This course introduces the main requirements of the EU Ship Recycling regulations and includes all practical information on how an IHM should be prepared including the development of "Visual Sampling and Check Plan", the theory behind taking samples onboard and the preparation of required documentation.
Previous shipping or HazMat knowledge would be useful.
Who should attend:
Shipping enterprises involved in management of hazardous materials, maintenance and repair
Laboratories involved in testing and analyzing of hazardous materials
Duration: 2 days (approx. 12 hours online)
Due to the current circumstances this HazMat Training LITE is only available as an online training.
The LITE course outlines the rules and regulations in respect of ship recycling, including requirements for ship owners and documentation of hazardous materials for allowing safe ship dismantling activities. It covers the related Guidelines for the Development of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM). A HazMat Training LITE certificate of attendance will be awarded to all those who attend the 2 day course.
The course focuses on:
- Knowledge of relevant legislation
- IHM preparation for new buildings
- IHM preparation methodology for ships in operation
- Hazardous materials knowledge
- Theory of sampling
- How to get the samples analyzed
- IHM reporting and RO approval
- IHM maintenance
- DNV's IGS software tool for IHM preparation and maintenance.
Please note that any participants who wish to go on to obtain the Fully Approved HazMat Expert certification will need to take part in an individual IHM Job Supervision in addition to the LITE course. This is described below.
IHM Job Supervision
The Fully Approved HazMat Expert candidate will carry out a project while supervised remotely from A to Z by the trainer. The VSCP should be submitted by the candidate for pre-approval, and for the on board practice, remote support will be provided. In order to witness the candidates’s practices on board, video recordings while taking different samples will be requested.
Participants who complete the IHM Job Supervision successfully, and who pass an online exam, will receive a “Fully Approved HazMat Expert Certificate” provided by DNV’s EU Certification and Ship Recycling Unit. Validity: 3 years
The IHM Job Supervision is organised separately upon request on an individual basis. It will be charged in addition to the HazMat LITE course fee.
Estimated duration: 4-8 hours.
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