.


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