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DNVGL - DNV STD CERT 2.7-1 - OFFSHORE CONTAINERS Organization: DNVGL
Date: 2013-06-01
Description: Not to be stacked during transport on ships  — Cargo or loose installations are properly secured in the container. — The container is designed to give adequate protection to its cargo or to installations inside.
API SPEC 2C - OFFSHORE PEDESTAL-MOUNTED CRANES - SEVENTH EDITION; EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 2012; ERRATA: MARCH 2013 Organization: API
Date: 2012-03-01
Description: Typical applications can include: a) offshore oil exploration and production applications; these cranes are typically mounted on a fixed (bottomsupported) structure, floating platform structure, or ship-hulled vessel used in drilling and production operations; b) shipboard applications; these cranes are mounted on surface-type vessels and are used to move cargo, containers, and other materials while the crane is within a harbor or sheltered area; and c) heavy-lift applications; cranes for heavy-lift applications are mounted on barges, self-elevating vessels or other vessels, and are used in construction and salvage operations within a harbor or sheltered area or in limited (mild) environmental conditions.
ISO DIS 16304 - SHIPS AND MARINE TECHNOLOGY - MARINE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION - ARRANGEMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF PORT WASTE RECEPTION FACILITIES Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-12-09
Description: It does not give specifics on the size or location of PRF in each port, but provides a list of principles to be considered and applied to any size or type of port or terminal (e.g. marina, fishing port, container terminal, oil terminal, roll on/roll off terminal, cruise terminal, ferry terminal, bulk or general cargo terminal, ship repair or recycling facility, and offshore terminal). Inland ports and marinas and those ports that have entered regional arrangements for the provision of their PRF can also use this International Standard.
ISO 16304 - SHIPS AND MARINE TECHNOLOGY - MARINE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION - ARRANGEMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF PORT WASTE RECEPTION FACILITIES - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2013-03-15
Description: It does not give specifics on the size or location of PRFs in each port, but provides a list of principles to be considered and applied to any size or type of port or terminal (e.g. marina, fishing port, container terminal, oil terminal, roll on/roll off terminal, cruise terminal, ferry terminal, bulk or general cargo terminal, ship repair or recycling facility, and offshore terminal). This International Standard can also be used by those ports that have entered into regional arrangements for the provision of their PRF, or inland ports and marinas, providing that the definition of waste and its management in the national legislation of the facility are referenced accordingly.
DS/ISO 16304 - SHIPS AND MARINE TECHNOLOGY - MARINE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION - ARRANGEMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF PORT WASTE RECEPTION FACILITIES Organization: DS
Date: 2013-04-11
Description: It does not give specifics on the size or location of PRFs in each port, but provides a list of principles to be considered and applied to any size or type of port or terminal (e.g. marina, fishing port, container terminal, oil terminal, roll on/roll off terminal, cruise terminal, ferry terminal, bulk or general cargo terminal, ship repair or recycling facility, and offshore terminal). This International Standard can also be used by those ports that have entered regional arrangements for the provision of their PRF, or inland ports and marinas, providing that the definition of waste and its management in the national legislation of the facility are referenced accordingly.
DSF/ISO/DIS 16304 - SHIPS AND MARINE TECHNOLOGY - MARINE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION - ARRANGEMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF PORT WASTE RECEPTION FACILITIES Organization: DS
Description: It does not give specifics on the size or location of PRFs in each port, but provides a list of principles to be considered and applied to any size or type of port or terminal (e.g. marina, fishing port, container terminal, oil terminal, roll on/roll off terminal, cruise terminal, ferry terminal, bulk or general cargo terminal, ship repair or recycling facility, and offshore terminal). This International Standard can also be used by those ports that have entered regional arrangements for the provision of their PRF, or inland ports and marinas, providing that the definition of waste and its management in the national legislation of the facility are referenced accordingly.

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