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海事の国際的動向に関する調査研究事業報告書(海上安全) 別冊 AISの国際的動向に関する調査研究

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 団体名 日本海難防止協会 注目度注目度5


資料4
DRAFT
NAVIGATION INFORMATION AND SURVEILLANCE SERVICE
DOVER STRAIT
JOINT OPERATING MANUAL
Index
 
 
Paragraph
Section 1
Organisation and General
 
 
 
Introduction
 
1.1
 
Aim
 
1.2
 
The Service Area
 
1.3
 
Concept of Operations
 
1.4
 
Execution
 
1.5
 
Co-ordination with MANCHEPLAN
 
1.6
 
Anglo-French Co-operation
 
1.7
Section 2
Application of the Collision Regulations
 
 
 
Policy
 
2.1
 
Contraventions of the Collision Regulations
 
2.2
 
Procedure within a Traffic Lane
 
2.3
 
Through Rogues
 
2.4
 
Crossing Rogues
 
2.5
 
Other Cases
 
2.6
 
Fishing Vessels
 
2.7
 
Sailing Vessels and Small Craft
 
2.8
 
Vessels Anchoring
 
2.9
 
Inshore Traffic Zones
 
2.10
 
Sandettie Deep Water Route
 
2.11
Section 3
Collection of Information
 
 
 
Classifications
 
3.1
 
Exchange of Information
 
3.2
 
Traffic Information:
 
 
 
   Radar Tracking
 
3.3
 
   Allocation of Track Letters
 
3.4
 
   Other Traffic Information
 
3.5
 
   Vessels unable to conform with the Regulations
 
3.6
 
General Information:
 
 
 
   Visibility Reports
 
3.7
 
   Urgent Navigational Warnings
 
3.8
Section 4
Broadcasts
 
 
 
General Arrangements
 
4.1
 
Routine Broadcasts
 
4.2
 
Supplementary Reports
 
4.3
Section 5
Navigational Information on Request
 
 
 
Policy
 
5.1
 
Radar Information
 
5.2
 
VHF D/F
 
5.3
Section 6
Identifications
 
 
 
Method
 
6.1
 
Policy Considerations
 
6.2
 
Identified Rogues
 
6.3
 
Identification Reports
 
6.4
Section 7
Follow-up Action
 
 
 
Responsibility
 
7.1
 
Action by National Authorities
 
7.2
 
Reports of Contraventions other than Rule 10
 
7.3
Section 8
Ship Movement Reporting System
 
 
Section 9
Records
 
 
Appendix A  
Broadcast Format
 
 
SECTION 1
ORGANISATION AND GENERAL
1.1   INTRODUCTION
1.1.1 A Navigation Information and Surveillance Service is operated in the Dover Strait under directives issued by the International Maritime Organisation.
1.1.2 This Service is jointly operated by HM Coastguard through the Channel Navigation Information Service (CNIS), MRCC Dover and by the Affaires Maritime through the "Service d'Information et de Surveillance de la Navigation" (SINM) du Centre Regional de Surveillance et de Sauvetage pour la Manche de Gris-Nez (CROSS Gris-Nez).
1.1.3 This Manual covers the joint aspects of the Navigation Information and Surveillance Service in order to ensure common aims and practice and mutual support between the UK and French organisations.
1.1.4 Nothing in this Manual supersedes other National or International instructions.
 
1.2   AIMS
1.2.1 The aims of the Service are:
a. To contribute to the safety of navigation through and across the Service area.
b. To conduct Search and Rescue (SAR) operations for ships and persons in distress.
c. To forestall pollution of the Environment and to contribute to the conduct of counter-pollution operations.
d. To monitor compliance with Regulations for preventing collisions at Sea (COLREGS).
 
1.3   THE SERVICE AREA
1.3.1 The Service Area includes the Traffic Separation Scheme in the Strait of Dover and adjacent waters. It corresponds to the Dover Strait/Pas de Calais area of the MANCHEPLAN Region and extends between:
a. A line following the Greenwich Meridian north to the English Coast and south to Cap d'Antifer from point 10 on the MANCHEPLAN Demarcation Line (latitude 50°12' north on the Greenwich Meridian).
b. A line from the Franco/Belgian border in position 51°03' North - 02°33' East in a direction 340°to latitude 51°30' North thence westward to longitude 01°24' East and then South to North Foreland.
 
1.4   CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS
1.4.1 Descriptions of the Channel Navigation Information Service are given in Notices to Mariners, Sailing Directions, and in other nautical publications.
a. The Service is established to improve safety by providing and receiving information and by maintaining surveillance of the Dover Strait Traffic Separation Scheme with a view to deterring contraventions, assisting in the enforcement of the law, and avoiding accidents.
b. The CNIS constitutes a Vessel Traffic Service as defined by IALA providing an Information Service as defined by IMO Resolution A.857(20) paragraph 1.1.9.1
1.4.2 The functions of the Information Service are therefore:
a. To collect traffic and general information which is relevant to the safe and timely passage of vessels in the Service Area (see Section 3).
b. To distribute traffic and general information to vessels. Broadcasting is the principal method of information distribution but direct communication with individual vessels may be used. (see Section 4).
c. To receive Mandatory traffic reports from vessels passing through the Service area.
d. To provide such factual information as may be available to help vessels which ask for navigational information. (see Section 5)
e. On request, to track vessels and, when necessary, to notify other vessels of their presence by taking broadcast action. (see Section 3)
f. To identify vessels which proceed or appear to proceed contrary to the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, 1972 as amended. (see Section 6)
g. To record and, after preliminary analysis, to transmit relevant and available information concerning contraventions to appropriate authorities for consideration of what warning or enforcement action should be taken, (see Section 7)
h. To assist in the compilation of statistics relating to traffic through the Service Area. (see Section 9)
 
1.5   EXECUTION
1.5.1 CNIS and SINM are each co-located and integrated with their parent Marine Rescue Co-ordination Centres at Langdon Battery and Cap Gris-Nez respectively.
1.5.2 The functions of the Service are discharged through a combination of:
a. Radar surveillance of traffic and navigational marks in the Service Area with a particular view to the detection of Rule 10 contraventions.
b. Radio communication and direction finding (D/F) watch over the service area.
c. The maintenance of direct and discrete communication links between the two Operations Centres for the exchange, up-dating and co-ordination of information.
d. The provision of systems for identifying vessels which appear to be in contravention of the Collision Regulations.
 
1.6   CO-ORDINATION WITH MANCHEPLAN
1.6.1 The Information and Surveillance Service acts in support of national and joint emergency plans. Its personnel and equipment are declared to MANCHEPLAN.
1.6.2 In the event of conflicting priorities between the uninterrupted maintenance of the Information and Surveillance Service and a search and rescue requirement, life-saving is to take priority.
 
1.7   ANGLO FRENCH CO-OPERATION
1.7.1 CNIS and SINM are mutually supporting.
1.7.2 It is important that information is exchanged about the breakdown or non-availability of any part of the respective radar and communication systems, or of the identification organisations, which significantly affect performance.







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