Maritime Transport Instrument MTI-404.131-1
What this maritime transport instrument does
This maritime transport instrument MTI-404.131-1 sets out further requirements in relation to fire appliances on vessels of 45 metres in length or more but less than 60 metres in length).
This maritime transport instrument comes into force on the same date that Maritime Rules Part 404 Design, Construction, and Equipment – New Zealand Cape Town Vessels and Foreign Cape Town Vessels comes into force.
Section 5 required standards to meet compliance
In addition to defining key terms and clarifying some discretions for surveyors, Section 5 of this instrument sets out the required standards to meet compliance for the following items:
- Automatic fire alarm and fire detection systems
- Fire pumps
- Fire hydrants, fire hoses and nozzles
- Portable fire extinguishers in control stations and accommodation and service spaces
- Fire extinguishing appliances in machinery spaces – fixed fire extinguishing systems, foam extinguisher, portable fire extinguishers
- Firefighter’s outfit
- Fire control plan
Section 6 maintenance, inspection and servicing of fire appliances
Section 6 of this instrument sets out the requirements for the maintenance, inspection, and servicing of fire appliances for vessels of 45 metres in length or more but less than 60 metres in length in accordance with the applicable requirements of Part 42B.Download MTI 404.131-1 [PDF: 220kB, 9 pages]
The following items are incorporated by Reference in Maritime Transport Instrument MTI 404.131-1
|Part 1 of Annex 1 to the International Code for Application of Fire Test Procedures, 2010 (2010 FTP Code) adopted by IMO Resolution MSC.307(88)
|AS/NZS 1530.3 titled Methods for fire tests on building materials, components and structures - Simultaneous determination of ignitability, flame propagation, heat release and smoke release
|NZS 5807 titled Code of Practice for Industrial Identification by Colour, Wording or other Coding
|The Cape Town Agreement 2012
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