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1 Pollution prevention for ships Required documents September 2016

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3 Contents Creative Commons information 1 Contents 2 Oil 3 MARPOL requirements 5 Noxious liquid substances in bulk 7 MARPOL requirements 8 Packaged harmful substances 10 MARPOL requirements 10 Sewage 11 MARPOL requirements 12 Garbage 13 MARPOL requirements 13 Insurance 14 MARPOL requirements 14 Pollution prevention for ships Required documents - ii -

4 Oil Refer: TOMPA* Part 4 and TOMPR** Part 2 1. Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan (SOPEP) Refer: TOMPA Part 4 Division 6 and TOMPR Part 2 Division 3 SOPEP to be kept by: all ships more than 35m in length overall; and ships more than 24m in length overall if carrying oil as cargo or if there is a vehicle on board carrying more than 400L of oil as cargo. A ship s SOPEP must be in the approved form, in the English language and include the following particulars (d) (e) the procedure to be followed by the ship s master, or someone else having charge of the ship, in notifying a reportable incident that is a discharge or probable discharge of oil involving the ship (see below) a list of the entities to be notified by persons on board if the reportable incident happens the procedure to be followed for coordinating with entities notified about the reportable incident the name of the person on board through whom all communications about the reportable incident are to be made a detailed description of the action to be taken, immediately after the reportable incident, by persons on board to minimise or control any discharge of oil from the ship resulting from the reportable incident. If a ship does not have on board a shipboard oil pollution emergency plan, the ship s owner and master each commit an offence. Maximum penalty 850 penalty units. Reporting requirements for SOPEP Refer: TOMPR Part 8 (1) For section 67(2) or (3) of the Act, a reportable incident in relation to a ship may be notified to an authorised officer by communicating the reportable incident to a relevant person at any of the following centres of MSQ (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) Brisbane Vessel Traffic Service Centre Cairns Vessel Traffic Service Centre Gladstone Vessel Traffic Service Centre Gold Coast Hay Point Vessel Traffic Service Centre Mackay Townsville; or the centre at the Australian Search and Rescue, Australian Maritime Safety Authority, Canberra. (2) The notice must start with the code word POLREP ; and include all of the following information (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) name of the ship and its flag of registry the ship s call sign (if it has one) size and type of the ship date and time of the incident ship s position when the reportable incident happened and at the time of the notification prevailing weather conditions when the reportable incident happened course and speed of the ship at the time of the notification (viii) whether the ship has been damaged and, if so, the extent of the damage (ix) the type and extent of the discharge, including the type of oil or the correct technical name of the noxious liquid substance or packaged harmful substance. Report about reportable incident The time prescribed for giving the report to an authorised officer is within 48 hours after an authorised officer asks for a report about the reportable incident. Pollution prevention for ships Required documents - 3 -

5 2. Oil Record Book Refer: TOMPR Part 2 Division 4 Oil record book to be kept by a: ship that is an oil tanker of 150gt or more ship other than an oil tanker, of 150gt or more that carries oil in a portable tank with a capacity of 400L or more ship other than an oil tanker, of 400gt or more. ship means a trading ship proceeding en route on an intrastate voyage; or an Australian fishing vessel proceeding en route on a voyage other than an overseas voyage; or a pleasure vessel. The ship must carry a current oil record book that is readily available for inspection at all reasonable times. If the ship does not carry a current oil record book, the ship s owner and master each commit an offence. Maximum penalty 350 penalty units. The ship s owner and master must ensure any previous oil record book for the ship is kept on board for 3 years from the day when the last entry was made in the book; and while kept as required under paragraph, is readily available for inspection at all reasonable times. Maximum penalty 350 penalty units. Form of oil record book An oil record book must comply with the requirements for an oil record book under the Protection of the Sea (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Act 1983 (Cwlth), section 12. This states that: Entries in the Oil Record Book must be made in the English language; and must be signed by the officer in charge of the prescribed operation or prescribed occurrence. If a recordable operation or recordable event is carried out or happens in or in relation to the ship, the ship s master must make an appropriate entry about the operation or event in the ship s oil record book without delay. Entries for oil record book Refer: TOMPR Schedule 1, Part 1 i. Machinery space operations Each of the following is a recordable operation (d) (e) ballasting or cleaning of an oil fuel tank discharge of dirty ballast or dirty cleaning water from an oil fuel tank disposal of oil residues that are sludge discharge overboard or another disposal of bilge water that has accumulated in any machinery space bunkering of fuel or bulk lubricating oil. ii. Cargo or ballast operations Each of the following is a recordable operation (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) loading of oil cargo, including by transfer operation internal transfer of oil cargo during voyage unloading of oil cargo, including by transfer operation ballasting of cargo tanks and dedicated clean ballast tanks cleaning of cargo tanks, including crude oil washing discharge of ballast except from segregated ballast tanks discharge of water from slop tanks closure of all applicable valves or similar devices after slop tank discharge operations closure of valves necessary for isolation of dedicated clean ballast tanks from cargo and stripping lines after slop tank discharge operations disposal of residues after an operation mentioned in paragraphs to (i). iii. Recordable events Each of the following is a recordable event discharge into coastal waters of oil or an oily mixture necessary for the purpose of securing the safety of a ship or saving life at sea discharge into coastal waters of oil or an oily mixture resulting from damage to a ship or its equipment discharge into coastal waters of an oily mixture, approved by an authorised officer, to combat Pollution prevention for ships Required documents - 4 -

6 (d) specific pollution incidents to minimise the damage from pollution failure of the ship s oil filtering equipment (e) discharge exempted under part 2, division 2. List of items to be recorded in the oil record book Refer: MARPOL Annex I, Appendix III MARPOL requirements 3 Oil Record Book Part I (Refer MARPOL Annex I, Regulation 17) shall be provided to every oil tanker of 150 gross tonnage and above and every ship of 400 gross tonnage and above, other than oil tankers, to record relevant machinery space operations. MARPOL Annex I, Appendix III Part I shows a comprehensive list of items of machinery space operations which are, when appropriate, to be recorded in the Oil Record Book Part I. 3 Oil Record Book Part II (Refer MARPOL Annex I, Regulation 36) shall also be provided for oil tankers, to record relevant cargo/ballast operations. MARPOL Annex I, Appendix III Part II shows a comprehensive list of items of cargo and ballast operations which are, when appropriate, to be recorded in the Oil Record Book Part II. 4. Ship-to-ship oil transfer operation plan Refer: MARPOL Annex I amendment July (Entry into force: 1 January 2011) MARPOL Annex I amendments for the prevention of marine pollution during some ship-to-ship (STS) oil transfer operations. The new chapter 8 on prevention of pollution during transfer of oil cargo between oil tankers at sea will apply to oil tankers of 150 gross tonnage and above and will require any oil tanker involved in oil cargo STS operations to have, on board, a plan prescribing how to conduct STS operations (the STS Plan), which would be approved by its administration. Notification to the relevant coastal state will be required not less than 48 hours in advance of the scheduled STS operations although some relaxation to this rule is allowed in certain, very specific, cases. The regulations are not intended to apply to bunkering operations. Consequential amendments to the International Oil Pollution Prevention (IOPP) Certificate, the Supplement to the IOPP Certificate and the Oil Record Book. 5. International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate Refer: MARPOL Annex I, Regulation 7 An International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate shall be issued, after an initial or renewal survey in accordance with the provisions of regulation 6 of Annex I, to any oil tanker of 150 gross tonnage and above and any other ships of 400 gross tonnage and above which are engaged in international voyages. Form of certificate Refer: MARPOL Annex I, Regulation 9 and Appendix II The International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate shall be drawn up in the form as set out in MARPOL Annex I, Appendix II. Note: This certificate shall be supplemented by a Record of Construction and Equipment. 5 Supplements to the International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate (IOPP Certificate) Form A Record of construction and equipment for ships other than oil tankers. Refer: MARPOL Annex I, Appendix, Form A This record shall be permanently attached to the IOPP Certificate. The IOPP Certificate shall be available on board the ship at all times. Form B Record of construction and equipment for oil tankers. Refer: MARPOL Annex I, Appendix, Form B This Record shall be permanently attached to the IOPP Certificate. The IOPP Certificate shall be available on board the ship at all times. 6. Record of oil discharge monitoring and control system for the last ballast voyage Refer: MARPOL 73/78, Annex I, Regulation 15(3) Every oil tanker of 150 gross tonnage and above shall be fitted with an oil discharge monitoring and control system approved by the International Maritime Organization. The system shall be fitted with a recording Pollution prevention for ships Required documents - 5 -

7 device to provide a continuous record of the discharge in litres per nautical mile and total quantity discharged, or the oil content and rate of discharge. This record shall be identifiable as to time and date and shall be kept for at least three years. 7. Dedicated Clean Ballast Tank Operation Manual Refer: MARPOL 73/78, Annex I, Regulation 13A Every oil tanker operating with dedicated clean ballast tanks in accordance with the provisions of regulation 13(10) of Annex I of MARPOL 73/78 shall be provided with a Dedicated Clean Ballast Tank Operation Manual detailing the system and specifying operational procedures. Such a manual shall be to the satisfaction of the International Maritime Organization and shall contain all the information set out in the specifications referred to in paragraph 2 of regulation 13A of Annex I of MARPOL 73/78. regulated under the Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Act 1994 and Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Regulation 2016 designed to carry more than 12 passengers. # MARPOL = International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, Crude Oil Washing Operation and Equipment Manual (COW Manual) Refer: MARPOL 73/78, Annex I, Regulation 13B Every oil tanker operating with crude oil washing systems shall be provided with an Operations and Equipment Manual detailing the system and equipment and specifying operational procedures. Such a manual shall be to the satisfaction of the International Maritime Organization and shall contain all the information set out in the specifications referred to in paragraph 2 of regulation 13B of Annex I of MARPOL 73/ Oil Discharge Monitoring and Control (ODMC) Operational Manual Refer: MARPOL 73/78, Annex I, Regulation 15(3) Every oil tanker fitted with an Oil Discharge Monitoring and Control system shall be provided with instructions as to the operation of the system in accordance with an operational manual approved by the International Maritime Organization. * TOMPA = Transport Operations (Marine Pollution) Act 1995 ** TOMPR = Transport Operations (Marine Pollution) Regulation 2008 *** Declared Ships = have a fixed toilet and are either domestic commercial vessels with a certificate of operation issued, or taken to be issued, under the Marine Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law Act 2012 stating it is a class 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 4C, 4D or 4E ship; or other Queensland regulated ships Pollution prevention for ships Required documents - 6 -

8 Noxious liquid substances in bulk Refer: TOMPA Part 5 and TOMPR Part 3 1. Procedures and arrangements manual Refer: TOMPA Part 5 Division 6; MARPOL Annex II Regulation 14 and Appendix 4 A ship certified to carry noxious liquid substances category X, Y or Z must have on board a procedures and arrangements manual as defined in the Protection of the Sea (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Act 1983 (Cwlth), section 15. The letter X, Y, Z refers to the Pollution Category assigned to each product under MARPOL Annex II. Refer to TOMPR Schedule 2 for the International Bulk Chemical Code. Maximum penalty 350 penalty units. 2. Shipboard marine pollution emergency plan for noxious liquid substances Refer: TOMPA Part 5 Division 6 A shipboard marine pollution emergency plan for noxious substances is to be kept by ships with a gross tonnage of 150 or more that are certified to carry noxious liquid substances ( prescribed ship ) in accordance with the Protection of the Sea (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Act 1983 (Cwlth), section 22A. This states that: There must be kept on board the ship a shipboard marine pollution emergency plan for noxious liquid substances written in the working language of the master of, and the officers on board, the ship. A shipboard marine pollution emergency plan for noxious liquid substances must be in accordance with the prescribed form and set out the following particulars: the procedures to be followed by the master of the ship, or any other person having charge of the ship, in notifying a prescribed incident in relation to the ship a list of the authorities or persons that are to be notified by persons on the ship if a prescribed incident occurs in relation to the ship a detailed description of the action to be taken, immediately after a prescribed incident, by persons on board the ship to reduce or control (d) (e) any discharge from the ship resulting from the incident the procedures to be followed for coordinating with the authorities or persons who have been contacted (whether in Australia or in a country near to the place where the incident occurred) any action to be taken in combating the pollution caused by the incident and, in particular, the person on board the ship through whom all communications are to be made. Other relevant particulars may be included in the shipboard marine pollution emergency plan for noxious liquid substances. If the ship does not have on board a shipboard marine pollution emergency plan for noxious liquid substances, the master of the ship and the owner of the ship each commit an offence. Maximum penalty 850 penalty units. 3. Cargo Record Book Refer: TOMPR Part 3 Division 3; MARPOL # Annex II Regulation 9 Cargo record book is to be kept by a trading ship carrying liquid substances in bulk that is proceeding en route on an intrastate voyage. Cargo record book must be carried on ship or retained The ship must carry a current cargo record book that is readily available for inspection at all reasonable times. If the ship does not carry a current cargo record book as required, the ship s owner and master each commit an offence. Maximum penalty 350 penalty units. Also, the ship s owner and master must ensure any previous cargo record book for the ship is kept on board for 3 years from the day when the last entry was made in the book and is readily available for inspection at all reasonable times. Pollution prevention for ships Required documents - 7 -

9 If the previous cargo record book is not kept and readily available for inspection as required, the ship s owner and master each commit an offence. Maximum penalty 350 penalty units. Form of cargo record book A cargo record book must comply with the requirements for a cargo record book under the Protection of the Sea (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Act 1983 (Cwlth), section 23. This states that an entry in a ship s cargo record book: shall be made in the English language; and in the case of an entry made in relation to a prescribed operation, shall be signed by the officer or other person in charge of the operation. Where a page of a ship s cargo record book is completed, the master of the ship shall, without delay, sign the page. Refer to MARPOL Appendix 2 of Annex II for the format of a Cargo Record Book for ships carrying noxious liquid substances in bulk. Entries in cargo record book If a recordable operation or recordable event is carried out or happens in or in relation to the ship, the ship s master must make an appropriate entry about the operation or event in the ship s cargo record book without delay. The entry must be made in the English language; and signed by the officer or other person in charge of the operation, or in the case of a recordable event, the person in control of the ship. When a page of the ship s cargo record book is completed, the ship s master must sign the page without delay. Maximum penalty 350 penalty units. Entries for cargo record book Refer TOMPR Schedule I Part II Recordable operations Each of the following is a recordable operation loading of cargo internal transfer of cargo unloading of cargo (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) mandatory prewash in accordance with ship s procedures and arrangements manual cleaning of a cargo tank other than above ballasting of a cargo tank discharge of ballast from a cargo tank disposal of residues to a reception facility removal of cargo residues from a tank by ventilation procedures approved by the general manager under section 23(2) or 28(2). Recordable events Each of the following is a recordable event discharge into coastal waters of a noxious liquid substance necessary for the purpose of securing the safety of a ship or saving life at sea discharge into coastal waters of a noxious liquid substance resulting from damage to a ship or its equipment discharge into coastal waters of a noxious liquid substance, approved by an authorised officer, to combat specific pollution incidents to minimise the damage from pollution (d) discharge exempted under section 22 or 27. MARPOL requirements 4. International Pollution Prevention Certificate for the carriage of noxious liquid substances in bulk Refer: MARPOL Annex II Regulations 9, 11 and 12 Any ship intended to carry noxious liquid substances in bulk and which is engaged in international voyages is to carry an International Pollution Prevention Certificate for the Carriage of Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk. Form of International Pollution Prevention certificate for the carriage of noxious liquid substances in bulk Refer to MARPOL Appendix 3 of Annex II for the format of an International Pollution Prevention Certificate for the Carriage of Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk for ships carrying noxious liquid substances in bulk. Pollution prevention for ships Required documents - 8 -

10 5. Dangerous goods manifest or stowage plan Refer: Annex III, Regulation 4 MARPOL # Each ship carrying dangerous goods in solid form in bulk shall have a list or manifest setting forth the dangerous goods on board and the location thereof. A detailed stowage plan, which identifies by class and sets out the location of all dangerous goods on board, may be used in place of such a special list or manifest. A copy of one of these documents shall be made available before departure to the person or organization designated by the port state authority. 6 Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk In addition to the above certificate, a certificate called a Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk, the model form of which is set out in the appendix to the Bulk Chemical Code, must be carried by a chemical tanker engaged in international voyages which complies with the relevant requirements of the Code. The Code is mandatory under Annex II of MARPOL 73/78 for chemical tankers constructed before 1 July or International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk A certificate called an International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk, the model form of which is set out in the appendix to the International Bulk Chemical Code, must be carried by a chemical tanker engaged in international voyages which complies with the relevant requirements of the Code. The Code is mandatory under both chapter VII of SOLAS 1974 and Annex II of MARPOL 73/78 for chemical tankers constructed on or after 1 July International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Liquefied Gases in Bulk A certificate called an International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Liquefied Gases in Bulk, the model form of which is set out in the appendix to the International Gas Carrier Code, should be issued after an initial or periodical survey to a gas carrier which complies with the relevant requirements of the Code. Note: The code is mandatory under chapter VII of SOLAS 1974 for gas carriers constructed on or after July * TOMPA = Transport Operations (Marine Pollution) Act 1995 ** TOMPR = Transport Operations (Marine Pollution) Regulation 2008 *** Declared Ships = have a fixed toilet and are either domestic commercial vessels with a certificate of operation issued, or taken to be issued, under the Marine Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law Act 2012 stating it is a class 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 4C, 4D or 4E ship; or other Queensland regulated ships regulated under the Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Act 1994 and Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Regulation 2016 designed to carry more than 12 passengers. # MARPOL = International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973 ^ IMO = International Maritime Organization SOLAS = International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Liquefied Gases in Bulk A certificate called a Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Liquefied Gases in Bulk, the model form of which is set out in the appendix to the Gas Carrier Code, should be issued after an initial or periodical survey to a gas carrier which complies with the relevant requirements of the Code. Pollution prevention for ships Required documents - 9 -

11 Packaged harmful substances Refer: TOMPA* Part 6 and TOMPR** Part 4 1. Certificate or declaration The shipping documents supplied by the shipper shall include, or be accompanied by, a signed certificate or declaration that the shipment offered for carriage is properly packaged and marked, labelled or placarded as appropriate and in proper condition for carriage to minimize the hazard to the marine environment. 2. List and location of harmful substances on board, or a detailed stowage plan which sets out the location of the harmful substances on board Copies of such documents shall also be retained on shore by the owner (or representative) of the ship until the harmful substances are unloaded. A copy of one of these documents shall be made available before departure to the person or organization designated by the port state authority. Note: Documents may be combined with those for dangerous goods, in accordance with the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, A clear distinction is to be made between dangerous goods and harmful substances covered by Annex III. In all documents relating to the carriage of harmful substances by sea where such substances are named, the correct technical name of each such substance shall be used (trade names alone are not to be used) and the substance further identified by the addition of the words MARINE POLLUTANT. Electronic data may be used as an aid to paper documentation. MARPOL requirements Refer: MARPOL # Annex III, Regulation 4 3. Dangerous goods manifest or stowage plan Each ship carrying dangerous goods in packaged form shall have a special list or manifest setting forth, in accordance with the classification set out in the IMDG Code, the dangerous goods on board and the location thereof. A detailed stowage plan, which identifies by class and sets out the location of all dangerous goods on board, may be used in place of such a special list or manifest. A copy of one of these documents shall be made available before departure to the person or organization designated by the port state authority. * TOMPA = Transport Operations (Marine Pollution) Act 1995 ** TOMPR = Transport Operations (Marine Pollution) Regulation 2008 *** Declared Ships = have a fixed toilet and are either domestic commercial vessels with a certificate of operation issued, or taken to be issued, under the Marine Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law Act 2012 stating it is a class 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 4C, 4D or 4E ship; or other Queensland regulated ships regulated under the Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Act 1994 and Regulation 2016 designed to carry more than 12 passengers. # MARPOL = International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, Pollution prevention for ships Required documents

12 Sewage Refer: TOMPA* Part 7 and TOMPR** Part 5 1. Shipboard Sewage Management Plan Refer: TOMPA Section 51 and TOMPR Part 4 Division 3 Shipboard sewage management plan to be kept by a Declared Ship*** only. Under section 51 of the Act, a Declared Ship must have on board a shipboard sewage management plan (SSMP). A maximum penalty of 850 penalty units applies for not keeping a shipboard sewage management plan on board. Also under section 51 of the Act, if a ship has on board a shipboard sewage management plan but it is not fitted with the correct equipment required to implement the plan, the ship s owner and master each commit an offence. A maximum penalty of 850 penalty units applies. The minimum requirements to be detailed in a shipboard sewage management plan are listed in section 49 of the Regulation. These include: (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) name, registration number and class of the ship size and type of the ship how shipboard sewage is managed to prevent the unlawful discharge of sewage from the ship the waters, if any, where the ship may lawfully discharge sewage equipment the ship is fitted with for holding or treating sewage how the equipment is operated to prevent the unlawful discharge of sewage into waters where the ship is operating operating and maintenance instructions for the equipment how the equipment is maintained and checked to ensure the equipment is in proper working order. 2. Sewage Disposal Record Book Refer: TOMPR Part 5 Division 4 To be kept by a Declared Ship only. Under section 51 (1) of the Regulation, a Declared Ship must carry a sewage disposal record book that is readily available for inspection at all times. A maximum penalty of 350 penalty units applies for failure to keep a sewage disposal record book. This requirement only applies to the discharge of sewage at a sewage disposal facility. However, operators of Declared Ships are encouraged to include details of whenever sewage is discharged from their vessels as a means to demonstrate compliance with the nil discharge requirements. Entries in a sewage disposal record book Under section 52 (1) of the Regulation, whenever sewage is discharged into a disposal facility an entry must be made in the sewage disposal record book. A maximum penalty of 350 penalty units applies for failure to make an entry. The entry in the sewage disposal record book must: state the date, time, place, and volume, in litres, of each discharge be written in the English language be signed by the master or other person in control of the discharge. When a page of the sewage disposal record book is completed the ship s master must sign the page. A maximum penalty of 350 penalty units applies for failure to sign the page. Retention of the sewage disposal record book Section 51 (3) of the Regulation requires the sewage disposal record book to be kept on board the Declared Ship for three years from the day of the last entry and to be readily available for inspection. A maximum penalty of 350 penalty units applies for failure to keep a sewage disposal record book. A maximum penalty of 350 penalty units applies for failure to keep a sewage disposal record book for the stated period on board the ship. Pollution prevention for ships Required documents

13 3. Service Manual and Service Records Refer: TOMPR Part 5 Division 6 To be kept by all ships fitted with a sewage treatment system. STS manufacturer s details The treatment system must have a durable label attached to it stating the following: the manufacturer s name and address; and the type and model number of the treatment system. STS performance specifications This documentation must include a statement of the treatment system s performance specifications under normal operating conditions. The STS must conform to the standard described in section 58(2) of TOMPR. Independent testing entity This documentation must state the name and address of the independent testing entity that performed the analyses of the sewage after it has been treated in the treatment system: (d) STS assessment This documentation is required to ensure that the output of the STS complies with the levels for treated sewage as required by TOMPR schedule 7, Part 2. (e) STS service manual The manual is to state the following particulars for the STS: operating instructions maintenance schedule and requirements authorised service providers. (f) STS service record This record is required to provide evidence that the STS has been maintained in accordance with the maintenance schedule mentioned in. The record must state: the name of the authorised service provider that conducted the maintenance; and the date the maintenance was carried out and any significant maintenance required to the treatment system. 4. International Sewage Pollution Prevention Certificate Refer: TOMPA Section 50A, 4; MARPOL # Annex IV Chapter 2 and Appendix to Annex IV To be kept by ship engaged in an international voyage and is either: 400gt or more; or less than 400gt and certified to carry more than 15 persons ( prescribed ship ). The certificate is to show that the STS has been examined and satisfactorily tested in accordance with the IMO operational requirements referred to in MARPOL 73/78, Annex IV, Regulation The certificate is to state the test results of the ship s IMO^ approved sewage treatment plant. Form of International Sewage Pollution Prevention Certificate Refer to Appendix to Annex IV MARPOL # for the format of the certificate and the particulars to be included. MARPOL requirements International Sewage Pollution Prevention Certificate (As in 4. above) * TOMPA = Transport Operations (Marine Pollution) Act 1995 ** TOMPR = Transport Operations (Marine Pollution) Regulation 2008 *** Declared Ships = have a fixed toilet and are either domestic commercial vessels with a certificate of operation issued, or taken to be issued, under the Marine Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law Act 2012 stating it is a class 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 4C, 4D or 4E ship; or other Queensland regulated ships regulated under the Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Act 1994 and Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Regulation 2016 designed to carry more than 12 passengers. # MARPOL = International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, ^ IMO = International Maritime Organization Pollution prevention for ships Required documents

14 Garbage Refer: TOMPA* Part 8 and TOMPR** Part 6 1. Placard about garbage disposal requirements Refer: TOMPA Part 8 Division 3 To be displayed by all ships that are at least 12m in length overall. The placard must notify the ship s crew and passengers of the prohibitions and requirements under this Act for the disposal of garbage; and be written in English and, if the ship is owned or operated by a foreign country, the working language of the ship s crew. Maximum penalty 20 penalty units. 2. Shipboard waste management plan Refer: TOMPA Part 8 Division 3 To be kept by all ships that are at least 35m in length overall or that are designed to sleep at least 15 persons. If the ship is not fitted with any equipment that may be required to implement the plan, the ship s owner and master each commit an offence. Maximum penalty 850 penalty units. MARPOL requirements 3. Garbage Management Plan Refer: MARPOL # Annex V Regulation 9 Every ship of 400 gross tonnage and above, and every ship which is certified to carry 15 persons or more, is to carry a garbage management plan which provides written procedures for collecting, storing, processing and disposing of garbage, including the use of the equipment on board. It shall also designate the person in charge of carrying out the plan. 4. Garbage Record Book Refer: MARPOL# Annex V Regulation 9 Every ship of 400 gross tonnage and above and every ship which is certified to carry 15 persons or more engaged in international voyages and every fixed and floating platform engaged in exploration and exploitation of the sea-bed is to have a Garbage Record Book. The Garbage Record Book, whether as a part of the ship s official log-book or otherwise, is to be in the form specified in the appendix to Annex V. Form of Garbage Record Book Refer: MARPOL Appendix to Annex V * TOMPA = Transport Operations (Marine Pollution) Act 1995 ** TOMPR = Transport Operations (Marine Pollution) Regulation 2008 *** Declared Ships = have a fixed toilet and are either domestic commercial vessels with a certificate of operation issued, or taken to be issued, under the Marine Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law Act 2012 stating it is a class 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 4C, 4D or 4E ship; or other Queensland regulated ships regulated under the Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Act 1994 and Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Regulation 2016 designed to carry more than 12 passengers. # MARPOL = International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, Pollution prevention for ships Required documents

15 Insurance Refer: TOMPA* Part 11A and TOMPR** Part 9 Division 2 1. Copy of certificate of insurance to be kept on board For ships more than 15 metres in length overall and that are operating in coastal waters, the ship s owner must keep on board the ship, a copy of the certificate of insurance for an insurance policy required under section 67A(2) of the Act for the ship; or another document evidencing the currency of the insurance policy. Maximum penalty 20 penalty units. The insurance policy that must be sufficient to pay for the clean up costs of the discharge of a pollutant from the ship into coastal waters; and the costs of salvage or removal of the ship from coastal waters if the ship is abandoned or wrecked. For the required limits for an insurance policy refer to TOMPA section 67A(2). * TOMPA = Transport Operations (Marine Pollution) Act 1995 ** TOMPR = Transport Operations (Marine Pollution) Regulation 2008 *** Declared Ships = have a fixed toilet and are either domestic commercial vessels with a certificate of operation issued, or taken to be issued, under the Marine Safety (Domestic Commercial Vessel) National Law Act 2012 stating it is a class 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 4C, 4D or 4E ship; or other Queensland regulated ships regulated under the Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Act 1994 and Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Regulation 2016 designed to carry more than 12 passengers. # MARPOL = International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, CLC = International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage MARPOL requirements (Note: For MARPOL # all certificates to be carried on board must be originals) 2. Certificate of insurance or other financial security in respect of civil liability for oil pollution damage A certificate attesting that insurance or other financial security is in force is required by ships carrying more than 2000 tons of oil in bulk as cargo. Refer: CLC 1969, article VII and CLC 1992, article VII. Pollution prevention for ships Required documents

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