China (Zhejiang) Pilot Free Trade Zone Anchorage International Navigation
Operating Regulations for the Supervision of Ship Store Supplies (Trial)
Chapter One General Provisions
Article 1 In order to strengthen the supervision and management of the supply of materials for international navigation vessels at anchorages (hereinafter referred to as "anchorage supply"), and to standardize business operations and business procedures, according to the State Council’s Support for the Opening of the Oil and Gas Industry Chain in China (Zhejiang) Free Trade Pilot This Regulation is formulated in accordance with the relevant regulations such as the “Approval for the Development of Certain Measures”, the “Administrative Measures for the Supply of Ships in International Navigation in the China (Zhejiang) Pilot Free Trade Zone” and other relevant regulations in accordance with the actual situation in Zhoushan.
Article 2 This regulation is applicable to the supervision and management of shore-based service stations, ship supply enterprises, supply ships and related business activities that are engaged in anchorage supply during the trial period. The supervision of the supply of bonded marine fuel oil shall be implemented in accordance with the relevant regulations of the China (Zhejiang) Pilot Free Trade Zone on the Management of Bonded Oil for International Navigation Vessels, and the operational procedures for the supervision of marine LNG bunkering shall be formulated separately.
Article 3 The anchorages referred to in these regulations refer to the anchorages within and outside the port within the Zhoushan administrative area that are open to the outside world.
For the materials referred to in this regulation, refer to Article 6 of the "China (Zhejiang) Pilot Free Trade Zone International Sailing Ship Material Supply Management Measures".
The shore-based service station referred to in this regulation refers to a port operating enterprise that provides supporting services such as port terminals, warehousing and logistics for anchorage supply.
The supply ship referred to in this Regulation refers to a ship that provides material bargeing and supply services for international sailing ships at anchorage.
The "one ship with multiple capabilities" referred to in this regulation means that a single supply ship can simultaneously load more than two types (including two types) of materials with different regulatory requirements or provide more than two types of (including two types) ship ports in one operation voyage. service.
The "one ship with multiple supplies" referred to in these regulations refers to a single supply ship supplying materials for multiple international sailing ships within one voyage.
Article 4 The Zhoushan International Maritime Service Base Construction Headquarters (hereinafter referred to as the "Command Headquarters") is responsible for the overall planning and coordination of the supply of anchorages, and can control the total amount of market access based on actual conditions. Zhoushan Port, Shipping and Port Administration, Zhoushan Customs, Shengsi Customs, Zhoushan Maritime Safety Administration, Zhoushan Entry-Exit Border Checkpoint, Majishan Entry-Exit Border Checkpoint and other relevant departments are responsible for the supervision of anchorage supply.
Chapter II Management of Business Qualifications
Article 5 Shore-based service stations, ship supply companies, and supply vessels engaged in anchorage supply shall apply to the relevant administrative department to obtain the qualification for anchorage supply operations.
Article 6 Zhoushan Port, Shipping and Port Administration, Zhoushan Customs, Shengsi Customs, Zhoushan Maritime Safety Administration, Zhoushan Entry-Exit Border Checkpoint and Majishan Entry-Exit Border Checkpoint shall be responsible for the management of anchorage supply and operation qualifications in their jurisdiction. Basic service stations and ship supply companies implement pilot management, and implement "whitelist" management of supply ships.
Article 7 The Headquarters is responsible for uniformly accepting applications for anchorage supply business qualifications, and in principle, accepts applications once every six months.
Article 8 A port operating enterprise that applies to operate shore-based service stations shall meet the following conditions:
(1) Obtain a valid port operation license in accordance with the law, and have a dock suitable for providing berthing, material handling and other services for supply ships;
(2) Equipped with cranes and other supporting equipment and facilities, installed with video surveillance equipment that meets regulatory requirements, and maintain effective work;
(3) For providing food terminal loading and unloading, warehousing and logistics services, the sanitary conditions of the terminal, warehouse, vehicles and other equipment and facilities shall meet the requirements of the customs;
(4) For the provision of drinking water refilling services, the water quality, water supply equipment and supplies, etc. shall meet the requirements of the customs and be approved by the customs as the designated water intake point;
(5) If providing marine dangerous goods (excluding barreled marine lubricating oil) terminal loading and unloading, warehousing and logistics services, they shall also obtain corresponding dangerous goods business qualifications;
(6) Formulate a safety management system and emergency response plan that are compatible with the functions of shore-based service stations, implement real-name management for relevant personnel entering and exiting checkpoints, and embarking on supply ships, and related charges are open, reasonable and transparent;
(7) Equipped with anchorage supply on-site management personnel, and the health of the staff engaged in food and drinking water;
(8) It belongs to an open area, complete supporting facilities, has the station office conditions of port inspection units, implements park-based operation and management, and has priority access for expanding development space and implementing plans.
When applying, the following materials should be submitted:
(1) Information registration form of shore-based service station for ship material supply on anchorage international voyages (Attached Table 1);
(2) A valid port operation permit;
(3) For providing food and drinking water related services, certification documents approved by the customs must also be provided;
(4) If providing services related to marine dangerous goods (excluding barreled marine lubricating oil), it is also necessary to provide dangerous goods business qualification certification documents;
(5) Safety management system, emergency response plan and charging standards;
(6) Related equipment and facilities, on-site management personnel information and practitioners’ health certificates;
(7) Those striving for priority access must also submit shore-based service station project planning or business plans.
Article 9 Ship supply enterprises applying for supplying anchorages shall meet the following conditions:
(1) Obtain the relevant business qualifications for carrying out the supply business of ship materials for international voyages in the Zhoushan administrative area in accordance with the law, and file it with the local port administrative department, customs, and border inspection authorities;
(2) In principle, an enterprise must operate independent accounting, and its local tax contribution should match its business scale;
(3) In principle, enterprises must set up or rent warehouses that meet customs requirements in the Zhoushan administrative area, and supply frozen products and other foods that need to be frozen (stored) to store food, and must also be equipped with frozen (storage) warehouses and transportation vehicles that meet customs requirements ; If you rent a shore-based service station that meets the requirements of customs storage facilities, you can share and use the shore-based service station's compliant transportation tools;
(4) The operation and management of the enterprise are standardized, the relevant management system is sound, and no safety production liability accident has occurred in the past year;
(5) The enterprise purchases personal accident insurance for the field staff at the anchorage of the unit, and the insurance amount is not less than 600,000 yuan per person;
(6) Enterprises that have joined ISSA and other international organizations, are included in the park management of shore-based service stations, and meet the above conditions have priority access.
When applying, the following materials should be submitted:
(1) The information registration form of the ship's material supply company for anchorage international voyages (Attached Table 2);
(2) The business qualification certification documents corresponding to the anchorage supply service content applied for;
(3) Safety management system and emergency response plan suitable for carrying out anchorage supply business;
(4) The list of field personnel supplied by the unit’s anchorage and the personal accident insurance policies purchased;
(5) Those who apply for priority access must also provide relevant certification materials.
Article 10 For supply vessels that apply to operate anchorage supply, the application shall be filed by the ship supply enterprise or the port operation enterprise of the port lightening and shall meet the following conditions:
(1) If the application is filed through a ship supplier, the ship must be a ship owned or chartered by the ship supplier, or a time chartered ship that has obtained a valid "Ship Business Transportation Certificate" according to law (the charter period of the ship is not less than 1 year); The ship shall report to the local port administration department;
(2) Where an application is filed through an intra-port lightening port operating enterprise, the ship must be a ship owned or bare-leased by the intra-port lightening port operating enterprise, and it must be reported to the local port administrative department;
(3) Ships applying for operation of anchorage supply in the port, and their technical requirements shall meet the following requirements:
1. Complete ship related certificates;
2. The seaworthy area of the ship should match the navigation area where the anchorage is located;
3. The home port is Zhoushan, or an out-of-city ship that is included in the mutual recognition of supervision results;
4. Appropriate anti-collision measures such as fenders and cushions should be provided on both sides of the ship;
5. The ship is equipped with ship's automatic identification device and video surveillance equipment that meets the regulatory requirements, and keeps working effectively;
6. The ship is not listed as a key tracking ship or "blacklisted" ship by the maritime department;
7. The ship is designed and built in accordance with the technical standards of professional supply ships, or is a multi-functional maritime service ship, and meets the above requirements for priority access.
(4) In addition to meeting the requirements of paragraph (3), the ships applying to operate the supply of anchorages outside the port must also meet the following requirements:
1. The seaworthy area of the ship is at least the coastal area;
2. The length of the ship is not less than 20 meters;
3. In principle, the stability of the ship should be calculated and checked according to the offshore navigation area, and the significant wave height should not be greater than 2.5 meters; for the calculation and check according to the coastal navigation area, the K value should be no less than 1.5.
(5) Where a ship applies for "one ship with multiple capabilities" in accordance with the contents of the ship inspection certificate, it shall meet the following requirements:
1. The type of ship, suitable materials, loading conditions, etc. should be consistent with the record in the ship inspection certificate and relevant approval drawings;
2. Ships applying for the supply of food or drinking water must also meet the relevant requirements of customs sanitation and quarantine.
(6) Ships who apply for the expansion of service functions beyond those recorded in the ship inspection certificate must be approved by the relevant anchorage supply business qualification management department for “one ship, one discussion”. If certain conditions are met, they are allowed to expand service functions during the trial period and carry out the “one The ship can do more business. among them:
1. If the water supply vessel has been properly modified to meet the conditions of ship loading stability, customs sanitation and quarantine, etc., it is allowed to supply other materials other than marine dangerous goods (including barreled marine lubricants) during the trial period;
2. General dry cargo ships (including barreled marine lubricant supply ships) that meet the customs sanitation and quarantine conditions are allowed to supply food during the trial period;
3. Other dangerous goods suitable for ships that meet the customs sanitation and quarantine and ship safety conditions are allowed to carry regular materials such as food and daily necessities during the trial period;
4. Transportation vessels that have material loading conditions and meet customs sanitary and quarantine requirements are allowed to carry regular materials such as food and daily necessities during the trial period;
5. Ships that have undergone proper cabin modification to meet the safety conditions of the ship and personnel, with the approval of the port administrative department, can carry out the transportation and piggyback service of people at anchorages outside the port according to the number of people approved by the ship inspection department during the trial period; if the number of passengers exceeds 12, Ships should be inspected and managed in accordance with passenger ships.
(7) For ships applying for the supply of drinking water and food, the crew and crew members of the ship shall be in good health.
When applying, the following materials should be submitted:
(1) The information registration form of the ship's material supply ship for international voyages at anchorage (Attached Table 3);
(2) Valid ship ownership registration certificate, ship nationality certificate, ship survey certificate and relevant drawings and documents, as well as ship operation certificate and ship safety management certificate that should be obtained in accordance with relevant regulations;
(3) Those who apply for the pilot "one ship with multiple abilities" must also submit the ship's "one ship with multiple abilities" plan, including the ship's loading arrangement, types, specifications and quantities of suitable materials;
(4) Those who apply for the supply of drinking water and food must also submit valid health certificates for the crew and crew members.
Article 11 After receiving the application unit’s anchorage supply business qualification application, the headquarters shall make an opinion on whether or not to accept it within 3 working days and inform the applicant unit in time. If the acceptance is approved, the headquarters shall submit it to the anchorage supply management qualification management department for review.
Article 12 The qualification review of anchorage supply and operation shall be undertaken by the Zhoushan Port, Shipping and Port Administration, Zhoushan Maritime Safety Administration, local customs and border inspection authorities, and implement "joint review and parallel processing".
In principle, the audit work must be completed within 7 working days from the date of transfer by the headquarters, and the audit unit can arrange on-site inspections as needed. In case of special circumstances, the extension period shall not exceed 5 working days.
During the review period, the review unit may require the applicant to provide other necessary materials as needed. If the relevant materials can be shared among the review units, the applicant shall not be required to provide it repeatedly.
Article 13 For shore-based service stations and ship supply companies that meet the conditions and are permitted to be included in the pilot management, and the supply ships permitted to be included in the "white list" management, the headquarters shall uniformly announce to the public.
Article 14 Where there are changes in the main licensing records of pilot shore-based service stations, ship supply enterprises and "whitelist" ships, they shall apply to the headquarters for the qualification of anchorage supply business within 15 working days after completing the relevant pre-change procedures Change procedures. If the access conditions are not met after the change, the anchorage supply operation qualification shall be revoked accordingly; if the operation has been terminated, the anchorage supply operation qualification shall be cancelled directly.
Chapter III Code of Business Conduct
Section 1 Requirements Before Operation
Article 15 Before the pilot shore-based service stations and "whitelist" ships are put into operation, their video surveillance must be connected to the supervision department and maintain effective work.
Article 16 Pilot shore-based service stations or ship supply companies that provide drinking water refilling or food-related services shall undergo customs sanitation inspections before they are put into operation. The sanitary conditions of relevant places, equipment and facilities shall meet customs requirements, and relevant personnel shall be in effective health. Pass the post.
“Whitelisted” ships that provide drinking water or food supply services shall undergo customs sanitation inspections before they are put into operation. The sanitary conditions of the ships shall meet the customs requirements, and relevant personnel shall hold valid health certificates to work.
Article 17 Before the pilot shore-based service station is put into operation, it shall accept the safety and pollution prevention inspection by the local port administrative department and the maritime department, and the dock and supporting facilities shall meet the requirements of port safety and pollution prevention operations.
Before the "whitelist" ships are put into operation, they shall undergo inspections of ship safety and pollution prevention by the maritime department, and comply with relevant requirements of ship safety and pollution prevention regulations.
Section 2 Ship Management Requirements
Article 18 Pilot ship supply companies can choose any "whitelist" ship suitable for the service content to carry out anchorage supply business.
Article 19 In case of special circumstances such as emergency assistance, and the “whitelisted” ship is indeed unable to meet the demand, the pilot ship supplier shall apply to the headquarters in a timely manner, and with the consent of the relevant anchorage supply and operation qualification management department, allow it to use other suitable Loading ships to start business.
Article 20 "Whitelist" ships carrying out anchorage supply business must in principle berth at the docks of the pilot shore-based service stations to load and unload materials. Except for the following special circumstances, no other docks may be used.
(1) Water supply vessels can fill drinking water at the water intake points approved by the customs in the Zhoushan administrative area, and encourage the gathering of shore-based service stations;
(2) Pilot "one ship with multiple abilities" suitable for dangerous cargo ships (excluding barreled ship lubricating oil supply ships) to carry out material piggybacking business, can use the docks identified in the approved pilot "one ship with multiple abilities" plan;
(3) In addition to carrying out material piggybacking services, the pilot "one ship with multiple capabilities" transport ships can disembark international crews and other passengers at other terminals approved by the border inspection authority to encourage gathering at shore-based service stations;
(4) In case of special circumstances such as the dock of the pilot shore-based service station that cannot meet the requirements of the ship's berthing or loading and unloading operations, other suitable and suitable docks are allowed to be used with the consent of the anchorage supply management qualification management department.
Article 21 "Whitelist" ships shall carry out the "one ship with multiple capabilities" business within the scope of business registration. among them:
Pilot "one ship with multiple capabilities" transportation ships and ships suitable for loading dangerous goods (excluding barreled marine lubricating oil supply ships), and they are limited to carrying materials while carrying out the main business of transporting personnel or supplying dangerous goods for ships. Except those who have obtained corresponding qualifications;
The pilot "one ship, multiple capabilities" to carry out the transportation service of people at anchorages outside the port is limited to the transportation of people while carrying out the main business of material supply, and cannot concurrently operate the transportation of people at anchorages in the port, unless the ship has obtained corresponding qualifications in accordance with the law .
Article 22 "Whitelist" ships shall carry out the "one ship, multiple supplies" business within the business scope of the "one ship, multiple capabilities" registered, and encourage enterprises to integrate resources to carry out "centralized distribution".
Section 3 Business Declaration Requirements
Article 23 Prior to launching the anchorage supply business, the pilot ship supply enterprise shall make a business declaration to the customs, and implement paperless customs clearance of materials supplied and returned from the anchorage. After customs approval, the enterprise shall promptly report to the entry-exit border inspection agency.
Article 24 If the pilot ship supply enterprise obtains the qualification for open declaration of water supply, the anchorage water supply business shall be carried out in accordance with the customs "open declaration and verification supervision" model.
Article 25. Pilot ship supply companies that have obtained the qualification of "batch entry and exit, centralized declaration" of bonded goods for delivery, distribution and reporting are allowed to be used in bonded warehouses (including warehouses in the comprehensive bonded area) exclusively for materials for international sailing ships Trial implementation of first supply and then report, centralized declaration and unified verification and cancellation within the specified time.
Article 26 Before launching the supply business of marine dangerous goods (including barreled marine lubricating oil), the ship operator shall go through the procedures for the declaration of the dangerous goods carried by the ship with the local maritime department.
Before carrying out the loading and unloading operations of the marine dangerous goods terminal, the terminal operator shall report the operation to the local port administrative department.
Article 27 In case of the fourth special circumstances of Article 20, the pilot ship supply enterprise shall submit a written application to the headquarters in advance, and obtain the approval of the relevant anchorage supply operation qualification management department, and shall not use other terminals without permission.
Article 28 To carry out the anchorage supply business, the supply vessel shall report to the maritime department in accordance with the requirements of the vessel’s entry and exit reporting requirements.
Article 29 Before launching the anchorage supply business, the supply ship and the personnel on and off the international voyage ship shall apply for the ship's landing permit and boarding permit to the local immigration and border inspection agency in accordance with the regulations, and must not dock or board the ship without a license.
Section 4 Supply Operation Requirements
Article 30 Anchorage supply operations can be carried out in the open anchorage anchorages, oil supply anchorages, integrated maritime service (aviation repair) anchorages, etc. within the Zhoushan administrative area. Priority is given to guaranteeing the supply of integrated maritime service anchorages, allowing Carry out integrated maritime service business including bonded marine fuel oil refueling at the same fueling anchor.
Article 31 In principle, the public weather forecast for the anchorage outside the port and the coastal wind force exceeds the level 7 and the public weather forecast for the anchorage inside the port exceeds the level 8. The anchorage supply operation is prohibited.
Article 32 Vessels shall abide by the relevant regulations of the maritime department when they start (stop) sailing operations. Among them, the opening (stopping) operation of traffic ships with more than 12 passengers should be strictly in accordance with the wind resistance rating and other standards approved by the ship inspection certificate.
Article 33 If the visibility at sea is less than or equal to 1,000 meters, ships are prohibited from sailing. If the visibility at sea is less than or equal to 500 meters, the vessel shall stop anchorage supply operations.
Article 34 When other weather conditions such as winter monsoons, thunderstorms, typhoon warnings, etc. exceed the ship's safe operation standards, the ship shall stop anchorage supply operations in accordance with the relevant regulations of the maritime department and take effective measures to ensure safety.
Article 35 The supply of marine dangerous goods (including barreled marine lubricating oil) shall be implemented in accordance with the requirements and regulations of relevant operational meteorological conditions for the refilling of bonded marine fuel oil.
Article 36 Vessels shall load materials in accordance with the cargo-carrying conditions approved by the shipping inspection department or the pilot "one vessel with multiple capabilities" program approved, and overload transportation is strictly prohibited. Transportation ships and ships with passenger-carrying functions shall not carry more than the passenger-carrying quota approved by the ship inspection department; other ships shall not carry passengers in principle. If it is indeed necessary for field personnel to escort the ship, the number of persons on board shall not exceed two.
Article 37 The materials loaded on ships shall be packaged and stored in standardized forms such as plastic pallets, refrigerated containers, insulated barrels, canvas tonnage bags, etc. The food must be stored separately from other materials, and frozen (hidden) food must use insulation approved by the customs. Facility storage; in principle, materials must be hoisted on and off ships on international voyages.
If there is an independent compartment or loading area in the cabin, it is allowed to store standard cardboard boxes, incubators and other packaging materials. The packaging specifications and weight should be moderate and easy to carry. The materials should be packaged in a centralized and standardized manner before lifting operations.
Article 38 When carrying out integrated maritime service business at the same anchorage, if the supply of materials and other maritime service businesses are carried out at the same time, the simultaneous docking operation of ships on both sides of international sailing ships is allowed.
Article 39 Field personnel must wear safety helmets, life jackets and other protective equipment when boarding and disembarking international voyage ships. Enterprises are encouraged to conduct business handovers with international voyage ships through electronic signing, simplify the material inventory process, and provide after-sales service guarantee.
Chapter IV Supervision During and After the Event
Article 40 All supervisory departments shall maintain the order of the anchorage supply market, severely crack down on various illegal activities such as those who have not obtained the anchorage supply and operation qualifications to conduct business, and those who constitute a crime shall be investigated for criminal responsibility according to law, and the legitimate rights and interests of compliant enterprises shall be protected.
Article 41: Each regulatory department shall establish a hierarchical management mechanism, implement integrity management on pilot shore-based service stations, ship supply companies and "whitelist" ships, strengthen joint punishments for untrustworthy conduct, and establish a credit disclosure system for enterprises and ships.
Article 42 All supervisory departments shall strengthen the supervision of the anchorage supply operation site in accordance with their duties, intensify the innovation of supervisory models, improve the level of convenient supervision, and gradually implement "senseless supervision".
(1) Establish an anchorage supply supervision service platform, strengthen electronic inspections of anchorage supply operations, and promote the integration of anchorage supply supervision;
(2) Facilitate the on-site inspection of anchorage supply by the customs, implement supervision "forward and backward", centralize the on-site inspection links to shore-based service stations, and provide direct supply from ship suppliers or supplier warehouses approved by the customs in shore-based service stations. The ship’s materials have been tried out "Integrity Exemption";
(3) Facilitate the on-site inspection of the anchorage supply border inspection, adopt the "check supply ship" model, and try the "good faith exemption from inspection" for "whitelist" ships with good credit;
(4) Explore the supply of cross-port and cross-customs areas, and promote the integration of the supply of international sailing ships in the Yangtze River Delta.
Article 43: All supervisory departments shall strengthen the supervision and management of production safety in anchorage supply, supervise relevant enterprises to implement the main responsibilities of production safety, strengthen safety inspections and hidden danger investigation and management, guide enterprises to implement timely rectification and implementation, and resolutely punish violations of relevant regulations on production safety. Ensure the safety of anchorage supply and stable production order.
Article 44: Pilot shore-based service stations, ship supply companies, and “whitelisted” ships shall strictly implement the main responsibilities for production safety, improve the production safety management system, strengthen production safety education and training, and check and control hidden dangers to ensure the safety of anchorage supply produce.
(1) Ship supply enterprises shall earnestly fulfill the main responsibility of the first person responsible for the safety and production of anchorage supply, focus on strengthening the safety education and training of field personnel, comply with the safety management regulations of shore-based service stations, and ensure the safety of ships, materials, and field personnel. Overall responsibility for supply safety production;
(2) The operator of shore-based service station shall earnestly perform the main responsibility for safe production of port operations, focusing on strengthening the safety management of bayonet, dock loading and unloading, ship berthing and unberthing, and ensuring the safety of transportation vehicles, materials and personnel entering and leaving the port area. Responsible for the safety of related operations of anchorage supply in the zone
(3) The ship operator shall earnestly perform the main responsibility for the safe production of the ship, ensure that the ship is in a fit and seaworthy state, and be responsible for the safety of the ship’s operation; the captain shall comply with the relevant regulations of the maritime department on ship opening (stopping) and berthing and leaving the ship. Responsible for the safety of berthing, navigation and operation.
Article 45 All supervisory departments shall speed up the construction of an emergency guarantee system for anchorage supply, improve emergency response capabilities such as emergency replenishment, rescue and rescue, and ship avoidance, and effectively curb the occurrence of various maritime dangers and accidents.
Pilot shore-based service stations, ship supply companies and "whitelist" ships should establish and improve the emergency management system of anchorage supply companies, formulate and improve emergency plans, strengthen emergency plan drills, and improve emergency response capabilities.
Article 46: All regulatory authorities shall strengthen the supervision of pilot shore-based service stations, ship supply enterprises and "whitelist" ship operations. If the following actions occur, they shall be punished in accordance with relevant laws, regulations, and rules.
(1) Operating beyond the scope of filing or filing registration;
(2) Using non-shore-based service station terminals or non-"whitelist" ships to conduct business without permission;
(3) Supplying materials that have not been approved by the customs to ships on international voyages;
(4) The vessel is sailing in an unseaworthy state, overloaded or overloaded, or the vessel's automatic identification device is turned off during operation, which violates maritime traffic safety laws and regulations;
(5) Ships supplying international voyage ships, food and other materials after filling drinking water at non-customs-approved water intake points, failing to conduct necessary isolation in accordance with customs requirements, etc. violate drinking water or food safety laws and regulations;
(6) Persons disembarking and disembarking international voyage ships failing to apply for boarding permits, ships docking on international voyage ships failing to apply for ship docking permits, etc. in violation of immigration border inspection laws and regulations;
(7) Other acts prohibited by laws, regulations and rules.
Article 47: Where pilot shore-based service stations, ship supply companies, and “whitelist” ships commit violations of the laws and regulations listed in Article 46, the relevant regulatory authorities shall order rectification, and those that constitute administrative penalties shall be punished in accordance with laws and regulations. , If the crime is constituted, the criminal responsibility shall be investigated according to law.
Article 48: Where pilot shore-based service stations, ship supply companies, and “whitelisted” ships are ordered to rectify due to violations of relevant regulations, the immediate rectification of the items ordered shall be corrected immediately, and the matters that are ordered to rectify within a time limit shall Make timely rectification during the rectification period; if the conditions for safe production are not met during the rectification period, the anchorage supply business shall not be carried out.
Article 49 If one of the following situations occurs in pilot shore-based service stations, ship supply enterprises or "whitelist" ships, their anchorage supply business qualifications shall be suspended accordingly. After the expiration of the suspension qualification period, the anchorage supply management qualification shall be resumed according to the rectification situation.
(1) If rectification is ordered by the supervisory authority, if the rectification is not made within the time limit, the period of suspension of business qualification shall not be less than 1 month;
(2) If a total of two or more rectifications have been ordered for the same type of violations within one year, the period of suspension of business qualifications shall not be less than one month;
(3) In the event of a general safety production responsibility accident, the period of suspension of business qualification shall not be less than 3 months;
(4) If there is a major change in the filing or registration matters, and the corresponding change procedures are not handled within the prescribed time limit as required, and there is no justified reason, the period of suspension of business qualification shall not be less than 3 months;
(5) Where laws, regulations, and rules have clear provisions, they shall be implemented in accordance with relevant provisions.
Article 50 If one of the following situations occurs in pilot shore-based service stations, ship supply enterprises or "whitelisted" ships, their anchorage supply business qualifications shall be revoked accordingly.
(1) A major or above safety production liability accident occurs;
(2) Those listed as key tracking ships or "blacklisted" ships by the maritime department;
(3) Operating beyond the scope of filing or filing registration, and the circumstances are serious;
(4) Those who have been jointly punished for serious dishonesty;
(5) The suspension of anchorage supply and operation qualifications has been completed twice within one year;
(6) Failure to carry out anchorage supply business within 1 year;
(7) Other circumstances under which the qualification of anchorage supply and operation can be revoked in accordance with laws and regulations.
Article 51 According to the provisions of Article 50, an enterprise or ship whose qualification for anchorage supply operation is revoked shall not reapply for the qualification for anchorage supply operation within 3 years from the date of cancellation.
Chapter 5 Supplementary Provisions
Article 52: Each supervisory department shall formulate its own specific business supervision operation rules or operation guidelines.
Article 53 During special periods such as epidemic prevention and control, if the relevant regulations issued by the Zhoushan Municipal People's Government conflict with the provisions of these regulations or additional requirements, refer to the relevant government regulations.
Article 54 These regulations are interpreted by the Zhoushan International Maritime Service Base Construction Headquarters and the Zhoushan Port, Shipping and Port Administration Bureau.
Article 55 This regulation shall be implemented on a trial basis from the date of issuance and the trial period is 3 years.