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Statutory Documents - IMO Publications and Documents - International Codes - INF Code - International Code for the Safe Carriage of Packaged Irradiated Nuclear Fuel, Plutonium and High-Level Radioactive Wastes on Board Ships Resolution MSC.88(71) - Chapter 3 - Fire safety measures

Chapter 3 - Fire safety measures

  3.1 Fire safety measures of a Class INF 1 ship shall be to the satisfaction of the Administration.

  3.2 Class INF 2 and 3 ships, regardless of their size, shall be fitted with the following systems and equipment:

  • .1 a water fire-extinguishing system complying with the requirements of regulation II-2/4 of the Convention;

  • .2 fixed fire-extinguishing arrangements in machinery spaces of category A, as defined in regulation II-2/3.19 of the Convention, complying with the requirements of regulation II-2/7 of the Convention;

  • .3 fixed cargo space cooling arrangements, complying with the requirements of regulation II-2/54.2.1.3 of the Convention; and

  • .4 a fixed fire-detection and fire alarm system, protecting the machinery spaces, accommodation and service spaces, complying with the requirements of regulation II-2/13 of the Convention.

  3.3 In a Class INF 3 ship, accommodation spaces, service spaces, control stations and machinery spaces of category A shall be fitted either forward or aft of the cargo spaces, due regard being paid to the overall safety of the ship.


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