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China Appendix I

China Ship Reporting System (CHISREP)

The China Ship Reporting System (CHISREP) is operated

by the Shanghai Maritime Safety Administration of the Peo- ple’s Republic of China. The objectives of the system are, as follows: 1. To reduce the time from the notification of the loss of a

ship, even in the absence of a distress signal, to the initiation of search and rescue action. 2. To promote quick assistance by ships proceeding in the

vicinity. 3. To delimit the search and rescue area when the position

of the vessel in distress in unknown or uncertain. 4. To offer emergency medical assistance or advice. The area of coverage of CHISREP is N of latitude 9°00'N

and W of longitude 130°00'E, excluding other countries terri- torial seas and inland water areas. Although CHISREP is mandatory for most Chinese-flagged

vessels, all foreign vessels entering Chinese waters are re- quested to report their position status to CHISREP SHANGAI for vessel safety monitoring. These reports are accepted free of charge by the following coast radio stations: 1. Shanghai Radio (XSG). 2. Guangzhou Radio (XSQ).

The CHISREP Center can also be contacted, as follows: Mail:

190 Siping Road Shanghai Postcode 200086

Telephone: 86-21-65078144 86-21-65073273

Facsimile: 86-21-65089469 Telex:

E-mail:

85-337117 HSASC CN chisrep@shmsa.gov.cn

Types of Reports.—There are seven different CHISREP re-

ports; four are General Reports and three are Special Reports. The required information for each type of report is given in Appendix II (General Reports) and Appendix III (Special Reports). General Reports are, as follows: 1. Sailing Plan (CHISREP SP).—This report should be

sent, as follows: a. When departing a Chinese port—Within 2 hours

before departure from a Chinese port. b. When entering the CHISREP area from overseas—

From 24 hours prior until 2 hours after crossing the CHIS- REP area boundary. The SP should contain enough information to initiate a

plot and give an outline of the vessel’s intended route. If the vessel fails to get underway within 2 hours after the time stated in the SP, a new SP should be sent.

2. Position Report (CHISREP PR).—This report

should be sent at the prescribed time. The first PR is required within 24 hours of the latest SP and every 24 hours after- ward, unless a daily reporting time has been stipulated. The interval between PRs must not exceed 24 hours.

Should a vessel at any time be in a position more than 2

hours sailing time from the position predicted in its last intended route, a new PR or a DR should be sent. This in- formation will be used by the CHISREP Center to update its plot of the vessel. If a DR is sent less than 2 hours before the PR, the next PR

may be sent 24 hours after the DR. If the duration of a voyage is less than 24 hours, the ship is

not required to send a PR; only an SP and an FR are re- quired. The ETA at a Chinese coastal port or the time of departure

from the CHISREP area should be confirmed in the last PR. Any revised ETA may also be amended in any PR.

3. Deviation Report (CHISREP DR).—This report

should be sent, as follows: a. If the ship alters its intended route. b. If the vessel is at any time in a position more than 2

hours sailing time from the position predicted in its last SP or PR.

4. Final Report (CHISREP FR).—This report should

be sent, as follows: a. When the ship arrives at a Chinese coastal port. b. Within 2 hours before to 2 hours after departing the CHISREP area.

Special Reports are, as follows:

1. Dangerous Goods Report (CHISREP DG).—This

report should be sent when an incident takes place involving the loss or potential loss overboard of hazardous packaged cargo.

2. Harmful Substances Report (CHISREP HS).—This

report should be sent when an incident takes place involving the discharge or probable discharge of oil (Annex I of MAR- POL 73/78) or noxious liquid substances in bulk (Annex II of MARPOL 73/78).

3. Marine Pollutants Report (CHISREP MP).—This

report should be sent when an incident takes place involving the loss or potential loss overboard of harmful substances in packaged form as identified by the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code as marine pollutants (Annex III of MARPOL 73/78). Overdue Reports.—When vessels do not send a report

within 3 hours of the prescribed or appointed time, the CHIS- REP Center will take the following actions: 1. Check to see whether the CHISREP Center has re-

ceived the report. 2. Directly contact the ship through the most effective

means of communication. 3. Have the appropriate coast radio station attempt to

contact the vessel (format: ship’s call sign). Ships which are 6 hours overdue will be called in the coast

radio station’s general call list (format: ship’s call sign). When ships are 12 hours overdue, the CHISREP Center will

contact the owner, operator, and/or agent of the vessel or ves- sels that may have had contact with it to determine the status of the overdue vessel.

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