Marine order 35—Additional safety measures for bulk carriers
Requirements for bulk carriers.
01 August 2014
Marine Order 35 (Additional safety measures for bulk carriers) 2014 provides information about:
- structural stability and other requirements for bulk carriers
- additional requirements for regulated Australian vessels
- statements for carrying dry cargoes in bulk.
- International conventions
- Clarification of the term bulk carrier and guidance for application of regulations in SOLAS to ships which occasionally carry dry cargoes in bulk and are not determined as bulk carriers in accordance with regulation XII/1.1 and chapter II-1, International Maritime Organization (IMO) Resolution MSC.277(85)
- UR S17 Longitudinal strength of hull girder in flooded condition for bulk carriers, International Association of Classification Societies unified requirement
- UR S20 Evaluation of allowable hold loading for bulk carriers considering hold flooding, IACS unified requirement
- UR S18 Evaluation of scantlings of corrugated transverse watertight bulkheads in bulk carriers considering hold flooding, IACS unified requirement
- Requirements concerning strength of ships, International Association of Classification Societies (IACS)
- Recommendations for the fitting of hull stress monitoring systems, IMO Circular MSC/Circ.646 (register)
Last updated: 26 February 2018
Last reviewed: 26 February 2018