MANUALS & PLANS ACCORDING TO STATUTORY REGULATIONS

New regulations and technical procedures are implemented for seagoing vessels and new buildings, in order to satisfy the statutory rules, such as IHM, Cyber Security, WBMP, Training manuals, Flag and class documentations.

The Inventory of Hazardous Materials service is provided in application of the requirements of the UE regulation on Ship Recycling (N°1257/2013) 30th December 2013. The verification of IHM, and the related laboratory testing activities.

The procedure to draft the IHM is: Collection and relevant assessment of necessary information, Preparation of visual/pick up sampling plan, Onboard visual inspection and pick-up sampling campaign, Preparation of Part I of the Inventory and related documentation and Preparation of Part II and III of the Inventory once the vessel will arrive at the recycling facility.

Maritime cyber risk refers to a measure of the extent to which a technology asset could be threatened by a potential circumstance or event, which may result in shipping-related operational, safety or security failures as a consequence of information or systems being corrupted, lost or compromised.

The overall goal is to support safe and secure shipping, which is operationally resilient to cyber risks.

According to the International Maritime Organization (IMO), maritime cyber risk refers to a measure of the extent to which a technology asset could be threatened by a potential circumstance or event, which may result in shipping-related operational, safety, or security failures as a consequence of information or systems being corrupted, lost or compromised. We can help to provide all the measure to be taken in order to avoid any attack or to stem it and keep you safe from related risks.

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