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June July 2022

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SIRE 2.0 – OCIMF explains how its new tanker inspection programme will prioritise risks, and combine technology with industry’s increasingly advanced understanding of the human factors

News from OCIMF – observations on reducing piracy in Gulf of Guinea; plans to address shore power and carbon capture, and engine power limitation; and SIRE 2.0 inspector training

Columbia Ship Management - COO Captain Leonid Zalenski on seafarer recruitment challengesand what SIRE 2.0 means for a shipping company

Seafarer mental health - three projects to help are the Mission to Seafarers’ Seafarers Happiness Survey, its WeCare programme, and OTG’s e-learning for mental health and wellbeing
 

DECARBONISATION 

Predictions of EU ETS costs, and alternatives to slow steaming for CII - from Mike Servos of Minerva

A charterer’s perspective - challenges getting standardised data from all your vessels - Risto Kariranta from Neste

 

SALVAGE 

33 years on from Exxon Valdez - two experts discuss how it has changed the industry, including requirements for emergency response services and double hulls


TECHNOLOGY

Port calls – S5 promotes a digitalised, manufacturing-style approach

Making it easy to manage your valves - a service from W&O Supply

Understanding chemical tanker cargo contamination - how previous cargo residues or water can contaminate a cargo, and the best way to reduce your risk of claims

 

BALLAST WATER TREATMENT 

Resolving ballast water problems - they are mainly caused by the system around the treatment, not the treatment itself

Could there be exemptions - for challenging (high sediment) water?

Regulatory changes, operations challenges - perspectives from ERMA FIRST

Why getting the right system is crucial - Ecochlor

BWTS supplier news - DESMI, Optimarin, De Nora and Techcross

 

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June July 2022

SIRE 2.0 - OCIMF and Columbia Ship Management perspective; seafarer mental health; EU ETS costs; 33 years after Exxon Valdez; resolving BWTS problems