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A Study on the Legislation Directions of FRAMEWORK ACT ON KOREA COAST GUARD(tentative name) ((가칭) 해양경찰기본법 입법방향에 관한 연구)

  • Son, Yeongtae
    • Journal of the Society of Disaster Information
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    • v.10 no.3
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    • pp.396-407
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    • 2014
  • In 19th May 2014, the government announced that KCG(Korea Coast Guard) is dissolved regarding responsibility for recently accident which is Sewol ferry disaster. But KCG, a central administrative agency is responsible for protecting maritime sovereignty of South Korea; the most basic and indispensable organization. Furthermore, The purpose of KCG is to provide the safety of the public and keeping of public order by prescribing matters necessary for the securement of maritime security, maintenance of public order and protection of marine resources & facilities. Therefore, In this article, I would like to suggest tentatively named FRAMEWORK ACT ON KOREA COAST GUARD's management plan which could reflect the scope of functions. It means we examine the current state of KCG, and would like to signpost for the most ideal way of legal system in Korea Coast Guard. Finally, this treatise is expected that this research can be a guideline contribute to improving Korea Coast Guard relevant laws even a little.

A Legislative consideration on protection and regulation of Assembly and Demonstration at sea (해상 집회 및 시위의 보호와 규율을 위한 입법정책적 고찰)

  • Soon, Gil-Tae
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Environment & Safety
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    • v.21 no.5
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    • pp.524-530
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    • 2015
  • In this study, I present solutions to properly regulate assembly and demonstration at sea which has not been relatively secured and regulated compared to that of on land and inland waters so it may not violate public safety and order, and at the same time to secure it as a basic human right. Firstly, to protect and regulate in the same way with assembly and demonstration on land, I suggest to make amendments to "Law on Assembly and Demonstration" so that Korea Coast Guard Station can accept applications and administrator maritime assembly and demonstration. Secondly, in special cases where there are difficulties in the application of "Law on Assembly and Demonstration" due to the special maritime environment, following the example of Japan, America and England who have regulations in related special laws, I suggest an legislative alternative to add regulations on maritime assembly and demonstration in "Law on Maritime Guard" so that we can administer maritime assembly and demonstration in a way which there should be no conflict between basic human right of people and conservation of public safety.

The Legal Study on the Demonstration-on-sea (해상시위의 기본권성과 집시법적용가능성 고찰)

  • Lee Kee-Chun
    • Journal of Navigation and Port Research
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    • v.29 no.3
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    • pp.235-244
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    • 2005
  • A new type qf demonstrations in the temporal and spacial aspects, such as accidental and unprepared demonstration, urgent assembly, demonstration-on-sea, demonstration-on-highway, and etc., which are not intended in the Law of Assembly and Demonstration, are becoming a social problem Especially, the law on demonstration-on-sea needs to be discussed further because it is not clear if the Law of Assembly and Demonstration is applicable here. If so, how can it be explained logically? Or, if not so, which law should be applied to this context? So far, various theories on demonstration-on-sea have been opposed aggressively vs. submissively. However, it should be guaranteed that the demonstration on sea is one of the constitutional rights based on the self-decision right of demonstration's place. Accordingly, these contents have to be interpreted with a concept of demonstration in Demonstration's law in coordination with the Constitution. Therefore, it is not persuasive that Demonstration's law is analogized, or general police law is applied, to such untypical demonstrations. In addition, taking into consideration a demonstrative function for minority under modem situation of demonstration, it is right to apply the Law of Assembly and Demonstration to the demonstration-upon-sea directly.

A Study on Types and Reasons of Engine Troubles Related to Fuel Oil (연료유에 의한 선박 디젤엔진 손상에 관한 연구)

  • Na, Eun-Young;Baik, Shin-Young
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Marine Environment & Energy
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    • v.12 no.3
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    • pp.143-150
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    • 2009
  • Fuel oil mostly used for a ship is made from crude oil by refining process. In order to produce plenty of high-quality fuel oil, the Fluid catalytic cracking(FCC) method is widely adopted to many refinery factories during the decomposition process from high molecule into lower molecule. The major constituents in spent FCC catalysts are Si, Al, Fe, Ti, alkali metals and some others. The spent catalyst is also composed small amounts of rare metals such as Ce, Nd, Ni and V. The big problem in FCC oil is mixing the catalyst in the oil. This reason is unstable separation of FCC catalyst in separator. Such a FCC catalyst will become a reason of heavy wear down in moving parts of engine. The impurity in oil is ash and deposit compound, such as Al, Si, Ni, Fe and V, which will accelerate the wear down on fuel pump, fuel injection valve cylinder liner and piston ring. It is important to find a basic reason of an engine trouble for preventing similar troubles anymore. Insurance compensation will be different according to the reason of an engine trouble which might be natural abrasion or other external causes. In this study, types and reasons of engine troubles related to fuel oil will be covered.

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