Code of Safety for Special Purpose Ships, 2008 (2008 SPS Code)
The Maritime Safety Committee adopted, by resolution MSC.266(84), the Code of Safety for Special Purpose Ships, 2008 (2008 SPS Code), which had been developed following a revision of the code adopted in 1983. Both amended requirements of the SOLAS Convention and experience gained were taken into account during the development of the new code. Particular attention was paid to the matter of trainees on training ships which lead to a comprehensive revision of the term "special personnel".--Publisher's description.
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Periodically unattended machinery spaces
Annex Form of Safety Certificate for Special Purpose Ships
Resolution MSC 26684
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1974 SOLAS Convention 240 persons 500 gross tonnage 60 persons accordance with regulation Administration adopted by resolution amended apparatus cargo ships carried on board chapter II-1 Code as regards Code of Safety dangerous ECDIS enclosed lifeboats regulation equipment or type formal safety assessment II-1 of SOLAS III of SOLAS IMDG Code Installations in special International Maritime Organization international voyages item of equipment less than 500 life-saving appliances LSA Code Maritime Safety Committee means the International nautical publications navigation Number of persons Periodical survey persons on board Place Date Seal procedure or arrangement Purpose Ship Safety purpose ships carrying purpose ships certified radar radio installations Record of Equipment relevant provisions requirements of chapter Safety for Special Seal or stamp ship complied Ship Safety Certificate ships should comply Signature of authorized Signed Signature SOLAS chapter SOLAS for passenger special purpose ships SPS Code adopted stowage Total number type thereof Voyage data recorder waterline