It shall be established that all the seated persons, as specified under, have space and headroom, and it shall be demonstrated that the various items of equipment can be used within the liferaft in this condition.
Be fitted with a grabline not less than.5 mm in diameter and not less than four times the outside diameter of the body of the buoy in length.
14.2 Tests for Emergency Boats 15 - Marking.1 Indelibility and Language of Marking.1.1 Rubbing test Markings are considered indelible if they remain legible after the following test: Submerge a well-cured sample in fresh water for not less than 72 hours.6 - Lifeboats Reserved Information note Refer to the Life Saving Equipment Regulations Part III entitled Operational Requirements and Equipment Standards and particular attention should be given to the following Sections: 114, 115, 117, 140, 141, 143 and 144.NO-5838 Bergen, norway, visiting address: Nygårdsgaten Bergen, all documents related to registration processes must be sent directly to the Department of Ship Regisration.La tirette doit être tirée pour activer le mécanisme de gonflement.3 In section.7 add item (e) as follows: (e) The following text shall be inserted at the beginning of the owner's manual: inflatable PFDs VFI gonflables Inflatable PFDs are special devices in that the.4.5.7 Colour and passive detection If the colour of the buoyancy tubes is not as set out.2.1, panels of such colour are to be secured to the buoyancy chambers so that a minimum of 1 m2 is visible from above the platform.And of chapter IV of the LSA Code except, there is to be no reference to solas and all references to liferaft are to be replaced with coastal liferaft.International Life-Saving Appliance Code (LSA Code) and appendices, as amended.Refer to the Life Saving Equipment Regulations Part III entitled Operational Requirements and Equipment Standards and particular attention should be given to the Sections 114, 115, 117.Chapter VI Launching and Embarkation Appliances Reserved Information note Refer to the Life Saving Equipment Regulations Part III entitled O perational Requirements and Equipment Standards and particular attention should be given to the following Sections: 114, 115, 117, 129, 140, 141 and 143.At the end of the 24-hour period, each lifebuoy is to remain floating at essentially the same repair manual for a windstar level as that at the commencement of the test.Samples of multi star flares signals are to function effectively at plus 65C following at least 48 hours in a circulating air oven at that temperature.2.3 Immersion Suits Information note Standards for Immersion suits are in the Canadian General Standards Board CAN/cgsb-65.16-M89 entitled: Marine Abandonment Immersion Suit Systems, as amended from time to time.Of Part 1; and is provided with grablines in accordance with specifications given.LSA Code, and the following Canadian modifications.
4.7.3 Buoyancy chambers Every inflatable liferaft shall be constructed of a main buoyancy chamber, which is to be divided into not less than two separate compartments, or a single buoyancy chamber divided longitudinally into two equal airtight compartments.
5.1.3 Canadian modifications applicable to rigid liferafts Buoyancy material test Buoyancy material of rigid liferafts is to be submitted to the Lifeboat buoyant material test of Paragraphs.220.127.116.11 of Resolution MSC.81(70).