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Polar Ship Certificate Guidance | Polar Code Guidance
Author: Maritime New Zealand
Pages count: 28
Description: Guidance on how to comply with safety and pollution prevention requirements in polar waters.
This guideline covers the tasks a ship owner would need to complete to gain a polar ship certificate and to satisfy the polar pollution prevention requirements.
The purpose of the Polar Code is safe ship operation and environmental protection in polar waters. Polar waters include both the Arctic and Antarctic areas. The Polar Code acknowledges that polar waters place additional demands on ships. The safety measures in Part I of the Code require ships to be thoroughly prepared for polar conditions. The Polar Code requires owners of relevant ships to hold a Polar Ship Certificate as evidence of compliance with the additional safety measures in Part I. Part II of the Polar Code is concerned with additional measures to prevent pollution in polar waters.