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ID number:915307
Published: 09.05.2014.
Language: Latvian
Level: College/University
Literature: 4 units
References: Not used
Table of contents
Nr. Chapter  Page.
1.  Kuģa gareniska sekcija pa kuģa viduslīniju    4
2.  Komandtiltiņa plāns    5.
3.  Klāju plāni. Drošība    10
4.  Glābšanas līdzekļi    23
5.  Enkura ierīces un to pielietošana    30
6.  Tauvošanās operācijas    32
7.  Jūras vides aizsardzība    34
8.  Avotu saraksts    37

In maritime law and international law, the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973, as modified in 1978, is commonly known as MARPOL or, more formally, MARPOL 73/78 (as in MARitime POLlution).
MARPOL includes six specific regulations each dealing with oil pollution or other noxious or harmful liquids or substances carried by ship, and the pollution caused by ships, as opposed to their cargo, such as ship garbage, sewage and air pollution.
MARPOL replaced and enhanced a 1954 treaty called OILPOL, short for International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution of the Sea by Oil. The treaty had not yet come into force when, in 1978, some high-profile oil tanker environmental disasters motivated the international law community, acting through the International Maritime OrganizationOur company policy for marine enviroment protection was very stricly. At all vessel i saw many posters about protection enviroment, because in marine it is very important, and all crewing companys give very big atention for this.
At sea we threw garbage in garbage box , box have own collor for
garbage. (Blue – food and waste , Grey – special garbage , Black – metal and glass , Yellow- donnuge garbage , RED – plastic.
The disposal of garbage and sewage from ships is a major environmental issue, and Annexes IV and V of the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships were developed to address this.

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