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COURSE TITLE

IMPLEMENTING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS CONTROL SYSTEM WITHIN SHIP OPERATION AND CONSTUCTION PROCESS IN ACCORDANCE WITH IMO AND PORT STATES’ REQUIREMENTS

 

BENEFIT OF TRAINEE:

To understand the technical background of hazardous materials control implementation system as set up by both IMO 2009 Hong Kong Convention and EU 1057/2013 Ship Recycling Regulation.

Familiarization of the inspection and testing knowledge of hazardous materials. Being fully aware of the existence risk of these hazardous materials within marine supply chain.

Being competent to verify, audit and certify the Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) as submitted by the specialists.

Training Module

Training Content

Training Approach

Duration

Contributer

Module 1: brief of IHM/asbestos requirement

- HK Convention

-EU Ship Recycling Regulation

- other international standards

Case study 1:

the dispute of asbestos threshold level

1 hr

DNVGL HazMat Expert Engineer

Module 2: Recommended practice regarding how to generate, maintain /initial survey (approve and certify) the IHM  of newbuilding vessels?

 

- Introduction of the supplier approach,

- How to review the material declaration and supplier declaration of compliance?

- How to read and review Test report?

-The discrepancies of the supplier approach

Case study 2:

CTI investigation data analysis

 

Case study 3:

Initial survey of IHM for one newbuilding

1.5hr

CMIC Raffles Quality Manager

Module 3: Recommended practice regarding how to generate, maintain /initial survey (approve and certify) the IHM  of existing vessels?

 

-  document analysis

-  prepare/ review the visual and sampling plan

Audit trial list will be shared with class to show the good/bad quality of VSCP

- onboard visual / sampling check based on a risk based technical approach.

- lab analysis

- Reporting

 

Case study 4:

Initial survey of IHM for one existing ship

1.5 hr

XX class TBC

Module 4 Recommended practice regarding how to maintain/ annual / additional survey the IHM?

 

- survey scope of the new installation/repairing

- how to check the material declaration provided by the supplier?

 

Case study 5:

Annual survey of a conversion vessel

0.5hr

XX class TBC

Module 5 Corrections and exemptions

 

- HSE requirement

- management and /or removal/mitigation of detected hazardous materials

Case study 6:

Additional  survey to verify the asbestos removal on a vessel in operation.

0.5hr

CTI UK

 

The course also includes interactive exercises, case studies, quizzes and a final examination.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

-        Surveyors and auditors of Classification Societies

-        HSE professionals responsible for maintain hazardous materials Safety Management System on board ships(including offshore vessels and facilities)

-        Quality and technical personnel from the shipyard who are designated to prepare IHM for shipyard, repair yard and equipment manufacturers.

 

Course Place and Date:

April 10, 2015, Singapore

Course Fee: 

The first 15 applicants will be offered free, later applicants will be charged 200S$ per person.

 

 

CTI Marine Service

  • Leading international company for Hazardous Materials (HazMat) investigation, mitigation and consultancy
  • Disciplined competent team mostly come from class surveyor, government PSC officer with strong marine background.
  • The designated consultancy for China government delegation to attend IMO MEPC meeting from 61 to 67 session. Drafting and submitting 3 proposals to MEPC 61, 62, 66, 67 meeting regarding ship hazardous materials investigation and lab testing.
  • The only company in the world accredited to ISO 17020 by UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service) for asbestos surveying of ships
  • The only foreign marine asbestos survey body recognized by AMSA (Australian Maritime Safety Administration)
  • The only asbestos removal training organization in China
  • A global presence with cost-effective service worldwide from UK, Singapore, China and USA