Safety Convention definition

Safety Convention means the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974 (a copy of the English text of the articles of which, and of part of the annex to which, is set forth in Schedule 4), as affected by any amendment, other than an amendment objected to by Australia, made under Article VIII of that Convention and, after the date on which the Protocol of 1978 relating to the Safety Convention enters into force for Australia, as also affected by that Protocol;
Safety Convention means the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea signed in London on behalf of the Government on 1 November 1974 together with the Protocol to the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea signed in London on behalf of the Government on 17 February 1978 and the Protocol to the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea signed in London on behalf of the Government on 11 November 1988 and any amendments made to it up to and including those adopted by the 85th session of the Maritime Safety Committee of the International Maritime Organisation held between 26 November and 5 December 2008 and which have entered into force in respect of the State pursuant to Article VIII prior to the passing of the Merchant Shipping Act 2010;”.
Safety Convention means the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974 and its Protocols of 1978 and 1988, together with such amendments thereof or replacements therefor as may be in effect in respect of the Islands;

Examples of Safety Convention in a sentence

  • The Cabinet may make such regulations as appear to it to be necessary to give effect to the Safety Convention and to provide generally for safety at sea.Regulations providing for exemptions‌161.

  • Subject to subsection (2), any passenger ship or any cargo ship exceeding 500 GRT registered in a country which is not a party to the Safety Convention shall not proceed to sea on an international voyage from Mauritius unless the ship has complied with the provisions of this Act respecting safety that are applicable to Mauritius ships.

  • The Minister may make such regulations as he thinks fit to give effect to the Safety Convention.

  • The fire control plans in every new Mauritius cargo ship or every deep-sea fishing vessel and the pilot ladders light and sound signals and distress signals in every new or existing Mauritius cargo ship or deep-sea fishing vessel shall be surveyed to ensure full compliance with the requirements of the Safety Convention and any regulations made under this Act.

  • On receipt of an inspection certificate, a local safety certificate or a Safety Convention certificate, the owner or master of the ship in respect of which the certificate is issued shall cause the certificate to be posted up in some conspicuous place on board the ship for the information of all on board.


More Definitions of Safety Convention

Safety Convention means the Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea signed in London on the 1[1st day of November, 1974] as amended from time to time;
Safety Convention means the International Convention for the safety of Life at Sea 1974 as affected by an amendment made under Article VIII of the Convention, other than an amendment accepted by Nauru, and includes the Protocol of 1978 relating to the Convention;
Safety Convention means the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea 1974 and its Protocol of 1988;
Safety Convention means the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, the Protocol of 1978, and the amendments to the Convention adopted on 20th November 1981, and any amendment thereto or replacement thereof;
Safety Convention means the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea signed in London on behalf of the Government on 1 November 1974 together with the Protocol to the International
Safety Convention. ' means the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974 as affected by any amendment made thereunder, and includes protocol 1978;
Safety Convention means the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea done at London on 1 November 1974, the English text of which is set forth in the Second Schedule as modified by any amendment made under Article VIII of that Convention that has entered into force for the Republic and, after the date on which the Protocol of 1978 relating to the Safety Convention enters into force for the Republic, as also modified by that Protocol;