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Maritime and marine protection rules

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Maritime and marine protection rules
Valid from
01/01/2016

Information provider
Maritime New Zealand
Author
Maritime New Zealand
Information type
Rules
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PDF


Description

Maritime rules relate to the safety of ships and people. The rules prescribe requirements for ship design, construction, equipment, crewing, operation and tonnage measurement, and for the carriage of passengers and cargoes. Many of the standards are based on international ship safety conventions.

Marine protection rules aim to prevent the disposal of waste and marine pollution from ships. Marine protection rules implement international conventions and standards. These rules regulate:

  • dumping of waste at sea
  • oil spill contingency plans
  • controls in relation to harmful substances

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HSNO Code of Practice 2-1 09-04 cites Maritime and marine protection rules, the prior to 2004 edition, which is not currently available online. We have provided you with a link to this more recent version for your information only. 

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For assistance with locating previous versions, please contact the information provider.

HSNO Code of Practice 2-1 09-04 cites Maritime and marine protection rules, the prior to 2004 edition, which is not currently available online. We have provided you with a link to this more recent version for your information only. 

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Description

Maritime rules relate to the safety of ships and people. The rules prescribe requirements for ship design, construction, equipment, crewing, operation and tonnage measurement, and for the carriage of passengers and cargoes. Many of the standards are based on international ship safety conventions.

Marine protection rules aim to prevent the disposal of waste and marine pollution from ships. Marine protection rules implement international conventions and standards. These rules regulate:

  • dumping of waste at sea
  • oil spill contingency plans
  • controls in relation to harmful substances

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Maritime and marine protection rules
Description

Maritime rules relate to the safety of ships and people. The rules prescribe requirements for ship design, construction, equipment, crewing, operation and tonnage measurement, and for the carriage of passengers and cargoes. Many of the standards are based on international ship safety conventions.

Marine protection rules aim to prevent the disposal of waste and marine pollution from ships. Marine protection rules implement international conventions and standards. These rules regulate:

  • dumping of waste at sea
  • oil spill contingency plans
  • controls in relation to harmful substances
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