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Tripartite Meeting Seoul, Korea, 18 -19 September 2009 Safety & SOLAS Agenda item 4. Tripartite Meeting Seoul, Korea, 18 -19 September 2009 Safety & SOLAS Agenda item 4. 1 Goal-Based Standards --- application and compliance --Toshiro Arima Class. NK Chairman of IACS EG/GBS

Content 1. Outcome of GBS at MSC 86 2. SOLAS Amendments : Application 3. Content 1. Outcome of GBS at MSC 86 2. SOLAS Amendments : Application 3. International Goal-Based Standards 4. Guidelines for Verification of Conformity with GBS 5. Self Assessment Summary Table 6. Future Schedule of GBS for Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers

Outcome of GBS at MSC 86 Approved : Mandatory Instruments (1) SOLAS Amendments (Reg. Outcome of GBS at MSC 86 Approved : Mandatory Instruments (1) SOLAS Amendments (Reg. II-1/3 -10) (2) GBS Tier I – III ⇒ will be adopted at MSC 87 (3) Guidelines for verification (non-mandatory) ⇒ will be adopted at MSC 87 (4) Guidelines for the information to be included in a Ship Construction File (non mandatory) ⇒ will be finalized at MSC 87 Enter into force on [1 Jan. 2012], and apply to ships: 1. building contract on or after 1 January 2015; or 2. keel lay on or after 1 January 2016; or 3. delivery on or after 1 January 2019

Outcome of GBS at MSC 86 Tier I, Goals SOLAS Amendments, Ch. II-1, Reg. Outcome of GBS at MSC 86 Tier I, Goals SOLAS Amendments, Ch. II-1, Reg. 3 -10*1 • Approved • To be adopted at MSC 87 Tier II, Functional Requirements Goal-Based Ship Construction Standards for BC&T*2 Tier III, Verification Guidelines for of conformity Verification of conformity*3 • Approved • To be adopted at MSC 87 • Further improvements and to be adopted at MSC 87 *1: Refer to the Guidelines for the information to be included in a Ship Construction File *2: International goal-based ship construction standard for bulk carriers and oil tankers *3: Guidelines for verification of conformity with goal-based ship construction standards for bulk carriers and oil tankers (Verification Process + Inf. and Doc. Req. and Evaluation Criteria)

SOLAS Ch. II-1/Reg. 3 -10: Goal-based ship construction standards for bulk carriers and oil SOLAS Ch. II-1/Reg. 3 -10: Goal-based ship construction standards for bulk carriers and oil tankers Bulk Carriers & Oil Tankers > 150 m in length Ø Goals: Safe and Environmentally friendly Ø Structural Requirements : To Conform to Functional Requirements of “Goal-Based Ship Construction Standards for Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers” (GBS) Ø Ship Construction File (SCF): Guidelines for the information to be included in SCF Entering into force on or after 1 January 2012 (Review progress on implementation in 2012) 1. Contract: on of after 1 January 2015 2. Keel lay: on or after 1 January 2016 3. Delivery: on or after 1 January 2019

International Goal-based Ship Construction Standards for Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers 1. PREAMBLE 2. International Goal-based Ship Construction Standards for Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers 1. PREAMBLE 2. SCOPE 3. STRUCTURE 4. TIER I – GOALS 5. TIER II – FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS 6. TIER III – VERIFICATION OF CONFORMITY 1. The rules for the design and construction standards of bulk carriers and oil tankers shall be verified as conforming to the Tier I goals and Tier II functional requirements, based on the guidelines*1 *1: Refer to “the Guidelines for verification of conformity with goal-based ship construction standards for bulk carriers and oil tankers”

Guidelines for verification of conformity with GBS 1. Two fundamental principles for verification : Guidelines for verification of conformity with GBS 1. Two fundamental principles for verification : Ø Self Assessment : Rule Developer is responsible for ensuring that rules conform to Standards Ø Audit by IMO: Based on sampling with no restriction on elements that could be checked during audit 2. Audit Team : To be composed of 3 or 5 members 3. Estimated Budget : The majority of GBS WG agreed Ø 4. 15 days per auditor subject to the well-documented and complete submission (i. e. Self Assessment) Resource implication : Ø Ø Ø The majority agreed that submitters should pay costs IACS: expressed concerns Germany & Netherlands: reserved positions

Self Assessment Summary Table (Tanker CSR, see MSC 83/INF. 5 submitted by IACS) Functional Self Assessment Summary Table (Tanker CSR, see MSC 83/INF. 5 submitted by IACS) Functional Req. Fully covered in rules Not covered in rules Comments

Future Schedule on GBS for Bulk Carriers and oil Tankers May 2010 Adopt SOLAS Future Schedule on GBS for Bulk Carriers and oil Tankers May 2010 Adopt SOLAS amendments etc. at MSC 87 1 Jan. 2012 Mandatory instruments enter into force 2012 Review the progress towards the implementation of SOLAS Reg. II-1/3 -10 in 2012, if proven necessary, to adjust the periods set forth Class Rules for design and construction of bulk Well before carriers and oil tankers, verified by IMO as 1 Jan. 2015 conforming to GBS, to be published New bulk carries and oil tankers contracted on of 1 Jan. 2015 after 1 Jan. 2015 shall apply Class Rules which comply with IMO GBS

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Tier I, Goals (SOLAS II-1/Reg. 3 -10, see MSC 86/26/Add. 1, ANNEX 3) 2. Tier I, Goals (SOLAS II-1/Reg. 3 -10, see MSC 86/26/Add. 1, ANNEX 3) 2. Ships shall be designed and constructed for a specified design life to be safe and environmentally friendly, when properly operated and maintained under the specified operating and environmental conditions, in intact and specified damage conditions, throughout their life. . 1 Safe and environmentally friendly means the ship shall have adequate strength, integrity and stability to minimize the risk of loss of the ship or pollution to the marine environment due to structural failure, including collapse, resulting in flooding or loss of watertight integrity. . 2 Environmentally friendly also includes the ship being constructed of materials for environmentally acceptable recycling. . 3 Safety also includes the ship’s structure, fittings and arrangements providing for safe access, escape, inspection and proper maintenance and facilitating safe operation. …

Tier I, Goals (SOLAS II-1/Reg. 3 -10, see MSC 86/26/Add. 1, ANNEX 3) 2. Tier I, Goals (SOLAS II-1/Reg. 3 -10, see MSC 86/26/Add. 1, ANNEX 3) 2. Ships shall be designed and constructed for a specified design life to be safe and environmentally friendly, when properly operated and maintained under the specified operating and environmental conditions, in intact and specified damage conditions, throughout their life. …. 4 Specified operating and environmental conditions are defined by the intended operating area for the ship throughout its life and cover the conditions, including intermediate conditions, arising from cargo and ballast operations in port, waterways and at sea. . 5 Specified design life is the nominal period that the ship is assumed to be exposed to operating and/or environmental conditions and/or the corrosive environment and is used for selecting appropriate ship design parameters. However, the ship’s actual service life may be longer or shorter depending on the actual operating conditions and maintenance of the ship throughout its life cycle.

Tier I, Goals (SOLAS II-1/Reg. 3 -10, see MSC 86/26/Add. 1, ANNEX 3) 3 Tier I, Goals (SOLAS II-1/Reg. 3 -10, see MSC 86/26/Add. 1, ANNEX 3) 3 The requirements of paragraph 2 to 2. 5 shall be achieved through satisfying applicable structural requirements of an organization which is recognized by the Administration in accordance with the provisions of regulation XI/1. or national standards of the Administration, conforming to the functional requirements of the goal-based ship construction standards for bulk carriers and oil tankers. 4 A Ship Construction File with explicit information on how the functional requirements of the goal-based ship construction standards for bulk carriers and oil tankers have been applied in the ship design and construction shall be provided upon delivery of a new ship, and kept on board and updated as appropriate throughout its service. (to be continued)

Tier I, Goals (SOLAS II-1/Reg. 3 -10, see MSC 86/26/Add. 1, ANNEX 3) (last Tier I, Goals (SOLAS II-1/Reg. 3 -10, see MSC 86/26/Add. 1, ANNEX 3) (last part of paragraph 4) The contents of the Ship Construction File shall, at least, conform to the guidelines developed by the Organization*. * Refer to “the Guidelines for the information to be included in a Ship Construction File. ”

“International goal-based ship construction standard for bulk carriers and oil tankers” (see Annex 4 “International goal-based ship construction standard for bulk carriers and oil tankers” (see Annex 4 of MSC 86/26/Add. 1) Tier II Functional Requirements DESIGN II. 1 Design life II. 2 Environmental conditions II. 3 Structural strength II. 4 Fatigue life II. 5 Residual strength II. 6 Protection against corrosion II. 7 Structural redundancy II. 8 Watertight and weathertight integrity II. 9 Human element considerations II. 10 Design transparency CONSTRUCTION II. 11 Construction quality procedures II. 12 Survey during construction IN-SERVICE CONSIDERATIONS II. 13 Survey and maintenance II. 14 Structural accessibility RECYCLING CONSIDERATIONS II. 15 Recycling

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