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Original name: Fartygssäkerhetsförordning (2003:438).
Name: Sea Safety Ordinance (2003:438).
Country: Sweden
Subject(s): Seafarers - Occupational safety and health and welfare
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 2003-06-12
Entry into force:
Published on: Svensk Författningssamling, 2003, No. 438, 15 p.
ISN: SWE-2003-R-75647
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=75647&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Svensk Författningssamling, 2003, No. 438, 15 p.
Ordinance online in Swedish, Basic Text Ordinance online in Swedish, Basic Text Regeringens rättsdatabaser, Notisum AB, www.notisum.se, Sweden, 14 pp. PDF PDF (consulted on 2014-10-31)
Ordinance online in Swedish, Consolidated Text Ordinance online in Swedish, Consolidated Text Regeringskansliets rättsdatabaser, Notisum AB, www.notisum.se, Sweden, 18 pp. PDF of Ordinance as amended to Ordinance 2015:673 PDF of Ordinance as amended to Ordinance 2015:673 (consulted on 2016-04-27)
Abstract/Citation: The consolidation of the Ordinance includes a total of 29 amending texts through November 2015 (up to Ordinance 2015:673). The consolidated text includes various amendments.

Contains 10 chapters concerning, inter alia:

Chapter 1: Scope.
Chapter 2: Sea worthiness, etc. (passenger trafic, safety organization).
Chapter 3: Certificates and documents.
Chapter 4: General rules (safety crew, safety organization, manning, etc.).
Chapter 5: Work environment (safety delegates and committees).
Chapter 6: Supervision (inspections, records, etc.).
Chapter 7: Restrictions in the right to use a vessel.
Chapter 8: Special rules for certain vessels.
Chapter 9: Requests to organizations.
Chapter 10: Additional rules (transmission of information).

Repeals Ordinance 1988:594, 1995:1170, 1996:1365 and 1996:1366.
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