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Guidelines on the Provision of Adequate Reception Facilities in Ports, Part 2

Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization

Guidelines on the Provision of Adequate Reception Facilities in Ports, Part 2

Residues and Mixtures Containing Noxious Liquid Substances/Imco582869

by Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization

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Published by Unipub .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marine Pollution,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Harbors,
  • Ships,
  • Waste disposal,
  • Waste reception facilities

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9127837M
    ISBN 109280112074
    ISBN 109789280112078

    Table 2 - Facilities Management Roles and Responsibilities (continued) Disaster Recovery/Business Resumption Manager 1. Developing physical facility requirements that support disaster recovery/business resumption objectives (i.e., specifying requirements for redundant or secondary power sources, facilities emergency access, etc.). Size: KB.   Major provisions remaining unchanged include: the obligation to provide a Garbage Record Book (GRB) for ships ≥ GT or ships certified to carry ≥15 persons, 12 and the provision of adequate reception facilities at ports without causing undue delay to ships. 13 A GRB is to record each discharge made at sea or a reception facility, or a Cited by:

      State Parties to MARPOL are required to provide adequate reception facilities at their ports and terminals which can accept sewage discharged from ships. (Regulation ) (Regulation ) Ships’ sewage discharge pipelines and reception facilities’ sewage reception pipelines must be fitted with specified standard connections. Guidelines for Reception Facilities Under MARPOL VI. Report of the MEPC on its sixty-second session, MEPC 62/24, Annex 7. 6. ^Resolution MEPC (68). (). Guidelines for Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems. Report of the MEPC on its sixty-eight session, MEPC 68/21/Add.1, Annex 1. 7. ^Resolution MEPC (53).Cited by: 6.

    Maritime Labour Convention, , as amended (MLC, ) (Entry into force: , independently of any other part of the accommodation; and (d) adequate heat through an appropriate heating system shall be provided, except in ships exclusively on voyages in tropical climates. 2. Where separate mess room facilities are to be provided to. Each Party, the coastline of which borders a special area, undertakes to ensure that as soon as possible, in all ports and terminals within the special area, adequate reception facilities are provided, taking into account the needs of ships operating in these areas. Regulation 8 /


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Guidelines on the Provision of Adequate Reception Facilities in Ports, Part 2 by Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization Download PDF EPUB FB2

Also, under its work on the Action Plan, FSI developed the Guide of good practice on port reception facility providers and users, which provides guidance and easy reference to good practices related to the use and provision of port reception facilities as well as a list of applicable regulations and guidelines.

ships using the ports without causing undue delay. PRF operators and users may refer to the Guidelines for ensuring the adequacy of port waste reception facilities (resolution MEPC(44)), section 3 (How to Achieve Adequacy), or section of the Manual Port Reception Facilities – How to do it (), for further information.

Section ofFile Size: KB. The intentionof these Guidelines is to provide guidance on the detrmination of adequacy of reception facilities for ship-generated waste as part of the implementation of the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships as modified by the Protocol of relating thereto (MARPOL 73/ Widespread use of the Guidelines will assist States to.

provision of adequate reception facilities at ports and terminals for garbage without causing undue delay to ships, and according to the needs of the ships using them based on Regulation 7 of MARPOL 73/78 Annex V. Building waste reception and collection facilities is closely related to the London Convention which prohibits dumping to the ocean.

particular stressing the provision of port reception facilities for ship-generated waste and cargo residues. The NOWPAP Members have accepted MARPOL Annex V. According to Regulation 7 of MARPOL Annex V, each party needs to build adequate waste reception facilities at ports.

A Reception facilities outside special areas. 1 The Government of each Party to the present Convention undertakes to ensure the provision at oil loading terminals, repair ports, and in other ports in which ships have oily residues to discharge, of facilities for the reception of such residues and oily mixtures as remain from oil tankers and other ships adequate* to meet the needs of.

environment. The provision of adequate facilities in ports for the reception of waste from ships is an essential precondition for any meaningful control of discharges at sea. Keeping waste on board ships is only feasible and meaningful when there are shore-based facilities to receive this waste.

2 Discharge shall only be allowed if: (a) both the port of departure and the next port of destination are within the special area and the ship will not transit outside the special area between these ports (regulation ); and (b) if no adequate reception facilities are available at those ports (regulation ).

Existing studies indicate that marine pollution control in the ports of developing economies is marred by a lack of administrative control and inadequate provision of waste reception facilities.

In Nigeria ports, ship generated waste control services and provision of waste reception facilities are outsourced to private companies with no requirement for an activity by: 3. GENERAL. Provisions for Adults and Children. The specifications in these guidelines are based upon adult dimensions and anthropometrics.

These guidelines also contain alternate specifications based on children's dimensions and anthropometrics for drinking fountains, water closets, toilet stalls, lavatories, sinks, and fixed or built-in seating and tables. and an improved navigation channel to allow adequate underwater clearance for the passage of vessels.

A dock is a facility along the water’s edge at which ships are loaded or unloaded. Dock facilities would typically include an improved seawall to delineate the edge between land and water and provide a stable location to which a vessel can secureFile Size: KB.

provision of adequate port reception facilities for garbage from ships and should facilitate and promote their use. Section 5 provides guidelines for these facilities. MARPOL Annex V provides definitions for terms used throughout these Guidelines.

Section includes relevant aspects of these definitions, followed by other definitions whichFile Size: KB. A port reception facility is considered to be adequate if it is able to meet the needs of the ships normally using the port without causing undue delay, as also specified in the IMO Consolidated Guidance and the IMO Guidelines for ensuring the adequacy of port waste reception facilities (Resolution MEPC(44)).

3 Reception facilities within special areas.1 Each Party, the coastline of which borders a special area, undertakes to ensure that as soon as possible, in all ports and terminals within the special area, adequate reception facilities are provided, taking.

The Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, to which was referred the bill (H.R. ) to implement the provisions of Annex V to the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships,and for other purposes, having considered the same, reports favorably thereon with an amendment in the nature of a substitute and recommends that the bill as.

Australia's maritime safety and protection of the sea laws implement international and national standards.

These relate to ship construction, equipment, crew and vessel safety and seafarer employment. Show all / Hide all. Select a category. The national law, standards, and regulations.

Find the Domestic Commercial Vessel National Law, the. that the discharge is recorded in the garbage record book with the flag state notified utilising the revised consolidated format for reporting alleged inadequacies of port reception facilities stated in MEPC.1/Circ/Rev It is still a requirement for receiving terminals to provide adequate port reception facilities for this waste stream, this.

Reception facilities shall be provided in ports, adequate to meet the needs of the ships without causing undue delay. The Port Operator/Port Authority shall at request provide the ship with a receipt stating.

reception facilities for ship-generated waste and cargo residues”, the provision of adequate waste reception facilities in all EU ports, including recreational ports and marinas, is clearly set out, as well as instruments to ensure that all ships, including fishing vessels and recreational.

The Guidelines for the Implementation of Annex V of MARPOL 73/78* should also be referred to for relevant information.

3 Description of the garbage The garbage is to be grouped into categories for the purposes of this record book as follows: 1 Plastics 2 Floating dunnage, lining, or packing material 3 Ground-down paper products, rags, glass. 1 Except as specified in paragraph 3 of this regulation, any ship of gross tonnage and above but less t gross tonnage shall be fitted with oil filtering equipment complying with paragraph 6 of this regulation.

Any such ship which may discharge into the sea ballast water retained in oil fuel tanks in accordance with regulation shall comply with paragraph 2 of .Forty participants took part in the workshop in Manzanillo, Mexico ( October), focusing on self-assessing compliance with regulations under the .Regulation 7 Reception facilities 1 The Government of each Party to the Convention undertakes to ensure the provision of facilities at ports and terminals for the reception of garbage, without causing undue delay to ships, and according to the needs of the ships using them.

2 The Government of each Party shall notify the Organization.