- 40A Passenger Ships
- 40C Non Passenger Ships
- 40D Fishing Ships
- 40E Sailing Ships
- Enclosed Waters
- Inshore Limits
- Restricted Coastal Limits
- Coastal Limits
- Offshore Restricted Limits
- Design Approval
- In Construction Survey (Including major modifications and major repairs)
- Initial Survey
- Intermediate Survey
- Renewal Survey
- NZ Load Line
- International Load Line
- IOPP Survey (Initial Periodic)
- Lifting Appliances Survey (Initial or Periodic including proof load testing)
- Barge Safety Certificates
- Carving and Marking (witness)
- Livestock Carriage survey
Boat Located at:
Testers/Surveyor Registration Number:
Insulation Test Instrument Used:
RCD Test Instrument Used:
Earth Loop Test Instrument Used
Boat Provided With Shore Power Connections
C10 Verification By Basic Visual Inspection C10.1 General This Paragraph (C10) details requirements for basic visual inspection of an electrical installation to confirm that the installation remains in good repair and does not exhibit indications of misuse or damage. This inspection doe not include any electrical testing. Which is covered in Paragraph C11. C10.2 Inspection Requirements Inspection of electrical equipment and conductors shall include the applicable checks listed below plus any additional visual checks required to verify that the installation is in safe condition:
Cables Show no undue evidence of insulation or sheath deterioration and have appropriate mechanical protection for the environment in which they are installed.
Electrical fittings in explosive gas areas have the correct rating and are appropriate for the zone (see Clause 2.12)
Socket-outlets exhibit no mechanical damage and there is no evidence of overheating
Light Fixtures exhibit no evidence of mechanical damage or evidence of undue overheating or arcing
Lamps do not exceed the wattage ratings of the fittings in which they are installed
LV a.c. systems and ELV d.c. systems are separated (as best possible).
Electrical Equipment is adequately supported.
Electrical equipment and fixed-wired appliances forming part of the electrical installation are not damaged.
Circuit and supply source electrical protection complies with clause 5.3 and 5.4:
5.3; D.C. Electrical System
5.4; A.C. Electrical System
If Installed, a digital network power distribution, control and monitoring system meets the requirements of clause 2.18
d.c. and a.c. electrical systems and systems of different voltages shall have the distribution from the different systems from either seperate distribution boards, or from a common distribution board with partition to seperate the sections of different systems from each other.
Switchboard and electrical equipment have no conductor insulation deterioration.
RCD's, RCBO's, MCB's, fuses and switches show no evidence of mechanical damage
Semi-enclosed rewardable fuses, where fitted, have not deteriorated due to arcing and have no exposed live parts when the fuse carrier is fitted into the fuse base.
NOTE: Semi-enclosed rewireable fuses are not permitted in new installations or in alterations to an existing installation.
There is adequate insulation and distance between live conductors and between live conductors and earth; where the conductors are bare, refer to CL 2.7.7.
Busbars and their connections shall be made of copper and shall be designed to withstand mechanical stresses due to short-circuit. The maximum temperature rise shall be 45°C. Bare busbars shall comply with the minimum clearances and creepage distances given in Table 4. Page 24 AS/NZS 3004.2 (2014)
Non-standard wiring identification label (if applicable)
Switches and protective devices are clearly labelled showing the circuit type they control or protect.
Instruments required by CL2.5.6 and 184.108.40.206 are fitted
CL 2.5.6;Measuring instruments
CL 220.127.116.11; Voltmeter
For boats with an IT AC system, a continuously operating earth fault or insulation monitoring and alarm system installed.
When an inverter is installed, the hazard warning label required by CL 2.6.3 is fitted to or beside the a.c. switchboard.
WARNING- DANGEROUS VOLTAGE
WARNING: BOAT IS EQUIPPED WITH A d.c. TO a.c. POWER INVERTER. AVOID SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH FROM ELECTRICAL SHOCK. DISCONNECT a.c. SHORE POWER AND d.c. BATTERY POWER TO INVERTER BEFORE OPENING PANEL OR SERVICING ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS.
Neutral bars are supported on insulated fittings
Where there are seperate earth and neutral bars, earthing conductors are connected to the earth bar and neutral conductors are connected to the neutral bar.
The main earth conductor from the boat's earth is correctly connected and labelled at the main switchboard.
The switchboard is constructed and installed in such a manner that, in the event of fire, the spread of fire will be kept to a minimum.
Residual current devices (RCD's,RCBO's) installed for personnel protection have a residual operating current of 30mA or less.
Conductors are securely held in terminals of fittings and are no subject to tension at the terminations.
The main earthing and equipotential bonding conductor terminations are accessible.
Earthing connections are mechanically sound and fixed by a secure system.
Earthing and equipotential bonding connections are protected against mechanical damage, corrosion and any vibration likely to occur.
Conductors of cables are correctly identified and are connected to the correct terminals of fittings.
The portions of the boat earth inside the boat show no evidence of corrosion, damage or poor connection of the earthing conductor(s).
Appliances are correctly positioned and are suitable for the environment they are located in.
Covers of fixed wired appliances are not broken or missing, giving access to live parts or basic insulation.
NOTE: Connections to electrical equipment need to be enclosed and require the use of a tool to gain access.
Electrical appliances are correctly mounted and protected against mechanical damage.
Electrical fittings in damp areas have correct IP rating and are appropriate for the zone.
Exposed metal liable to become alive is connected to earth.
All batteries are secured against movements and inclinations occurring during boat movement.
Batteries shall be covered for protection of battery and battery terminals from loose and falling objects.
Batteries shall not be installed directly above or below a fuel tank or fuel filter, and any other metallic component of the fuel system within 300mm above battery top, as installed, shall be electrically insulated.
Battery overcorrect protection complies with clause 5.3.1
CL5.3.1; Protective Devices.
Battery ventilation complies with Clause 2.9.2
Lithium Battery installations comply with the following:
AS/NZS 3004.2 (2014) CL 2.9.3
Confirm the boats shore power connection (s) comply with Clause 3.5.2
CL 3.5.2; Boat Connections.
Shore Power available indication is provided by the supply changeover switch.
Shore Power Reverse Polarity protection is provided in accordance with clause 18.104.22.168
CL22.214.171.124; Protection against reverse polarity in the supply lead.
Periodic Survey Report Electrical Systems Maritime Survey New Zealand
Configured as approved;
(From inspection that the installation as per document design, installation or modified approval.
Condition of Installation and materials;
(from five-yearly testing of the electrical installation using check sheet AS/NZS 4003.2 Apendix C.)
(From check of rated capacity, relative to rule requirements, and from use of a discharge test to measure the effect of age on capacity).
(From test of the capability of the battery charge current, relative to time and load requirements in the rules.)
(From inspection for damage and corrosion, and for adequacy of restraints and protection from the elements.)
Switches or contactors
(From check of arrangement of any emergency tie switches or contactors on emergency batteries, for ability to disconnect from other batteries)
(From testing that all systems required to operate from the emergency batteries do operate with the main source of power switched off.)
(From five-yearly measurement of actual amps drawn from all load needed during an emergency and calculation of capability of battery to run the load for hours required under the rules)
Capacity and condition
(From inspection of rated capacity and independence of emergency fuel supply and its storage capacity).
(From testing that all systems required to operate from the emergency generator, do operate with the main source of power switched off.)
(From five-yearly measurement of actual amps drawn from all load needed during an emergency and calculation of capability of generator to run the load for hours required under the rules)
Navigation lights – adequacy
(From inspection of navigation lights lantern type, number and location, relative to Rule 22 requirements).
Navigation lights – operation
(From test of operation of navigation lights, separately using the main and emergency power systems)
Navigation lights – protection and monitoring
(From test of control and electrical protection of each navigation light.)
Emergency lighting condition and suitability
(From inspection of condition of each emergency light luminaire and associated hardware and of its suitability for its operating environment).
Emergency lighting operation and adequacy
(From test of the operation of the emergency lighting, and the adequacy of the lighting for egress and deployment of survival craft, separately using the main and emergency power sources)
(From test of the automatic operation of each bilge pump by activating the pump float switch, separately using the main and emergency power sources.)
(From test of the operation the steering pump motors (including run indicators and overload alarms) and rudder angle indicator, separately using the main and emergency power sources.)
General alarm & public address
(From test of the alarm system, separately using the main and emergency power sources.)
Navigation lights alarm
(From test of the lantern failure alarm system for each navigation light.)
Fire detection alarm
(From test of the operation of the fire detection and alarm system, separately using the main and emergency power sources.)
Bilge alarm location
(From inspection of the location of bilge alarm relative to steering station.)
Bilge alarm operation
(From test of the operation of the run indicators, the high-level sensors and alarm, separately using the main and emergency power supplies.)
Watertight door indicators
(From test of the operation of the water-tight door position indicators, in each of the ‘open’ and ‘closed’ positions, for each steering station.)
(From testing the operation of each emergency stop when the conveyor system is running.)
Engine space extract fan
(From testing of operation of timed interlock of the extract fan with the engine ignition)
(From inspection of all bonding conductors and terminations, for corrosion or damage)
(From five-yearly test of electrical resistance between metallic parts of the fuel system)
Electrical interference (EMI)
(From check of log book records and from observations (e.g. flickering lights, humming or buzzing on radio equipment) for electrical interference, separately using the main and emergency power supplies.)
From measurement of the adequacy of the negative voltage shift between the anodes, with the vessel in the water)