Marine Safety Circulars

All Commonwealth of Dominica International Marine Safety Circulars have the precursor CD-MSC, and contain a sequential number to identify the sequence and year of issue. (Example: CD-MSC 2-01 would represent the second circular issued in the year 2001).

 

Below are the links to our circulars:

 

 

CD-MSC 02-17 Rev01 Decoupling of the IOPP certificate in relation to the Ballast Water Management Convention Amendments

 

CD-MSC 04-17 Rev01 Guidance Concerning Radio Accounting Authority Approval

 

CD-MSC 03-17 Rev02 Guidance on Issuance of International Ballast Water Management Statement of Compliance

 

CD-MSC 01-17 Rev01 Liability Insurance for Seafarer Abandonment, Death, and Long Term Disability

 

CD-MSC 01-16 Rev01 Guidance for Approval of Regional Licensing Examination Centers

 

CD-MSC 04-15 Issuance of Receipt of Application

 

CD-MSC 03-15 Assessments of Candidates For Original Engineering Officer Certification

 

CD-MSC 02-15 Concentrated Inspection Campaign - Crew Familiarization for Enclosed Space Entry

 

CD-MSC 01-15 Vessel General Permit (VGP)

 

CD-MSC 06-14 Known Instances of False Representation and Fraudulent Certificates

 

CD-MSC 05-14 Clarification on Commonwealth of Dominica Minimum Safe Manning Certificates

 

CD-MSC 04-14 The Use of Voyage Data Recorders and Simplified Voyage Data Recorders for Assisting a Marine Safety Investigation

 

CD-MSC 02-14 Emergency Training and Drills

 

CD-MSC 01-14 Guidelines for the Development of Plans and Procedures for the Recovery of Persons from the Water

 

CD-MSC 13-13 Availability of Search and Rescue (SAR) Services

 

CD-MSC 12-13 International Sanctions Relating to the Syrian Arab Republic

 

CD-MSC 11-13 Concentrated Inspection Campaigns – 2013

 

CD-MSC 10-13 International Sanctions Against the Islamic Republic of Iran

 

CD-MSC 09-13 New Edition of the IAMSAR Manual Volume III

 

CD-MSC 03-14 Guidance Regarding Placement of Supernumeraries on Board Dominica Vessels

 

CD-MSC 08-13 Application for Authorization as a Recognized Organization

 

CD-MSC 07-13 New Inspection Regime - TOKYO MOU

 

CD-MSC 06-13 Carriage of Electronic Media in Lieu of Hard Copies of IMO Publications

 

CD-MSC 05-13 Maritime Labour Convention Compliance (Guidance Circular)

 

CD-MSC 04-13 Shipboard Occupational Health and Safety Programmes

 

CD-MSC 03-13 Guidance on Medical Exams and Certification

 

CD-MSC 02-13 Approved Maritime Training Centers

 

CD-MSC 01-13 MARPOL Annex V Garbage Discharge Requirements and Record Keeping

 

CD-MSC 10-12 MARPOL Annex VI IEEC and SEEMP

 

CD-MSC 09-12 Lifeboat On-Load Release Mechanisms and Use of Fall Preventer Devices

 

CD-MSC 08-12 Self Inspection Program for PARIS MOU

 

CD-MSC 07-12 Automatic Identification System (AIS) Annual Testing Requirements

 

CD-MSC 06-12 Hong Kong Convention - Ship Recycling Requirements

 

CD-MSC 05-12 Mandatory Lookouts and Watchkeeping

 

CD-MSC 04-12 Rev.02 Flag State Inspection Sticker and Certificate

 

CD-MSC 03-12 Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System Implementation

 

CD-MSC 01-12 Mariner Documentation

 

CD-MSC 02-10 New Inspection Regime in Paris MOU on Port State Control

 

CD-MSC 01-10 Port State Control Concentrated Inspection Campaigns 2010

 

CD-MSC 01-09 Port State Control Concentrated Inspection Campaigns in 2009

 

CD-MSC 09-08 Amendment to the Continuous Synopsis Record Format

 

CD-MSC 08-08 Certification Requirements in Respect to the International Convention on Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage, 2001

 

CD-MSC 07-08 Appointment of Authorized Testing Application Service Providers

 

CD-MSC 04-08 Flag State Inspection Program

 

CD-MSC 03-08 Implementation of SOLAS Amendments as of 1 January 2008

 

CD-MSC 02-08 Training of Company Security Officers (CSO)

 

CD-MSC 01-08 Implementation of IMO Unique Company and Registered Owner Identification Number Scheme

 

CD-MSC 06-06 Anti-Fouling Systems

 

CD-MSC 05-06 Port State Control Concentrated Inspection Campaigns

 

CD-MSC 03-06 Equivalent Arrangements Concerning Number and Capacity of Lifeboats and Liferafts

 

CD-MSC 02-06 Periodic Servicing and Maintenance of Lifeboats, Launching Appliances and On-Load Release Gear

 

CD-MSC 01-06 Ship Security Alert System Guidelines

 

CD-MSC 07-05 Condition Assessment Scheme

 

CD-MSC 06-05 Regional Representation and Assistance to Dominica Flag Vessels

 

CD-MSC 05-05 Medical Care on Board Ship and Ashore

 

CD-MSC 04-05 Code of Safety for Diving Systems

 

CD-MSC 03-05 Early Implementation of Amendment to SOLAS Regulation III-19.3.3.3

 

CD-MSC 02-05 Registration Renewal Procedure

 

CD-MSC 01-05 Procedures for Approval of Amendments to Ship Security Plans

 

CD-MSC 15-04 ISM Code Implementation and Flag State Inspections Relating to PSC Detentions

 

CD-MSC 13-04 Crew Changes Reporting

 

CD-MSC 12-04 Crew List Requirements

 

CD-MSC 11-04 Combined Procedures for Ship Security Plan Approval and ISPS Code Verification and Certification

 

CD-MSC 10-04 Registry of Vessels of Twenty (20) Years of Age and Older Under Dominica Flag

 

CD-MSC 09-04 IMO Additional Guidance Relating to the Implementation of Security Requirements

 

CD-MSC 08-04 ISPS Code Interim Certification

 

CD-MSC 06-04 Guidance for Establishing Security Measures When Calling at Non-Compliant Port Facilities

 

CD-MSC 07-04 Transit Booking Information on the Panama Canal Internet Page

 

CD-MSC 04-04 Guidance for developing Ship Security Plans

 

CD-MSC 03-04 Passenger Vessels Environmental Inspection Checklist by United States Coast Guard

 

CD-MSC 02-04 Shipboard Pollution Emergency Plans for Noxious Liquid Substances Including Comp. Determinations for U.S. Bound Vessels

 

CD-MSC 01-04 Continuous Synopsis Record

 

CD-MSC 25-03 ISPS Code Implementation

 

CD-MSC 24-03 Maritime Security Training for Company Security Officers and Ship Security Officers

 

CD-MSC 22-03 Inspections of the Outside of Cargo Ship Bottoms

 

CD-MSC 21-03 Official Log Book Circular

 

CD-MSC 21-03A Official Log Book Sample

 

CD-MSC 20-03 Ship's Identification Number

 

CD-MSC 19-03 Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)

 

CD-MSC 18-03 Automatic Identification System (AIS) Carriage Requirements

 

CD-MSC 17-03 Diesel Engine Fuel Oil Arrangements - Double Jacketed Piping System

 

CD-MSC 16-03 Pilot Transfer Arrangements

 

CD-MSC 15-03 Approved Global Positioning Satellite System Equipment

 

CD-MSC 14-03 Guidelines for Voyage Planning

 

CD-MSC 13-03 Notification and Reporting of Marine Casualties, Marine Incidents, Occurences and Offenses

 

CD-MSC 12-03 Performance Standards for Ship Security Alert System

 

CD-MSC 11-03 Report of Ship's Officers and Repatriation (Liability Insurance) Coverage

 

CD-MSC 10-03 Inadequate Port Reception Facility Report

 

CD-MSC 09-03 Fire Extinguishing Arrangements for Paint Lockers

 

CD-MSC 08-03 Instructions for the Keeping of Oil Record Book

 

CD-MSC 07-03 GMDSS Radio Log Book Guidance

 

CD-MSC 07-03A Sample GMDSS Radio Log Book

 

CD-MSC 05-03A Articles of Agreement Sample

 

CD-MSC 05-03 Articles of Agreement

 

CD-MSC 01-03 Emergency Escape Breathing Devices (EEBDs)

 

CD-MSC 52-01 IOPP Certificates

 

CD-MSC 51-01 ISM for Modular Offshore Drilling Units

 

CD-MSC 49-01 Protection of the Great Barrier Reef Region

 

CD-MSC 45-01 Port State Control

 

CD-MSC 44-01 Periodically Unattended Machinery Spaces

 

CD-MSC 43-01 MARPOL - Protection of the Marine Environment

 

CD-MSC 42-01 Authorization for the Carriage of Grain

 

CD-MSC 41-01 Procedures for Assigning Multiple Loadlines

 

CD-MSC 40-01 Life-Saving Applicances

 

CD-MSC 39-01 Reporting Certificate Fraud and Professional and Technical Incompetence

 

CD-MSC 38-01 Safety Precautions for Entering Enclosed Spaces

 

CD-MSC 37-01 Prohibition of Hot Work in Tankers and Combination Carriers

 

CD-MSC 36-01 Safety of Navigation - Charts, Publications, and Notices to Mariners

 

CD-MSC 35-01 Passenger Vessels - Underwater Examination of Hull in Lieu of Dry-Dock

 

CD-MSC 34-01 International Conventions, Protocols, and Amendments to Which Dominica Is Party

 

CD-MSC 33-01 Maintenance and Inspection of Fire Protection Systems and Appliances

 

CD-MSC 32-01 Harmonized System of Surveys and Certification

 

CD-MSC 31-01 GMDSS Radio Logbook Requirement

 

CD-MSC 30-01 INMARSAT-C False Distress Alerts

 

CD-MSC 29-01 Identification Numbers for 406 MHz Satellite EPIRBs

 

CD-MSC 28-01 Retention of Radio Logbooks

 

CD-MSC 27-01 Ship Radio Station Watchkeeping Hours

 

CD-MSC 26-01 Radio Message Accounting Procedures and Radio Accounting Authorities

 

CD-MSC 25-01 Renewal of Ship Radio Station Licenses

 

CD-MSC 24-01 Required Documents for Ship Radio Stations

 

CD-MSC 23-01 Ballast Water Management Plans

 

CD-MSC 22-01 Use of Halogenated Hydrocarbons and Other Ozone Depleting Substances

 

CD-MSC 21-01 Cleansing Agent Impact on Oil Pollution Prevention Equipment

 

CD-MSC 20-01 Guidance on In-Service Training Using Administration Accepted Training Record Books

 

CD-MSC 19-01 Cooperation With Hydrographic Services

 

CD-MSC 18-01 Issuance and Use of Statutory Certificates

 

CD-MSC 17-01 Stability and Trim Information to be Supplied to the Master

 

CD-MSC 16-01 Shipowner, Operator, Representative

 

CD-MSC 14-01 Approval of Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plans (SOPEP)

 

CD-MSC 13-01 Failure of Oil Discharge Monitoring and Control Systems (ODMCS)

 

CD-MSC 10-01 Amendments to SOLAS - 2001 Consolidated Edition

 

CD-MSC 08-01 International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code

 

CD-MSC 07-01 Reporting Incidents of Piracy and Armed Attacks

 

CD-MSC 03-01 Familiarization With Dominica Maritime Legislation and Requirements

 

CD-MSC 02-01 Certification, Training and Rest Periods

 

CD-MSC 01-01 Publications, Forms, Certificates, Documents and Marine Safety Circulars Notices - Numbering System

 

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