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MSC 93 WP 1,Chairman s remarks, 1 5 The Chairman thanked the Secretary General for his opening address and stated. that his advice and requests would be given every consideration in the deliberations of the. Adoption of the agenda and related matters, 1 6 The Committee adopted the agenda MSC 93 1 and agreed that its work would be. guided by the provisional timetable MSC 93 1 1 on the understanding that it was subject to. adjustments and on the progress made each day and the arrangements for working and. drafting groups MSC 93 1 2 The agenda as adopted with a list of documents considered. under each agenda item is set out in document MSC 93 INF. Credentials, 1 7 The Committee noted that credentials of the delegations attending the session were. in due and proper form, 1 8 The Committee expressed its condolences to the families and friends of all those. who lost their lives in the mining accident in Soma Turkey and in the sinking of the ferry. Miraz 4 on the River Meghna in Bangladesh,2 DECISIONS OF OTHER IMO BODIES.
Outcome of TC 63 C 110 C 111 C ES 27 A 28 and MEPC 66. 2 1 The Committee noted the decisions of TC 63 MSC 93 2 C 110 C 111 and. C ES 27 MSC 93 2 1 A 28 MSC 93 2 2 and MEPC 66 MSC 93 2 3 and took appropriate. action under the relevant agenda items, 3 CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF AMENDMENTS TO MANDATORY. INSTRUMENTS, 3 1 Contracting Governments to the 1974 SOLAS Convention were invited to consider. and adopt proposed amendments to, 1 chapters II 1 II 2 and III and a new chapter XIII of the 1974 SOLAS. Convention as amended in accordance with the provisions of article VIII of. the Convention,I MSC 93 WP 1 doc,MSC 93 WP 1, 2 the International Code for Fire Safety Systems FSS Code as amended. in accordance with the provisions of article VIII and regulation II 2 3 22 of. the Convention, 3 the International Life Saving Appliance LSA Code as amended.
in accordance with the provisions of article VIII and regulation III 3 10 of the. Convention, 4 the International Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships. carrying Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk IBC Code as amended in. accordance with the provisions of article VIII and regulation VII 8 1 of the. Convention, 5 the International Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships. Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk IGC Code as amended in accordance. with the provisions of article VIII and regulation VII 11 1 of the Convention. 6 the International Code on the Enhanced Programme of Inspections during. Surveys of Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers 2011 2011 ESP Code. in accordance with the provisions of article VIII and regulation XI 1 2 of the. Convention and, 7 the International Maritime Dangerous Goods IMDG Code in accordance. with the provisions of article VIII and regulation VII 1 1 of the Convention. 3 2 Contracting Governments constituting more than one third of the total of Contracting. Governments to the 1974 SOLAS Convention were present during the consideration and. adoption of the said amendments by the expanded Maritime Safety Committee in. accordance with articles VIII b iii and VIII b iv of the Convention The proposed. amendments to the 1974 SOLAS Convention and to codes mandatory under the Convention. had been circulated in accordance with SOLAS article VIII b i to all IMO Members and. Contracting Governments to the Convention by Circular Letters No 3405 and Corr 1 of 30. September 2013 and 4 November 2013 respectively and No 3414 of 21 October 2013. 3 3 Parties to the 1978 STCW Convention were invited to participate in the. consideration and adoption of proposed amendments to chapter I of the Convention and a. I MSC 93 WP 1 doc,MSC 93 WP 1, new section A I 16 in part A of the STCW Code Parties constituting more than one third of. the total of Parties to the 1978 STCW Convention were present during the consideration and. adoption of the said amendments by the expanded Maritime Safety Committee in. accordance with the provisions of article XII 1 a iv and regulation I 1 2 3 of the Convention. The proposed amendments to the 1978 STCW Convention and part A of the STCW Code. had been circulated in accordance with article XII 1 a i of the Convention to all IMO. Members and Parties to the Convention by Circular Letter No 3402 of 5 September 2013. 3 4 Parties to the 1988 Load Lines Protocol were invited to consider and adopt. proposed amendments to the Protocol Parties constituting more than one third of the total of. Parties to the Protocol were present during the consideration and adoption of the said. amendments by the expanded Maritime Safety Committee in accordance with the provisions. of paragraph 2 f ii bb of article VI of the Protocol The proposed amendments to the 1988. Load Lines Protocol had been circulated in accordance with article VI of the Protocol to all. IMO Members and Parties to the Protocol by Circular Letter No 3392 of 15 August 2013. 3 5 The Committee was also invited to consider and. 1 adopt a draft MSC resolution on Amendments to the Code for the. Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Dangerous Chemicals in. Bulk BCH Code, 2 adopt a draft MSC resolution on Amendments to the Code for Existing.
Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk EGC Code, 3 adopt a draft MSC resolution on Amendments to the Code for the. Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk GC. 4 adopt a draft MSC resolution on Amendments to the Revised. Recommendation on testing of life saving appliances resolution. 5 adopt a draft MSC resolution on Requirements for periodic servicing and. maintenance of lifeboats and rescue boats launching appliances and. release gear,I MSC 93 WP 1 doc,MSC 93 WP 1, 6 approve a draft MSC circular on Guidelines for validating the construction. of a completed adult reference test device RTD, 7 approve a draft MSC circular on Guidelines on safety during abandon ship. drills using lifeboats, 8 approve a draft MSC circular on Recommendation on safety measures for. existing vehicle carriers carrying motor vehicles with compressed hydrogen. or natural gas in their tanks for their own propulsion as cargo. 9 approve a draft MSC circular on Guidelines for the design performance. testing and approval of mobile water monitors used for the protection of. on deck cargo areas of ships designed and constructed to carry five or. more tiers of containers on or above the weather deck and. 10 approve a draft MSC MEPC circular on Products requiring. oxygen dependent inhibitors,PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE 1974 SOLAS CONVENTION.
Proposed amendments to SOLAS chapter II 1,Regulation 29 Steering gear. 3 6 The Committee recalled that the proposed amendments to SOLAS regulation II 1 29. were developed by DE 57 and approved by MSC 92 and noted that no comments had been. submitted on the draft amendments, 3 7 The Committee taking into account comments provided in item 1 of the annex to. document MSC 93 17 5 United Kingdom considered the application requirements of the. proposed amendments to SOLAS regulation II 1 29 and agreed that the new requirements. should apply to new and existing ships, 3 8 The Committee confirmed the contents of the proposed amendments to SOLAS. regulation II 1 29 subject to additional modifications to clarify application requirements and. editorial improvements if any,I MSC 93 WP 1 doc,MSC 93 WP 1. Proposed amendments to SOLAS chapter II 2,Regulation 1 Application.
Regulation 3 Definitions,Regulation 4 Probability of ignition. Regulation 9 Containment of fire,Regulation 10 Firefighting. Regulation 13 Means of escape,Regulation 16 Operations. Regulation 18 Helicopter facilities, New regulation 20 1 Requirements for vehicle carriers carrying motor vehicles with. compressed hydrogen or natural gas in their tanks for their own propulsion as cargo. 3 9 The Committee recalled that the proposed amendments to SOLAS regulations. II 2 1 3 4 9 10 13 16 and 18 and the new SOLAS regulation II 2 20 1 were developed by. FP 56 and approved by MSC 92, 3 10 The Committee considered document MSC 93 3 9 Japan commenting on the draft.
amendments to SOLAS regulation II 2 18 in relation to the provisions of resolution A 911 22. on Uniform wording for referencing IMO instruments and proposing to. 1 adopt an MSC resolution on Performance standards for helicopter facility. foam firefighting appliances containing the equivalent requirements set out. in MSC 1 Circ 1431 on Guidelines for the approval of helicopter facility. foam firefighting appliances which were referred to in the draft. amendments to SOLAS regulation II 2 18 as a footnote and. 2 modify the draft amendments to SOLAS regulation II 2 18 in order to refer. to the above MSC resolution instead of MSC 1 Circ 1431 so as to make. the provisions of such resolution mandatory under the Convention. 3 11 Some delegations supported the proposal whilst others were of the view that the. new Performance standards would introduce unintended mandatory requirements which. could affect a large number of ships that occasionally operate with helicopters In addition if. the Committee was to adopt the amendments to SOLAS regulation II 2 18 as presented in. document MSC 93 3 it would result in existing mandatory safety requirements being deleted. 3 12 After an extensive discussion the Committee agreed to refer the draft amendments. to SOLAS regulation II 2 18 and document MSC 93 3 9 to SSE 2 for further consideration. under Any other business with one session needed to finalize the draft amendments. I MSC 93 WP 1 doc,MSC 93 WP 1, 3 13 Furthermore having considered document MSC 93 3 11 IACS the Committee. agreed that the new requirements for helicopter facilities should apply to new ships only and. instructed SSE 2 to clearly reflect the application requirements in the draft amendments. 3 14 The Committee having considered document MSC 93 3 12 Japan commenting on. the draft amendments to SOLAS regulation II 2 13 4 and proposing additional amendments. to the existing paragraph 4 2 2 to be renumbered as 4 2 4 in order to allow dispensation. from two means of escape as contained in the draft paragraphs 4 2 2 and 4 2 3 i e Escape. from machinery control rooms in machinery spaces of category A and Escape from main. workshops in machinery spaces of category A did not agree with the proposed additional. amendments, 3 15 The Committee also having considered document MSC 93 3 13 IACS agreed that. the requirements of SOLAS regulation II 2 13 4 should apply to new ships only. 3 16 The Committee considered document MSC 93 3 15 IACS proposing modifications. to the draft amendments to SOLAS regulations II 2 4 5 5 and 16 3 3 and the IBC Code. including new related amendments to SOLAS regulation II 2 1 with a view to clarifying. application requirements related to new and existing ships and equivalent arrangements or. means of protection in lieu of fixed installations. 3 17 While introducing the proposal the IACS observer stated that the issues presented. in paragraphs 9 3 and 10 of document MSC 93 3 15 had been overtaken by decisions made. at MEPC 66 and thus decided to withdraw those proposals Moreover the reference to. paragraph 16 3 3 as set out in paragraph 9 1 of document MSC 93 3 15 should be. amended to read 16 3 3 3, 3 18 After a brief discussion the Committee agreed with the proposals set out in. document MSC 93 3 15 including the modifications mentioned in paragraph 3 17. 3 19 The Committee having considered document MSC 93 3 16 Finland proposing. modifications to the footnote referred to in the draft amendments to SOLAS regulation. II 2 9 7 5 1 1 3 fire safety of galley ranges based on the provisions of resolution A 911 22. related to industry standards referred to in IMO conventions or other mandatory instruments. did not agree with the proposed modifications,I MSC 93 WP 1 doc. MSC 93 WP 1, 3 20 The Committee also considered the comments and observations provided in.
items 2 3 4 and 7 of the annex to document MSC 93 17 5 United Kingdom and. 1 agreed that the draft amendments to SOLAS regulations II 2 4 5 5 1 1 and. 4 5 5 1 3 and the new SOLAS regulation II 2 20 1 should apply to ships. constructed before the application date of the chapter i e 1 July 2012 and. that further consideration should be given to application requirements for. ships constructed before 1 July 2002 and, 2 noted the information related to the draft amendments to SOLAS. regulations II 2 3 and II 2 9 7 and that the issues related to the draft. amendments to SOLAS regulations II 2 13 and 16 had been addressed. when considering documents MSC 93 3 13 and MSC 93 3 15 see. paragraphs 3 15 to 3 18, 3 21 The Committee further considered urgent matters emanating from SSE 1. and agreed with the additional modifications to the proposed amendments to SOLAS. regulation II 2 9 7 1 1 as set out in paragraphs 2 5 and 2 7 of document MSC 93 12. 3 22 The Committee also considered the proposed amendments to SOLAS. regulation II 2 4 5 5 3 2 and agreed to delete the square brackets along with the text. 3 23 The Committee confirmed the contents of the proposed amendments to SOLAS. chapter II 2 including the above modifications subject to editorial improvements if any. 3 24 The Committee noted the concerns expressed by the delegation of the Bahamas. supported by ITF relating to the requirements for carriage of a water mist lance which may. expose seafarers to significant danger which they had also expressed when the draft. amendments were approved at MSC 92 MSC 92 26 paragraph 8 11. Proposed amendments to SOLAS chapter III,Regulation 3 Definitions. Regulation 20 Operational readiness maintenance and inspections. 3 25 The Committee recalled that the proposed amendments to SOLAS regulations III 3. and 20 were developed by DE 57 and approved by MSC 92 and noted that no comments on. the draft amendments had been received,I MSC 93 WP 1 doc. MSC 93 WP 1, 3 26 During the consideration of the above draft amendments several concerns were.
expressed with regard to a number of conflicting requirements for periodic servicing and. maintenance of lifeboats and rescue boats launching appliances and release gear set out in. the draft amendments MSC 93 3 annex 2 and the associated draft MSC resolution on. Requirements for periodic servicing and maintenance of lifeboats and rescue boats. launching appliances and release gear MSC 93 3 4 annex 1. 3 27 In this context the following views were expressed that. 1 it was not clear whether the examination and operational test referred to in. paragraphs 11 2 2 and 11 4 2 of the draft amendments to SOLAS regulation. III 20 should be conducted by properly trained personnel familiar with the. system and properly trained personnel familiar with the appliance. respectively or by service providers authorized by the Administration or by. personnel appropriately trained and certified for the work to be done in. accordance with paragraphs 3 1 and 3 2 and 4 1 to 4 3 of the draft resolution. 2 that the above terms should be clarified with the view to achieving a. unanimous understanding, 3 to solve the issues three relevant activities could be identified as follows. 1 maintenance which could be carried out by the ship s crew. 2 annual thorough examination and operational test which could be. carried out by proper trained personnel familiar with the. system appliance such as a shipboard person or an authorized. service provider and, 3 repair and overhaul of equipment which should be carried out by. the manufacturer or authorized service provider, 4 the terms periodic servicing and annual servicing specified in paragraph. 11 5 of the draft amendments to regulation III 20 and paragraph 5 3 of the. annex to the draft resolution respectively were not defined and therefore. should be replaced with the term maintenance annual thorough. examination and repair and overhaul,I MSC 93 WP 1 doc. MSC 93 WP 1, 5 the use of the term periodic servicing was not an issue however.
maintenance should not be included as part of periodic servicing. 6 a possible solution to address the issue could be to delete the words. familiar with the system and familiar with the appliance in paragraphs. 11 2 2 and 11 4 2 respectively and include a reference to properly trained. personnel in accordance with chapter 8 of the Requirements for periodic. servicing and maintenance of lifeboats and rescue boats launching. appliances and release gear, 7 there was an inconsistency between paragraph 11 5 of the draft. amendments to regulation III 20 where the weekly and monthly inspections. were excluded and paragraph 4 1 of the annex to the draft resolution. where they were required, 8 consideration should be given to the inclusion of requirements for properly. trained personnel familiar with the system in the existing SOLAS regulation. III 20 11 1 2, 9 the requirement of paragraph 4 1 of the annex to the draft resolution would. impose an unnecessary burden to the senior ship s officer for example for. tasks requiring to check the oil level and could be replaced instead for a. requirement to be conducted under the direction of the senior ship s. officer and, 10 the review of all the above inconsistencies would be beyond the drafting. exercise and therefore the draft amendments should be referred back to. the relevant sub committee, 3 28 After consideration the Committee noting the number of inconsistencies between.
the requirements of the draft amendments to SOLAS regulations III 3 and 20 and the draft. MSC resolution on Requirements for periodic servicing and maintenance of lifeboats and. rescue boats launching appliances and release gear agreed to refer the above mentioned. draft amendments including document MSC 93 3 4 to SSE 2 for further consideration under. Any other business with one session needed to finalize the draft amendments. I MSC 93 WP 1 doc,MSC 93 WP 1, Proposed new SOLAS chapter XIII Verification of compliance with the provisions of. the Convention,Regulation 1 Definitions,Regulation 2 Application. Regulation 3 Verification of compliance, 3 29 The Committee recalled that the proposed new SOLAS chapter XIII was developed. by FSI 20 and approved by MSC 91 to make the use of the IMO Instruments Implementation. Code III Code mandatory, 3 30 The Committee noted as reported in document MSC 93 3 6 that A 28 having. considered the recommendations made by the MSC and the MEPC had adopted resolutions. A 1070 28 on IMO Instruments Implementation Code III Code A 1067 28 on Framework. and procedures for the IMO Member State Audit Scheme A 1068 28 on Transition from the. Voluntary IMO Member State Audit Scheme to the IMO Member State Audit Scheme. A 1083 28 on Amendments to the International Convention on Load Lines 1966. A 1084 28 on Amendments to the International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of. Ships 1969 and A 1085 28 on Amendments to the Convention on the International. Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea 1972, 3 31 In this context the Committee also noted that the Assembly in adopting resolutions.
A 1083 28 A 1084 28 and A 1085 28 had agreed to a number of modifications as set out. in paragraphs 40 44 and 49 of document A 28 6 b 2 and invited the MSC and the MEPC to. take them into account when considering the corresponding amendments to the SOLAS. MARPOL and STCW Conventions and the 1988 LL Protocol to make the use of the III Code. mandatory with a view to aligning them with those adopted by the Assembly. 3 32 The Committee further noted that MEPC 66 had adopted in line with the text of the. amendments adopted by A 28 resolutions MEPC 246 66 on Amendments to MARPOL. Annexes I II III IV and V and MEPC 247 66 on Amendments to MARPOL Annex VI to. make the use of the III Code mandatory, 3 33 Having considered the draft new SOLAS chapter XIII the Committee confirmed its. contents subject to further relevant modifications to align the text of the new chapter with the. text of the resolutions adopted by the Assembly including editorial improvements if any. I MSC 93 WP 1 doc,MSC 93 WP 1, Date of entry into force of the proposed amendments. 3 34 The Committee agreed that the SOLAS amendments to chapters II 1 and II 2 and. the new SOLAS chapter XIII proposed for adoption at the current session should be deemed. to have been accepted on 1 July 2015 and to enter into force on 1 January 2016. 3 35 The Committee also agreed that in order to clearly reflect the decisions of A 28 the. SOLAS amendments to chapter XIII should be adopted by a separate MSC resolution. i e one for the SOLAS amendments to chapters II 1 and II 2 and one for the new SOLAS. chapter XIII,PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO MANDATORY CODES. Proposed amendments to the FSS Code, 3 36 The Committee recalled that the proposed amendments to the FSS Code were. developed by FP 56 and approved by MSC 92 and having noted that no comments had. been submitted on the draft amendments confirmed their contents subject to editorial. improvements if any, 3 37 The Committee agreed that the above amendments to the FSS Code proposed for.
adoption at the current session should be deemed to have been accepted on 1 July 2015. and to enter into force on 1 January 2016,Proposed amendments to the LSA Code. 3 38 The Committee recalled that the proposed amendments to the LSA Code were. developed by DE 57 and approved by MSC 92 and having noted that no comments had. been submitted on the draft amendments confirmed their contents subject to editorial. improvements if any, 3 39 The Committee agreed that the above amendments to the LSA Code proposed for. adoption at the current session should be deemed to have been accepted on 1 July 2015. and to enter into force on 1 January 2016,Proposed amendments to the IBC Code. 3 40 The Committee recalled that the proposed amendments to the IBC Code were. developed by BLG 17 and SLF 55 and approved by MEPC 65 and MSC 92. I MSC 93 WP 1 doc,MSC 93 WP 1, 3 41 The Committee noted that PPR 1 had requested MEPC 66 and MSC 93 to concur. with the deletion of the asterisk at the end of paragraph 15 13 5 1 of the draft amendments to. the IBC Code MSC 93 20 6 paragraph 2 1, 3 42 In this context the Committee also noted that MEPC 66 had agreed not to delete.
the asterisk and added instead a footnote to subparagraphs 15 13 5 1 and 15 13 5 2 which. refers to the MSC MEPC circular on Products requiring oxygen dependent inhibitors as. approved by MEPC 66 subject to concurrent decision by MSC 93 and adopted resolution. MEPC 250 66 on Amendments to the IBC Code including additional amendments to. paragraphs 15 13 5 1 and 15 13 5 2 which make reference to SOLAS regulation II 2 4 5 5. as amended to cover new and existing ships respectively MEPC 66 had also requested. MSC 93 to consider and decide on the final text of the above mentioned footnote when. adopting the corresponding amendments to the Code MEPC 66 21 paragraphs 6 16 6 17. 6 61 6 62 and 21 2 2, 3 43 Having noted the decisions taken by MEPC 66 the Committee confirmed the. contents of the draft amendments to the IBC Code as adopted by MEPC 66 subject to. editorial improvements if any, 3 44 The Committee agreed that the above amendments to the IBC Code proposed for. adoption at the current session should be deemed to have been accepted on 1 July 2015 and. to enter into force on 1 January 2016 in line with the amendments adopted by MEPC 66. Proposed amendments to the IGC Code, 3 45 The Committee recalled that the proposed amendments to the IGC Code which. contains the revised IGC Code were developed by BLG 17 and SLF 55 and approved by. 3 46 The Committee considered documents MSC 93 3 7 and MSC 93 3 8 Japan. United States and SIGTTO and agreed with the proposed modifications to the draft revised. IGC Code in order to clarify the terms toxic products water spray water application and. similar expressions for consistency of textual expression and other additional editorial. modifications,I MSC 93 WP 1 doc,MSC 93 WP 1, 3 47 The Committee also had for its consideration MSC 93 3 14 Republic of Korea. proposing that the application date of the draft revised IGC Code be based on three dates. instead of a single keel laying date to avoid major design changes to ships awaiting. construction under an existing contract, 3 48 In considering the above proposal the Committee noted the following views.
expressed during the discussion, 1 the application date based on three dates could be used but with different. options for delivery date e g 2 3 or 4 years see also subparagraphs 2. and 3 below, 2 application date based on three dates with two years delivery date should. be used to avoid delays in implementation, 3 gas carriers were very complex ships which require at least four years for. 4 the current definition of the application of the draft revised IGC Code is. consistent with the 1993 IGC Code and SOLAS regulation VII 11 which. implements the IGC Code and relies solely on a single keel laying date. 5 there were a considerable number of gas carriers under contract which. would require design modifications to comply with the revised IGC Code as. currently drafted and to address this a possible way forward could be to. delay the entry into force or implementation of the revised IGC Code by six. months i e 1 July 2016 and, 6 should the three dates proposal be accepted a considerable number of. modifications to the draft text of the revised IGC Code would be required. including possible amendments to SOLAS, 3 49 Taking into account the above views the Committee while at first noting that the.
majority of delegations that had spoken supported the three dates option recognized the. difficulty of this option see paragraph 3 48 6 and agreed bearing in mind the importance of. adopting the amendments to the IGC Code at this session to use a single keel laying date. with a delayed entry into force or implementation date by six months as the compromise. solution i e 1 July 2016,I MSC 93 WP 1 doc,MSC 93 WP 1. Proposed amendments to the 2011 ESP Code, 3 50 The Committee recalled that the proposed amendments to the 2011 ESP Code. were developed by DE 57 and approved by MSC 92 and having noted that no comments. had been submitted on the draft amendments confirmed their contents subject to editorial. improvements if any, 3 51 The Committee agreed that the above amendments to the 2011 ESP Code. proposed for adoption at the current session should be deemed to have been accepted on 1. July 2015 and to enter into force on 1 January 2016. Proposed amendments to the IMDG Code, 3 52 The Committee recalled that the proposed amendments to the IMDG Code were. agreed by DSC 18 finalized by E T 20 and circulated in accordance with article VIII of the. 1974 SOLAS Convention and the amendment procedure for the IMDG Code agreed by. MSC 75 MSC 75 24 paragraph 7 36 3, 3 53 Having noted that no comments had been submitted on the draft amendments the.
Committee confirmed their contents including the additional modifications to the IMDG Code. due to the entry into force of amendments to the CSC 1972 on 1 July 2014. MSC 93 3 Add 2 subject to editorial improvements if any. 3 54 The Committee agreed that the above amendments to the IMDG Code proposed for. adoption at the current session should be deemed to have been accepted on 1 July 2015. and to enter into force on 1 January 2016 and that SOLAS Contracting Governments may. apply the amendments in whole or in part on a voluntary basis as from 1 January 2015. PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE 1978 STCW CONVENTION AS AMENDED AND STCW CODE. Proposed amendments to chapter I General provisions. 3 55 The Committee recalled that the proposed amendments to the STCW Convention. and Code were developed by STW 44 and approved by MSC 92 and noted that no. comments on the proposed amendments had been submitted. 3 56 The Committee noted that the proposed amendments to the STCW Convention and. Code were related to the III Code and that the proposed amendments to the STCW Code also. contained draft amendments related to Minimum in service eyesight standards for seafarers.

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