Posted in: 'BOE' no. 271, of November 8, 2014, pages 92260-92319 (60 pp.)
Section I. General Provisions
Department: Department of Public Works
Reference: BOE-A-2014-11561

 

TEXT

Royal Decree 809/1999, of 14 May, the requirements to be met by marine equipment to be carried on board vessels, pursuant to Directive 96/98 / EC as amended by Directive 98 regulate / 85 / EC lays down common rules for the uniform application of the above apply to marine equipment, according to the testing standards developed by international standardization bodies and by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) international standards.

International conventions and testing standards should apply in their updated versions. Therefore, Directive 96/98 / EC of the Council of 20 December on marine equipment, has been amended several times, replacing the content of Annex A to suit the amendments that have taken place both in the Convention on Safety of Life at Sea, done at London on November 1, 1974 (SOLAS), or other international agreements that are applicable, and testing standards developed by international standards organizations.

The last amendment to Directive 96/98 / EC has been carried out with the approval of Directive 2013/52 / EU of the Commission of 30 October 2013, by amending Directive 96/98 / EC on marine equipment, replacing Annex a to introduce references to the latest approved amendments in both international conventions and testing standards.

In order to incorporate into our law Directive 2013/52 / EU of the Commission, this order is approved and proceeds to the repeal of the rule currently in force, the Order FOM / 1364/2013 to July 9, laying down technical requirements of Royal Decree 809/1999, of 14 May, the requirements to be met by marine equipment to be carried on board vessels are regulated are updated in application of Directive 96/98 / CE.

The first final provision of Royal Decree 809/1999, of May 14, authorizes the Minister of Public Works to upgrade the technical conditions laid down in that provision as a result of the application of the rules of Community law.

By virtue, according to the State Council,

ORDER:

Single article. Approval of Annex A.

The content of Annex "A" of Royal Decree 809/1999, of 14 May, the requirements to be met by marine equipment to be carried on board vessels are regulated under Directive 96/98 / EC as amended by Directive 98/85 / EC is replaced by the Annex attached to this order.

Transitional provision only. Marine equipment already manufactured.

They will market and install on board Spanish vessels, until December 4, 2016, designated as marine equipment transferred from Annex A.2 to Annex A.1, column 1, which were manufactured before December 4 2014 in accordance with the approval procedures in force before that date.

Single derogatory provision. Repeal legislation.

Order FOM / 1364/2013 is repealed July 9, by which the technical requirements of Annex A of Royal Decree 809/1999, of 14 May, which regulates the requirements to be met by computers are updated marine intended to be carried on board vessels, pursuant to Directive 96/98 / EC.

Final provision one. Title competence.

This order is issued pursuant to the provisions of Article 149.1.20.ª of the Constitution, which grants the State exclusive jurisdiction over merchant marine.

Disposal second. Incorporation of EU law.

By this command is incorporated into Spanish law Directive 2013/52 / EU of the Commission of 30 October 2013 amending Directive 96/98 / EC on marine equipment.

Disposal third. Entry into force.

This order shall come into force on 4 December 2014.

Madrid, October 24, 2014.-The Minister of Development, Ana Pastor Julian Maria.

 

ANNEX

"ANNEX A

General note for Annex A: SOLAS rules refer to the consolidated version of SOLAS 2009

General note for Annex A: In some denominations of equipment, column 5 shows potential product variants within the same denomination. Variants products are recorded independently and are separated by a dotted line. Certification purposes, only the appropriate product is chosen, as appropriate (eg, A.1 / 3.3).

List of abbreviations:

A1: Amendment 1 to documents on standards that are not IMO.

A2: Amendment 2 on documents with rules that are not IMO. AC (Amending Corrigendum): Corrigendum amending rules on documents that are not IMO.

CAT: category radar equipment as defined in section 1.3 of IEC 62388 (2007).

Circ .: Circular.

ICG: International Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk.

IBC: International Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk.

Colregs: Convention on the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions.

COMSAR Sub-Committee on Radiocommunications and Search and Rescue IMO.

EN: European Standard.

ETSI: European Telecommunications Standards Institute.

IDS: International Life-Saving Appliance Code.

IEC: International Electrotechnical Commission.

ISO: International Organization for Standardization.

MARPOL International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships.

MEPC: Committee on the Protection of the Marine Environment. MSC: MSC.

NGV: International Code of Safety for High Speed Craft.

NOx: Nitrogen oxides.

ICAO: International Civil Aviation Organization. IMO: International Maritime Organization.

PEF: International Code for Application of Test Procedures for Fire (PEF code).

O2 / HC Systems: oxygen and hydrocarbons.

SOLAS: International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea.

SOx: Sulfur oxides.

FSS, International Systems Code for Fire Safety.

ITU: International Telecommunication Union. Reg .: Rule.

Res .: Resolution.

 

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analysis

Range: Order
Date available: 24/10/2014
Date Posted: 11/08/2014
Entry into force on 4 December 2014.


previous references

REPEAL the Order FOM / 1364/2013, of July 9 (Ref. BOE-A-2013-7834).
REPLACES Annex A of Royal Decree 809/1999, of 14 May (Ref. BOE-A-1999-12083).
Implementing Directive 2013/52 / EU of 30 October (Ref. OJEU L-2013-82401).


Subject

ships
Water pollution
Personal protective equipment
marine Navigation
normalization
IMO
technical regulations
Safety of Life at Sea