Knowledge of basic shipping and compliance topics; voyage schemes and ship to shore reporting; international and national regulatory bodies for shipping
Who should attend:
Duration: 0,5 days
The first deadline established by the EU MRV regulation 2015/757 was reached on 31 August 2017; consequently, shipping companies should have already submitted their first monitoring plan to an agreed verifying body. The regulation also states that from January 2018 all voyages to and from EU ports need to be monitored and reported in order to be able to prepare annual emissions reports, so there is still some work to be done. One year later, in January 2019, the IMO DCS (Data Collection System) comes into force as well, with similar but more simple scheme and requirements.
In addition to the support and tools already provided by DNV GL, https://www.dnvgl.com/maritime/imo-dcs/index.html, Maritime Academy is offering this workshop-style training for those companies who prefer to have face-to-face guidance to deepen their understanding of these new requirements and their consequences. In this workshop you will get all your questions answered and be able to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the various options to achieve compliance.
The course focuses on:
- Overview and timelines for the two regulations - EU MRV and IMO DCS (Data Collection System)
- EU MRV monitoring plan and SEEMP Part II guidance and implementation
- Resulting regulatory requirements related to your monitoring/reporting procedures and system
- Choosing the optimal reporting solution –what tools exist and what solution would suit your operation?
- The importance of collecting high quality data
- Options for gaining added value out of the improvements towards compliance
- Longer term outlook and consequences of EU MRV and IMO DCS