V.Group and Witt O’Brien’s, a leading US-based compliance partner, completed first of its kind environmental compliance course in an effort to mitigate risks associated with non-compliance and improve efficiency.
The Maritime Coastguard Agency announced that its latest Port Marine Safety Code Compliance exercise, has officially opened, while the deadline for submissions is until 31 March 2021.
Transport Malta reiterated the need of compliance with the Directive 2014/90/EU on Marine Equipment (MED). The Directive, inter alia, provides that recognised organisations shall inform the Directorate in cases where it is suspected that MED equipment placed onboard a Maltese ship is not compliant with the applicable requirements.
DNV GL issued a guide with recommendations concerning remote surveys, or as they call them “radio surveys”, including the general procedures for radio surveys and the responsibilities for managers or owners.
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From 31st May 2020, a valid Statement of Compliance (SoC) for IMO DCS must be readily available onboard for inspection, together with the Confirmation of Compliance (CoC) for the Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP) part II. During routine inspections, PSC officers are expected to focus on the SoC for IMO DCS.
Since December 2016, AMSA has conducted 113 compliance checks on 53 cruise ships, noting 100% compliance. These compliance checks indicate that less than 10% of cruise ships are utilizing the option of fitting scrubbers with the majority using low sulphur fuel.
Following a relatively smooth implementation of the main part of the IMO 2020 regulation, the next level of the non-compliant fuel carriage ban has now entered into force. Starting from 1st March 2020, ships are banned from even carrying fuel that contains a sulphur content higher than 0.5%, unless there is a scrubber installed.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) reminds members and interested parties that from March 1st, 2020, all vessels are prohibited from carrying fuel oil with a sulphur content greater than 0.50% m/m.
As the 1st March deadline for the implementation of the non-compliant fuel carriage ban approaches, shipping law firm Hill Dickinson advises ship operators to start planning now to debunker any remaining high sulphur fuel in good time.
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