EU e-Privacy Directive
Common Notations and Symbols The notations and symbols contained under this heading may be applicable to any type of vessel or offshore installation, as indicated by the referenced Rules and Guides (which are mostly available for viewing at http://www.eagle.org/rules/downloads.html). These notations and symbols pertain to hull structure, analyses, equipment, machinery, automation, surveys, etc.
Based on our experience from visits on board seagoing vessels, where we have seen fuel oil (FO) connections with either incomplete or even missing splash guarding, we would like to draw your attention to installation of the required splash guarding of flanged connections in the FO
This document proposes specific guidance on accidental breakdown, instrument malfunction and perceived temporary non-compliance and transient performance of EGCS.
Number to be assigned after A 30
High-level action: Number to be assigned after A 30
Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems (EGCS) in operation
Exceptional circumstance 1 - An EGCS suffers from transitory non-compliance (for example due to engine load fluctuation)
Exceptional circumstance 2 - Possible non-compliance with the SOx emission limits during the start up and shut down of the EGCS