Regulations1. Port administration for Sundsvalls Municipality
2. General rules and conditions
4. Tugboat Regulations
5. Scandinavian Tugowners Standard Conditions
6. Swedish Ports Terminal Rules 1989
1. Port administration for Sundsvalls Municipality
Local order and safety regulations for municipal port areas in Sundsvalls municipality.
Approved by the County Administrative Board of Västernorrland to apply as of 1996-07-01.
Sundsvalls municipality provides that by virtue of Section 1 of the Regulation (1993:1632) with the authority of municipalities and county administrative boards to notify the local regulations under the Public Order Act (1993:1617).
1 § Basic provisions on public order and security in a public place can be found in Chapter 3. Order Act.
These local regulations contain further provisions on the order and security in Sundsvalls municipality areas of ports needed to take account of the activities in the ports.
2 § These local regulations apply in water and on land in the port areas which are marked on the Regulations related to the map.
3 § The port area is managed by Sundsvalls Hamn AB. In general, the Board in accordance with its guidelines and instructions exercise the daily management of the company's Managing Director.
With the port authority referred to in these Regulations Sundsvalls Hamn AB.
With the vessels referred to in these rules every item used for the transport of, or in, water and any other objects which can be moved, or in water.
5 § Vessels should steer so that danger or obstacles do not arise for another boat.
In addition, the vessel should be steered so that other vessels, equipment or people are not endangered or harmed. The master of the vessel should exercise special caution when passing where work is ongoing in the water.
6 § Aircraft cannot land on the port area without the permission of the port authority.
MOORAGE, WARPING, Movement, etc.
7 § vessels may only be added, moored or anchored in places designated by the port authority.
The master of the ship should be informed of the depth at the designated supplementary, mooring or anchorage.
8 § Organization of the vessel may be made only after authorization by the Port Authority.
The ship's master, owner or owners should ensure that the ship is moored.
9 § During mooring, anchoring and procrastination the master must ensure that other vessels, wharves, jetties or similar facilities, cables and wires are not damaged and that ship traffic is not unnecessarily hindered or disrupted.
10 § Establishment of mooring locations or expositions of pipes, cables or other wires, pontoons or temporary bridge and similar establishments may not take place without the permission of the port authority.
11 § Masters, owners or owners to move or delay the vessel or take other actions with the ship, which is necessary with regard to the order or security in the port.
12 § Vessels may not anchor into the port area, where there is a risk that the ship, because of their condition or for any other reason, can come to fall, preventing ships or otherwise pose a risk to order or security in the port area.
13 § Masters, owners, or agents will immediately notify the Port Authority if a ship has sunken, bottomed out, or has been unsuitably maneuvered.
Owners of other sunken objects, which may hinder or damage the vessel or facility, will make notification of this to the port authority. If someone other than the owner was in charge of the vessel when it fell, the responsibility will be on the owner. If the subject has been lost from the ship the ships master or owner must make the notification.
14 § At mooring and anchoring action should be taken with the assistance of the tugboat, if necessary for reasons of policy or security in the port area.
OBLIGATION TO NOTIFY
15 § If the vessel will enter or pass through the port areas the master, owner must notify the port authority.
Notification must take place as soon as possible, but not later than 24 hours before its arrival. Port Authority may with respect to time commitments for the operation or other circumstances, allow a shorter notification or exemption from notification.
The captain will notify time of departure to the port authority at the latest when the ship is ready to resign.
Loading, unloading, STRUCTURE OF GOODS
16 § Goods, vehicles or other materials should be handled and put into place designated by the port authority and in such a way that the port plans, buildings, roads, tracks, cranes or otherwise damaged or firebreaks blocked, so that danger to person does not arise.
For notification of, and management, dangerous goods there are special rules.
17 § Before a ship is considered temporarily out of service due to reparations or equivalent work, a permit must be obtained from the Port Authority.
18 § Diving and underwater work should be done only with the permission of the port authority.
19 § Usage of propeller at the dock may be made only with the permission of the port authority.
20 § Anyone within the port area damaging vessels, equipment, goods or other property shall immediately notify the Port Authority.
21 § During loading and unloading open fire or smoking cannot occur be used or smoking deck next to the loading door. Use of open flames or smoking should not occur where the appropriation of such prohibition exists.
22 § Anyone who deliberately or negligently, violates § 5-15, 16 §, first paragraph, or § 17-21 can be sentenced to a monetary fine pursuant to Chapter 3. § 22 second paragraph Order Act.
The Public Order Act also provides for injunctions and confiscation.
These regulations came into effect 1996-07-01.