To train ship owners and ship managers in how to navigate the complex and often risky waters of ship recycling, and to provide a basis for developing and implementing sound corporate policies and competencies regarding ship recycling, based on informed decisions.
Knowledge of vessel operations and vessel management
Who should attend:
Ship owners and ship managers, key stakeholders involved in recycling processes, within the maritime and offshore industry
Duration: 1 day (classroom or online virtual classroom)
Acting responsibly from a social and environmental perspective is increasingly becoming a crucial business pre-requisite for any ship owner. This is particularly relevant for non-EU flagged ships destined for recycling in non-EU countries typically India, Turkey, Pakistan or Bangladesh.
This course is designed to educate the participants in the process of planning and executing the recycling of a vessel, especially when targeting yards not included in the European List of ship recycling facilities (EU List). It is primarily meant to assist ship owners, in the absence of reliable evidence of compliance outside of the EU schemes, and until transparent, robust and reliable certification schemes are established, enabling a better basis for decisions.
The course offers practical examples and useful advice based on DNV GL’s unique knowledge and experience from our long and deep involvement in the recycling industry, from international committees and organizations to due diligence projects at over 25 yards in India, China, Turkey, Bangladesh and USA on behalf of owners, financiers and the EU Commission.
The course focuses on:
- Why Best Practice?
- The scope of ship recycling
- Strategy and policy
- Legal, reputational and financial risks
- Regulatory Landscape
- Recycling Destinations
- Recycling methodology
- The Ship Recycling Facility Plan (SRFP)
- IHM (Inventory of Hazardous Materials)
- Quality and risk management
- Work procedures & Safety issues
- Waste management
- Environmental and health monitoring
- Human resources and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)