Orders


​​​​​​​Below, you will find English versions of the executive orders issued by the Danish Maritime Authority that are currently in force. Please note that only the Danish versions have legal validity.

 

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24-07-2017968
  
22-06-2017795
  
The area on safety work on board ships is revised and, at the same time, it is made possible to offer the occupational health training programme for merchant ships as an e-learning programme.
22-06-2017862
  
As part of the restructuring of the order on Notice A from the Danish Maritime Authority on occupational health, a new order is drawn up on safety work in fishing vessels.
22-06-2017863
  
As part of the restructuring of the order on Notice A from the Danish Maritime Authority on occupational health, a new order is issued on safety work on board merchant ships.
20-06-2017810
  
15-06-2017752
  
This order transposes the International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments (BWM Convention​) into Danish law.
08-06-2017722
  
After the entry into force of the MLC in August 2013, an issue arose regarding which persons are covered by the concept of a seafarer. This order clarifies which regulations apply to persons who are not seafarers and who are considered seafarers.
30-05-2017581
  
Repeals Dan. special requirem. related to: annex file f survey reports; stricter requirem. f fire-safety of ships navigating not more than 20 nm from the coast; spec. approval of CO2 inst.; and special (periodical) approval of portable fire-extinguishers.
30-05-2017580
  
This order repeals Danish special requirements related to an annex file on board ships for survey reports.
30-05-2017578
  
This order repeals Danish special requirements related to an annex file on board ships for survey reports.
30-05-2017579
  
This order repeals Danish special requirements related to an annex file on board ships for survey reports.
24-05-2017531
  
22-05-2017516
  
Certain technical regulations for passenger ships in domestic trade are updated in accordance with new EU requirements on the application of international regulations adopted by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) on these ships.
22-05-2017502
  
The removal of administrative authorisations will make it easier to arrange for the inspection and control of, inter alia, fire-extinction systems and pressure-testing of tanks on ships not in class.
22-05-2017503
  
The removal of administrative authorisations will make it easier to arrange for the inspection and control of, inter alia, fire-extinction systems and pressure-testing of tanks on ships not in class.
22-05-2017587
  
22-05-2017536
  
22-05-2017501
  
The removal of administrative authorisations will make it to arrange for the inspection and control of, inter alia, fire-extinction systems and pressure-testing of tanks on ships not in class.
22-05-2017537
  
22-05-2017588
  
22-05-2017589
  
22-05-2017539
  
22-05-2017538
  
22-05-2017499
  
This order repeals 10 orders within the DMA's area of responsibility in order to reduce the burdens imposed and clarify which regulations apply to Danish ships.
27-02-2017208
  
This order amends the liability limits of the merchant shipping act upwards as a consequence of a decision on the international liability limits taken by United Nations' International Maritime Organization (IMO).
27-02-2017199
  
This order contains the York-Antwerp rules of 1990 in English and Danish. The rules apply in case nothing else has been agreed under section 461 of the merchant shipping act on general average.
27-02-2017198
  
This orders stipulates the special liability limits for ships below 300 GT. The regulations deviate from the general liability limits of the merchant shipping act in that they are lower.
27-02-2017196
  
This order stipulates provisions on applications for being issued with certificates confirming insurance or other financial security in respect of civil liability for bunker oil pollution damage.
27-02-2017197
  
This order stipulates the requirements for the contents of insurance certificates that must, according to the provisions of the merchant shipping act, be issued to ships with a tonnage of at least 300 as proof of covering maritime claims.
15-12-20161691
  
This order stipulates the international requirements for personnel on board ships using gas for propulsion under Danish law.
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