NATIONAL ABORIGINAL FISHERIES FORUM II          OCTOBER 3rd, 2012     CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING                          ...
CERTIFICATION BACKGROUND• Prior to the entry into force of the Canada  Shipping Act, 2001 (CSA 2001) and the  Marine Perso...
MARINE PERSONNEL REGULATIONS (MPR)             APPLICATIONThe MPR require the Master and officer of afishing vessel to hol...
PHASE-IN PERIOD                     Vessels                  Required as fromVessels with LOA of over 15 m (49 ft 02 in)  ...
FISHING VESSELS OF MORE THAN 12          METERS AND LESS THAN 60 GT• The Master is required to hold, as a minimum, either ...
FISHING VESSELS OF UP TO 15 GT OR NOT MORE THAN 12      METRES, NEAR COASTAL VOYAGE, CLASS 2 The Master is required to hol...
NEAR COASTAL VOYAGE, CLASS 2Near coastal voyage, Class 2 means a voyage:(a) that is not a sheltered waters voyage; and(b) ...
NEAR COASTAL VOYAGE CLASS 2 (NC 2) (25 NM)                                        8
FISHING VESSELS OF UP TO 15 GT OR NOT MORE THAN 12                   METRES, NEAR COASTAL VOYAGE, CLASS 2     •           ...
FISHING VESSELS OF UP TO 15 GT OR NOT MORE      THAN 12 METRES, SHELTERED WATERS The Master is required to hold, at a min...
MASTER FISHING VESSELS CERTIFICATES VALIDITY AS PER MPR                Voyages                                            ...
FISHING VESSELS OOW CERTIFICATES VALIDITY AS PER MPR            Voyages                                                   ...
FISHING VESSELS OF AT LEAST 60 GT BUT OF 100 GT OR LESS, NC1, NC2 OR SW VOYAGES• The master is required to hold at a minim...
FISHING VESSELS OF MORE THAN 100 GT • The Master is required to hold at a minimum a:        Fishing Master, Third Class c...
SECTION 212 OF THE MPR The phase in period under section 212 –  Masters and Deck Officers of the MPR will not  be extende...
CONFORMITY PROGRAM /    ASSURANCE OF COMPLIANCEAny vessels greater than 13 m but less than60 GT that are not in compliance...
CONFORMITY PROGRAM /  ASSURANCE OF COMPLIANCEWith the Assurance of Compliance, the ownerwill be required to rectify the si...
CONFORMITY PROGRAM /    ASSURANCE OF COMPLIANCEA master who operates a vessel when it is notstaffed with a sufficient and ...
STCW-F CONVENTION• International Convention on Standards of  Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for  Fishing Vessel ...
STCW-F APPLICATIONMasters and officers in charge of a navigational watch on fishing vessels of 24 metres in length and ov...
NEW STCW-F CERTIFICATES OF          COMPETENCY Fishing Master, Unlimited Waters Fishing Master, Limited Waters Fishing ...
DOMESTIC CERTIFICATES OF        COMPETENCY OR DOCUMENTS Fishing Master, Fourth Class, limited waters Watchkeeping Mate o...
SAFE MANNING DOCUMENTS All Fishing Vessels of 15 GT or more shall carry on board  a Safe Manning Document, valid for a pe...
COMPLEMENT OF FISHING VESSELS  NOT EXCEEDING 15 GT OR 12 M Fishing vessels not exceeding 15 gross  tonnage or 12 m in ove...
TYPICAL MINIMUM COMPLEMENT OF A        FISHING VESSEL OF LESS THAN 500 GT                   Master       The master is    ...
FISHING VESSEL OF AT LEAST 15 GROSS TONNAGE OR 12      METRES IN LENGTH OVERALL AND OF A REGISTERED              LENGTH OF...
CDN NUMBERWhat is a CDN number:• A CDN number is an identification number given to a  seafarer.• This number facilitate ac...
MARINE EMERGENCY DUTY TRAINING  COURSES (SECTION 205 OF THE MPR)On board Familiarisation and Safety training: Every perso...
MARINE EMERGENCY DUTY (MED) TRAINING     COURSES (SECTION 205 OF THE MPR)Before acquiring a total of 6 months of sea servi...
DESIGNATED PERSON TO PROVIDE FIRST AID      (SECTION 207 (G) AND 205 (9))Person designated to provide first aid on board a...
PREPARED BY:Diane CoutureManager, Nautical certification and PilotagePersonnel Standards and PilotageTransport Canada330 S...
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NAFF II - Opportunities awareness - regulatory requirements - Diana Couture - ENGLISH

  1. 1. NATIONAL ABORIGINAL FISHERIES FORUM II OCTOBER 3rd, 2012 CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING 1
  2. 2. CERTIFICATION BACKGROUND• Prior to the entry into force of the Canada Shipping Act, 2001 (CSA 2001) and the Marine Personnel Regulations (MPR), Fishing vessels of less than 60 GT were not required to have a certified master or officer on board. 2
  3. 3. MARINE PERSONNEL REGULATIONS (MPR) APPLICATIONThe MPR require the Master and officer of afishing vessel to hold: A Master’s or Officer’s certificate; A Small Vessel Operator Proficiency (SVOP) training certificate; A Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC); or A Declaration of at least seven fishing seasons as master or officer of a fishing vessel of up to 15 GT or not more than 12 m in LOA. 3
  4. 4. PHASE-IN PERIOD Vessels Required as fromVessels with LOA of over 15 m (49 ft 02 in) November 7, 2008Vessels with LOA of over 14 m (45 ft 11 in) November 7, 2009Vessels with LOA of over 13 m (42 ft 08 in) November 7, 2010Vessels with LOA of over 12 m (39 ft 04 in) November 7, 2012Vessels with LOA of over 6 m (19 ft 08 in) November 7, 2015Vessels of all lengths November 7, 2016 4
  5. 5. FISHING VESSELS OF MORE THAN 12 METERS AND LESS THAN 60 GT• The Master is required to hold, as a minimum, either a:  Fishing Master, Fourth Class certificate; or  Certificate of Service as Master of a fishing vessel of less than 60 GT.• The officer in charge of the watch is required to hold at least a:  Certificate of service as Watchkeeping Mate of a Fishing Vessel of less than 24 metres in registered length; or  Officer in charge of the watch of a Fishing Vessel of less than 24 metres in registered length. 5
  6. 6. FISHING VESSELS OF UP TO 15 GT OR NOT MORE THAN 12 METRES, NEAR COASTAL VOYAGE, CLASS 2 The Master is required to hold at a minimum a: a) Declaration of seven fishing seasons as master of a fishing vessel of up to 15 GT or not more than 12 meters; or b) Small Vessel Operator Proficiency Training certificate. c) In within 2 n. m. from the coast: Pleasure Craft Operator Card. 6
  7. 7. NEAR COASTAL VOYAGE, CLASS 2Near coastal voyage, Class 2 means a voyage:(a) that is not a sheltered waters voyage; and(b) during which the vessel engaged on the voyage is always (i) within 25 nautical miles from shore in waters contiguous to Canada, the United States (except Hawaii) or Saint Pierre and Miquelon, and (ii) within 100 nautical miles from a place of refuge. 7
  8. 8. NEAR COASTAL VOYAGE CLASS 2 (NC 2) (25 NM) 8
  9. 9. FISHING VESSELS OF UP TO 15 GT OR NOT MORE THAN 12 METRES, NEAR COASTAL VOYAGE, CLASS 2 • Near Coastal 2 Near Coastal 1 Small Vessel Operator Proficiency SVOP Small Vessel Operator Proficiency & 7 fishing seasons Experience acquired SVOP in specific area within NC 1, prior to July 2007 25 Nautical miles Declaration of 7 fishing seasonsSheltered experience acquired prior to July 2007 Declaration of 7 fishing seasons experience & 7 fishing seasons experience acquired Fishing Master, Fourth Class in specific area within NC 1, prior to July 2007 Fishing Master, Fourth Class 9
  10. 10. FISHING VESSELS OF UP TO 15 GT OR NOT MORE THAN 12 METRES, SHELTERED WATERS The Master is required to hold, at a minimum a Pleasure Craft Operator Card. Sheltered waters means a voyage: (a) that is in Canada on a lake, or a river above tidal waters, where a vessel can never be further than one nautical mile from the closest shore; or (b) that is on the waters listed in column 1 of an item of Schedule 1 of the Vessel Certificates Regulations during the period specified in column 2 of that item.http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/SOR-2007-31/ 10
  11. 11. MASTER FISHING VESSELS CERTIFICATES VALIDITY AS PER MPR Voyages Near coastal voyages, class 2 Near coastal voyages, class 1 Sheltered waters voyagesGross tonnage More than 2 miles from Less than 2 miles shore from shore Fishing master, 4th class Fishing master, 4th class Fishing master, 4th Fishing master, 4th or or class class More than 15 gross Certificate of service as master of Certificate of service as or ortonnage or more than 12 a fishing vessel of less than 60 master of a fishing Certificate of service Certificate of servicemeters, but less than 100 gross tonnage vessel of less than 60 as master of a fishing as master of a gross tonnage gross tonnage vessel of less than 60 fishing vessel of less gross tonnage than 60 gross tonnage Fishing master, 4th class Training certificate in Gross tonnage not or Small Vessel Operator exceeding 15 or 12 Certificate of service as master of Proficiency (SVOP) meters overall length a fishing vessel of less than 60 or Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC) gross tonnage Declaration of seven or fishing seasons as Small Vessel Operator Proficiency Master prior to July 1, SVOP & Declaration of 7 fishing 2007 seasons as Master in specific area within NC 1, prior to July 1st, 2007 or Declaration of 7 fishing seasons as Master prior to July 1st, 2007 & Declaration of 7 fishing seasons experience as Master in specific area within NC 1, prior to July 1st, 2007 11
  12. 12. FISHING VESSELS OOW CERTIFICATES VALIDITY AS PER MPR Voyages Near coastal voyages, class 2 Near coastal voyages, class 1 Sheltered waters voyages More than 2 miles Less than 2 milesGross tonnage from shore from shore Certificate of service as watchkeeping mate Certificate of service Certificate of service Certificate of of a fishing vessel of less than 24 meters in as watchkeeping as watchkeeping service as More than 15 gross registered length mate of a fishing mate of a fishing watchkeepingtonnage or more than or vessel of less than 24 vessel of less than 24 mate of a fishing 12 meters, but less Officer in charge of the watch of a Fishing meters in registered meters in registered vessel of less than than 100 gross Vessel of less than 24 metres in registered length length 24 meters in tonnage length. or or registered length Officer in charge of Officer in charge of or the watch of a the watch of a Officer in charge Fishing Vessel of Fishing Vessel of of the watch of a less than 24 metres less than 24 metres Fishing Vessel of in registered length. in registered length. less than 24 metres in registered length. Certificate of service as watchkeeping mate Training certificate in Gross tonnage not of a fishing vessel of less than 24 meters in Small Vessel exceeding 15 or 12 registered length Operator Proficiencymeters overall length or (SVOP) Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC) Officer in charge of the watch of a Fishing Or Vessel of less than 24 metres in registered Declaration of seven length fishing seasons as or OOW Small Vessel Operator Proficiency SVOP & Declaration of 7 fishing seasons as OOW in specific area within NC 1, prior to July 1st, 2007 Or Declaration of 7 fishing seasons as OOW prior to July 1st, 2007 & Declaration of 7 fishing seasons 12 experience as OOW in specific area within NC 1, prior to July 1st, 2007
  13. 13. FISHING VESSELS OF AT LEAST 60 GT BUT OF 100 GT OR LESS, NC1, NC2 OR SW VOYAGES• The master is required to hold at a minimum a:  Fishing Master, Fourth Class certificate of competency.• The officer in charge of the watch is required to hold at a minimum a:  Certificate of service as Watchkeeping Mate of a Fishing Vessel of less than 24 metres in registered length; or  Officer in charge of the watch of a Fishing Vessel of less than 24 metres in registered length. 13
  14. 14. FISHING VESSELS OF MORE THAN 100 GT • The Master is required to hold at a minimum a:  Fishing Master, Third Class certificate of competency. • The officer in charge of the watch is required to hold at least a:  Certificate of service as Watchkeeping Mate of a Fishing Vessel of less than 24 metres in registered length;  Wathckeeping Mate of a Fishing Vessel of less than 24 metres in registered length; or  Fishing Master, Fourth Class certificate.  In accordance with its type of voyage 14
  15. 15. SECTION 212 OF THE MPR The phase in period under section 212 – Masters and Deck Officers of the MPR will not be extended. Vessels are to be in compliance with the MPR by the required dates. Any vessels of more than 100 GT that are not in compliance with section 212 of the MPR are presently subject to the Administrative Monetary Penalties Regulations. 15
  16. 16. CONFORMITY PROGRAM / ASSURANCE OF COMPLIANCEAny vessels greater than 13 m but less than60 GT that are not in compliance with section212 of the MPR are presently subject to theAdministrative Monetary Penalties Regulations.Rather than proceeding with an immediateenforcement action for the above mentionnedvessels, TCMS is willing to give the owner anopportunity to rectify the situation if the owneragrees to enrol into the Conformity Program /Assurance of Compliance. 16
  17. 17. CONFORMITY PROGRAM / ASSURANCE OF COMPLIANCEWith the Assurance of Compliance, the ownerwill be required to rectify the situation at thelatest by July 1, 2014.If by the date indicated in the Assurance ofCompliance, the owner did not rectify thesituation, he/she will have to pay twice theamount of the violations. 17
  18. 18. CONFORMITY PROGRAM / ASSURANCE OF COMPLIANCEA master who operates a vessel when it is notstaffed with a sufficient and competent crew forthe safe operation of the vessel on its intendedvoyage, commits a violation of section 82(2) ofthe CSA, 2001 that carries a minimumadministrative monetary penalty of $1250.00per violation.The owner is responsible for the violationscommited by the master. 18
  19. 19. STCW-F CONVENTION• International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Fishing Vessel Personnel, 1995.• The STCW-F Convention came into force on September 29th, 2012. 19
  20. 20. STCW-F APPLICATIONMasters and officers in charge of a navigational watch on fishing vessels of 24 metres in length and overEngineers and second engineers of fishing vessels of 750 kW propulsion power or more 20
  21. 21. NEW STCW-F CERTIFICATES OF COMPETENCY Fishing Master, Unlimited Waters Fishing Master, Limited Waters Fishing Master limited to F/V of less than 45 m, Limited Waters Officer, Unlimited waters Officer, fishing vessels of less than 45 m, Limited waters 21
  22. 22. DOMESTIC CERTIFICATES OF COMPETENCY OR DOCUMENTS Fishing Master, Fourth Class, limited waters Watchkeeping Mate of a Fishing Vessel of less than 24 metres registered length Certificate of Service as Master of a Fishing Vessel of less than 60 Gross tonnage Certificate of service as watchkeeping mate of a fishing vessel of less than 24 metres registered length Small Vessel Operator Proficiency (SVOP) Pleasure Craft Operator Card 22
  23. 23. SAFE MANNING DOCUMENTS All Fishing Vessels of 15 GT or more shall carry on board a Safe Manning Document, valid for a period of 5 years. If your vessel of 15 GT or more does not carry a Safe Manning Documents, the owner shall apply at TCMS for the document. This document specifies: a) the minimum number of members of the complement required on board to operate the vessel safely, b) the certificates required to be held by the member of complement; and c) the training certificates to be held by the member of the complement. 23
  24. 24. COMPLEMENT OF FISHING VESSELS NOT EXCEEDING 15 GT OR 12 M Fishing vessels not exceeding 15 gross tonnage or 12 m in overall length are not required to have a safe manning document These vessels do however have to comply with the minimum complement requirements specified in Part 2 of the MPR 24
  25. 25. TYPICAL MINIMUM COMPLEMENT OF A FISHING VESSEL OF LESS THAN 500 GT Master The master is The master does Additional Minimum permanently in not permanently persons complement charge of the keep the 216. (2) (b) navigational navigational watch watchFrom 0 up to 1 0 officer 0 115 GT or 12m --------- ------------------ -------------------- ----------- ------------ 1 1 officer 0 2More than 15 1 0 officer 1 2GT or 12m ---------- ------------------ -------------------- ------------ ------------- 1 1 officer 1 3Note: Complement could be increased depending on vessel’s requirements for engineer andother characteristics like firefighting and lifesaving equipment that would require more personsin case of emergency or abandon ship. 25
  26. 26. FISHING VESSEL OF AT LEAST 15 GROSS TONNAGE OR 12 METRES IN LENGTH OVERALL AND OF A REGISTERED LENGTH OF LESS THAN 24 METRESA person without an officer’s certificate may keep the watch in thewheelhouse of these fishing vessels if:• The master is satisfied that the person is capable of keeping the watch and maintaining a proper lookout by sight and hearing;• The person who keeps the watch has received written instructions containing the master’s standing orders for the watch, specifically the circumstances requiring notification of the duly certified individual in charge of the watch, namely the watchkeeping officer on duty or the master; Note: When the master does not personally keep the watch, in particular due to the length of the voyage, at least one duly certified officer must be in charge of the watch when the master is resting. 26
  27. 27. CDN NUMBERWhat is a CDN number:• A CDN number is an identification number given to a seafarer.• This number facilitate access to the seafarer’s records.• CDN numbers are used to track information in TCMS ACES data base and are used in the issuing of certain seafarer documentation.• Form 82-0701- Application for candidate document number (CDN) to be completed.http://tcapps/Corp-Serv-Gen/5/forms-formulaires/search.aspx 27
  28. 28. MARINE EMERGENCY DUTY TRAINING COURSES (SECTION 205 OF THE MPR)On board Familiarisation and Safety training: Every person assigned a function on the vessel must receive the training before they start to perform any duty. 28
  29. 29. MARINE EMERGENCY DUTY (MED) TRAINING COURSES (SECTION 205 OF THE MPR)Before acquiring a total of 6 months of sea service, hold at leastone of the training certificate in Marine Emergency Duty asapplicable for the specific voyages:a) Fishing vessels ≤ 15 GT, less than 2 n.m. , Sheltered Waters = PCOCb) Fishing Vessels ≤ 15 GT, less than 25 n.m. = MED A1, A2 or A3.c) Fishing vessels > 15 GT and ≤ 150 GT, less than 25 n.m. = MED A1, A2 or A3.d) Fishing vessels > 150 GT, less than 25 n.m. = MED A1 or A2.e) Fishing Vessels of any size, more than 25 n.m. = MED A1 or A2. 29
  30. 30. DESIGNATED PERSON TO PROVIDE FIRST AID (SECTION 207 (G) AND 205 (9))Person designated to provide first aid on board afishing vessel engaged on a NC1, NC 2 or shelteredwaters voyage: MPR Part 2: Marine basic first aid (16 hours / valid for 5 years)Or TCMS Policy: Any first aid course recognized by a province or territory (2 days / validity as per province or territory) 30
  31. 31. PREPARED BY:Diane CoutureManager, Nautical certification and PilotagePersonnel Standards and PilotageTransport Canada330 Sparks Street8th Floor, Tower COttawa, OntarioCanada K1A 0N8Tel.: (613) 990-1524Facsimile: (613) 990-1538Courriel / E-mail: diane.couture@tc.gc.caGovernment of Canada 31
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