Large Fishing Vessel Inspection Regulations (C.R.C., c. 1435)

Regulations are current to 2019-07-29 and last amended on 2017-02-03. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE I(s. 8)

  • 1 The plans and data required to be submitted for approval in accordance with section 8 of the Regulations are as set out in this Schedule.

    • 2 (1) Where a fishing vessel does not exceed 30.5 m in length,

      • (a) the plans for the following equipment and parts of the vessel shall be submitted to the Board:

        • (i) new air receivers,

        • (ii) boilers having a working pressure of 103 kPa or over,

        • (iii) diesel engines with brake power over 375 kW,

        • (iv) gearing for all engines with brake power over 375 kW,

        • (v) lifeboats, life rafts and buoyant apparatus, and

        • (vi) aluminum superstructures; and

      • (b) the plans for the following equipment, parts and arrangements of the vessel shall be submitted to the Divisional Supervisor who may approve those plans for the Board or forward them to the Board for approval:

        • (i) new boiler mountings,

        • (ii) steam turbines with brake power over 375 kW,

        • (iii) reciprocating steam engines with brake power over 375 kW,

        • (iv) general arrangement of ship,

        • (v) midship section,

        • (vi) longitudinal section and deck plans,

        • (vii) rudder,

        • (viii) electric circuits and protective devices,

        • (ix) such other equipment and parts of the vessel as the Divisional Supervisor may consider necessary, and

        • (x) arrangements for the control of loaded fish nets as required by section 11 of these Regulations.

    • (2) Where a fishing vessel exceeds 30.5 m in length,

      • (a) the plans for the following equipment, parts and arrangements of the vessel shall be submitted to the Board:

        • (i) new air receivers,

        • (ii) sprinkler and foam pressure tanks,

        • (iii) boilers, main, auxiliary and heating, superheaters and economizers,

        • (iv) boiler mountings,

        • (v) electric circuits and protective devices,

        • (vi) steam turbines with brake power over 375 kW,

        • (vii) diesel engines with brake power over 375 kW,

        • (viii) reciprocating steam engines with brake power over 375 kW,

        • (ix) gearing for all engines with brake power over 375 kW,

        • (x) general arrangement of ship,

        • (xi) midship section,

        • (xii) longitudinal section and deck plans,

        • (xiii) subdivision details and data if required by owner,

        • (xiv) arrangements for the control of loaded fish nets as required by section 11 of these Regulations.

        • (xv) sprinkler system if required by owner,

        • (xvi) fire-resistant bulkheads if required by owner,

        • (xvii) lifeboats, life rafts and buoyant apparatus, and

        • (xviii) aluminum superstructures; and

      • (b) the plans for the following equipment and parts of the vessel shall be submitted to the Divisional Supervisor, who may approve those plans for the Board or forward them to the Board for approval:

        • (i) general arrangement of machinery,

        • (ii) stern tube, stern bush or bearing,

        • (iii) shafting, including thrust, propeller, intermediate shafting and couplings,

        • (iv) diagram arrangement of feed water, oil fuel and cooling systems,

        • (v) compressed air systems,

        • (vi) existing boiler mountings,

        • (vii) existing air receivers,

        • (viii) arrangement of steam pipes,

        • (ix) propane gas installations,

        • (x) bilge and ballast pumping and piping,

        • (xi) fuel oil tanks separate from hull,

        • (xii) main and auxiliary steering arrangements with details of quadrant and tiller,

        • (xiii) fixed fire extinguishing equipment as outlined in section 6 of the Fire Detection and Extinguishing Equipment Regulations, as they read immediately before being repealed,

        • (xiv) rudder,

        • (xv) stem, sternpost or sternframe,

        • (xvi) pillars and girders,

        • (xvii) shell expansion,

        • (xviii) W.T. and O.T. bulkheads,

        • (xix) engine and boiler seatings,

        • (xx) shaft brackets and bossing,

        • (xxi) schemes of riveting and welding,

        • (xxii) list of fastenings in the case of wooden ships,

        • (xxiii) sea chests,

        • (xxiv) boat arrangement,

        • (xxv) natural and mechanical ventilation,

        • (xxvi) usual cargo gear,

        • (xxvii) fresh and salt water systems, and

        • (xxviii) scuppers and dischargers.

  • 3 In the case of reciprocating steam engines, the following data shall be supplied with the plans:

    • (1) Designed indicated power in kilowatts

    • (2) Revolutions per minute

    • (3) Number of cylinders, diameter and stroke of pistons

    • (4) Diameter and weight of flywheel (if fitted)

    • (5) Diameter of propeller

    • (6) Physical properties of principal forgings and castings.

  • 4 In the case of diesel engines, the following data shall be supplied with the plans:

    • (1) Designed brake power in kilowatts

    • (2) Revolutions per minute

    • (3) Two or four cycle

    • (4) Maximum and mean indicated pressure

    • (5) Balance weights (weight and number) and radius of gyration

    • (6) Number of cylinders, diameter and stroke of pistons

    • (7) Diameter and weight of flywheel

    • (8) Diameter of propeller

    • (9) Physical properties of principal forgings and castings.

  • 5 In the case of gears with brake power in excess of 225 kW, the following data shall be supplied with the plans:

    • (1) Designed shaft power in kilowatts

    • (2) Revolutions of each pinion and gear

    • (3) Number of teeth, pitch and pitch circle diameter in each gear and pinion

    • (4) Length and thickness of teeth

    • (5) Helix and pressure angles

    • (6) Physical properties of principal forgings and castings.

  • SOR/80-249, ss. 21 to 24
  • SOR/2017-14, s. 409
 
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