DNV GL webinar on EU Ship Recycling Regulation and IHM

Jan 16 2020


DNV GL is running a free webinar on Jan 23rd about EU Ship Recycling Regulation and IHM (Inventory Hazardous Materials) – how to prepare for compliance

Starting from 31 December 2020, ships above 500 GT and flying the flag of an EU/EEA member state, or third-party flagged vessels calling at European ports, must carry an Inventory Hazardous Materials (IHM) certificate on board.

 

IHM preparation of a vessel can be quite time-consuming, so our recommendation is to start the process as early as possible.

 

What you will gain in this complimentary webinar:

  • Regulatory background
  • IHM in more detail, incl. preparation timeline, class approval, certification and maintenance
  • Other practical recommendations to become IHM-compliant
  • A brief summary on ship recycling regulations
  • Q&A session

 

Your registration

You can choose between two sessions on 23 January:

09:00 - 10:00 or 16:00 - 17:00 (Central European Time).

 

Sign up for the webinar >>

 

This webinar is especially relevant for ship owners and managers, yards as well as manufacturers, but also other maritime industry stakeholders may benefit.

 

Your presenters will be Gerhard Aulbert, Head of Section EU Certification and Ship Recycling as well as Beyza Doyduk, Senior Ship Recycling Engineer, both from DNV GL – Maritime.


 

Sign up for webinar


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