IMO Symbols - WordPress

1y ago
107 Views
15 Downloads
5.71 MB
248 Pages
Last View : 4d ago
Last Download : 6m ago
Upload by : Brenna Zink
Transcription

IMO SymbolsContentsInternational Maritime Dangerous Goods Code Labels, Marks and SignsSymbols for Fire Control PlansSymbols Related to Life-Saving Appliances and ArrangementsSymbols from the Code on Alarms and Indicators, 1995How to find the SymbolsFiles containing the Symbols in digital formTips on the use of the Symbols in digital form and note on colours of the digital imagesAddress of IMO PublicationsColophon

International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code Labels, Marks and SignsLabels of class 11.1 - 1.31.41.5Labels of class 22.12.22.3Labels of class 44.14.24.3Labels of class 55.15.2Labels of class 66.16.2Labels of class 7Category ICategory II1.6Labels of class 3Category IIIFissileLabels of class 8Labels of class 9Marine Pollutant MarkDisplay of UN numbers on PlacardsElevated Temperature MarkFumigation Warning Sign

Symbols for Fire Control Plans (page 1)Fire control planHalon 1301 batteryPush-button/switch for fire alarmSpace protected by Halon 1301Horn fire alarmHalon hornBell fire alarmHalon release stationManually operated call pointHalon 1301 bottles placed in protected areaSpace protected by automatic fire alarmPowder installationFire alarm panelPowder monitor (gun)Sprinkler installationPowder hose and handgunSpace protected by sprinklerPowder release stationSprinkler hornFoam installationSprinkler section valveFoam monitor (gun)CO2 batteryFoam nozzleSpace protected by CO2Space protected by foamCO2 hornFoam valveCO2 release stationFoam release stationMore

Symbols for Fire Control Plans (page 2)Fire main with fire valvesSpace protected by drenching systemHose box with spray/jet fire nozzleSection valves drenching systemInternational shore connectionFire stationFire pumpLocker with fireman’s outfitEmergency fire pumpLocker with additional breathing apparatusRemote controlled fire pumps or emergency switchesLocker with additional protective clothingBilge pumpPrimary means of escapeEmergency bilge pumpSecondary means of escapeWater monitor (gun)A class divisionWater fog applicatorB class divisionPortable fire extinguishers: (a)(b)(c)Fire damper in vent duct(d)(e)(f)Remote controlled skylightsWheeled fire extinguishers: (a)(b)Drenching installationRemote controlled fuel/lubricating oil valvesControl stationMore

Symbols for Fire Control Plans (page 3)Portable foam applicatorHeat detectorInert gas installationGas detectorHigh expansion foam supply trunkFlame detectorCO2/nitrogen bulk installationEmergency telephone stationEmergency generatorFire axeEmergency switchboardA class fire door(1)(2)A class fire door self-closingB class fire door(1)B class fire door self-closing(1)(2)(1)(2)(2)Closing appliance for exterior ventilation inlet or outletRemote ventilation shutoffMain vertical zoneSmoke detector

Symbols Related to Life-Saving Appliances and Arrangements (page 1)A) Symbols to be used in accordance with Regulation III/9.2.3 of the 1974 SOLAS Convention, as amendedFasten seat beltsSecure hatchesStart engineLower lifeboat to waterLower liferaft to waterLower rescue boat to waterRelease fallsStart water sprayStart air supplyRelease gripesMore

Symbols Related to Life-Saving Appliances and Arrangements (page 2)B) Recommended symbols indicating the location of emergency equipment and muster and embarkation stationsLifeboatSurvival craft portable radioRescue boatEPIRBLiferaftRadar transponderDavit-launched liferaftSurvival craft pyrotechnic distress signalsEmbarkation ladderRocket parachute flaresEvacuation slideLine throwing applianceLifebuoyEvacuation chuteLifebuoy with lineMuster stationLifebuoy with lightEmbarkation stationLifebuoy with light and smokeDirection indicatorLifejacketEmergency exit indicatorChild’s lifejacketExitImmersion suitEmergency exit

Symbols from the Code on Alarms and Indicators, 1995 (page 1)Symbols from Table 6.1.1 - Emergency alarmsGeneral emergency alarm - passengersGeneral emergency alarm - crewFire alarm - Other than in machinery spaceFire alarm - In machinery spaceFire-extinguishing medium release alarmSymbols from Table 6.1.2 - Primary alarmsMachinery alarmPersonnel alarmSteering gear alarmFire detection alarmBilge alarmGas detection alarm - for chlorine gasEngineers’ alarmGas detection alarm - Except for chlorine gasMore

Symbols from the Code on Alarms and Indicators, 1995 (page 2)Symbols from Table 6.1.3 - Call signalsTelephoneEngine-room telegraph

How to find the SymbolsAll the symbols are available for display on screen in the main PDF (Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format) files one file each in English, Spanish and French. Clicking anywhere in the main Introduction Screen takes the user directlyto the Contents page, which provides links - marked as blue boxes around the menu items - to the four categories ofsymbols:1)The International Maritime Dangerous Coods Code Labels, Marks and Signs2)Symbols for Fire Control Plans3)Symbols Related to Life-Saving Appliances and Arrangements4)Symbols from the Code on Alarms and IndicatorsEach category gives an overview of available symbols with direct links to pages which contain thumbnails of thesesymbols, descriptive text, instructions on use, colours and a list with the name and location of the digital files of thesymbols. Clicking on the thumbnail of a symbol activates a link to a page where this symbol is displayed larger. Clickingsomewhere in the middle of that page takes you back directly.Please note that the quality of the symbols displayed is influenced by several factors - they have been compressed foruse within the PDF files, the quality of your computer monitor etc. See also the chapter “Files containing the Symbolsin digital form”

Files containing the Symbols in digital formIn the PDF files (see also the chapter “How to find the Symbols”) the pages containing thumbnails of the symbols givea list with the name and location of the digital files on the CDROM. Each symbol is present in three different formats:1)As a large Windows bitmap image (L*.BMP) - most of these images have a format of 480 x 480 pixels and arein 16 colours/4 bit.2)As a smaller Windows bitmap image (Sym*.BMP) - most of these images have a format of 240 x 240 pixels andare in 16 colours/4 bit.3)As a smaller CompuServe Graphics Interchange image (Sym*.GIF) - most of these images have a format of 240x 240 pixels and are in 16 colours/4 bit.Where the symbols themselves contain text there are 3 different language versions present, one each for English, Frenchand Spanish. Which language version a file is - if there is more than one available - can be seen by a letter whichimmediately follows the number of the relevant symbol (“e” for English, “f” for French and “s” for Spanish) e.g. thelarge bitmap file for “Emergency Exit” in the Symbols related to Life-saving appliances and arrangements has threeversions which are named: Lsym36e.BMP, Lsym36f.BMP and Lsym36s.BMP .Important Note: A List of All image files is available in easily printable format on the CDROM: \IMList.TXTSee also the chapter “Tips on the use of the Symbols in digital form”

Tips on the use of the Symbols in digital formThere are many programs available for displaying and editing digital images. Windows 3.x comes standard with theprogram Paintbrush which supports the *.BMP format. Windows 95 and 98 come standard with the program Paintwhich supports the *.BMP format. Other programs also support the CompuServe Graphic Interchange format (*.GIF) this format is widely in use for display within HTML frames on the Internet as it has a high compression, which hasadvantages in both download time and portability.Note on colours of the digital images:The colours of the symbols on this CDROM are officially described in text from the IMO instruments from which theyare derived i.e. the symbols from the Code on Alarms and Indicators come from this Code, as also described in theannexes to IMO Resolutions A.686(17), MSC.39(63) and A.830(19), which gives the colours as “Red”, “Amber”,“White” etc. The bitmapped images have been produced in 16 colours/4 bit format for the following reasons:a) more colours were not necessary, b) size of the files and c) editing images with more colours requires both programsand a computing environment not widely available to the end-users.For users of the program PaintShop Pro the pallet file used for production of the digital images is provided in the directory \PSPon this CDROM, \PSP\Symbols.PAL - a shareware version of PaintShop Pro is downloadable at http://www.jasc.com

Address of IMO PublicationsPlease address all enquiries to:Publishing Service Electronic SalesInternational Maritime Organization4 Albert EmbankmentLondon SE1 7SRUnited KingdomTelephone: 44 (0)20 7735 7611Fax: 44 (0)20 7587 p://www.imo.org

ColophonColophon and Copyright Notice to the 'IMO Symbols CDROM' - version 2.0Edition of December 2001IMO PUBLICATION Sales number: CD-602 IMO 2001 Copyright to the Information 1987-2001 Adobe Systems Incorporated for the Adobe Acrobat Reader software 2001Design and Production:InterWise, Amersfoort, the NetherlandsTel/fax: 31 33 4627165, email [email protected]: http://utopia.knoware.nl/users/intrwiseAll other copyrights and trademarks acknowlegedAll rights reserved. No part of this publication may, for sales purposes, be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in anyform or by means, electronic, electrostatic, magnetic tape, mechanical, photcopying or otherwise, without prior permission in writing fromthe International Maritime Organization.

International Maritime Dangerous Goods CodeLABELS, MARKS AND SIGNSLabels of class 1, 1.1-1.3Numerals should be about 30 mm in height and be about 5 mm thick (for a label measuring 100 mm x 100 mm).Figure 1 in bottom corner.**Place for division - to be left blank if explosive is the subsidiary risk. (see Display of UN Numbers on Placards)*Place for compatibility group - to be left blank if explosive is the subsidiary risk. (see Display of UN Numbers on Placards)Files: \imdgcode\sym1 1e.bmp\imdgcode\sym1 1e.gif\imdgcode\lsm1 1e.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 2)Labels of class 1, 1.4Numerals should be about 30 mm in height and be about 5 mm thick (for a label measuring 100 mm x 100 mm).Figure 1 in bottom corner.*Place for compatibility group - to be left blank if explosive is the subsidiary risk. (see Display of UN Numbers on Placards)Files: \imdgcode\sym1 4.bmp\imdgcode\sym1 4.gif\imdgcode\lsm1 4.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 3)Labels of class 1, 1.5Numerals should be about 30 mm in height and be about 5 mm thick (for a label measuring 100 mm x 100 mm).Figure 1 in bottom corner.*Place for compatibility group - to be left blank if explosive is the subsidiary risk. (see Display of UN Numbers on Placards)Files: \imdgcode\sym1 5.bmp\imdgcode\sym1 5.gif\imdgcode\lsm1 5.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 4)Labels of class 1, 1.6Numerals should be about 30 mm in height and be about 5 mm thick (for a label measuring 100 mm x 100 mm).Figure 1 in bottom corner.*Place for compatibility group - to be left blank if explosive is the subsidiary risk. (see Display of UN Numbers on Placards)Files: \imdgcode\sym1 6.bmp\imdgcode\sym1 6.gif\imdgcode\lsm1 6.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 5)Labels of class 2a) Class 2.1Files: \imdgcode\sym2 1.bmp\imdgcode\sym2 1.gif\imdgcode\lsm2 1.bmpor\imdgcode\sym2 1a.bmp\imdgcode\sym2 1a.gif\imdgcode\lsm2 1a.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 6)Labels of class 2b) Class 2.2Files: \imdgcode\sym2 2.bmp\imdgcode\sym2 2.gif\imdgcode\lsm2 2.bmpor\imdgcode\sym2 2a.bmp\imdgcode\sym2 2a.gif\imdgcode\lsm2 2a.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 7)Labels of class 2c) Class 2.3Files: \imdgcode\sym2 3.bmp\imdgcode\sym2 3.gif\imdgcode\lsm2 3.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 8)Labels of class 3orFiles: e\lsm3a.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 9)Labels of class 4a) Class 4.1Files: \imdgcode\sym4 1.bmp\imdgcode\sym4 1.gif\imdgcode\lsm4 1.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 10)Labels of class 4a) Class 4.2Files: \imdgcode\sym4 2.bmp\imdgcode\sym4 2.gif\imdgcode\lsm4 2.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 11)Labels of class 4a) Class 4.3Files: \imdgcode\sym4 3.bmp\imdgcode\sym4 3.gif\imdgcode\lsm4 3.bmpor\imdgcode\sym4 3a.bmp\imdgcode\sym4 3a.gif\imdgcode\lsm4 3a.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 12)Labels of class 5a) Class 5.1Files: \imdgcode\sym5 1.bmp\imdgcode\sym5 1.gig\imdgcode\lsm5 1.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 13)Labels of class 5a) Class 5.2Files: \imdgcode\sym5 2.bmp\imdgcode\sym5 2.gif\imdgcode\lsym5 2.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 14)Labels of class 6a) Class 6.1Files: \imdgcode\sym6 1.bmp\imdgcode\sym6 1.gif\imdgcode\lsm6 1.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 15)Labels of class 6a) Class 6.2Files: \imdgcode\sym6 2.bmp\imdgcode\sym6 2.gif\imdgcode\lsm6 2.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 16)Labels of class 7a) Category IFiles: \imdgcode\sym7 1e.bmp\imdgcode\sym7 1e.gif\imdgcode\lsm7 1e.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 17)Labels of class 7a) Category IIFiles: \imdgcode\sym7 2e.bmp\imdgcode\sym7 2e.gif\imdgcode\lsm7 2e.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 18)Labels of class 7a) Category IIIFiles: \imdgcode\sym7 3e.bmp\imdgcode\sym7 3e.gif\imdgcode\lsm7 3e.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 19)Labels of class 7d) FissileFiles: \imdgcode\sym7 4e.bmp\imdgcode\sym7 4e.gif\imdgcode\lsm7 4e.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 20)Labels of class 8Files: .bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 21)Labels of class 9Files: .bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 22)Marine Pollutant MarkFiles: lsm10e.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 23)Elevated Temperature MarkFiles: m11.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 24)Fumigation Warning Sign* Insert details as appropriateFiles: lsm12e.bmp

IMDG Code Labels, Marks and Signs (page 25)Display of UN Numbers on Placardsor***Location of class or division numberLocation of UN Number

Symbols for Fire Control PlansFire control planfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 0 1 . b m tton/switch for fire alarmfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 0 2 . b m p\firecont\symb002.gif\firecont\lsym002.bmpHorn fire alarmfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 0 3 . b m p\firecont\symb003.gif\firecont\lsym003.bmpBell fire alarmfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 0 4 . b m p\firecont\symb004.gif\firecont\lsym004.bmp

Symbols for Fire Control Plans (page 2)Manually operated call pointfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 0 5 . b m p\firecont\symb005.gif\firecont\lsym005.bmpSpace protected by automatic fire alarmfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 0 6 . b m p\firecont\symb006.gif\firecont\lsym006.bmpFire alarm panelfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 0 7 . b m er installationfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 0 8 . b m p\firecont\symb008.gif\firecont\lsym008.bmp

Symbols for Fire Control Plans (page 3)Space protected by sprinklerfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 0 9 . b m er hornfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 1 0 . b m er section valvefi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 1 1 . b m p\firecont\symb011.gif\firecont\lsym011.bmpCO2 batteryf i l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 1 2 . b m p\firecont\symb012.gif\firecont\lsym012.bmp

Symbols for Fire Control Plans (page 4)Space protected by CO2fi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 1 3 . b m p\firecont\symb013.gif\firecont\lsym013.bmpCO2 hornf i l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 1 4 . b m p\firecont\symb014.gif\firecont\lsym014.bmpCO2 release stationf i l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 1 5 . b m p\firecont\symb015.gif\firecont\lsym015.bmpHalon 1301 batteryfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 1 6 . b m p\firecont\symb016.gif\firecont\lsym016.bmp

Symbols for Fire Control Plans (page 5)Space protected by Halon 1301fi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 1 7 . b m p\firecont\symb017.gif\firecont\lsym017.bmpHalon hornfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 1 8 . b m p\firecont\symb018.gif\firecont\lsym018.bmpHalon release stationfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 1 9 . b m p\firecont\symb019.gif\firecont\lsym019.bmpHalon 1301 bottles placed in protected areafi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 2 0 . b m p\firecont\symb020.gif\firecont\lsym020.bmp

Symbols for Fire Control Plans (page 6)Powder installationfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 2 1 . b m p\firecont\symb021.gif\firecont\lsym021.bmpPowder monitor (gun)fi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 2 2 . b m p\firecont\symb022.gif\firecont\lsym022.bmpPowder hose and handgunfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 2 3 . b m p\firecont\symb023.gif\firecont\lsym023.bmpPowder release stationfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 2 4 . b m p\firecont\symb024.gif\firecont\lsym024.bmp

Symbols for Fire Control Plans (page 7)Foam installationfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 2 5 . b m p\firecont\symb025.gif\firecont\lsym025.bmpFoam monitor (gun)fi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 2 6 . b m p\firecont\symb026.gif\firecont\lsym026.bmpFoam nozzlefi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 2 7 . b m p\firecont\symb027.gif\firecont\lsym027.bmpSpace protected by foamfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 2 8 . b m p\firecont\symb028.gif\firecont\lsym028.bmp

Symbols for Fire Control Plans (page 8)Foam valvefi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 2 9 . b m p\firecont\symb029.gif\firecont\lsym029.bmpFoam release stationfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 3 0 . b m p\firecont\symb030.gif\firecont\lsym030.bmpFire main with fire valvesfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 3 1 . b m p\firecont\symb031.gif\firecont\lsym031.bmpHose box with spray/jet fire nozzlefi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 3 2 . b m p\firecont\symb032.gif\firecont\lsym032.bmp

Symbols for Fire Control Plans (page 9)International shore connectionfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 3 3 . b m p\firecont\symb033.gif\firecont\lsym033.bmpFire pumpfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 3 4 . b m cy fire pumpfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 3 5 . b m p\firecont\symb035.gif\firecont\lsym035.bmpRemote controlled fire pumps or emergency switchesfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 3 6 . b m p\firecont\symb036.gif\firecont\lsym036.bmp

Symbols for Fire Control Plans (page 10)Bilge pumpfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 3 7 . b m cy bilge pumpfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 3 8 . b m p\firecont\symb038.gif\firecont\lsym038.bmpWater monitor (gun)fi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 3 9 . b m p\firecont\symb039.gif\firecont\lsym039.bmpWater fog applicatorfi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 4 0 . b m p\firecont\symb040.gif\firecont\lsym040.bmp

Symbols for Fire Control Plans (page 11)Portable fire extinguishers:Portable fire extinguisher (a)fi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 4 1 a . b m ble fire extinguisher (b)fi l es : \ f i r e c o n t \ s y m b 0 4 1 b . b m ble fire extinguisher (c)fi l es : \ f

Symbols for Fire Control Plans Symbols Related to Life-Saving Appliances and Arrangements Symbols from the Code on Alarms and Indicators, 1995 How to find the Symbols Files containing the Symbols in digital form Tips on the use of the Symbols in digital form and note on colours of the digital images Address of IMO Publications Colophon

Related Documents:

- IMO Res.MSC.48(66)-(LSA Code) I, - IMO Res.MSC.48(66)-(LSA Code) II, - IMO Res.MSC.97(73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. MED/1.2b Position-indicating lights for life-saving appliances: for lifebuoys. Row 2 of 3 Type approval requirements - SOLAS 74 Reg. III/4, - SOLAS 74 Reg. X/3. - IMO Res.MSC.81(70), as amended, - EN 60945:2002 incl. IEC 60945 Corr. 1 .

A GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS FOR PIPING SYSTEMS AND PLANT BASED ON BS 1553: PART 1: 1977 Scope This part of BS 1553 specifies graphical symbols for use in flow and piping diagrams for process plant. A-1. Symbols (or elements of Symbols) for Use in Conjunction with Other Symbols Mechanical linkage Weight device

Evan Chen (April 30, 2021) Math Olympiad Hardness Scale (MOHS) IMO 2019/2 on P 1, Q 1, P, Q cyclic. Rating 30M: Medium-hard. These are problems which are just slightly tougher than the average IMO 2/5, but which I would be unhappy with as IMO 3/6 (although this can still happen). Problems

IMO emission regulations for yachts N. Račić, G. Radica & J. Kasum Faculty of Maritime Studies, Split, Croatia Abstract . 1948, and entered into force ten years later, meeting for the first time in 1959. The IMO’s main ta

IMO Certification : IMO MODU Code consolidates edition : Code for the Construction and Equipment of Mobile Offshore Drilling Units, 2009 IMO MODU - Which code version Code consolidated edition Year of construction : 2006 ( Strike Steel), October 2009 (delivered)

a) IMO Resolution MSC.202(81), Adoption of Amendments to the SOLAS as amended, Chapter V, Regulation 19-1 b) IMO Resolution MSC.211(81), Arrangements for the Timely Establishment of the Long-Range Identification and Tracking System c) IMO Resolution MSC.263(84), Revised Performance Standards and Functional Requirements for

Jul 19, 2020 · Pieta - IMO Agnes Jacoby (Frank & Lucy Kaczynski) Pope St. John Paul II – IMO Joseph Conway, Sr. (Dorothy & Family) St. Patrick – Our Lady’s Chapel - Sanctuary - Our Lady’s Chapel – Blessed Virgin Mary – IMO Mary Barbetta (Family) Home

Life-saving appliances Column 2: IMO MSC/Circular 980 shall apply except when superseded by the specific instr uments referred to in Column 2. . (LSA Code) I, — IMO Res.MSC.48(66)-(LSA Code) II, — IMO Res.MSC.97(73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. MED/1.2a — Position-indicating lights for life- saving appliances: (a) for sur vival craf t and rescue .

Life-saving appliances Column 4: IMO MSC/Circular 980 should apply except when superseded by the specific instruments referred to in Column 4. No Item designation . (LSA Code) II, IV, — IMO Res. MSC.97(73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. — IMO Res. MSC.81(70). B D B E B F L 239/4 Official Journal of the European Union 15.9.2011EN

Life-saving appliances Column 4: IMO MSC/Circular 980 should apply except when superseded by the specific instruments referred to in Column 4. No Item designation Regulation . (LSA Code) I, II, IMO Res. MSC.97(73) - (2000 HSC Code) 8. IMO Res. MSC.81(70). B D B E B F VER) JONI ELETTRONIKA. B 3781 A.1/ 1.2 Position-indicating lights for

Life-saving appliances Column 2: IMO MSC/ Circular 980 should apply except when superseded by the specific instruments referred to in Column 2. . (LSA Code) II, - IMO Res.MSC.48(66)-(LSA Code) IV, - IMO Res.MSC.97(73)-(2000 HSC Code) 8. MED/1.2a - Position-indicating lights for life-saving appliances: (a) for survival craft and rescue boats .

This section covers the symbols and meanings of a variety of different animals. Animal symbols are very special to the Native Americans. Native American Animal symbols and totems are believed to represent the physical form of a spirit helper and guide. Learn about the meaning of Animal Symbols including

1.1.3 WordPress.com dan WordPress.org WordPress menyediakan dua alamat yang berbeda, yaitu WordPress.com dan WordPress.org. WordPress.com merupakan situs layanan blog yang menggunakan mesin WordPress, didirikan oleh perusahaan Automattic. Dengan mendaftar pada situs WordPress.com, pengguna tidak perlu melakukan instalasi atau

QUANTUM PHYSICS, AND PARANORMAL PHENOMENA By J. E. Kennedy ABSTRACT: Information consists of symbols, media for storing and transmitting the symbols, and an interpretational infrastructure that establishes the meaning of the symbols, can generate and decode the symbols, and can take actions based on the symbols.

piping symbols mechanical symbols: single line ductwork symbols double line mechanical abbreviations: general notes: delivery, storage, and handling welding diffuser symbols piping cont'd. control symbols 140 park avenue new city, ny 10956 tel 845-708-9200 www.shilale.com 1/2 if this bar does not measure 1" then drawing is not to full scale 1 0

1. That myriad symbols have emerged over the years “representing” Satan. 2. That the Bible sets forth no signs nor symbols for Christianity. 3. What are the symbols of Satanism? 4. That there is no “power” nor “magic” in such symbols. 5. That there are dangers in such symbolisms to those who use them.

Objective: Students will be aware of the importance of symbols. Activity: The teacher displays or draws images of var-ious symbols. The symbols may be geared to the specific subject matter, i.e., punctuation marks in English or mathematical symbols for math. (Other sugges

WordPress Themes WordPress Premium Themes WordPress Free Themes WordPress Plugins ite Templates WordPress Hosting WordPress.com CreativeMarket.com . with crowdfunding b Astoundif plugin and fundif theme. Plugin will empower o

Architectural symbols on construction drawings show the type and location of windows (Figure 1-1), doors (Figure 1-2), and other features. They show the general shape of an actual architectural feature and show any motion that is supposed to occur. Figure 1-2. Door symbols Figure 1-1. Window symbols

These have been graded as Very Easy (Level 1), Easy (Level 2), and Standard (Level 3). Penguin Readers/Pearson English Readers Penguin Readers and Pearson English Readers have a large selection of genres across 7 levels – Easystart to Level 6. CDs are included with some titles. Level Headwords CEFR Easystart 200 A1 Level 1 300 A1