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IMO Resolution MEPC 186(59) Vessel screening Quality assessment:

IMO Resolution MEPC 186(59) Vessel screening Quality assessment Stelios Perissakis Alexandros Glykas 3 rd March 2011

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IMO Resolution MEPC 186(59) Vessel screening Quality assessment:

IMO Resolution MEPC 186(59) Vessel screening Quality assessment Stelios Perissakis Alexandros Glykas 3 rd March 2011

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IMO Res. 186 (59) Ship to Ship Transfer (STS)

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IMO Res. 186 (59) RESOLUTION CONTENT approved STS plan qualified Person in Overall Advisory Control on board maintaining records for 3 years 48 hours notification of the coastal authorities within EEZ

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IMO Res. 186 (59) APPLICABILITY Oil tanker vessels > 150 GT Transfer of Oil Cargo btwn tankers Approved STS PLAN STS operations after 1 st April 2012

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IMO Res. 186 (59) EXCEPTIONS Bunkering operations Fixed or floating platforms, incl. Drilling Rigs, FPSOs and FSUs Emergency

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IMO Res. 186 (59) STS OPERATIONS PLAN prescribes “how to conduct“ STS procedures and policies may be part of existing SMS

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IMO Res. 186 (59) Why a new resolution? “For the prevention of marine pollution during oil transfer operations at sea”

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“STS has been proven over a significant period to be able to be conducted safely and without incident, where sound management is applied to all aspects of the operation.” (OCIMF / ICS BLG 10/15/XX, 20/1/2006) IMO Res. 186 (59) Why a new resolution? However

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IMO Res. 186 (59) Owners Point of View Are Owners Liable for the Safe Conduct of STS Operations and does the new resolution increase their exposure? STS PLAN Includes Procedures on HOW (IMO RES. 186/59) Ship Owners DECISION APPROVAL (Charter Party) QUALITY ASSESSMENT on STS Service providers ( OCIMF /ICS 2005 ed.)

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IMO Res. 186 (59) LIABILITY Charterer arrange the STS Operation Charterer also arranges for an STS Service Provider and POAC Chartered ship Is liable (as per ISM, STS Plan) to ensure safety

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IMO Res. 186 (59) Practical Facts & Constrains Charter Parties Commercial Interest (Charterer – Trader) Involved parties Weather conditions Available time for decisions CONSTRAINS

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IMO Res. 186 (59) Practical Facts & Constrains F1. SAFETY FIRST F2. THE SHIP HAS TO DISCHARGE HER CARGO FACTS

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