Introduction to MARPOL | Online (live) marine training

Learn the latest regulatory requirements of MARPOL, OPA 90 and other IMO conventions for pollution prevention

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The International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) is the main international convention covering prevention of pollution of the marine environment by ships from operational or accidental causes.

Enroll to this course and update your knowledge of the latest regulatory requirements of MARPOL, OPA 90 and other IMO conventions for pollution prevention.

Our team remains available to provide you with any further information you may need. Contact us by writing to global.marinetraining@rina.org.

Duration: 1 day

Price: EUR 300,00 (plus VAT; if applicable) per attendee.

To provide an understanding and updating with the latest regulatory requirements of MARPOL, OPA 90 and other IMO conventions for pollution prevention. Understand and follow best management practices for Bilge Water Management and  Sludge  Management,  being  able  to  fill  up  Oil  Record  Book,  Garbage  Record  Book,  Garbage  Management  and  Volatile Organic Compounds Management plans. To understand emission control requirements in special areas (ECA and  other  areas),  energy  efficiency  requirements  (SEEMP  and  EEDI)  and  optimize  various  shipboard  operations  to  reduce carbon emissions and fuel consumption.
  1. Definitions, general obligations and requirements in MARPOL Convention, including last amendments
  2. Relevant Surveys and Certification for any Annexes
  3. Requirements of the Annex I of MARPOL (Oil Pollution): general requirements
  4. Management of bilge oily water, Oily Water Separator requirements, Oil filtering equipment, control of discharge of oil
  5. Oil Record Book, SOPE Plan
  6. Sludge management and requirements, Standard discharge Connection
  7. ODME
  8. Requirements of the Annex IV of MARPOL (Sewage Pollution)
  9. Management and discharge of sewage: systems and treatments
  10. Annexx IV Standard discharge Connection
  11. Requirements of the revised Annex V of MARPOL (Garbage): requirements for Garbage Management Plans, Placards and Record Books
  12. Management of cargo residues and washing waterDischarge of garbage within and outside Special Areas
  13. Garbage treatment equipment - use of incinerators - recycling
  14. Requirements of the Annex VI of MARPOL (Air Pollution): requirements for Ozone-depleting substances
  15. NOx emmissions from internal combustion engines, EIAPP and general requirements
  16. ECA, emission in Special areas
  17. Emission from Incenerators: management and relevant requirements
  18. Volatile Organic Compounds requirements
A  variety  of  professionals  in  the  maritime  industry,  including  maritime  companies  shore  personnel  and  crew,  naval  architects and marine engineers, PSC officers and inspectors, that need to be aware of the MARPOL requirements and implementation.