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Safer lives, safer ships, cleaner seas Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Information System Directive 2002/059 Revising both UK SI and MSN 1784 Revising both.

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1 safer lives, safer ships, cleaner seas Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Information System Directive 2002/059 Revising both UK SI and MSN 1784 Revising both UK SI and MSN 1784

2 safer lives, safer ships, cleaner seas Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Information Directive 2002/059

3 safer lives, safer ships, cleaner seas Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Information Directive 2002/059 VTMIS Directive 059/2002 EC Article 4 Notification prior to entry into ports of the Member States 1. The operator, agent or master of a ship bound for a port of a Member State shall notify the information in Annex I(1) to the port authority: (a) at least twenty-four hours in advance; or (b) at the latest, at the time the ship leaves the previous port, if the voyage time is less than twenty-four hours; or (c) if the port of call is not known or it is changed during the voyage, as soon as this information is available. 2. Ships coming from a port outside the Community and bound for a port of a Member State carrying dangerous or polluting goods, shall comply with the notification obligations of Article 13.

4 safer lives, safer ships, cleaner seas Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Information Directive 2002/059 VTMIS Directive 059/2002 EC Article 13 Notification of dangerous or polluting goods carried on board 3. Member States may put in place a procedure authorising the operator, agent or master of a ship referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 to notify the information listed in Annex I(3) to the port authority of the port of departure or destination in the Community, as appropriate. The procedure put in place must ensure that the competent authority has access to the information indicated in Annex I(3) at all times should it be needed. To this end, the port authority concerned shall retain the information listed in Annex I(3) long enough for it to be usable in the event of an incident or accident at sea. The port authority shall take the necessary measures to provide this information electronically and without delay to the competent authority, 24 hours a day upon request.

5 safer lives, safer ships, cleaner seas Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Information Directive 2002/059 Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Information Directive 2002/059 The Merchant Shipping (Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Reporting Requirements) Regulations SI 2004 No Notification prior to entry into port (1) This regulation applies to - (a) a United Kingdom ship bound for a port located in an EEA State; and (b) a non-United Kingdom ship bound for a port located in the United Kingdom. (2) The owner, agent or master of a ship referred to in paragraph (1) shall notify the authority of the port to which the ship in question is bound of the information specified in paragraph (3) in accordance with paragraph (4). (3) The information referred to in paragraph (2) is - (a) the name, the call sign, the IMO identification number or the maritime mobile service identity number of the ship; (b) the port of destination; (c) the estimated time of arrival at the port of destination, or if required by the authority of the port in question, the pilot station for that port; (d) the estimated time of departure from the port of destination referred to in sub- paragraph (c); and (e) the total number of persons on board the ship.

6 safer lives, safer ships, cleaner seas Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Information Directive 2002/059 Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Information Directive 2002/059 The Merchant Shipping (Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Reporting Requirements) Regulations SI 2004 No (8) When required to do so by the MCA, the owner, agent or master of a ship shall notify - (a) the authority of the port of departure in question of the information referred to in paragraph (2); (b) the authority of the port of destination in question of the information referred to in paragraph (5). (9) When a port authority receives information pursuant to paragraph (8), that port authority shall - (9) When a port authority receives information pursuant to paragraph (8), that port authority shall - (a) retain that information for as long as the information may be required for use in the event of an incident or accident at sea; and (b) provide that information at any time by electronic means to the MCA immediately upon request.

7 safer lives, safer ships, cleaner seas Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Information Directive 2002/059 Statutory Instrument 2004 No The Merchant Shipping (Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Reporting Requirements) Regulations 2004 Statutory Instrument 2004 No The Merchant Shipping (Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Reporting Requirements) Regulations 2004 Document History S.I No. 2110S.I No – Unamended S.I No S.I No. 1092S.I No Amendments in green S.I No These regulations amend the following: S.I No. 2498S.I No The Merchant Shipping (Reporting Requirements for Ships Carrying Dangerous or Polluting Goods) Regulations 1995 S.I No S.I No. 2154S.I No The Merchant Shipping (Prevention of Oil Pollution) Regulations 1996 S.I No S.I No. 2367S.I No The Merchant Shipping (Dangerous Goods and Marine Pollutants) Regulations 1997 S.I No S.I No. 1473S.I No The Merchant Shipping (Safety of Navigation) Regulations 2002 Notification of dangerous or polluting goods carried on board S.I No. 1473

8 safer lives, safer ships, cleaner seas Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Information Directive 2002/059 The Merchant Shipping (Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Reporting Requirements) Regulations SI 2004 No Application (1) Subject to paragraph (2), and unless otherwise stated, these Regulations, apply to - (a) all United Kingdom ships wherever they may be; and (b) all non-United Kingdom ships whilst they are in United Kingdom waters. (2) These Regulations do not apply to - (a) ships of less than 300 gross tonnage, unless otherwise stated; (b) warships, naval auxiliaries and other ships owned or operated by the Government of an EEA State which are used for non-commercial public service; (c) fishing vessels; (d) traditional ships; (e) recreational craft having a length of less than 45 metres.

9 safer lives, safer ships, cleaner seas Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Information Directive 2002/059 Article 2 Scope 1. This Directive applies to ships of 300 gross tonnage and upwards, unless stated otherwise. 2. This Directive shall not apply to: (a) warships, naval auxiliaries and other ships owned or operated by a Member State and used for non-commercial public service; 3. (b) fishing vessels, traditional ships and recreational craft with a length of less than 45 metres; 4. (c) bunkers below 5000 tons, ships' stores and equipment for use on board ships.


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