Regulations & Requirements Haw WONG, PhD Managing Director

Regulations & Requirements Haw WONG, PhD Managing Director Jeppesen Marine, Singapore JEPPESEN PROPRIETARY Outline of Presentation 1. Relevant background : IMO & ECDIS 2. Current Status : Carriage Requirements 3. What is an ECDIS? 4. Compliance 5. Where to get Help? Jeppesen Proprietary Background

IMO ECDIS performance standard A817(19) adopted 1995 First ECDIS type approved in 1999 HSC Code require carriage of ECDIS : 1 Jul 2008 MSC85 (Dec 2008) approved mandatory carriage requirements : implementation schedule for specific ship types and sizes ECDIS Performance Standard IMO Resolution A.817(19) on ECDIS (1995) ECDIS with adequate back-up arrangements may be accepted as complying with the up-to-date charts required by regulation V/20 of the 1974 SOLAS Convention. ECDIS Carriage requirements for High Speed Craft

HSC Code require that : Passenger craft certified to carry more than 100 passengers and cargo craft shall be fitted with electronic chart and display information system (ECDIS), as follows: .1 craft constructed on or after 1 July 2008; .2 craft constructed before 1 July 2008 but on or after 1 January 1996; not later than 1 July 2010 ECDIS : Revised SOLAS requirements 1 Jan 2011 RESOLUTION MSC.99(73), Amendments to SOLAS 74 - CHAPTER V - SAFETY OF NAVIGATION Regulation 19: Carriage requirements for shipborne navigational systems and equipment 2. Shipborne navigational equipment and systems 2.1 All ships irrespective of size shall have: ....

2.1.4. nautical charts and nautical publications to plan and display the ships route for the intended voyage and to plot and monitor positions throughout the voyage. An electronic chart display and information system (ECDIS) is also accepted as meeting the chart carriage requirements of this subparagraph. Ships to which paragraph [2.10] applies shall comply with the carriage requirements for ECDIS detailed therein; 2.1.5 back-up arrangements to meet the functional requirements of subparagraph 2.1.4 , if this function is partly or fully fulfilled by electronic means;* * Paper nautical charts sufficient to meet the requirements of sub-paragraph .4 and regulation 27 may be used as a back-up arrangement for ECDIS. Other back-up arrangements for ECDIS are acceptable ECDIS Carriage requirements for SOLAS Vessels 2.10 Ships engaged on international voyages shall be fitted with an Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) as follows: .1 passenger ships of 500 gross tonnage and upwards constructed on or after 1. July 2012;

.2 tankers of 3,000 gross tonnage an upwards constructed on or after 1 July 2012; .3 cargo ships, other than tankers, of 10.000 gross tonnage and upwards constructed on or after 1 July 2013; .4 cargo ships, other than tankers, of 3,000 gross tonnage and upwards but less than 10,000 gross tonnage constructed on or after 1 July 2014; .5 passenger ships of 500 gross tonnage and upwards constructed before 1 July 2012, not later than the first survey on or after 1 July 2014; The first safety equipment survey means the first annual survey, the first periodical survey or the first renewal survey for safety equipment, whichever is due first after the date specified. .6 tankers of 3,000 gross tonnage and upwards constructed before 1 July 2012, not later than the first survey on or after 1 July 2015;

.7 cargo ships, other than tankers, of 50,000 gross tonnage and upwards constructed before 1 July 2013, not later than the first safety equipment survey on or after 1 July 2016; .8 cargo ships, other than tankers, of 20,000 gross tonnage and upwards but less than 50,000 gross tonnage constructed before 1 July 2013, not later than the first survey on or after 1 July 2017; .9 cargo ships, other than tankers, of 10,000 gross tonnage and upwards but less than 20,000 gross tonnage constructed before 1 July 2013, not later than the fist survey on or after 1 July 2018; ECDIS Carriage requirements for SOLAS Vessels ship type

size passenger ships 500gt or over tankers 3.000gt or over dry cargo ships 50.000gt or over 20.000gt or over (new ships) Over 20.000gt but less than 50.000gt (exisiting ships) 10.000gt or over (new ships)

Over 10.000gt but less than 20.000gt (exisiting ships) Over 3.000gt but less than 10.000gt new ship existing ship not later than first survey after 1 July 1 July 2012 2014 not later than first survey after 1 July 1 July 2012 2015 not later than first survey after 1 July 1 July 2013

2016 1 July 2013 not later than first survey after 1 July 2017 1 July 2013 not later than first survey after 1 July 2018 1 July 2014 No retrofit requirements to existing ships less than 10.000gt

IMOs definition of ECDIS Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) means a navigation information system which with adequate back-up arrangements can be a accepted as complying with the up-to-date chart required by regulations V/19 and V/27 of the 1974 SOLAS Convention, as amended, by displaying selected information from a system electronic navigational chart (SENC) with positional information from navigation sensors to assist the mariner in route planning and route monitoring, and if required display additional navigationrelated information When is an ECDIS an ECDIS? Standards for Type Approval IMO: ECDIS Performance Standard A.817(19) IEC: Test standard for ECDIS IEC 61174-3 Back-up arrangements

Independent facilities enabling a safe take over of the ECDIS functions in order to ensure that a system failure does not result in a critical situation; and A means to provide for safe navigation for the remaining part of the voyage in case of ECDIS failure. There are two commonly accepted options: A second ECDIS, connected to an independent power supply and a separate GPS position input, synchronized with the main ECDIS; An appropriate up to date folio of official paper charts for the intended voyage Some Flag States may permit other options (e.g.Chart-Radar). Ship owners should consult their national maritime administration for specific advice. Charts Updated Electonic Navigation Chart (ENC) Compliance : Paperless Navigation Type approved ECDIS (incl. Back-up arrangements) Updated ENCs (from value added resellers)

Generic ECDIS training (STCW model course 1.27) Type-specific ECDIS training (manufacturers) Standard Operating Procedures (operation & maintenance of ECDIS, chart updating, etc.) Flag State acceptance Port State acceptance Other requirements e.g. charterers requirements Compliance : Port State control The Port State control acts on the regulations set out in the various Memorandums of Understanding (Paris,Tokyo etc) Port State controls may include checks about whether: The ship has documentation indicating that the system complies with IMO Performance Standards for ECDIS The system is being used for primary navigation There are written procedures onboard the vessel for using ECDIS

The master and watch-keeping officers are able to produce appropriate documentation of generic and type-specific ECDIS familiarization/course The charts used for the intended voyage are the latest official editions The charts in use are updated There are approved back up arrangements Other Port State requirements may occur in other areas Where to get Help? IHO S-66: Facts about electronic charts and carriage requirements Downloadable free from : www.iho.org Section 1: Overview of electronic charting and regulations Section 2: Compendium of Flag State ECDIS requirements Section 3: Training requirements Section 4: Technical details of electronic charts Section 5: Appendix: References and glossary

Where to get Help? Other useful information sources SN Circular 276 on Transitioning from paper chart to electronic chart display and information systems (ECDIS) navigation IMO Model Course 1.27 on Operational Use of Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS) 10 Things They Should Have Told You about ECDIS, David Edmonds, PC Maritime Ltd, Plymouth, UK Websites http://www.iho.org http://www.imo.org http://www.jeppesen.com/marine In the meantime

Many use ECDIS as an aid to navigation to exploit safety and operational functionalities Use of chart service that also : Satisfy requirements to standards Allows ship staff to get used to updating, operation and terminology Provide flexible licensing procedure that could be performed at sea or in port Has efficient chart updating services (time required & communication cost) Has the least disruption or change when you need to switch to ENCs Exploit available information systems that enhance the power of the ECDIS, e.g. weather and routeing. Conclusion : Points to Consider IMO carriage requirement for ECDIS Do you need to comply? If so, how and when to achieve compliance

Training issues to be addressed Work processes require modification

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