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Vessel Pollution and Dangerous Chemicals Regulations

Version of section 122 from 2013-04-18 to 2024-05-14:


Marginal note:Certificates, etc.

  •  (1) Every vessel of 400 gross tonnage or more must

    • (a) hold and keep on board

      • (i) a Canadian Air Pollution Prevention Certificate, or an International Air Pollution Prevention Certificate in the form set out in appendix I to Annex VI to MARPOL, if the vessel is a Canadian vessel or a Canadian pleasure craft and engages only on voyages in waters under Canadian jurisdiction or in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence waters,

      • (ii) an International Air Pollution Prevention Certificate in the form set out in appendix I to Annex VI to MARPOL, if the vessel

        • (A) is a Canadian vessel or a Canadian pleasure craft and does not engage only on voyages in waters under Canadian jurisdiction, or

        • (B) is entitled to fly the flag of a foreign state that is a party to Annex VI to MARPOL, or

      • (iii) a certificate of compliance certifying that the vessel meets the applicable requirements of Annex VI to MARPOL, if the vessel is entitled to fly the flag of a state that is not a party to Annex VI to MARPOL; and

    • (b) keep on board

      • (i) if the vessel has a marine diesel engine in respect of which any of sections 110.1 to 110.3 apply, an applicable certificate of type approval and a Technical File that meets the requirements of section 2.3.4 of the NOx Technical Code,

      • (ii) if the vessel has a shipboard incinerator in respect of which section 115 applies, a certificate of type approval and an equipment operation manual that specifies how to operate the incinerator within the limits set out in paragraph 2 of appendix IV to Annex VI to MARPOL, and

      • (iii) if the vessel is referred to in subparagraph (a)(ii) or (iii), a list, in the form set out in Appendix I to Annex VI to MARPOL, of equipment that contains ozone depleting substances, other than equipment referred to in subsection 109(5).

  • Marginal note:VOC management plan

    (2) Every crude oil tanker must keep on board the volatile organic compounds management plan referred to in subsection 112(3).

  • Marginal note:International Energy Efficiency Certificates, etc.

    (3) Every vessel of 400 gross tonnage or more must hold and keep on board

    • (a) an International Energy Efficiency Certificate in the form set out in appendix VIII to Annex VI to MARPOL, if the vessel

      • (i) is a Canadian vessel and does not engage only on voyages in waters under Canadian jurisdiction, or

      • (ii) is entitled to fly the flag of a foreign state that is a party to Annex VI to MARPOL; or

    • (b) a certificate of compliance certifying that the vessel meets the applicable requirements of Annex VI to MARPOL, if the vessel is entitled to fly the flag of a state that is not a party to Annex VI to MARPOL.

  • Marginal note:Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plans

    (4) Every vessel of 400 gross tonnage or more that does not engage only on voyages in waters under Canadian jurisdiction, and every Canadian vessel of 400 gross tonnage or more that engages only on voyages in waters under Canadian jurisdiction, must keep on board a Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan that meets the requirements of regulation 22 of Annex VI to MARPOL. The Plan may form part of the vessel’s Safety Management System, if the vessel has one.

  • Marginal note:Non-application — U.S. vessels

    (5) Subsections (3) and (4) do not apply in respect of a vessel that is entitled to fly the flag of the United States.

  • SOR/2013-68, s. 21

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