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DNV Authorized by the U.S. Coast Guard


DNV is now authorized by the U.S. Coast Guard to issue the SOLAS Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate, SOLAS Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate and International Safety Management (ISM) Code (DOC and SMC). These new authorizations are in addition to other DNV’s existing authorizations.

DNV is presently working with the U.S. Coast Guard on the other statutory certificates that the U.S. Coast Guard may delegate, such as:
  • International Certificates of Fitness for Carrying Liquified Gases and Hazardous Chemicals in Bulk
  • Mobile Offshore Drill Unit International Safety Certificate
  • MARPOL International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate for Carrying Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk

    Until late 1996, the U.S. Administration delegated only U.S. and International Tonnage certificates to Recognized Organizations. Now, however, the USCG may delegate statutory functions to classification societies that meet a set of demanding requirements. The USCG Alternate Compliance Program aims to meet these major objectives by delegating statutory services to classification societies. Other benefits of the program to the maritime community and the USCG include additional technical capabilities, benchmarking/best practices, wider range of research and development activities, experience feedback, broader surveyor networks, competition based upon technical competence and service performance and a choice in a classification society.


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