Ship Environmental Challenges| Marine training course

Get up-to-date with all the Environmental Challenges the Shipping Industry

 

Even though the marine transportation is the most cost-effective way of transportation of commodities, it still generates negative impacts on the marine environment, including air pollution; greenhouse gas emissions; releases of ballast water containing aquatic invasive species; historical use of antifoulants; oil and chemical spills; dry bulk cargo releases; garbage; underwater noise pollution etc.

Enroll to this course and get updated on all the Environmental Challenges the Shipping Industry is facing both during vessel’s sail and vessel’s stay at the port.

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

Online course

Duration: 1 day 

Price: EUR 300 (plus VAT, if applicable)

Physical classroom at Greece's facilities

Duration: 1 day

Price: EUR 330 (plus VAT, if applicable)

To provide participants with knowledge of environmental rules and to enable them to fill in the record books required by the rules.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to rewrite the EM procedures and ensure their implementation on board as well as in the shipping company.
- Overview of Marpol Requirements
- Presentation on identification and assessment of sources of marine and atmospheric pollution (Cargo oil - Cargo Chem, Bilge oil, Sewage, Grey water, Garbage, Exhaust gas, Refrigerants, Greenhouse gases, Volatile organic compounds, Ballast water)
- Key performance indicators (TMSA)
- Ballast water convention
- Ship recycling convention
- New environmental technologies
- Overview of other national and regional requirements
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 environmental protection and energy efficiency requirements and implementation. 
RINA Attendance Certificate