Surveys in Hong Kong
|New Yaumatei Typhoon Shelter||Monday to Friday||2388 0101||2782 0412|
|Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter||Every Tuesday & Thursday||2873 8366||2554 4346|
|Shaukeiwan Typhoon Shelter||1st & 3rd Tuesday of every month||2560 1474||2567 9779|
|Cheung Chau Typhoon Shelter||2nd & 4th Tuesday of every month||2981 9885||2981 5300|
|Sai Kung (off Sai Kung Hoi Pong Street)||1st & 3rd Wednesday of every month||2792 1212||2792 7820|
|Tai Po (off Sam Mun Tsai Marine Office)||2nd Wednesday of every month||2667 6939||2667 6952|
|Tuen Mun Kadoorie Pier||2nd & 4th Friday of every month||2451 9456||2452 5747|
|Sha Tau Kok Pier at Yim Liu Ha||3rd Friday of every three month||2667 6939||2667 6952|
Surveys outside Hong Kong
For Class IV vessels of novel type, Marine Department will individually considered the required plan/information and informed owner/agent by letter. For other Class IV vessels the required plan/information are to be determined by the relevant Authorized Surveyors/Organizations and Recognized Authorities.
(1) Every vessel should be designed and built to the requirements of rules and regulations of a recognized classification society having regarded the size, construction material, and operational services of the vessel. Such rules and regulations should be complied with in its entirety. However in the case of any inconsistency between COP and any of the requirements of the classification society rules, the requirements of COP should be complied with.
(2) Main propulsion, control, fuel oil, compressed air, electrical and refrigeration systems; generator machinery; air receivers and other pressure equipment; piping and pumping arrangements; steering equipment, shafts and couplings for power transmission should be designed, constructed and tested to the satisfaction of the surveyor. Suitable means or device should be provided to machinery, equipment, lifting gear, winches, fish handling and fish processing equipment, etc. so as to reduce to a minimum any danger to persons on board. Special attention should be paid to moving parts, hot surfaces and other potential dangers.
For Class IV vessels, please refer to Chapter II and III of “Code of Practice – Safety Standards for Class IV Vessels”.