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  1. Large Fishing Vessel Inspection Regulations - C.R.C., c. 1435 (Section 5)
    Regulations Respecting the Construction and Inspection of Fishing Vessels Exceeding 24.4 M in Length or 150 Tons, Gross Tonnage

     These Regulations apply to new fishing vessels over 24.4 m in length or 150 tons, gross tonnage, that are not sailing ships.

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  2. Large Fishing Vessel Inspection Regulations - C.R.C., c. 1435 (Section 1)
    Regulations Respecting the Construction and Inspection of Fishing Vessels Exceeding 24.4 M in Length or 150 Tons, Gross Tonnage

     These Regulations may be cited as the Large Fishing Vessel Inspection Regulations.


  3. Large Fishing Vessel Inspection Regulations - C.R.C., c. 1435 (Section 25)
    Regulations Respecting the Construction and Inspection of Fishing Vessels Exceeding 24.4 M in Length or 150 Tons, Gross Tonnage
    •  (1) Every fishing vessel shall be provided with one or more pumps with sufficient hydrants and fire hose whereby a powerful jet of water can be rapidly directed into any part of the vessel and the pumps, hydrants, hose and nozzles shall comply with the following requirements:

      • (a) the capacity of the pump or pumps shall not be less than one-third of the total power bilge pumping capacity required by these Regulations;

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      • (c) bilge pumps, ballast pumps, general service pumps or any other pumps may be used as fire pumps if they comply with the requirements of these Regulations;

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      • (i) the nozzle shall have an internal diameter at the smallest part of not less than one-eighth of the minimum internal diameter required by these Regulations for the bilge piping; and

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    • (8) Every fire extinguisher required by these Regulations shall be of a type approved by

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    • (9) Every fire extinguisher provided in compliance with these Regulations shall at all times be kept fully charged (carbon dioxide in steel bottles shall be replenished if the loss of gas exceeds 10 per cent of the original charge as stamped on the bottle).

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  4. Large Fishing Vessel Inspection Regulations - C.R.C., c. 1435 (Section 4)
    Regulations Respecting the Construction and Inspection of Fishing Vessels Exceeding 24.4 M in Length or 150 Tons, Gross Tonnage

     Notwithstanding anything contained in these Regulations, the use of a vapourizing liquid fire extinguisher, as set out in these Regulations, is prohibited, except that in radio rooms and at switchboards such an extinguisher may be used if it contains not more than 1.136 L of vapourizing liquid and is used in addition to the other requirements of these Regulations.

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  5. Large Fishing Vessel Inspection Regulations - C.R.C., c. 1435 (Section 3)
    Regulations Respecting the Construction and Inspection of Fishing Vessels Exceeding 24.4 M in Length or 150 Tons, Gross Tonnage

     Notwithstanding anything contained in these Regulations, the Board may,

    • (a) where it is satisfied that it can with propriety do so, exempt any ship from full compliance with any of the requirements of these Regulations; and

    • (b) where it considers it necessary in the interests of safety of life, impose special requirements in respect of life saving and fire extinguishing equipment in addition to the requirements of these Regulations.



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