3064

Researcher: 
Mitchell
Signature/Entry into Force/Termination
Signature Date (yyyy-mm-dd): 
1990-03-16
Signature Year: 
1990
Signature Place: 
London
Entry into force (EIF) Date: 
2000-02-03
Treaty Name and Text
Agreement Name: 
Amendments To Annexes I And II Regarding Harmonized System Of Survey And Certificates To The International Convention For The Prevention Of Pollution From Ships
Alternative Treaty Names: 
Amendments regarding Harmonized System of Survey and Certificates to the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution From Ships; Amendments to MARPOL Annex I
Possible Sources (additional): 
http://www.imo.org/includes/blastData.asp/doc_id=6959/39(29).pdf
Treaty Type
Multilateral / Bilateral / Other - New: 
Agreement Type Level 3: 
E (environment) Code (agreement is environmental or not): 
Environmental
Source for E (environmental) code: 
Title
Text used for E (environmental) coding: 
Amendments To Annexes I And II Regarding Harmonized System Of Survey And Certificates To The International Convention For The Prevention Of Pollution From Ships
Specific words used to code agreement as E (environmental): 
pollut/pollution from ships/ship
Lineage
Lineage: 
MARPOL
Sequence: 
203.090
Secretariat and auspices
Org Auspices: 
IMO
Legacy
Hidden fields
Version: 
2007.10
AmendProtToB: 
2874
AmendProtToC: 
2826
AmendProtToType: 
Amendment
Inclusion Auto-Generated: 
MEA - Multilateral Environmental Agreements
Subject: 
Pollution/Ocean
Category: 
ENV
Lang1: 
EN.txt
Deletable
Treaty Text (legacy)
Short Name: 
Amendments to MARPOL Annex I
Core Filename: 
1990-AmendmentsAnnexIandII-1973-PollutionFromShips
Notes (incl. non-URL source for text): 
MEPC 39(29); The amendments are designed to introduce the harmonized system of survey and certificates(HSSC) into MARPOL 73/78 at the same time as it enters into force for the SOLAS and Load Lines Conventions. All three instruments require the issuing of certificates to show that requirements have been met and this has to be done by means of a survey which can involve the ship being out of service for several days. The harmonized system alleviates the problems caused by survey dates and intervals between surveys which do not coincide, so that a ship should no longer have to go into port or repair yard for a survey required by one convention shortly after doing the same thing in connection with another instrument.
Date text posted to IEA: 
200403
Member Code: 
,
Members: 
,
OrigMEAgrees: 
0