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MARPOL I AND II AWARENESS

Aims

This one (1) day course aims to provide knowledge and understanding to all deck and engine officers with the MARPOL 73/78 Annex I & II and other relevant IMO Convention.

Upon the completion of this course the trainee shall be able to:

       Discuss the potential impact of pollution by oil/oily mixture on the marine environment.

       Identify the different sources of marine pollution.

       Explain the tremendous effect of marine pollution the marine environment.

       Explain the preventive measures to avoid marine pollution.

       Identify and explain common MARPOL 73/78 Annex I related detentions by Port State Control.

       Describe the importance and the content of Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan (SOPEP) during

       oil spill.

       Describe the purpose of “Procedure and Arrangement Manual (P & A Manual) when handling Noxious

       Liquid Substances.

       Identify the required equipments for the disposal or discharge of oil /oily mixtures and Noxious Liquid

       Substances overboard.

       Describe the operational requirements for cleaning of tanks and disposal/discharge of oil and Noxious

       Liquid Substances overboard.

       Identify the “new categories” of noxious liquid substances offered for shipment and the types of ship

       allowed to carry such substance as define in MARPOL Annex II.

       Identify and Explain the different surveys to be conducted prior issuance of certification and the

       validity of the certificate.

       Identify different Special Areas under MARPOL 73/78 Annex I & II.

       Understand the importance of Cargo Record Book and Oil Record Book and for proper keeping and

       updating.

       Identify different IMO Conventions and their related function to Annex I and II

 

Entry Standards

This course is designed for all operational level deck and engine.

Course Intake Limitations:

The maximum number of trainees should be 24 participants.

Course Duration

One (1) day

Course Fee