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“Designated Person” identified in the IMO ISM Code as a person ashore who should be designated by the company


who has direct access to the highest level of management. “Emergency Stop” means the ability to reduce propulsion to a safe state in a timely manner. In this context:


n “a safe state”means a level at which it is not likely to cause damage either directly or indirectly. Note that some MASS (e.g. wave propelled) may not have any means of cutting propulsion power to zero; but in a harbour or sheltered waters the wave propulsive power may reasonably be expected to be a safely low level;


n “in a timely manner” means within a time that is short enough to ensure that the risk from uncontrolled propulsive power can be contained before it is likely to cause damage. In open ocean conditions this may be relaxed, whereas in a docking situation the propulsion may need to be cut more quickly, within seconds or less;


n “Full Shut Down” means the ability to turn off all systems as required on the MASS remotely, for example in the case of a fire.


"Length" and "(L)" in relation to a ship means the greater of the following distances:


n 96% of the total length on a waterline at 85% of the least moulded depth measured from the top of the keel, OR the length from the fore-side of the stem to the axis of the rudder stock on that waterline;


nWhere the stem contour is concave above the waterline at 85% of the least moulded depth, both the forward terminal of the total length and the fore-side of the stem respectively shall be taken at the vertical projection to that waterline of the aftermost point of the stem contour (above that waterline). In ships designed with a rake of keel the waterline on which this length is measured shall be parallel to the designed waterline.


Levels of control


A number of systems for categorising the level of control applicable to Unmanned Vessels have been developed, notably by the European Defence Agency’s Safety and Regulations for European Unmanned Maritime Systems (SARUMS) group. Defined categories are shown at Figure 2.1.


Figure 2.1: Levels of Control Operator 5. AUTONOMOUS 4. MONITORED 3. DELEGATED AUTHORITY DIVISOR 2. DIRECTED 1. OPERATED 0. HUMAN ON BOARD 14 Being a Responsible Industry: An Industry Code of Practice Function


HUMAN OPERATOR


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