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2010, 15th July Hong Kong Convention How to use IHM at SRFs M.Sc Beyza Doyduk – Global Practice Ship Recycling.

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1 2010, 15th July Hong Kong Convention How to use IHM at SRFs M.Sc Beyza Doyduk – Global Practice Ship Recycling

2 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 2 Content Recycling today: Hong Kong Convention Obligations for Shipowners How is IHM prepared? Information Contained in IHM How is IHM used by the SRFs? Other Aspects to be Considered Conclusion

3 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 3 Recycling today: Hong Kong Convention IMO has developed: International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships (Hong Kong Convention) Ratification started in Sept Entry into force ~ 2013 – 2015 Applicable to: all new and existing ships > 500GT ship recycling facilities Key issues: Inventory of Hazardous Materials Authorization of Ship Recycling Facilities Excluded: government ships, domestic vessels (equal measures proposed)

4 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 4 Obligations for Shipowners * In line with agreement of IMO workshop in Thailand, May 2010 Get IHM Part I prepared and certified prior to delivery to SRF : Completion of IHM (Part I, II and III) Minimize amount of cargo residues, wastes, fuel oil Gas free for hot works conditions Use authorized ship recycling facility able to handle IHM-materials

5 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 5 How IHM is prepared? New Ships Preparation of IHM Part I by the shipyard IHM is based on the info delivered by suppliers Supplier provides for each product Suppliers Declaration of Conformity (SDoC) Material Declaration (MD) Existing Ships Preparation of IHM Part I under responsibility of Shipowner HazMat expert to be involved nominate IHM - Designated Person Prior to recycling Preparation of IHM Part II (wastes) & III (stores)

6 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 6 Information Contained in IHM IHM Part I – Structure and Equipment IHM is documentation of HazMats Name of equipment & machinery Location & Parts where used Approx. Quantity

7 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 7 Information Contained in IHM IHM Part II – Operationally generated wastes

8 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 8 Information Contained in IHM IHM Part III – Stores

9 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 9 Location Diagram of HazMats in IHM

10 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo Preparation of Ship Recycling Plan (SRP) 1. in cooperation with shipowner 2. IHM is the main source for preparation of SRP 3. in case more than one SRF is used, SRP should identify the SRFs to be used and specify the authorized recycling activities 2. Sale activities and contract negotiations (see also ISO-DIS ) Provision of information to SRF (IHM Part I, estimates on Part II & III, fire & safety plan, paint specification) 3. International Ready for Recycling Certificate (IRRC) IHM and SRP are mandatory parts recycling starts after obtaining the IRRC How IHM is used by the SRFs? * After ratificaction / entry into force possible *

11 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 11 Other Aspects to be Considered *Guideline under development, adoption by IMO estimated to take place at MEPC.62, July 2011 Ship Recycling Facilities: 1. SRFs accepts ships meeting the requirements of the Convention Certified IHM Part I to be on board IHM Part II & III (estimates when prior to arrival) 2. Safe & Environmentally sound HazMat Waste Management Authorization should specify HazMats to be handled HazMats detailed in the IHM should be identified, labelled, packaged, removed prior to cutting workers must be trained for the specific tasks

12 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 12 Other Aspects to be Considered 2. Safe & Environmentally sound HazMat Waste Management Waste management sites should be identified by the SRF HazMats to be sent to authorized waste management facilities

13 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 13 Initial Notification and Reporting ShipownerSRF Administration / Flag State Competent Authority IRRC initial notification Planned start date + copy IRRC * Final Survey Recycling starts SRP Approval 2 6 initial notification 3 1*: Notification includes; ships info, IHM, Draft SRP After entry into force of IMO Convention: Approval of SRP by a Competent Authority or Recognized Organisation (RO) of recycling state Notification of flag state / RO for final survey Final survey for issuing of International Ready for Recycling Certificate (IRRC) by flag state / RO

14 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 14 Reporting upon Completion SRF Administration / Flag State Competent Authority Statement of completion Statement of completion (copy) Recycling finish

15 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 15 Conclusions Recycling demand is high Recommendations from IMO Workshop in Thailand Contribution of shipowners for better recycling promised (IHM) voluntary preparation of SRP (use of IHMs) Benefits of IHM for SRFs Planning instead of reacting Use for assigning work to properly trained workers Increased safety level Not buying the cat in a bag" Act preventively for: being in line with own code of ethics Promotion of good practice and responsibility not becoming target of blame & shame game

16 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 16 Discussion What do you think the immediate consequence of the Convention will be for you?

17 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 17 Thank you for your attention! see:

18 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 18 Thank You!

19 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 19 Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) IHM Part I – Structure and Equipment

20 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 20 Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) Table A: Hazardous Materials (mandatory for all ships)

21 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 21 Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) Table B: Hazardous Materials (mandatory for new ships and new installations, voluntary for existing ships)

22 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 22 Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) Table C: Potentially Hazardous Items (to be listed in IHM Part II or III) 1) Definition of Garbage is identical with that of MARPOL Annex V. However, incinerator ash is classified separately because it may include hazardous substances or heavy metals.

23 2010, 15th JulyShip Recycling Technology & Knowledge Transfer Workshop / IZMIRNo. 23 Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) Table D: Exceptions (to be listed in IHM Part III)


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