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MEPC 68/21/Add.1Annex 10, page 3ANNEXINTERNATIONAL CODE FOR SHIPS OPERATING IN POLAR WATERS (POLAR CODE)ContentsPREAMBLE . 5INTRODUCTION . 51Goal.52Definitions.53Sources of hazards .64Structure of the Code.75Figures illustrating the Antarctic area and Arctic waters .8PART I-A . 10SAFETY MEASURES . 10CHAPTER 1 – GENERAL. 101.1 Structure of this part .101.2 Definitions.101.3 Certificate and survey .111.4 Performance standards .121.5 Operational assessment .12CHAPTER 2 – POLAR WATER OPERATIONAL MANUAL (PWOM) . 122.1 Goal.122.2 Functional requirements .122.3 Regulations.13CHAPTER 3 – SHIP STRUCTURE . 143.1 Goal.143.2 Functional requirements .143.3 Regulations.14CHAPTER 4 –SUBDIVISION AND STABILITY . 154.1 Goal.154.2 Functional requirements .154.3 Regulations.15CHAPTER 5 – WATERTIGHT AND WEATHERTIGHT INTEGRITY . 165.1 Goal.165.2 Functional requirements .165.3 Regulations.16CHAPTER 6 – MACHINERY INSTALLATIONS . 176.1 Goal.176.2 Functional requirements .176.3 Regulations.17CHAPTER 7 – FIRE SAFETY/PROTECTION . 197.1 Goal.197.2 Functional requirements .197.3 Regulations.19CHAPTER 8 – LIFE-SAVING APPLIANCES AND ARRANGEMENTS . 208.1 Goal.208.2 Functional requirements .208.3 Regulations.21CHAPTER 9 – SAFETY OF NAVIGATION . 239.1 Goal.239.2 Functional requirements .239.3 Regulations.23CHAPTER 10 – COMMUNICATION . 2410.1 Goal.2410.2 Functional requirements .2510.3 Regulations.25https://edocs.imo.org/Final Documents/English/MEPC 68-21-ADD.1 (E).doc

MEPC 68/21/Add.1Annex 10, page 4CHAPTER 11 – VOYAGE PLANNING . 2611.1 Goal.2611.2 Functional requirement .2611.3 Requirements .26CHAPTER 12 –MANNING AND TRAINING . 2712.1 Goal.2712.2 Functional requirements .2712.3 Regulations.27PART I-B . 29ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE REGARDING THE PROVISIONS OF THE INTRODUCTIONAND PART I-A . 291ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE TO SECTION 2 (DEFINITIONS) OF THE INTRODUCTION.292ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE TO CHAPTER 1 (GENERAL) .303ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE TO CHAPTER 2 (POLAR W ATER OPERATIONAL M ANUAL (PWOM)) .313.1 Recommendation on the content of the Polar Water Operational Manual . 313.2 Guidance on navigation with icebreaker assistance . 313.3 Guidance on the development of contingency plans . 324ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE TO CHAPTER 3 (SHIP STRUCTURE) .325ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE TO CHAPTER 4 (SUBDIVISION AND STABILITY) .336ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE TO CHAPTER 5 (WATERTIGHT AND WEATHERTIGHT INTEGRITY) .337ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE TO CHAPTER 6 (M ACHINERY INSTALLATIONS) .348ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE TO CHAPTER 7 (FIRE SAFETY/PROTECTION) .349ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE TO CHAPTER 8 (LIFE-SAVING APPLIANCES AND ARRANGEMENTS) .349.1 Sample personal survival equipment . 349.2 Sample group survival equipment . 3410ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE TO CHAPTER 9 (SAFETY OF NAVIGATION) .3511ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE TO CHAPTER 10 (COMMUNICATION) .3612ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE TO CHAPTER 11 (VOYAGE PLANNING) .3713ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE TO CHAPTER 12 (M ANNING AND TRAINING) . 38PART II-A . 38POLLUTION PREVENTION MEASURES . 38CHAPTER 1 . 38PREVENTION OF POLLUTION BY OIL . 381.1 Operational requirements .381.2 Structural requirements .38CHAPTER 2 . 39CONTROL OF POLLUTION BY NOXIOUS LIQUID SUBSTANCES IN BULK . 392.1 Operational requirements .39CHAPTER 3 . 39PREVENTION OF POLLUTION BY HARMFUL SUBSTANCES CARRIED BY SEA IN PACKAGEDFORM . 39CHAPTER 4 . 39PREVENTION OF POLLUTION BY SEWAGE FROM SHIPS . 394.1 Definitions.394.2 Operational requirements .39CHAPTER 5 . 40PREVENTION OF POLLUTION BY GARBAGE FROM SHIPS . 405.1 Definitions.405.2 Operational requirements .40PART II-B . 42ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE TO PART II-A . 421Additional guidance to chapter 1 .422Additional guidance to chapter 2 .423Additional guidance to chapter 5 .424Additional guidance under other environmental Conventions and guidelines .42https://edocs.imo.org/Final Documents/English/MEPC 68-21-ADD.1 (E).doc

MEPC 68/21/Add.1Annex 10, page 5PREAMBLE1The International Code for