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Amendment of IMO's Guidelines for the development of the IHM

 ClassNK has issued Technical Information to provide information about the amendment of IMO's guidelines for the development of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials regarding the Ship Recycling Convention which it was deliberated in MEPC 68 (May 2015) and it was adopted as the Resolution MEPC 269 (68) The outline of the amendment is shown in the appendix to this technical information. The main contents are changes or clarifications on the threshold value of the hazardous materials to be indicated on the Material Declaration (MD) and on how to describe the inventory for the purpose of easier development of the inventory for new ship. Inventories which will be undertaken to develop after 15 May 2015(Note 1) are required to develop in compliance with the RESOLUTION MEPC.269 (68)ClassNK has reviewed its "Guidelines for the Inventory of Hazardous Materials" in order to implement the RESOLUTION MEPC.269 (68). The revised ClassNK "Guidelines for the Inventory of Hazardous Materials" can be downloaded from the ClassNK website. While, necessary improvements are being carried out on the system "PrimeShip-GREEN/SRM" and it will be available by 1 November 2015.ClassNK will treat the inventories for which the applications are made on or after 1 November 2015 as ones which are ...

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Updated Guidelines for IHM Development

 On 15 May 2015, IMO adopted “2015 Guidelines for the development of the inventory of hazardous materials”, to provide relevant stakeholders with recommendations for the development of a ship-specific Inventory of Hazardous Materials with a view to assist compliance with regulation 5 of the Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships, 2009. The Guidelines as annexed to IMO resolution MEPC.269(68) can be found by clicking below Also read SAFETY4SEA Article -  New guidelines for Inventory of Hazardous MaterialsIn the start, I was explicit with you propecia before and after has changed my existence. It has become much more fun, and now I have to run. Just as it is incredible to sit.

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Shipbreaking Platform collaborates with Boskalis for green ship recycling

  NGO Shipbreaking Platform board member Merijn Hougee has collaborated with Dutch dredging and marine expert Boskalis over several months to develop a comprehensive ship recycling policy. Boskalis has decided for clean and safe dismantling of its obsolete fleet in a Mexican ship recycling facility with which the ship owner has established a close partnership. Boskalis, which has been recognized by the NGO Shipbreaking Platform as an industry leader, reported about its progress in its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report 2014. “This is a best practice example”, says Patrizia Heidegger, Executive Director of the NGO Shipbreaking Platform. “Boskalis has shown how a ship owner can quickly improve ship recycling practices by taking the matter in one’s own hands. Other shipping companies should follow suit. We hope Boskalis will continue to lead by example and live up to the standards they have set for themselves. We are looking forward to continued collaboration and welcome further proposals by other shipping companies looking to improve their practices.” According to NGO Shipbreaking Platform board member Merijn Hougee, Boskalis’ approach to dismantling is a testimony to how serious the company is about applying the international conventions to its recycling activities. “The Boskalis technical superintendents on ...

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