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5.11.2 Construction surveys should be conducted at a periodicity and scope appropriate to the design and build and may include:


n A review of the capability, organisation and facilities of the manufacturer to confirm that acceptable standards can be achieved for the construction, and fit out of the hull structure, systems and equipment;


n Certification of software, equipment and components; n Survey of the material state during build to confirm compliance with the appraised design; nWitness of tests and trials to demonstrate functionality; n Details of software integrity testing and cyber-security compliance audits.


5.11.3 Through life survey activities should be conducted at a periodicity appropriate to the design, construction, material state and operation of the MASS.


5.12 MASS Disposal


5.12.1 MASS, for the purposes of this Code, will follow the existing legal policies and practices already in place for manned ships when an owner decides to dispose of its MASS vessel.


5.12.2 Disposal will take two forms. These are:


n Disposal by sale to new owner; n Disposal by sale to a ship breaker as a MASS end of life activity, which is known as Recycling.


5.12.3 Disposal by Sale. MASS owners will follow the existing maritime ship sale processes as agreed in maritime law. This may include the use of a ship broker to facilitate the sale to a third party. The selling process usually involves three stages. These are:


n Negotiations and Contracts Stage; n Inspection Stage; n Completion Stage.


5.12.4 A Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) will be drawn up by the shipbroker on behalf of the MASS owner. The MOA is the formal contract of sale of the vessel. MASS owners will, where possible, take advantage of the existing standard forms of MOA contract, one example being the Norwegian Sale Form (NSF).


5.12.5 Disposal by Recycling. MASS owners will follow the current recycling process and procedures as laid out in State, Regional and International law.


5.12.6 MASS ship builders will ensure that each vessel is supplied with an Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM). 5.12.7 MASS owners will ensure that the IHM is maintained during the period that they own the MASS platform. 5.12.8 MASS owners when disposing of a MASS platform for recycling will ensure that the IHM is up to date.


5.12.9 There are a number of guides on the recycling of ships that are applicable for application to the recycling of redundant MASS. The following is one example. http://www.lr.org/en/_images/229-77058_ShipRecycling_040711_tcm155-223320.pdf


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