17 June 2012

Ship Recycling: 2-day course

24 September 2012 — 25 September 2012 Singapore

Key Learning Outcomes:

  • ·  Gain insights into the commercial factors shaping scrapping decisions and the decision behind when and where to recycle ships
  • ·  Identify the challenges and obligations by all stakeholders when a ship is to be recycled and develop an effective ship recycling plan
  • ·  Know the costs involved in ship recycling and be in a position to decide the best option for your business
  • ·   Ship scrapping agreements – what to look for
  • ·  Learn more about ‘green ship recycling’, assess its ‘sustainability’ both from commercial and social aspects, and know how your business can benefit from it
  • · Understand the cradle to grave approach of upcoming ship recycling legislation and identify the risks involved and how to handle them
Who should attend?

This course is intended for Marine Superintendents, Engineering and Technical Professionals, Operations, Commercial Directors, HSE experts and other professionals engaged in ship recycling decisions from the commercial shipping and offshore oil & gas sectors.

This course is especially relevant to:
·         Shipyards
·         Shipowners
·         Broker & Cash Buyer
·         Oil rig operators and owners
·         Ship Recyclers
·         Port State Control
·         Flag State Administrations
·         Classification Societies

International Course Director:

Henning Gramann is a well-known expert for all aspects of the Hong Kong Convention and ISO 30000. He is Technical Advisor for Ship Recycling at the International Maritime Organization. His vast experience in this relatively new topic ensures that in-depth knowledge is presented comprehensively and in a practical manner to allow all participants, from manufacturers to ship recyclers, to prepare themselves for today’s and upcoming challenges related to recycling of ships.

Source: IBC.

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