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INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE. 1. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. North Carolina Building Code Council. Building Code Chapters Ad-Hoc Committee. (1) This Code may be called the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, Provided that Part III of this Code shall not extend to the State of. Ingangsdatum: 1 The purpose of this Code is to provide an international standard for the safe carriage, in bulk by sea, of dangerous chemicals and.
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Chapter 07 Cargo temperature control. Chapter 08 Cargo tank venting systems. Tank vent systems should be designed so as to minimize the possibility of cargo vapour accumulating about the decks, entering accommodation, service and machinery spaces and control stations and, in the case of flammable vapours, any spaces containing sources of ignition.
They should also be designed to minimize possible spraying on to the decks. Vent outlets should be arranged to prevent entrance of water into the cargo tanks and, at the same time, should direct the vapour discharge upwards in the form of unimpeded jets.
Suitable high-level alarms, overflow control systems or spill valves, together with gauging and tank filling procedures may be accepted for this purpose. Where the means of limiting cargo tank overpressure includes an automatic closing valve, the valve should comply with the appropriate provisions of Specifically, under conditions in which a saturated cargo vapour is discharged through the venting system at the maximum anticipated loading rate, the pressure differential between the cargo tank vapour space and the atmosphere should not exceed 0.
An open venting system may consist of individual vents from each tank, or such individual vents may be combined into a common header or headers, with due regard to cargo segregation.
However, in no case should shutoff valves be fitted either to the individual vents or to the header.
Flammable vapour outlets should be provided with readily renewable and effective flame screens or safety heads of an approved type. Chapter 09 Environmental control. Chapter 10 Electrical installations. It is particularly recommended that intrinsically safe systems and circuits are used for measurement, monitoring, control and communication purposes. Submerged cargo pump motors and their associated cables may, in exceptional circumstances for a specific cargo or for a clearly defined range of cargoes, be permitted by the Administration, due consideration having been given to the chemical and physical characteristics of the products.
Arrangements should be made to prevent the energizing of motors and cables in flammable gas air mixtures and to de-energize the motors and cables in the event of low liquid level. Such a shutdown should be indicated by an alarm at the cargo control station. Electrical equipment installed within these locations should be of a certified safe type. In addition to intrinsically safe systems and circuits, the only electrical installations permitted in hazardous locations are the following: No additional electrical equipment is permitted.
Such cables should be installed in heavy gauge steel pipes with gastight joints. Expansion bends should not be fitted in such spaces. These devices should be housed in gastight enclosures; associated cables should be protected as referred to in The lighting system should be divided between at least two branch circuits. All switches and protective devices should interrupt all poles or phases and should be located in a non-hazardous location.
These devices should be housed in gastight enclosures. All switches and all protective devices should interrupt all poles or phases and should be located in a non-hazardous location.
Flexible couplings, or other means of maintaining alignment, should be fitted to the shafts between the driven equipment and its motors, and in addition, glands should be provided in accordance with recognized standards where the shafts pass through the bulkhead or deck. Such electrical motors should be located in a compartment having positive pressure ventilation. Chapter 11 Fire protection and fire extinction. A notice should be exhibited at the controls stating that the system is only to be used for fire-extinguishing and not for inerting purposes, due to the electrostatic ignition hazard.
For the purpose of this requirement, an extinguishing system should be provided which would be suitable for machinery spaces. However, the amount of gas carried should be sufficient to provide a quantity of free gas equal to 45 percent of the gross volume of the cargo pump room in all cases; or.
For the purpose of this requirement, an extinguishing system should be provided which would be suitable for machinery spaces but utilizing the following minimum design quantities based on the gross volume of the cargo pump room: For other cargoes for which foam is not effective or is incompatible, additional arrangements to the satisfaction of the Administration should be provided.
Basic protein foam should not be used. The main control station for the system should be suitably located outside of the cargo area, adjacent to the accommodation spaces and readily accessible and operable in the event of fires in the areas protected. For ships of less than 4, tonnes deadweight, the minimum capacity of the monitor should be to the satisfaction of the Administration. At least 50 per cent of the foam rate required in Such capacity should be not less than 1, The number of foam applicators provided should be not less than four.
The number and disposition of foam main outlets should be such that foam from at least two applicators can be directed to any part of the cargo tanks deck area. The additional monitor should be located to protect the bow or stern loading and unloading arrangements. The area of the cargo line forward or aft of the cargo area should be protected by the above-mentioned applicator. Chapter 12 Mechanical ventilation in the cargo area Ingangsdatum: For certain products, increased ventilation rates for cargo pump rooms are prescribed in Extraction from above and below the floor plates should be possible.
In rooms housing motors driving cargo pumps, the ventilation should be of the positive pressure type. Ventilation fans and fan ducts, in way of fans only, for hazardous locations referred to in chapter 10 should be of non sparking construction defined as: Any combination of an aluminium or magnesium alloy fixed or rotating component and a ferrous fixed or rotating component, regardless of tip clearance, is considered a sparking hazard and should not be used in these places.
Chapter 13 Instrumentation Ingangsdatum: Chapter 14 Personnel protection Ingangsdatum: This system should provide sufficient high-pressure air capacity to supply, through pressure reduction devices, enough low-pressure air to enable two men to work in a gas-dangerous space for at least 1 h without using the air bottles of the breathing apparatus.
Means should be provided for recharging the fixed air bottles and breathing apparatus air bottles from a special air compressor suitable for the supply of high-pressure air of the required purity; or.
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The other sets of safety equipment should also be kept in suitable, clearly marked, easily accessible, places. The equipment should be inspected and tested by an expert at least once a year. Individual cargoes to which the provisions of this paragraph apply are indicated in column "n" in the table of Chapter The showers and eyewash should be operable in all ambient conditions.
Chapter 15 Special requirements Ingangsdatum: These requirements are additional to the general requirements of the Code. A certificate of stabilization should be provided by the manufacturer, and kept on board, specifying: In addition, an inert gas pad should be maintained in the ullage space during transit.
A water pad should be formed in this well before attempting pump removal unless the tank has been certified as gas-free. Aluminium should not be used for piping on deck. All nonmetallic materials of construction for the containment system should neither be attacked by hydrogen peroxide nor contribute to its decomposition. Remote temperature readouts and continuous monitoring should be located on the navigating bridge.
Remote readouts, continuous monitoring if gas sampling lines are used, intermittent sampling is satisfactory and visible and audible alarms similar to those for the temperature sensors should also be located on the navigating bridge.
The visible and audible alarms should be activated if the oxygen concentration in these void spaces exceeds 30 per cent by volume. Two portable oxygen monitors should also be available as back-up systems. Rupture discs should be sized on the basis of tank design pressure, tank size and anticipated decomposition rate. The minimum application rate should satisfy the following criteria: Certification from the shipper that the product meets this standard should be presented to the master and kept on board.
A technical representative of the manufacturer should be on board to monitor the transfer operations and have the capability to test the stability of the peroxide. He should certify to the master that the cargo has been loaded in a stable condition. Protective clothing should include non-flammable coveralls, suitable gloves, boots and eye protection.
Particular care should be taken in the case of ammonia in tanks made of steel other than stainless steel. When cargo tanks are in continuous service for these products, such inspections should be performed at intervals of not more than two years. Suitable tank coatings may be accepted as such by the administration and noted on the international certificated of fitness for the carriage of Dangerous chemicals in Bulk.
The surface presented to the cargo should be polytetrafluoroethylene PTFE , or materials giving a similar degree of safety by their inertness. Spirally-wound stainless steel, with a filler of PTFE of similar fluorinated polymer, may be accepted.
If vapour return to shore is used during tank loading, the vapour return system connected to a containment system for the product should be independent of all other containment systems.
Facilities should be provided for sampling the tank contents without opening the tank to atmosphere. Each cargo pump should be arranged to ensure that the product does not heat significantly if the discharge line from the pump is shut off or otherwise blocked. Any hold space in which an independent cargo tank is located should be inerted. Such inerted spaces and tanks should be monitored for these products and oxygen. The oxygen content of these spaces should be maintained below 2 per cent.
Liquid and vapour from these lines should not be discharged to atmosphere. Tanks should be designed for the maximum pressure expected to be encountered during loading, conveying and discharging cargo. Reference temperature R means, in the case of propylene oxide, the temperature corresponding to the vapour pressure of the propylene oxide at the set pressure of the pressure relief valve. The area and times of year for which such carriage would be permitted should be included in the conditions of carriage of the International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk.
At least two complete cooling plants automatically regulated by variations within the tanks should be provided. Each cooling plant should be complete with the necessary auxiliaries for proper operation.
The control system should also be capable of being manually operated. An alarm should be provided to indicate malfunctioning of the temperature controls.
The capacity of each cooling system should be sufficient to maintain the temperature of the liquid cargo below the reference temperature of the liquid cargo below the reference temperature R.
If the piping system for the tanks to be loaded is not independent as defined in 1. The required separation applies to all liquid and vapour piping, liquid and vapour vent lines and any other possible connections, such as common inert gas supply lines.
Each intended loading arrangement should be shown on a separate cargo handling plan. Cargo handling plans should show the entire cargo piping system and the locations for installation of blank flanges needed to meet the above piping separation requirements.
A copy of each approved cargo handling plan should be maintained on board the ship. The International Certificate of Fitness for the Carriage of Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk should be endorsed to include reference to the approved cargo handling plans. Each connection between a blank flange and a pipeline flange should be fitted with a wire and seal by the responsible person to ensure that inadvertent removal of the blank flange is impossible.
A copy of the list should be permanently kept on board by the master. An automatic nitrogen make-up system should be installed to prevent the tank pressure falling below 0. Sufficient nitrogen should be available on board to satisfy the demand of the automatic pressure control.
Nitrogen of commercially pure quality A battery of nitrogen bottles connected to the cargo tanks through a pressure reduction valve satisfies the intention of the expression "automatic" in this context.
Remote manual operation should be arranged such that remote starting of pumps supplying the water spray system and remote operation of any normally closed valves in the system can be carried out from a suitable location outside the cargo area, adjacent to the accommodation spaces and readily accessible and operable in the even of fire in the areas protected.
The water spray system should be capable of both local and remote manual operation, and the arrangement should ensure that any spilled cargo is washed away. Additionally, a water hose with pressure to the nozzle, when atmospheric temperatures permit, should be connected ready for immediate use during loading and unloading operations. See also 3. Mitigation of this tendency is carried out by introducing small amounts of chemical additives into the liquid cargo or by controlling the cargo tank environment.
Ships carrying such cargoes should be provided with a certificate of protection from the manufacturer and kept during the voyage specifying: Venting equipment should be of a type that can be checked periodically for adequacy of operation. Subsequent remelting can thus yield pockets of uninhibited liquid, with the accompanying risk of dangerous polymerization.
To prevent this, care should be taken to ensure that at no time are such cargoes allowed to crystallize or solidify, either wholly or partially, in any part of the tank. Any required heating arrangements should be such as to ensure that in on part of the tank does cargo become overheated to such an extent that any dangerous polymerization can be initiated. If the temperature from steam coils would induce overheating, an indirect low-temperature heating system should be used.
The signal, as well as the pump and valve shutdown, may be dependent on operator's intervention. The use of shipboard automatic closing valves should be permitted only when specific approval has been obtained from the Administration and the port State authority concerned.
Chapter 16 Operational requirements Ingangsdatum: Where the cargo is a mixture, an analysis indicating the dangerous components contributing significantly to the total hazard of the product should be provided, or a complete analysis if this is available.
Such an analysis should be certified by the manufacturer or by an independent expert acceptable to the Administration. Such information should include a cargo stowage plan to be kept in an accessible place, indicating all cargo on board, including each dangerous chemical carried: Chapter 16A Additional measures for the protection of the marine environment Ingangsdatum: Underlined characters in "Name of Product" column substitute italics.
This list may be use as a guide in considering bulk carriage of products whose hazards have not yet been evaluated. Accordingly Administrations should prescribe appropriate safety requirements. Chapter 19 Requirements for ships engaged in the inceneration at sea Ingangsdatum: Chapter 20 Transport of liquid chemical wastes Ingangsdatum: Preamble 1 The purpose of this Code is to provide an international standard for the safe carriage by sea in bulk of dangerous and noxious liquid chemicals listed in chapter 17 of the Code by prescribing the design and construction standards of ships regardless of tonnage involved in such carriage and the equipment they should carry so as to minimize the risk to the ship, to its crew and to the environment, having regard to the nature of the products involved.
Each of the products may have one or more hazard properties which include flammability, toxicity, corrosivity and reactivity. Therefore the Organization will periodically review the Code taking into account both experience and technical development. In order to ensure the safe transport of the products, the total system must, however, be appraised.
Other important facets of the safe transport of the products, such as training, operation, traffic control and handling in port, are being or will be examined further by the Organization.
Gas carriers may also carry in bulk liquid chemicals covered by this Code as dealt with in the IGC Code. MSC4 48 under the authority of the Government of The Certificate should be drawn up in the official language of the issuing country. If the language used is neither English nor French, the text should include a translation into one of these languages. The ship also complies fully with the following amendments to the Code: The ship is exempted from compliance with the following provisions of the Code: That the ship is suitable for the carriage in bulk of the following products provided that all relevant operational provisions of the Code are observed.
Tank numbers referred to in this list are identified on attachment 2, signed and dated tank plan. For incinerator ships enter "liquid chemical waste" in lieu of individual products. Where it is required to load the ship other than in accordance with the above instruction, then the necessary calculations to justify the proposed loading conditions should be communicated to the certifying Adminstration who may authorize in writing the adoption of the proposed loading condition.
Notes on completion of Certificate: Any entry under this column must relate to all relevant recommendations, e. Only products listed in Chapter 17 of the Code, or which have been evaluated by the Administration in accordance with 1. In respect of the latter "new" products, any special requirements provisionally prescribed should be noted. An intermediate survey may take the place of a mandatory annual survey where the relevant provisions of 1.
Distinctive number or letters: Beschrijving 02 IBC-Code International code for the construction and equipment of ships carrying dangerous chemicals in bulk. Permanente link Huidige versie Meest recente versie.
Verschijningsdatum huidige versie: Relaties 1 relatie gevonden bij document. Relaties 0 relaties gevonden bij document. Overzicht van meest recent bekeken documenten. Versievergelijk Huidige versie: Daar kan niet mee worden vergeleken. Geldig vandaag Dit onderwerp bevat de volgende rubrieken. Permanente link Permanente link 1. Permanente link Permanente link Permanente link Chapter 02 Ship survival capability and location of cargo tanks Ingangsdatum: In addition, to safeguard the ship and the environment, the cargo tanks of certain types of ships should be protected from penetration in the case of minor damage to the ship resulting, for example, from contact with a jetty or tug, and given a measure of protection from damage in the case of collision or stranding, by locating them at specified minimum distances inboard from the ship's shell plating.
Both the damage to be assumed and the proximity of the cargo tanks to the ship's shell should be dependent upon the degree of hazard presented by the products to be carried.
Thus a type 1 ship is a chemical tanker intended for the transportation of products considered to present the greatest overall hazard and type 2 and type 3 for products of progressively lesser hazards. Accordingly, a type 1 ship should survive the most severe standard of damage and its cargo tanks should be located at the maximum prescribed distance inboard from the shell plating.
The requirements for the location of individual cargo tanks, however, are those for ship types related to the respective products intended to be carried. Permanente link 2. However, the draught associated with the assignment should not be greater than the maximum draught otherwise permitted by this Code. The free surface effect in undamaged compartments should be calculated by a method acceptable to the Administration. Where, however, because of stability considerations, the fitting of solid ballast in such spaces becomes unavoidable, then its disposition should be governed by the need to ensure that the impact loads resulting from bottom damage are not directly transmitted to the cargo tank structure.
This booklet should contain details of typical service and ballast conditions, provisions for evaluating other conditions of loading and a summary of the ship's survival capabilities. In addition, the booklet should contain sufficient information to enable the master to load and operate the ship in a safe and seaworthy manner.
Permanente link Permanente link 2. Ballast conditions where the chemical tanker is not carrying products covered by the Code, excluding any residues, need not be considered. Where damage less than the maximum is being considered in accordance with 2.
Spaces which are linked by ducts of large cross-sectional area may be considered to be common. The unflooded parts of superstructures beyond the extent of damage, however, may be taken into consideration provided that: However, the ability to survive the flooding of the machinery space should be considered by the Administration. The nature of the alternative measures should be approved and clearly stated and be available to the port Administration.
Any such dispensation should be duly noted on the International Certificate of Fitness referred to in 1. Permanente link Permanente link 3. Relevant extract of the Resolutions are reproduced at Annex The bilge system serving the cargo pump room should be operable from outside the cargo pump room.
One or more slop tanks for storage of contaminated bilge water or tank washings should be provided. A shore connection with a standard coupling or other facilities should be provided for transferring contaminated water to on-shore slop tanks. Permanente link 3. Access to double bottom spaces may be through a cargo pump room, pump room, deep cofferdam, pipe tunnel or similar compartments, subject to consideration of ventilation aspects. The minimum clear opening should be not less than mm by mm.
Discharge arrangements for permanent ballast tanks sited immediately adjacent to cargo tanks should be outside machinery spaces and accommodation spaces. Filling arrangements may be in the machinery spaces provided that such arrangements ensure filling from tank deck level and non-return valves are fitted.
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Permanente link Permanente link 4. Permanente link Permanente link 5. Permanente link 5. Permanente link Ingangsdatum: After this cycle pressure test has been carried out, the prototype test should demonstrate a bursting pressure of at least 5 times its specified maximum working pressure at the extreme service temperature. The hose should be stencilled or otherwise marked with the date of testing, its specified maximum working pressure and, if used in services other than the ambient temperature services, its maximum and minimum service temperature, as applicable.
Permanente link Permanente link 6. Materials used in the construction of temperature control systems should be suitable for use with the product intended to be carried. Consideration should be given to the surface temperature of heating coils or ducts to avoid dangerous reactions from localized overheating or overcooling of cargo. See also See also operational requirements in The sampling equipment should be located within the cargo area and be capable of detecting the presence of any toxic cargo being heated or cooled.
Where this method is used, the coil return should be tested not only at the commencement of heating or cooling of a toxic product, but also on the first occasion the coil is used subsequent to having carried an unheated or uncooled toxic cargo. Permanente link 7. However, the Administration may approve relaxation of paragraph 8.
Permanente link Permanente link 8. In no case should shutoff valves be fitted either to the individual vents or to the header. A controlled venting system may consist of individual vents from each tank or such individual vents on the pressure side only as may be combined into a common header or headers with due regard to cargo segregation.
Alternatively, the secondary means may consist of pressure sensors fitted in each tank with a monitoring system in the ship's cargo control room or position from which cargo operations are normally carried out.
Such monitoring equipment should also provide an alarm facility which is activated by detection of over-pressure or under-pressure conditions within a tank. In this context it should be noted that flame arresters and flame screens are more susceptible to blockage.
Provisions should be made such that the system and fittings may be inspected, operationally checked, cleaned or renewed as applicable.If such corrective action is not taken the relevant certificate should be withdrawn and the Administration should be notified immediately; and, if the ship is in a port of another Contracting Government, the port State authority concerned should also be notified immediately.
They should be located on the outboard side of the superstructure or deckhouse at a distance of at least 4 per cent of the length of the ship but not less than 3 m from the end of the house facing the cargo shore connection location of the bow or stern loading and unloading arrangements.
Robert E. This book introduces the design of steel structures in accordance with AS , the Australian Standard, in a format suitable for beginners. Permanente link 16A. Chapter 03 Ship arrangements. A new certificate should only be issued when the Government issuing the new certificate is fully satisfied that the ship is in compliance with the requirements of 1.
It is important to refer to the specific requirements for your local jurisdiction since many state and local agencies have modifications to the code. If you know of any that should be added to this list, please let us know.