Wheelmark - Solas

WHEELMARK, ürünün Denizcilik Ekipmanları Direktifi’nde belirtilen gerekliliklerini karşılaması durumunda ürüne iliştirilen uygunluk işaretidir. 

23 Temmuz 2014 tarihinde, Avrupa Birliği (AB) tarafından, denizcilik ekipmanları ile ilgili yeni direktif 2014/90/AB (2014/90/EU) 18 Eylül 2016 tarihinden itibaren geçerli olmak üzere yayınlanarak, eski direktif 96/98/AT (96(98/EC) yürürlükten kaldırılmıştır.   

16 Mart 2017 tarihinden itibaren de 2014/90 / AB sayılı direktifte değişiklik yapan 2017/306 sayılı Uygulama Regülasyonu yürürlüğe girmiştir.

Denizcilik ekipmanları belgelendirmesinde Wheelmark işareti kullanılmaktadır.

Denizcilik Ekipmanları Direktifi (2014/90/EU) ürün bazında aşağıdaki şekilde gruplanmıştır.

  • Life-saving appliances (SOLAS III)
  • Marine pollution prevention equipment (MARPOL)
  • Fire protection equipment (SOLAS II-2)
  • Navigation equipment (SOLAS V)
  • Radio-communication equipment (SOLAS IV)
  • COLREG 72 – equipment
  • SOLAS II-1 – equipment

GCNTURK tarafından Wheelmark belgelendirilmesi yapılan ürünlerin listesi aşağıdaki gibidir:

1. Life-saving appliances

MED/1.1 — Lifebuoys

MED/1.2a — Position-indicating lights for life-saving appliances: (a) for survival craft and rescue boats,

MED/1.2b — Position-indicating lights for life-saving appliances: (b) for lifebuoys,

MED/1/1.2c Position-indicating lights for life-saving appliances: (c) for lifejackets.

MED/1.3 — Lifebuoys self-activating smoke signals

MED/1.4 — Lifejackets

MED/1.5a —Immersion suits and anti-exposure suits designed to be worn in conjunction WITH a lifejacket (a) immersion suit without inherent insulation

MED/1.5b —Immersion suits and anti-exposure suits designed to be worn in conjunction WITH a lifejacket (b)immersion suit with inherent insulation

MED/1.5c —Immersion suits and anti-exposure suits designed to be worn in conjunction WITH a lifejacket (c) anti exposure suits.

MED/1.6a —Immersion suits and anti-exposure suits designed to be worn WITHOUT a lifejacket (a) immersion suit without inherent insulation

MED/1.6b —Immersion suits and anti-exposure suits designed to be worn WITHOUT a lifejacket (b)immersion suit with inherent insulation

MED/1.6c —Immersion suits and anti-exposure suits designed to be worn WITHOUT a lifejacket (c) anti exposure suits.

MED/1.7 — Thermal protective aids Type approval requirements

MED/1.8 —Rocket parachute flares (pyrotechnics) Type approval requirements

MED/1.9 — Hand flares (pyrotechnics)

MED/1.10 —Buoyant smoke signals (pyrotechnics)

MED/1.11 — Line-throwing appliances Type approval requirements

MED/1.12 — Inflatable liferafts

MED/1.13 — Rigid liferafts Type approval

MED/1.14 — Automatically self-righting liferafts

MED/1.15 — Canopied reversible liferafts

MED/1.16 — Float-free arrangements for liferafts (hydrostatic release units)

MED/1.17a — Lifeboats: (a) Davit-launched lifeboats: — partially enclosed, — totally enclosed

MED/1.17b — Lifeboats: (b) Free-fall lifeboats.

MED/1.18 — Rigid rescue boats

MED/1.19 — Inflated rescue boats Type approval requirements

MED/1.20a — Fast rescue boats: (a) inflated

MED/1.20b — Fast rescue boats: (b) rigid

MED/1.20c — Fast rescue boats: (c) rigid-inflated.

MED/1.21 — Launching appliances using falls (davits)

MED/1.22 Float free launching appliances for survival craft

MED/1.23 — Launching appliances for free-fall lifeboats

MED/1.24 — Liferaft launching appliances (Davits)

MED/1.25 — Fast rescue boat launching appliances (Davits)

MED/1.26a — Release mechanism for (a) Lifeboats and rescue boats (Launched by a fall or falls),

MED/1.26b — Release mechanism for (b) Liferafts (Launched by a fall or falls)

MED/1.26c — Release mechanism for (c) Free fall lifeboats

MED/1.27 — Marine evacuation systems

MED/1.28 — Means of rescue

MED/1.29 — Embarkation ladders

MED/1.30 — Retro-reflective materials

MED/1.31, Survival craft two-way VHF radio telephone apparatus, — moved to MED/5.17 and MED/5.18.

MED/1.32, 9 GHz SAR transponder (SART), — moved to MED/4.18

MED/1.33 — Radar reflector for lifeboats and rescue boats (passive) 

MED/1.34, Compass for lifeboats and rescue boats, — moved to MED/4.23.

MED/1.35, Portable fire extinguishing equipment for lifeboats and rescue boats, — moved to MED/3.38.

MED/1.36 —Lifeboat/rescue boat propulsion engine

MED/1.37 —Rescue boat propulsion engine — outboard motor

MED/1.38 —Searchlights for use in lifeboats and rescue boats

MED/1.39 — Open reversible liferafts

MED/1.40, Mechanical pilot hoist, — moved to MED/4.48.

MED/1.41a — Winches for survival craft and rescue boats: (a) davit launched lifeboats

MED/1.41b — Winches for survival craft and rescue boats: (b) free-fall lifeboats

MED/1.41c — Winches for survival craft and rescue boats: (c) liferafts

MED/1.41d — Winches for survival craft and rescue boats: (d) rescue boats,

MED/1.41e — Winches for survival craft and rescue boats: (e) fast rescue boats.

MED/1.42, Pilot ladder, — moved to MED/4.49.

MED/1.43 — Rigid/inflated rescue boats

2. Marine pollution prevention

MED/2.1 Oil-filtering equipment (for an oil content of the effluent not exceeding 15 p.p.m.)

MED/2.2 Oil/water interface detectors

MED/2.3 Oil-content meters

MED/2.4, Process units intended for attachment to existing oily water separating equipment (for an oil content of the effluent not exceeding 15 p.p.m.),

MED/2.5 Oil discharge monitoring and control system for oil tankers

MED/2.6 Sewage systems

MED/2.6 Sewage systems

MED/2.7 Shipboard incinerators

MED/2.7 Shipboard incinerators (Incinerator plants with capacities greater than 1 500 kW and up to 4 000 kW)

MED/2.8 NOx analyzer for use on board as per NOx Technical Code 2008

MED/2.9, Equipment using other technological methods to limit SOx emissions

MED/2.10 On board exhaust gas cleaning systems

MED/2.10 On board exhaust gas cleaning systems

3. Fire protection equipment

MED/3.1 Primary decks covering

MED/3.2 Portable fire extinguishers

MED/3.3 Fire-fighter’s outfit: protective clothing (close proximity clothing)

MED/3.4 Fire-fighter’s outfit: boots

MED/3.5 Fire-fighter’s outfit: gloves

MED/3.6 Fire-fighter’s outfit: helmet

MED/3.7 Self-contained compressed-air- operated breathing apparatus Note: For use in accidents involving dangerous goods a positive pressure type mask is required.

MED/3.7 Self-contained compressed-air- operated breathing apparatus Note: For use in accidents involving dangerous goods a positive pressure type mask is required.

MED/3.8 Compressed air line breathing apparatus

MED/3.8 Compressed air line breathing apparatus

MED/3.9 Sprinkler systems components for accommodation spaces, service spaces and control stations equivalent to that referred to in SOLAS 74 Reg. II-2/12 (limited to nozzles and their performance). (Nozzles for fixed sprinkler systems, for high speed craft (HSC) are included under this item)

MED/3.10 — Nozzles for fixed pressure water spraying fire extinguishing systems for machinery spaces and cargo pump-rooms

MED/3.11a ‘A’ & ‘B’ Class divisions fire integrity (a) ‘A’ class divisions

MED/3.11b ‘A’ & ‘B’ Class divisions fire integrity (b) ‘B’ class divisions.

MED/3.12 Devices to prevent the passage of flame into the cargo tanks in tankers

MED/3.12 Devices to prevent the passage of flame into the cargo tanks in tankers

MED/3.13 Non-combustible materials Type approval requirements

MED/3.14, Materials other than steel for pipes penetrating ‘A’ or ‘B’ Class division, — included in MED/3.26 and MED/3.27

MED/3.15a Materials other than steel for pipes conveying oil or fuel oil (a) plastic pipes and fittings MED/3.15b Materials other than steel for pipes conveying oil or fuel oil (b) valves

MED/3.15c Materials other than steel for pipes conveying oil or fuel oil (c) flexible pipe assemblies and compensators

MED/3.15d Materials other than steel for pipes conveying oil or fuel oil (d) metallic pipe components with resilient and elastomeric seals

MED/3.16 Fire Doors

MED/3.16 Fire Doors

MED/3.17 Fire door control systems components. Note: When the term ‘system components’ is used in column 2 it may be that a single component, a group of components or a whole system needs to be tested to ensure that the international requirements are fulfilled.

MED/3.18a Surface materials and floor coverings with low flame-spread characteristics (a) decorative veneers

MED/3.18b Surface materials and floor coverings with low flame-spread characteristics (b) paint systems

MED/3.18c Surface materials and floor coverings with low flame-spread characteristics (c) floor coverings.

MED/3.18d Surface materials and floor coverings with low flame-spread characteristics (d) pipe insulation covers

MED/3.18e Surface materials and floor coverings with low flame-spread characteristics (e)adhesives used in the construction of ‘A’, ‘B’ & ‘C’ class divisions

MED/3.18f Surface materials and floor coverings with low flame-spread characteristics (f)combustible ducts membrane

MED/3.19 Draperies, curtains and other suspended textile materials and films

MED/3.20 — Upholstered furniture

MED/3.21 Bedding components

MED/3.22 — Fire dampers

MED/3.23, Non combustible duct penetrations through ‘A’ class divisions

MED/3.24, Electric cable transits through ‘A’ class divisions

MED/3.25 ‘A’ and ‘B’ class fire proof windows and side scuttles

MED/3.26a Penetrations through ‘A’ class divisions (a) electric cable transits

MED/3.26a Penetrations through ‘A’ class divisions (a) electric cable transits

MED/3.26b Penetrations through ‘A’ class divisions (b)pipe, duct, trunk, etc. penetrations

MED/3.26b Penetrations through ‘A’ class divisions (b)pipe, duct, trunk, etc. penetrations

MED/3.27a Penetrations through ‘B’ class divisions (a) electric cable transits

MED/3.27b Penetrations through ‘B’ class divisions (b)pipe, duct, trunk, etc. Penetrations

MED/3.28 Sprinkler systems (limited to sprinkler heads). (Nozzles for fixed sprinkler systems, for high speed craft (HSC) are included under this item)

MED/3.29 Fire hoses with diameter ≤ 52 mm

MED/3.29 Fire-fighting hoses Non-percolating lay flat firefighting hoses (range of the inside diameter from 25 mm to 52 mm)

MED/3.30 Portable oxygen analysis and gas detection equipment

MED/3.30 Portable oxygen analysis and gas detection equipment

MED/3.31, Nozzles for fixed sprinkler systems for high speed craft ((HSC), deleted as it is covered by MED/3.9 and MED/3.28.

MED/3.32 Fire restricting materials (except furniture) for high speed craft

MED/3.33 Fire restricting materials for furniture for high speed craft

MED/3.34 Fire resisting divisions for high speed craft

MED/3.35 Fire doors on high speed craft

MED/3.36 Fire dampers on high speed craft

MED/3.37a Penetrations through fire resisting divisions on high speed craft (a) electric cable transits,

MED/3.37b Penetrations through fire resisting divisions on high speed craft (b)pipe, duct, trunk etc. penetrations.

MED/3.38 — Portable fire-extinguishing equipment for lifeboats and rescue boats

MED/3.39 Nozzles for equivalent water- mist fire extinguishing systems for machinery spaces and cargo pump rooms

MED/3.40 Low-location lighting systems (components only)

MED/3.41 Emergency escape breathing devices (EEBD)

MED/3.42 Inert gas systems components

MED/3.43 Nozzles for deep fat cooking equipment fire extinguishing systems (automatic or manual type)

MED/3.43 Nozzles for deep fat cooking equipment fire extinguishing systems (automatic or manual type)

MED/3.44 Fire-fighters outfit — lifeline

MED/3.45 Equivalent fixed gas fire extinguishing systems components (extinguishing medium, head valves and nozzles) for machinery spaces and cargo pump rooms

MED/3.46 Equivalent fixed gas fire extinguishing systems for machinery spaces (aerosol systems)

MED/3.47 Concentrate for fixed high expansion foam fire extinguishing systems for machinery spaces and cargo pump rooms. Note: The fixed high expansion foam fire extinguishing system (including those systems which use inside air from their working spaces for their intended performance), for machinery spaces and cargo pump rooms must still be tested with the approved concentrate to the satisfaction of the administration

MED/3.48 Fixed water based local application fire-fighting systems components for use in category A machinery spaces (Nozzles and performance tests)

MED/3.49a Fixed water-based fire-fighting systems for roro spaces, vehicle spaces and special category spaces (a) Prescriptive-based systems as per Circ.1430 Clause 4

MED/3.49b Fixed waterbased firefighting systems for roro spaces, vehicle spaces and special category spaces (b) Performance-based systems as per Circ. 1430 Clause 5

MED/3.51a Fixed fire detection and fire alarm systems components for control stations, service spaces, accommodation spaces, cabin balconies, machinery spaces and unattended machinery spaces: (a) Control and indicating equipment

MED/3.51a Fixed fire detection and fire alarm systems components for control stations, service spaces, accommodation spaces, cabin balconies, machinery spaces and unattended machinery spaces: (a) Control and indicating equipment

MED/3.51b Fixed fire detection and fire alarm systems components for control stations, service spaces, accommodation spaces, cabin balconies, machinery spaces and unattended machinery spaces: (b) Power supply equipment

MED/3.51c Fixed fire detection and fire alarm systems components for control stations, service spaces, accommodation spaces, cabin balconies, machinery spaces and unattended machinery spaces: (c)Heat detectors — Point detectors,

MED/3.51d Fixed fire detection and fire alarm systems components for control stations, service spaces, accommodation spaces, cabin balconies, machinery spaces and unattended machinery spaces: (d)Smoke detectors: Point detectors using scattered light, transmitted light or ionization,

MED/3.51d Fixed fire detection and fire alarm systems components for control stations, service spaces, accommodation spaces, cabin balconies, machinery spaces and unattended machinery spaces: (d)Smoke detectors: Point detectors using scattered light, transmitted light or ionization

MED/3.51e Fixed fire detection and fire alarm systems components for control stations, service spaces, accommodation spaces, cabin balconies, machinery spaces and unattended machinery spaces: (e)Flame detectors: Point detectors

MED/3.51f Fixed fire detection and fire alarm systems components for control stations, service spaces, accommodation spaces, cabin balconies, machinery spaces and unattended machinery spaces: (f) Manual call points

MED/3.51 g Fixed fire detection and fire alarm systems components for control stations, service spaces, accommodation spaces, cabin balconies, machinery spaces and unattended machinery spaces: (g) Short circuit isolators 

MED/3.51 h Fixed fire detection and fire alarm systems components for control stations, service spaces, accommodation spaces, cabin balconies, machinery spaces and unattended machinery spaces: (h) Input/output devices

MED/3.51i Fixed fire detection and fire alarm systems components for control stations, service spaces, accommodation spaces, cabin balconies, machinery spaces and unattended machinery spaces: (i) Cables.

MED/3.52 Non-portable and transportable fire extinguishers

MED/3.53 Fire alarm devices — Sounders

MED/3.54 Fixed oxygen analysis and gas detection equipment

MED/3.55 Dual purpose type nozzles (spray/jet type)

MED/3.56 Fixed firefighting hose systems Hose reels with semi-rigid hose

MED/3.57 Medium Expansion Foam Fire Extinguishing Systems components — Fixed Deck Foam for Tankers

MED/3.58 Fixed Low Expansion Foam Fire Extinguishing Systems Components for Machinery Spaces and Tanker Deck Protection.

MED/3.59 Expansion Foam for Fixed Fire Extinguishing Systems for Chemical Tankers

MED/3.60 — Nozzles for fixed pressure water-spraying fire-extinguishing systems for cabin balconies

MED/3.61a (a) Inside air high expansion foam systems for the protection of machinery spaces, cargo pump rooms, vehicle and ro-ro spaces, special category spaces and cargo spaces. Note: Inside/Outside air high expansion foam systems for the protection of machinery spaces, cargo pump rooms, vehicle and ro-ro spaces, special category spaces and cargo spaces shall be tested with the approved concentrate to the satisfaction of the Administration

MED/3.61b (b) Outside air high expansion foam systems for the protection of machinery spaces, cargo pump rooms, vehicle and ro-ro spaces, special category spaces and cargo spaces. Note: Inside/Outside air high expansion foam systems for the protection of machinery spaces, cargo pump rooms, vehicle and ro-ro spaces, special category spaces and cargo spaces shall be tested with the approved concentrate to the satisfaction of the Administration

MED/3.62 Dry chemical powder extinguishing systems

MED/3.63 Sample extraction smoke detection systems components

MED/3.64 C class divisions

MED/3.65 Fixed hydrocarbon gas detection system

MED/3.66 Evacuation guidance systems used as an alternative to low-location lighting systems MED/3.67 Helicopter facility foam fire- fighting appliances

MED/3.68 Galley Exhaust Duct Fixed Fire Extinguishing Systems components

MED/3.69 Mobile water monitor for ships constructed on or after 1 January 2016 designed to carry five or more tiers of containers on or above the weather deck (new item)

MED/3.70 Fire-fighting hoses Semi-rigid hoses for fixed systems (new item)

MED/3.71 Fixed firefighting hose systems Hose systems with lay-flat hose (new item)

4. Navigation equipment

MED/4.1 Magnetic compass Class A for ships

MED/4.2 Transmitting heading device THD (magnetic method)

MED/4.3 Gyro compass

MED/4.4, Radar equipment, — moved to MED/4.34, MED/4.35 and MED/4.3.6

MED/4.5. Automatic radar plotting aid (ARPA), — moved to MED/4.34

MED/4.6 Echo-sounding equipment

MED/4.7 Speed and distance measuring equipment (SDME)

MED/4.8, Rudder angle, rpm, pitch indicator, — moved to items MED/4.20, MED/4.21 and MED/4.22.

MED/4.9 Rate-of-turn indicator

MED/4.10 Direction finder — Item deliberately left blank. Item MED/4.11. Loran equipment — Item deliberately left blank. Item MED/4.12, Chaika equipment — Item deliberately left blank Item MED/4.13 Decca navigator equipment — Item deliberately left blank. 24.2.2017 L 48/86 Official Journal of the European Union EN

MED/4.14 GPS equipment

MED/4.15 GLONASS equipment

MED/4.16 Heading control system (HCS)

MED/4.17, Mechanical pilot hoist, — moved to MED/1.40. 24.2.2017

MED/4.18 Search and rescue locating devices (SRLD): 9 GHz SAR transponder (SART)

MED/4.19, Radar equipment for high speed craft, — moved to MED/4.37. 24.2.2017

MED/4.20 Rudder angle indicator

MED/4.21 Propeller revolution indicator

MED/4.22 Pitch indicator

MED/4.23 Compass for lifeboats and rescue boats

MED/4.24, Automatic radar plotting aid (ARPA) for high speed craft, — moved to MED/4.37

MED/4.25, Automatic tracking aid (ATA), — moved to MED/4.35

MED/4.26, Automatic tracking aid (ATA) for high speed craft, — moved to MED/4.38.

MED/4.27, Electronic plotting aid, — moved to MED/4.36

MED/4.28, Integrated bridge system, — moved to MED/4.30.

MED/4.29 Voyage data recorder (VDR)

MED/4.30 Electronic chart display and information system (ECDIS) with backup, and raster chart display system (RCDS)

MED/4.31 Gyro compass for high-speed craft

MED/4.32 Universal automatic identification system equipment (AIS)

MED/4.33 Track control system (working at ship’s speed from minimum manoeuvring speed up to 30 knots)

MED/4.34 Radar equipment CAT 1

MED/4.35 Radar equipment CAT 2

MED/4.36 Radar equipment CAT 3

MED/4.37 Radar equipment for high speed craft applications (CAT 1H and CAT 2H)

MED/4.38a Radar equipment approved with a chart option, namely: (a) CAT 1C

MED/4.38b Radar equipment approved with a chart option, namely: (b) CAT 2C

MED/4.38c Radar equipment for high speed craft applications approved with a chart option, namely: (c) CAT 1HC

MED/4.38d Radar equipment for high speed craft applications approved with a chart option, namely: (d) CAT 2HC

MED/4.39 Radar reflector — passive type

MED/4.40 Heading control system for high speed craft

MED/4.41 Transmitting heading device THD (GNSS method)

MED/4.42 Searchlight for high speed craft T

MED/4.43 Night vision equipment for high speed craft

MED/4.43 Night vision equipment for high speed craft

MED/4.44 Differential beacon receiver for DGPS and DGLONASS Equipment

MED/4.45, Chart facilities for shipborne radar — intentionally left blank, as it is covered by MED/4.38.

MED/4.46 Transmitting heading device THD (Gyroscopic method)

MED/4.47 Simplified voyage data recorder (S-VDR)

MED/4.48 ‘Mechanical pilot hoist’ is deliberately left blank (as IMO Res.MSC.308(88), in force on 1 July 2012, quotes: ‘Mechanical pilot hoists shall not be used’)

MED/4.49 Pilot ladder

MED/4.50 DGPS Equipment

MED/4.51 DGLONASS Equipment

MED/4.52 Daylight signalling lamp

MED/4.53 Radar target enhancer

MED/4.54 Bearing Device

MED/4.54 Compass Bearing Device

MED/4.55 Search and rescue locating devices (SRLD): AIS SART equipment

MED/4.56 Galileo Equipment

MED/4.57 Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System (BNWAS)

MED/4.58 Sound reception system

MED/4.59 Integrated navigation system

5. Radio-communication equipment

MED/5.1 VHF radio capable of transmitting and receiving DSC and radiotelephony

MED/5.2 VHF DSC watch-keeping receiver

MED/5.3 NAVTEX receiver

MED/5.4 EGC receiver

MED/5.5 HF marine safety information (MSI) equipment (HF NBDP receiver)

MED/5.6 406 MHz EPIRB (COSPAS-SARSAT)

MED/5.7 ‘Lband EPIRB (INMARSAT)

MED/5.8 ‘MF DSC Reciver

MED/5.9 ‘Two-tone alarm generator

MED/5.10 MF radio capable of transmitting and receiving DSC and radiotelephony Note: In line with IMO and ITU decisions, the requirements for Two Tone Alarm generator and transmission on H3E are no longer applicable in the testing standards

MED/5.11 MF DSC watch-keeping receiver

MED/5.12 Inmarsat-B SES Note: The service will be discontinued on and after 31 December 2016.

MED/5.13 Inmarsat-C SES

MED/5.14 MF/HF radio capable of transmitting and receiving DSC, NBDP and radiotelephony Note: In line with IMO and ITU decisions, the requirements for Two Tone Alarm generator and transmission on A3H are no longer applicable in testing standards.

MED/5.15 MF/HF DSC scanning watch keeping receiver

MED/5.16 Aeronautical two way VHF radio telephone apparatus

MED/5.17 Portable survival craft two-way VHF radiotelephone apparatus

MED/5.18 Fixed survival craft two-way VHF radiotelephone apparatus

MED/5.19 Inmarsat-F77

6. Equipment required under COLREG 72

MED/6.1 Navigation lights

8. Equipment under SOLAS Chapter II-1

MED/8.1 — Water level detectors

MED/8.1 — Water level detectors

ÜRETİCİLER İÇİN ÖNEMLİ DEĞİŞİKLİKLER

  • Ürün markalama

Uygunluk işareti, Onaylanmış Kuruluş numarası ve Wheelmark işaretinin iliştirildiği yılı içermelidir.
Örnek:

 

                                              0437/17

                                             0437/2017

Ayrıca, üreticiler ürünleri tanıma imkanı sağlayacak ürün tipi, parti veya seri numarası vb. unsurlar taşıdığından emin olmalıdır. Ek olarak, isimlerini, tescilli ticari unvanlarını veya tescilli ticari markalarını ve iletişim adreslerini ürün üzerinde belirtmelidirler.

  • Üreticiler teknik dokümantasyonu ve Uygunluk Beyanlarını (Declaration of Conformity) Wheel Mark işareti iliştirildikten sonra en az 10 yıl ve ürünün beklenen ömründen daha kısa olmayacak şekilde saklamalıdır.
  • Module B and G belgelendirmeleri için üretici risk analizi ve değerlendirmesi yapmalıdır.
  • Uygunluk Beyanlarını (Declaration of Conformity) 768/2008/AT (768/2008/EC) Sayılı Karar Annex III’te belirtilen formata göre hazırlamalıdır.

TERSANELER VE ARMATÖRLER için DEĞİŞİKLİKLER

  • Uygunluk Beyanlarının (Declaration of Conformity)  AB bayraklı gemilerde bulunması gereklidir. Denizcilik ekipmanı AB bayraklı  bir gemide bulunduğunda, ilgili ekipmanın Uygunluk Beyanı (Declaration of Conformity) gemiye sağlanmalı ve ekipman gemiden kaldırılana kadar gemide muhafaza edilmelidir.  

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