The Inventory of Hazardous Material (IHM): Maintenance | Marine training course

Get the knowledge of the regulatory framework for ship recycling and learn how to develop and maintain a Hazardous Materials Inventory

ihm-maintenance-trainingMaintenance of Part I of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM Part I) is a key requirement of the EU Ship Recycling Regulation. This course is developed specifically for the maintenance phase of the IHM Part I and targets the Designated Person as well as other personnel involved in the IHM maintenance duties.

The course includes an extended practical section with examples from onboard and ashore procedures that should be included in the life cycle management of IHM Part I. 

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Online course

Duration: 2 days

Price: EUR 600 (plus VAT, if applicable) 

Physical classroom at Greece's facilities

Duration: 2 days

Price: EUR 650 (plus VAT, if applicable)

This course has been developed to provide participants with basic knowledge of the status and main features of the regulatory framework for ship recycling (EU SRR and the IMO HKC), and with the necessary skills to perform the activities of development and maintenance of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM).

- Ship Recycling – Status and General Information (problem setting, market conditions, ship recycling methods)
- Ship Recycling Regulations & Application: IMO Hong Kong Convention (IMO HKC) EU Ship Recycling Regulation (EU SRR)
- Scope & Application of IHM: Part I, Part II Part III, New & Existing ships
- Best practice guidance on the development and maintenance of the IHM
- Surveys and Certificates
- Ship Recycling Inspections / Port State Control
- The IHM development process for New and Existing Ships
- The IHM submission package
- Vessel Sampling Checking Plan (VSCP)
- The IHM Part I maintenance activities
- Material Declaration and Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity

Professionals, engineers, managers and executives that are (or going to be engaged) in the compliance activities with the European Ship Recycling Regulation (SRR) and the Hong Kong Convention (HKC) of IMO.

RINA Attendance Certificate.